LC Tiger Boys Basketball Coaching Staff
Jim Redmon, Head Coach
Varsity Head Coach
Coach Redmon played collegiately at Linfield University and Whitworth University.
His coaching accomplishments are as follows:
- Win Loss record 392-187
- GSL Girls Coach of the year 2002,2008,2009
- WIAA State Girls Coach of the year 2007
- Coached (20) 1st Team Girls GSL Players, (9) 2ND Team, (1) WNBA,
(2) others that were drafted, (32) players who have played college at some level and (9) D1.
- 2003- 5th place State
- 2004- Regional Champ
- 2005- District Champ
- 2006- State Champ
- 2007- State Champ
- 2008- GSL, District, Regional and State Champ
- 2009- GSL Champ, 5th place State
- 2011- District and State Champ
- 2014-15- GSL Boys Co-Coach of the Year
Greg Goeller, Assistant Coach
Coach Goeller is a graduate of Lewis and Clark High School and went on to pursue his higher education at the University of Oregon where he earned his Master’s in Teaching. Greg returned to Spokane and his LC Alma Mater in 2001 where he has taught English for the past 18 years. His previous coaching experience with LC basketball includes head coach of both the freshmen and JV boys’ teams as well as serving as the boys’ varsity assistant.
Greg Marshall, Assistant Coach
Coach Marshall is a graduate of Billings Central High School in Billings, MT. He attended Gonzaga University where he earned a degree in Finance. He is a National Training Specialist for the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) where he teaches classes in fraud detection and financial analysis. Greg is married to Maisie Bauer and they have two children. He is grateful to coach Redmon for the opportunity to coach at Lewis and Clark HS and be part of the basketball program.
Scott Wortley, Junior Varsity Head Coach
JV Head Coach
Coach Scott Wortley is a graduate of Lewis and Clark High School and is presently earning his Bachelors in Science in Kinesiology from Whitworth University. Coach Wortley and his Assistant Coach Daniel Steiner were doubles partners and apart of the Community Colleges of Spokane NWAC Championship Tennis Team. Scott has spent two years at Mead High School Under Glenn Williams as the Head Freshman C team Boys Basketball coach and currently assisting the Lewis and Clark Freshman and Varsity Football teams under the tutelages of Roger Kugler and Dave Hughes respectively; also serves as the JV boys Head Tennis coach assisting Tobin Phelps, winning. the State Championship in 2015 with a total of 8 years coaching at LC. He is privileged to have the opportunity to return to LC and Coach under Coach Redmon and surely bleeds Orange and black.
Nick Hostetler, Assistant Coach
Coach Hostetler graduated from Lewis & Clark in 2011 and is currently working toward an accounting degree. Born in Kansas City, Nick is an avid Kansas Jayhawk basketball fan. He enjoys spending time with friends and family and his dog Oscar.
Steve Eglet, C Team Head Coach
Steve Eglet is the LC C-Squad Basketball coach for the 2019-2020 season. He has been involved with LC Athletics for the last 20 years. Participating first as a parent and quickly engaging in various capacities. Basketball has been one of Steve’s passions for all his life. He first played basketball growing up in the Yakima Valley and eventually played at the Community College level. Steve has been involved with Hoopfest for every year over the last 30 years, initially as a player then coaching and court monitoring. He also has been a referee with SYSA and AAU for 15 years. Steve is currently on staff at LCHS as a Para-Educator. At home I’ve been married for 40 years, have four grown children and three grandchildren.
Mike Kelly, C Team Assistant Coach
Mike was born and raised in Spokane, having played basketball and graduating from Ferris High School (1975) and from Central Washington University (1986) earning a degree in business. Mike recently retired from Providence Health Care after 25 years, most recently as the regional director of facilities. Mike coached AAU basketball for 10 years and refereed high school basketball for 10 years. Mike has two children, Nick and Brynn. Brynn played basketball at Ferris then Division I basketball at Davidson College in North Carolina, leading them to their fi rst WNIT appearance in school. history, and was the assistant coach for the girls’ program at Lewis and Clark for two years.
Macoy Gronseth, Frosh Assistant Coach