Coach Reed has previously served as an assistant basketball coach at Sterling College for nine years where he helped lead the Warriors to an overall record of 230-55 while compiling an 81 percent winning percentage.
During that time Sterling College won:
3 KCAC Regular Season Titles
4 KCAC Tournament Titles
6 trips to the NAIA Division II national tournament
3 "Sweet Sixteen" appearances
2 "Elite Eight" appearances
1 "Final Four" appearance
Also ranked #1 NAIA Division II National Poll - First Time in School History
Prior to serving as a full time assistant coach, Reed spent four years as a student assistant at Sterling College where the Warriors compiled a 78 percent winning percentage and an overall record of 89-25 over that stretch.
During his time as a student assistant the Warriors won:
2 KCAC Regular Season Titles - Including the First Time in School History
Won the NAIA District 10 Title - First Time in School History
2 trips to the NAIA Division II national tournament
1 "Sweet Sixteen" appearance
Other Coaching Experience:
Head Men's Tennis Coach - Sterling College, Sterling, KS (4 years)
Head Women's Tennis Coach - Sterling College, Sterling, KS (2 years)
Assistant Men's Tennis Coach - Sterling High School, Sterling, KS (4 years)
Assistant Women's Tennis Coach - Sterling High School, Sterling, KS (4 years)
Assistant Girl's Basketball Coach - Sterling Junior High School, Sterling, KS (1 year)
Worked at the following basketball camps:
Roy Williams' Jayhawk Camp - University of Kansas
Nolan Richardson's Razorback Camp - University of Arkansas
Marian Washington's Lady Jayhawk Camp - University of Kansas
Stan Kellner's "Yes I Can" Camp - Emporia State University
Lonnie Kruse's Lady Warrior Basketball Camp - Sterling College
Bachelor of Science - Sterling College, Sterling, KS - Major - Health and Physical Education, Minor - History & Government
Master of Education - Wichita State University, Wichita, KS - Major - Sport Administration
Children, Son - Tristan (8), Daughters - Makenna (6) and Maren (3)
I want to have fun and enjoy everything we do as a team. Being a part of a team is a special experience and I want to enjoy every moment by working hard, having high expectations for our team and myself and enjoying the individual personalities of every member of our team. I want to be successful on the court but I also want our players to grow as people and grow closer to Christ as well.
What is special about athletics at Tabor:
Tabor is a decidedly Christian institution which provides its students with great opportunities to grow academically, athletically and spiritually. The athletic department seeks to stimulate Christian growth through providing excellent programs that promote growth. I love having the ability to integrate my faith into my profession.
How do you integrate faith into coaching:
There are many ways we will implement our faith but some simple examples include: weekly devotions, prayer before and after practice, small group bible studies led by team members, various service projects, by competing hard and simultaneously respecting our opponents and officials, loving and supporting team members and using the talents and abilities God has given us to represent His Kingdom.
Phone: 620-947-3121 ext. 1309
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