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Lindsay Reynolds enters her third season as the assistant women’s basketball coach at Capital University.A Roanoke, Va., native, Reynolds is in charge of film exchange and works primarily with the development of the team’s post players while assisting coach Dixie Jeffers with recruiting, scouting and a variety of administrative tasks. Reynolds was involved in many different facets of the women’s basketball program at Virginia Wesleyan, where she was an assistant coach for two years. In addition to serving as recruiting coordinator, Reynolds worked on post player development and film exchange, and assisted with the preparation and execution of scouting reports and film breakdowns. Her dedication helped the Marlins compile a combined 35-20 record and an appearance in the ODAC Tournament championship game in 2010.Prior to her time at VWC, Reynolds was a graduate assistant at Virginia Tech for two seasons, where she organized film exchange, prepared recruiting correspondence and scouting reports and served as assistant camp director. She was a part of the Hokies’ run to the WNIT second round in 2007.A four-year letterwinner at Roanoke College, Reynolds paced the Maroons in assists, 3-point percentage and 3-pointers made during her sophomore season, and still ranks among Roanoke’s all-time leaders in both categories.She graduated from Roanoke in 2006 with a bachelor’s in health and human performance, exercise and sport management. Reynolds earned her master’s in education, health promotion and sport performance from Virginia Tech in 2008.Reynolds also serves as the head women’s golf coach at Capital. She currently resides in Groveport, Ohio.
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