Bob Sweeney '86
- One of the most formidable scorers in Eagle hockey annals,
he netted 152 points (78 goals, 74 assists) in his 138-game
- Gained All-New England and All-East honors and was the Most
Valuable Player in the 1983 Beanpot Tournament.
- His outstanding play twice helped the Eagles into College
Hockey's national championship tournament, and the 1985 team
reached the NCAA's "Frozen Four".
- After graduation, he played professional hockey with the
Boston Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, and New York Islanders, and
played in the Stanley Cup Finals with the Bruins in 1988 and
- Inducted into the Boston College Varsity Club Athletic Hall
of Fame in 2003.