After leading the program for 11 seasons, head coach Tim Walsh has announced his retirement.
"On behalf of our department staff, and the hundreds of young men who have received the benefit of Tim's mentorship, we thank Tim for his leadership over our football program," Cal Poly director of athletics Don Oberhelman shared in the school's official release.
Walsh went 59-66 in over a decade leading the program.
Before coming to Cal Poly in January of 2009, Walsh previously led programs at Portland State (FCS - CA) for 14 seasons and Sonoma State (D-II - CA) for four seasons. As a head coach, Walsh holds a career record of 176-148.
Walsh is a member of the Hall of Fames for his work as a coach at both Portland State and Sonoma State.
The school notes that national search will take place for Walsh's replacement, starting immediately.
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