Alberici Says - Met a lot of success on the field since his rookie season, but his finest lacrosse was played during the fall ... found a way to improve even more ... great leader both vocally and by example ... possesses tremendous physical abilities ... offensive-minded defenseman ... key to transition.
Notable: Face-Off Yearbook Preseason Second Team All-American in 2011-12 ... named to USILA All-America Honorable Mention list at the end of last spring ... only long stick midfielder to make the honorable mention list.
2011: Continued his reign as the top long stick midfielder in the Patriot League ... selected to the All-Patriot League first team ... three-time Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week ... developed a potent offensive game with eight points (five goals, three assists) on the year ... played in all 15 games ... tallied a career-high three points on a goal and two assists in Army's 12-9 home win over Lehigh (Mar. 22) ... assisted Matt Hurley on the game-winning goal with 54 second to play in the third quarter ... played a key role in Army's 14-9 victory at Navy - the program's fourth win in a row over the Midshipmen and first at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium since 1997 ... netted the game-tying goal with 11:30 remaining in the third quarter ... also assisted on the Black Knights' sixth goal of the game, helping Army clinch a spot in the 2011 Patriot League Tournament ... performance on the wing of Army's faceoff unit helped him finish second on the team with 45 ground balls ... snared a career-high six ground balls in Army's 11-9 win over then-No. 6 Cornell (Mar. 5) at Michie Stadium ... caused a team-high 18 turnovers, including a career-high three CTs in the key conference win over Lehigh ... also tallied single goals against then-No. 6 Cornell (Mar. 5), Rutgers (Mar. 19) and Lafayette (Mar. 26).
2010: Selected to the All-Patriot League first team after posting another standout campaign for the Black Knights ... earned Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week for the first time in his career following Army's victory over Rutgers (Mar. 20) ... played in all 17 contests as Army's top long stick midfielder ... led the team with 32 caused turnovers and 56 ground balls ... recorded a career-high seven caused turnovers in Army's season-opening win over VMI (Feb. 20) ... scooped a season-high four ground balls in the contest as well ... registered at least three ground balls on nine occasions ... established career highs in goals (two), assists (four), points (six) and shots (18) ... tallied single goals against Cornell (Mar. 6) and Lehigh (Mar. 23) ... dished out single assists against Rutgers (Mar. 20), Colgate (Apr. 3), Lafayette (Apr. 20) and Syracuse (May 16).
2009: Named a Patriot League second-team All-Conference pick to cap a standout freshman campaign ... served as the team's primary LSM in all 16 games ... tied for second on the squad with 38 ground ball pickups ... also finished second with 15 caused turnovers ... credited with season bests in ground balls (6) and caused turnovers (4) against Bucknell in Patriot League Semifinals (Apr. 24) ... picked up four ground balls on three occasions against Syracuse (Feb. 20), Air Force (Mar. 7) and Navy (Apr. 11) ... also caused three turnovers against the Midshipmen ... credited with an assist against Cornell for his first career point (Feb. 28) ... notched his first collegiate goal against Holy Cross (Mar. 21) ... also scored a goal opposite Colgate (Mar. 29) ... honored with the Gen. L.E. Seeman Award as the team's top freshman.
Prior To West Point: All-American and three-time All-Central New York honoree at Tully High School for coaches Stu Volan and Soloman Bliss ... member of the 2007 Under Armor All-America Team ... two-time captain and four-time all-league honoree, including three first-team awards ... second-team all-state and three-time all-league wide receiver on the gridiron ... three-time all-league shooting guard on the hardwood ... two-time member of the Empire State Games Central Region lacrosse team ... captain of the USMAPS lacrosse team under coach Tom Hansen in 2008.
Personal: Timothy Clayton Henderson was born April 6, 1989 in Syracuse, N.Y. ... parents are Shawn and Chris Henderson ... brother, Bill, graduated from West Point last May and was the only two-time team captain in the 95-year history of Army lacrosse ... enjoys hunting and fishing in his spare time ... majoring in Management.