Jim Goddard (born circa 1930) is a former American college basketball coach in the western United States.He was the head coach at Idaho for three seasons and previously at his alma mater Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon.

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  • Jim Goddard (born circa 1930) is a former American college basketball coach in the western United States.He was the head coach at Idaho for three seasons and previously at his alma mater Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon. From Salem, Oregon, Goddard had been on the basketball coaching staff at Lewis & Clark for the previous six seasons, the last four as head coach. In each of the last two years, the Pioneers won the season title in the Northwest Conference, then in NAIA; and both teams advanced to the 32-team national tournament in Kansas City, Missouri. Lewis & Clark won in the first round in 1962, and advanced to the quarterfinals in 1963; that team was inducted into the school's athletic hall of fame. After Idaho's successful 20–6 season in 1963 with Gus Johnson at center, head coach Joe Cipriano departed for Nebraska, and athletic director Skip Stahley hired Goddard in April. He led the Vandals for the first three seasons of the six-team Big Sky Conference, then unexpectedly resigned in August 1966 for an administrative position at the Oregon department of education in Salem. He was succeeded by alumnus Wayne Anderson, a longtime assistant and head baseball coach. (en)
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  • Jim Goddard (born circa 1930) is a former American college basketball coach in the western United States.He was the head coach at Idaho for three seasons and previously at his alma mater Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon. (en)
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  • Jim Goddard (basketball) (en)
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