Tim Jacobs came to Lewis & Clark in 2008 as the Pioneers' Defensive Coordinator. Players under Coach Jacobs have regularly been ranked in the top of the Conference in tackles, tackles for a loss, and sacks. Jacobs was promoted to Director of Football Operations - Tight Ends in the spring of 2014, his final year with the Pioneers.
Prior to Lewis & Clark, Jacobs spent seven years coaching at both the high school and college level, most recently as the Defensive Coordinator for North Medford High, with his defenses tying for the league lead in takeaways. He spent two years as a strength coach and assistant at NMHS prior to his promotion as defensive coordinator. He was the JV Coach at Crater High and a volunteer assistant at Phoenix High School, both of those programs located in Southern Oregon. He also served as an assistant football coach for his alma mater, Linfield, in the 2001 season. Jacobs was an All-Northwest Conference Defensive End for the Wildcats in his senior season (2000).
Jacobs also holds an Masters of Arts and Teaching in Health Education from Oregon State University.
He and his wife Kara (married in 2003), currently have two children, Jace (b. 2007) and Kaia (b. 2009).