Timothy Behrendorff played for 4 years at the Gardner Webb University in the United States. Basically, he is a product of the Gold Coast where he represented Queensland at age group level. During his rookie year, he assisted the Bulldogs to win the National Christian Colleges Championships. In his senior college year, he displayed an average of 3.7 rebounds and 9.1 points per game and was selected as the 2003-04 Atlantic Sun Conference Men’s Basketball All Academic Honouree.
He represented the Australian Men’s University Team during the 2003 World University Games. In the past two off-seasons of the Breakers, he took the opportunity to represent the Harbour Heat. Further, he was a member of Cairns Taipans and in the 2004-05 season participated in 16 games for the team. Thereafter, he joined the New Zealand Breakers and presently is playing his 4th season. He is 211 centimeters tall and weighs 100 kg. He plays in the position of Center.
From the 2006-07 to the 2008-09 season, Timothy Behrendorff has played in 88 games and has recorded 328 points in these. He has posted 13 steals, 47 assists and 211 rebounds. His field goal percentage was 0.52, 3-point field goal percentage was 0.23 and free throw percentage was 0.75.