Three-year letterman ... selected preseason second-team All-American by Face-off Magazine ... 2001 honorable mention All-American who is the quarterback of the Army attack ... two-time Patriot League offensive "Player of the Year" ... one of Army's most athletic performers ... came to West Point as an exceptional feeder and has developed both his dodging skills and riding skills ... Army's first All-American since Ross Yastrzemsky in 1997 ... one of 10 players selected to the Patriot League All-Decade team.
2001: Patriot League offensive "Player of the Year" for the second time in his illustrious career ... honorable mention All-American ... first-team All-Patriot League ... led the nation in assists per game (2.79) and finished second nationally in points per game (4.71) ... led the conference with 66 points and 39 assists ... his 39 helpers were a new league record and only three shy of the single-season record at Army ... all-time leader at the Academy with 100 career assists ... ranks fourth on Army's all-time scoring list with 175 points ... is 29 points shy of the all-time mark ... his 66 points are tied for the third highest single-season total ... collected a season-high eight points vs. Holy Cross (4g, 4a) ... registered seven points against Air Force and Lafayette ... scored a career-high five goals against Lafayette ... dished out a career-high six assists at Rutgers in the final game of the season ... scored three goals or more on four occasions ... captured Gen. James V. Hartinger Award as team MVP and the Lt. Ray Enners-Christopher Pettit Award given to the team's top offensive player.
2000: Capped sophomore campaign by earning honorable mention All-American accolades ... first-team All-Patriot League ... despite battling ankle and shoulder injuries all season, led team with 57 points (26g, 31a), the ninth-highest single-season total ... his 31 assists were the fourth most in one season ... 4.07 points per game led the Patriot League and ranked 17th nationally ... 2.21 assists per game listed second in the league and 13th nationally ... captured Gen. James V. Hartinger Award as team MVP ... played in 14 of 15 games scoring multiple points in all of them and at least four points eight times ... became 22nd member of Army's 100-point club in three-goal, three-assist outing at Lafayette ... exploded for career-high nine points (4g, 5a) in season-opening win over Air Force ... also had four goals in win over nationally-ranked Delaware ... 61 ground balls ranked second on the squad.
1999: Broke the Army freshman scoring record with 52 points (22g, 30a), despite missing the final game of the season due to an ankle injury ... named the Patriot League "Rookie of the Year" and co-offensive "Player of the Year" ... voted team's top offensive player ... became only the fourth plebe to lead Army in scoring ... the 52 points were also the 12th-highest single-season total in Academy annals ... his 4.0 points per game average tied for 13th-best in the nation ... team-high 30 assists were the fourth-best total in school history and ranked ninth nationally on a per-game basis ... led all Division I freshmen in assists per game ... scored a team-best eight goals in man-up situations.
Prior to West Point: Lettered three times in lacrosse at Comsewogue High School ... served as team captain during his senior season ... helped team to New York state lacrosse championship in 1998 ... also was a member of the gold-medal Empire State Games lacrosse squad in the summer of 1998.
Personal: Timothy David Pearson ... born April 5, 1980, in Port Jefferson Station, N.Y. ... parents are Charles and Patricia Pearson ... majoring in Systems Engineering.