As a sophomore (2017): Appeared in nine games for 2017 National Champions as a reserve attackmen ... totaled three points (2g, 1a) ... posted first career assist at St. Joseph's (2/14) ... had a career-high two goals vs. High Point (2/18).
As a freshman (2016): Appeared in 10 games, scoring one goal ... made collegiate debut against High Point (2/20) ... scored first collegiate goal at Princeton (3/12).
Before Maryland: A four-year letterwinner at Gonzaga, winning the WCAC Championship all four seasons … an Under Armour All-American … named Washington Post All-Metro Player of the Year and WCAC Player of the Year as a senior … two-time Washington Post All-Metro First Team and WCAC First Team selection … set the Gonzaga record for more career points … also totaled 64 goals as a senior, setting a Gonzaga single-season record … posted 50 goals and 27 assists as a junior.
Personal: Full name is Timothy Curran Monahan … parents are Tim and Christine Monahan … father played baseball at Johns Hopkins … lists sports hero as Michael Jordan.
Reason for coming to Maryland: An opportunity to represent his home state.