Reggie Pantophlet


Head Coach 15 Black

Pantophlet brings a wealth of coaching experience at several levels of amateur volleyball, spanning 14 years. He began at the high school level, spending a combined seven years and Whippany Park High School and Dover High School in New Jersey.

Pantophlet moved on to Ramapo College, a NCAA Division III program, where he served as head coach for five seasons (1998-2002). During his stint with the Road Runners, Pantophlet guided his squad to three undefeated conference runs, capturing three conference championships. He also earned a Coach of the Year (2000) honor along the way.

Pantophlet then spent one year as head coach at nearby Division II program Pace University, directing his squad to a fifth place regular season finish in the Northeast-10 Conference (NE-10) and a spot in the NE-10 Conference Tournament. He also served as an assistant at Division II Dominican College in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC).

During his career, Pantophlet has also coached at the club level, working with the Junior Olympics for eight years. In 2008, he began his own 18 and under program that competes in the Garden Empire Volleyball Association.

Coach Pantophlet is not only an experienced coach, but knows the rules from the officials stand.  He has been a certified GEVA official for many years.  He has traveled as far north as New England, and even South to Baltimore to take part in big tournaments as a referee.  His officiating has been on both the junior and adult circuit.

Pantophlet, a native of Curacao, Netherlands Antilles, is an avid club volleyball player himself, competing for  seven years on the hard court, beach circuit and grass. He is also a certified personal trainer.

Pantophlet is a 1991 graduate of East Stroudsburg University. He earned a Bachelor's of Science in Physical Education with a concentration in adult fitness. He and his wife have two children, a daughter Lilliane (10) and a son Mason (7).

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