Bob Boldon (Men's Basketball, 1993-97) lettered four times for the late Steve Loy on the hardwood. Boldon started at point guard all four years, and led Walsh to the NAIA Final Four in 1995-96. He averaged 8.2 points and dished out 163 assists as a freshman. The next three years were stellar for Boldon, as he was named First Team All-Mid-Ohio Conference each season. He averaged 12.7 points and handed out 204 assists in 1994-95 as a sophomore. As a junior, he averaged 14.5 points and handed out a then-record 222 assists in leading Walsh to the Mid-Ohio Conference championship and berth at the NAIA National Tournament. He was named MOC Player of the Year, first team NAIA All-American and Mr. Hustle at the National Tournament. As a senior, Boldon averaged 14.3 points and handed out 186 assists and was named NAIA Second Team All-American. He is still Walsh's career assist leader with 775 and is fourth in career points with 1,694. Boldon was also an assistant women's basketball coach on Walsh's 1998 NAIA National Championship team.