4 Brent Walton
4 - Brent Walton
Height: 5-9
Weight: 195
Year: So.
Hometown: Pickerington, Ohio
High School: Pickerington Central
Position: M

2015: Named second team All-OAC... appeared in 15 games, with 14 starts... finished second on the team in goals (31) and led the team, while tying for seventh in the conference with 21 assists... placed second on the team with 52 points for the season... collected 15 ground balls and casued nine turnovers... took 72 shots with 49 of them on goal... scored a season-high of five goals against Calvin College on March 14, where he also tallied one assist and collected five ground balls

2014: Honorable mention All-Ohio Athletic Conference … one of three team captains … led team and placed sixth in the OAC in points (44) and goals (28) … tied for the team lead and finished seventh in the league in assists (16) … tallied eight man-up goals to lead the team and rank second in the conference … scored one man-down goal … picked up 35 ground balls and caused 11 turnovers … posted 103 shots, good for fifth in the OAC, including 70 on goal, good for fourth in the conference … totaled five points (three goals, two assists) and matched a season high with six ground balls in Capital’s season-opening 13-4 victory over Franciscan on March 1 at Bernlohr Stadium … named OAC Offensive Player of the Week after finishing with a career-high six points (three goals, three assists) to go along with three ground balls to lead the Crusaders to a 7-5 triumph over Siena Heights (Mich.) on March 16 at Bernlohr Stadium … registered four points (three goals, one assist), matched a career high with six ground balls and set a career best with three caused turnovers in Capital’s 15-0 win over Defiance on March 18 at Bernlohr Stadium … tallied a career-high five goals to go along with four ground balls to help lead the Crusaders to a 20-8 victory over Franciscan on March 29 in Bethany, W.Va. … contributed with four goals and one assist in Capital’s 19-6 triumph at Bethany (W.Va.) on April 2 … matched a career high with three assists to go along with a goal and two ground balls in the Crusaders’ first-ever OAC win, 15-8, at Wilmington on April 16 … recorded three goals and two assists against cross-town rival Otterbein on April 19 at Bernlohr Stadium


Personal: Majoring in exercise science … also a member of the Capital football team … parents are Missy and Brian Walton … attended Pickerington Central High School, where he played football and lacrosse and participated in track and field … first team all-conference and all-district in football playing for coach Jay Sharrett … three-time first team all-conference, two-time all-region and the school’s all-time points and assists leader in lacrosse … career ambition is to be a coach or personal trainer … hobbies include working out and playing XBOX.