|Title:||Class of 1992|
Andrew Murch, your performances on the track and field and cross country teams earned you a place among the most esteemed members of the WPI athletic community.
A co-captain of both teams as a senior, you led the cross country team to winning seasons in your sophomore, junior and seniors years, Never did you finish lower than fifth in any race during your last season in 1973, a year that saw WPI beat MIT and RPI for the first time in 12 years.
In track, you set school records in the mile and two-mile events, recording a memorable 4:12.1 one-mile time against Coast Guard. You set the two-mile record (9:44.3) during the City Championships. During your career you won five titles in three different events.
For your efforts and leadership, you were a co-recipient of the Varsity Club Award in your senior year and winner of the Leo S. Jansson Award in you sophomore year. In addition to the time you spent on the track and cross country teams, you were a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity and volunteered as a Big Brother for three years.
Andrew Murch, tonight we proudly honor your soaring athletic achievements by inducting you in the WPI Athletic Hall of Fame.