(Georgia Southwestern State, 2003)
Tomekia Reed begins her second sea- son with the Lady Eagle Basketball
program. Her responsibilities include
all aspects of recruiting, assisting in all
aspects of the Lady Eagle basketball
camps, on-the-floor coaching working
primarily with the post players in skill
development, scouting opponents and film
breakdown, as well as community rela-
tions and service and assisting in the men-
Reed at a Glance
Hometown: Jackson, Miss.
High School: Murray High School
Southern Miss, 2010-present
Jackson State, 2005-07
South Georgia Technical College, 2003-05
Georgia Southwestern State (2001-03)
Hinds Community College (2000-01)
Southern Miss (1999-2000)
Tournament First Team All-American (2002-03)
MJCAA First Team (2000-01)
championship and made an appearance in
the NCAA Tournament.
Reed, a native of Jackson, Miss., began
her coaching career at South Georgia
Technical College, where she served as
assistant women’s basketball coach for
three seasons. She signed two of Georgia’s
top athletes and one of Mississippi’s finest
Dandy Dozen players.
Reed received an Associate Degree in
Sports Medicine from Hinds Community
College after transferring from Southern
Miss following her freshman season. She
then, attended Georgia Southwestern State
University where she earned a Bachelor’s
Degree in exercise science from GSSU.
A former player, Reed was named most
valuable player, led the team in scoring
and rebounding while at Hinds. She was
second in the conference in scoring and
first in the conference in rebounding. Reed
was named MJCAA first-team for her effort.
While at Southern Miss, Reed received
the coach’s award, was named most
improved player and helped the team make
it to the WNIT versus Georgia Tech in the
At Georgia Southwestern State she led
the team in scoring and was named team
most valuable player.
Reed is a member of Delta Sigma Theta
Sorority Inc. and is the daughter of John
and Cazinova Reed.