Tim Hengst
Tim Hengst
Height: 6-2
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Menden, Germany
High School: Walran Gymnasium

2019 (SENIOR): Held a dominant 15-3 record in both singles and doubles play to lead the team in singles and doubles wins ... ended his collegiate career on a 14 match win streak at no. 1 and 2 singles, while winning 10 straight matches at the no. 1 doubles position ... earned his first singles victory of the season in a three-set thriller over Piedmont College (Feb. 25), 3-6, 6-3, 6-3 ... kicked off his illustrious 14 match win streak with a 6-1, 6-1 triumph against Covenant College (March 9) at the no. 2 spot ... five of Mittring's singles victories came by way of 6-0, 6-0 sweeps: (Berea, March 16; Maryville, March 20; Johnson University Tennessee, March 26; Berea, March 31; Maryville, April 3) ... paired up with teammate Tom Mittring for a season-opening doubles victory over Montreat College (Oct 14, 2018) ... took a total of three doubles matches with Mittring in 8-0 fashion, while claiming an 8-0 sweep with fellow Tornado teammate Tyler Frazee over Huntingdon College (March 30) ... concluded his Tornado career with a 6-1, 6-1 singles victory and 8-3 doubles victory over Piedmont College at the McCoy Tennis Complex (April 16) ... earned USA South Conference Player of the Week honors alongside a nod on the USA South Men's Tennis All-Conference First Team and the USA South Men's Tennis First Team West Division ... garnered Brevard's "Perfect Storm" award at the 2019 "Bespys", Brevard College's Annual Athletic Awards Ceremony. 

2018 (JUNIOR): Ended the season by earning eight singles wins and 10 doubles victories during the 2017-18 campaign ... picked up his first singles win of the season against Mike Malpartida of Berea, 6-0,6-1 (Feb. 25) ... had a season-best four match winning streak that began against Huntingdon (March 3) and concluded with a win against Johnson C. Smith (March 21) ... finished the year with a singles win over Dakota Massucco of Berea, 6-1,6-1 (April 8) ... won his first three-set match against Huntingdon, 6-0,3-6,6-2 (March 31) ... paired up with  Tom Mittring to win nine doubles matches, and Will Christiansen to win one doubles match ... won the first doubles match of the season against Johnson C. Smith, 8-3 with Mittring (Sept. 23, 2017) ... had a two-match doubles winning streak with Mittring, as the duo picked up wins against Maryville (March 13) and Johnson C. Smith (March 21) ... ended the season with a doubles win with Christiansen over the No. 1 duo from Berea, 8-2 (April 8).

2017 (SOPHOMORE): Closed out his second season with the Tornados by earning three singles wins and five doubles victories … opened February with a 6-4, 7-5 win over Southern Wesleyan’s Keegan Barkely (Feb. 4) … followed with a 6-0, 6-4 triumph over Grant Miller (Lees-McRae) on Feb. 21 … earned a 6-2, 6-0 win over Salem International’s Eugene Bour on March 5 … was the No. 4 seed for the Tornados singles competition on 12 occasions and No. 3 seed in six matches … enjoyed his first singles win along with Cre Still as they won 8-2 over the Belmont Abbey (Sept. 23) pair of Isaiah Cole and Derrick Kwok … posted an 8-6 win with JR Davis over Montreat (Sept. 23) tandem of Lorward Choi and David Garcia … brought home an 8-5 win over Chris Plasa as they downed Lee’s McRae’s Thomas Deeley and Grant Miller on Feb. 21 … enjoyed two doubles wins in March, both with teammate Will Christiansen … first March doubles win (8-0) came over Salem International’s Kevin Musasia and Eugene Bour on March 5 … followed that with an 8-3 triumph over Jonah Engle and Jacob Byrd from Spring Arbor (March 6) … seeded as the No. 2 doubles team on 11 occasions and seven times as the No. 3 seed.

2016 (FRESHMAN): Posted a 3-17 singles record and 1-19 in doubles play ... defeated Stefano Daza of Carson-Newman at the third position for his lone South Atlantic Conference victory.