Tim McCarty

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Tim McCarty
Sport(s) Football
Current position
Title Head coach
Team East Central
Conference GAC
Record 39–46
Playing career
1983 Fort Hays State
Position(s) Defensive lineman
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1984 Fort Hays State (SA)
1985 Russell HS (KS)
1986 Hays HS (KS)
1987 Kansas (GA)
1988 Middle Tennessee (TE)
1989 Shawnee Mission North HS (KS)
1990–1993 Dodge City CC (OC)
1994–1997 Southwest Baptist (OC/OL)
1999 Greenville (OL)
1999–2003 Tabor
2004–2005 East Central
2006–2008 Kansas State (assistant HC)
2009–present East Central
Head coaching record
Overall 62–74 (college)
Tournaments 0–1 (NAIA playoffs)
Accomplishments and honors
1 LSC North Division (2010)

Tim McCarty is an American football coach and former player. He is currently the head football coach at East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma, a position he first held from 2004 to 2005 and then resume in 2009.[1] From 1999 to 2003 McCarty was the head football coach at Tabor College in Hillsboro, Kansas. His two tenures at East Central were sepeated by a three-year stint at the assistant head football coach at Kansas State University.

Playing career[edit]

McCarty prepped at Concordia Junior-Senior High School in Concordia, Kansas and is a 1985 graduate of Fort Hays State University. He was a defensive lineman and served as a team captain for the 1983 squad that produced an 8–3 record. McCarty earned a master's of education in administration from Middle Tennessee State University in 1994.[2]

Coaching career[edit]

McCarty, a native Kansan, became Kansas State assistant coach on December 8, 2005 and was among head coach Ron Prince's first hires at Kansas State.[3] He held that position from 2006 until 2008.

McCarty came to Kansas State after a two-year stint as the head coach at East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma. While at East Central, McCarty guided the Tigers to a 9–11 record, including a 6–4 finish in his first season in 2004 after being picked to finish last in the Lone Star Conference’s North Division that year.

Prior to East Central, McCarty coached Tabor College to an National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) power from the ground up. In his first season at Tabor in 1999, the Bluejays had just 14 players in the program and struggled through a 0–10 campaign. McCarty guided Tabor to a 3–7 record in 2000, a 5–5 mark in 2001, a 6–4 ledger in 2002 and ultimately a 9–2 record in 2003 that saw the Bluejays achieve a No. 15 national ranking and the program's first berth in the NAIA playoffs.

Personal life[edit]

McCarty is married to the former Jillian Bailey of Brentwood, Tennessee. The couple have two daughters.

Head coaching record[edit]


Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs NAIA Coaches'#
Tabor Bluejays (Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference) (1999–2003)
1999 Tabor 0–10
2000 Tabor 3–7
2001 Tabor 5–5
2002 Tabor 6–4
2003 Tabor 9–2 L NAIA First Round 15
Tabor: 23–28
East Central Tigers (Lone Star Conference) (2004–2005)
2004 East Central 6–4 5–4 / 3–2 T–6th / T–3rd (North)
2005 East Central 3–7 2–7 / 2–3 T–11th / T–3rd (North)
East Central Tigers (Lone Star Conference) (2009–2010)
2009 East Central 0–11 0–10 / 0–5 13th / 6th (North)
2010 East Central 5–6 5–5 / 5–1 T–6th / T–1st (North)
East Central Tigers (Great American Conference) (2011–present)
2011 East Central 8–3 6–2 3rd
2012 East Central 6–5 4–4 T–4th
2013 East Central 5–5 5–5 T–6th
2014 East Central 6–5 6–4 T–4th H.O.T Bowl
East Central: 39–46 33–41
Total: 62–74
      National championship         Conference title         Conference division title
#Rankings from final NAIA Coaches' Poll.


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