Pat Rafferty - Head Coach
Head coach Pat Rafferty has worked at every level of basketball and brings experience as a former scout, assistant and head coach at different levels of the game.
A native of Buffalo, Wyo., Rafferty began his coaching career in 1981 as an assistant at his alma mater, Eastern Montana (now Montana State University – Billings). He served as interim head coach that year following the mid-season death of the Eastern Montana head coach, guiding the Yellow Jackets to a 20-9 final record, the NCAA Division II Western Regional finals, and a No. 17 national ranking.
After two additional years returning to an assistant’s role at Eastern Montana, Rafferty spent two seasons as assistant coach/recruiting coordinator at Northern Arizona. Following a year as assistant head coach at Idaho, he became head coach at Casper College, where he compiled a 47-23 mark in two seasons. His 1987-88 team posted a 30-8 record, won the Wyoming Junior College Athletic Conference Championship, sub-regional and regional titles, and finished sixth in the NJCAA National Championship in Hutchinson, Kansas. He earned Region IX Coach of the Year honors that season.
Rafferty’s experience includes coaching as an assistant at the University of Louisville, Northern Arizona, University of Idaho, and Drake University.
In addition to Casper College, Rafferty was the head coach at Grayson College, Midland College and holds an overall record of 291-196.
Rafferty also spent two seasons as a scout for the Minnesota Timberwolves of the NBA.
Reggie Chambers - Assistant Coach
Prior to coaching at CWC, Reggie Chambers played professionally in South America. Chambers is the nephew of Ronnie Stubbs who is the all time leader in wins at the College of Eastern Utah. Stubbs was an assistant coach for Coach Rafferty at Midland College.
Chambers graduated from Monsignor Pace High School in Miami, FL. While at Pace High School, his team won a state championship his senior year in 2008. He played his first two years of college basketball at Florida Gulf Coast University where he was a member of the A-Sun All-Freshmen team in 2009. He then transferred to West Virginia Wesleyan College where he led his team to a 41-19 record, two national tournament appearances, and was part of the first national tournament win in school history.
Chambers graduated with a criminal justice degree in 2012. He is the son of Reggie Chambers Sr. and Stacey Simpson.
Online Basketball Form
Athletes interested in more information on the CWC Men's Basketball Program should complete an online Basketball Form and email it or send a printed copy to the CWC Athletic Department, attn: Athletic Director, 2660 Peck Avenue, Riverton, WY 82501.