Head Coach Tim
Tim Walker was named head
men’s basketball coach at Lewis-Clark State College in May of 2005. Walker
stepped into the helm as just the third men’s basketball coach in 32 years. From
2001 to 2005 Walker served as an assistant at L-C, during which
the Warriors posted an overall record of 103-34, and qualified for the NAIA
National Tournament three times.
Prior to LCSC, Walker was head coach at Montana State-Northern from
1997-2001, where he was the Frontier Conference Coach of the Year for the
1997-98 season. That team set a school record with 26 victories and advanced
to the Sweet 16 of the NAIA National Tournament. He posted an overall record
of 72-55 at the school, one of the highest winning percentages in the league
over that period of time. He also coached three All-Americans, while his
players held a graduation rate of 90-plus percent. Prior to becoming the
head coach at MSU-Northern, Walker served as the assistant for three years,
helping lead the Lights to their first-ever league title and an Elite Eight
finish at the NAIA National Tournament.
Walker began his coaching career at Columbus High School from 1991-1993,
where he also taught History and Political Science, while coaching football
In addition to coaching, Walker will be
responsible for basketball camps while also serving as Director for the
National Youth Sports Program on campus. A native of Absarokee, Montana, he
played basketball and graduated from Rocky Mountain College in Billings, MT.
He later received his Masters Degree in Education-Guidance and Counseling at
Montana State-Northern in Havre, MT. Walker and his wife Lynette, who works
for the Department of Social & Health Services in Washington, have a son,
Jake (age 13) and currently reside in Lewiston, ID.