Bridgette Reyes

Bridgette  Reyes

Position:
Assistant Coach

Years at LMUr:
1st Season

Alma Mater:
Vanguard '10


12/10/2016

WBB | LMU vs. Long Beach St.

Non-conference action from Gersten Pavilion on Dec. 10, 2016

11/25/2016

WBB | LMU vs. UC Irvine

Non-conference action from Gersten Pavilion in 19th annual LMU Thanksgiving Classic on Nov. 25, 2016

10/03/2016

MBB | Start of 2016-17 Season

Photos from the opening weekend of the 2016-17 basketball season

Bridgette Reyes, a former NAIA Co-Player of the Year, and most recently the head coach Bishop Montgomery High School in Torrance, Calif., joins the LMU coaching staff beginning in the summer of 2016.

"I've followed Bridgette's career since she was a player and have seen her grow and develop into a fantastic coach," said LMU Head Coach Charity Elliott. "She has played and coached for one of the best coaches in the country in Russ Davis, and has done an amazing job at Bishop Montgomery. She has two CIF titles under her belt and is now ready to make the move back to collegiate coaching."

At Bishop Montgomery, Reyes was responsible for all aspects of the program including planning, recruiting, coaching and managing. She was twice named the CIF Division 4AA Southern Section Coach of the Year, led two teams to the CIF Division 4AA Southern Section Championship, made two State quarterfinalist appearances and coached two CIF 4AA Players of the Year. She has also coached four First Team All-Del Rey League selections and four First Team All-CIF 4AA selections.

"Bridgette is a very competitive, high energy young coach and I can't wait for our players to get to know her," Elliott added. "She's going to do a great job here at LMU and will undoubtedly make an immediate impact on our program."

Prior to taking over the Bishop Montgomery program, Reyes spent the 2012-13 season on the coaching staff at Cal State Dominguez Hills, assisting in all aspects of the program including on-floor coaching, scouting, recruitment and evaluation of prospective student-athletes and equipment procurement.

She spent the 2011-12 season back on the bench at her alma mater, serving on the women's basketball staff at Vanguard University.

Reyes began her collegiate playing career at Boise State for the 2006-07 season, helping the Broncos to the 2007 Western Athletic Conference regular-season and tournament championships, as well as a trip to the NCAA Tournament. She spent the final three seasons of her career at Vanguard where she was named the NAIA Co-Player of the Year as a senior in 2010. She was also named a 2010 NAIA First Team All-American, 2010 Golden State Athletic Conference Player of the Year, 2010 Vanguard University Female Athlete of the Year 2010 Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce Les Miller Outstanding Student-Athlete, 2009 All-GSAC and 2009 NAIA Honorable Mention All-American.

She led the Lions to the 2008 NAIA Division I National Title while also winning the 2009 and 2010 GSAC Championships and reaching the NAIA Division I quarterfinals each of those seasons.

Reyes earned her bachelor of arts degree in business administration from Vanguard in 2010 and went on to earn her master's degree in coaching and athletic administration from Concordia University (Irvine, CA) in 2012.

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