Coach Timothy L. Chavous a Florida native, started playing football at the age of 6, and never looked back. Coach Chavous started his high school career at Lakewood high (Saint Petersburg, FL) where he was a 3-year starter at running back and linebacker on varsity making all-state at the linebacker position, his senior year chavous transferred to Amos P. Godby High School (Tallahassee, FL) where he was an All-State Full Back taking his team to the playoffs (1994). Coach Chavous was highly recruited out of high school earning a full football scholarship at Pasadena City College where he played running back and linebacker 1995-1997, then transferred to Bethune Cookman University 2000 to play for Alvin Wyatt suffering a concussion in spring practice. Coach Chavous decided to he wanted to become a college football coach after he graduated with honors from Bethune Cookman University in 2002.
Coach Chavous has a total of 16 years on the collegiate level in the CIAA Conference. As Academic Coordinator Coach Chavous won the CIAA Academic Award for 3 years under his leadership. During Chavous prior time at Saint Paulís College, Virginia State University, Saint Augustine University, he coached 15 offensive players that received CIAA honors and three to received AFCA ALL-AMERICAN honors.
Before earning the title of Head Coach, Coach Chavous took on the role as Offensive Coordinator/ Running Backs Coach and Academic Coordinator at Saint Augustine University Coach Chavous was named the interim head football coach on Sept. 30, 2015. Coach Chavous coached the Saint Augustineís University (SAU) Falcons for eight games on an interim basis in the 2015 season. He guided the Falcons to their only victory of the season, a 31-24 win over crosstown rival Shaw University on November 7, 2015. He was officially named head coach on February 19, 2015.
In 2016, the Falcons added two more wins as Coach Chavous continued to build a solid foundation for a winning program. Coach Chavous ensures that his football program are successful in the classroom and in the community. Twelve football student-athletes earned scholar-athlete status after maintaining a 3.0 cumulative grade point average or higher in the 2016-17 season. During the 2017 Honors Convocation on campus, three (3) football student-athletes made the Presidentís List, twelve (12) were named to the Provostís List and eleven (11) were on the Deanís List.
In 2017, the Falcons finished the season with a 5-5 overall record and a 5-1 conference record making them Co-Champions in the Southern Division in the CIAA sharing it with Fayetteville State University, and missing it to the CIAA Championship game by 3 points against Fayetteville State University. Under Coach Chavousís supervision the Falcons have beaten several school records putting the University in the NCAA record books by having the most points in a Division II Football contest with 81 points first in schoolís history, 3rd most in NCAA history, and first time in schoolís history to be Co-Champions in the Southern Division of the CIAA Conference.
The SAU football program is currently involved with the Team IMPACT program which matches courageous kids with life-threatening and chronic illnesses with college athletic teams. Coach Chavous has ten student-athletes representing the football team in the program. Coach Chavous has been a member of the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) since 2000. Chavous has helped guide 15 offensive student-athletes to All-CIAA honors in his 16th year coaching at the college level in the CIAA Football Conference.
Chavous's Year-By-Year Coaching Experience:
2002-2004 Ė Virginia State University (running backs)
2004-2010 Ė Saint Paulís College (running backs/ running game coordinator)
2011-current Ė Saint Augustine University (Head Coach/Running backs/Offensive coordinator)
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Coach Timothy Chavous a Florida native, started playing football at the age of 6, and never looked backed. He started his football career at Lakewood high school in Saint Petersburg, FL where he was a 4 year starting running back and linebacker on varsity making all-county at the linebacker position. Coach Chavous was highly recruited out of high school to play at the next level; he decided to attend Pasadena City College in Pasadena, CA for 2 years then transferred to Bethune Cookman University. Coach Chavous graduated from Bethune Cookman University with honors receiving his Bachelor of Science in Physical Education and a minor in Recreation in May 2002.
Coach Chavous returned to the football sidelines for his ninth year as the Running Backs coach of Saint Paulís College Football team and second year as Head Baseball coach. He coached the SPC running backs in 2003 during his first stint with the Tigers. He went to Saint Paulís College by the way of Virginia State University, where he served as the Head Running Backs coach and Assistant to the Offensive Coordinator for 1 season fall 2002.
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