Former Plymouth State men’s basketball standout and 1,000-point scorer Tim Mucher enters his third season as an assistant coach for the Panthers. During the 2013-2014 season, Mucher helped guide the Panthers to an ECAC appearance, their first in four years. Plymouth State earned its ECAC berth after improving its regular season record by six games over the prior season. The Panthers placed fifth in the Little East Conference with a 7-7 mark.
Prior to returning to Plymouth State, Mucher served as an assistant coach at Brewster Academy under Jason Smith. Working with some of the best basketball players in the country including current NBA players, Mucher helped the Bobcats maintain their status as one of the elite New England Prep Schools for boys basketball. He also served as the Head Boys Basketball Coach at Bishop Brady High School.
A native of Farmington, New Hampshire and a member of the 1983-84 undefeated Class M Champions Farmington High School Boys Basketball Team, Mucher was recently inducted into the Farmington 500 Boys & Girls Club Sports Hall of Fame.
Mucher lives in Alton, N.H. with his daughter Jules. His two oldest daughters, Abbie and Lindsey, are freshmen at Plymouth State.