Riehl is a team captain and been a team leader in a number of outside activities during his career.
2018 Season (Sr.): Recorded one goal and three ground balls in the season opener win against Jacksonville (Feb. 17) ... Secured four ground balls and forced a turnover in the matchup against Robert Morris (March 10) ... Grabbed two ground ball at Michigan (March 17) ... Got off two shots and caused a turnover against No. 15 Georgetown (3/24) ... Netted a goal and grabbed three ground balls versus No. 8 Villanova (3/31) ... Added an assist and two ground balls to his stat line against St. John's (4/7) ... Secured five ground balls while causing a pair of turnovers with a shot to go against Providence (Apr. 14).
2015 Season (Fr.): Saw action in 15 games as a true freshman as a defensive midfielder ... Made collegiate debut in season-opening 10-9 win at No. 18/16 Lehigh (Feb. 7) ... Recorded six ground balls on the year and posted one shot ... Credited with a caused turnover against No. 6 Duke (April 18).
Prior to Marquette: Two-year letter winner at Gonzaga College High School where he totaled over 100 groundballs as a faceoff specialist ... Captained the Eagles his senior year to a WCAC championship ... Also led them to a No. 7 national ranking and a No. 2 ranking in the Washington Post ... Riehl was named first-team All-WCAC and won the Captains Award, the Moheler Award, the Coaches Award, and the Perseverance Award ... Played AAU lax with Blackwolf and Madlax ... While playing with the U-15 FCA National Team and the FCA National High School Team he won two different championships ... Also wrestled in high school.
Personal: Born December 24, 1995 ... Son of Maureen and Scott Riehl ... Has one brother, Aidan ... His father, Scott, played soccer at Hartwick College ... Riehl's cousin Kaleigh, played on the 2014 & 2017 US Women's U20 World Cup team and is currently a member of the US Women's U23 team ... He graduated Gonzaga High School as an AP Scholar with honors.
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