Tim Ward

Tim Ward
Tim Ward
San Jose Earthquakes
Real Name: Tim Ward
HT: 6' 0" WT: 165
Age: 28 (02/27/1987)
Birthplace: Waukesha, WI
Hometown: Waukesha, WI


2011: MLS: Logged 225 minutes over three appearances, drawing a pair of starts … Started and played the full 90 minutes in back-to-back matches in late July, at RSL on 7/23 and vs. DC on 7/30 … Brought on as a substitute for 45 minutes of action at CHV on 7/6 … Missed the first 11 games of the season due to right hamstring strain … Exhibition: Played 90 minutes vs. West Brom on 7/12 … Open Cup: -- … Reserves: Played 90 minutes vs. LA on 6/6, at POR on 6/21, vs. POR on 8/7, at VAN on 9/6 and at SEA on 10/10 … Provided one assist.

2010: MLS: Acquired by the Quakes on 8/6 from Chicago … Started all six games he appeared in with CHI … Made Earthquakes debut on 8/7 at COL, when he came on as a substitute in the 41st minute … Started and played the full 90 minutes on 8/14 vs. KC, on 8/21 vs. LA, on 8/28 at NY, on 9/5 at HOU, on 9/11 vs. FCD, on 9/15 vs. PHI and at TOR on 9/25 … Started and played 64 minutes on 9/29 vs. CHI … Started and played 90 minutes on 10/2 at CLB … Started and notched his first assist with SJ while playing 90 minutes on 10/9 at DC … Started and played 90 minutes on 10/16 vs. HOU … DNP - 10/20 vs. CHV … Started and played the full 90 minutes on 10/23 at KC … MLS Cup Playoffs: Started and played full 90 minutes 10/30 vs. NY and 11/4 at NY.

2009: MLS: Acquired by the Fire on 5/1 … Made 19 starts … In 17 complete games, notched three assists, including the game-winner on 8/1 at RSL … Exhibition: Played 45 minutes and notched the lone assist for the Fire in the match vs. Club America on 4/29 at TOYOTA Park … Open Cup: Played 61 minutes in the third-round loss … SuperLiga: Played in five games, starting four, as the Fire surged to a second-place finish in the international tournament.

2008: MLS: Acquired by the Rapids on 2/27 in a trade for Nicolas Hernandez … Did not appear for the Rapids in league play … MLS Cup Playoffs: Did not play … Open Cup: Did not play … Reserves: Appeared in 11 games for the reserve team.

2007: MLS: Started and played six games for the Crew … Logged 539 minutes.

2006: MLS: Acquired by the Crew … Appeared in 11 games, starting six … Made his debut for CLB on 4/1 in the season opener, coming on as a halftime sub … Started his first game with the Crew on 4/29 … Open Cup: Started in both matches … Reserves: Appeared in eight games.

2005: MLS: Appeared in 13 matches as a rookie for NY, making 11 starts … Notched three assists … Open Cup: Came on as a sub in the 65th minute of New York’s 3-1 loss at Rochester (USL1) on 8/3 in the Round of 16.

International: Represented the U.S. at the U-23, U-20, U-18 and U-17 levels … Played for the U.S. U-20 national team at the Busan Cup in South Korea and at the Milk Cup in Ireland … Led the team in appearances in 2004 with 17, starting in 14 … Played in 35 games, starting 30, for the U.S. U-17 team … Scored one goal and tallied three assists.

College: Played one season of collegiate soccer, at Saint Louis University in 2004 … Tied for second on the Billikins in assists with four … Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team and All-Conference USA Second Team … Selected to NSCAA All-Midwest Region Second Team.

High School/Club: U.S. Soccer  U-17 Residency program for two years (2002-03) … Played for Parkland Soccer Club prior to joining residency.

Personal: His brother, James, played soccer at Washington University in St. Louis … Brother, T.C., played soccer at Marquette … Completed his high school education at the Edison Academic Center while in residency in the U.S. national team program in Bradenton, Fla., for two years … Trained with Freddy Adu, Michael Bradley and Robbie Rogers while in residency … Sushi is his favorite food.

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