MONDAY, AUGUST 05, 2002
Men's Soccer Names Tim Broderick Assistant Coach

Aug. 5, 2002

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The Jacksonville University men's soccer team has hired Tim Broderick as assistant coach. Broderick will assist head coach Bob Moullin in all aspects of the Dolphin program, including recruiting, on-field instruction, travel coordination and monitoring academic progress. Broderick played for Moullin at Flagler College from 1994-96, where he helped lead the Saints to a pair of conference championships and a No. 15 national ranking in 1996.

"I have the utmost confidence in Tim because he has played for me for three seasons and he has coached at a high level," Moullin said. "He will be valuable to us because he has worked with the best local players and is a wonderful role model who can relate to younger players."

Broderick also played for the Memphis Football Club in Memphis, Tenn., where he helped the team place third in the Snickers U.S. Youth National Championship in 1996. Broderick then played professionally with the Columbus Comets of the Eastern Indoor Soccer League in 1997, before going overseas to train with the third division French team, Frejus-Raphael in Frejus, France, before settling in the A-League with the Jacksonville Cyclones from 1998-2000.

Broderick began his coaching career as an assistant at Ridgeview High School in Orange Park, where he helped lead the team to its first-ever district championship in 1994. He coached the under-15 and under-18 teams for the Jacksonville Jaguars Soccer Club and also was an assistant coach at The Bolles School in 2002, where he helped lead the Bulldogs to the district and regional championships en route to the FHSSA semifinals.

A 26-year-old native of Middleburg, Fla., Broderick was a three-year starter for Middleburg High School from 1992-1994. He is currently completing his degree in graphic design at JU.

The Dolphins, who return seven starters from last year's Atlantic Sun runner-up team, will kickoff the 2002 campaign by hosting Brewton Parker on Aug. 30 at 5 p.m. at the Ashley Sports Complex.