HAUTE, IND. - Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Athletic Hall of
Fame inductee Tim Cindric was named to the Indiana Basketball Hall
of Fame's 2011 Silver Anniversary Team, based on accomplishments as
a senior prep player 25 years ago.
Cindric received the honor at the Indiana Basketball Hall
of Fame's Annual Men's Banquet on Wednesday March 23.
Cindric was a two-year starter at Indianapolis Pike High
School prior to his Rose-Hulman era, where he earned
all-conference, all-sectional tournament and honorable mention
At Rose-Hulman, Cindric scored 1,081 points with 609
rebounds and 123 assists in his Fightin' Engineer career. The
1990 mechanical engineering graduate also earned all-conference
honors for a team that qualified for the NCAA Division III
Tournament in 1989.
Today, Cindric serves as the President of Penske
Racing. Since Cindric joined Penske Racing in 2000, the team
has compiled five Indianapolis 500 wins, one Daytona 500 win, three
IndyCar championships and one NASCAR Nationwide Series