The only All-America recipient in the history of baseball, Tim Sheridan compiled a 16-3 record after transferring prior to the 1995 season. On the mound, he started 21 games while allowing 28 earned runs and 18 walks in 145 innings, an average of 1.74 earned runs per game (school record) and 0.124 walks per inning (1.16 walks per game, a school record). For his career, he tied the school record for most wins (16), holds the record for complete games (15) and ranks among the leaders in strikeouts (142) and innings pitched (145).
A designated hitter and outfielder as well as a pitcher, he finished his career with a .322 batting average (49-of-152), 21 runs, 11 doubles, one triple, 28 RBIS, 27 walks and five stolen bases on eight attempts. His best season came in 1995 as he was named an American Baseball Coaches Association Division III second team All-American after receiving All-Centennial Conference and Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) first team honors. The 1995 Centennial Conference (CC) Pitcher of the Year, he hurled the Diplomats to the CC Championship by compiling a 10-1 record and earned NCAA All-Region Tournament honors as a designated hitter.
He concluded his baseball career in 1996 by being named the Centennial Conference Pitcher of the Year and earned All-CC and ECAC first team honors. On the gridiron, Sheridan earned a starting berth on defense late in the 1994 season and was named a 1996 CC all-star linebacker after contributing 58 tackles with one sack, two tackles for loss, three forced fumbles, one recovered fumble, eight pass break-ups and a team-high three interceptions (51 return yards). For his career, Sheridan had 3.5 sacks (48 yards), eight tackles for loss (39 yards), three forced fumble recoveries and nine interceptions for 194 yards and two touchdowns.