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McLean Reiter graduated from Seattle University in spring of 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies although he spent most of his college career studying Kinesiology. In 2005 he worked at Forward Motion Sports where he got first hand kinesiology experience while working with professional triathletes. From there he became a personal trainer and received his ACSM, AFAA, and APEX certifications. In July 2006 he was recognized as the number one trainer in all of 24 hour fitness and was promoted to assistant fitness manager. McLean is a very active person and has been playing soccer all his life. He started his college career at North Idaho College where he was named to the NWAACC all-star team, voted team MVP and finished his career with 17 goals and nine assists. The Cardinals allowed only five total goals in 2002 and lost only three matches during McLean's tenure at North Idaho College. McLean is also a member of the Seattle University Men’s soccer team. His presence on the field led the team to an elite-8 appearance.
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