The sophomore is coming off back-to-back singlehanded national titles
Eagles coach talks about ICSA Singlehanded victory by Reineke
Eagles sophomore wins second consecutive title.
Racing will begin at 11 a.m. on Friday
Won the ICSA National Women's Singlehanded Championship on Nov. 10 in Rhode Island. She is now the two-time reigning champion.
Won the NEISA Women's Singlehanded Conferance Championship, qualifying her for the National Competition ... Was one of three finalist for the Sailor of the Year Award ... Named an All-American skipper ... Helped the women's team placed fourth at the ICSA Sperry Top-Sider National Championship in St. Petersburg, Florida. Reineka, Molly Clarke and Elizabeth Barnard scored 105 points racing in the B Division in the regatta ... Helped the Coed Team place fifth at the Gill Coed National Regatta in St. Petersburg, Florida...Earned NEISA Rookie of the Year honors ... Named to the NEISA All-Conference first team ... Sailed in the B Division with teammate Elizabeth Barnard and notched 21 points to help the women's team win the NEISA Women's Championship and Reed Trophy Regatta ... Was a member of the team that helped BC place second at the Friis & Marchiando Trophies.
Saint Thomas Aquinas Varisty Sailing Team Captain ... 2010 and 2011 Sailing Laser Radial World Champion ... 2012 Under-21 World Champion.
Born November 4, 1993.. Parents are Fred and Sharon Reineke, has a younger sister Sophia... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences as a Environmental Studies Major.