The Seattle Mountaineers are a nonprofit professional basketball team that plays in the American Basketball Association. The franchise was created in 2005 and is based in Auburn, Washington.
The Mountaineers play their home games at the Green River Community College.
- Owner(s) - Seattle Mountaineers (nonprofit organization)
- Head Coach(es) - Don Sims
- Assistant Coach(es) - None
- Rory Miller
- Duran Blue
- Jamar Berry
- Matt Smith
- Rashaad Powell
- Ryan Quigtar
- Franklin Igbekoyi
- Justin Murray
- Jason Waltman
- Bryan Ferguson
- Marques Ewell
- Chris Weakley
- Avery Sharer
- Dewayne Watkins
- Antonio McAfee
The Seattle Mountaineers were created in 2005 as a Christian nonprofit organization. The franchise played in the International Basketball League from 2005-2009, and while there played their home games at the Bellevue Community College.
The Mountaineers moved to the National Athletic Basketball League but left because, according to head coach Don Sims,
"The NABL was not a good fit for our organization, and we need to go in another direction,"
The Mountaineers then moved to the ABA, where they have stayed since.
In their first season in the ABA, the Seattle Mountaineers went 9-8 and missed the playoffs.
In their second season in the ABA, the Mountaineers went 13-1 but did not compete in the playoffs.
In their third season, the Mountaineers went undefeated (6-0) but missed the playoffs.
In their forth season in the ABA, the Mountaineers went 13-1 but did not compete in the playoffs.