Coaching Staff

Roy "Bogie" Boggess, Head Coach

Coach Roy “Bogie” Boggess will be entering his third season as the Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Garrett College. In his first season, Coach Bogie helped guide the Lady Lakers to one of the best records in school history along with an NJCAA Region XX Runner-up title. Under Coach Bogie the Lady Lakers are 32-23 (.58) and have produced multiple All-MD JUCO and All-Region players, as well, as an NJCAA All-American. Coach Bogie has not only motivated his players to achieve success on the court but academically the Lady Lakers have enjoyed success by winning the highest GPA award in the Spring 2014 semester and have also produced back to back Female Scholar Athletes of The Year.

In 2010, Coach Roy “Bogie” Boggess started working as the Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach at Garrett College under 30 year Hall of Fame Head Coach, Dennis Gibson, who has an impressive 547-289 winning record. Coach Bogie was promoted to Associate Head Coach in the fall 2011 before accepting the position of Head Women’s Basketball Coach in December of 2012. Boggess brings exceptional coaching and player development experience to the Garrett Lakers program. His teams are known for their up-tempo style of play and tough full court pressing defense. Players who have been successful in Coach Bogie’s program are very often fundamentally sound, well-conditioned, and mentally tough.  Coach Bogie is very active in the success of his players and has helped various players to move on and play at the collegiate and pro levels.

Coach Bogie played at Concord College before transferring to West Virginia University. While at WVU, Coach Bogie worked with the women’s basketball team while also practicing with the men’s Sweet 16 team of 1998. After college, Coach Bogie would eventually join former American University standout, Nate Smith, to start the Nate Smith Basketball School in Morgantown, WV. As the Director of Operations/Player Development Specialist, Coach Bogie had the opportunity to train former WVU mountaineers who have played under Coach John Beilein at the University of Michigan and current women’s basketball coach, Mike Carey. During his time with the Nate Smith Basketball School, Coach Bogie also spent time in the summer volunteering as a player development specialist at the world renowned IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL.

Coach Bogie has created a strong recruiting system with coaches across the country due in part to his successes as the Founder and Director of Operations for the WV Ruckus Elite travel basketball and player development program. Under Coach Bogie’s leadership the WV Ruckus Elite travel basketball program grew quickly and became one of the largest boys and girls basketball organizations in the state of West Virginia. With Ruckus, Coach Bogie has won over 400 games including seven 30 win seasons and over 40 regional championships. His long list of players has moved on to play at Division I, Division II, Division III, and Junior College programs.

Coach Boggess is a 1995 graduate of Webster County High School located in Upperglade, WV. As a senior, Coach Boggess led his team in assists, steals, and was second in scoring. He was awarded as Best Defensive player at West Virginia’s Top 100 Camp. After high school, Coach Boggess attended Concord College. In the spring of 1998 he transferred to West Virginia University. Coach Boggess earned his Bachelor’s Degree in 2001 from WVU and graduated with honors in April of 2012 with his Masters in Sports Management from American Public University.

As a player, Coach Boggess spent his summers competing in professional tournaments and leagues and received invites to play overseas. Over the last 10 years, Coach Boggess has continued to compete as a player and has won several local and regional championships including four, All-World 3 on 3 Championships and two National Championship appearances.

Coach Bogie is the very proud parent of two boys. Because the love of the game has impacted his life so much he named his two boys Swisher (6) and Dunken (2). 

Terence Wiltshire, Assistant Coach

Terence Wiltshire or Coach “T” is no stranger to Coach Bogie’s coaching philosophy and style having worked on Coach Bogie’s staff as an Assistant Coach, with the WV Ruckus Elite program from 2008-2014. Coach T was an integral part of the overall success and expansion of the Ruckus Elite program. Coach T specialized in post player development and assisted in numerous boys and girls travel basketball championships. Coach T will find himself in a very familiar role as an Assistant Coach for the Lady Lakers.

Coach T was a multi-sport athlete at Hudson High School in Hudson, NY. He was a standout athlete that earned conference and state accolades in track, football, and basketball. After high school, Coach T would earn a spot as a walk on with the West Virginia University football team.  He was a three-time all-star for the WV Wham/Gladiators and helped lead his team to a league championship in 2001. Coach T would eventually team up with Coach Bogie to start the WV Ruckus Men’s Recreation Program that would evolve into a flag football and basketball powerhouse winning numerous city, regional, state, and national awards.

 “Coach T has been by my side as a teammate and coach for the past 15 years. He understands my vision and goals regarding a successful program and I am confident that he will be a vital addition to furthering the success of the Lady Lakers Women’s Basketball Program” said Coach Bogie

Coach T is the proud parent of his 10 year old son, Solomon. 

Reed Alfieri, Assistant Coach / Strength & Conditioning

Reed Alfieri will handle all of the day to day operations regarding Lady Lakers strength, speed, agility, and conditioning program. Coach Reed is no stranger to the challenges and successes at Garrett College. Coach Reed was a record setting baseball player for the Lakers while helping his team match one of the school’s best records and being named to the 2007 JUCO All- Star Team.

After Garrett College, Reed signed with Webber International University in Babson Park, Florida. Coach Reed would eventually leave Webber International University after one season to play professionally. For the past two years, Coach Reed has worked as an Assistant Coach for 14U Box Elite Program, 10U Fort Lauderdale Lightening Program, and the O.A.GW.U.W (Only A game When U Watch) 18U select team.

“Reed brings a strong resume of success along with a very positive energy level. His enthusiasm and drive to succeed makes him a great fit for our program. Coach Reed came highly recommended and I am very excited to have him as part of our Lady Lakers staff” said Coach Bogie.

Hunter Radford, Coordinator of Women's Basketball Operations


Hunter Radford will join the Lady Lakers staff as Coordinator of Women’s Basketball Operations. Her primary duties will be in assisting the coaching staff with data entry management, camp marketing and development, game day promotions, as well as, team player development. 

“I am very excited to have Hunter Radford join our staff. Hunter is passionate about the game and has always been a hard worker. She will provide much needed support to our program” said Coach Bogie