Larry Davenport
Larry Davenport

Position:
Boston University Athletics Hall of Fame

Inducted:
2008


Davenport was a standout for the men's ice hockey team from 1967-70, totaling 154 career points (67g, 87a), which currently ranks 15th all-time in program history. He was team MVP and captain his senior year, helping the Terriers post a 20-7 record and capture the Beanpot title. As a rookie in 1967-68, Davenport broke out onto the scene with 59 points, including a team-best 24 goals. In 84 career games, Davenport averaged 1.83 points per game, which ranks among the all-time best at Boston University. Davenport also won the E. Ray Speare award in 1970.

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