INDIAN HILL, Ohio -- Cincinnati Country Day School announced Wednesday that Tim Dunn is stepping down as head football coach after 29 years.
The Indians won 219 games, 13 Miami Valley Conference championships, 14 OHSAA playoff appearances and two state Final Fours under Dunn.
Greg Ross will be the new head football coach.
Dunn had eight undefeated seasons and went 23-6 against rival Summit Country Day. He received numerous Coach of the Year honors including from the MVC and the Southwest District. He was named Ohio Football Coaches Association and Associated Press Coach of the Year twice.
“You couldn’t ask for a better educator than Coach Dunn,” said athletic director Chris Milmore. “In the classroom or on the playing field, he taught generations of student-athletes how to think and how to act with character. Cincinnati Country Day School is the school it is because of Coach Dunn. It was an honor to watch him coach, and we thank him for his service.”
Dunn will continue as the Science Department Chair and Head Coach of the varsity baseball team where he was won over 500 games.
Ross has worked for Cincinnati Country Day since 2001. As the Associate Athletic Director, Ross has been a member of Dunn’s staff serving as the defensive coordinator and offensive line coach.
In 2014, Ross was named the head varsity basketball coach and he will continue in that position.