Thomas L. McCormick
Sport(s): Basketball (Men's)
An NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship recipient, Tom McCormick epitomized the scholar-athlete. The Rector Scholar still holds the records for most points in a game as he scored 45 against Ball State in 1969 including a record-tying 26 in one half. McCormick earned Second Team All-America Collegiate Division honors as a senior. He earned the team's Most Valuable Player award during his junior and senior seasons and was the Indiana Collegiate Conference's Player of the Year in 1969 as he led the league in scoring. He finished second in ICC scoring as a junior and likewise was named to the all-conference team. As a senior he was named to the Ball State all-opponent team and was an MVP of the Worcester Invitational Tournament. He also was a member of the Indiana-Kentucky All-star team. Following graduation he earned an M.D. from Case Western Reserve School of Medicine. He then served a Diagnostic Radiology Residency at the University of Michigan Affiliated Hospitals. He is a partner in the Kalamazoo Radiology, P.C.