|Year:||Induction Class of 2013|
|Previous College:||Boston State College '72|
|Team:||Men's Ice Hockey|
A two-time team Most Valuable Player (1971 and 1972) and a native of Southern California, Craig Cullen '72 is considered one of the program’s top two way forwards. During his four seasons with the Warriors, Cullen was instrumental in leading Boston State to the 1969 and 1971 Codfish Bowl Championships. For his efforts he was named to the All-Tournament team in 1971.
Named an ECAC Player of the Week as a junior and senior, Cullen established himself as one of the most gifted student-athletes to ever wear the Green and Gold. When not on the ice, Cullen was a four-time Dean’s List honoree, and received the Boston State College Scholar Athlete Award at the end of his senior season.
On the ice he closed out his junior campaign ranked second on the team with 24 points, which he then surpassed as a senior with a combined 38 points in 1972. Defensively solid, Cullen was considered a top penalty killer, but when given the opportunity was able to make things happen offensively. He finished with 81 total points (35 goals, 46 assists) in 66 games.
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