RMU Sports Figures Inducted into Hall of Fame
Did you know that two members of the Robert Morris University family are members of the Beaver County Sports Hall of Fame‘s (BCSHOF) Class of 2010?
Myron Walker ’08 and Sig Brauch were honored at the organization’s annual banquet back in April.
Walker is the all-time leading scorer in RMU basketball history, with 1,965 career points. A native of Aliquippa, he also holds the Colonials’ single-season scoring record with 614 points during the 1991-92 campaign.
Brauch, who’s originally from Friedrichshafen, Germany, was Robert Morris’s first soccer coach. In 1983, he started Beaver Area High School’s soccer program, which he led for 25 years before stepping down in 2008. And now, in another first, Brauch has become the first individual involved with soccer to be inducted into the BCSHOF.
Walker and Brauch join other Beaver County sports greats inducted into the hall, such as Mike Ditka ’77, Tony Dorsett ’94, Joe Namath ’82, and RMU’s Head Football Coach Joe Walton ’77.