Jeremy Reigle
Title: Head Coach
Phone: 815-394-3737

Jeremy Reigle is entering his first season as the head men's basketball coach at Rockford University. Reigle has spent the last 12 years in the basketball coaching ranks, including nine years as the head coach at Presentation College, one year as an assistant at Rockford University and two years as an assistant at William Penn University.

During his nine seasons with the Saints, Reigle amassed over 100 wins and became the program's all-time winningest coach. While at Presentation, Reigle coached 16 all-conference players, including a defensive player of the year, the only three NAIA All-Americans in school history, 32 NSAA Scholar-Athletes and five Daktronics Scholar-Athletes. This past year, Reigle led the Saints to their best season in school history. Coach Reigle guided Presentation to its first ever regular season conference championship and a program record 11-3 mark in conference play. The Saints finished the year with a 21-10 overall record, which was the most wins in a single season in program history. In addition, Presentation spent six consecutive weeks in the 2018-19 NAIA Division II Men's Basketball National Poll. Coach Reigle was rewarded for his efforts by being named the 2018-19 NSAA Coach of the Year. 

Prior to Presentation, Reigle was an assistant coach at Rockford University for the 2009-10 season. The Regents went 14-12 that year and qualified for the NACC Tournament for the second consecutive season. Despite only being at Rockford for one season, Reigle left an imprint on the program, as he was responsible for both recruiting and coaching one of the top players in the program's history, Robert Malone. Malone scored over 1,000 points, earned all-region status, was twice named all-conference and is still the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference's career leader in points per game (22.6), despite playing just the final two years of his career as a Regent. 

Before coming to Rockford, Reigle began his coaching career at William Penn University, where he spent two seasons as an assistant coach. The Statesmen went 50-16 during Reigle's two years on staff and were ranked as high as #2 in the NAIA national poll. 

Reigle graduated from William Penn University in 2008 with a bachelor's degree in History and Government.