2000: Reti earned many honors during his seven-goal, 19 point senior season. He combined academics and athletics to earn a first team Academic All-American mention from the NSCAA. He was also named to the second team All-Great Lakes region and was a first team All-C-USA selection. Reti led Marquette to a title in the Santa Clara adidas Classic tournament title, earning MVP honors. He was also a two-time C-USA Player-of-the-Week selection.
2000: A first- team All-Conference USA selection, Reti scored just three times but had a team-high eight assists on the year, the fourth best total in C-USA. His 14 point total was also the second best for any MU player. The 2000 season marked the third straight year that Reti held the team lead in assists. His career total of 19 assists has him on the verge of joining the Marquette top five all-time in assists. Reti time at forward was reduced when compared to 1999, but he became a valuable offensive midfielder. Reti scored a goal or an assist in nine of the 19 matches. He recorded a goal and an assist in two matches in 2000, performing that feat against Wis.-Green Bay (Oct. 10) and DePaul (Nov. 1). In both instances, Reti scored the game winning goal.
1999: Reti became a spark plug for the Golden Eagle offense, earning an All C-USA first team honor. He led Marquette with seven assists and was second on the team with 17 points and five goals. He made the effective transition to outside midfield for a majority of the season. He had his first collegiate two-goal game against South Florida (Oct. 23). Reti tallied three game-winning goals, including a pair of overtime game-winners against Wis.-Milwaukee (Sept. 15) and Cincinnati (Oct. 16).
1998: A C-USA All-Freshman team selection, Reti started all 21 matches and finished among the league leaders with a team-leading 44 shots. He was second on the team with 12 points on four goals and team-high-tying four assists. He scored first collegiate goal against Saint Louis (Sept. 25) on acrobatic jumping shot.
At Brookfield East: Named the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel All-Area Player of the Year, Reti?s senior campaign saw him score 31 goals and added 21 assists. He set a new school single-season record and led state of Wisconsin with 31 goals. He also ed his squad to a Wisconsin Division I state championship. An all-conference, all-district, all-state and team MVP as a senior, Reti was also an all-conference and all-district as a junior and a sophomore. A four-year letter winner, Reti wa also a six-year member of the Region II Olympic Development Program. He was a member of the ODP National Team in 1995 and in the National Pool in 1996-97 . Reti was the leading scorer for Fox River Rebels club team and was an honor roll member.
Personal: Born January 21, 1980, Reti is the son of Cheryll and Dale Reti. He has one younger brother. Reti holds degrees in criminology and legal studies and continued his career with the Milwaukee Rampage of the A-League.