Dan Zailskas '69
- A versatile baseball player who played every field position during his collegiate career.
- A three-year varsity player at Boston College.
- As a sophomore, he played a key role in the Eagles advancing to the 1967 College World Series. The following two years, he led the Eagles in hits, home runs, and RBI.
- As a senior, he earned the school's prestigious Francis "Cheese" McCrehan Award for baseball, scholarship, and character.
- A graduate of Croft (Conn.) High School, he signed a professional baseball contract with the Philadelphia Phillies after his graduation from BC. He also served as Assistant Dean of Students for Boston College.
- Inducted into the Boston College Varsity Club Athletic Hall of Fame in 1999.