Al Walker

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Al Walker
Sport(s) Basketball
Current position
Title Head coach
Team N/A
Record 234-279
Biographical details
Born (1959-03-19) March 19, 1959 (age 56)
Queens, New York
Playing career
1978-1981 Brockport
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1988-1993 Colorado College
1993-1996 Cornell
1996-2000 Chaminade
2000-2007 Binghamton
2012-2013 Buffalo (asst. women)
Head coaching record
Overall 234-279

Al Walker (born March 19, 1959) is a former basketball coach. He currently serves as a major gifts officer at Colorado College, where he was the head men's basketball coach from 1988-1993.[1] Walker also served as the head coach for the Cornell, Chaminade and Binghamton men's basketball teams.[2] Walker was also an advance scout for the Orlando Magic for five seasons until 2012, and an assistant for the University of Buffalo women's basketball team from 2012-2013.[3][4]

Head coaching record[edit]

College[edit]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Colorado College (Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference) (1988–1993)
1988-89 Colorado College 7-19 N/A N/A
1989-90 Colorado College 13-12 N/A N/A
1990-91 Colorado College 10-16 N/A N/A
1991-92 Colorado College 22-5 N/A N/A NCAA Division III Second Round
1992-93 Colorado College 17-8 N/A N/A
Colorado College: 69-60 N/A
Cornell (Ivy League) (1993–1996)
1993-94 Cornell 8-18 3-11 8th
1994-95 Cornell 9-17 4-10 6th
1995-96 Cornell 10-16 5-9 5th
Cornell: 27-51 12-30
Chaminade (Pacific West Conference) (1996–2000)
1996-97 Chaminade 8-19 4-8 5th
1997-98 Chaminade 12-14 6-6 4th
1998-99 Chaminade 13-14 7-7 3rd
1999-00 Chaminade 13-13 7-7 5th
Chaminade: 46-60 24-28
Binghamton (America East Conference) (2000–2007)
2000-01 Binghamton 14-14 N/A N/A
2001-02 Binghamton 9-19 6-10 6th
2002-03 Binghamton 14-13 9-7 4th
2003-04 Binghamton 14-16 10-8 5th
2004-05 Binghamton 12-17 8-10 5th
2005-06 Binghamton 16-13 12-4 2nd
2006-07 Binghamton 13-16 6-10 6th
Binghamton: 92-108 51-49
Total: 234-279

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

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