Tim Fusina finished his fifth season as the Presidents’ assistant men's basketball coach during the 2012-13 academic year. He also spent two seasons as the W&J head men's tennis coach.
In 2008-2009, Fusina helped the men's basketball program win its first postseason tournament title in school history after claiming the ECAC Division III South Championship. Washington & Jefferson finished with a 20-10 overall record and became only the second team in school history to win 20 games.
As a tennis coach, Fusina helped the Presidents finish third at the 2010 PAC Championships where Christopher Faulk '10 became just the third player in the past 21 years to win a No. 1 singles title.
Fusina came to the Washington, Pa., campus after spending two seasons as the assistant men’s basketball coach at Pitt-Greensburg.
He served as the Bobcats’ recruiting coordinator and assisted with all aspects of the program. UPG posted an eight-game improvement in the standings and notched a 10-8 record in Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference play. He also has two seasons of experience (2003-2005) as an assistant coach at Penn State-Beaver.
Fusina graduated from California (Pa.) in 2007 with a degree in sport management. He obtained a master’s degree in sport management from the same university.