Reggie Corbin Athletics
Hometown: Beaumont, Texas
Alma Mater: Concordia University, Nebraska
Reggie Corbin completed his seventh season on the Concordia University football staff in 2017. He was promoted to a full-time role prior to the start of the 2018 season. His title is now assistant football coach (pass game coordinator/quarterbacks coach).
During Corbin’s seven years as an assistant at Concordia, he has coached quarterbacks, running backs and receivers at various times. He has worked with recent Bulldog stars such as Trey Barnes, Bryce Collins and Jared Garcia. An all-time great receiver, Garcia owns program career records for receiving yards and receiving touchdowns. Collins finished his career ranked No. 2 in school history in rushing yards. Meanwhile, Barnes wound up becoming an All-American on the defensive side of the ball.
Corbin has also coached at the high school level, making stops at Raymond Central High School (2005-08 and 2010) as defensive coordinator and position coach and Maui High School (2009-10) as quarterbacks coach. He has also worked camps at the University of Nebraska and at the University of Wyoming. Corbin’s career has also included work as an adjunct professor at Concordia (2015-17).
A two-sport athlete, Corbin played for head coach Courtney Meyer’s football squads from 2002-05 and for head coach Grant Schmidt’s basketball teams from 2004-07. Corbin was a member of the 2004-05 men’s basketball team that holds the school record for wins in a season (32) and advanced to the NAIA Division II national championship game. In his final season on the gridiron, Corbin passed for six touchdowns and ran for six more.
Corbin graduated from Concordia with a bachelor of arts degree in exercise science with a coaching endorsement. He earned a master’s in public health from Concordia and a masters in coaching education from Ohio University (May 2015).
Reggie and his wife Anuhea reside in Seward with their children Aeva, Reggie III and Overton.