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Welles Crowther was a former lacrosse player whose trademark was a red bandana.
On Sept. 11, 2001, he led people to safety. This is his story.
On my 16th birthday, my dad gave me a red bandanna.
He told me the story of a man named Welles Crowther who was on the 76th floor of the World Trade Center when the planes hit on 9/11.
Rather than running down, he ran up.
One of the best features ESPN has ever done is The Man Behind the Red Bandana about former @BostonCollege lacrosse player Welles Crowther and his heroism on 9/11. A beautiful story that is worth rewatching on this day. #remember911 https://vimeo.com/57392462#at=1
Thinking of Welles Crowther. https://www.wsj.com/articles/remembering-a-hero-15-years-after-9-11-1473377444
On this day in 2001, Welles Crowther encountered the unthinkable but rose up and did the only thing he knew how to do. https://lacrossebucket.com/2019/09/11/remembering-welles-crowther-lacrosses-greatest-hero/
Today is superhero and villain day at school. My superhero is Welles Crowther. I can’t dress like him to honor him today. However, everyday when I see my son Welles, I think of him, remember him, and never forget the man in the red bandana. https://vimeo.com/57392462
Behind the red bandana is a hero.
Tonight we remember former @BCEagles lacrosse player Welles Crowther, who lost his life saving others on September 11, 2001.
It’s been 18 years and I still get a pit in my stomach. I named my 5th child after Welles Crowther, “The Man In the Red Bandanna”. If he’s even a fraction of the man Welles was, I’ll be a proud mom. #NeverForget
Wrote this last year. Few 9/11 stories will inspire you as much as that of Welles Crowther. As people went down to safety, he kept going back up and is credited with saving at least 18 people in the South Tower.
On this 9/11, please take a few minutes and watch this amazing story on hero Welles Crowther.
I never met the young man, but what he did on that day was amazing.
@BostonCollege @BCEagles .@wbz #wbz
Watch “The Man Behind the Red Bandana” on #Vimeo https://vimeo.com/57392462?ref=tw-share
Athletes will proudly carry a red bandana in honor of Welles Crowther, equities trader and volunteer firefighter who made the supreme sacrifice while saving lives at the WTC. The red bandanas will represent everything Welles was that we aspire to be, strength, courage and honor.
WINNER: It will be a special night in West Roxbury as Catholic Memorial hosts St. John's Shrewsbury & pays tribute to 9/11 victims while welcoming Todd Angilly to sing national anthem. Welles Crowther's mom, Alison, will address school and be at game. http://boston25.com/gameday
If you want to know what a hero looks like today and what defines servant leadership, take 13 minutes and watch the story of Welles Crowther. You'll be happy you did. A true 9/11 hero!!
“The Man in the Red Bandana”
In lieu of tomorrow being the 18th anniversary of one of the worst days in American history, I highly recommend watching the “Man In the Red Bandana” documentary. A touching story about a true hero. Really hits home especially that Welles Crowther was born and raised in Nyack.
The BC Community will always remember and respect Welles Crowther .Welles stood tall in the face of tragedy. His courage and exemplary commitment to others will be his profile forever. 🙏🦅🎓BC man https://twitter.com/bcfootball/status/1171771120908828674
I'll always remember being part of the Welles Crowther tribute during the BC game in 2011.
Proud and somber moment remembering a real hero from 9/11/01.
Thanks to UCF students @StrengthOfSpear and @KnightfanNeal for making the tribute happen.
Every year I start today by watching ESPN’s video about The Man in The Red Bandana. Too often it’s easy to see the worst in humanity. Welles Crowther was an embodiment of the best. #NeverForgotten https://www.facebook.com/ESPN/videos/292095638054074?sfns=mo