Tim Thompson (1994-97) earned three tennis letters for the Cavs, and became the first player to win conference tournament championships in singles and doubles in the same year, when he accomplished the feat his senior year. Thompson earned All-Great Lakes Region honors in 1994 and reached the singles' semi-finals and was a doubles finalist. He finished 10-6 in singles and 12-4 in doubles his sophomore year. As a junior, he finished 13-3 in singles and 12-1 in doubles to earn All-Mid-Ohio Conference honors. He reached the MOC singles finals and partnered with Ray Eshenaur to become the only Walsh doubles team to have an undefeated regular season. As a senior he finished 17-3 in singles and doubles, and led Walsh to its first Team NAIA National Tournament appearance. He recorded a career singles mark of 40-12 and a career doubles mark of 41-8. Tim's wife Darci was selected to the Wall of Fame last year. Tim graduated from Rosecrans High School in Zanesville, Ohio.