Tim Tawa is a right-handed baseball player from West Linn, Oregon, USA. Timothy plays as a centerfielder, third baseman, and shortstop in his team. His current position is infield and outfield.
Timothy was born on 7th April 1999 in West Linn, Oregon, a small town in the USA. His father’s name is John Tawa and his mother’s name is Lisa Dunne and grew up with two younger brothers, Casey and Jordy. He went to West Linn high school in his hometown and pursuing college studies from Stanford University in communication. Ever since his school days, he was too mad for sports and always dreamed of playing sports in college. Although, he wasn’t sure whether it was going to be baseball or football. Tim was a hard person and pushed the limit in pursuit to be the best and he discovered his passion in baseball.
Tim Tawa Career
He was Oregonian High School Athlete of the Year in the year 2016. He was MaxPreps Male Athlete of the Year in 2016. Timothy set the state record for career touchdown passes and passing yards in a season and career. He led the football team to the 2016 league and state championships. He played in a total of six state championships in nine varsity seasons combining three games baseball, football, and basketball. This was about his high school career.
As a freshman, he managed to be in many Pac- 12 championships in the year 2018. He was collegiate in baseball newspaper as freshman All-American first team. In his first six collegiate games, he had hits. He had one hit, one run, and one RBI in his collegiate debut, a 5-1 win against Fullerton on 16th February. Tim was a perfect game freshman in All-America’s first team. He batted .296 with seven home runs, 41 RBI, 44 runs, and a team-high 18 doubles in the game. This covered everything about his freshman year at Stanford.
In his sophomore year, he was on Stanford regional All-tournament team. On April 16th he has three home runs against UC Davis. He had a 2-for-6 score with a run at Oregon on 19th April. Tim had scored 2-for-4 with a run against Arizona on April 26. He hit 1-for-3 with two RBI in the game against Arizona on 27th April. On 28th April he had a 2-for-4 score with two runs against Arizona. He scored 2-for-4 with a three-run home run and two runs at Cal on May 12th. He managed to score 2-for-4 with two runs and a double at Arizona State on 24th May.
Timothy was awarded as a Pac-12 Academic Honor Roll. He Batted .213 in 16 appearances and finished with seven runs, two doubles, one home run, and six RBI in the game. He scored 2-for-4 with a double against Cal State Fullerton on February 14th. On 22nd February he hit a home run and two RBI at Texas Tech. He scored 2-for-4 against Kansas State on 7th March. This was his junior year career.
Tim Tawa Biography
|Timothy John Tawa
|7 April 1999
|Age (as of 2021)
|West Linn, U.S.
|in feet inches – 6’ 0” – in Centimeters – 183 cm
|in Kilograms – 86 kg – in Pounds – 190 lbs
|Casey Tawa, Jordy Tawa
|Is he a Gay?
Timothy is private about his personal life just like the celebrities. Currently, it’s assumed that he is single and not dating anyone. He isn’t rumored to be in any romantic relationship currently. He is focusing on his career right now. Timothy is active on Twitter and Instagram. He has 4511 followers and 1182 following on Instagram and made 48 posts so far. His posts are mostly related to his game and family. Tim has 1203 followers with 520 followings on Twitter and made about 1289 tweets as of now.
Tim Tawa Net worth
Timothy’s net worth is not public right now and still a mystery to people. The main source of income for timothy would be baseball and the price money he gets from playing all the games during high school and university.
- Timothy is fond of dogs; he has one of his own and posted pictures of different dogs on Instagram.
- Timothy decided to play during high school but wasn’t sure between baseball and football.
- Tim was the Gatorade baseball player of the year in the year 2017.
- He was also a Two-time Oregon state Football Player of the Year for two consecutive years 2015 and 2016.
- Tim was a three-time Gatorade football player of the year for three consecutive years 2014, 2015, and 2016.
- He was the captain of the football and baseball team of his high school two times.
- He served as a youth coach at baseball and football camps in high school.