Alexander Zebrowski Jr.
Alexander was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1983. His citation is below:
Alexander G. Zebrowski, Jr., a Bristol, Connecticut native, ranks as one of Washington College’s premier sports performers.
A powerful basketball player, he led Washington College to two Maryland Collegiate League Championships. Zeke captured the state’s scoring title twice. He was selected All-Maryland his junior and senior years.
The leading newspapers in Baltimore, Washington, Wilmington and Eastern Shore areas dubbed him the “Bristol Bomber”. On campus he was affectionately called “Goop:, Zeke, Alex and the P and P man. He was the first Maryland basketball player to score over one thousand career points.
Zebrowski, a four-letter man, earned All-Maryland honors as a football lineman and earned varsity letters in baseball and tennis.
After a brief career as a chemist for Bethlehem Steel, he became the owner and operator of the Wolcott Insurance Agency, Inc., in Wolcott, Connecticut. He has served as President of the Wolcott Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the Lions Club and the Exchange Club. His hobbies are boating, swimming, travel and photography.
A brilliant student, meritorious in scholarship, a member of ODK and many other college committees, Alexander G. Zebrowski brought fame to hiss college on the athletic field and court. We honor him this day (October 28, 1983) into the Washington College Athletic Hall of Fame.