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Boston College Daily Links: R.I.P. Walter Dubzinski Sr.

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Former Boston College linebacker dies at age 93.

Football legend Walter Dubzinski Sr., 93, dies (Worcester Telegram & Gazette)
Walter Dubzinski Sr., a former pro football player who went onto become a legendary high school coach, died Friday night, according to his family. He was 93. Dubzinski was a college fullback before becoming a center and linebacker on Boston College's 1940 Cotton Bowl team and 1941 Sugar Bowl and national championship squad.

Rutgers recruiting: Rutgers and BC neck and neck after Trey Klock's Friday Rutgers unofficial visit (NJ.com)
"When we were at Boston, I was just like, 'This is the place for me. It's great to have a Rutgers offer and a few other offers but this is the place for me.' And then I was there at Rutgers yesterday, and I was like, 'This place is just as great and I love it. I love this place just as much.'

Pike's Peak Hosts 64th Awards Banquet (BCEagles.com)
Sophomore forward Johnny Gaudreau and senior forward Steven Whitney shared the Norman F. Dailey award as Boston College's Most Valuable Players and all six seniors were honored at the 64th annual Pike's Peak Club awards banquet that celebrated the Eagles' 2012-13 season on Sunday at the Westin hotel in Waltham, Mass.

Stanwick Captures Spot on ACC All-Tournament Team (BCEagles.com)
Boston College sophomore Covie Stanwick has captured a spot on the 12-member 2013 ACC All-Tournament Team, the conference announced at the conclusion of the championship game on Sunday night.

Softball Defeated in Series Finale Against NC State (BCEagles.com)
Tory Speer tied the single season BC home run mark with her 14th homer of the season, but it wasn't enough as the NC State Wolfpack swept the three game series with a 14-3 victory on Sunday.

Softball Drops Two to NC State (BCEagles.com)
The BC softball team was outslugged in a doubleheader sweep to ACC foe NC State on Saturday at Shea Field.

Rowing Finishes Third at Annual Beanpot (BCEagles.com)
Boston College finished third overall while taking part in the "Row for Boston" initiative at the Beanpot on the Charles River in Boston, Mass., on Sunday morning.