Tim Boeni was named Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at Jacksonville University in July 2015. He is directly responsible for the strength and conditioning of baseball, women’s basketball and men’s rowing programs, while assisting with football.
Prior to coming to Jacksonville, he served as a volunteer assistant track and field coach at Monmouth University working with jumpers (2011-2013). Before Monmouth, he served as a volunteer assistant at Temple University working with the sprints and jumps (2010-2011).
He has also served as a performance specialist at several private facilities.
During his athletic career, Boeni was a three-time USA Track and Field National Championship participant, placing fourth at the Indoor National Championships in 2013. He was a 2010 Atlantic 10 Indoor Track and Field “Field Performer of the Year”, a 2010 IC4A champion in the long jump and a six-time Atlantic 10 “All-Conference” team member. With a personal best long jump of 25 feet, eight inches, he still holds the Atlantic 10 outdoor record in the long jump (25 feet, 2.75 inches) and was part of the Temple University record 4x100m relay team (40.42)
Boeni holds certifications through NSCA (CSCS), CSCCa (SCCC), NASM (PES and CES), USATF (Level 1), NASE (Speed Specialist Level II) and a Certified Sprint Specialist through USTFCCCA.
Boeni received his bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from Temple University in 2010 and earned his master’s in exercise science from California University of PA in 2015.
A native of Brick, N.J., he currently resides in Jacksonville with his wife, Erin, and his daughter, Violet.