She was at Columbus State for five years as a player, graduate assistant coach and last season as assistant coach. During this span, the Cougars were 109-38 with three straight trips to the NCAA Tournament, two Peach Belt conference tournament championships, and two regular season championships.
At Columbus State, Reid was director of guard development leading all guard drills, individual workouts, and shooting development workouts. She also was the recruiting coordinator, academic team advisor raising the overall team GPA to a 3.01. Reid also oversaw all strength and conditioning and off season player development in all her coaching years at Columbus State.
Reid played for Columbus State for two seasons after transferring from Gadsden State (Ala.) Community College. With the Cougars, she appeared in all 54 games, became a starting point guard and was seventh in the Peach Belt Conference in shooting percentage at 37.3 percent from beyond the arc, while also dishing out 92 assists during her time as a player at Columbus State University.
She graduated in 2014 from Columbus State with a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in health and physical education.