Reed Pierce (born on April 24, 1963, Jackson, Mississippi) is an American professional pool player. Notable tournament wins include the 1995 US Open Nine-ball Championship, the 1998 Camel Tour Kasson Open, and the 1994 PBT Dallas Open. He was selected to represent the U.S. twice in the Mosconi Cup, in 1997 and 1998.
Today, Reed Pierce and his brother, Ronnie, own an upscale billiards sports bar and restaurant, bearing Reed Pierce's name in Byram, Mississippi. 2018 the bar and grill has been closed. Inside the restaurant is an actual pool room named 9-Ball Lounge, and it has eight Diamond regulation-size pool tables.
The 20th Annual US Open Nine-ball Championship was captured by Reed Pierce in 1995, defeating Efren Reyes, the 1994 US Open Nine-ball Champion, 11-6 in the finals, denying Reyes back-to-back wins.
Reed Pierce was selected twice to compete in the Mosconi Cup, a pool tournament named after Willie Mosconi, in 1997 and 1998, as one of six members to represent Team America, an annual nine-ball tournament contested between Europe and the United States. Both years, Team America captured the Mosconi Cup title.
- 1994 Dallas Open
- 1995 US Open Nine-ball Championship
- 1998 Camel Tour Kasson Open