|Position:||Director Of Operations|
Pam Walker, a UCLA graduate, is in her 27th season as a member of the Bruin women's basketball staff. This is her eighth season working as the Director of Basketball Operations. Prior to her current stint, she spent the previous 19 seasons at UCLA serving as an assistant coach.
Walker is responsible for scheduling, equipment, team travel, facilities, community service projects, monitoring of the players' academic progress, assisting with budgeting, camps and on-campus recruiting. She also oversees the managers and video intern and liaisons with marketing, development and sports information.
During her coaching tenure at UCLA, the Bruins competed in the NCAA Tournament seven times, including an Elite Eight appearance in 1999. UCLA also won a Pac-10 regular season title in 1999 and a Pac-10 Tournament title in 2006. Walker coached two Pac-10 Players of the Year, four Pac-10 Freshmen of the Year, and seven All-Americans.
Walker joined the Bruin staff prior to the 1989-90 season after four years as head girls' basketball coach at Hart High School (1986-89) in Newhall, CA. In her final season at Hart, she guided the school to the quarterfinals of the state championship tournament, the CIF 5-A Southern Section championship and the Foothill League title. She was also named CIF Coach of the Year that season. Several of her high school standouts continued their playing careers at the college level.
Prior to coaching at Hart, Walker served as head girls' basketball coach at St. Bernard's HS in Playa del Rey, CA (1984-85) and at Van Nuys HS (1982), where she directed the Wolves into the Los Angeles City championship game.
Walker, who graduated from UCLA in 1985 with a B.A. in Political Science, International Relations, earned her Master's degree in Education at UCLA in 1990. She has been married since 2004 to Larry Muir, who teaches history and is the head football coach at Valencia HS. Muir was a member of the UCLA football team from 1989-90. The couple live in Valencia with their beagle, Dee.