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20 Tim Collins
Senior forward who joined the team as a walk-on last season ... A hard worker who figures to add quality depth off the bench ... Served as a student manager for the Minutemen during the 2002-03 season.
Suffered a torn patella tendon in the Duquesne game which ended his career.
Started on Senior Day vs. Duquesne (3/5), played first three minutes and had one steal.
Did not dress for several games in February due to mononucleosis.
Made season debut playing the final seconds vs. Yale (11/28).
Played in four games ... Did not score.
Started all four years as a forward at Lee High School ... Named All-Southern Division Berkshire County three times ... Scored 972 career points ... Averaged 17
points, five assists and eight rebounds per game during senior year, with a single-game high of 28 points ... Played in the Western Massaschusetts Tournament two times ... Won the Western Massachusetts boy's basketball scholar-athlete (Larry Briggs Memorial) award during senior year. Played one year of AAU ball with the Berkshire Reign ... Also played golf for four years, with team posting a 44-8 record during his career ... Led golf team to state runner-up finish during junior year ... Named salutatorian of high school class.
Timothy James Collins ... Born March 29, 1983, in Pittsfield, Mass. ... Son of Paul and Denise Collins ... Majoring in Mathematics and Sport Management ... Worked as a statistician for the UMass Radio Network during football season.
2004-05 Game-By-Game Statistics
|Minutes||3||vs. Duquesne, 3/5/05|
|Steals||1||vs. Duquesne, 3/5/05|
|Steals/td>||1||vs. St. Bonaventure, 2/28/04|