Broncos add Tom Nalen to Ring of Fame (ProFootballTalk)
Tom Nalen, a center who anchored one of the best offensive lines in NFL history, has been chosen as the next member of the Broncos’ Ring of Fame. The Broncos announced today that Nalen will be formally inducted at halftime of the September 29 game against the Eagles.
Broncos Great Tom Nalen Elected to the Ring of Fame (Mile High Report)
Nalen was a staple in a Broncos offensive line that lead the way to two Super Bowl victories, behind which there were 11 seasons of 1,000 yard rushers and more than 90, 100-yard games. The 395 sacks allowed during Nalen's reign were the third fewest in the NFL during that time span. He went to five Pro Bowls (more than any Denver offensive lineman in history) and was an All-Pro three times in his career.
Addazio brings the fire back to Cheshire (MyRecordJournal.com)
“My family always thought of Cheshire as home,” said Addazio, a Farmington native. “We raised our kids here to start with and have such great memories here. I’ve worked with so many great people. I haven’t been in this building since 1995, so it’s just a good feeling to be here again. It’s hit me hard how many years have gone by and how long it has been since I’ve been here. It’s been a long time, but it’s great to be home.”
Boston College Commit Tosses 66-Pitch Perfect Game in First Round of California High School Playoffs (NESN.com)
Michael Strem pitched an absolute gem last week in the California Central Coast Section Division I playoffs. Strem tossed the first perfect game in St. Francis High School history, and it took him just 66 pitches to achieve the accomplishment, according to the San Jose Mercury News.
Hope springs in the ACC (ESPN ACC Blog)
4. 2007 Boston College: The Eagles were ranked as high as No. 2 in the country that year after rallying to beat Virginia Tech in late October. Jeff Jagodzinski had one of the most successful first seasons in school history, as he guided the team to 11 wins, including a win against Michigan State in the Champs Sports Bowl. It was the first time BC had won 11 games since 1940.
Baseball Announces Summer Camps (BCEagles.com)
The Boston College baseball team announced the 2013 dates for its summer youth camps. "Birdball" Camps provide players ages six to 12, to work on skills and learn techniques from the entire BC coaching staff, current and former Eagles, current professional players and other area coaches.
American Athletic Conference may create its own bowl game (CBSSports.com)
An ACC bowl game at Yankee Stadium. An American Bowl game at Marlins Park. Sounds about right. #goaac
Field Hockey Hosts Alumni Game (BCEagles.com)
The Boston College field hockey team hosted former players back at the Heights on May 4 for the Annual Alumnae Game and Social at the Newton Campus Field Hockey Complex.
Rowing Honors Student-Athletes at Banquets (BCEagles.com)
Several members of the Boston College women's rowing team earned honors for both their academic and athletic efforts during 2012-13 at the All-Sports Banquet and the BC Rowing Banquet earlier this month.