Nate GametHead Men's Basketball Coach
Alma Mater: Northwest Missouri State University '08
Office Phone: 581-2405
Nate Gamet takes over the Aggie team as Cameron’s eleventh head basketball coach as a four-year institution, after five seasons as the program’s assistant coach.
Gamet has recruited some of the top talent to come to Cameron in the past decade and helped the Aggies maintain success over the last half-decade. In five years as an assistant, Gamet has helped guide the Aggies to four postseason berths and 74 wins.
Since joining the men’s basketball team in 2008, Gamet has helped Cameron return to prominence making postseason appearances in four of the last five years. He has also recruited some of the region’s top talent, including 2012 LSC Player of the Year, Milton Garner, and 2013 LSC Player of the Year Craig Foster. Additionally, Gamet has had 11 All-Conference selections while at Cameron. Former Aggie standout Kallan Glasgow shined under Gamet receiving the NABC Honor Court award. The team also had a grade point average of over 3.0 in 2009-10.
Gamet came to CU from Northwest Missouri State University where he spent the five years as an assistant coach. During his tenure with the Bearcats, Gamet helped lead the team to three Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA) championships and one regional championship. He also received his graduate degree in Athletic Administration from NMSU.
During his career at NMSU, Gamet coached two All-Americans, two MIAA Players of the Year, one Freshman of the Year, five All-Conference players and two All-Region players. He also helped lead the Bearcat squad to a conference and two tournament championships, as well as a regional championship.
Originally from Princeton, Missouri, Gamet lives in Lawton with his wife Katrina and children, Alexis and Avery Jane.
His hobbies include family, friends, golf, and other outdoor activities. He attained his undergraduate degree in Health and Physical Education from Northwest Missouri State.