• SHORE REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS
    HALL OF FAME CLASS OF 1998-2006
     
    Stephen A. Lubischer
    Shore Regional Class of 1980
     
    Steve received varsity letters in both basketball and football.  His leadership ability was rewarded in 1980 as he was made Captain of the Basketball Team.  He had an outstanding career on the hard courts as he led the Shore Area in scoring. A member of the 1000 point career scoring group, Steve was upon graduation, the All-Time leading scorer.  He also displayed his strength and skill by also being Shore’s All-Time leading rebounder. He was recognized for his round ball accomplishments by receiving awards for All-County, All-Shore, and All-State Group II in 1980.  In addition, he received the prestigious Scholar/Athlete award from Shore Regional in his senior year.

    Steve’s greatest feats were to be recorded on the gridiron of Shore Regional.  He was the first Shore Regional football player to be named 1st Team All-State - All-Groups as a defensive back in his senior year.  In addition, Steve received All-County, All-Shore, also both 1st Team sections in his senior year. He captained the 1979 team, after having shown evidence of things to come in his 1978 junior year.  Steve was rewarded with his first great season by getting 1st team recognition in All-County, All-Shore and All-State Group II, again as a defensive back.

    As a result of his achievements.  Steve earned a full scholarship to Division I Boston College where he continued to star as a 4 year letter winner.  Steve switched to outside linebacker for BC, where he started in his junior and senior years. Not coincidentally, BC finished ranked in the top 20 both years.  Steve’s 1984 team was recognized as the Eastern Champion with the “Beast of the East” Award.  Steve was personally recognized as 2nd Team All East Outside Linebacker, as well as, the schools Unsung Hero, Senior Dedication Award, 1983-84 season.  In addition, Steve enjoyed the spotlight while playing 2 Bowl games with BC, once in Tangerine Bowl and again in the Liberty Bowl. Another claim to fame Steve enjoys is having been a teammate to Heisman Trophy Winner, Quarterback Doug Flutie.

    Professional football recognized this man’s talent and called him after Boston College.  Steve played with the Philadelphia Eagles, the Oakland Raiders and the Miami Dolphins, both in preseason and regular season games until a neck injury prematurely ended a promising pro career.

    Steven is presently in Sales Management and is living with his wife and children in Oceanport.