Inducted into the W&M Hall of Fame in 2012
McHenry was arguably one of the best men’s golfers in school history, and one of three Tribe linksmen named to the Colonial Athletic Association’s 25th Anniversary team.

Upon his graduation in 1986, his career average of 74.72 was the best in school history, a mark he held until the 2005 season.  Additionally, his 1985-86 season average of 73.63 remains sixth best on record at W&M.  McHenry’s freshman average of 76.08 was the record at W&M until 2000-01 and remains seventh on the listing, and is the only average from before 2000 on top-10 list.  Overall, he averaged three strokes over par for his career, the fourth-best average in Tribe history.

McHenry still holds the single-season school record with 899 wins (1985-86), while his career total of 2,538 victories was the record until 2005, and still ranks second.  He was key in leading W&M to eight team titles, including the 1985 CAA Championship and 1985 District title.  During this run of success, McHenry won five individual tournament victories, which remains a school record.  He won the ECAC South/CAA championship in both 1984 and 1985 (tied with a teammate in 1985) and also won the Virginia state title in 1986.   Additionally, he was selected to the ECAC South/CAA all-tournament team three years from 1984-86 and Participated in the 1987 Walker Cup for the United Kingdom.