Jake Bobo comes from a family with a rich sporting past.
His father, Mike Bobo, spent three seasons in football with Dartmouth College. He was a regular starter from 1988 to 1991 and even captained his team in 1991. It won’t be wrong to say that Jake is genetically a leader.
Likewise, Jake’s mother, Casey Bobo, was also a college athlete. She played ice hockey at Dartmouth College. Jake’s parents attended the same college and turned their relationship into a beautiful family.
Moreover, his grandfather, Kieth Bobo, registered three seasons in football at SMU. He also played in the NFL for the Dallas Cowboys, being the 12th round pick in the 1974 NFL Draft.
Her maternal grandfather, David Hagerman, played four seasons of ice hockey at the University of New Hampshire.
Additionally, his aunt, Jamie Hagerman Phinney, played ice hockey at Harvard University and won a bronze medal with the United States hockey team at the 2006 Olympics in Turin, Italy. She was instrumental in the success of the team at the time.
Likewise, his other aunt, Kully Hagerman Reardon, played field hockey and lacrosse at Middlebury College. She was an NCAA hero, scoring the game-winning goal in overtime to lead the Panthers to NCAA hockey glory in 1998. She also won two NCAA lacrosse championships.