CREIGHTON CAREER - 2014 (Junior):
Started all 22 matches … NSCAA All-America Second Team selection … NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region First Team member … Named BIG EAST Midfielder of the Year … All-BIG EAST First Team pick … BIG EAST All-Tournament Team choice … Earned College Soccer News Second Team All-America acclaim … Claimed Top Drawer Soccer Postseason Best XI Third Team honors … Led the BIG EAST with 75 shots and nine assists … Those nine helpers ranked No. 8 nationally … Finished sixth in the conference with 21 points … The half dozen scores rated in a tie for eighth in the conference … Topped the team with 36 shots on goal, placing one on net in all but three contests … Registered a point in five of the Jays’ final seven matches with a goal and five assists. … Ranks second in goals, shots, shots on goal and points all-time at Morrison Stadium … Posted game-winning goals against UIC (9/16) and Butler (10/11) … Named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week twice (10/13 and 11/3) … In the first instance, he scored both goals in Creighton’s 2-1 win over Butler (10/11) and moved alone into second place all-time for career goals scored in Morrison Stadium … The latter came three weeks later when he scored his sixth goal of the season after assisting on the game-winning goal in a 2-0 victory over No. 24 Marquette (10/29) and assisted on another game winner at DePaul (11/1) in a 2-1 win … Posted four points on a goal and two helpers in a 3-0 win over Cincinnati (9/7) … The score against the Bearcats started a three-match string of goals that included the Jays’ lone goal at Tulsa (9/13) and game winner versus UIC (9/16) … Played 79 minutes or more in final 10 contests of the season … Recorded a career high 106 minutes against the Golden Hurricane (9/13) … Landed on BIG EAST All-Academic Team ... Opened year on Preseason All-BIG EAST Team.2013 (Sophomore):
All-BIG EAST Second Team selection … Started all 20 matches … Finished as top scorer for CU with seven goals and 18 points … Ranked among top 10 in several offensive categories in the BIG EAST including shots (No. 4 – 56), goals (No. 7 – 7) and points (No. 7 – 18) … Posted game-winning goals against Columbia (9/6) and DePaul (11/2) … Registered at least one shot attempt in all but one contest … Named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week (11/4) after tallying six points including two goals against DePaul (11/2) and assisting on both Bluejay goals in a 2-0 win over Drake (10/30) ... Appeared on the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll on three occasions … Earned BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (9/2) recognition after leading the Creighton attack on the opening weekend with a pair of goals and an assist … Scored a goal and assisted on the other in a 2-0 win against No. 14 Tulsa (8/30) … Added a goal in a 3-0 victory over Cal Poly (9/1) … Named to BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (9/9) for a second consecutive week after game-winning score over Columbia (9/6) … Final BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (10/28) came after scoring goals in each of Jays’ road matches at Butler (10/23) and at Seton Hall (10/26) … Also assisted on the game-winning goal against the Bulldogs in a 3-2 victory … Preseason All-BIG EAST Team selection … Top Drawer Soccer Preseason National Top 100 (No. 96).2012 (Freshman):
Led team with 24 points, 10 goals and 34 shots on goal en route to winning Missouri Valley Conference Freshman of the Year honors ... All-MVC First Team and MVC All-Freshman Team member ... Received Soccer America All-Freshman First Team accolades as a midfielder ... Claimed 2012 All-Freshman First Team recognition from College Soccer News ... Ended 2012 ranked nationally as the No. 4 freshman and No. 42 overall with 10 goals ... Rated No. 5 nationally as a freshman and No. 51 overall in NCAA Division I with 24 points scored in 2012 ... His 10 scores were the most by any CU freshman since 1990 ... College Soccer News National Team of the Week on (11/25) after scoring lone Bluejay goal in regulation and netting the deciding penalty kick in an NCAA Third Round match at Akron ... Claimed MVC Offensive Player of the Week honors on (11/5) after scoring eighth goal of season to lead Jays to a 2-1 victory at Evansville and help CU clinch an outright MVC regular season title and the top seed in the Valley Tournament.CLUB/PREP CAREER:
Played high school soccer at Frankenlandschulheim Gaibach ... Member of the Schweinfurt 05 club team ... Delivered six goals and three assists in 28 matches in 2011-12, playing a combined 2,066 minutes ... Notched a season-high two goals in 3-0 win over FSV Erlangen-B and two assists in a 3-0 win over Unterhaching II ... Played for the FC Gerolzhofen as a U-16 player.PERSONAL:
Son of Harald and Ingrid Pitter ... Timo was born on Sept. 1, 1992 ... Has three siblings: Ralf, Nadja and Jonas ... International Business major.