Robert G. Andrus
Year: 1995
Previous College: Honorary Member

Robert ‘Bob’ Andrus – Bob began his career as head coach for varsity football and varsity baseball at Dover High School in 1959.He went undefeated in both sports in 1962. His teams won 29 straight games in football. He was head coach of the All-Star football game, winning games in 1962 and 1966. He was the first “Gold” team coach to win an All-Star game. In 1967 Bob was hired as the head football coach at Wesley College and won the Tri-State Conference championship his first two seasons. In 1970 he won his first Coastal Conference championship. Bob’s team won again in 1976 and appeared in the Sterling Silver Bowl in Hutchison, Kansas where the Wolverines ended the season as the second ranked Junior College football team in the nation. Bob was named Coastal Conference “Coach of the Year” in 1970 & 1976 and was 3 time head coach of the Coastal Conference All-Star game. His record from 1967 through 1976 was 68-20-3. Bob coached until 1987 and ended with an overall record of 97-98-3. He led the conversion of Wesley College from a Junior College powerhouse to a 4 year NCAA Division III football program. Bob returned to high school coaching at Cape Henlopen High School in 1989 as an assistant football coach.  Bob coached freshman football at Maryland University for two years and as assistant football coach Bainbridge Naval Center for one year. Coach Andrus’ legacy of excellence lives on today through the many players who have enjoyed highly successful careers.