Assistant Coach Cedric Jenkins Interviews Athletic Director Keith Davidson
Assistant Coach Cedric Jenkins Hosts New Talk Show
UMES assistant coaches Cedric Jenkins and G. Jamal Brown will be on the program
Lady Hawks went 8-8 in MEAC play last season, bring in nine freshmen for this year
UMES Women's Basketball versus New Jersey Institute of Technology inside W.P. Hytche Center (Photos by Lloydlee Heite)
UMES Women's Basketball versus Coppin State University at the Hytche Athletic Center (Photos by Megan Raymond)
UMES Women's Basketball versus Coppin State University at the MEAC Tournament in Norfolk, Va. (Photos by Mark Sutton)
UMES Women's Basketball versus USC-Upstate inside the William P. Hytche Athletic Center (Photos by Megan Raymond)
Cedric Jenkins begins his ninth season as an assistant coach at Maryland Eastern Shore.
He is responsible for game preparation and student-athlete development among other duties.
Jenkins graduated from UMES in 1993 with a B.S. Degree in Business Administration. He was a two-year letterwinner with the Fighting Hawks basketball team and was named the team's Most Improved Player during his first season in Princess Anne.
As a freshman at Camden County College (Blackwood, N.J.), Jenkins helped the team to a 32-0 record. The Cougars were back-to-back Region XIX Champions during his two seasons.
Jenkins, originally from Washington D.C., now resides in Salisbury, Md., with his wife Alethia, his son Jalen and his two daughters, Aaliyah and Maya. Last December, Coach Jenkins and family welcomed a new baby boy,Xavier, to the family.