Daniels named Head Women’s Basketball Coach at FDU-Florham

Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) and Director of Athletics Jenn Noon has announced the hiring of Reggie Daniels as the next head coach for the FDU-Florham women’s basketball program. Daniels joins the Devils staff after serving as an assistant coach for the Stevenson University women’s basketball team from 2019-21.
“Reggie is very familiar with the Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) and certainly understands the necessity of building the program back to where it should be,” said Noon. “Reggie has been mentored by some great coaches and I am confident Reggie has a very bright future as our new Head Women’s Basketball Coach.  I’m glad he’s taking his head coaching first steps with us and I am excited to see his vision in action.”
During his time at Stevenson, Daniels helped the Mustangs to 20 wins and to appearances in the semifinal round of both the MAC Commonwealth and Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Tournaments.
Prior to his arrival at Stevenson, Daniels spent two seasons as a graduate assistant with the women’s basketball program at fellow MAC Commonwealth member Hood College. With the Blazers, Daniels assisted in all areas, including recruiting, game video breakdown and game planning, travel logistics and social media. 
“I am grateful, humbled, and blessed for this opportunity to coach women’s basketball at FDU-Florham. The rich history of this program speaks for itself, and I look forward to continuing that on and off the floor,” said Daniels. “I want to thank Jenn Noon for believing I was the right person to lead this program and I want to thank the entire Devils community for embracing me and welcoming me with open arms. I can’t wait to get started with the team and represent the name on the front of the jersey on the court, classroom and in the community. I am so excited to lead the student-athletes of this team to be the best young women they can be.”
Daniels played at Hood from 2011-15, helping to lead the Blazers to 67 victories over a four-year span.  He ranks second in program history with 136 blocks and also ranks seventh in career rebounds (44) and his 105 career games played are second in program history.


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