Todd Pollack ’93 compiled a 29–1 record as the starting quarterback (he also started at free safety), and he co-captained the ’92 football squad to a New England Championship. He started in between the pipes as an 8th-grader and was a two-time All-FAA selection in hockey.
He racked up 172 goals and 73 assists on the lacrosse field and remains the school’s all-time leading scorer — and one of two Bruins to be named All-American twice. During his only season of organized basketball, he helped ’Wick reach the New England finals as the sixth man.
In total, he earned 13 varsity letters.
Pollack attended Boston College, where he ultimately played tight end and earned All-Big East accolades at the position.
Pollack was drafted in the 6th round of the 1998 NFL draft and played two seasons in the league before injuries forced him to retire from the game.