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42   Tim McCormack
Tim McCormack

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Long Beach, N.Y.

High School:
Long Beach

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 205

Position:
G

Birthdate:
05/01/1989


07/10/2012

Oliveri Named Tri-Captain For 2012 U.S. U-19 National Team

Team USA begins competition in FIL Under 19 World Championships on Thursday

05/25/2012

UMass Places Six On USILA All-American Teams

Will Manny earns USILA First-Team All-American Honors

05/19/2012

Manny, Cannella Headline All-New England Men's Lacrosse Honors

Will Manny named NEILA Player of the Year; Greg Cannella honored as Coach of the Year

05/12/2012

Fourth Quarter Comeback Gives Colgate 13-11 Win Over Men's Lacrosse

Raiders outscore UMass 4-1 in the fourth quater to advance to NCAA Second Round.

05/11/2012

Pair Of Tewaaraton Finalists Meet As Men's Lacrosse Hosts Colgate In NCAA First Round

Sixth-Seeded and No. 1 ranked Minutemen host Colgate Saturday at 2:30 PM on ESPNU.

04/22/2012

MLAX vs. HOFSTRA

MLAX vs. HOFSTRA Photos by Thom Kendall '93

05/07/2009

Tim McCormack Photo Gallery

Tim McCormack Photo Gallery

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    ON McCORMACK:Has great hands, an outstanding goalie prospect ... Great communication with his defensemen ... Learning the UMass system ... Working on becoming a strong leader.

    AS A R-SENIOR IN 2012:
    • 2012 second year Team Captain as starting goalie.
    • Started in all 16 games with 7.09 GAA and a 60.6 save percentage.
    • Recorded 18 groundballs on the season.
    • 1st in CAA and 2nd in NCAA in save percentage.
    • 1st in CAA and 5th in NCAA in goals against average, also 3rd in CAA and 18th in NCAA in saves per game.
    • Made 11 saves in win at Ohio State (2/25).
    • Season-high 15 saves in win at Brown (3/3).
    • Shut out Saint Joseph's in 49:47 minutes of play with 11 saves (3/31).
    • 14 saves in win over Drexel (4/14).
    • Made 11 saves, allowing five goals at Delaware (4/27).

    AS A R-JUNIOR IN 2011:
    • 2011 Team Captain, as second-year starting goalie.
    • Started all 14 games and has an 8.28 GAA along with a 55.3 save percentage.
    • 20th in NCAA and fourth in CAA in goals against average. Also 19th in NCAA and fifth in CAA in save percentage.
    • Second-best save total of the season in CAA Semfinal OT win at Penn State (5/4) with 14, making 12 in first half.
    • Allowed just five goals, making 10 saves as UMass beat Delaware (4/29) on Senior Day.
    • Played career-high 69:23, making 12 saves in 3OT win over Drexel (4/16). Held Dragons scoreless for game's final 26:28.
    • 10 saves, allowing seven goals at Saint Joseph's (4/2).
    • Season-best 17 saves at Harvard (3/29), one shy of his career-high of 18.
    • Made 11 saves vs. Penn State (3/19).
    • Allowed just six goals, only one in second half at Providence (3/15), making nine saves.
    • Made 10 saves in win over #20 Brown (3/5), allowing just six goals in win.
    • Began 2011 with nine saves in allowing just five goals in huge win over #12 Army (2/12).

    AS A R-SOPHOMORE IN 2010:
    • Won starting goalie position in third year in the program in preseason camp after a battle with freshman Steve Mahle.
    • Started all 14 games in 2010 with a 10.13 GAA and a 52.3 save percentage.
    • Over four games from March 23-April 10, had a 61.5 save percentage (59 saves).
    • Made 12 saves at #20 Towson (5/5) and #13 Drexel (5/1).
    • Nine stops in big win over #10 Georgetown (4/24).
    • Career-high 18 saves vs. Towson (4/10).
    • Named CAA Player of Week after 29 saves in two wins over ranked teams.
    • Notched 12 saves in win at Penn State (4/3), just eight goals allowed.
    • 12 saves, six in fourth quarter, to beat Hofstra (3/27).
    • Made career-high 17 saves vs. Brown (3/23).
    • Allowed just two goals vs. Providence (3/16) in 45 minutes.
    • Made 12 saves to equal his career-high vs. #13 Harvard (3/13).
    • Allowed just six goals and made seven saves vs. Albany (3/9).
    • Set career-high with 12 saves at Yale (3/5).
    • Picked up win with six saves vs. Hartford (2/20).
    • First-career start at Sacred Heart (2/12) and had 10 saves to pick up first win.

    AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2009:
    • Sophomore goaltender redshirted the season to keep three years of eligibility.

    AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008: Back-up goalie in freshman season who played in two games, seeing a total of 21:23 ... Played the final 12:21 at #1 Syracuse (4/26) and made two saves ... Made collegiate debut vs. Loyola (3/22), playing 9:02 and making two stops.

    BEFORE UMASS: Four-year goalie for Long Beach High in Long Beach, N.Y., where he played under coach James Kasper ... named All-American and invited to under-18 team tryouts senior year ... also was named Nassau County Goalie of the Year ... earned All-County honors and was captain and MVP of varsity team senior, junior, and sophomore years ... named to Empire Team (Long Island) junior year ... was captain and MVP of junior varsity team freshman year ... also a three-year All-Conference wrestler ... won 2007 Nassau County Championship.

    PERSONAL: Timothy G. McCormack ... son of Gail and Patrick McCormack ... brother of Dan (24), Gavin (20) and Pat (16) ... born May 1, 1989 in Oceanside, NY ... Majoring in Sociology.

    Career Statistics
    Year	GP/GS	Svs.	GA	Sv.%	Min.	GAA	W-L	GB	Pen.
    2008	2/0	4	5	.444	21:23	14.03	0-0	1	0/0:00
    2009	0/0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0/0:00
    2010	14/14	149	136	.523	805:52	10.13	8-6	24	1/0:30
    2011	14/14	145	117	.553	847:33	8.28	10-4	34	1/1:00
    Totals	30/28	298	248	.543	1664:23	8.94	18-10	59	2/1:30
    

    Career Highs
    Saves: 18 vs. Towson (4/10/10)
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