Jim Wojtkun enters his seventh season as the head women’s soccer coach at Baldwin Wallace University in 2023. In his six seasons at the helm, the Yellow Jackets have won 57 games with .541 winning percentage and have qualified for the OAC Tournament each year. Wojtkun’s focus is in developing the total student- athlete while still creating a challenging and championship focused environment. Wojtkun was the first full-time women’s head coach in program history, replacing men’s soccer head coach Reid Ayers, who was previously responsible for both teams.
Wojtkun recruited the programs first All-American and Academic All American, as well as the first All-American and Academic All-American player concurrently. He has led the Yellow Jackets to consistently lead the Ohio Athletic Conference in Academic All-OAC selections.
His coaching background comes from his 30+ years spent as an Olympic Development, Club, and Community Coach for 30+ years. He has his professional license through US Soccer Federation and the US Soccer Coaches. He was previously the assistant coach of the Bay Village High School 2003 OHSAA Division II State Championship team, and a State and Regional Club Head Coach.
As a student, Wojtkun was a four-year letter winner at the University of Dayton and received his Bachelor of Arts in communication. He also obtained his Master of Business Administration from Xavier University. He is a Cleveland native and currently resides in North Olmsted with his wife Susan. His daughter, Allison ’08, was a three-time All-OAC selection and an Academic All-American