Jim Wojtkun

Jim Wojtkun

Jim Wojtkun enters his fourth season as the head coach women’s soccer coach at Baldwin Wallace University in 2020.  In his three seasons at the helm, the Yellow Jackets have won 33 games and have qualified for the OAC Tournament each year. Wojtkun’s focus is in developing the total student- athlete while still creating a challenging and championship focused environment.

Wojtkun at Baldwin Wallace

  • .575 winning percentage in his first 3 seasons
  • First full-time women’s coach in program history, replaced men’s soccer head coach Reid Ayers who had responsibility for both men’s and women’s programs for 15 seasons
  • Ranked regionally in each of first three season.
  • US Soccer Coaches Team Academic Award recipients each season

Wojtkun Accomplishments

  • Recruited the programs first All-American and Academic All-American
  • Recruited the programs first player to be both an All-American and Academic All-American concurrently
  • Consistently leads the Ohio Athletic Conference in Academic All-OAC selections
  • Combined team GPA of 3.65 in the Spring Semester of 2020

Professional Background

  • Olympic Development, Club and Community Coach for more than 30 years
  • US Soccer Federation and the US Soccer Coaches Professionally Licensed
  • Quick Hands Goalkeeping Academy Coach
  • Former Regional Director of GK1 Goalkeeping Academy
  • 2003 Ohio High School Association Division II State Championship Assistant Coach at Bay Village High School
  • State and Regional Championship Head Club Coach

Personal

  • Four-year letter winner at the University of Dayton
  • Bachelor of Arts in communication from University of Dayton
  • Master of Business Administration from Xavier University
  • Cleveland native
  • St. Edward High School graduate
  • Resides in North Olmsted with his wife Sue
  • Daughter, Allison '08, was a three-time All-OAC selection and an Academic All-American
 This page was last updated on September 2, 2020