Tim Wolz begins his fourth season as head coach of the Midway University men’s soccer program in 2019-20.
Wolz became the first-ever head coach of the men’s soccer program at Midway in June 2016 when he started the program from scratch.
Thus far in his three seasons at Midway, Wolz has led his team to a 25-24-3 record with two appearances in the River States Conference Men’s Soccer Tournament. In their second season in 2017, Wolz led the Eagles to the finals of the RSC Tournament where they hosted West Virginia Tech at the Midway Soccer Field.
Over his coaching career thus far, Wolz has had a player earn Player of the Year honors and has had 55 players earn All-Conference honors. He's also had 107 players earn Academic All-Conference honors and 11 earn Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete honors, while he has coached four players who have been named Academic All-Americans.
Wolz came to Midway after spending six seasons as the head men’s soccer coach at St. Catharine College. His best season with the Patriots came in 2014 when he led the team to a 15-6 record and a runner-up finish in the Mid-South Conference Tournament.
Because of his team’s success in the 2014, Wolz was voted by his peers as the MSC Men’s Soccer Coach of the Year. He was also named the NAIA South Region Coach of the Year in 2014 as well.
He is the only coach in Mid-South Conference history to win Coach of the Year for both the men (2014) and women (2003).
During his tenure at St. Catharine, Wolz had a player earn All-American honors and Player of the Year honors, he had six players earn All-Conference honors, and he had 28 players earn Academic All-Conference honors.
Prior to his time at St. Catharine, Wolz was the women’s soccer coach at Coker College in Hartsville, South Carolina. His two years at Coker College came after a stint as an assistant men’s soccer coach at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Wolz got his start in coaching at Cumberland College (now University of the Cumberlands) where he was with the women’s soccer program for eight seasons. He first served as an assistant for three years before serving as the head coach for five seasons.
During his tenure he became second in all time wins at the school and he was named Mid-South Conference Women’s Soccer Coach of the Year in 2003.
Wolz has also served as an assistant coach for the Louisville Lightning, a Professional Indoor Soccer Team in Louisville, Kentucky. The team finished as Professional Arena Soccer League (PASL) Open Cup Runner-Up and the staff was named the PASL Staff of the Year in their inaugural season in 2009-10.
Wolz holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from Cumberland College and a Master of Science from Western Kentucky University.
Tim and his wife, Stacie, have three kids, Logan, Grace, and Davis.