Tim Geltz can look back on his four years at Bishop Moore High School as an excellent course of on-the-job training. Currently the soccer coach at Oviedo High School, he is also a professional soccer player for the Cocoa Expos.
Tim is the only member of the Hall of fame who is a now a professional ATHLETE. In high school, Tim was listed on the Under 20 U.S. National Team for 1987-1988. He was named Parade Magazine High School All-American in 1988, National Soccer Coaches Association of America first Team All-American in 1988, and 1987 Gatorade Circle of Champions Florida High School Player of the Year.
He was a member of the Junior Olympic AAU National Championship Team Under 18. He also was named to the High School Super Select Eleven for two years. Tim was on the All South Team for three years and on All-State and All-Conference teams for four years. He was named Orlando Amateur Athlete Association High School Soccer Player of the Year in 1988 and Orange County Most Valuable Player for 1986, 1987 and 1988.
He was starting forward at the University of South Florida in 1988. 1989. 1990 and 1991. He was named Metro Conference Most Valuable Player in 1991. He played Midfield Forward for the Orlando Lions in 1992 and 1993. After graduation, Tim trained with Eintracht Frankfurt Reserves and with Boca Juniors Reserves in (Argentina).
Today, Tim's hobbies include reading, coaching, and bike riding.