Tom Lieb

Tom  Lieb

Position:
Head Football Coach/ Head Hockey Coach

Hall of Fame:
1987


One of the most influential personalities in the history of Loyola University Athletics. He searved as Head Football Coach at the University from 1930 unil 1938 after a distinguished term of service as the top assistant to the legandary Knute Rockne at Notre Dame. in 1930, Mr. Lieb founded the Loyola University Ice Hockey Program, leading the team to Pacific Coast Intercollegiate League Championships for four straight years between 1935 and 1938, between 1936 and 1938 posting a record of 38-3-2. He also posted a 47-33-4 record as Football Coach between 1930-1938, including victories over Arizona, Texas Tech, Arizona State, and Santa Clara.