Tom Duffy is starting his 14th season with the Tribe staff. Prior to
helping with the coaching duties at William and Mary, Duffy spent six
seasons on the staff at Hartwick.
During his 13 seasons with W&M, the Tribe has an overall
record of 146-101-37 (.579), including a 76-40-20 (.623) Colonial
Athletic Association mark. The College has advanced to five NCAA
Tournaments and won CAA Championships in 1999, 2000, and 2010.
A 1965 graduate of Le Moyne College, Duffy played and coached soccer
in England after completing his undergraduate work. Duffy’s first
coaching experience was with the Royal Air Force Upper Heyford High
School team in 1969
Duffy has an extensive and impressive history in the soccer coaching
ranks. As head coach at Oneonta High School from 1972 to 1987, Duffy
compiled a record of 226-71-25, sending more than 60 players on to play
at the collegiate level. Then as the head coach at Oneonta State, Duffy
posted a mark of 39-33-3. In his tenure as an assistant coach both at
Hartwick College and William and Mary, Duffy’s teams have posted a
combined record of 196-142-41. In total, as both a head coach and an
assistant, Duffy has a career record of 476-250-72 (.642) in 798 matches.
In the spring of 2012, the men's soccer program created an endowment called the Tom and Peggy Natoli Duffy Endowment in honor of Duffy's service to the program.
Duffy was also involved with New York’s Empire State Games where he
coached three Central Region teams, claiming one silver and two bronze
medals. He also served for four years as the soccer chairman for the
Games. In 2001, Duffy was selected to the New York State Section IV Hall
of Fame for his years of service at the high school level.
A resident of Williamsburg with his wife Peggy, the couple has three
daughters: Brigid; Jenn, who is married to current Syracuse University
men’s soccer coach Ian McIntyre; and Kate. Duffy has two grandchildren: a
grandson, Owen Prevelige, and a granddaughter, Lyla Jean McIntyre.