Tim Dwyer is in his first year as a coach at UMass, joining the staff during the spring of 2005. Dwyer will serve as the assistant offensive line coach working with Brian Picucci. Dwyer continues his relationship with head coach Don Brown and many of the coaches at UMass, as he played for them at Northeastern from 2000-03.
Following his playing career, Dwyer worked in the Athletic Facilities office at Northeastern assisting with field preparation.
As a player, Dwyer was a four-year letterwinner as an offensive tackle at Northeastern helping the Huskies to the 2002 A-10 championship. He won the Zabilski Award for team dedication in 2003. He also won the 2002 and 2003 Iron Man Award. He started every game over his last two seasons with the Huskies at left tackle taking over for All-Conference pick Jim Bode.
Dwyer is a native of Manhasset, N.Y. and resides in Amherst.
Dwyer's Collegiate Coaching File Years School Assignment 2005 Massachusetts Asst. Offensive Line
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