Tim Maluga is well-prepared to face the task of starting Purdue Calumet’s women’s tennis program, as he brings a wealth of experience to the position including a highly decorated seven-year stint at Valparaiso University.
Maluga was a three-time Mid-Continent Conference Coach of the Year at Valpo, while guiding the Crusaders to three-straight conference titles and a pair of NCAA Division I Tournament berths. He racked up 71 victories at Valpo, compiling an impressive 41-13 mark in conference matches. During that time, Maluga recruited and coached athletes that received all-conference recognition on 21 occasions, two MCC Newcomer-of-the-Year honors as well as back-to-back MCC Player-of-the-Year accolades.
Prior to his time at Valparaiso Maluga spent 11 seasons at the helm of the Griffith High School boy’s and girl’s tennis teams.
Maluga has also served as a professor at various institutions in northwest Indiana and is currently teaching a number of classes in the business department at Purdue Calumet.
Maluga is currently pursuing a doctorate’s degree in accounting from Argosy University. He received his master’s of business administration from Davenport University in 2006, while earning undergraduate degrees from Purdue Calumet (mathematics) in 1991 and Evansville University (finance) 1984.