2009: Missouri Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 19)...started 18 games as goalkeeper on the season...recorded a career-high nine wins and seven shutouts...the seven shutouts ranks third at Illinois State for most shutouts in a season, while the nine wins ranks seventh at ISU for most wins in a season...eclipsed her career-high in saves with 44 on the season...recorded an overall 1.07 goals against average on season, while leading the Valley in goals against average in conference games with 0.55...contributed to a Redbird defense that posted an overall 1.23 goals against average and eight shutouts including the MVC Tournament Championship game, leading the Redbirds to their first NCAA Tournament appearance in six years ...the eight shutouts ties for third place for most shutouts in program history.
2008: All-Valley Honorable Mention selection ... All-Valley Freshman Team selection ... appeared in 12 games with 11 starts ... recorded a 0.80 goals against average, .763 save percentage and an 8-3-1 record ... made 29 saves ... posted six shutouts, tied for the fourth-most in ISU history and the most by a Redbird freshman ... three-time Brine/MVC Defensive Player of the Week (10/7, 10/28, 11/3) ... made her first-career appearance in the second half against Western Illinois (9/19) ... recorded a shutout with two saves in her first-career start against Butler (9/21) ... led the Valley with five shutouts and a 0.67 goals against average in conference play ... allowed just four goals over the final eight games of the season ... made a career-high eight saves in a shutout win over Creighton (10/4).
Prior to ISU: Four-year letterwinner and three-year starter at South Side High School ...helped the Cyclones to four-consecutive New York State Class A titles (2004-07) ... team was 21-0 and ranked No. 1 in the nation in 2007 ... played midfield as a sophomore and junior, earning all-conference honors in 2006 ... moved to goalkeeper as a senior, earning team MVP and all-state recognition after allowing just seven goals all season ... participated in the New York State Olympic Development Program (ODP) (2002-03) and Regional ODP (2002) ... Super Y-League National Pool participant (2004-06) ... played club soccer with the Rockville Center Royals.
Personal: Sasha Helen Reiber ... born February 22, 1990 ... daughter of Barry Reiber and Jill Anderson Reiber ... major is undeclared.