Tim Wolz has been a coach at the college level for almost 20 years. He started as an assistant coach for the women's soccer team at Cumberland College, his alma mater. During his tenure there, he became second all-time in wins at the school and was named Mid-South Coach of the Year in 2003. While at Cumberland, Wolz's teams made the Regional Tournament in four out of six seasons.
Wolz eventually left Cumberland to become the assitant for the men’s program at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Fla. before transitioning to Coker College in Hartsville SC to be the head coach for the women’s program. Wolz then became an assistant coach for the Louisville Lightning, a Professional Indoor Soccer League team. The team finished as PASL Open Cup Runner Up and won the PASL Staff of the Year in its inaugural season.
During the PASL season Wolz took on head coaching duties at St Catharine College, where he remained for seven years, earning the most wins of any men's soccer coach in the school's history. At SCC, he earned recognition as the NAIA South Region Coach of the Year and Mid-South Coach of the Year in 2014. Wolz holds the distinction of being the only coach in Mid-South Conference history to win Coach of the Year for both the men (2014) and women (2003).
He holds a Master’s degree in Sports Administration from Western Kentucky University and a Bachelor's degree in History from Cumberland College.
Wolz is married to Stacie Chambers Wolz and the couple has three children, Logan, Grace and Davis.