Tim Dempsey - Head
Now entering his
eighth season as the Mountaineers first head soccer coach, Tim
Dempsey has laid the foundation for a successful future.
seasons already established a reputation as solid fundamental
teams highlighted by a tenacious defense.
Dempsey came to
Mansfield after a stint as the most successful coach in the
Mayflower Conference history. In 12 years as the head mentor at
Green Mountain College in Vermont, his Eagles won 11 conference
championships, advancing to the NAIA National Championship
Tournament in 1990, 1996 and 2000. His 2000 team also posted an
undefeated record and ranked #6 in the nation.
Dempsey was the
Mayflower Conference Women’s Soccer Coach of the Year in 1989,
90, 91, 94, 97, 98 and 2000 and the NAIA District V Coach of the
Year in 1992 and NSCAA Regional Coach of the Year in 1990, 96,
99 and 2000.
In addition to his
success on the soccer field at Green Mountain, Dempsey also
served as head women’s basketball coach where he directed his
team’s to Mayflower Championships five times while being named
Coach of the Year on six occasions.
A legendary high
school player in his native New Jersey, Dempsey went on to
become a four-year First Team All-Conference play at Glassboro
State College (now Rowan College) and was captain of the 1981
National Championship Team while earning All-American honors.
In 1982, Dempsey
graduated Magna Cum Laude from Glassboro with a BA in health and
Dempsey, along with
his wife Heather, is very active member of the Mansfield
community serving as a member of the board of MARA soccer and
the United Fund. They live in Mansfield with their children
Colleen, Ryan and Erin.
Mansfield, Pa. 16933