Tim Felderman ('95)
Baseball - Basketball - Cross Country
A two-time All-Iowa Conference shortstop and All-Region selection, Tim Felderman (C'95) earned nine varsity letters (four-baseball, three-cross country, two-basketball) at the University of Dubuque. He graduated as the All-time career record holder in batting average (.387), hits (199), runs (119), total bases (246), at bats (514), games played (148), and defensive assists (320). In 1994 he set school records in hits (60) and assists (118). Felderman was named First Team All-Iowa Conference in 1994 and 1995. While playing at UD and working on his physical education degree, he also played in the Northwoods League, a summer collegiate baseball league that features some of the top collegiate players from across the nation. As a senior in 1995 the Spartans set a school record with 22 wins. From 2000 to 2003 he assisted his former coach Dennis Rima as an assistant coach.
A Dubuque native, Felderman served as head cross country coach and assistant baseball coach at Clarke College from 1995-1997. Currently, he is a wellness education teacher and head baseball coach at Dubuque Senior High School. In addition, he has coached volleyball and basketball for the Dubuque Public Schools since his graduation from UD. He completed his master's degree in physical education from Loras College in 2002.