7 - Tim Wilson
Tim Wilson
Height: 6-0
Weight: 185
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Nacogdoches, Texas
High School: Nacogdoches
Position: P
Major: Civil Engineering
Bats/Throws: R/R

2014: Pitched in a career-high 17 games for the Engineers as a senior … posted a 2-2 record with one save and an ERA of 4.82 … tied for second on the team in pitching appearances … started out the season with a perfect inning at the Apprentice School (3/14) … struck out a pair in one inning against Coast Guard (3/23) … one inning of one-hit relief against Southern Maine (3/27) … gave up just one run on two hits over three innings of work against Gordon (4/22) … did not allow another run over his next four outings covering 2.2 innings … tossed a scoreless inning without allowing a hit against Endicott (5/14) at the NCAA Tournament.

2013: Appeared in eight games out of the bullpen for MIT … missed the second half of the season with an injury … struck out a pair in one inning against Bard (3/24) … struck out two more in the next game in 1.1 innings against Western Connecticut State (3/25) … did not allow a hit in 1.2 innings of work against Curry (4/10).

2012: Made 14 appearances out of the bullpen ... had a 3.07 ERA ... gave up just five runs and 11 hits in 14.2 innings of work ... struck out a total of 15 batters fanned two in a scoreless inning against Gordon (3/9) ... also threw a scoreless inning against Eastern Nazarene (3/21) and struck out two ... struck out three batters in two innings of work against Coast Guard giving up no hits (4/1) ... scoreless in two innings against Fisher (4/25) giving up just two hits and striking out three.

2011: Got into six games out of the bullpen for the Engineers … two scoreless innings with four strikeouts against Hope (3/22) … two and a third innings of one-hit work at Brandies (4/6).

Off The Diamond at MIT: Majoring in civil engineering … internship with Kimley-Horn & Associates … played football for MIT as a freshman … made four tackles.

High School: A 2010 graduate of Nacogdoches High School … all-district second baseman … also played football … team’s defensive player of the year … honorable mention all-district as a defensive back … National Merit Scholar Commended … first team academic all-state in both baseball and football.