Tyler Sims - Head Men's Basketball Coach - Clark University
Taking the reins of the basketball camp is new Clark men’s basketball head coach, Tyler Simms. Coach Simms joined the
Simms brings over 10 years of coaching experience to Clark, including his most recent four seasons as the assistant coach of the Division I, Ivy League, Brown University basketball program. Prior to Brown Simms served as an Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator for the Trinity College basketball team for two years.
Simms helped the Bears finish fourth overall in the Ivy League standings at the conclusion of the 2018-2019 season with a 20-12 overall record and 7-7 record in the conference. Brown set several program records during the 2018-19 season including: most wins in a season (20), most non-conference wins (13) and its first ever post-season tournament victory, a first round win over UAB in the first round of the CBI. Prior to Brown, Simms served as an Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator at Division III, New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) member, Trinity College from 2013-2015. With his leadership, the Bantams finished first in the NESCAC regular season and advanced to the Elite 8 in the NCAA Tournament in the 2014-2015 season. Simms graduated in 2008 from Trinity College with a bachelor's degree in educational studies. He played four years at Trinity and held the position of team captain in 2007-08.
Campers are surrounded by some of the most experienced and successful coaches around. In addition, current and former Clark University players as well as other area college, high school coaches and players serve as counselors, providing one-on-one