Former UCF standout Tim Boeth begins his first season as the volunteer assistant coach on Jay Bergman's staff. Boeth played two seasons for the Golden Knights in 1998 and 1999 before a stint in professional baseball with the Anaheim Angel organization.
Boeth will coach the infielders and bunting while also working with the base runners. In addition, Boeth is the team travel coordinator and is involved with the Jay Bergman Baseball Camps.
During his career in Orlando, Boeth was one of the best base stealers in school history. In just two years, Boeth is fourth in career history with 70 stolen bases.
Boeth was a two-time all-TAAC honoree at UCF. In 1998, the Tallahassee native hit .303 with 25 stolen bases. In 1999, Boeth hit .361 with 45 stolen bases, 60 runs, three homers and 39 RBI. His 45 stolen bases still rank third in UCF single-season history.
Following the 1999 campaign, Anaheim drafted Boeth in the 33rd round. He played one season in the Anaheim organization before coming back to UCF in 2001.