Georgia Tech’s next Hall of Fame class…
Golfer Matt Kuchar headlines the latest Georgia Tech Hall of Fame class.
Joining Kuchar in the Class of 2010 are Drew Barry, Chris Brown, Chuck Crowder, Beth Old and Jonas Motiejunas.
They will be inducted Oct. 15.
“We are pleased and excited to announce this class joining the Georgia Tech Sports Hall of Fame,” athletic director Dan Radakovich said in a statement. “They are all great ambassadors for the Institute and now rightfully take their place amongst join the greats of Georgia Tech Athletics.”
- Kuchar won seven collegiate titles, in addition to the U.S. Amateur in 1997.
- Barry was a member of the 1993 ACC tournament champion basketball team and the 1996 regular-season conference championship team.
- Brown was an All-American at offensive tackle in 2000, helping the team share the ACC title in 1998.
- Crowder, an All-American pitcher, ranks among the top-three in Tech history in wins (third, 33), strikeouts (third, 377), innings pitched (second, 346.2) and shut outs (T-first, 3).
- Old was an All-American in both cross country and track, and won conference championships in the mile (1995, 1998) and the distance medley relay (1995, 1998).
- Motiejunas was a six-time All-American in the 4×400-meter relay and a member of Tech’s NCAA champion teams in 1994 and 1998 outdoor seasons.