Considered by many to be one of the finest athletes in AB history! At AB, Bobby was a three time DCL All Star in Hockey and Baseball and a Boston Globe, Middlesex News and Lowell Sun All Scholastic. In the classroom and on the playing venues, one had only to watch Bobby briefly to know he was a world class athlete and person. Bob attended Yale University where he received seven varsity letters in hockey and baseball. His hockey honors include: First Team All American, All Ivy, All ECAC and two-time Most Valuable Player. At Yale Bobby was the recipient of the Mallory Award - "awarded to the senior, on the field of play and in his life at Yale, best represents the highest ideals of American sportsmanship and Yale Tradition."
In 1983 and 1984, Bob represented the United States on the Olympic Hockey Team in the games at Sarajevo. Bob was selected to make a presentation to President Ronald Reagan for the U.S. Olympic Team in the Rose Garden at the White House. From 1983 to 1989, Bobby played on the U.S. National Team winning MVP in the 1985 World Championships, and is the only player to win three consecutive Gold Medals at the National Sports Festival. From 1984 through 1990 Bob played in the National Hockey League for the New York Rangers, Minnesota North Stars and New Jersey Devils. Throughout his starry hockey career Bob found the time to coach Youth Hockey Programs, speak on the proper balance of academics and athletics and was a community volunteer in childrens and veterans hospitals, and schools for the underprivledged. Bob earned a Masters Degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration in 1992. Bobby is currently employed at the FIRST BOSTON CORPORATION, Boston, MA. He resides in Newton with his wife Helen, his son Brian and duaghter Tara. Bobby's most memorable moments at AB are playing hockey in the Boston Garden and playing in the 1979 State Baseball Championship.