Faceoff between Maryland and Colgate is scheduled for noon at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium
2004 ACC All-Tournament Team
Added to the Tewaaraton Watch List during middle of this season.
Three-time Division III All-American at Gettysburg College prior to coming to Maryland for his graduate season.
Has been featured many times by media after overcoming hip disease (Legg-Calve-Perthes) which kept him in a wheelchair with leg casts from age six to nine.
First ACC in goals against average (7.55) and save percentage (62.1), marks rank seventh and fourth in nation, respectively.
Had a 4.69 goals against average over a six-game span from Mar. 13-Apr. 3, giving up just 25 goals in 320 minutes of play.
Made 12 saves vs. Princeton (5/22) in NCAA Quarterfinals.
Had 10 saves in NCAA First Round win over Army (5/15).
Made 14 saves, giving up just five goals vs. Penn (5/8).
Had 16 saves, allowing just 8 goals in win over N.Dame (5/1).
Had 10 saves in ACC Semifinal vs. Duke (4/23) and 12 saves in ACC Final vs. VIrginia (4/25) to earn ACC All-Tourn. honors.
Made 15 saves at #1 Johns Hopkins (4/17).
Had 11 saves in first Maryland loss to Navy (4/10).
Made a Terp-high 17 saves, allowing just two goals to Virginia (4/3), named Under Armour TerpVision Player of the Game.
Named ACC Player of the Week on March 29.
Made 14 saves, allowing just nine goals at #4 UNC (3/27).
Did not allow a goal in first half vs. Butler (3/23), with one save.
Made 13 saves, eight in 4th qtr., allowed just 4 goals at UMBC (3/20).
Made four saves and allowed just four goals vs. Bucknell (3/17).
Held Towson (3/13) to just one goal through three quarters and finished with Terp-high 15 saves in win, named Under Armour TerpVision Player of Game.
Made 10 saves at Duke (3/6) for first ACC win at Maryland.
Made 13 saves, allowing just five goals (one in first half) in Terps' debut at Georgetown (2/28).
Two-time Division III Goalie of the Year at Gettysburg in `01 & `02.
Finalist for the Tewaaraton Trophy in 2002, nominee in 2003.
Third graduate student to play for the Terps in last two seasons, as Brian Hunt (Yale) and Joe Parker (Colgate) did in 2003.
Brother Pat was a first-team All-American goalie at Maryland in 2001 and played for Terps from 1998-2001, sister Erin was an All-American at North Carolina as well.
On McGinnis: Three-time All-American ... graduate student who joins the Terps for his final season of eligibility ... has been one of the nation's top goalies at Division III Gettysburg College for the past three seasons ... was a finalist for the Tewaaraton Trophy as lacrosse's top player, regardless of level ... battling for the starting goalie spot with Harry Alford ... intelligent and communicative player ... a veteran who commands respect of his teammates ... makes a lot of big-time saves up close because he understands the game according to Cottle ... brother Pat was a four-year goalie and first team All-American for the Terps in 2001.
As a senior at Gettysburg (2003): Nominee for the Tewaartaon Trophy as lacrosse's top player ... a USILA honorable mention All-American ... second team All-Centennial Conference ... served as team captain under coach Hank Janczyk ... .started all 16 games as he recorded a 7.80 goals against average and an 11-5 record ... made 161 saves in 922 minutes to finish his Gettysburg career with 608 saves (fifth-most in school history) ... also had a 57.3 save percentage ... recorded double-figure saves on nine occasions including the final five games of the season ... posted 15 saves vs. Washington College (4/27) ... 12 stops against McDaniel College (4/25) ... posted 15 saves at McDaniel (4/22), allowing just seven goals ... made season-high 18 saves against No. 1 Salisbury (4/5) ... stopped 13 shots vs. Swarthmore (3/19) and 12 in the season opener against RIT (3/2).
As a junior at Gettysburg (2002): Finalist for the Tewaaraton Trophy as lacrosse's top player ... named USILA Division III Goalie of the Year ... first team USILA All-American ... Centennial Conference Player of the Year ... first team All-Centennial Conference ... tam captain as a junior ... ranked among the nation's leaders in goals against average (6.34) and save percentage (67.2) ... his 231 saves on the season were the second-highest total in the storied history of Gettysburg lacrosse ... led the Bullets to the National Championship game and a 17-2 overall record ... recorded at least 15 saves on nine occasions ... and 20 or more saves twice ... posted 15 saves in championship game vs. Middlebury (5/26) ... made 20 saves against Washington & Lee (5/18) in NCAA Semifinal ... made 16 saves to knock power Salisbury (5/12) out the NCAA Quarterfinals ... made 15 saves, in 16-5 NCAA First Round win over Stevens Tech (5/8) ... piled up career-high 22 saves in 12-8 win over Salisbury (4/13) ... made 17 stops against defending national champion Middlebury (3/27) ... also stopped 16 shots against Washington & Lee (3/9).
As a sophomore at Gettysburg (2001): Named Division III Goalie of the Year by 360lacrosse.com ... honorable mention USILA All-American ... first team All-Centennial Conference ... made a huge impact in his first season as a starter for the Bullets, who reached the national championship game and finished with a 16-2 record ... finished the season with 7.01 goals against average and a 64.1 save percentage ... made 216 saves ...made more than 10 saves in 13 games including his first eight starts of his career ... made 11 saves in leading the Bullets to the NCAA finals with a 13-7 win over Denison (5/19) in the NCAA semifinals ... made nine saves to help the Bullets to the Centennial Conference championship with a 9-7 win over Washington College (4/29) ... stopped 12 shots vs. Franklin & Marshall (4/27) ... 13 saves vs. Swarthmore (4/21) ... stopped 14 shots vs. Western Maryland (4/7) ... made 14 saves in 11-10 overtime win over Salisbury (3/31) ... season-high 19 saves came against Franklin & Marshall (3/28) ... named Division III National Player of the Week after back-to-back one-goal wins over Ohio Wesleyan (3/14) and Denison (3/18) in March, as he made 30 saves over the two games ... made 15 saves in a 17-2 win over Messiah (2/28) in his first collegiate start.
As a freshman at Gettysburg (2000): Did not play as he served as a back-up to All-American Andrew Barter.
Before College: Three-sport star at Loyola Blakefield High School in Towson, Md. ... played lacrosse, football and ran track and field.
Personal: Timothy Arthur McGinnis ... born Sept. 21, 1981 in Westminster, Md. ... son of Carol and Arthur McGinnis ... brother of Michael (30), Shannon (28), Erin (26) and Pat (24) ... Pat was a first team All-American goalie for the Terps in 2001 ... Erin was a first team All-American at North Carolina in 1998 ... earned his bachelor of science from Gettysburg in Spring 2003 in Management ... working towards his graduate degree in the School of Education at Maryland.
CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS Svs. GA Sv.% Min. GAA W-L GB Pen 2001GC 18/18 216 121 64.1 1036 7.01 16-2 40 2002GC 19/19 231 113 67.2 1070 6.34 17-2 35 2003GC 16/16 161 120 57.3 922 7.81 11-5 41 2004 16/16 187 114 62.1 906 7.55 13-3 28 0/0:00 Totals 69/69 795 468 62.9 3961 7.09 57-12 144
CAREER HIGHS Saves: 22 vs. Salisbury (4/13/02) Maryland High Saves: 17 vs. Virginia (4/3/04)