2016-17 (Junior): Appeared in 22 games, recording one assist at Quinnipiac on Nov. 11.
2015-16 (Sophomore): Appeared in all but one of the team's 35 games...First two points of the season came via a pair of assists against Robert Morris on Jan. 2 in the Ledyard Classic...Assisted on the winner against Holy Cross on Jan. 10...Picked up a helper on troy Crema's OT winner against RP at home on Feb. 13...Scored the first goal of his career on Jan. 15 at home in a 5-2 win against Clarkson...Scored the first Dartmouth goal in Game 2 of the Big Green's sweep of Yale in New Haven in the league quarterfinals...Dartmouth was 8-0-0 when Tim Shoup had a point, 6-0-0 when he registered an assist and 2-0 when he scored a goal.
2014-15 (Freshman): Played in 25 games…After not appearing in the first four games of the season, Shoup went on to play the next 25 games, before an injury against Quinnipiac on Feb. 28 did not allow him to play in the four postseason games against Princeton and Colgate…Finished the season with five assists and no goals…His first career point was an assist on the game-winning goal at home against AIC on Nov. 29...Was the secondary assist on Carl Hesler's game-winning goal against defending national champion Union at home on Jan. 31…Had his first multi-point game at Brown on Feb. 6 when he registered two assists in Dartmouth's 6-3 win…Posted a +9 rating, good for the fourth-best figure on the team…Whistled for just six minor penalties all season…Dartmouth was 4-0-0 in games when Shoup registered a point.
Before Dartmouth: Another big body to add to the team's blueline, Shoup finds himself in the Upper Valley following one season in Indiana and the USHL. As a defenseman in 52 games, Shoup notched 16 points (5-11-16) and was a +17 in his rookie campaign. He made the jump to the Ice after 40 games with the Pittsburgh Penguins Elite U18 team in 2012-13 in which he registered 22 points (7-15-22). Helped lead the Ice to the 2014 Clak Cup Championship and a 51-14-7 record.
Personal: Son of Tim and Judy Shoup...Has one sister...graduated from Upper St. Clair High School in Pittsburgh.