Aubrey Reese is no stranger to the game of basketball. Over the past 25+ years, the game has been a major part of his life. Born and raised in Auburn, AL, Reese fell in love with the sport at a young age. He excelled in the basketball youth leagues, junior high and throughout high school.
Reese was an all-state, all-area player of the year for a basketball team that was state runner-up in 1996.
After a standout high school career, Reese signed a basketball scholarship to attend Murray State University. During his time playing college basketball, Reese became a three-time Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) regular season champion, two-time OVC tournament champion, two-time first team all OVC, 1999 OVC Tournament Most Valuable Player and 2000 OVC player of the year.
After college, Reese continued on to play basketball professionally for 15 years in the United States and internationally.
In 2015, Reese retired from his professional basketball career. He went back to his alma mater to finish his bachelor’s degree in Health and Exercise studies and to coach men’s and women’s basketball.
The same amount of love and respect he had playing basketball, he transferred right over into coaching and teaching kids the right way this beautiful game should be played. Always aspiring to inspire, Reese knows how to take players to their individual elite.
His hard work and commitment come with a passion only few can rival.