Bill Reagan is in his 14th year as a member of the Notre Dame Athletics department, and currently serves as Assistant Director for Athletics Advancement. His responsibilities include the solicitation of major gifts to athletics and managing fund raising campaigns, as well as being heavily involved in athletics community and alumni relations. During the summer of 2009 his duties led Reagan to assist coach Lou Holtz with the Notre Dame Irish Legends vs. Japanese National team in the first ever Notre Dame Japan Bowl.
Previous responsibilities at Notre Dame included directing football operations for Bob Davie and Tyrone Willingham as well as serving as assistant director for the Office of Recreational Sports.
Before his employment at Notre Dame, Reagan spent six years as the offensive coordinator for football at Ashland (Ohio) University. Reagan helped Ashland to the 1997 Midwest Intercollegiate Football Conference Championship as well as an NCAA Division II playoff berth. The Eagles were among the national leaders in total offense during his time there.
Prior to that, he spent 13 years at his alma mater, St. Joseph's College, 10 of those years as the head football coach. His offensive units finished in the top five of NCAA Division II schools from 1986-89. While there, he mentored the school's all-time leading rusher, receiver and tackler, as well as the all-time leader in touchdowns and four all-conference quarterbacks. during his tenure as head coach, St. Joseph's delivered four All Americans and three Academic All-Americans. Reagan also served on the National Football Coaches Association All-American Selection Committee. He was inducted into the St. Joseph's College Athletic Hall of Fame as well as the Lorain County (Ohio) Hall of Fame in the spring of 2005.
A native of Lorain, Ohio, Reagan earned his Bachelors degree from St. Joseph's College in 1974 and a Masters degree from Eastern Michigan University in 1980. He is married to the former Elizabeth Schatzman, a 1973 St. Joseph's College graduate and a native of Chicago, Ill. They have three children, a daughter, Courtney (Crawford) who graduated from Saint Mary's in 1998, and two sons, Kevin (Butler 2002) and Patrick (Adrian 2008).
Apart from his duties in Athletics Advancement at Notre Dame, Reagan founded and is the director of the Top Gun Quarterback Academy in South Bend.