Tim Losee
Tim Losee
Title: Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: Springfield College '05, MEd '07, PhD '19

Education:

  • Springfield College – Bachelors of Science (B.S.) in Physical Education (2005)
  • Springfield College – Masters of Education (M.Ed) in Advanced Level Coaching (2007)
  • Springfield College – Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Teaching and Administration (2019)
  • American International College / Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies (CAGS) in School Administration (2014)

Experience:

  • PSU, Women’s Tennis Assistant Coach (2018-present)
  • Springfield College, Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach (2009-11)
  • Springfield College, Men’s Tennis Assistant Coach (2005-07)
  • Evergreen Sports Center, Head Tennis Professional (2012-present)
  • Silver Bay YMCA, Head Tennis Professional (2012-present)
  • Maccabi Games, Head Coach of Juniors (2015)
  • Springfield JCC, Head Professional (2015)
  • Longmeadow Country Club, Head Professional (2009-10)
  • Belvoir Terrace Camp, Tennis Instructor (2009)
  • Executive Health Club, Tennis Instructor (2007-08)
  • Windridge Tennis Camp, Tennis Instructor (2006)
  • East Longmeadow Tennis Camp, Tennis Instructor (2003) 

Coaching Highlights

  • PSU, LEC Women’s Tennis Finalists (2018)
  • Springfield College, 11 NEWMAC Academic All-Conference Team players (2009-11)
  • Springfield College, 4 First Team NEWMAC All Conference players (2009-11)
  • Springfield College, Women’s Tennis NEWMAC Rookie of the Year, Sam Carney (2009)
  • Springfield College, Men’s Tennis NEWMAC Rookie of the Year, Trevor Romanzi (2007)
  • Springfield College, Men’s Tennis 2-time NEWMAC Quarterfinalists (2009-11)

AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
As a Coach:

  • Professional Tennis Registry / Certified Instructor
  • United States Professional Tennis Association / Developmental Coach

As a Player:

  • Springfield College, Men’s Tennis Team (2001-05)

Personal Information:

  • Residence: Lisbon, N.H.
  • Day Job: full-time faculty member in the Health and Human Performance department at PSU, where he primarily teaches Health and Physical Education Teacher Certification courses