Coaching one basketball team at a time is enough for most people, but not Woodbridge’s (and now Drew’s) Timinski

Bobby Timinski – 7th-all-time leading scorer at St. Anselm College in New Hampshire, thousand-point scorer at both St. Joe’s of Metuchen and Colonia High Schools – has three jobs.

He owns a furniture and mattress business. He coaches the Woodbridge girls’ basketball team. He runs Basketball Warehouse in Edison, which provides individualized training for 8-year-olds all the way up to college.

Woodbridge campe up with a 60-42 win over New Brunswick at home on Saturday, Feb. 13 for its first win of the season.

Now, he’s the volunteer head coach at Drew University in Madison, and this weekend, he will lead the Rangers in a home-and-home doubleheader with Juniata – Friday night at home at 7 pm, followed by a trip to PA for a 4:00 Sunday matinee.

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How, did it happen? Well, just as with anything extraordinary these days, it’s all due to COVID, as the Drew coaching staff all had to go into COVID protocols.

The full story would be incredulous, if we told you. So let’s let Bobby Timinski himself tell the story.

Click below to listen to Woodbridge – now Drew – head coach Bobby Timinski talk about his newest role:

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