Nazareth College Class of 2013
Sport: Lacrosse Position: Goalkeeper Height: 5’10” Weight: 165 Major: Psychology
Bio: Son of Laurie and Pat, Tim played two seasons of varsity lacrosse at Pal-Mac High School where he helped the Red Raiders to the 2009 Finger Lakes League title while also being named a two-time team MVP. Prior to his arrival at Nazareth Tim played one season of college lacrosse at Alfred University. A starter in all 14 games he finished the season with 186 saves (10.43 gaa) and a .567 save percentage. In 2011 Tim played in 15 games for the Golden Flyers, making 12 starts. He finished the season with 107 saves (11.81 gaa) and a save percentage of .476 while helping the team to a record of 11-7. As a junior he started all 17 games in goal for Nazareth, posting 153 saves (9.91 gaa) and a .493 save percentage. Tim wrapped up his collegiate career in 2013 with seven appearances in goal for the Golden Flyers, including three starts. He finished his senior season with 38 saves in 124 shots faced, good for an 11.26 goals against average and a .475 save percentage. He finished the season with a record of 2-1 in net while helping the team to an overall record of 15-5.
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Spotlight On: Tim Doyle