Theodore S. Strojny
Sport:
Year of Graduation:
Year Inducted:
Football
1947
1989

Biography

Strojny was a two way tackle, one of the “60 minute men” on the celebrated 1942 squad which shocked BC 55-12 in one of the greatest upsets in college football history. His career was interrupted by the war, where he received the Purple Heart and Bronze Star. Following release from the army, Ted rejoined the Crusaders and was a starting lineman in a 7-6 loss to Miami in the 1945 Orange Bowl. A consensus All New England pick and an honorable mention All America, he played for the Los Angeles Rams and Pittsburgh Steelers after graduation.