|High School:||Nathan Hale|
Columbia's Reiser is a sight to be seen (ESPN.com, October 6, 2008)
2008: Became first Columbia women’s soccer player to be named All-American by Soccer Buzz (fourth team) … named Northeast Region’s Player of the Year by online magazine … Ivy League Player of the Year ... first team All-Ivy League for second straight season … also first Lion to earn first team National Soccer Coaches Association of America Scholar All-America honors … started all 17 matches ... registered career-high 12 goals, 11 assists and 35 points, each of which ranked first on the team … tied for Ivy League-lead in goals and ranked second in assists … ranked 10th in NCAA in points per game at 2.06 … closed season on 13-match point scoring streak … tied single-game Columbia record with three assists in victory over Long Island … named Ivy League Player of the Week on two occasions (10/13 & 10/27) … recorded first career hat trick in 3-1 win over Dartmouth … also added five game-winning goals.
2007: Outstanding sophomore season ... one of the Ivy League’s top midfielders ... first team All-Ivy League ... posted a team-high 17 points on four goals and nine assists ... tied for the Ivy League’s top spot in assists ... tied for fifth in the league in points ... named Ivy League Player of the Week on Sept. 10 after totaling a goal and three assists in two wins against Miami (Ohio) and Fairleigh Dickinson ... started all 17 matches ... scored twice in Columbia’s 4-0 shutout of Iona ... penalty-kick specialist put home lone PK of the season against Penn.
2006: Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week after having a hand in all three goals in Columbia’s 3-2 win vs. Princeton on Oct. 14 ... scored first goal and assisted on two second-half scores ... second on the team in points (10) with three goals and four assists ... scored first collegiate goal in a 2-0 shutout against LIU ... appeared in all 18 games of the season, starting 13 times.
Nathan Hale High: First team all-state in 2005 ... played on Washington ODP team with former Lion Allison Leonard ... three-time first team all-metro ... Metro League player of the year in 2005 ... totaled 22 goals and nine assists as a senior ... club team was state finalist in 2006.
Personal: Enjoys photography ... has coached youth soccer in off-season ... class valedictorian ... great-grandfather, Honorable Thomas Ellsworth Martin, graduated from Columbia in 1928 ... political science and visual arts major.