Grad Year: 1989
Year Inducted: 2006
Michael Enos was an outstanding outfielder on Rhode Island College’s baseball team from 1978-81. In 116 career games, he logged a career .281 batting average with 88 runs, 108 hits, 91 RBI, 19 doubles and 22 home runs. He ranks second all-time at RIC in career homers, fourth in career RBI and 11th in career runs scored. Enos was a member of the RIC baseball team that finished fourth in the nation at the 1979 NCAA Div. III Baseball College World Series. He was named to the Northeast Regional’s All-Tournament Team in 1978 and 1979. He was named to RIC’s All-75th Anniversary Baseball team in 2005.
The Warwick, Rhode Island native has continued to play baseball in the Rhode Island Men’s Senior Baseball League (RIMSBL) over-40 division and was part of the World Series Runner-up team in 2002. The squad went 10-1 out of 64 teams from across the country that year.
He is currently a design specialist at General Dynamics in the Electric Boat Division, a company he has worked with since 1982.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial technology from Rhode Island College in 1989. Enos completed the apprentice program in submarine design through the Community College of Rhode Island in 1987.
Enos resides in Warwick, Rhode Island with his wife Nancy. They are the proud parents of triplets: Michael, Matthew and Meredith.