|Full name||Timothy Mulqueen|
|Date of birth||1965|
|Place of birth||Woodbridge Township, New Jersey|
|Memphis 901 (head coach)|
|1985–1988||Saint Joseph's Hawks|
|1989||New Jersey Eagles|
|1997||North Jersey Imperials|
|2000–2004||Kansas City Wizards (assistant)|
|1998–2009||United States (goalkeeping)|
|2017–2018||Orlando City (assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
He graduated from St. Joseph's University in 1988. In 1989 Mulqueen played for the New Jersey Eagles in the ASL. In 1995-97 Mulqueen was listed as a player for the North Jersey Imperials in the USISL.
Mulqueen was an assistant coach at Rutgers University from 1988-1994. During that time Rutgers went to 3 Final Fours 1989, 1990 (National Finalist), and 1994.
He was goalkeeping coach for the MetroStars from 1996 to 1999 and the Kansas City Wizards from 2000 to 2004. Kansas City during that time won the 2000 MLS Supporters Shield, 2000 MLS Cup and the 2004 US Open Cup.
U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard credits Mulqueen with helping to establish his own career. Mulqueen waived fees so that Howard could be trained from the age of 12.
Mulqueen was goalkeeper coach for the United States National Team at the 2004 Summer Olympics qualifying tournament, 2005 CONCACAF U17 Tournament, 2007 CONCACAF U17 Tournament, 2005/2007 FIFA U-17 World Cups, 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup, 2008 Summer Olympics and the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup. Mulqueen also was an assistant coach of the 1995 Lafayette College Men's Soccer team, which made it to the NCAA Division I Tournament sweet 16.
Mulqueen is also a member of St.Joseph’s Metuchen High School Athletic Hall of Fame, St. Joseph’s University Soccer Hall of Fame, and Rutgers University Athletic Hall of Fame.
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