Tim Strange: An outstanding Scott Gallagher alumni, Tim was a member of the 1984 State, Regional, and ultimate winner of the National McGuire Cup. Tim was recruited and attended St. Louis University from 1985-90 while continuing to play on the Senior scene for SGSC and a couple of years for the Kutis SC. A member of perennial State and Regional Championship Teams, Tim made it to the finals with his team one year, only to lose in the finals. Tim was in the right place at the right time when in 1989 when a position as assistant Men’s Team at McKendree University and the fit was a natural. In 1994 took over responsibilities as Head Coach for the Men and continued until 2011. In 1999, Tim started to carry two hats when he accepted the position of the Women’s Head Coach and continues to this day as their Head Coach. He was able to do both as stated for a number of years, but the Women’s Team has his undivided attention. With Conference Championships on the Men side in 2007-08-09 made Tim AMC Coach of the Year in 2007 and 08. On to the Women’s program, Tim has been named Conference Coach of the Year 10 years, 8 were consecutive years. Two consecutive NSCAA Regional Coach of the Year credits in 2007 and 08. The Women’s Team has bee just as successful, with GLVC Tournament Champions in 2016 and 2017 that included an automatic D2 National Tournament birth. 2018 regular season Conference Champions and an at-large birth into the D2 National Tournament.
Picture from SLU archives