Campbellsville High School boys’ head basketball coach and athletic director Tim Davis will soon be inducted into the National High School Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
The NHSACA recently made the announcement.
Davis will officially be inducted in a special ceremony on Tuesday, June 20, at Embassy Suites in East Peoria, Ill.
This year’s inductees include 30 coaches from 16 states.
The Kentucky high school coaches’ association chose Davis for the honor.
Criteria for the nomination includes longevity, service to high school athletics, honors and much more.
The National High School Athletic Coaches Association is the oldest coaches association in the nation, formed by coaches, for coaches, and has honored coaches from across the nation. Coaches have been inducted into the NHSACA National Hall of Fame since 1996.
Davis graduated from Meade County High School in 1975. He graduated from then Campbellsville College in 1980 and began teaching history at Hart County High School and served as assistant basketball coach. He also helped with the school’s cross-country team.
He later began teaching special education at Marion County High School and became the school’s head basketball coach. He was there for 12 years.
His longest education stint, however, has been at Campbellsville High School.
He has taught special education at CHS, and has served as athletic director for many years.
Davis just completed his 22nd year as CHS boys’ basketball head coach.