Athletic Hall of Fame


The WPI Athletic Hall of Fame was established in 1983 to honor the best that WPI Athletics has to offer. It was conceived and founded on the basis that many individuals have bestowed honor and recognition upon both themselves and WPI as a result of their involvement in WPI athletics. The WPI Athletic Hall of Fame is created to appropriately recognize those people who have distinguished themselves and WPI.


The WPI Athletic Department, Poly Club, and Hall of Fame Selection Committee is proud to announce its 33rd Class, the Class of 2015. The six newest members were inducted on Friday, September 25, 2015 as part of Homecoming Weekend. They include:

(l-r) Tom Bartolomei '91, Conor Fahey '09, Nicole Maglione '09, Brian Glatz '90,
and Donna (Underwood) Sullivan '93 (Not Pictured: Swang Lee-Aphon '61)


TOM BARTOLOMEI ’91 - Men’s Basketball

  • Currently fifth on the all-time scoring list with 1,412 points
  • Well-rounded player with career totals of 317 assists and 256 rebounds.
  • Dominant senior season that saw him score nearly 500 points - 19 per game
  • First-team All Constitution Athletic Conference and Worcester Area MVP in 1990-91
  • Averaged in double figures in scoring in three seasons


  • Consensus All-America and most accomplished pitcher in school history
  • NEWMAC Rookie of the Year in 2006 and Pitcher of the Year in 2009
  • Led the team to its only NCAA Tournament bid as a senior
  • Helped pitch the Engineers to the 2007 and 2009 ECAC New England Championships
  • Career record of 27-9 with a 2.54 ERA, 325 strikeouts and three saves in 308.2 innings
  • 2009 NCAA Division III Baseball strikeout champion. Career totals still ranked 20th


  • New England Champion and All-America at 167 pounds in 1988
  • Part of New England Championship team in 1987 and 15th place team nationally in 1990
  • Achieved All-New England status all four years on Boynton Hill
  • Career dual-meet record of 42-7-1 with nine pins
  • Won 33 of 36 dual-meet matches (33-2-1) his final three seasons as an Engineer
  • Still involved in education and athletics as a teacher and high school football coach

Soccer and Tennis

  • Three-year letter-winner and team captain of the 1960 soccer team
  • Three career goals as a back, including game-winner vs. Coast Guard in 1959
  • One of the university’s first All-America in any sport in 1960
  • NSCAA Honorable Mention All-American as a senior
  • Accomplished single and doubles tennis player, notching 33 total career victories
  • Never lost a match to UMass Lowell or American International

NICOLE MAGLIONE ’09 - Field Hockey and Softball

  • Eight-time letter-winner in field hockey and softball
  • Career totals of 31 goals, including 11 game-winners and 16 assists in field hockey
  • Leading scorer for the Crimson and Gray since the turn of the century
  • Batted .328 in softball with 22 home runs, 108 runs scored, 67 RBI and 20 stolen bases
  • 2006 NEWMAC Softball Rookie of the Year and multiple-time All New England recipient
  • Six-time Academic All-NEWMAC and three-time Academic All-District I honoree

DONNA UNDERWOOD SULLIVAN ’93 - Field Hockey and Softball

  • Two-sport standout in field hockey and softball
  • 1989-90 Coaches Award winner presented to the outstanding female athlete in freshman class
  • Starter all four years at link in field hockey on Engineer teams that earned NCAA bids
  • Earned All New 8, CFHCA All-Region honors and played in CFHCA Senior All-Star Game
  • Member of softball team that won 1991 NEW 8 tournament and 1993 regular season championships
  • Versatile player and outstanding base runner who could play all outfield and infield positions