2007-08 Baseball
Tim Roberson
Tim Roberson
Tim Roberson

HOMETOWNWest Palm Beach, Fla.

At A Glance
Finished in a tie for the all-time lead in RBI (180) and total bases (418) … second all-time with 40 home runs, hitting the most over a two-year span (2009-10) in program history with 32 … ranks in the top 5 in seventh other categories … set a single-season for total bases in 2009 (159) … started 173 games, delivering a hit in 138 contests … career .321 hitter … A-Sun All-Conference first team choice in 2009 … named A-Sun Player of the Week three times.

As A Senior (2011)
Started all 49 games played, splitting time between third base (39) and catcher (7) … hit .296 with 32 runs scored, 60 hits, 15 doubles, a triple, five home runs and 41 RBI … ranked second on the team in home runs and RBI … delivered a hit in 38 games, including 18 multi-hit performances … hit .320 with two outs and had a team-high 24 two-out RBI … produced a 10-game hit streak at the end of March … also hit .296 against the A-Sun, landing a hit in 24 of 30 games … had a hit in all three games of a A-Sun weekend four times … went 2-for-5 with a double, home run and two RBI in a win over Michigan (Mar. 2) … marked the second straight year he hit a home run against the Wolverines … went 7-for-11 with five runs scored and six RBI during sweep of Campbell (Mar. 18-19) … continued off 10-game hit streak with 3-for-3 night against USF (Mar. 22) that included three RBI and second home run in three games … opened series at ETSU (Apr. 1-3) with a double in back-to-back games, finishing 5-for-13 for the weekend … finished a single short of the cycle in series opener at Kennesaw State (Apr. 15), going 3-for-5 with two walks, two runs and four RBI … drilled a solo home run at No. 8 Florida State (Apr. 20) … followed with two doubles and three RBI in series opener against Le Moyne (Apr. 22) … reached base 10 times in Stetson series (May 6-8), going 6-for-10 with four walks … turned in fourth three-hit day of the season in series finale at Belmont (May 15) … delivered an RBI single against Lipscomb (May 21) on senior day at Swanson Stadium.

As A Junior (2010)
Started a total of 57 games, splitting time at catcher (33) and third base (24) … named to the A-Sun Preseason All-Conference team ... over a team-high 256 at-bats, he ranked first on the team with 13 home runs, 63 RBI and 142 total bases … finished with a .332 batting average, 60 runs scored, 85 hits, 18 doubles and a .555 slugging percentage … tied for the team lead with 31 extra-base hits … had a hit in 48 games, including 28 multi-hit performances … drove in multiple runs a team-best 20 times, highlighted by a season-high five against Michigan (Mar. 3) … had 21 two-out RBI … produced a hit in 27 of the first 29 games … had five hit streaks of six games or more, highlighted by a season-long 12-game streak … finished with a .343 batting average, 12 doubles, seven home runs and 40 RBI in the A-Sun … had a hit in 26 of 30 conference contests … opened the season with a nine-game hit streak … reached base 12 times over three-game series vs. Temple (Feb. 19-21) … went 2-for-4 with a double and a grand slam against Michigan … turned in a monster series at USC Upstate (Mar. 12-14), going 10-for-16 with eight runs, two doubles, two home runs and six RBI … named the A-Sun Player of the Week on Mar. 15 … homered for the second straight season against Florida (Mar. 24) during a 2-for-5 afternoon … had a home run in three consecutive games against Florida and Kennesaw State (Mar. 26-27) … blasted a solo home run at FIU (Apr. 6) … had a hit in each game of the series at Lipscomb (Apr. 16-18), including a pair of doubles in game two … opened four-game series at Clemson (May 1-4) with a 2-for-5 day that included a double, home run and two RBI during a win … went 6-for-14 against the Tigers and closed with a home run in the last game of the series … earned second A-Sun Player of the Week award on May 10 after going 6-for-13 with six runs scored, a double, two home runs and eight RBI at ETSU (May 8-9) … hit a home run in each of the first two games at ETSU for second three-game home run streak of the season … went 5-for-14 over three games at the A-Sun Tournament … helped the Eagles claim all 10 A-Sun Conference series on the season and secure their third consecutive A-Sun regular season title.

