Meg Reitz enters her sixth season as assistant coach with the field hockey team in 2018. Also part of Geneseo’s Department of Residence Life as Coordinator of Residential Education, she also teaches in Geneseo's Department of Geological Sciences.
Reitz graduated from Oberlin College in 2006 with a degree in geology and minored in history. A member of the field hockey, women's basketball and women's lacrosse teams, she served as captain for all three during a standout senior year.
A second-team All-America midfielder, her field hockey career also included being named first-team all-region and first-team all-conference on three occasions during a career that included leading the squad to their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance as a senior. Also a two-time all-conference pick in lacrosse, she was named the John N. Sterns Scholar-Athlete Award winner prior to graduation.
She went on to add two master's degrees in structural geology and tectonic geomorphology from Columbia University and is currently working to finish her doctorate from Columbia.