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Scanlan Award

Scanlan Award
Awarded for senior football player outstanding in scholarship, leadership, and athletic ability
Location Newton, Massachusetts
Country United States
Presented by Boston College Varsity Club
First awarded 1947
Currently held by , offensive tackle

The Thomas F. Scanlan Memorial Trophy is an award given by the Boston College Varsity Club to the senior football player outstanding in scholarship, leadership, and athletic ability.

Winners

  • 1947: Vic Palladino, guard
  • 1948: Tom Brennan, running back
  • 1949: Butch Songin, quarterback
  • 1950: Phil Coen, guard
  • 1951: Mike Roarke, tight end
  • 1952: Bob Cote, fullback
  • 1953: Dan Brosnahan, offensive tackle
  • 1954: James Kane, quarterback
  • 1955: Ed DeSilva, fullback
  • 1956: Bernie Teliszewski, fullback
  • 1957: Tom Meehan, guard
  • 1958: Jack Flanagan, tight end
  • 1959: Ross O'Hanley, defensive back
  • 1960: Johnny Amabile, quarterback
  • 1961: Dan Sullivan, tackle
  • 1962: Art Graham, wide receiver
  • 1963: Jack Concannon, quarterback
  • 1964: Don Moran, fullback
  • 1965: John Leone, offensive tackle
  • 1966: Mike O'Neill, end
  • 1967: Terry Erwin, running back
  • 1968: John Egan, center
  • 1969: Bob Bouley, offensive tackle
  • 1970: John Bonistalli, wide receiver
  • 1971: Steve Kirchner, defensive back
  • 1972: Dave Bucci, wide receiver
  • 1973: Ned Guillet, defensive back
  • 1974: Steve Turner, defensive tackle
  • 1975: Steve Scialabba, defensive back
  • 1976: Tom Lynch, offensive tackle
  • 1977: Rich Scudellari, linebacker
  • 1978: Bill Ohrenberger, defensive tackle
  • 1979: Mike Mayock, defensive back
  • 1980: Tim Sherwin, tight end and Jerry Stabile, defensive back
  • 1981: Gerry Raymond, guard
  • 1982: Jon Schoen, wide receiver
  • 1983: Brian Brennan, wide receiver
  • 1984: Steve Strachan, running back
  • 1985: Jack Bicknell, Jr., center
  • 1986: Mike Degnan, defensive line
  • 1987: Bill Romanowski, linebacker and Jeff Oliver, tackle
  • 1988: Mark Kamphaus, quarterback
  • 1989: Mike Sanders, running back
  • 1990: Ray Hilvert, wide receiver
  • 1991: Mike Williams, linebacker
  • 1992: Charlie Brennan, safety and Mike Marinaro, defensive tackle
  • 1993: Keith Miller, wide receiver and Mike Panos, linebacker
  • 1994: Eric Shorter, defensive back
  • 1995: Rob Clifford, safety
  • 1996: Mark Nori, guard
  • 1997: Matt Hasselbeck, quarterback and Omari Walker, running back
  • 1998: Doug Brzezinski, guard
  • 1999: Frank Chamberlin, linebacker
  • 2000: Tim Hasselbeck, quarterback
  • 2001: Scott Bradley, linebacker and Brian St. Pierre, quarterback
  • 2002: Doug Bessette, safety
  • 2003: Augie Hoffmann, guard
  • 2004: Tim Bulman, defensive tackle
  • 2005: Ricky Brown, linebacker and Patrick Ross, center
  • 2006: Josh Beekman, guard
  • 2007: Nick Larkin, defensive end and Matt Ryan, quarterback
  • 2008: Brandon Robinson, wide receiver
  • 2009: Jim Ramella, defensive end
  • 2010: Anthony Castonzo, offensive tackle
  • 2011: Ryan Quigley, punter
  • 2012: Emmett Cleary, offensive tackle

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