- 2005 Northwoods League All-Star
- Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Spring 2005)
2007 Outlook: With a year of collegiate pitching under his belt, sophomore Tim Radmacher (pronounced ROD-mock-er) is one of several Husker pitchers who will have an expanded role this spring • Was 1-0 with a 3.60 ERA in four games last year after redshirting in his first year in the program • Showed glimpses of his potential last year, including five innings of shutout ball against Northern Colorado • Struggled with consistency around the strike zone last season, but was effective in off-season work • Could be used out of the bullpen or as a midweek starter.
2006: Radmacher was one of two freshmen pitchers who made starts for the Husker staff in 2006 • Was 1-0 with a 3.60 ERA in four appearances, striking out nine in 10 innings of work • Held opponents to a .143 average and allowed just one extra-base hit • Made three starts, earning his only win of the season against Northern Colorado on March 19 • Tossed a career-high five innings of shutout ball against UNC, allowing just two hits and fanning a season-high six Bears • Did not get past the third inning in his other two starts, getting a pair of no-decisions • Fired an inning of one-hit, scoreless relief against Nebraska-Kearney on April 19 • Spent the summer pitching for the Rochester (Minn.) Honkers in the Northwoods League, going 2-2 in 15 appearances.
2005: Redshirted in 2005, before pitching for the Rochester (Minn.) Honkers of the Northwoods League • Posted a 5-0 record with a 2.79 ERA to earn all-star recognition for Coach Greg Labbe • Fanned 35 and walked nine in 48.1 innings.
Rosemount High School: Radmacher was one of the nation’s top senior prospects playing for Coach Craig Kusick at Rosemount High School • Ranked No. 104 nationally by Team One Baseball • Rated the No. 2 high school senior in Minnesota by Baseball America before the 2004 MLB Draft • Named the Minnesota State Player of the Year by the Minnesota Coaches Association and by Louisville Slugger after posting a 10-2 mark with two saves and a 0.98 ERA • Fanned 107 and walked 21, while holding opponents to a .180 average • Garnered all-region and All-Lake Conference honors in all three seasons at Rosemount, compiling a 23-8 record with six saves, 235 career strikeouts and three no-hitters • Chosen as the No. 2 overall prospect at the 2003 Team One North Showcase • Selected NU over LSU, Arizona State, Arizona and Minnesota.
Personal: Born on April 11, 1986, in Robinsdale, Minn. • Parents are Dan Radmacher and Cheryl Radmacher • Has two brothers (Jon and Mark) • Is a general studies major.