Providence High School

Brandon Lincoln Named as Head Varsity Basketball Coach

Providence High School has hired former University of Oregon standout Mr. Brandon Lincoln, who recently finished his third season with the Montana State Men’s Basketball coaching staff, as Head boys Basketball Coach. Coach Lincoln will begin leading the Pioneers program in early June. Coach Lincoln will also be a full-time Physical Education teacher at our school.

Before coaching at Montana State of the NCAA Division I Big Sky Conference, Lincoln coached at his alma mater, Oregon, where he worked as a Men’s Basketball Assistant Conditioning Coach in 2013-14 for the Ducks’ NCAA Tournament team. It was his second tour of duty on the Oregon staff. He also worked as a Graduate Assistant in 2010-11 and as the program’s Video Coordinator in 2011-12. In between stints at Oregon, Lincoln was the Director of Video Operations at Miami University (Ohio) in 2012-13.

A combo guard for the University of Oregon from 2003-06, Lincoln played on an NCAA Tournament team in 2003-04 and an NIT Final Four squad the next year. Lincoln graduated from Oregon in 2006 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and in 2012 with a Master’s Degree in Education Leadership.

After Oregon, Lincoln played professionally in Germany with the ETB Wohnbau Baskets. He was a 2nd team all-league selection, and he led the club in scoring in back-to-back seasons while leading them to the German ProB championship.

A Portland native, Lincoln was a 2000 State Champion at Jefferson High School. While at Jefferson, he also was a 2002 unanimous All-State and All-City selection, MVP of the Oregon-Washington All-Star Game, and a McDonalds All American Nominee.

Providence High School is excited to welcome Coach Lincoln to the Pioneer family. His focus on player skill development, scouting plans, team video operations, and conditioning, along with his premier experience as a player and leadership experience in molding and mentoring young men, makes him a perfect fit to lead our program.