Tim Hormes matriculated to Washington College from Calvert Hall High School in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1986. His high school athletic participation included three years of varsity lacrosse and two years in varsity football.
Tim came highly recommended as an offensive player, and the scoring records he established at Washington College place him among the top shooters of the past half century. His individual scoring statistics include 41 goal and 8 assists in 1987, 49 goals and 20 assists in 1988, 55 goals and 23 assists in 1989, and 50 goals and 10 assists in 1990. Among all the Washington College lacrosse stars of modern history, these totals place him second behind John Cheek in goals scored and third behind Greg Lane and John Cheek in total points. His 55 goals in one season also place him third in this category behind John Cheek and Ray Wood. Each of his lacrosse teams accumulated a winning record, with a total 45 victories and only 19 losses. And each was selected to participate in NCAA Division III post-season play. Tim was honored by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association as a Division III First Team All-American in his junior and senior years. In 1990,he also was selected as the outstanding attackman in Division III lacrosse, and represented Washington College in the annual North/South All Star Game. A fine student, Tim also was an Academic All-American.
After graduation, Tim played professional indoor lacrosse for ten years— three years with Pittsburgh and seven with Baltimore. In 1996 he was designated the Most Valuable Player for the Baltimore Thunder and in 1997 received the Thunder’s Unsung Hero Award.
Washington College considers it an honor and privilege to induct Tim Hormes into the Washington College Athletic Hall of Fame on this fourth day of October, 2003.