AS A SOPHOMORE (2011)
: Played in all 15 games, starting 12…finished as team’s leading goal-scorer, notching 21 goals and seven assists for 28 points…enters 2012 as the leading scorer in JU history with 41 goals…joined Bobby Stockton as the only two players to crack the 20-goal plateau…fired 65 shots, good for third-most on the squad…tied for the team lead with three man-up goals…added 22 ground balls and three caused turnovers…started season with seven goals through the first three games, highlighted by a hat trick against No. 18 Denver (3/5)…set a season high with four goals to help JU post first-ever conference win in program history at Canisius (3/19)… led team in multi-goal games with seven, capped by a two-goal effort against Siena in the MAAC Tournament semifinals (5/6).
AS A FRESHMAN (2010)
: Played in all 13 games, starting 12…used primarily at attack…scored 20 goals and contributed eight assists for 28 points…fired 54 shots and 32 shots-on-goal…caused two turnovers and picked up 22 ground balls… had five multi-goal games total…torched Rutgers for five goals and two assists to cap a seven-point outing in a win; scored all five goals on just five shots (4/10)…scored a hat trick while adding an assist in a victory over Providence (3/5)…notched back-to-back two-goal games against Denver (2/21) and VMI (2/27)…finished his season with seven goals and 10 points in his last three games…twice collected four ground balls in a game, accomplishing the feat against Sacred Heart (3/13) and Rutgers.
: Started three years at Alpharetta High School for head coach Mike Ryan…as a senior, received all-America honors and helped lead his team to the state semifinals…as a sophomore, junior and senior, named to the all-state team.
: Born Dec. 15, 1990 in Alpharetta, Ga…full name is Timothy James Kenary…son of Jon and Mary Jane…has one older brother, Danny, and an older sister, Erin…father Jon played hockey at Graham Junior College in Boston…proposed major is marketing.