- 6/4: 678th Overall, 23rd Round - Cleveland "COMMENT: Excellent pitchers' frame. Low 3/4 delivery. Fastball potential, sink action away from RH hitters. Curve has occasional tight rotation. Idea of circle change. Arm action to throw slider in future. Coachable with desire to learn."
- 4/12: 2-for-5, HR, 3RBI
- 4/5: Confidence the key with UH's Montgomery "I built up a lot of confidence up there," said Montgomery. "Coach Cheff motivates you to succeed. He doesn't deal with losses or failures very well. He made sure you worked hard."
- 3/5: Monty Kills Hilo "I've had like, one other one, back in the day — little league days, I think." said Montgomery. "I wasn't really thinking about hitting a grand slam. You try and do that, it never works out. I also got some help from the trade winds."
- 3/5: Two HR, Grand Slam
- 2/24: Three-run blast in win over shockers
- 2/16: 2-for-3 with two doubles, a run scored and an RBI
- 2/12: 1-for-3 with a home run, two RBI and two runs scored
- 2/9: 2-for-3 with two runs scored in big win over UCLA
- 2/3: UH Baseball Preview "Fall conditioning really helped Tim. He has tremendous instincts and is the best in our conference at tracking balls. He is still a work in progress offensively but is much better at not chasing breaking balls."
8/7: Panners Struggle But Win
8/5: SCORECAST vs. Prairie Gravel Illinois
7/31: The Bombers - Tyler, Mike, Tim and Chad - 4HR Game vs. Bucs
7/22: Panners cycle into first "This is the first time I've ever hit for the cycle," said Montgomery. "Usually stuff like that only happens for me in wiffle ball games. But to do it for the first time as a Panner feels great, it's exciting." The win raises the Panners' consecutive win streak at Growden to (7) and, more importantly, moves them into first place in the Alaska Baseball League. They stand at 20-11 in the ABL, 25-14 overall."
7/22: Montgomery wards off Oilers
6/12: Goldpanners Win Opener - Richard Larson "Mike Moat made an impressive debut for the Alaska Goldpanners, pitching one-hit ball over eight innings as the Panners opened their season with a solid 5-0 win over the Mat-Su Miners in Palmer on Tuesday. Haag was 2 for 4 with a run scored, Jennings was 2 for 3 with a run scored, and Montgomery was 1 for 3 with a run scored and two RBIs to lead the Panners at the plate."
3/4: Hits the game winner for UH
1/28: 2-for-3, HR, 2 Runs
Participated in 53 games making 48 starts (RF=47; CF=1)…collected a season-high three hits in the season opener against Sacramento State…had 11 multi-hit and five multi-RBI games…third on the squad with 11 steals in 12 tries…ended the season riding a five-game hitting streak…set a new UH single-season mark with 61 strikeouts…hit .241 in 34 WAC games with five doubles, three homers, 14 RBI, and 16 runs…went 1-for-3 as a pinch-hitter…posted a .255 average against lefties and hit .200 versus right handers.
A 2000 graduate of Eastlake High School in Redmond, Wash…earned three letters in baseball…a 2000 first team all-Kingco (district) selection…earned 2000 all-Eastside (conference) first team…a member of the 2000 Kingco championship team…coached by J.T. D'Amico…a scholar-athlete and a member of the National Honor Society. Northwest Boys of Summer
Born June 2, 1982, in Salem, Ore…majoring in pre-business…nickname is "T"…likes to golf and play Ken Griffey Jr.'s Slugfest…favorites include crispy beef burritos from Taco Time…likes the movie "Dumb and Dumber," the band Pearl Jam, and Manny Ramirez of the Boston Red Sox…favorite quote is "bring me your finest meats and cheeses for a clubhouse feast" by Kenny Mayne of Sportscenter…has one younger brother and one younger sister…parents are Sue and Don Montgomery.
2003 YEARBOOK CARDS