I’m the pitching coach/recruiting coordinator for the Eagles baseball team and have been the Sports Information Director for Hinds Community College since last summer. I thought I would use this space to tell you something about myself – and how a guy from the north got to Mississippi.
In the first two seasons as head women’s basketball coach at Hinds Community College's Utica Campus, Tomekia Reed has made a tremendous impact on the women’s basketball program. In the prior eight years before Reed, the women’s basketball program had only won four total games. In Reed’s first two seasons, she has already accumulated 31 wins including 21 wins last season and led Hinds to its first ever appearance in the regional championship in 2017. Below is inside look into Tomekia Reed and her up-and-coming program.
I recently interviewed a Hinds student-athlete alumnus in hopes to get in-depth look of what it is like being both a student and an athlete at Hinds Community College. Ethan Daily graduated from Hinds this past May and is moving on to continue his education and baseball career as a left-handed pitcher at the University of Arkansas-Little Rock. Here’s what he had to say.