Men's Basketball Staff
Reco Dawson, Men's Head Basketball Coach
Reco Dawson enters his fourth season at the helm of the Titans men's basketball program, and his 12th year of coaching basketball at the collegiate level. In his career, Dawson has coached 18 Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association (GCAA) First and Second Team All-Conference players, one GCAA Player of the Year, two National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-Americans, one NJCAA All-Tournament player, one GCAA Defensive Player of the Year, two Georgia Basketball Coaches Association (GABCA) selections, and one GABCA Newcomer of the Year.
Coach Dawson led the Titans to their first GCAA playoff appearance during the 2012-13 season, and their first GCAA playoff win in 2014. In his second season as head coach, Dawson guided the Titans to a second place finish in the conference championship, which earned them a zone qualifying bid the NJCAA National Tournament.
Dawson is a graduate of Georgia Southwestern State University, earning both a bachelor's degree in Education and a Master of Business Administration. He is married to Jennifer Dawson, and they have two sons, Brandon and Jalen. Coach Dawson and his family reside in Warner Robins.
Byron Mincey, Men's Assistant Basketball Coach
Byron Mincey was named the assistant coach for men's basketball in September 2015. Mincey joins Central Georgia Technical College after spending four years with the men's basketball program at the College of Coastal Georgia (CCG).
Coach Mincey's career at CCG began as a student manager prior to his transition to the role of student assistant coach. During his tenure, Mincey was responsible for multiple facets of the men's basketball program including sports information, basketball operations, equipment management, and team scouting.
Under former Head Coach Gerald Cox and current Coach Jesse Watkins, Mincey helped coach two 1,000 point scorers in Kentorey Johnson and Reggie Burke.
A graduate of the College of Coastal Georgia, Mincey has a Bachelor of Science in Public Affairs with a concentration in Public Management. Coach Mincey currently resides in Macon.