Veteran high school coach Tim Lounsbury begins his fourth year with the Cumberland staff, working primarily with wide receivers and tight ends.
Lounsbury helped Denarius Toliver earn Second Team All-Mid-South Conference honors in 2017 with 20 receptions for 481 yards and five touchdowns, leading the club in receiving yards and receiving TDs.
The Watertown, N.Y., native has worked as a teacher, coach and strength and conditioning specialist for the last 11 years at Lebanon High School, including wide receiver position coach for the Blue Devils. He also served three years as a teacher and coach at Mt. Juliet High, including position coach for quarterbacks, wide receivers and running backs as well as strength and conditioning for the Bears.
Prior to his time in middle Tennessee, Lounsbury spent seven years in southeast Texas, serving as a volunteer coach at Louise High School in Louise, Texas, while finishing his undergraduate degree at the University of Houston.
He also served as a graduate assistant at UH, working with quarterbacks and wide receivers and also with strength and conditioning, and spent four years as an assistant at Clear Creek High School in Houston, coaching quarterbacks and wide receivers for the Wildcats.
Lounsbury earned his bachelor’s in Exercise Science from Houston in 1997.