Frank A. Scofield
Frank A. Scofield
Hometown: Sudbury, MA
Team: Lacrosse

Frank A. Scofield '69
Hometown:
Sudbury, MA
Sport:
Lacrosse
Year Inducted:
1989

Nicknamed “the Machine” for his amazing physical condition and endurance, Scofield was a mainstay in the defense for the 1969 championship team. A first-team All-Ivy selection in 1968 and 1969, he was an integral part of a defense that set a record for the best goals against average for a season with 4.87 in 15 games. “Frank was a quiet and unassuming person off the field,” said coach Cliff Stevenson, “but when it came time to play he always did the job. He was a hard worker, tenacious and one of the best.” Along with his defense-mates Roger “the Bop” Bolletin, Bruce “the Hulk” Pitt and Dale “Aircraft Carrier” Winzer, he helped to set a record that may stand forever. Scofield continued to play for the Brine team until recently and according to one alumnus, “is still a force in the Alumni game.” Now living in Sudbury, Massachusetts with his wife Nancy and their two children Alex and Ashley, Frank is a teacher in the Waltham Public School System.