Right-Handed Pitcher
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 185
Year: Sophomore
City/State: Rosemount, Minn.
High School: Rosemount
Experience: 1 Letter


  • 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.

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