|Title:||Class of 1989|
Ed Griffith, you left your mark at WPI as an exceptional basketball and baseball player. In baseball you were the team's center fielder, and you captained the team during your senior year.
You were the leading guard o nthe basketball team and served as the team's captain as a senior. Your performance on the team garnered you many honors. You were named the most valuable played at the Jaycee Holiday Festival in 1967 and earned a spot on the all-star team for that tournament the folloeing year. In 1967 you were voted WPI's most valuable player. You earned that coveted title again in your senior year when you were also named to t he All-New england Small College All-Star Team. And, you established a career scoring average of 19.1 points per game, an achievment that ranks you second in this category in the record books.
A member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity and the Varsity Club, you were also active off the playing field. Your class elected you vice president in your senior year and your academic skills and service to WPI earned you membership in Skull, WPI's senior honor society.
Ed Griffith, it is with great respect and admiration that we honor you and your distinguished athletic career by inducting you into the WPI Athletic Hall of Fame.