2012: Named to the Big South All-Conference Second-Team … 2012 NCCSIA Men's Soccer University All-State Second-Team selection...Played in and started all 20 matches for GWU in the defensive midfield … Totaled 1843 minutes of the season … Recorded two goals on the year, both of which were game-winning goals … Posted the game-winning goal in the 1-0 win over VMI and in the 1-0 win at UNC Asheville … Also registered one assist on the season … Totaled 27 shots, putting 11 shots on goal … Recorded a .407 shots on goal percentage on the season … Was key in GWU’s shutouts at Longwood, at Liberty, versus VMI, at UNC Asheville and against Presbyterian … Played 90 minutes or more in 17 different matches … Played all 110 minutes in the two double overtime draws with Longwood and Liberty … Also played all 109 minutes in the loss at #23 High Point, all 106 minutes in the win over Appalachian State and all 101 minutes in the loss at Winthrop.
2011: Named to the Big South All-Conference First-Team ... Also earned a spot on the 2011 Big South Men's Soccer Championship All-Tournament Team ... Was named to the NCCSIA 2011 University Division Men's Soccer All-State Team ... Played in and started all 21 matches for the Runnin' Bulldogs ... Totaled 1851 minutes on the pitch for the year ... Was a key cog in GWU's nine wins and seven shutouts, leading the defense all season long ... Played every single minute of 17 matches, including playing 100 minutes or more in five matches on the year ... Totaled two goals on the year, accounting for a goal in GWU's 3-0 win over Brevard College and a goal in the Runnin' Bulldogs' 2-0 win over High Point ... Both goals were game-winning goals ... Recorded an assist in the Runnin' Bulldogs' 2-1 win at VMI ... Put eight shots on goal for the year and posted a .421 shots on goal percentage for the season ... Tabbed the Big South Men's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week on October 25th ... Earned a spot on the 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll.
2010: Played in and started all 19 matches in the defensive backline for GWU ... Named to the 2010 Big South All-Conference First-Team ... Logged 1704 minutes on the year ... Posted two goals and four points for the season ... Had one game-winning goal on the year ... Fired off 23 shots on the year, putting 11 shots on goal ... Recorded a .478 shots on goal percentage ... The defensive leader for GWU that helped the Runnin' Bulldogs post seven shutouts and eight wins on the year ...Played 90 minutes or more in 17 matches ... Was vital in GWU's shutouts over Mercer, USC Upstate, UNC Asheville, VMI, Liberty, Presbyterian College and No. 6 Winthrop ... Scored the game-winning goal in the 2-0 win at Liberty ... Also had a goal in the loss to Lipscomb ... Posted a season-high five shots in the win over VMI ... Played all 90 minutes in the 2-0 win over No. 6 Winthrop in the quarterfinals of the 2010 Big South Men's Soccer Championship tournament ... Also totaled 90 minutes in the loss to No. 2 Coastal Carolina in the postseason conference tournament semifinals ... Earned a spot on the 2010-11 Big South Presidential Honor Roll.
2009: Named to the Second-Team All-Big South ... Started and saw minutes in 14 matches for GWU ... Totaled 1312 minutes on the season ... Was a staple in the defensive backline for the Runnin' Bulldogs all season long ... Had one goal and two assists on the year ... Totaled four points on the season ... Put eight shots on goal for a shots on goal percentage of 53.3 percent ... Fired off 15 shots on the year ... Played every minute of 13 matches this season for Coach Setzer's squad ... A physical defender that helped lead GWU to three shutouts on the season and a 1.75 goals against average ... Scored a goal in the 2-2 regular season tie with Winthrop ... Picked up an assist in the 5-2 home win over Georgia Southern ... Also recorded an assist in the 2-1 conference home win versus Liberty ... Earned a spot on the 2009-10 Big South Presidential Honor Roll.
High School/Club: Played for IK Start in the second division, the third highest level in Norway ... Was the player of the year in 2006 ... Was on the team that won the Norwegian Cub for U-19 ... Also on the team that won the Ruban Cup ... Helped guide his team to the quarterfinals of the Norway Cup, one of the biggest cups in the world ... Attended Gimle Vidergaende Skole for high school.
Personal: Born Jon Ole Reinhardsen on November 7, 1988 in Aalesund, Norway ... Son of Suen Jale and Ingridd Hogetreit Reinhardsen ... Has two younger siblings ... Majoring in Business Administration.