|Title:||Class of 1989|
T Kwiatkowski, you set the standard for women's athletics at WPI. You were a champion from the start, receiving the Coach's Award as the outstanding freshman female athlete your first year at WPI.
As a guard and foward, you captaind the basketball team in your sophomore, junior and senior years. As a sophomore you earned Division III All-New England honors in that sport. In both your junior and senior years, you were named to the All-New England Academic basketball team, and earned Academic All-America Honorable Mention honors on the court (you earned both of thoe honors in field hockey as a junior, plus Division III All-America). You became the first basketball player, male ir female, in WPI history to reach the 1,000 point mark in just three seasons. You completed your four years with more than 1,400 points, making you WPI's all-time leading scorer.
You were the leading scorer on the field hockey team throughout your career at WPI and were the team's captain in your senior year. In your junior year, the field hockey team competed in the national tournament and finished the year ranked sixth in the nation. In your senior year you mde the Division III Eastern Regional All-Star Team and were a Division III U.S.A. All-Star.
On the mound and at third base, you led the softball team in RBIs as a sophomore, and the team named you its captain in your senior year. To close out your outstanding athletic career at WPI, you received the Outstanding Senior Athletic Award and the Varsity Club Award.
You excelled away from the playing field as well, being named to the Chi Epsilon civil engineering honor society and the American Society of Civil Engineers, completing a project at the Washington D.C., Project Center, and founding the WPI chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority.
T. Kwiatkowski, it is with great pride that we tonight honor you and your athletic achievements by inducting you into the WPI Athletic Hall of Fame.