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Katie Reinprecht

Field Hockey

  • 2012
Hometown: Perkasie, Pa.
Current Residence: Lancaster, Pa.
Born: 1989
Joined National Team: 2009
Position: Midfield
Number: 14


In Reinprecht's first venture to the Olympics in 2012, the Perkasie, Pa. native didn't only have family support in the stadium, but on London's blue and pink pitch as well. Reinprecht competes for Team USA alongside her sister, Julia. Reinprecht. The adaptable midfielder was a crucial part of the red, white and blue's golden finish at the 2014 Champions Challenge and a member of the fourth place squad that impressed that globe at the 2014 Rabobank Hockey World Cup. 


  • 2015: Series against Argentina (Lancaster, Pa.), 8 Nations Tournament (5th, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand), World League Round 3 (5th, Valencia, Spain), Pan America Games (1st, Toronto, Canada)
  • 2014: Champions Challenge (1st, Glasgow, Scotland), Rabobank Hockey World Cup (4th, The Hague, Netherlands)
  • 2013: Four Nations (Auckland, New Zealand), World League Round 2 (1st, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), Pan American Cup (2nd, Mendoza, Argentina)
  • 2012: U.S. Olympic Team (12th, London, England)
  • 2011: Pan American Games Team (1st, Guadalajara, Mexico)... Champions Challenge I Team (2nd, Dublin, Ireland)... Took the 2011 season off with the Princeton Tigers to train full-time with the U.S. Women's National Team
  • 2010: AtaHolding World Cup Qualifier Team (2nd, Chula Vista, CA)... Named unanimous first-team All-Ivy and was a first-team All-America for the second straight season with the Princeton Tigers
  • 2009: Pan American Cup Team (2nd, Hamilton, Bermuda)... Junior World Cup Team (8th, Boston, Massachusetts)... Named a first-team All-America and nominee for the 2009 Honda Sports Award... Named Ivy League Player of the Year and a unanimous first-team All-Ivy... Selected to the NCAA All-Tournament Team... Selected to the National Team... Named Young Player of the Tournament at Women's National Championships
  • 2008: Pan American Junior Championships (1st, Mexico City, Mexico)... Selected the Ivy League Player of the Year... Named a second-team All-America by the NFHCA, a first-team All-Ivy and first-team all-region... Ranked No. 9 in the nation for points per game with the Tigers


High School: Mount Saint Joseph Academy '08
Club: Mystx Field Hockey
Futures: 2004-2007
College: Princeton University '13
Major: Sociology 
Names of parents/guardians: Tina and Jim
Names of sibling(s): Sarah and Julia 
Year you began field hockey: 2000


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