|Title:||Class of 1990|
Anne Marie (Kruglewicz) Foreman, your unrelenting drive and natural talent made you one of the greatest athletes ever to grace the halls of WPI. When you enrolled at WPI in 1976 there was no women's swimming team. While others might have complained or given up, you joined the men's team and achieved unprecedented success.
You established school records in the 100-, 200-, and 500-yard freestyle events- records that remain untouched today. In 1978 your talents brought you national recognition, as you were named an All-American in the 1,650-yard freestyle. In 1979 you tripled your previous success, earning All-America status in three events: the 200-, 500-, and 1,650-yard freestyles-an unheard of achievement. In the process you led your team to a 20th-place finish-out of 112 schools-in the national championship. In your final season you were again named an All-American in three events, becoming the first WPI athlete to earn All-America honors for three consecutive years, and you became the New England champion in the 1,650.
A three-letter athlete, it was not just your performance in the pool that won you recognition. Your devotion to your team and your teammates earned you the Patricia A. Graham Sportsmanship Award in 1979. And, your talents and accomplishments were not limited to athletics; you were active on campus as well, especially in your sorority, Phi Sigma Sigma. A charter member, you served a term a rush chairman.
Anne Marie (Kruglewicz) Foreman, it is with great pride and honor that we pay tribute to your remarkable achievements by inducting you tonight into the WPI Athletic Hall of Fame.