Timothy Czarnecki, ‘00
Tim Czarnecki netted three all-MIAA first team awards by shooting the basketball through the hoop. He was the best shooter from the field in the league for three years running, knocking down nearly 63 percent of his attempts in games against league rivals from 1998-2000. Thanks to his shooting prowess, he averaged nearly 15 ½ points in league games during the 1999-2000 campaign.
Tim was also among the league’s rebounding leaders. He pulled down nearly 8 ½ boards in league games in 2000, the third-best average in the MIAA. He was also fifth in 1999 and eighth in 1998.
Tim also was a three-year letter winner in baseball and he achieved all-MIAA second team status after launching three homeruns in games against league rivals in 1997. A career .310 hitter, Tim slugged 20 doubles and 14 homeruns and drove in 79 runs.
A sports science major at Albion, Tim advanced to Marymount University where he completed a doctoral degree in physical therapy. He currently serves as director for the Centers of Excellence at Memorial Health University Medical Center in Savannah, Ga.
Tim and his wife, Amy Schreiber Czarnecki, ’99, are the parents of Addyson and Ian.