|Sports Played or Coached:||Head Coach Men's Soccer, 1957-80|
Jim Bush was a fixture in Moccasin athletics for close to 30 years. Beginning his FSC career as the men's soccer coach, Bush coached the Mocs in that sport for 24 seasons, winning 115 games. In 1971, he guided the Mocs to their first and only NCAA post-season appearance. Winning five conference titles in the Florida Intercollegiate Conference, Bush coached four All-Americans and racked up 12 winning seasons. As a tribute to their former coach, the men's soccer Most Valuable Player award bears his name. In 1959, Bush also coached the men's tennis team, a role in which he served until his retirement in 1985. Over his 27 year career, he compiled a 283-209 career record. For two seasons he served double duty, coaching the women's tennis team to a combined 33-16 record in 1979 and 1980.