Tim Wagner begins his first season with the Bemidji State men's basketball program in July 2018. He joined the Beaver coaching staff after completing his collegiate playing career at Harding University in 2018.
Wagner, a native of Galesville, Wis., played four seasons of intercollegiate basketball between Harding (2016-18), North Platte Community College (2015-16) and Winona State University (2013-14) after beginning his career as a redshirt at University of Nebraska. He earned All-Great American Conference and GAC All-Academic honors with HU in 2017, and All-Nebraska Community College Athletic Conference and National Association of Basketball Coaches Honors Court laurels with NPCC in 2016. Wagner averaged 15.6 points per game and shot over 42 percent from the field during his two seasons at Harding.
Wagner played his prep career at Galesville-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School under his father, Mark. He received All-Coulee Conference honors three times, including two first time selections and a second team selection, and was named the Coulee Conference Player of the Year, Winona Daily News Player of the Year and Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association All-State in 2013. Wagner helped lead the Red Hawks to a state tournament runner-up finish during the 2011-12 season.
Wagner completed his bachelor’s degree in general studies from Harding in May 2018 with a 3.7 grade point average.