One of the truly good guys at Texas Tech, Tim Siegel, has decided to retire to spend more time with his family. Texas Tech punter Taylor Symmank is on the Ray Guy Award Watch List, plus, so much more.
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Siegel Retires. Tim Siegel, the men’s head tennis coach, has announced that he’s retiring from Texas Tech, but will stay in Lubbock and coach the middle and high schools for Lubbock Cooper. Siegel said that he wants to spend more time with is family. Siegel has two daughters at Laura Bush Middle School and this makes a ton of sense for him to be around his kids while coaching a bit more.
Siegel almost stepped away a few years ago and came back to coach again and he’s been coaching at Texas Tech for the past 23 years and left having the #19 team in the nation last year.
This decision will allow me to spend more time with my family,” Siegel said in a statement. “I look forward to pursuing coaching and teaching here in Lubbock. These past 23 years have been incredible. I want to thank all of my former and current players, and all of the great people I have worked with at Tech. I love Texas Tech with all my heart, and will continue to be the biggest supporter of this great University. Guns up!
Siegel is a good dude. Real good. I’m incredibly happy for him and jealous that he’s going to spend as much time as he can with his kids. Good for him. Congrats and we wish you well.
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