Kevin Williamson was named the Head Coach at the University of St. Katherine on June 6th, 2019. Prior to be named the head coach at USK, coach Williamson was the assistant coach at CSU San Marcos. While at CSUSM (NCAA DII) coach Williamson helped to recruit in the top 3 scorers on CSUSM’s 2019 roster including 2nd Team All-CCAA member Khalil Fuller.
Prior to CSUSM coach Williamson was the Head Coach at Grays Harbor College (NWAC) in Aberdeen, Washington. Before GHC coach Williamson was an assistant coach for Dixie State University (NCAA DII) men's basketball program. During his two years at Dixie State, the Trailblazers would amass a 34-18 record, a PacWest tie for first place, and a national tournament appearance in 2016. Coach Williamson helped in the development of Trevor Hill who would go onto become a NABC All American.
Prior to that Williamson served as an assistant coach at the University of Minnesota-Duluth for three seasons. While at UMD, the team saw marked improvement in wins and in the 2014-15, the team recorded its first winning record since 2008, and hosted its first NSIC conference tournament game since 2006.
Williamson spent five seasons overall as an assistant coach to former UMD head coach Matt Bowen, including two seasons at Bemidji State, where he helped lead BSU to its second-ever NCAA Tournament appearance and set the record for not only the all time single season win record at 22-9, but also BSU’s most wins (16) in NSIC play. Coach Williamson also recruited in and developed 2012 National Player of Year, James Ellisor and 2012 NSIC Newcomer of the Year Dermaine Crockrell.
During his tenure on Bowen's staff, Williamson helped recruit and produce 11 All-NSIC selections, as well a NSIC Player and Newcomer of the Year. In addition, he helped coach three all-Central Region picks, one NCAA II National Player of the Year, and a Central Region Player of the Year.
Prior to his arrival at Bemidji State, Williamson served as an assistant coach at Glendale (AZ) Community College, and was a physical education teacher and boy's basketball coach at Cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego, California. Williamson also coached at Kofa High School in Yuma, Ariz., from 2007-08. Under his watch, the Kings set a school single-season record for wins, going 21-11 on the year, captured the Gila Valley Region championship and gained a Arizona 5A II State Tournament semifinal round berth -- the first ever by any Yuma public high school. For his efforts, Williamson was chosen the Gila Valley Region Coach of the Year.
Williamson was a two-sport athlete (basketball and golf) at the University of Great Falls (MT), where he earned a Bachelor's degree in Secondary Education in 2007. He also completed a Master's degree in Sports Studies at Bemidji State in 2012.
Williamson was born in San Diego, but raised for the vast majority of his youth in Sedona, Arizona. Coaching runs in the Williamson family as his father Craig was the head boy's basketball coach at Sedona Red Rock High School (AZ) and his brother, Kyle, is currently the head girl's basketball coach at Rancho Bernardo High School in San Diego.
Travis Timmons comes to USK from Eastern Arizona College in Thatcher, Arizona where he was the top assistant coach for the past 4 seasons. EAC is a National Community College that competes in Region 1 of the NJCAA. During Travis tenure with EAC he has recruited, coached and developed many NCAA Division I and Division II players.
He joined the Gila Monster Men's Basketball coaching staff after previously coaching at Arizona Western College as an assistant coach for one season. Before coaching, Timmons played four years at the collegiate level. Timmons played at NCAA Division II Southeastern Oklahoma State University for two years. Before transferring to Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Timmons played his first two collegiate seasons with Mesa Community College.
Timmons is a native of Tucson, Arizona. He received his bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Southeastern Oklahoma State University in the summer of 2014 and completed his MBA from Western New Mexico in December of 2017.
This will be coach Clark’s first college coaching job. Coach Clark’s primary focus this season will be working with USK’s post players and recruiting. Isaiah was recruited by, and played for coach Williamson while at DSU.
Coach Clark completed his very accomplished playing career for Dixie State University in 2017. Isaiah helped lead DSU to a PacWest Conference title in 2017 and back-to-back NCAA division II National Tournament appearances in 2016 and 2017.
Isaiah completed his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from DSU in December 2017. Coach Clark is currently completing his Master’s of Science in Kinesiology from California Baptist University in December 2019.