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6-2 / 237
Linebacker who brings experience to that positon on the BC defense...will work at middle linebacker spot this year.
A reserve linebacker who saw action in nine games and made 30 tackles...had a career-high seven tackles vs. Connecticut (Oct. 7)...also had five tackles in win over Syracuse (Oct. 14)...had four tackles in Aloha Bowl vs. Arizona State, including one tackle for a loss.
Saw action in 10 games…recorded 10 tackles (seven unassisted) and intercepted a pass in the Northeastern game.
Made a significant contribution as a true freshman in 1998...registered 24 tackles on the year (14 solo)...season-high six versus Navy (three solo)...made four stops against both Temple and Louisville...made three tackles in the season opener versus Georgia Tech...credited with half a sack against Temple....one tackle for a loss versus West Virginia.
Earned USA Today All-America honorable mention accolades as a senior linebacker at Lowell High School; captured All-America honors from PrepStar...gained Lowell Sun all-scholastic honors...was a two-time all-Merrimack Valley Conference choice...led Lowell team with 110 tackles; had five sacks, five fumble recoveries and two interceptions...also caught 16 passes for 200 yards and three touchdowns as a tight end...served as team captain for head coach Dennis Scannell...played in the Carole Classic, a game pitting the Merrimack Valley Conference football all-stars against the Middlesex League all-stars...was among the 22 recipients of the 23rd annual National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Award; received the honor in May 1998...played baseball and basketball at Lowell High as a freshman and sophomore and played lacrosse as a junior..
Andrew Mark Romanowsky, born Nov. 21, 1979...a member of his High School’s National Honor Society, he is enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences with a major in history...is the recipient of the Philip McArdle ’27, M.A. ’28 Scholarship this year...Andy is the second of Renee and Mark Romanowsky’s six children.
Q&A With Andy Romanowksy
The best part of playing football at BC is: the camaraderie of the team.
The BC player who will surprise people this year is: Brian St. Pierre.
The most interesting class I ever took at BC is: Crime and Punishment.
The word in the dictionary that my picture should be next to is: speed (take the opposite meaning).
My favorite spot on the BC campus is: my bed.
My favorite spot in Boston is: the North End.
If I could compete against any BC athlete (non-football) it would be: Troy Bell (men’s basketball).
My favorite pregame ritual is: to try and get as nasty as possible.
My favorite stadium, other than Alumni Stadium, to play in is: Georgia Tech Stadium.
The people who have helped me the most at BC are: all of my coaches and Martha Hincks.
If I could bring anything from my hometown to BC it would be: my mother.
The CD that is in my player the most is: the Sound of Music soundtrack.
The sports teams I followed when I was younger were: the Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics, New England Patriots and any college football team.
My favorite part of the Aloha Bowl was: besides winning — North Shore with Bradley, Rossy and Crane.
The top three teams in college football this year will be: Boston College, Florida and Florida State.