Timia Reynolds joined PGC as a Basket Instructor while playing college basketball at Emmanuel College. Known as being a coach on the floor and a great teammate, Timia received the NCCAA Kathy Freese Award in her senior year of college, naming her the most outstanding Christian women’s basketball player for the NCCAA (Division 1).
Timia only played three seasons of High School basketball because of a torn ACL, yet she was still able to reach the 1,000 point mark in January of her senior year. Timia went on the play basketball at Emmanuel College where she led her team to 4 state tournament appearances.
Timia was recognized as an NCCAA All American, 2 years in a row, as well as NCCAA Scholar-Athlete.
After completing her college career and getting her diploma, Timia became the Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach at Emmanuel College where she helped coach the team to become regular-season conference co-champions and tournament champions (the first NCAA Division 2 Women’s basketball champions in school history).
Timia is truly inspired by the sport of basketball, how it’s built her character, and the opportunities it has provided her. Knowing how it has impacted her in all areas of her life inspires her to impact players and coaches every single day.
“Attitude keeps me going or cripples my progress.”
Timia holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Secondary Mathematics Education from Emmanuel College.
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