Tim Cawley begins his 11th season at Colorado State where he is responsible for the multi-events as well as the horizontal jumps and pole vault.
Cawley has seen his student-athletes break numerous school records in a variety of events, ranging from the 60 meter dash to the heptathlon. While at CSU Cawley has coached eight All-American performances, 23 NCAA Championship qualifiers, 17 conference champions and several NCAA Regional qualifiers.
During the 2012 season Cawley was awarded the Order of Ikkos Medal for coaching Janay DeLoach, a former Ram, to an Olympic Bronze Medal in the long jump. In the upcoming 2014 season DeLoach will look for her fourth consecutive USA Indoor Championship long jump title as well as defend her USA Outdoor Championship title. 2013 also saw DeLoach place third in the 60 meter hurdles at the USA Indoor Championships. In 2011 DeLoach was third at the USA Indoor Championships in the Pentathlon.
Cawley joined the Rams from Wisconsin-Milwaukee Where he was an assistant coach. During his stint with the Panthers Cawley oversaw sprints, hurdles, jumps, pole vault, javelin, hammer, and assisted in the day-to-day operations of the program. In two seasons, Cawley coached 43 conference champions and 21 school records.
Prior to Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Cawley spent two years as the jumps coordinator at West Virginia University. While there he coached one All-American, two NCAA qualifiers, and two conference champions. He also received his master's degree from West Virginia in Athletic Coaching Education.
Cawley developed a sprint sled specifically designed to be pulled over blocks. This sprint sled has been picked up by and is now sold by Gill Athletics. Cawley has presented at many high school coaches clinics and will be featured in a horizontal jumps instructional video released by Championship Videos.
Cawley earned his degree in Art Education from the University of Wyoming, where he competed in the jumps and was on the 4 x 100 meter relay team. At the NCAA Championships, he earned All-American honors in 1998 in the long jump and also competed in the triple jump. In 2008 he finished in the top ten at the USA Indoor Championships in the triple jump. Cawley is a USATF Level 1 coach and lives in Fort Collins with his wife and fellow Colorado State University track coach Cathleen Cawley.