Assistant Coach Brad Walck

Brad Walck
Current Team

Dr. Bradley Walck is a well-known Oklahoma basketball coach. Walck served as head coach of the Seminole State College Belles from 1991-99. While there, the Belles won six Bi-State Conference championships and averaged 24 wins per season. Walck’s 1993 team ranked #1 in the National Junior College Athletic Association and finished the season as the nation’s third-ranked team in the final regular-season poll. His 1997 team won 26 games and earned an NJCAA National Tournament bid. Walck retired from Seminole State College in 2013, and the Seminole Board of Regents honored him as Vice President Emeritus.

Prior to coaching at Seminole, Walck coached basketball at Tecumseh High School for 12 years, the first five as an assistant to legendary boys coach Roy Capps and then as boys head coach for seven seasons. He also served as the girls head coach for five years.

Walck said he is honored to join the Fire organization. “It is a unique opportunity to be a part of the first tribally-owned professional basketball team in America and it’s right here in my hometown.”