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 Mike Mamula
Mike Mamula


Nine Athletes Inducted Into Varsity Club Hall Of Fame

BC honors former athletes at induction ceremony in Conte Forum.


Nine Athletes to be Inducted into the BC Varsity Club Hall of Fame

Honorees will be feted on September 7

Mike Mamula '95

- One of the most skilled - and feared - defensive ends in college football, he established Boston College defensive standards with 24 career quarterback sacks; 13 sacks in a single season (1994); and 3.5 sacks in one regular-season game (vs. Temple, 1994).

- Named NBC-TV's "Player of the Game" after a stunning 14-tackle (2 sacks) performance in BC's 41-39 victory over No. 1-ranked Notre Dame in 1993.

- Capped the 1994 campaign with All-BIG EAST honors and was MVP in BC's Aloha Bowl win over Kansas State with four QB sacks (one for a safety) in the game.

- Selected in the first round of the 1995 NFL draft, he played six seasons of professional football for the Philadelphia Eagles.

- Inducted into the Boston College Varsity Club Athletic Hall of Fame in 2012.