This year's inductees are Karen Eye Benson '87, Scott Rash '89, Irv Sentz '66 and Commander Robert T. Trafton '85, USN.
...Scott Rash, also a Mechanicsville resident, was a four-year member of R-MC's baseball team, playing for longtime head coach Gregg Waters.
was named first-team all-Old Dominion Athletic Conference in 1986, 1988, and 1989, was a second-team selection in 1987, and was the ODAC Player of the Year in his
was also named to the Virginia Sports Information Directors all-state team in multiple years.
At the time of his
held many single-season and career Randolph-Macon baseball records.His
season records included batting average (.524, in 1986), hits (54, in 1986), and doubles (12, in 1988).For his
graduated holding Randolph-Macon records in batting average (.434), hits (158), at-bats (364), doubles (22), runs scored (103), and total bases (230).Rash
stayed involved with the sport of baseball, as he
went on to coach on the collegiate level for 12 seasons.He was an assistant at Belmont-Abbey College in 1990 and at Davidson College in 1991 and 1992.Rash became the first-ever coach of a new team at Greensboro College for the 1993 season, and served in that role for nine years.
While there, he
accumulated a 170-165-4 career record, was named the Dixie Conference Coach of the Year in 1995 and 1998, and led his
team to the conference championship and the NCAA Division III tournament in 1998. Currently, Rash is back at Randolph-Macon, serving his alma mater as the director of athletic development.He
wife, Stacy, have two sons.