Fordham's Timmy Will Signs to Play Overseas in New Zealand
BRONX, N.Y. --
Former Fordham University men's water polo player Timmy
Will ’09 (Surfside,
Fla./Miami Beach) has signed a professional contract to play overseas in Wellington, New Zealand for the Harbor City Hawks.
A Second Team All-Northern Division goalkeeper in 2008, Will posted a school record 244 saves as a senior, while also setting the single game saves record with 19 against the United States Naval Academy. During the season, he was named the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) Northern Division Player of the Week once following a 13-save performance against Harvard University.
He anchored the Fordham defense to
a team goals against average of 9.44, which rated 22nd in the
country, while individually he tied for seventh in the NCAA in
total saves and saves per game (10.17). Further, he helped Fordham
finish at 13-10 overall in 2008, posting their first winning season
since 1987, and ended the season with a fifth place finish at the
Northern Division Championship.
In addition to his athletic success, he was selected to the CWPA Scholar-Athlete team for the third time in his career following the 2008 campaing, while also being named team his team's Most Valuable Player at Fordham's annual Block “F” Awards Dinner.
Release courtesy Fordham Athletic Communications