Erinn Reed was a standout high school basketball player where the 5-foot-5 guard averaged 25.3 points-per-game over 91 varsity games. Her 2,306 career points rank her 11th all-time in Michigan history. She began her splendid cage career at Flint Northwestern where she scored 352 points her freshman year (1988-89) for a 16.8 p.p.g. average. She transferred to Saginaw High School where the sharp-shooter scored 491 points for a 21.4 average. Reed averaged 28.4 points her junior year when she scored 709 points – including 39 points against Grand Rapids Central. She capped her prep career by scoring 754 points her senior year for a 34.3 average. In a game against Midland High School, Reed scored 42 points, had 10 steals and seven rebounds. She was a four-time All-Saginaw Valley League performer and was named league MVP four times and her teams were a combined 88-6 in her four-year varsity career. Reed was on the Saginaw News Dream Team three years, named All-State four times, and was tabbed to both the Detroit News and Detroit Free Press Dream teams. She was a three-time Parade All-American, and the state’s Miss Basketball award winner in 1992. She was also on the Kodak All-American Dream team, the Gatorade Circle of Champions Midwest Player of the Year, as well as being named to the Street and Smith and USA Today All-American teams. Rated fifth among the Top 25 girls in the nation and the No. 1 guard, she played one year at the University of Iowa before finishing her college career at the University of Kansas. Her best season came in 1996-97 when she played in 31 games and scored a total of 66 points. She added 32 rebounds, 25 steals and 52 assists. Reed taught school for two years in Kansas City, Missouri, and coached a 14-and-under Police Athletic League team. She moved back to Michigan in 2002 and coached the Oakland Sun’s 14-and-under team. Reed then coached girls’ basketball and track and field at Ecorse High School for a number of years. She is the daughter of Norwaine Reed, who was inducted into the Saginaw County Sports Hall of Fame in 2008, becoming the first father/daughter hall of fame combo.