“Megan and Chloe have remained close to me and the program as they developed their coaching careers so I am thrilled that they have rejoined the IU women’s soccer team,” Lyon said in a press release. “They are both extremely talented, knowledgeable about the game and full of personality, which will blend into the program very nicely.”
Reinhardt was a goalkeeper from 2005-07 and helped the Hoosiers reach the NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen in 2007, her final season. In 2011, she served as goalkeeper coach at the University of Indianapolis.
A native of Indianapolis, Reinhardt graduated from IU in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in telecommunications.
“It is truly an honor to have the opportunity to return to my alma mater as a member of the staff,” Reinhardt said in the release. “I am looking forward to working with Coach Lyon and Coach (Chloe) McKay as we continue to build on a program already steeped in tradition. I am thrilled to be a Hoosier once again.”
Mckay, a midfielder, finished her four year career with the Hoosiers (2007-10) with 16 assists, good for third-most in program history. As a freshman on the 2007 Sweet Sixteen team,she recorded a team high six assists and was named to the SoccerBuzz Great Lakes Region All-Freshman Team.
For her career, McKay appeared in 78 games to rank in the top 10 all-time at IU and received Academic All-Big Ten honors.
During 2011, McKay served as a student assistant coach for the Hoosiers while completing her degree as a fitness specialist with a minor in psychology.
“I would like to thank Coach Lyon for this great opportunity to continue my involvement with Indiana women’s soccer,” McKay said. “I was blessed to be a part of this program for four years as a player and now I am excited to have a chance to be able to give back to the program as part of the coaching staff.”
-- Joe Popely
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