Thomas P. Walsh '76
Year Inducted: 1989
One of the key ingredients in the success of the Brown men’s soccer squads of 1970’s was Tom Walsh, a defender for the Bears from 1972 to 1975. In Walsh’s four seasons at Brown, the Bears compiled a record of 49-14-3 and won the Ivy League Championship three times. Brown also made an NCAA appearance all four years of Walsh’s career, taking third place his senior year. As a junior, Walsh garnered second-team All-Ivy honors and All-New England honorable mention recognition. At the end of his senior year, Walsh was rewarded with first team All-America honors after leading the Bears to a 12-3-2 overall record. Walsh was also a two-time recipient of the Class of 1937 Trophy given annually to the Brown men’s soccer player who contributes the most to the program. Tom is employed by Anheuser-Busch, Inc. in West Virginia.