Reggie Tinch attended Connors State College for two seasons where he led the Cowboys to a 59-5 record and a National Junior College Athletic Association National Championship in 1995.
Following graduation from CSC, he attended the University of Georgia, where he played two seasons and was named to the Southeastern Conference All-SEC Defensive team. He then was the No. 1 draft pick of the CBA’s Lacrosse Catbirds.
When his basketball career was over, Tinch returned to Dougherty County School System in Georgia where he coached both basketball and football at his alma mater, Westover High School, for two seasons.
Tinch then moved to Atlanta and was employed by the city’s Parks and Recreation Division, coaching the Atlanta Celtics AAU team. During his 12-year stint, Tinch guided the No. 1 AAU basketball program to several national championships.
Tinch has been employed by AT&T for 15 years. During this time, he founded Dream Sports of America. He is also an ordained minister and is currently leading Champions for Christ Ministries in Riverdale, Ga.
He is married to Ulanda. They have three daughters: Jamecca, Regia and Rhyan.
Connors State College’s Athletics Department recently held a golf tournament to raise funds for the school’s athletic scholarships. Eighteen teams participated raising more than $6,000. “We have put on this tournament for the past three years,” said Athletic Director Bill … read more
Connors State College was saddened by the passing of freshman Sherrell McHenry, 19, on May 2, 2014. A member of the Cowgirl basketball team, her enthusiasm, constant smile and quick wit were an encouragement to her teammates. “McHenry was one … read more
Dr. Janet Barresi and Joy Hofmeister were in Muskogee on May 27 for a Republican candidates’ forum, fielding questions from a moderator and other members of the community. Barresi, of Oklahoma City, has been Oklahoma State Superintendent of Public Instruction … read more
Connors State College celebrated the graduation of 40 new nurses this May in a pinning ceremony held May 9, 2014 on the Warner campus. Graduates were pinned by a family member or friend of their choice and given the opportunity … read more
Connors State College recently conferred 364 degrees for the 2013/2014 academic year, the most degrees in recent history. “We are very proud of our students,” said CSC Registrar Kwanna King. “They have worked hard and have met all of the … read more
Dillon Burns, Uncle Lucius and Cody Canada & The Departed were the three official entertainers who performed at the Connors State College third annual Black Sunset Concert Series on Friday, May 2, at the Connors State College Warner Campus. Along … read more
In an effort to encourage environmental changes to better the planet, Connors State College hosted an Earth Day Celebration on April 23, 2014 at the Three Rivers Port Campus. Earth Day marks what many consider the birthday of the national … read more
The Health and Wellness Center celebrated its Warner location with a ribbon cutting May 19 on the Connors State College Campus. While located on campus, the clinic is open to the public. “This is a great thing for our campus … read more
A pre-Depression-era Muskogee skyscraper, which most recently served as a satellite campus for Connors State College, attracted the interest of Mark Larson, the registered agent of East End Village, a limited liability company. Melissa Milburn, director of real estate and … read more