Reggie Terry – Manager
First Season with Grays
The DC Grays are proud to welcome Reggie Terry as our new manager for the 2015. Reggie takes over for Arlan Freeman, who managed the Grays for three years – starting in the Grays’ 2012 inaugural season in the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League.
Reggie is a veteran of the Ripken League, having spent three seasons as an Assistant Coach for the Bethesda Big Train. He attended Norfolk State University in Norfolk, VA and he played in every game as an outfielder from 1991 through 1995. During his college playing career, he achieved various honors – Freshman of the Year, Sophomore of Year, Tournament MVPs, First Team selections, All-Region, and All-State. He was also selected as the Player of the Year with the Joe Echols Award. At the time of graduation, Terry led the Spartans in 12 of 15 career offensive hitting categories. After hitting 17 home runs during his senior season at Norfolk State, he was signed by the Texas Rangers organization. Unfortunately, his playing career was cut short due to severe leg injury.
Reggie is currently an assistant baseball coach at Woodbridge High School in Woodbridge, Virginia. He has helped lead the Vikings to an overall record of 107-54 since joining their staff as an assistant coach.
Reggie and his wife, Mikki’, live in Woodbridge, Virginia along with their two sons Tre’ and William.
Coach Williams has over sixteen years of professional baseball experience playing in the Baltimore Orioles, LA Dodgers, and SF Giants organizations. He has captured Most Valuable Player, Most Popular, Topps Player of the Month, and Batting Champion Awards while playing Pro baseball.
William’s professional playing days has also seen extensive time abroad in the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Panama, Venezuela, Puerto Rico and the Chunichi Dragons in Japan where he played in the Japan World Series.
Coach Williams participated in Major League Baseball Envoy Program Provided detail baseball instructions to coaches and players in China in June of 2004. During the summer 2003, he also participated in the Major League Baseball Envoy Program and provided detail baseball instruction to coaches and players in Germany.
From 1999 to 2002, he was Head Coach at Howard University where the baseball program was cut as a varsity sport at the University after the 2002 season. He is presently Associate Coach at Prince George’s Community College where he has served as head/associate-coach since 2003.
A native Washingtonian, he attended Eastern Senior High School and grew up a fungos hit distance from Gallaudet University in Washington, DC.
Andrew Smith – Assistant Coach
Born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Alexandria, VA. Attended St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes School (Alexandria) and received Varsity letters in football, basketball, and baseball. In 2003 as a junior, won school’s Pitcher of the Year award with a 2.23 ERA and as a shortstop received the Gold Glove for best defensive player.
In 2004 as a senior was named first team all-IAC and second team all-state of Virginia as a shortstop/pitcher on a team that reached the state semifinals and featured Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Michael Schwimer. Attended the University of South Carolina, majoring in journalism.
Has worked in public/government relations in Washington, D.C., as a private contractor in Alexandria, covered sports for the Alexandria Times, and currently lives in Alexandria and works as a free-lance writer. Coaching career… Returned to St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes for the 2007 season as a Varsity assistant coach. Joined Hayfield Secondary School’s coaching staff in 2011 as a Varsity pitching coach/ass’t coach and currently holds that position.