8 Tim Lynch
Tim Lynch


Aurora, Colo.

High School:
Overland Hill

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 165




Junior Year: Only Black Knight to start all 17 matches ... played in both the defense and midfield ... assisted on the game-winning goal in a 2-1 win versus UNC Asheville ... elected team co-captain for 2002 season.

Sophomore Year: Started seven of first eight games before succumbing to a season-ending injury ... posted one assist.

Freshman Year: Winner of team?s ?Best Newcomer? award ... posted one goal and two assists ... scored in the closing minutes in match versus Bucknell, sending it into overtime ... started 12 of 16 games.

High School: Graduated from Overland High School in 1998 ... earned three varsity letters for soccer while playing under Bruce Brown and one letter in track and field ... all-state second team selection in 1998 ... named to the All-Centennial League team on two occasions ... during his senior year, was Overland High?s leading point scorer and one of the team?s captains ... member of student activities advisory board ... Head of Peer Counseling for two years ... Attended the Loomis Chaffe Prep-School in 1999 ... earned varsity letters in soccer and track and field at Loomis Chaffe ... helped lead his prep school team to the semifinal round of the New England Championships.

Personal: Born Jan. 24, 1980 ... son of Brian and Diane Lynch ... has two brothers, Mike and Danny, and one sister, Katie ... Colorado ODP State team member from 1993-96 ... Region IV ODP member 1995, 1997 ... Littleton United team captain in 1997 while playing for Peter Scott ... member of five Colorado State Cup Championship teams ... Co-chair of funding for the National Diversity Conference ... member of the Colorado Diversity Board ... favorite athletes include Lance Armstrong, Roy Keane and Stuart Pearce ... favorite soccer teams include Manchester United and the Colorado Rapids, as well as the U.S., English and Irish national teams ... majoring in English.

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