2005: Walton became more of a presence on the team in 2005 as his playing time increased from his first two seasons. Playing in all 17 matches as a junior, Walton became a versatile addition to the MU lineup. He took six shots and recorded one assist, aiding a goal in a 2-1 win over Louisville (Sept. 25). He really broke through in the spring, becoming a goal scoring threat in the exhibition season.
2004: A speedy sophomore, Walton saw time in five matches for Marquette. He contributed in Marquette's 3-1 win over Wis.-Green Bay (Oct. 6).
2003: One of 14 freshmen, Walton earned a respectable amount of time in his first season. A participant in 10 matches, Walton proved to be a solid defender in his first season in the blue and gold.
Prior to Marquette: Walton earned four letters playing at Dominican High School. He helped lead the resurgence of Dominican's soccer program, including helping the team receive an honorable mention state ranking as a junior and a no. 3 seed in sectionals as a senior. He scored 27 goals and 23 assists in his high school career, scoring nine goals as a junior. He was team MVP as a senior, an all-conference selection and was named all-area by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. He was also all-conference as a junior. He plays club for the Milwaukee FC Bavarians, a team that was the national amateur champions in 2002 and advanced to the round of 16 in the 2003 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. He was a member of the National Honor Society and won the President's Award for Outstanding Academic Excellence in high school.
Personal: Born June 29, 1985, Walton is the son of Tom and Mimi Walton. He has a younger brother, Jack. Walton majored in business.
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