Reiter promoted at National Development Program
PLYMOUTH, Mich. – USA Hockey recently announced that University of Alaska Anchorage alum Kevin Reiter has been named director of player personnel for its National Team Development Program located at USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth, Michigan.
Reiter has spent the last four seasons as USA Hockey’s national goaltending coach, which includes oversight of the Warren Strelow Goaltending Mentor Program in addition to coaching the goaltenders at the NTDP.
The Pittsburgh native has served on the coaching staff at four International Ice Hockey Federation Under-18 Men’s World Championships, helping guide Team USA to gold medals in 2014, 2015 and 2017 and a bronze medal in 2016.
In his new role, Reiter will lead efforts on evaluation and recruiting efforts for the NTDP as well as planning and executing the annual NTDP Evaluation Camp.
Reiter played four seasons (2000-04) for the Seawolves before embarking on a seven-year professional career (2004-11). He was named the International Hockey League Goalie of the Year in 2008 after leading the Fort Wayne Komets to the Turner Cup championship.