Bernie Teliszewski '57
- A hard-hitting outfielder and hard-charging football back, he was the epitome of the "scholar-athlete" during his storied career at the Heights.
- Captain of Boston College baseball as a senior, he was MVP of the Greater Boston League with a .444 batting average and led the GBL in home runs and runs batted in.
- A three-year baseball starter, he posted an impressive .315 career batting average.
- In football, he was the Eagles' starting running back for three seasons and scored nine career touchdowns, most of them on powerful rushes into the heart of the opposing defense.
- Named winner of the prestigious Thomas F. Scanlan Memorial Award as BC football's top scholar-athlete and was elected to membership in the Cross and Crown Honor Society, one of the University's highest academic honors.
- Inducted into the Boston College Varsity Club Hall of Fame in 2011.