Tim Bohnenkamp, Boys U15 Head Coach
I joined the Boys Soccer Center of Excellence in August of 2022 as the U15 Boys Head coach. Previously I was the director of coaching for Papillion Soccer Club in Papillion, Nebraska.
I attended Creighton University from 2004-2008 and played a key role in four conference championships, an appearance in the Elite 8 in 2005, two Sweet-16 appearances in 2004 and 2007, and a first round appearance in 2006. During this time, I made the 2004 MVC all freshman team, the 2005 MVC all tournament team, and the 2007 MVC second team.
After my four-year career at Creighton ended, I was drafted by the San Jose Earthquakes in the 2008 MLS supplemental draft with the first pick in the second round. I ended up doing a preseason with San Jose and featuring in two games, but ultimately, did not sign with them.
I always knew I wanted to be a coach while I was a player, so I decided to hang up the boots to become a coach. My first coaching job was a huge success. I was the graduate assistant at Hastings College from 2009-2011. During this time, we won the programs first NAIA National Championship, set the NAIA all-time record for consecutive wins, and set a new NAIA national tournament record for most goals scored in a championship.
After my stint with Hastings, I came to Shattuck for the first time. I was an assistant with the U16DA team from 2012-2016. Shattuck let me experiment in our own lab and find different ways to cultivate training and to get the best out of not only players, but the coaches as well. Very few jobs in the country are as educational and hands on as this one. You get to be on the field as much as possible and get to be a master of your craft.
After I left Shattuck in 2016, I wanted to try my hand in the college game again. I went to Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida as an assistant coach. I spent two successful seasons there including advancing to the conference final in 2017.
After that, I went back to Hastings and became the head coach in 2018 and was there until 2021. During my time at Hastings, we advanced to another national championship, this time losing the final in 2019. I also coached numerous All-Americans, conference players of the year, and professionals.
Bob Moullin, Boys U15 Assistant Coach & Head of Recruiting
Born in Manchester, England, I bring over 40 years of coaching experiences to Shattuck-St. Mary's School. I have an A coaching license, and I received my BA in recreation management from Flagler College. At the collegiate level, I have coached a combined 19 years at Flagler College and Jacksonville University. While both institutional had many successful seasons, I enjoyed helping my players excel on and off the field. I am proud when I receive messages from former players thanking me for being an important influence that led to their success later in life. During my time working for US Soccer, I enjoyed helping clubs, states, and national youth teams improve in all aspects of the game. I was the head coach of region 3 for eight years, in addition to coaching in four Olympic festivals, and I was the assistant coach during two U17 World Cup tournaments in 1991 and 1993.
I believe SSM gives our players a wonderful opportunity to challenge themselves in the classroom and on the soccer field. I always encourage the players to enjoy themselves as they continue to develop their passion. I like to have a personal relationship with every single player in our program, and my goal is for each player to leave SSM ready for the next step in their journey.
I am happily married to Holly Moullin, who has multiple administrative jobs at SSM, and I have two children: Andrew '13 and Victoria '20.