Three Added to Rose-Hulman Hall of Fame

Three Added to Rose-Hulman Hall of Fame

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology inducted three new members into its Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday at the Sports and Recreation Center.

Raymond "Munchie" Muskeyvalley (2006), Nathan Soyer (2005) and Jake Vieck (2006) were added to the shrine on Saturday.  Capsules of the 24th anniversary Rose-Hulman Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Class are below. 

RAYMOND "MUNCHIE" MUSKEYVALLEY (Biomedical Engineering, 2006) -- Raymond "Munchie" Muskeyvalley was a two-time first-team all-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference honoree as one of the top point guards in Fightin' Engineer history.  He also captured first-team NABC all-region honors in 2006. Muskeyvalley ranks third in school history with 377 assists, fifth all-time with 154 steals and 14th in program history with 1,248 career points.  He reached double figures in scoring in a game 58 times and was part of a 2003-04 squad that tallied the best single-season turnaround in school history at 19-8.  Today, Muskeyvalley serves as a systems engineer in Sustainment for the United States Department of Defense and resides in Michigan.

NATHAN SOYER (Mechanical Engineering, 2005) -- Nathan was one of the top pitchers in Rose-Hulman baseball history as a two-time first-team all-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference selection.  He ranks in the top 10 in Rose-Hulman history in wins (7th), starts (4th), complete games (4th), innings pitched (4th) and strikeouts (6th).  Soyer compiled a career pitching record of 21-10 with four saves in 49 appearances.  He finished with a 15-3 combined record as a junior and senior, recording a 3.34 earned run average as a junior.  He was also part of the winningest team in program history at 36-8 in 2004.  Today, Soyer serves as a pilot for the CRJ200 Regional Jet with United Express, Delta Connection and American Eagle and resides in California.

JAKE VIECK (Civil Engineering, 2006) -- Jake captured third-team All-American honors from as perhaps the top defensive lineman in Rose-Hulman history.  Vieck was named the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year in 2004 and earned a spot on the conference 15th Anniversary Team in 2005.  He led the SCAC in sacks (10) and tackles-for-loss (18) as a senior and completed his career with 246 tackles, 55 tackles-for-loss and six forced fumbles.  He also helped the 2003 and 2004 teams compile the best Fightin' Engineer football seasons since 1995.  Today, Vieck serves as a Geotechnical Project Engineer for Patriot Engineering and Environmental and resides in Evansville.