Bill Reagan named Assistant Director For Instruction, Family Programs and Special Events in Office of Recreational Sports
Reagan was former head football coach at St. Joseph’s College and offensive coordinator at Ashland University.

Sept. 9, 2002

Notre Dame, Ind. – Bill Reagan has been named the Assistant Director for Instruction, Family Programs and Special Events in the Office of Recreational Sports. Reagan served as the football administrator at Notre Dame during the 2001-02 school year.

Prior to coming to Notre Dame, Reagan spent five years as the offensive coordinator at Ashland (Ohio) University. He also was the head football coach for 10 years at St. Joseph’s (Ind.) College.

In addition to serving as offensive coordinator at Ashland, he coached the team’s quarterbacks and receivers and worked as one of the school’s strength and conditioning coaches and compliance officer.

Reagan helped Ashland to the co-championship of the 1997 Midwest Intercollegiate Football Conference as well as an NCAA Division II playoff berth. The Eagles also were ranked as high as 12th in the national poll and were among the national leaders in total offense.

Reagan spent 13 years overall at St. Joseph’s serving initially as defensive coordinator and director of intramural athletics and for the final 10 as head football coach, while continuing his duties as director of intramural athletics.

A native of Lorain, Ohio, he earned his undergraduate degree from St. Joseph’s in 1974 in health and physical education and received a master’s degree in physical education and health from Eastern Michigan in 1980.

Born Feb. 21, 1952, Reagan and his wife Elizabeth are the parents of three children – Courtney, Kevin and Patrick.