87 - Tim Calhoun
|High School:||Zillah HS '02|
2006: Listed as a starter at tight end on preseason depth chart. When he played at San Jose State on Sept. 3, 2005, it was the first time he played in a game since Nov. 16, 2002, in EWU's victory over top-ranked Montana. He missed the 2004 season because of a wrist injury. He then missed the 2003 campaign because of an ankle injury that required three surgeries to repair after earning honorable mention All-Big Sky honors as a true freshman in 2002. 2005: Earned second team All-Big Sky Conference honors. Named to the Big Sky Conference All-Academic team. Started at tight end in eight of Eastern's 12 games. He equaled his career high with six catches for 123 yards against Sacramento State (10/29/05) to earn the team's offensive player of the week award. 2004: Did not play, but could get the year back as an injury hardship case. He was one of nine Eagles given off-season strength and conditioning awards by strength and conditioning coach Darin Lovat. Missed spring practice for the second-straight season because of an ankle injury. 2003: Did not play and redshirted. Selected as a preseason first team All-Big Sky selection by I-AA.org. Did not participate in spring drills because of off-season ankle surgery. 2002: Earned honorable mention All-Big Sky Conference honors. Was selected as the Big Sky Conference Freshman of the Year by Dopke.com. Named to the Big Sky Conference All-Academic team. Started five games, including the team's opener at Arizona State (8/31/02). He caught at least one pass in all but one game, with a season-high six and two touchdowns against Western Oregon (9/14/02). HS: Graduated from Zillah HS in 2002. A three-sport All-State selection in the 2001-2002 school year, he was named a first team 1A All-State defensive lineman by Associated Press as selected by sportswriters. Washington Prep Football Report selected him as a first team 1A All-State selection as both a tight end and defensive lineman. Selected by the Seattle Times as a "White Chip" selection as one of the top 80 recruits in the state of Washington. Selected to play in the State 2A/1A/B All-State game. Earned first team All-South Central Athletic Conference West honors as a defensive lineman and tight end. Also team captain as Zillah finished the year 11-1, losing to eventual State 1A champion Colfax 14-10 in the semifinals of the playoffs. Zillah ended the season ranked second in 1A, while Colfax was ranked No. 1. He caught four passes -- all for touchdowns -- for 122 yards in a 34-7 win over Toledo in the first round of the playoffs. As a junior, he earned first team all-league honors as a tight end and defensive lineman. Also an outstanding basketball player, he was named to the 2002 Associated Press 1A All-State team as selected by sportswriters. As a senior, he helped Zillah to a 24-3 record and a third-place finish in the State 1A Basketball Tournament. He was his team's leading scorer in four tournament games, including 21 in the final game of his career when he made 8-of-11 field goals and added 12 rebounds. As a junior, Zillah was 23-4 and placed fifth. He earned first team All-SCAC honors as a senior and second team accolades as a junior. He closed his high school athletic career by being selected to play in the All-State Series in baseball after playing as both a pitcher and catcher. He earned first team all-league honors in baseball as a sophomore, junior and senior. Personal: Born 7/2/83 in Yakima, Wash. He is the nephew of former Washington State University and Seattle Seahawks running back Dan Doornink, who is now a doctor in Yakima, Wash. Recreation management major.