Started nine games at corner for the Eagles...finished the season with 41 tackles (27 solos, 14 assists), 3 TFL for 11 yards...notched one assist in the season opener...one solo, one assist, and one TFL for four yards vs. Penn State...three solos and one assist vs. Connecticut...two solos, one assist, one TFL for two yards at Wake Forest...one assist, one TFL vs. Massachusetts...one solo and two assists at Pittsburgh...three solos at Notre Dame...three solos vs. Rutgers...three solos and two assists at West Virginia...five solos, three assists and one pass breakup at Temple...four tackles (three solo) and one TFL vs. Syracuse.
Finished the season with 54 tackles (45 solos), three TFLs and three interceptions...reclaimed his starting cornerback spot for the Wake Forest game after missing most of the 2002 season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament; started seven games, including the final six of the season...two tackles and a 33-yard INT return in the Wake Forest game before exiting with a left quad injury in the second quarter...sat out the next week of practice and did not make the Penn State trip...three solos, one assist, one interception returned 16 yards vs. Miami...seven solos, one assist, one TFL vs. Syracuse...seven solos, two TFLs vs. Notre Dame...seven solos, one assist vs. Pittsburgh...five solos, two assists vs. West Virginia...four solos, one assist, forced one fumble vs. Rutgers...two solos at Virginia Tech...had six tackles (four solos) and an interception in BC's 35-21 win over Colorado State in the Diamond Walnut San Francisco Bowl...pound for pound, one of the strongest and fastest athletes on the team.
Was having a standout season before tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in the Stanford game...missed the rest of the season with the injury...seven solos, one assist, one TFL plus a key interception in the season opener vs. Connecticut...six solos, two assists, plus another TFL in the Stanford game.
Was in his first year of action for the Eagles and played in all 11 games and starting the Temple (Oct. 6) and Virginia Tech (Oct. 13) contests...had a total of 39 tackles on the year and had interceptions against West Virginia (Sept. 1) and Pittsburgh (Oct. 20)...was named to The Sporting News BIG EAST all-freshmen team...made six tackles against the Mountaineers and had five tackles against both the Panthers and Miami (Nov. 10)...had three tackles, one for a loss of two yards, in Music City Bowl win vs. Georgia.
Did not see any action and was redshirted.
Earned all-conference honors as a senior wide receiver/cornerback at Xavierian Brothers High School...captured Boston Globe all-scholastic honors in 1999...earned Daily Transcript all-star accolades as a junior and senior...led Xavierian to the 1998 Eastern Massachusetts Super Bowl title...served as 1999 team captain for head coach Charlie Stevenson...also excelled as a member of Xavierian's indoor and outdoor track teams; won the Catholic Conference 200 meter title as a junior, and the Class A 55 meter title as a senior.
Peter Shean, born June 26, 1982...enrolled in the Carroll School of Management...Peter is the middle of Robin and Peter Shean's three children; his sister, Ryan, plays field hockey at James Madison.