Bryan Egli (2015)

Bryan Egli
2015 Inductee

Mr. Bryan Egli attended West Vigo from 1991 – 1995 where he earned multiple varsity letters playing soccer, baseball and basketball while at West Vigo. Over his high school career, he was selected to numerous all Wabash Valley, All County and All State teams in soccer, baseball and basketball. After receiving multiple college athletic scholarship offers for both basketball and baseball; Bryan decided to attend Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology to play baseball and basketball.

While at Rose-Hulman, Bryan played one year of baseball and four years of basketball, helping the Engineers to four conference titles and four NCAA Tournament appearances (one in baseball and three in basketball). His senior year, he was awarded the Ruel Fox Burns Blanket for best senior athlete at Rose-Hulman.

In basketball at Rose-Hulman, he was a three time first team all-conference selection, two time all-region selection and two time All American. His senior year he as the unanimous choice as conference player of the year, consensus first team All American and selected as the NCAA Division III National Player of the Year. Bryan is one of only two first team basketball All Americans to ever attend Rose-Hulman, and is the only recipient of the National Player of the Year honor. Bryan currently ranks 6th in career scoring at Rose-Hulman with 1,745 points. Bryan also ranks 6th and 8th in single season scoring, 593 points and 548 points respectively. He additionally holds the 3rd and 7th highest single game totals of 44 and 41 points. Upon conclusion of his senior year Bryan was invited to NBA prospect tryouts by the Houston Rockets, San Antonio Spurs and the Dallas Mavericks.

In 2010, Bryan was elected to the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Athletic Hall of Fame.

Bryan graduated from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology with a degree in Civil Engineering with a minor in Environmental Engineering in 2000. After graduation, he began his career serving as a Consulting Engineer for a small engineering firm in Terre Haute, but quickly fell in love with the construction industry and changed career paths in 2003 accepting a position as a Project Manager in the construction industry. Bryan currently works in Upper Management for Gradex, Inc. a large transportation/site development company in Carmel, IN.

Bryan and his wife, Ginny, also reside in Carmel, IN with their two children, Grace (7yrs old) and Emme (21 months old).

My fondest memory of athletics is the day I was able to walk on the stage at Rose-Hulman and accept my diploma. “Athletics and Basketball in particular have afforded me so many wonderful opportunities in life; such as being able to travel the country and world; and most importantly allowing me to attend and graduate from such a wonderful institution like Rose-Hulman”.