Coach Crompton enters his 14th season as head coach of the Wildcats after taking over for co-head coaches Lynn Kofoed and Tom VudhiVadhana in the summer of 2004.
Crompton led the Wildcats to a 10-5-5 overall record and the Big Sky Conference tournament championship in 2013 as Weber State defeated Portland State to win the title and advance to the program's third NCAA appearance.
Crompton also led the Wildcats to the Big Sky Conference championship each of his first two years, and he was honored with the Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year award both seasons.
In Crompton’s inaugural season as head coach, he guided WSU to the program’s second Big Sky Championship and to its first-ever berth in the NCAA College Cup. The ‘Cats finished the season at 8-10-2 overall. After finishing the Big Sky regular season in fourth place at 2-2-2, the ‘Cats posted two shutouts to knock off Portland State and Montana and claim the Big Sky tournament title. The postseason run ended with a 3-0 loss in the NCAA First Round. In that match, WSU fell to fifth-ranked Portland on the Pilots’ home turf.
In 2005, the Wildcats won their second-straight conference title, posting the third-best record in school history. The ‘Cats also advanced to the second round of the NCAA College Cup with a shootout win over Brigham Young, and narrowly missed advancing to the Sweet 16, falling to Arizona 1-0 in the second round. After dueling to a 1-1 draw over 120 minutes of play, the Wildcats defeated the Cougars with a 4-3 edge in penalty kicks for the program’s first-ever College Cup win.
In 2008, the Wildcats claimed the Big Sky regular season championship with a 5-2 conference record (9-10-2 overall). WSU extended its streak of Big Sky postseason appearances to six-straight years and made it four-straight years of finishing in the top two in the league standings. The ‘Cats fell to Northern Arizona in the conference title game.
In 2011, Weber State finished in third place in the Big Sky regular season, but advancing to the Big Sky postseason championship match before coming up short in a penalty kick shootout against Montana.
In 2012, the Wildcats finished 5-3-1 in league play, advancing to the tournament with eight freshman starters, before falling in a penalty kick shootout against tournament host Idaho State.
In 2013, WSU finished 5-2-2 in league play, advancing to the tournament for the third straight year, and defeating Northern Arizona and Portland State to make the program's third appearance in the NCAA tournament.
Under Crompton’s charge, the Wildcats have posted a 89-115-26 overall record and have won over 50 percent of their Big Sky Conference regular season games (42-37-12, .527). Crompton is 6-7-3 as a head coach in postseason play.
Crompton spent one season as an assistant coach with the Weber State women’s soccer program prior to becoming head coach. Over the three years prior to joining the Weber State staff, he was the head coach of the WSU men’s club soccer program and guided them to the 2002 National Club Championship. In both 2000 and 2001, his teams also finished in the top-10 nationally.
Tim’s previous coaching experience also includes five years as head coach at Fremont High School, seven years as an assistant at Ogden High School, and two years as an assistant with the WSU men’s club soccer team. He has also served as the president of the Advantage Soccer Club and as WSU’s Head Soccer Instructor of the National Youth Sports Program.
Crompton graduated from Weber State in 1996 with a degree in Physical Education and Coaching. He currently holds a United States Soccer Federation National “A” License and National Soccer Coaches of America “Premier Diploma”. Coach Crompton has been on the Olympic Devolopment Program (ODP) coaching staff since 2007 as a Head Coach in various age groups Utah, and as a Region Staff Coach for Region IV ODP.
Coach Crompton has spent the past 25 plus years developing players in our local community and continues to mentor players of all levels.
Tim and his wife Dani have two children, Chansi, who is a junior on this year's team, and Rhees.