Reggie Greenwood took over as the Coordinator of Men's Basketball Officials for both the Ivy League and Patriot League beginning with the 2009-10 season, replacing Mickey Crowley, who retired following the 2008-09 season with more than 50 years of involvement with college basketball officiating. In May 2011, Greenwood was named Coordinator of Officials for the Atlantic 10 Conference to add to his duties with the Ivy and Patriot Leagues.
As Coordinator of Officials, Greenwood has experience as a speaker, clinician and instructor at numerous officials' camps, including the Ivy and Patriot League, Big East, Time Out and NBA Top 100 gatherings. He has worked as an evaluator for invitation only trial camps for several Division I conferences. He was selected to observe and evaluate officials during the 2010 NCAA Tournament First and Second Rounds in New Orleans and the 2011 NCAA Tournament Second and Third Rounds in Chicago.
Greenwood had nearly 30 years of on-court officiating experience, with a majority of those seasons working at the NCAA Division I level. He officiated for nine Division I conferences, including the Ivy League, Patriot League, Atlantic 10 Conference, Atlantic Coast Conference, Big East Conference and Big Ten Conference.
Greenwood also had extensive experience working NCAA and
conference championships. He officiated the Final Four in 2005,
worked in the Sweet 16 or Elite Eight eight times over a 12-year
span and served as an official in the first and second rounds of
the NCAA Tournament 12 years in a row. His conference tournament
resume included 12 consecutive seasons officiating in the Patriot
League and Atlantic 10 tournaments, including eight consecutive
seasons of working in the A-10 semifinals or the championship game.
Greenwood also worked the Big East Tournament every year from
Prior to becoming an official, Greenwood worked in the United States Department of Labor since 1987. He also worked four years as an Air Traffic Controller for The FAA at Dulles Airport and six years in The Air Force as an Air Traffic Controller and Fuels Specialist. Greenwood retired from the Federal Government in 2009 after 32 years of outstanding service.