Associate Head Coach
Muhlenberg College '95
No. 4 in NCAA All-Time Winning Percentage - .844 (165-21-23)
Tim O'Donohue finished his first season with the University of Connecticut in 2011, taking the Huskies to the NCAA Quarterfinals. UConn finished with a 19-3-3 record in O'Donohue's first season in Storrs.
O'Donohue spent the previous 10 seasons at Stevens Institute of Technology. After taking over at the helm of Stevens in 2001, O'Donohue kept the Ducks in the top-20 of the NSCAA poll for eight consecutive seasons. During his tenure, Stevens reached the third round of the NCAA Tournament in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2009. O'Donohue left Stevens with the fourth-highest winning percentage all-time at any level of college soccer with a .844 winning percentage based on a record of 165-21-23.
O'Donohue led the 2006 Ducks to an undefeated record while the 2008 squad advanced to the NCAA National Championship.
After joining the Empire 8 in 2007, Stevens went on to win the conference title in each season it was a member of the league. Prior to the four consecutive Empire 8 championships, the Ducks won the Skyline Conference Championship in 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2006.
Four of O'Donohue's players were honored as first-team NSCAA All-Americans in 2009 and 2010 and 12 players have received All-America accolades during his career at Stevens. There have been 39 NSCAA All-Region performers, five CoSIDA Academic All-Americans, and 77 all-conference athletes over the last 10 years. Seven times O'Donohue coached the conference Player of the Year and he was named the Skyline and Empire 8 Doug May Memorial Coach of the Year one time each in addition to being named the East Region Coach of the Year in 2003.
The Stevens Institute of Technology program achieved great academic success during O'Donohue's tenure. During the 2009, 2010 seasons, O'Donohue helped continue the great academic standards at Stevens as 21 of 25 players maintained a GPA above 3.0.
O'Donohue holds several merits from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) including a Premier Diploma and a Master Coach Diploma. O'Donohue was one of the first five coaches to be presented with the honor in the NCAA landscape. He also previously served as the Region III Technical Director for the NSCAA.
A 1995 graduate of Muhlenberg College with a degree in English, O'Donohue was a four-year starter and helped lead the team to four-straight NCAA Tournament appearances including a berth to the 1995 Final Four. He was inducted into the Muhlenberg Athletics Hall of Fame as part of the 1995 men's soccer team.