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Three New Members Added Into Athletic Hall of Fame

Three New Members Added Into Athletic Hall of Fame


TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology inducted three new members into its Athletic Hall of Fame during the annual induction ceremony on Saturday October 20.

This year's class included soccer All-American Jennifer (Gordon) Braus, a 2008 biomedical and mechanical engineering graduate; football star Doug Plumer, a 1982 civil engineering graduate; and basketball great Rebekah (Forsyth) Wojak, a 2008 mechanical engineering graduate.  Full sketches of this year's Hall of Fame Induction Class are below.

Jennifer (Gordon) Braus – 2008 (Soccer) – Biomedical & Mechanical Engineering
* First-team CoSIDA Academic All-American, 2007
* Third-team NCAA Division III All-American from, 2007
* HCAC Player of the Year, 2007
* First-team all-league selection, 2005, '07
* Led all NCAA soccer players with 26 assists in 2007
* Set career school record with 49 assists
* Ranks sixth in school history with 83 career points
* Team compiled a record of 52-19-4 during her playing career
* Member of 2007 HCAC Championship and NCAA Tournament Team
* Helped 2007 team finish 19-3 with a school record 16-game winning streak

Doug Plumer – 1982 (Football) – Civil Engineering
* Rose-Hulman school record holder with 28 career sacks
* Two-time all-College Athletic Conference selection, 1980-81
* Established single-season school record with 11 sacks, 1980
* Tied for Rose-Hulman's career fumble recoveries record (7) at time of his Hall of Fame Induction
* Career totals of 272 tackles, 7 fumble recoveries, 7 pass deflections, 5 forced fumbles, 2 interceptions
* Recorded 9 sacks as a senior in 1981 and 8 as a sophomore in 1978
* Tallied 83 tackles and 2 fumble recoveries as a junior
* Had 76 tackles, 12 tackles-for-loss and two fumble recoveries as a senior

Rebekah (Forsyth) Wojak – 2008 (Basketball) – Mechanical Engineering
* School record holder in career points (1,779), rebounds (1,062) and steals (185)
* Four-time first-team all-conference selection
* Two-time all-region honoree, including first-team honors in 2005-06
* Conference Newcomer of the Year in 2003-04
* Holds school records for made field goals (663) and ranks No. 2 in made free throws (428)
* Holds the top four individual scoring games in school history
* Set a school record with 38 points in a win over Marian in 2006-07
* Placed on the official WNBA Draft Watch List in 2007
* Helped team set a school record with 21-5 mark and second place in HCAC as a senior