Tim McCrossen '88
The holder of the most All America plaques among all Saint athletes, Tim McCrossen was a two-time national champion and established an NCAA Division III record in the 400 meters. He won 27 state titles and 34 conference championships during an outstanding track career.
A 12-time All America who held 12 Saint records between indoor and outdoor track, he still holds seven individual records and is part of three standing relay records. His dominance of the sprints helped the Saints win three indoor state titles, two outdoor state championships and finish second nationally twice and third once from 1985-88. He was both the ICAC Athlete of the Year and the Most Outstanding Runner Award winner in the state meet in both 1987 and 1988. He also won the 200 meters in the Finland vs. Norway national games in 1987.
Also an outstanding student, he was the 1988 Senior Scholar Athlete Award winner and one of six national winners of a NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship.
Now a chiropractor in Cincinnati , Tim was a member of the US Olympic Bobsled team in 1994 and competed in Lillihammer , Norway.