Tudor Flintham

Administrator

Head Men's Soccer Coach and Instructor in Health and Exerci in Athletics

Tudor Flintham was named the head men’s soccer coach at Gustavus on April 16, 2018. Flintham most recently completed his third season as the head men’s and women’s soccer coach at Nebraska Wesleyan University.

At Nebraska Wesleyan, Flintham guided the men’s and women’s programs to a combined 49 wins in his three seasons, including 33 shutouts. Last season the men went 11-7-1 overall and won their first playoff game in 20 years. The NWU men also finished undefeated at home and went 10-0-1 in his last 11 games in Lincoln. Flintham oversaw two-thirds of NWU’s overall playoff appearances, and prior to Flintham’s arrival the program had not made post season play for 16 seasons.  In the past three years, Flintham has developed one professional player, two CoSIDA Academic All-Americans, 18 All-IIAC, and six All-GPAC players.

Prior to his time at Nebraska Wesleyan, Flintham was the associate head soccer coach at Saint John’s University from 2010-14. He also served as an assistant at the College of Saint Benedict from 2012-14. In his last two seasons at CSB/SJU he coached 52 wins, two MIAC titles, three MIAC championship games, and travelled to the NCAA tournament.

From 2008-10, Flintham was head coach at both Valley Catholic High School in Beaverton, Ore. and the F.C. Portland Soccer Academy in Hillsboro, Ore. At Valley Catholic, he achieved a 29-4-4 record, the 2018 State Coach of the Year award, back-to-back District 1 Coach of the Year awards, and was a finalist for NCSAA National Coach of the Year.

Flintham earned his bachelor’s degree from Saint John’s in 2006. He was a three-year starting forward for the Johnnies, playing in 65 games from 2002-05 with 21 goals and 19 assists for 61 points. Flintham was an All-Region selection while earning MIAC All-Conference and Academic All-Conference in 2005. His senior year, Flintham captained the team to the conference playoff championship and finished the regular season as the MIAC statistical leader for both goals and assists.

In 2013, Flintham received a master’s degree in sports management from St. Cloud State University. He holds a F.A. Level One Coaching License, National Exercise Trainers Association Certification, and a USSF National C Coaching License.

Flintham is the ninth head coach in the history of Gustavus men’s soccer. Since the program began in 1967, the Gusties have amassed an all-time record of 517-220-104 and have gone 312-122-74 in the MIAC. Gustavus leads the MIAC with 14 conference championships and six playoff titles.


Course Taught

HES-151 (Men's Soccer)