Tim Lee
Tim Lee
Title: Assistant Men's Basketball Coach
Phone: (603) 626-9028
Email: t.lee1@snhu.edu

Tim Lee (02') enters his second season as an assistant coach on the SNHU men's basketball staff in 2019-20.  

Lee came back to his alma mater after 10 years of progressive growth and success coaching all levels of boy's basketball in New Hampshire, including self-directed summer basketball camps (Manchester and Lakes Region), AAU (Seacoast), prep school (Notre Dame), youth leagues and multiple NHIAA high school divisions.
 
-Somersworth High School (Somersworth, N.H.) D3 JV Head Coach (2 years)
-Kingswood Reg. High School (Wolfeboro, N.H.) D2 JV Head Coach (2 years)
-Notre Dame Prep (Fitchburg, Mass.) HS Prep School Assistant Coach (1 year) 
-Central High School (Manchester, N.H.) D1 Freshmen Head Coach (3 years)
-Memorial High School (Manchester, N.H.) D1 JV Head Coach (1 year)
-Bishop Brady High School (Concord, N.H.) D2 Varsity Head Coach (1 year)
 
While coaching NHIAA, Lee won 81 percent of his games, including winning the D1 JV championship, twice appearing in the D1 Freshmen Championship, and making a pair of D3 JV Championship appearances. 
 
Prior to Lee's NHIAA coaching experiences, he was a walk-on at SNHU in 1998, before earning a scholarship. A 2002 graduate of SNHU, Lee became a two-year captain, is the current all-time leader in 3-point field goals made in a career (301), a 1,000-point scorer, a conference champion, and made an NCAA Tournament appearance. Before SNHU, his four-year career at Farmington (N.H.) High School included 2,162 total points. 
 
Lee earned his undergraduate degree in Business Administration (2002) and is currently pursuing his Master's degree in Sports Management through SNHU. 
 
Lee is a life-long New Hampshire resident and comes from a basketball family. His father, Mike Lee, recently was inducted into the New Hampshire Basketball Coaches Organization's inaugural Hall of Fame class. His brother, Josh, enters his 14th year with Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, N.H., where he has won six National Prep School Championships.