April 22, 2020

Jeff Reep, Director of Career Services, had a great career playing basketball at Cedarville. The 1978 graduate was named a most valuable player for Yellow Jacket basketball, and is the fifth-leading scorer in school history.  

After graduation, Jeff had a 22-year career coaching basketball. He was associate head coach at New Mexico State University for seven years when the Lobos had five-straight appearances in the NCAA “March Madness” Division 1 basketball tournament and a trip to the Sweet 16.

He came back to Cedarville to lead the men’s basketball program from 1995 to 2000, earning National Christian College Athletic Association Regional Coach of the Year honors twice.

For all of Jeff’s on-the-court success, it’s his role coaching students to careers where they can glorify God that gives him the most satisfaction. Jeff loves making a difference in the lives of students and has used many of his coaching strategies from basketball to help students discern and follow God’s plan for their postgraduation lives. Jeff is a career coach.

Jeff was named staff member of the year in 2008 and was inducted into Cedarville University’s Athletes of Honor in 2010.

The Career Services office at Cedarville, which Jeff leads, offers career advice and strategies to soon-to-be graduates and alumni.


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