2011: Had a goal and two assists vs. Hartford (5/7) ... agoal and an assist vs. Binghamton (5/4) ...All-America East first team (5/3) ... a goal and two assists at Vermont (4/30) ... tied career-high with three goals vs. Albany (4/23) ... three ground balls vs. Binghamton (4/16) ... tied career-high with three goals at Hartford (4/9) ... tallied a goal and an assist vs. UMBC (4/1) ... two goals and a ground ball vs. Bryant (3/26) ... took three shots vs. Cornell (3/22) ... tied a career-high with three goals at Towson (3/19) ... recorded a ground ball at St. John's (3/15) ... agoal and an assist vs. Delaware (3/12) ... two goals and an assist at Marist (3/5) ... had two goals, two ground balls and a caused turnover vs. Virginia (2/26).
2010: Started all 17 games ... had 10 goals and 10 assists ... totaled 21 ground balls ... scored two goals at Bryant (3/27) ... two goals and two assists vs. Vermont (5/1) ... two assists vs. Catamounts was a career-high ... tied a career-high with three ground balls against UMBC (4/3) ... America East Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2009: Started all 15 games for the Seawolves ... at least one point in every game but one ... a goal in every game but three ... two or more goals three times ... one of six players in double figures in goals ... a pair of scores in the opener against #2 Virginia (2/20) ... career-high three goals and a pair of ground balls in the victory over Delware (3/14) ... scored a goal in six straight games after his outing against the Blue Hens ... career best three ground balls in back-to-back games vs. Binghamton (4/18) and at #9 Hofstra (4/21) ... pair of goals in the regular season finale vs. Albany (4/29).
2008: Saw action in 10 of 14 games as a freshman ... picked up a ground ball in his first collegiate game vs. Lafayette (3/18) ... scored his first collegiate goal vs. Denver (3/22) in his second game ... notched assists in each of his next three games vs. Marist (3/25), UMBC (3/29) and Vermont (4/5) ... also picked up assists vs. Hofstra (4/22) and at Albany (4/26).
High School: A 2007 graduate of Commack High School ... four-time letterwinner in lacrosse for the Cougars ... scored 32 goals as a senior to break the school record ... totaled 103 goals during his career ... named Most Athletic Athlete as a senior ... MVP in lacrosse, football and basketball ... named the Red Zone Player of the Year for football ... Spanish award in 2004 ... chemistry award in 2005.
Personal: Born Timmy T. Trenkle on February 18, 1989 in Commack, New York ... son of Bob and Joan Trenkle ... two brothers ... one is former Seawolf Bobby, '08.