Walker enters his fourth season as an assistant coach at
Lewis-Clark State. After serving as the head coach at Montana
State-Northern from 1997-2001, Walker came to LC at the start of the 2001
season. While Walker was at MSU-Northern, he was voted Frontier Conference
Coach of the Year for the 1997-98 season. That team set the school record
for most wins in a season with 26, and finished their year in the Sweet 16
at the NAIA National Tournament. His players had a graduation record of 90
plus percent. During his tenure at MSU-N, Walker's clubs produced a 72-55
record and one of the highest winning percentages in the league over that
period of time. He also coached three All-Americans during that time.
Prior to becoming the head coach at MSU-N, Walker served as the assistant
for three years. During that time, the Lights won their first-ever league
title and finished in the Elite Eight at the NAIA National Tournament. Tim
also taught history and political science, while coaching football and
basketball at Columbus High School from 1991-1993.
A part-time Kinesiology instructor at Lewis-Clark State College and a native
of Absarokee, MT, Walker earned Academic All-Conference and All-Conference
accolades. He played basketball and graduated from Rocky Mountain College in
Billings,MT in 1990. Tim and his wife, Lynette recently celebrated their
second wedding anniversary. They have a son, Jake, age 11.