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14   Tim Paul
Tim Paul

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Parkton, Md.

High School:
Loyola

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 175

Position:
A


Career Highlights
• 2009 Honorable Mention All-American
• 2008, `09 Second-Team All-Patriot League
• 2009 Tewaaraton Watch List
• 2009 Preseason Honorable Mention All-American
• 2008, `09 Coach William H. "Dinty" Moore Award
(Presented to Navy's Outstanding Offensive Player)

Paul in 2009 (Jr.): Named an Honorable Mention All-American as the Mids' lone returning starter on attack ... the recipient of the Coach William H. "Dinty" Moore Award, honoring Navy's most outstanding offensive player, for the second year in a row ... garnered Second-Team All-Patriot League recognition for a second straight season ... despite missing two games and seeing limited time in two others, finished the year as Navy's top point producer with 32 points on 18 goals and 14 assists ... concluded the season ranked 55th in assists per game (1.00), 96th in points per game (2.29) and 134th in goals per game (1.29) ... tied for sixth in the Patriot League in assists per game and was ninth in points per game ... fed classmate and former Loyola-Blakefield teammate Joe Lennon for the Mids' first goal against Duke in the NCAA Tournament ... with his goal against Bucknell in the PL Championship early in the fourth quarter, he matched his scoring high (31 pts) from a year ago ... with 14 assists, he reached double digits in the helper category for the first time in his career ... recorded either a goal or an assist in 12 of the 14 games (Mount St. Mary's, Colgate-PL Semis) he played in during the season ... has scored two or more goals in 22 of the 45 games during his career, including seven of the 14 contests in `09 ... has produced a point in 34 of the 45 games he has played in at Navy and two or more points in 23 contests ... since taking over the starting job on April 6, 2007 against Maryland (after Bruce Nechanicky suffered a season-ending injury vs. Georgetown), he has been held without a point just five times in 33 contests - Cornell in `08, Georgetown in `08, Johns Hopkins in `08 (NCAA Tourney), Mount St. Mary's in `09, Colgate in `09 (PL Tournament) ... returned to the field on 4-24 in the Mids' win over Colgate in the Patriot League Semis ... saw limited action, getting off a pair of shots on goal, while turning the ball over once ... missed the Army and Johns Hopkins games after suffering an ankle sprain (left) just three minutes into the second half of the Mids' contest against Maryland ... fed Joe Lennon for a goal with just five seconds remaining in the first half, giving the Mids the lead for good ... played a pivotal role in Navy's 10-8 win over Georgetown where he turned in a career-high tying five points on two goals and three assists ... had a hand in each of the Mids' last four goals of the game, scoring a pair of goals and providing a pair of assists ... scored a pair of goals and added an assist in Navy's loss to Colgate ... took 11 shots in the game, the most by a player this season ... responsible for the Mids' first two goals against Holy Cross, the only goals scored by Navy in the first 40 minutes of play ... scored his 50th collegiate goal in the Mids' win over Lehigh ... it was Navy's first goal of the contest ... it was also the 70th point of his career in his quest to become the 29th player in program history to reach 100 points ... after being held without a point for the first time this year (at Mount St. Mary's, 3-3), bounced back with a career-high five-point performance against Lafayette ... his three assists against the Leopards were a personal best. ... helped spearhead Navy's comeback bid against Bucknell where he scored a goal and added a air of assists ... recorded his first hat trick of the year and the fourth of his career in a three-goal, one-assist performance at North Carolina.

2008 (So.): Enjoyed a spectacular sophomore campaign that saw him earn Second-Team All-Patriot League recognition after pacing the Mids with 26 goals and adding five assists for 31 points ... the recipient of the Coach William H. "Dinty" Moore Award, honoring Navy's most outstanding offensive player ... was the Mids' second-leading point producer, while leading the team in goals ... doubled his goal-scoring production from his rookie season (13-26), while more than doubling his shot numbers ... scored a goal in 13 of the 16 games, including 10 multi-goal performances ... scored a pair of game-winners, including the goal with 1:20 remaining in overtime to lead the Mids to a 4-3 win over league rival Bucknell ... his second of two goals on the night against the Terps was good enough to lead Navy to a 5-4 win over third-ranked Maryland ... scored early and often, as 19 of his 26 goals were scored in the opening half of play, including 11 in the first quarter ... scored 17 of his 26 goals in games played away from Annapolis ... turned in three extra-man goals, helping Navy achieve a No. 17 national ranking in extra-man percentage (14-40, .350) ... also turned in 32 grounders, more than double the number from his rookie year (14).

2007 (Fr.): Navy's fifth-leading scorer, he turned in 20 points on 13 goals and seven assists in the 15 games he played ... moved from midfield to attack after teammate Bruce Nechanicky suffered a season-ending injury ... started the final six games of the season ... 15 (10G, 5A) of his 20 points were scored in the last six games ... made his collegiate debut in the season opener against Saint Joseph's where he scored a goal and added an assist ... turned in his first of five multi-goal games in Navy's 19-8 win over North Carolina where he pitched in a pair of goals, including the game-winner ... earned his first collegiate start on April 6 against Maryland where he scored a pair of goals and added an assist ... garnered Patriot League Rookie of the Week recognition after producing his first career hat trick in Navy's one-goal loss at Johns Hopkins ... turned in a combined four goals and three assists against Army and Colgate at the Patriot League Tournament ... scored a goal against Carolina in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament ... grabbed 14 ground balls, including four against UNC in the postseason.

More on Paul: A 2005 graduate of the Loyola Blakefield High School, Paul attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2005-06 academic year ... a three-year letterwinner in lacrosse, who also lettered in soccer ... full name is Timothy David Paul ... born Sept. 4, 1987, in Baltimore, Md. ... son of David and Susan Paul ... majoring in Economics ... his service assignment is Surface Warfare.

05/03/14 at Maryland 1:00 PM