As A Sophomore (2009)
Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Conference first team … started 54 games, batting in the No. 3 spot in the lineup every contest … hit .349 with 56 runs scored, a team-high 88 hits, 12 doubles, one triple and 65 RBI … set a program single-season record for total bases (159) … ranked second in the A-Sun in home runs and total bases, and fifth in hits and RBI … had a hit in 43 games, including 26 multi-hit performances … drove in multiple runs in 18 games, including seven with at least four RBI … went 6-for-13 with the bases loaded and had a team-high 28 two-out RBI … had season-best 14-game hit streak, batting .484 with five doubles, five home runs and 12 RBI during the streak … reached base in all but five games … finished with a .631 slugging percentage and worked 21 walks for a .402 on-base percentage … scored a run in 35 games … had a hit in 24 of 30 A-Sun contests, finishing with a .340 clip, 12 home runs and 35 RBI against conference foes … named to the Brooks Wallace National All-Star Lineup for week four (Mar. 18) after hitting .538 with five home runs and 16 RBI during a 4-1 week for FGCU … also named the A-Sun Player of the Week … began the week by going 7-for-13 with three home runs and 10 RBI over two games against Penn State (Mar. 10-11), highlighted by career-highs of two homers and six RBI in the first meeting … capped the five-game week with two more home runs during a 4-for-5 night that included three runs and four RBI at UNF (Mar. 22) … started a streak of six straight games with at least three hits (19-27) when he went 6-for-8 with three runs and four doubles over two games against Bethune-Cookman (Mar. 31-Apr. 1) … streak continued over three games at Mercer (Apr. 3-5) where he went 10-for-14 with two home runs … hit a home run in all three games against USC Upstate (Apr. 24-25), going 7-for-15 with seven RBI ... had a pair of home runs during 7-for-19 performance at ETSU (May 1-2) that included seven runs scored … helped FGCU take down No. 9 Florida by going 3-for-4 with three runs, a double and home run.

As A Freshman (2008)
Appeared in 21 games, making 10 starts at DH and three more at third base … hit .237 with eight runs scored, 14 hits, two doubles, three home runs and 11 RBI … hit a two-run home run in very first collegiate at-bat against Southeastern (Feb. 22) … had two multi-hit games and three multi-RBI outings … collected a hit in each of his first three games … had a hit in nine of 13 starts … went 4-for-14 with four runs scored and five RBI over three-game opening series vs. Southeastern (Feb. 22-23) … hit an RBI double against Bowling Green (Mar. 6) … second home run was a pinch-hit solo bomb against FIU (Apr. 9) … had a season-high three hits (3-5) at Lipscomb (Apr. 11) … hit a two-run homer in game one at USC Upstate (May 16).

High School
2007 graduate of Palm Beach Central High School where he played under Coach Scott Benedict … named first team All-Conference and first team All-Area … 2007 Louisville Slugger All-American.

Son of Marie Lower and Tim Roberson … criminal justice major.

Single-Game Highs
7, 2x, last vs. ETSU-2 (May 1, 2009)
Hits: 4, 4x, last vs. USC-Upstate (Mar. 13, 2010)
Runs: 3, 8x, last vs. ETSU-2 (May. 8, 2010)
Doubles: 2, 6x, last vs. Central Lipscomb (Apr. 17, 2010)
Triples: 1, 2x, last vs. Kennesaw State (Apr. 15, 2011)
Home Runs: 2, 2x, last vs. North Florida (Mar. 15, 2009)
RBI: 6 vs. Penn State (Mar. 10, 2009)
Walks: 3, 2x, last vs. Le Moyne (Apr. 24, 2011)

Superlative Stats
Games Started:
Games With A Hit: 140
Multi-Hits: 90
3+ Hits: 29
4+ Hits: 4
Multi-Runs: 41
Multi-Doubles: 6
Games With A Home Run: 36
Multi-Home Runs: 2
Multi-RBI: 53
4+ RBI: 9
5+ RBI: 2
Multi-Walks: 14
Longest Hit Streak: 12 games (2009)