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Tim Gould

Tim Gould begins his second campaign at the helm of the Owls men's soccer program here at The W.


During his first year at The W and during the inaugural season of Owls men's soccer, the Owls completed the 2017 season 4-10-2 with victories over fellow USCAA institution Oakwood University, Hendrix College, and The Crown College of the Bible. He coached Academic All-American Sam Martin and Renasant Bank Athlete of the Month Paxton Bounds.


Gould coached at the high school and club levels in Illinois, and has served as an NCAA DIII head coach for five seasons. As a high school coach, Gould held a 203-97-11 record while his teams won multiple conference and tournament championships. Gould joined the staff at Blackburn College in 2013. As head women’s soccer coach, Gould had multiple players named St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week, as well as all-SLIAC and academic all-SLIAC performers.


Gould was hired in November of 2016 to start the men’s program at The W. Following a successful opening season in the fall of 2017, the Owls are looking to continually improve the program in the four core areas of Academics, Athletics, Community, and Life.


Gould has earned multiple coaching certificates including United Soccer Coaches Advanced National Diploma, USSF D License, and a USSF Youth National License. He has also been an attendee at CBC Dutch Touch Coaching Symposium, What Drives Winning Conference, and Way of Champions Conference.


Gould was a four-year starter on defense at Blackburn College. During his playing career, the Beavers finished top four in the SLIAC three times.


Gould graduated with a bachelor of arts in English with secondary certification in 2006 from Blackburn College. In 2015, he received his master’s in education (Positive Coaching) from the University of Missouri.

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