Reichenbach is currently in his third year as the head coach of the University of Maine Black Bears, seventh with the program. Prior to being name head coach, Reichenbach spent four years as an assistant coach of the Black Bears and recruiting coordinator the previous three years before serving as co-coach during the 2013-2014 campaign.
Under his guidance as head coach, the Black Bears reached fourth in the Hockey East standings, a mark previously unaccomplished. During his tenure, Reichenbach has coached three Hockey East All-Stars; Audra Richards (2013-2014), Kelsey MacSorley (2014-2015) and Meghann Treacy (2015-2016). In addition to performing on the ice, the Black Bears led all Hockey East programs as 20 of their 26 student-athletes were named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. Katy Massey (Waterville, Maine) and Brianne Kilgour (Hamilton, Ontario) were named two of Hockey East's Top Three Scholar-Athlete and named to the Hockey East Academic All-Star Team.
Reichenbach came to the University of Maine from Cortland State where he was responsible for recruiting and organizing team travel, practices and video breakdown. He also worked primarily with the Cortland State defense.
Reichenbach, a native of Baldwinsville, New York, is a 2006 graduate of Hamilton College in Clinton, New York. He played hockey and lacrosse for the continentals for four years and was coached by legendary coach Phil Grady while playing hockey at Hamilton. He captained the team his senior season. Following graduation, he played a year of professional hockey with the Richmond Renegades of the SPHL. Reichenbach worked as a hockey specialist and Bluestreak Sports Training in Stamford Connecticut where he trained numerous elite athletes who played in the NHL, Olympics, Division 1 and 3 hockey.
Reichenbach recently completed his master's degree in sports management from Cortland State.