2005 (Senior): Made a successful return from "Tommy John" surgery this spring, making 14 starts... compiled a 7-3 record to go along with an ERA of 3.21... tallied 67.1 innings pitched... fanned 46 batters and held opponents to a .256 batting average... in Conference USA play, compiled a 4-3 record in eight starts to go along with a 4.38 ERA... he opened the season with a pitch count limit and went three scoreless innings in his first start of the year against Utah on February 13... picked up his first win of the season with a five inning stint at Florida Atlantic on February 20... struck out four Owls while limiting them to two runs on eight hits... improved to 2-0 with a strong start against Texas Tech on March 8... allowed two runs (one earned) on six hits in six innings... game started a streak of 26.2 innings without allowing an earned run... got a no-decision in a loss to Baylor on March 15... tossed six scoreless innings of one-hit baseball... struck out seven Bears while walking none... bullpen squandered another strong performance on March 22 against Oklahoma... tossed five innings, giving up one unearned run on six hits... moved record to 3-0 as he combined to shutout East Carolina on April 3... allowed two unearned runs in six innings against USF on April 9... allowed only one hit while striking out six to improve to 4-0... picked up his fifth win on the season with an eight inning stint against Memphis on April 16... gave up a run on five hits... defeated Charlotte on April 23 for sixth win of the season... didn't get any offensive support in his first loss of the season on May 1 to Houston... gave up three runs (two earned) on eight hits in 7.1 innings of work... struggled in his next three starts, as his record moved to 6-3 with losses to Louisville and Tulane... rebounded to win the last start of his career... defeated Southern Miss to propel the Frogs into the Tournament championship game for the second straight year... gave up three runs on four hits in five innings while striking out six.
2004 (Junior): Made 11 appearances this season, pitching 12.1 innings... first appearance on the mound since "Tommy John" surgery was on March 13 against New Mexico... pitched an inning of scoreless baseball... didn't allow a run in his first 6.1 innings pitched this season, spanning four appearances... picked up lone win of the season in a relief appearance against Houston on March 28... pitched 2.1 of one-hit baseball... started on April 11 against Cincinnati... pitched 2.1 innings, allowing a run on five hits and striking out three... earned a save against UT-Arlington on April 14, recording the final two outs of the game ... picked up first loss of the season against USF on April 16... gave up two runs on three hits without picking up an out... second loss of the season came against Baylor on April 27... gave up four runs on two hits... struggled in his last five outings... gave up 13 runs in his last three innings pitched... finished the season with an 8.76 ERA..
2003 (True Junior): Named to the C-USA Commissioners Academic Honor Roll... Made only one appearance all season, before suffering an elbow injury... one appearance was a Feb. 9 start against UT-San Antonio... pitched three innings allowing only two hits, walking two and striking out four in a 6-1 TCU victory... received a medical redshirt.
At Texas: Played two seasons for the Longhorns... posted a 1-0 record with a 3.93 ERA and one save in 15 appearances in 2002... made four starts in 2002, including one vs. TCU on Apr. 30 in Round Rock... hurled 4.2 innings against the Frogs, allowing three runs on six hits, didn't figure in the decision... appeared in nine games, starting three as a freshman in 2001, went 1-0 with a 2.60 ERA and combined on a pair of shutouts during freshman campaign... also made an appearance against TCU on Mar. 6, 2001, striking out one in 1.1 innings of work... teammates with current Frogs Chris Neuman and Eugene Espineli.
High School: A four-year letterwinner at Fort Worth's Nolan Catholic High School... collected all-district accolades all four years of prep career... earned all-state honors as a junior and senior... named Fort Worth Star-Telegram Private School Player of the Year in 2000.
Personal: Full name is Timothy Michael McGough... born on Apr. 2, 1982... son of Nancy and Michael McGough... has a brother named Billy... majoring in speech communication.