Frank Wilson '24
- A highly-skilled athlete, he earned 11 varsity letters- four each in baseball and football and three in track.
- He was a member of Boston College's 1920 Eastern Football champions, and as a senior in 1923, was the leading rusher on the Eagle team that finished with a 7-1-1 record.
- His dazzling speed earned him a host of collegiate track honors.
- A four-year starter in the Eagles' baseball outfield, he led the 1923 team to a 30-3 record that included 22 consecutive victories. As a senior, he led the nation in batting with a .450 average and established a college baseball record by hitting safely in 27 straight games.
- Following graduation, he went directly to the roster of the Boston Braves and played right field in 61 games. He later played with the Cleveland Indians and St. Louis Browns.
- Inducted into the Boston College Varsity Club Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002.