Frank Legro was one of the most productive and consistent scorers in Boston State College hockey history. The winger finished among the Warriors' top three single-season goal-scorers in each of his four seasons and finished his career with 72 tallies to rank second all-time at Boston State. Legro registered 30 or more points in every season he played to finish with 142 career points to place him second among the Warriors' all-time greats, while posting 70 assists to stand fifth on the career list in 107 career contests, which puts him third on the games played list. Legro was a co-captain in his senior campaign to cap a career that saw him play on the first line during his entire tenure as well as Boston State's top power play unit. A 1975 graduate, Legro helped the Warriors advance to the NAIA National Championship Tournament with an 18-11-2 mark as a junior, a record which included the second-highest win total in school history. The forward made an impact right away as the team's leading goal-scorer as a freshman and helped Boston State to a Codfish Bowl Championship with a 7-2 win over Merrimack College in 1971. Legro has already been enshrined into the Marblehead High School Athletic Hall of Fame and is presently the Director of Sales for the Narragansett Underwriting Group in Barrington, RI.