Tim Mosby enters his fifth season as the head coach at St. Louis Community College. In the previous four seasons, Mosby has rebuilt the men's soccer program on a national level, including capturing the 2016 Region 16 championship and seeing the Archers climb up to NJCAA national polls topping out at #6 during the season. In 2017, Mosby followed up with a repeat MCCAC Championship and Region XVI Title. The Archers also won the Central District Championship leading to a 5th place finish in the NJCAA NAtional Tournament while staying consistently in the top 5 ranked teasm in the NJCAA Polls.
Mosby starting his coaching career in 2004 at Marquette H.S., as he helped lead them the to the MSHSAA Final Four in 2005 and also saw them capture 3 conference championships. After taking over a 2 win STLCC soccer team in 2013, the Archers improved to 7 wins his first season, 16 wins his second season and 18 wins in his third season at the helm, including a MCCAC championship and Region 16 championship. The success helped lead to Mosby being named MCCAC and Region 16 Coach of the year.
Mosby, a former STLCC-Florissant Valley soccer player who earned Academic All-American honors during the 2001 season, where he graduated with a B.S. in Education from UMSL in 2003.
STLCC Career Record:
2015 16-6-2 Region XVI Semi-Finals
2016 18-1-2 MCCAC Championship, Region XVI Championship
2017 23-1-0 MCCAC Championship, Region XVI Championship, Central District Championship, NJCAA National Tournament - 5th Place