Men's Basketball
    Guard Reinhardt Transfers To USC
    Katin Reinhardt
    Katin Reinhardt

    July 9, 2013

    LOS ANGELES -- Sophomore guard Katin Reinhardt has transferred to USC from UNLV, it was announced today (July 9) by Trojan men's basketball head coach Andy Enfield.

    "Katin is an exciting player that Trojan fans will enjoy watching," said Enfield. "It is great to have a native southern California player help elevate our USC basketball program. We are looking forward to Katin's continued development while he sits out this season."

    Reinhardt, a 6-5, 210-pound guard, played the 2012-13 season at UNLV where he helped lead the Runnin' Rebels to a 25-10 record and into the NCAA Tournament. Reinhardt started 34 of UNLV's 35 games and was fourth on the team in scoring with a 10.1 average. He led the team with 65 three-point baskets made and was second on the team with 86 assists. Reinhardt led UNLV in scoring four times, with a season-best 21 points vs. Colorado State on March 15.

    Reinhardt was named the 2012 Los Angeles Times Player of the Year and a USA Today third team All-American as a senior for prep powerhouse Mate Dei. His high school team lost a total of seven games in his four years and won 30 or more games each season. Reinhardt, from Dana Point, Calif., was the No. 38 overall recruit in the class of 2012 by Rivals.