Tom D'Armi was a college coach.
D'Armi was an All-American soccer player in college. He was 59-13 as head coach of West Georgia College from 1962-1965, then was assistant coach at Mississippi State University from 1966-1973. He also managed Milano in Serie A1, trained boxer Floyd Patterson and wrote "Daddy, Will You Play Catcher With Me?" In 1977, he was assistant coach at Duke University, under Enos Slaughter. He was the school's head coach from 1977-1984, going 125-98-2. He would remain at Duke until 2004 in the athletics department. D'Armi was named Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year in 1981 when he was 29-10. He coached Bob Brower in college.
Source: Duke bio