Hall Of Fame Inductee: Jordan Timm (2024)

This is the fourth in a 14-part series that introduces the 14 members of the 2024 UW-Oshkosh Athletics Hall of Fame Induction Class. Their inductions will take place Friday, August 2 (3:30 p.m.) at the Culver Family Welcome Center (625 Pearl Avenue) on the UW-Oshkosh campus. Tickets ($45 each, aged five and older) for this event are open to the public and will be on sale through July 1. Tickets are required to attend and will not be available for purchase at the event.All purchased tickets will be available for pick up at the event. Click here to purchase tickets.

UW-Oshkosh then celebrates 50 years of inductions into its Athletics Hall of Fame during a special event held Saturday, August 3 (3:30 p.m.) at the Oshkosh Convention Center (2 North Main Street). Hall of fame members in attendance will be recognized and receive a variety of commemorative items. The keynote speaker is Iowa State University Director of Athletics Jamie Pollard, a 1999 UW-Oshkosh Hall of Fame inductee.Tickets ($45 each, aged five and older) for this event are open to the public and will be on sale through July 1. Tickets are required to attend and will not be available for purchase at the event.All purchased tickets will be available for pick up at the event. Click here to purchase tickets.

Pitching in 46 games for the UW-Oshkosh baseball program from 2001-04, Jordan Timm created a portfolio that currently features top-10 listings in five WIAC career categories.

Timm compiled a 24-9 career record with five shutouts, four saves and a 2.69 earned run average. The left-handed thrower totaled 264.1 innings on the mound and completed 22 of the 31 games he started. Timm struck out 283 batters, including 10 or more in a game 13 times, while letting only 48 of his 232 hits allowed to go for extra bases.

In the present WIAC career statistical classifications, Timm ranks first in the league in strikeouts, fifth in complete games, sixth in shutouts, seventh in innings pitched and 10th in victories.

Timm helped the Titans to a 118-46-1 record, including a 57-27 mark against WIAC opponents. In 2003, UW-Oshkosh assembled a 37-8 record, won the NCAA Division III Oshkosh Regional and finished fifth at the Division III World Series held at Fox Cities Stadium in Appleton.

Timm graduated from Weyauwega-Fremont High School in 1999 and was a redshirt at UW-Oshkosh in 2000.

Timm saw his first action for the Titans in 2001. He composed a 4-1 record with 46 strikeouts and a 3.10 earned run average in 49.1 innings pitched. Timm allowed just two hits during UW-Oshkosh's 14-1 victory over Lawrence University on April 24 and struck out 11 batters during the Titans' 6-4 win over UW-River Falls on May 4.

In 2002, Timm posted a 2-4 record with 54 strikeouts and a 3.64 earned run average in 54.1 innings pitched. He pitched a four-hit shutout with a career-best 14 strikeouts during UW-Oshkosh's 3-0 victory over 10th-ranked Illinois Wesleyan University on March 16.

In 2003, Timm received Division III All-America First Team, Division III All-Midwest Region First Team and All-WIAC First Team honors after registering an 11-0 record with two shutouts, eight complete games, 85 strikeouts and a 2.09 earned run average in 77.1 innings pitched.

Timm, who was additionally named the 2003 WIAC Pitcher of the Year, allowed just 53 hits on the season while leading the league in complete games, innings pitched, shutouts, strikeouts, and victories. He pitched a three-hit shutout with 13 strikeouts during the Titans' 8-0 triumph over UW-Stevens Point on May 3.

Timm was selected by the Baltimore Orioles in the 15th round of the 2003 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft, but he opted to return to UW-Oshkosh in 2004 for his fourth and final season as a Titan.

In 2004, Timm collected Division III All-Midwest Region Second Team and All-WIAC First Team accolades after marking a 7-4 record with two saves, seven complete games, 98 strikeouts and a 2.38 earned run average in 83.1 innings pitched. Timm hurled a four-hit shutout with 14 strikeouts during UW-Oshkosh's 7-0 triumph over UW-Stevens Point on May 15. Timm, who retired 20 of the last 22 Pointers he faced, became the WIAC's all-time strikeout leader in that contest.

Following the 2004 season, Timm was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 14th round of the MLB Amateur Draft. He went on to play in 73 minor league games from 2004-06 while totaling a 9-4 record with seven saves, 155 strikeouts and a 3.62 earned run average in 186.1 innings pitched.

Timm, a 2004 UW-Oshkosh graduate, has been employed the last nine years at Crown Lift Trucks, a leading innovator in world-class forklift and material handling equipment. Timm began with the Ohio-based company as a territory representative in the Fox Valley and is now a national account manager.

Timm lives in Kimberly with wife Leah, sons Ayden and Henry, and daughter Harper.

2024 UW-Oshkosh Athletics Hall of Fame Induction Announcements

Wednesday, April 24: Danielle (Rankin) Salm, Whitney (Tyriver) Stenbroten
Thursday, April 25: Leah (Rosenbaum) Cisler, Jordan Timm
Friday, April 26: 10 a.m. • TBA, 2 p.m. • TBA
Monday, April 29: 10 a.m. • TBA, 2 p.m. • TBA
Tuesday, April 30: 10 a.m. • TBA, 2 p.m. • TBA
Wednesday, May 1: 10 a.m. • TBA, 2 p.m. • TBA
Thursday, May 2: 10 a.m. • TBA, 2 p.m. • TBA

The UW-Oshkosh Athletics Hall of Fame was established in 1974 to enhance school tradition and give lasting recognition to those student-athletes, coaches, administrators, and friends of the university who distinguished themself at an exemplary level.

Each hall of fame member represents greatness, with their accomplishments built on campus, after graduation or through meritorious efforts that benefit the UW-Oshkosh athletics program.

The first UW-Oshkosh Athletics Hall of Fame induction ceremony was held April 28, 1974, at The Pioneer Inn & Marina. The five inductees were Edward Boguski, Edward Hall, Burton Karges, Robert Kolf and Robert Williams.

Four venues have hosted the UW-Oshkosh Athletics Hall of Fame induction ceremony – The Pioneer Inn & Marina (1974-2001), Hilton Garden Inn Oshkosh (2002), UW-Oshkosh's Reeve Memorial Union (2003-13) and UW-Oshkosh's Culver Family Welcome Center (2014-19, 2021-Present).

Hall Of Fame Inductee: Jordan Timm (2024)
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