Coach Tim Martinson (JV)
Coach Martinson earned his B.S in Kinesiology and Physical Education from the University of Maine. After receiving his B.S, he went on to earn his M.Ed in Exercise Science from the University of Maine. Finally, he earned a C.A.S. in Cardiovascular Health and Special Education. Through his diverse educational experiences, Coach Martinson has developed a deep love for learning and educating.
Coach Martinson was born in Lowell, Massachusetts -- about 15 miles north of Boston. He began playing soccer at the age of 5 and soon discovered that while on the pitch, he belonged between the pipes. He would go on to play for several premiere teams in and around the city of Boston before he moved to Maine at the age of 13.
Coach Martinson started for three years as the goalkeeper at Scarborough High School. His sophomore and junior year, he was named as a 1st team all conference goalkeeper. During his senior year, he helped Scarborough High School advance to the State of Maine Class A State final game. He was also named to the state of Maine's "All-State" team. Coach Martinson then played one year at Keene State College, a Division III school in New Hampshire. After his freshman year, he transferred to the University of Maine, a Division 1 school. However, shortly after he transferred, the Men's soccer program was suddenly cut due to funding restraints.
In 2009, Coach Martinson joined the Bangor High School men's soccer staff as an assistant varsity coach. In 2010, he helped coach Bangor to a Class A state championship. He coached for two more years at Bangor before his move to Utah.