Utah High School Activities Association Names Waterford's Tim Dolbin 2012 Girls Soccer Coach of the Year
2012 Girls Soccer Coach of the Year, Tim Dolbin, is the varsity coach at The Waterford School, a private college-preparatory school in Utah.
Sandy, UT (PRWEB) October 31, 2012
Tim Dolbin was recently selected as the UHSAA 2012 Girls Soccer Coach of the Year. Dolbin has been a math teacher and soccer coach at the Waterford School for 18 years. Waterford is a private school located in Sandy, Utah.
Dolbin's 18 years of soccer coaching experience at Waterford includes Middle School Coach, Girls and Boys Varsity Assistant Coach and Girls and Boys Varsity Head Coach. Prior to his tenure at Waterford, Dolbin served as Assistant Coach at Murray High School and both Assistant Coach and Head Coach at Lehi High School.
The announcement tops off a banner year of Waterford Girls soccer, with a recent State Championship title. The championship is Waterford's second in a row and its fourth title in the past five years.
A congratulatory letter from Robert Cuff, Executive Director of the UHSAA stated, “We appreciate your passion and dedication to the high school youth whom you serve. We feel you exemplify the highest standards of sportsmanship, ethical conduct and moral character. We also feel you are a coach who enjoys success in your sport, but more importantly, you model positive behavior for your athletes to follow.”
“To me, finding a way to win a championship is somewhat like solving a mathematical problem. I identify all the variables and come up with an algorithm that will accomplish a task,” said Dolbin. “I see the lessons of athletics as an important part of the Waterford philosophy. Coaching at Waterford has been a great way to help students learn how to reach their goals.”
The Waterford School is Utah's premier private, college-preparatory school for students in preschool through grade 12.
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