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Coaching Jul 03, 2019

Xavier men’s soccer tabs Kevin Reiman as associate head coach

CINCINNATI – Xavier men’s soccer coach Andy Fleming has announced the promotion of Kevin Reiman to associate head coach. Reiman joined the Musketeers in 2017 as an assistant coach.

“With four former assistants now as head coaches, our past few staffs have moved thru the ranks very quickly with shorts stays here,” said Fleming. “Being able to finally promote from within and have some continuity is exciting and the reception from our returning players and recruits has been tremendous as evidenced by our team’s vibe this past spring.

“With myself being 10 years in (at Xavier), this is how I always envisioned our coaching totem pole panning out and I think in many ways this is a milestone for any sustainable program.”

Reiman joined the Musketeers in 2017 as an assistant coach and added the title of recruiting coordinator in the summer of 2018. He helped the Musketeers haul in the No. 8 recruiting class for 2019 by

During his time on the sidelines, Reiman has helped the Musketeers post a 17-13-9 (9-8-1 BIG EAST) record and advance to the BIG EAST Tournament in each season. Xavier has also posted a 3-3-2 record against top-25 opponents during that stretch.

Reiman has helped coach eight players to All-BIG EAST honors, including a pair of first-team selections. He also helped coach Cory Brown (2018 MLS SuperDraft Selection – 62nd Overall Pick) and Matt Vasquenza (2017 CoSIDA Academic All-American).

In both seasons at Xavier, the Musketeers were ranked in the top-25 of the United Soccer Coaches Poll/Top Drawer Soccer Poll/College Soccer News Poll.

Off the field, the Musketeers earned the USCAA Team Academic Award for the ninth consecutive year in the spring of 2019. The team posted a 3.50 team grade point average in the spring of 2019.

The Yorktown, N.Y., native has assistant coaching stops at Seattle Pacific (2013-16) and Army (2011-12).

Reiman played at Maryland for two seasons (2004-05) – helping the Terrapins to the 2005 NCAA Championship – before finishing his career at Michigan State (2006-07). He played professionally for Real Salt Lake (MLS).

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