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Athletic Hall of Fame

Timothy O. Schum

Timothy O. Schum

'60


At Rochester:

  • Letters in soccer, basketball, and baseball
  • Played for the only undefeated soccer team in school history (1957)
  • All-New York State soccer honors for three consecutive years
  • Once hit four home runs in a baseball game vs. Hamilton
  • B.A. in History in 1960

Post-Graduate:

  • Master's degree in education from Columbia Teacher's College in 1962
  • Accepted a position as a physical education teacher at Harpur College in 1963, now Binghamton University
  • Coached golf, baseball, and soccer at Binghamton
  • In 29 years as the men's soccer coach at Binghamton, he made 16 post-season appearances (8 in the NCAA), won the ECAC title in 1972, and 6 SUNYAC crowns
  • Retired from coaching in 1992 with a career mark of 259-126-43
  • Retired as a professor of Physical Education and Associate Director of External Affairs at Binghamton in December, 2002
  • Past-president of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)
  • Served as Editor of the NSCAA's publication, Soccer Journal, for 22 years
  • Received both the NSCAA's Honor Award-for meritorious service-and the Bill Jeffrey Award-for outstanding service in intercollegiate soccer