Tim was a two-way midfielder for both Lawrence Academy and the Fighting Clams throughout high school. Though he was an effective goal scorer and two-way midfielder, it became clear that the face-off X was where he belonged, and in college, Tim the two-way midfielder morphed into Fallon the face-off man. It did not take long to realize it was his calling.
Fallon was an Honorable Mention All-American in 2010 and a 2nd Team All-American in 2011 at the University of Hartford. Undrafted out of college, the Senior Captain was picked up by the Denver Outlaws in 2011 and spent time on the team’s practice squad. In the 2012 Supplemental Draft, Tim was selected 27th overall by the Rochester Rattlers and went on to appear in eight games, going 89-196 at the X for a 45.4 FO%. He also recorded one goal and two assists.
In order to address one of the team’s glaring weaknesses in its inaugural season, the Hounds selected an unprotected Fallon in the 2013 MLL Supplemental Draft. Fallon quickly became the team’s rock, appearing in all 14 regular-season games. During the postseason, while splitting time with Geoff Snider, Fallon made the most of the opportunity and was a dominant 5-7 at the X. He also scored five goals over the season and added two assists. In 2014, Fallon carried the largest faceoff load for the Hounds. He appeared in 10 games, where he went 117-243 at the X (48.1%). He also scored one goal.
Fallon plans to step away from the professional game to spend more time with his wonderful new wife Brittany. In addition to coaching in the Clam program he will serve as a Cascade Sales Representative for the New England region.