Athletics Hall of Fame

Robert Alevizos '76

Class of 2016
Football, Hockey, Baseball

Robert Alevizos was the standout athlete of the class of 1976. Recipient of the Nobles Shield, Alevizos received 8 varsity letters in his six years at Nobles, and was All-ISL in two sports. He was also selected by the ISL coaches as a High School All-American his senior year. He would go on to play four seasons of varsity baseball at Harvard where he was an All-Ivy and All-New England pitcher his senior year. He was drafted into the Chicago Cubs organization where he saw success at the minor league level.

Alevizos was a three year starter for the Nobles football team and Co-Captain as a senior. He was the quarterback for the famed ISL Champion 1975 team, which went 7-0. He was All-ISL his junior and senior year, and had a combined 17-2 record as the starting quarterback. He ran a combined triple option and drop back passing attack in one of the most prolific offenses in Nobles history. A true leader on and off the field, Alevizos provided not only his athleticism, but also his upstanding leadership, energy, and drive to the team.

Always the consummate competitor, Alevizos decided to try and walk onto the Nobles Hockey team in his senior year. By the time the season started, he was the starting goalie for the team, bringing his athletic prowess to the ice.

But Alevizos greatest sport was baseball. A four year starter at shortstop and pitcher, Alevizos dominated on the baseball field. He was a three time All-ISL player and an ISL champion his sophomore year. He captained the team as a senior and received the James Dewolfe Lovett Medal in 1976 for his outstanding play. That outstanding play caught the eye of Harvard where he played for four years. He led the Harvard baseball team to two Ivy League Championships in 1978 and 1980. His senior year was something to behold when he went 7-0 with a 2.13 ERA. To this day, Alevizos holds the single season win-loss record. Alevizos was drafted by the Chicago Cubs following his graduation from Harvard. He played brilliantly for one season, ending his professional career with a record of 4-1 and a 2.79 ERA.  

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2016 Hall of Fame Robert Alevizos '76