ECNL Head of Scouting
Tim Walters was named the second head coach in Omaha women’s soccer history in December 2016.
Walters spent six seasons as an assistant with the Omaha men’s soccer program, serving on the sidelines with head coach Jason Mims since the program’s inception in 2011.
Walters helped the squad post an overall 29-16-9 (.620) record over the past three seasons, including two Summit League regular-season championships (2014, 2016). He started his coaching career as an assistant coach at Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla., where he was an assistant under head coach Keith Buckley for one season. In 2010, he helped the Tars to a 15-4-3 overall record and a national runner-up finish in NCAA Division II.
A native of St. Louis, Mo., Walters started his collegiate playing career with one season at Kentucky and transferred to Creighton for his final three years of eligibility. An attacking player, he started 29 of the 53 matches he appeared in and tallied seven goals and seven assists over his final two seasons. During Creighton’s 16-2-2 campaign in 2008, Walters had three goals and three assists. All three of his goals as a senior were game-winners, including clutch shots at sixth-ranked California and against Bradley in the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament semifinals.
Walters and his wife, Molly, have a daughter, Finley, and a son, Tim.
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