College Hockey:
Boston University to honor longtime supporter Driben

On May 6, Boston University will honor Elliot Driben’s longtime commitment to Terrier athletics by naming the Case Center entrance “Elliot Driben Lobby.”

For more than 40 years, Driben, who has been stricken with cerebral palsy since childhood, has attended over 5,000 BU sporting events, donated to every team, and befriended generations of student-athletes, coaches and fans.

The BU Athletic Hall of Fame has twice honored Elliot – first in 1993, with a special recognition award, and in 2010, when he received the Roger “Moose” Washburn Memorial Award, honoring his continuous unselfish support to BU athletics.

The May 6 event is free to the public and those interested can RSVP here.

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