In just two seasons, Robert Quinn, established himself as one of the most prolific scoring ice hockey forwards in Boston State College history. After transferring from Boston University, Quinn led the NCAA in scoring with 67 points for the Warriors in 1964-65 for an eye-popping average of 3.9 points per contest. Just to show that it wasn't a fluke, he led the nation in scoring again as a senior with 71 points for an average of 3.6 per outing to fuel Boston State to a perfect 20-0 record and a number one national ranking among small colleges. He also played in the first ever Codfish Bowl, leading the Warriors to capture the inaugural championship. Quinn still ranks as the school's all-time leader in scoring average with 3.7 points per game to give him 138 points in 37 career tilts and graduated as the career leader in total points, before being eclipsed in 1975. He now stands fourth in Boston State history in career points and assists (73) and is fifth in goals (65). Prior to his transfer to Boston State, he was a member of the 1962 United States National Hockey team that competed at the World Championships in Stockholm, Sweden. Following his graduation from college in 1969, he turned his attention to softball, enjoying a tremendous pitching career that included 18 National Championship appearances within the American Softball Association. He starred for the Clearwater Bombers and was tabbed an All-American four times and ultimately recognized with an induction into the National Softball Hall of Fame.