Director of Men’s Basketball Operations Reggie Kohn has resigned from his position, citing personal reasons, according to a press release.
Kohn was in the midst of his first season with the Bulls after signing with USF on May 17, 2006. His resignation is effective immediately.
“We regret that Reggie has decided to terminate his employment,” coach Robert McCullum said. “We respect the personal reasons for which the decision was made. It’s always more difficult when you lose one of your own.”
Kohn played four seasons at USF and is the all-time career assist leader and the Bulls career three-point field goal leader with 252 shots made from behind the arc. The former point guard is one of 16 players in USF history to score 1,000 career points.
McCullum felt Kohn’s presence would bring a positive influence to his alma mater and is disappointed to see him leave.
“We thank Reggie for the contributions he made during his short tenure and wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors,” McCullum added.
– Staff Report