Tim Acors returns to Courtland for the third season of his second stint at the helm of the of the Cougars. Acors was also the head coach of the Cougars from 2008-2011. Courtland teams under his tutelage have posted an 84-43 record and won Battlefield District titles in 2008, 2010, and 2011 (respectively). He was named Battlefield District Coach of the Year in 2008, 2010, and 2011.
Coach Acors graduated from Spotsylvania High School in 1997. He was a member of the baseball program there for four years. He then attended Germanna Community College for two years where he played third base and pitched for the club baseball team.
In 1999, Coach Acors transferred to Virginia Intermont College in Bristol, Virginia. He was a pitcher for the Cobra baseball program from 1999-2002. He received Academic All-Conference honors in 2002 and was also named team captain for the 2002 season. He volunteered as a student assistant coach during the fall of 2002. In May of 2003 he received his B.S. degree in Health and Physical Education.
In August 2012, Coach Acors completed his masters degree in Sport Management with a concentration on Intercollegiate Athletic Administration at California University of Pennsylvania.
Coach Acors left CHS in the fall of 2011 to volunteer as an assistant baseball coach at the University of Mary Washington. He left UMW in November of 2011 to spend time with his wife and sons. After missing three springs, he returned to Courtland in 2015 serving as pitching coach under Joe Sumler.
Acors teaches Economics & Personal Finance, as well as Business Management at Courtland High School. He enjoys hunting, fishing, and camping, and spending time with his family. He, his wife Valarie, and his sons Grayson, 6 and Wyatt, 3 make their home in Fredericksburg.