As a standout midfielder in his freshman year with the Lakers: Timerson proved that he is the complete package on offense. In 2012, the shifty and agile scorer came up with 31 goals and 29 assists in 21 games played. In all, he finished the season with 60 points. His goal, assists, and point totals each ranked inside the top 50 in the nation last spring. His 31 goals ranked 42nd while his 29 assists and 60 points ranked 22nd and 29th respectively. In the 21 games he appeared in, Timerson scored at least one goal in 14 of them. He twice scored 5 goals in a pair of Laker home games against the likes of Jefferson CC on 3/17 and Herkimer County CC on 4/27. Timerson dished out at least one assist apiece in 15 games his freshman year. He was on the passing end of 3 assists on four separate occasions in 2012. His greatest offensive game in his first year with the Lakers came on 3/17 against Jefferson. In that contest, aside from his 5 goals, Timerson was on the passing end of 2 assists. His 5-goal, 2-assist effort led him to a 7-point afternoon. In recognition of his outstanding play in 2012, Timerson was named to the Mid-State Athletic Conference All-Conference Team. The now sophomore is only expected to rise up the scoring charts in 2012-13. If his freshman year is a sign of things to come, well then hold onto your seats, because this season #7 could be one of the nation’s most elite players.