|Coaching career (HC unless noted)
|Salve Regina Club Team (assistant)
|La Salle Academy (Rhode Island)
|Portsmouth High School (RI)
|Head coaching record
|Accomplishments and honors
|2 ECFC (1996–1997)
2 NEFC (1998–1999)
Tim Coen is a retired American football coach. He was the head coach at Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island building that program from the ground up. He served as a coach that competed at the club level in 1992 and then at the varsity level from 1993 to 1999.
After stepping away from college coaching, he was a highly successful high school coach at La Salle Academy in Providence, Rhode Island.
|Salve Regina Seahawks (NCAA Division III independent)(1993)
|Salve Regina Seahawks (Eastern Collegiate Football Conference)(1994–1997)
|L ECAC Bowl
|Salve Regina Seahawks (New England Football Conference)(1998–1999)
|W ECAC Bowl
|L ECAC Bowl
|National championship Conference title Conference division title or championship game berth
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