Getting to Know Mammoth Forward Tim Campeau
Mammoth forward Tim Campeau was acquired by the Mammoth in early-February in a trade with the Minnesota Swarm. Here’s your chance to get to know more about the 26-year-old.
Current Residence: Coquitlam, BC
Siblings: Older sister Becky, brother- in-law Justin, and younger brother Jeff
Pets: Looking forward to having a dog
To begin, how did you get involved in the sport of lacrosse?
My Grandpa, Bob Morrison, played and coached the game. He had a huge influence on me.
What other sports did you play growing up?
I grew up playing hockey in the winter and lacrosse in the summer. What a lifestyle!!!
What other sports do you play in your free time?
Love playing tennis, basketball, and golf.
Do you have history with any current Mammoth players prior to playing in the NLL? Any past rivalries?
I grew up butting heads with the Gajics, Cliff Smith and Matt Leveque. I also played in front of Levis for a few summers with the Coquitlam Adanacs.
What is your favorite sport to watch other than lacrosse?
Who is your favorite professional team (other than Mammoth)?
Hate to say it Avs fans, but I'm a die-hard Canucklehead!
Who is your favorite Athlete?
Burnaby Joe Sakic & the Buffalo Bandits’ Jon Tavares.
Do you have a role model?
What is your favorite lacrosse memory (so far)?
Winning midget provincials with mates I grew up playing with in Port Moody.
What is one thing Mammoth fans would never guess about you?
I can read music & play piano.
In your opinion, what is your best attribute you bring to this Mammoth team?
Energy & hard work.
What are your goals for the remainder of season?
To be an impact player [and make] a long playoff run.
What excites you most about playing at Pepsi Center?
It's the loudest place to play in the league. I can't wait to hear the roar after we win!
Tim Campeau and the Colorado Mammoth return home to HealthONE Field at Pepsi Center this Friday, March 4 at 7pm MST to take on Campeau’s former team, the Minnesota Swarm. Tickets are on sale now and start at just $5 upstairs and $20 per seat in the lower level.