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Romeo Lagmay Jr.

Head Coach

Talladega College

HQ Phone: (256) 362-0206

Talladega College

627 West Battle Street

Talladega, Alabama 35160

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Women's Basketball Program

United States Collegiate Athletic Association

Head Women's Basketball Coach

Salem International University

Affiliations

Member
American Alliance for Health , Physical Education , Recreation and Dance

Member
Women's Basketball Coaches Association

Member
Black Coaches Association

Education

Associate of Arts degree
Liberal Studies

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TALLADEGA - Talladega College head coach Romeo Lagmay went home to California to sign two players for the 2011-2012 ...


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"All four games have been all nail-biters," said Talladega head coach Romeo Lagmay.

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"The only thing we focused on was payback," Lagmay said.
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Lagmay called a timeout, and what followed was an 8-0 run by the Lady Tornadoes.
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"That's basketball, it's a game of runs," Lagmay said.
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"When we came out of the timeout, I drew up a play and my post players missed their assignments," Lagmay said.
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"We just talked about Faulkner in the locker room, that's a rematch as well," Lagmay said.


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Coach Romeo Lagmay Jr. - All-time 'Winningest' Women's Basketball coach in Talladega College History Coach Romeo Lagmay Jr. - All-time 'Winningest' Women's Basketball coach in Talladega College History

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Coach Romeo Lagmay Jr. - All-time 'Winningest' Women's Basketball coach in Talladega College History
Coach Romeo Lagmay Jr. - All-time 'Winningest' Women's Basketball coach in Talladega College History
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Coach Lagmay immediately went to work, to lead the Lady Tornadoes into victory after victory. In just one season, Coach Lagmay led his team to garner 22 wins, breaking the College record of 21 wins in one season, under the former head coach Timothy Eatmon.
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Lagmay then won with his team the USCAA 2010 National Championship.
Recently, the Lady Tornadoes' team secured another landmark feat in the school's history for their head basketball coach. The Lady Tornadoes defeated Morris College of South Carolina in Tornado Alley. This victory gave Coach Romeo Lagmay the all-time honor of being the coach with the most wins for women's basketball in Talladega College's 145 year history.
Coach Lagmay achieved his 64 wins within 3½ seasons with the Lady Tornadoes. He broke the former school record where Larry McNeil, the current Jackson State University Head Women's Basketball Coach had 63 wins over six seasons.
After the win, Coach Lagmay remarked, "I am very thankful to my dear Lord Jesus Christ for blessing me with such accolades and allowing me to fulfill my athletic goals in my coaching career. I am also thankful for the TC administration, specifically President Billy C. Hawkins, Vice President Jacqueline Paddio, and former Athletic Director Matthew Cross, having the confidence to hire me and lead the way in returning prominence to the women's basketball program after nearly a decade of non-existence. I'm fortunate to have a support system from the TC family, the City of Talladega, and personal family, friends and mentors. Now being the All-Time Winningest Women's Basketball Coach in Talladega College history, I can't be more than thankful for my current and former coaching staff members and all of the players that contributed to the hard working process of becoming the best we all can be. All of these individuals make coaching easier, enjoyable, and overall fulfilling."
Coach Lagmay has spoken twice in the Alabama state capital in Montgomery in the House of Congress regarding his achievements, particularly for bringing honor to Alabama in women's basketball.
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In 2006, Lagmay was the Head Coach and General Manager of the International Basketball League of West Virginia Wild.
He was the head coach in the free agent division in the NBA Summer League from 2004-2008.
From 2006-2008, Lagmay was the Head Women's Basketball Coach at Salem International University in Salem, WV. At Salem, he was runner up Coach of the Year and also won the NCAA Division II's title as the Most Improved Team.
In 2008, he became the Head Women's Basketball Coach at Talladega College in Talladega, Alabama.
Proud (third-generation) Pinoy
Lagmay is a third generation Filipino. "My paternal grandparents, Numeriano Lagmay and Benita Quibilan,migrated to the USA in the early 1950's. My father's family is from Santa Maria, Ilocos Sur and my mother is half Italian and Spanish. I was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. I attended Fairfax High School for two years, then graduated from El Camino Real High School," narrated Coach Romeo.
After high school, Lagmay got his AA, Liberal Studies from the Feather River College (Quincy, CA); his BA, Physical Education from the California State University, Dominguez Hills (Carson, CA); and his MA, Counseling and Educational Psychology from the Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania.
In an exclusive interview with Asian Journal, Coach Lagmay said, "I've always wanted to be a coach since 11th grade. I was very passionate about the basketball game since the 4th grade. I played junior college basketball as a captain and a two-year starter at Feather River College in Northern California from 1993-95."
Lagmay admitted that God changed him dramatically from his early teen years. "In California where I was raised, I was involved in street life -gangs and other criminal activities. Fortunately, I became a born again Christian in 1985. I've been living great ever since," he said. "My parents and the rest of my family placed upon me moral values that led me to do more right things than wrong. God and family and true friends have helped shaped me to become the man and coach I am today," he added.
Coming from immigrant families has taught Coach Lagmay to be a survivor and overcome obstacles.
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When not busy coaching, Lagmay said he likes to cook; engage in different sports, such as weightlifting, surfing, and skateboarding; attend symphonies and travel.
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(photos courtesy of Romeo Lagmay Jr.)


