Men's Basketball

    Katin Reinhardt
    Katin  Reinhardt

    RS Junior

    Dana Point, Calif.

    High School:
    Mater Dei

    Last College:

    Height / Weight:
    6-6 / 220




    USC Drops Road Contest at Stanford, 84-64

    Bennie Boatwright had 11 points and five rebounds in the loss.


    USC's Home Streak Ends With Utah Loss, 80-69

    Other than the Trojans' top three scorers, USC could only muster 15 total points.


    USC downs Washington 98-88 behind Jovanovic's 28

    USC has its best record through 22 games since going 18-4 in 1992.


    Balanced Offense Carries USC to 81-71 Win Over Washington State

    Five Trojans scored double digit points in the win.


    No. 21 USC Falls On The Road To Oregon State, 85-70

    Elijah Stewart had 16 points and nine rebounds and Katin Reinhardt scored 14 points for the Trojans (15-5, 4-3


    Providence 70, USC 69 -NCAA Tournament

    Photos from No. 8 USC vs. No. 9 Providence in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on March 17, 2016.


    USC vs No. 12 Utah

    USC vs No. 12 Utah


    USC 81, Oregon State 69

    Photos from Oregon State @ USC on March 2, 2016.


    USC Falls to California, 87-65

    The Trojans lost for the fifth time in their last six games.


    Stanford 84, USC 64

    The Trojans fall to Stanford, on February 25, 2016.

    Katin Reinhardt In The News

    BREAKDOWN: Katin Reinhardt (KATE-inn RINE-hart), 6-foot-6, 220-pound redshirt junior guard provides the Trojans with a legitimate threat from three-point range and has the ability to score from anywhere on the court. He transferred to USC after playing the 2012-13 season at UNLV.

    2014-15: Reinhardt led USC in scoring with 12.5 points per game, while making 22 starts and appearing in 31 games. He also led the Trojans with 61 three-pointers made and in free throw percentage (.815). Reinhardt was third in assists with 54 and fourth in steals with 30. He averaged 15.2 points in his final 14 games, after averaging 10.3 points in his first 17 games. He finished tops on the team in scoring by leading or tying for game-high scoring honors nine times. He scored in double figures 20 times with a career-high 35 points vs. Colorado on Jan. 29, a 98-94 loss in triple overtime...Reinhardt made nine of 18 three-point attempts in that game to tie Anthony Pendleton's school record of nine three-pointers made on Dec. 9, 1987. Made 43.0 percent of his three-pointers (40-for-93) in the final 16 games. In Pac-12 play, he ranked seventh with 2.3 makes from beyond the arc per game and ninth with a 40.2 shooting percentage from three-point range. He scored 11 points in his Trojan debut vs. Portland State on Nov. 15. Led USC in scoring the next game with 19 points (7-for-7 from the FT line) vs. Tennessee Tech on Nov. 17. Dished out a season-high six assists and had 11 points vs. Utah State on Dec. 7. Came off the bench to score 14 points in 18 minutes in USC's win at Boston College on Dec. 21. Despite needing an IV due to the flu before the the game at Stanford on Feb. 8, he scored 19 points, while making five of seven three-pointers. Was also five of seven from long range to finish with 22 points at UCLA on March 4. Came off the bench to score 20 points in 20 minutes in USC's Pac-12 Tournament second-round loss to UCLA. Was the Bill Sharman Award winner for the top free throw percentage on the team.

    2013-14: Reinhardt sat out the season following his transfer from UNLV.

    2012-13: Reinhardt started 34 of UNLV's 35 games as a freshman, helping lead the Runnin' Rebels to a 25-10 record and into the NCAA Tournament. He was fourth on the team in scoring with a 10.1 average and was second on the team with 86 assists. Reinhardt led UNLV with 65 three-point baskets made. He led UNLV in scoring four times, with a season-best 21 points vs. Colorado State on March 15. He scored in double figures in 20 games. Was named to the 2013 Mountain West Championship All-Tournament team along with teammate and NBA No. 1 selection Anthony Bennett. He ranked second on the team in minutes played per game at 29.2 and was fourth in steals on the squad with 31. Was a sharp-shooter from the free throw line, hitting at a 89.2 clip (58-for-65). Fell a few attempts short of qualifying for UNLV's all-time single season list in free throw percentage or would have moved into second place on their list. Scored 14 points in his collegiate debut vs. Northern Arizona on Nov. 12...also added four assists. Had 16 games with three or more assists, with season-high seven vs. Hawai'i on Dec. 1. Had 10 games with three or more three-point baskets made. Knocked down a season-best four three-pointers five times, Nov. 23 vs. Oregon, Dec. 13 vs. La Verne, Dec. 29 at North Carolina, Feb. 9 vs. New Mexico and March 15 vs. Colorado State.

    HIGH SCHOOL: Reinhard averaged 21.0 points per game as a senior at prep powerhouse Mater Dei and helped lead the Monarchs to a 32-4 record and their second straight CIF Division I state championship game. Despite a thumb injury, he scored 30 points in the 66-48 state final win vs. Sheldon. As a junior he help lead Mater Dei to a 43-36 win over De LaSalle in the finals. The 76-64 Southern Section win over Centennial took place at the Galen Center. Reinhardt was named the 2012 Los Angeles Times Player of the Year and a USA Today third team All-American as a senior. His high school team lost a total of seven games in his four years and won 30 or more games each season. Reinhardt was the No. 38 overall recruit in the class of 2012 according to Rivals.

    PERSONAL: Katin was born on Aug. 21, 1993 in Laguna Beach, Calif. He is the son of Ernie and Sydney Reinhardt with three younger brothers, Cole (19), Brighton (17) and August (16). His father played football at Orange Coast College. Enjoys bowling and surfing. Reinhardt has several tatoos, but his favorite is the one on his wrist of the scripture verse Luke 2:11, which is the first scripture verse he ever memorized, "I learned that when I was five years old and it stuck with me. I felt as a Christian it was a good way to provide an opportunity to share what I believe in." Switched to his favorite No. 5 this season, after wearing No. 1 his first season with USC.