Basketball (W) - Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Jeff Reis
Jeff Reis begins his first season as Head Coach, after spending the past three seasons as an Assistant Coach on the Lindenwood – Belleville women’s basketball staff.
Assistant Coach: Annie Ewing
After serving as Head Coach for three seasons, Ewing will move to an Assistant Coach position, while resuming her duties as the Assistant Director of Athletics.
During her first season as head coach in 2010-11, Ewing led the team to a 7-22 record after playing one of the most difficult schedules of any team at Lindenwood - Belleville. In 2011-12, Ewing led the Lady Lynx to a 16-18 overall record and its first trip to the USCAA National Tournament. The squad combined for four All-American and All-Academic honors.
Prior to her time at LU - Belleville, Ewing was the head coach at MacMurray College, an NCAA Division III school in Jacksonville, Ill., where she held the same position. In her first season at MacMurray, Ewing doubled the program’s wins from the previous season and won more conference games than the year before. In her second season, she doubled the roster size from seven to 14 players, bringing in nine new players including several freshmen who contributed extensively to the program.
Ewing previously coached freshman and varsity basketball at Ursuline Academy and Lutheran South High School in St. Louis, MO. In addition, Ewing has coached abroad for the past three years including stops in Ireland, Austria, Italy, Curacao, and the Czech Republic. Ewing has coached outstanding athletes abroad including Kara Hawkins, recipient of the Joy Kingsley-Ibeh Collegiate Female Student Athlete Award, Division II Kentucky Weselyn’s Katie Behrens and Lauren Goffinet, two-time Academic All-Great Lakes Valley Conference honorees, as well as Texas A & M Kingsville’s, Dyana Bullinger, who was named one of the top three-point shooters in the Lone Star Conference.
Prior to assuming coaching responsibilities at MacMurray, Ewing was as an associate attorney at Kozeney and McCubbin, LC, in St. Louis, Mo. She advised clients on Missouri, Nebraska and Kansas legal matters involving real estate law, foreclosures, evictions, and bankruptcy.
Ewing graduated from the University of Dayton in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology, and she earned her J.D. (Certificate in Health Law) from Saint Louis University School of Law. She was admitted to the Missouri Bar in 2006 and the Nebraska Bar and Kansas Bar in 2008.
Coach Ewing can be reached at (618)239-6037 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assistant Coach: Krystal Gundy
Coach Gundy enters her first season as Assistant Coach with the Lady Lynx this year after serving as a graduate assistant coach the past two season.
Coach Gundy can be reached via email at email@example.com.
Graduate Assistant Coach: Brianna Gonzalez
Coach Gonzalez enters her first season with the Lady Lynx, joining the coaching staff as a graduate assistant.