McAndrew inducted into NECVA Hall of Fame
Robert M. McAndrew ’05 became the first player in the history of the men’s volleyball program to be inducted into the North East Collegiate Volleyball Association (NECVA) Hall of Fame. Although he only played during his junior and senior years at MIT, he earned NECVA New England Division Co-Player of the Year accolades and led the Engineers to their first of seven straight NECVA
Championship Tournament appearances.
McAndrew graduated as MIT’s all-time leader in kills (968), kills in a season (488), kills per set in a season (4.95), block assists in a season (109), total blocks in a season (135), and career blocks per set (1.29). He continues to hold the records for career kills per set (4.91), kills in a match and five-set match (38), total blocks in a match and four-set match (15), and total blocks in a five-set match (12).
—Mindy Brauer, DAPER Staff