David S. Hathaway
Sport(s): Basketball (Men's), Track & Field (Men's)
David S. Hathaway ’84 earned seven varsity letters at DePauw. In track he ran high and intermediate hurdles and the 1600-meter relay. He was a shooting small forward on the basketball team and a four-year starter, playing in all 105 games over four seasons. He was in the top three in both scoring and rebounding all four years, and top scorer his sophomore and senior years. He was voted outstanding offensive player his junior season and most valuable player his senior season. He finished his career with a field goal percentage of over 51 percent. His senior year the team finished with a 23-game home winning streak – including winning the first three games in the Division III post season tournament – and was ranked number three in Division III and finished third in the Final Four. Hathaway was named to the Final Four All-Tournament Team, was MVP of the Great Lakes Regional, and made the Division III All-America 3rd Team. Hathaway also was a Rector Scholar, a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and graduated magna cum laude with a degree in computational mathematics. He spent his career with IBM, currently in the position of certified software account manager, responsible for software sales to large accounts in central Indiana. In 1998 he was named top sales representative in North America for IBM Printing Systems. Hathaway and his wife, Ann, and their three children, Scott (11), Kyle (7) and Claire (6) live in Brownsburg, Ind. He has kept busy coaching youth soccer, baseball and basketball for last five years. Hathaway also is active in St. Malachy church in Brownsburg.