Tim Seibert

Player profile

  • Hometown Pulheim, Germany
  • High School Abtei Gymnasium Brauweiler
  • Year Senior
  • HT 6-5
  • WT 170

Ohio State Career Honors

  • ITA Scholastic Athlete (2019, 2021)
  • Big Ten Distinguished Scholar (2021)
  • Academic All-Big Ten (2019, 2020, 2021)
  • OSU Scholar-Athlete (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)

2020-21 (Senior)

  • Played in a pair of singles matches, beating Michigan State’s Jarreau Campbell in the No. 5 spot and Nebraska’s Nic Wiedenhorn in the No. 6 spot
  • Both wins came in straight set as he dropped just seven games over the two matches

2019-20 (Junior)

  • Was 9-3 in singles matches, including winning all three of his dual matches in the spring
  • Finished the year with a 5-2 doubles record
  • Had an up-and-down fall but was playing well in the spring
  • Won all three of his dual singles matches in straight sets, losing just 10 games in the three matches
  • Was a quarterfinalist at the ITA Midwest Regional and reached the semifinals of the doubles draw at the Big Ten Singles and Doubles Championship

2018-19 (Sophomore)

  • Had an 8-5 singles record
  • Appeared in four team matches and had a record of 1-1
  • Advanced to the quarterfinals of the ITA Midwest Regional Championship
  • Won four matches before falling in the championship match of the Big Ten Singles Championship in the fall

2017-18 (Freshman)

  • Joined the team at the beginning of the spring semester and played in 22 matches
  • Finished with a record of 11-4 on the year
  • Won each of the first three matches of his career
  • Went a perfect 7-0 in Big Ten singles matches helping lead the Buckeyes to their 13 consecutive Big Ten Championship
  • Also played a key role in helping the team make a run to the NCAA Championship match at Wake Forest

Prior to Ohio State

  • Five-time German state champion at the U14, U16, U18 and Men’s levels
  • Reached the quarterfinals in singles and the semifinal in doubles at the German U18 National Championships in 2017
  • Finished his junior career ranked No. 4 in the German U18 rankings and is currently No. 86 in the men’s rankings

Personal

  • Son of Bernd and Monika Seibert
  • Has one sister, Nina, a three time German champion in synchronized trampoline