Women’s Basketball Adds Tim Boeni as Strength and Conditioning Coach

Tim Boeni will serve as the women’s basketball strength and conditioning coach. Image courtesy of Ole Miss Sports.

Ole Miss women’s basketball coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin announced Thursday the addition of Tim Boeni to her staff as strength and conditioning coach.

Boeni served alongside coach McPhee-McCuin at Jacksonville University for the past three seasons. He was an integral part of the program that included three-straight 20-win seasons and an NCAA Tournament berth. At JU, Boeni was also in charge of baseball and men’s rowing, and he assisted with the football program.

“I am extremely excited to have Tim as our new strength coach,” McPhee-McCuin said. “Tim was part of our championship run at Jacksonville and was a key part in building the program there. He understands my philosophy and will be a vital piece to the puzzle as we build a championship culture here at Ole Miss.”

Prior to Boeni’s tenure at Jacksonville, he was a volunteer assistant track and field coach at Monmouth University from 2011-2013. Before Monmouth, he served as a volunteer assistant at his alma mater, Temple University, working with the sprinters and jumpers from 2010-2011. He has also served as a performance specialist at several private facilities.

During his athletic career at Temple, Boeni was a three-time qualifier for the USA Track & Field Championships, finishing fourth indoors in the 2013 long jump. He was the 2010 Atlantic 10 Indoor Field Performer of the Year, as well as the 2010 IC4A champion in the long jump—one of the oldest track meets in the United States exclusively including schools from the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. Boeni was a six-time A-10 all-conference honoree, and he set the A-10 outdoor record in the long jump at 25 feet, 2.75 inches. He holds an overall PR of 25 feet, 8 inches, and was also part of Temple’s 4×100-meter relay team that set a 40.42 second record.

Boeni received his bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from Temple University in 2010 and earned his master’s in exercise science from California University of Pennsylvania in 2015.


Adam Brown is the sports editor of HottyToddy.com. He can be reached at adam.brown@hottytoddy.com.

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