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Dr. Duncan

Dr. Tacy Duncan
AP over Athletics and Facilities
tlduncan@riversideunied.org
(951) 352 - 8316 EX: 61248

Dr. Tacy Duncan is a native of Sonora California and currently the Assistant Principal over athletics and facilities at Arlington High School.  A position she was excited to take on with her background, knowledge and experience in athletics.  

 

Dr. Duncan was a Div. I collegiate athlete at Iowa State University, a two-time All-American at the University of Mary in Bismarck North Dakota and finished out her playing career internationally in the Czech Republic, Germany and Australia.   

 

Upon her return to the US, Dr. Duncan went on to serve as a graduate assistant/softball coach at the University of Redlands, where she earned her Master’s degree in Educational Counseling.  She became the head softball coach at California State University, San Bernardino in 2006. Two years later she lead the Coyotes to one of the more remarkable runs in school history.  CSUSB gained its only berth in the CCAA Tournament, and then advanced to the NCAA West Regional where they were victorious.  Three years later, CSUSB earned another NCAA Tournament appearance and won the NCAA West Sub-Regional in Kaneohe, Hawaii to reach the Round of Sweet 16.  In 2012 the Coyote Softball team set a record for the most wins in school history.  From the cellar to the top, CSUSB became a nationally ranked team as one of the top 16 NCAA Division II softball programs. 

 

She retired from coaching in 2014 after 11 seasons as a college coach. Her drive and determination to provide equal access to programs for all students motivated her to continue her education and complete her Doctorate in Educational Leadership for Social Justice from the University of Redlands.  She has spent the last 6 years in The Riverside Unified School District as an Administrator at Chemawa Middle school (20014 - 2107) and Riverside Poly High School (20017 - 2019).  

 

 She resides in Riverside with her husband Shannon Duncan and their twin daughters, Jordana and Madison (13).  She is proud to serve the students in the Arlington Community and excited to start her 2nd year at Arlington.