Timmy McCormack got his start in coaching at Huntingdon College as a student-assistant. He returned to his alma mater as the head men's soccer coach following the 2011 season and will field his first team in the fall of 2012.
A Montgomery native and 2008 Huntingdon graduate, McCormack was a three-year player for the Hawks. He earned All-Conference honors as a freshman and served as a student-assistant coach during his senior year.
Upon graduation, McCormack was hired as an assistant coach at Piedmont College. He was an assistant with the men's team in 2008 and worked with Piedmont's women's team from 2009-2011.
The Piedmont women were 44-14-1 the past three seasons and reached the Great South Athletic Conference tournament finals each year. In 2011, the Lions (17-3-1) won their first GSAC title since 2001 and advanced to the NCAA tournament for the first time.
McCormack worked primarily with the defenders and keepers at Piedmont. In his final two seasons, Piedmont allowed 28 goals in 41 games. The Lions led the GSAC in fewest goals against both seasons and set the school's top two marks in the category.
In his one season with the Piedmont men, McCormack worked with five All-Conference selections and the GSAC Player of the Year.
Before joining Piedmont, and during his time at Huntingdon, McCormack spent five seasons coaching with Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School. He was the Knights' head coach from 2006 to 2008. His first season, he took a team that was 4-17-1 the previous year and led them to a 12-9-2 record. His second team finished 15-5 and his final Catholic team finished 17-7 and reached the playoffs for the first time in 10 years.
McCormack is married to the former Jamie Edwards. Edwards is a former Huntingdon volleyball player and is entering her first season as Huntingdon's assistant volleyball coach.