|Hometown:||Oak Park, Calif.|
|High School:||Oaks Christian|
Returning for this third season with the Tigers, Reardon recorded 24 steals, 25 assists, and 25 earned ejections in 28 games. In January of 2011, Reardon was recognized as a Pacific Scholar Athlete.
Reardon concluded his sophomore season with 14 goals, 27 steals, and 18 assists while appearing in 25 games for Pacific. He scored a season-high two goals against Occidental on Sept. 12.
Reardon appeared in all 30 games for the Orange and Black in his first season, scoring eight goals. He finished the season with 40 attempts, 23 assists, and 16 steals.
Reardon graduated from Oaks Christian High School in Westlake Village, Calif., where he was an eight-time letter winner in both water polo and swimming. Named captain of both the water polo and swim teams his senior year, Reardon proved to be a valuable asset in the water for the Lions. He received First Team All-Tri Valley League honors in addition to being named league MVP. He was awarded All-CIF Second and Third Team honors, as well. He was named MVP of his team in addition to numerous other awards, including being named to the High School All-America squad. Stellar out of the pool as well, Reardon was named to the Dean's List for his academic achievements five times in his high school career.
Reardon is the son of Steve Reardon and Laura Russello, and has four siblings: younger brothers Ryan and Jonathan, and younger sisters Allison and Whitney. In his fourth year at Pacific, he is majoring in sport sciences.