Northwestern vs. Cornell - November 10, 2006 (photos courtesy of Associated Press)
2006-07: An honorable mention All-Big Ten selection ... Only Wildcat to start all 31 games ... Set a Northwestern single-season record with 157 assists, breaking the old mark of 154 ... Became the first player in school history to record at least 350 points, 150 assists, 100 rebounds and 50 steals in the same season, joining a list of only 13 other players in the history of the Big Ten to accomplish that feat, a list that included Magic Johnson, Scott Skiles and Isiah Thomas ... In only three years at Northwestern, he finished fourth on the school's all-time assists list with 341 ... Averaged 11.5 points per game -- 20th in the Big Ten -- and 3.3 rebounds overall while shooting .492 percent from the field and 74 percent from the line ... Had 17 double-digit scoring games ... Recorded career-highs in points (26), FG's (9) and FT's (8) in the close loss to Purdue (2/24) ... Shot 56 percent from the field and averaged 14.5 points over the last 12 games of the season ... Scored 17 in the narrow road loss to Iowa (2/15), 18 in the win over Texas-Pan American (2/21), a career-high of 26 against Purdue (2/24) and 17 against Indiana (2/28) ... Finished third in the Big Ten in assists per game (5.1) and with 1.7 steals ... Only 2.9 TO's per game, good for eighth in the conference in assist-turnover ratio (+1.72) ... Was third among all Big Ten players with 35.0 minutes per game ... Played 37 or more minutes 16 times ... Dished out a career-high nine assists in the win over Northwestern State (12/31) ... Posted eight assists against Cornell, Brown, Miami (Fla.), No. 3 Wisconsin and vs. Indiana ... Scored 18 points in the blowout win over Utah (12/21) ... Also recorded six assists and seven rebounds in that game on 7-of-8 shooting ... Scored 17 points in the win over Brown (11/21) ... Was 8-of-12 from the field in that game ... Had 16 points and five assists in the game against Illinios at home (2/7).
2005-06: Became just the fourth player in Northwestern history to record at least 200 points, 100 assists and 100 rebounds in the same season ... Averaged 8.0 ppg, 3.9 rpg and 3.8 apg while shooting 50.3 percent from the field and 72 percent from the stripe ... Started 25-of-29 games ... Finished eighth in the Big Ten with 3.8 assists per game, seventh in assist/turnover ratio (+1.7) and 12th in FG percentage (.503) ... Finished seventh on NU's single-season assist list with 110, led the team ... Had 12 games with five or more assists ... Was second on the team with 3.9 rebounds per game ... had a season-high seven rebounds in the BCA title game loss to UNC Wilmington (11/15/05) ... Had a career-best seven assists vs. UIC Dec. 14 and against IPFW (2/11/06) ... Had his best game offensively with a career-high 20 points on 8-of-11 from the field in the win over Purdue (1/4/06) ... Also had five assists in that game and connected on a season-high 6-of-7 from the line ... Had eight games with 10 or more points ... Had 13 in games vs. Florida Atlantic (11/21/05), at Virginia (11/30/05) and vs. Delaware State (12/3/05) ... Had 12 points and went 4-of-4 from the line in the win over Minnesota (3/4/06) ... Had 10 points in the overtime win at Purdue (1/25/06) off the bench ... Had a solid all-around game with 14 points on 6-of-8 shooting to compliment six rebounds and a career-high-tying seven assists against IPFW (2/11/06) ... Recorded 14 points in the season-opener vs. Lehigh Nov. 13.
2004-05: One of just three players to play in all 31 games (a school record), including 11 starts ... Finished second on team with 74 assists ... Had 10 points at Iowa (2/12) ... Nine points (7-8 FT), team-high seven rebounds vs. Purdue (2/5) ... Eight points, four rebounds, six assists without a turnover vs. Indiana (1/5) ... Scored a season-high 13 points to go with six rebounds, two assists, two blocks vs. UT-Pan American (12/31) ... Six points, eight rebounds, four assists vs. Robert Morris (12/22) ... Five assists without a turnover at Arizona State (12/20) Five points, six rebounds and five assists vs. Chicago State (12/4) ... 11 points, four rebounds and four assists at Colorado (11/28) ... Six points, four rebounds, two assists in 34 minutes in first game vs. Portland (11/19) ... Hit first three three-pointers in an NU uniform.
2003-04: Sat out the season after transferring to NU from St. John's.
2002-03 (at St. John's): Appeared in 25 games for NIT champions ... Averaged 1.3 points and 0.9 rebounds per game ... Scored his first collegiate points with two free throws in the first half at Fairfield (11/30) ... Set career highs with six points and three steals, while also pulling down two rebounds in 10 minutes of action vs. Niagara (1/2) ... Started his first game of the season vs. Providence (2/15), contributing two points, two rebounds and two steals ... Dished out a season-high three assists at Miami (Fla.) (3/8) ... Scored four points, grabbed two rebounds and dished out two assists in NIT first-round win vs. Boston University (3/19) ... Pulled down a season-high four rebounds in NIT third-round win vs. UAB (3/27).
High School: Three-time All-Long Island selection ... Two-time Catholic League Player of the Year ... Averaged 20 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists as a senior ... Led St. Dominic to two regular-season league titles ... Played in the Windy City Game, an all-star game pitting players from New York City and Chicago ... As a junior, averaged 17 points, 10 rebounds and six assists ... Averaged 14 points, 12 rebounds and six assists as a sophomore ... Most Valuable Player of the Lupus Tournament as a sophomore and a senior ... Played varsity basketball during eighth grade and as a freshman at Long Island Lutheran ... While there, he played with Drew Nicholas, who was a member of Maryland's 2002 national championship team ... Lutheran lost in the New York State Federation Finals in his first season and the semifinals his second season ... Helped Long Island Panthers AAU team to four AAU National Championships during the summer of 2001 ... Led the ABCD Summer All-Star Camp in field goal percentage in 2002.
Personal: Born Timothy T. Doyle on 10/2/82 in Merrick, N.Y. ... The son of Daniel and Theresa Doyle ... Father played college basketball at Belmont (N.C.) Abbey for legendary coach Al McGuire and later for the NBA's Detroit Pistons ... Has two brothers who also played basketball in college--Dan (Iona) and Joe (Sacred Heart) ... Sociology and communication studies major.