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Coach Romeo Lagmay Jr. - All-time 'Winningest' Women's Basketball coach in Talladega College History Coach Romeo Lagmay Jr. - All-time 'Winningest' Women's Basketball coach in Talladega College History

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Coach Romeo Lagmay Jr. - All-time 'Winningest' Women's Basketball coach in Talladega College History
Coach Romeo Lagmay Jr. - All-time 'Winningest' Women's Basketball coach in Talladega College History
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Coach Lagmay immediately went to work, to lead the Lady Tornadoes into victory after victory. In just one season, Coach Lagmay led his team to garner 22 wins, breaking the College record of 21 wins in one season, under the former head coach Timothy Eatmon.
...
Lagmay then won with his team the USCAA 2010 National Championship.
Recently, the Lady Tornadoes' team secured another landmark feat in the school's history for their head basketball coach. The Lady Tornadoes defeated Morris College of South Carolina in Tornado Alley. This victory gave Coach Romeo Lagmay the all-time honor of being the coach with the most wins for women's basketball in Talladega College's 145 year history.
Coach Lagmay achieved his 64 wins within 3½ seasons with the Lady Tornadoes. He broke the former school record where Larry McNeil, the current Jackson State University Head Women's Basketball Coach had 63 wins over six seasons.
After the win, Coach Lagmay remarked, "I am very thankful to my dear Lord Jesus Christ for blessing me with such accolades and allowing me to fulfill my athletic goals in my coaching career. I am also thankful for the TC administration, specifically President Billy C. Hawkins, Vice President Jacqueline Paddio, and former Athletic Director Matthew Cross, having the confidence to hire me and lead the way in returning prominence to the women's basketball program after nearly a decade of non-existence. I'm fortunate to have a support system from the TC family, the City of Talladega, and personal family, friends and mentors. Now being the All-Time Winningest Women's Basketball Coach in Talladega College history, I can't be more than thankful for my current and former coaching staff members and all of the players that contributed to the hard working process of becoming the best we all can be. All of these individuals make coaching easier, enjoyable, and overall fulfilling."
Coach Lagmay has spoken twice in the Alabama state capital in Montgomery in the House of Congress regarding his achievements, particularly for bringing honor to Alabama in women's basketball.
...
In 2006, Lagmay was the Head Coach and General Manager of the International Basketball League of West Virginia Wild.
He was the head coach in the free agent division in the NBA Summer League from 2004-2008.
From 2006-2008, Lagmay was the Head Women's Basketball Coach at Salem International University in Salem, WV. At Salem, he was runner up Coach of the Year and also won the NCAA Division II's title as the Most Improved Team.
In 2008, he became the Head Women's Basketball Coach at Talladega College in Talladega, Alabama.
Proud (third-generation) Pinoy
Lagmay is a third generation Filipino. "My paternal grandparents, Numeriano Lagmay and Benita Quibilan,migrated to the USA in the early 1950's. My father's family is from Santa Maria, Ilocos Sur and my mother is half Italian and Spanish. I was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. I attended Fairfax High School for two years, then graduated from El Camino Real High School," narrated Coach Romeo.
After high school, Lagmay got his AA, Liberal Studies from the Feather River College (Quincy, CA); his BA, Physical Education from the California State University, Dominguez Hills (Carson, CA); and his MA, Counseling and Educational Psychology from the Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania.
In an exclusive interview with Asian Journal, Coach Lagmay said, "I've always wanted to be a coach since 11th grade. I was very passionate about the basketball game since the 4th grade. I played junior college basketball as a captain and a two-year starter at Feather River College in Northern California from 1993-95."
Lagmay admitted that God changed him dramatically from his early teen years. "In California where I was raised, I was involved in street life -gangs and other criminal activities. Fortunately, I became a born again Christian in 1985. I've been living great ever since," he said. "My parents and the rest of my family placed upon me moral values that led me to do more right things than wrong. God and family and true friends have helped shaped me to become the man and coach I am today," he added.
Coming from immigrant families has taught Coach Lagmay to be a survivor and overcome obstacles.
...
When not busy coaching, Lagmay said he likes to cook; engage in different sports, such as weightlifting, surfing, and skateboarding; attend symphonies and travel.
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(photos courtesy of Romeo Lagmay Jr.)


Coach Romeo Lagmay is now ...

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Coach Romeo Lagmay is now Talladega College's coach with the most wins for women's basketball.

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This game now ranks Coach Lagmay with 64 wins and 48 losses.
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Coach Lagmay achieved his 64 wins within 3½ seasons with the Lady Tornadoes.

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