MET Alum Pair Named to BU Athletic Hall of Fame
Two Metropolitan College graduates have been elected to the Boston University Athletic Hall of Fame. Bob Danville (MET’82) and Matt Gilroy (MET’09) will be feted for their accomplishments as Terriers and enshrined during a ceremony and banquet to be held in November.
Danville, a 1982 All-American in track and field who obtained his business administration bachelor’s at MET, still holds the New England record for fastest time in the 400m hurdles. The Birmingham, England native and recent retiree was a part of seven national championships during his time at BU.
Gilroy won the 2009 Hobey Baker Award, which recognizes the nation’s top collegiate hockey player. Only the second BU player to win the award, the defenseman went on to a noteworthy professional career in both the NHL and international Kontinental Hockey League after earning his Bachelor of Science in Management Studies at MET.
The Boston University Athletic Hall of Fame 52nd induction festivities will be held Saturday, November 4, at noon, in the Francis Burke Club Room at Agganis Arena, 925 Commonwealth Ave.
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