- A lightning-like skater and bulls-eye scorer, he was a wing on college hockey's highest scoring line (168 points) in 1964-65. His play was instrumental in BC's 24-7 record that season, capped by the Eastern Championship and advancement to the NCAA Championship Finals.
- In his three varsity seasons, he tallied 60 goals and 46 assists (106 points) to rank among the Eagles' all-time leading scorers.
- A member of two Beanpot Championship teams (1964 and 1965) and selected to the Beanpot All-Tournament First Team in 1965.
- Inducted into the Boston College Varsity Club Athletic Hall of Fame in 2000.