|Hometown:||North Haven, CT|
|High School:||North Haven|
|Previous College:||Quinnipiac '08|
Tim Binkoski will begin his second year as an assistant coach with the Quinnipiac baseball program in 2011. Binkoski graduated from Quinnipiac in 2007, completing a storied career with the Bobcats that culminated in Binkoski being named the first All-American in Quinnipiac's Division I history.
In 2007, Binkoski was named the Northeast Conference Baseball Player of the Year while also clinching a spot on the NEC First-Team. For the year, Binkoski posted a conference-high .424 batting average, which also ranking 8th nationally. His 81 hits that season were a new single-season record at Quinnipiac while his 15 doubles were the fifth highest season total in program history. Binkoski finished as the all-time leader in hits (245) and doubles (47) while he ranked seventh in career batting average (.367), third in runs scored (136) and is tied for eighth all-time with 118 runs batted in. Binkoski was also named to the NEC First-Team in 2005 and in 2006.
Upon his graduation, Binkoski signed a free agent contract with the Philadelphia Phillies, playing for the Gulf Coast Phillies and the Williamsport Crosscutters of the New York-Penn League. Binkoski finished his professional career with the Lake Erie Crushers, winning the 2009 Frontier League Championship.