• Margery Watson
    2014

    Margery Watson

    Ursinus College

    Margery Watson

    Ursinus College

    Watson was inducted as a truly great contributor. Watson may be best known as the coach who launched the women’s program at Ursinus College, where she amassed a record of 199-19-9 as the coach from 1957-81. Included in that run were seven undefeated seasons, as well as runner-up finishes in both the 1979 USWLA National Tournament and the 1981 AIAW National Championship. In addition, she was instrumental in the creation of the Philadelphia Colleges Women’s Lacrosse Association (PCWLA) in 1970, and was a pioneer in the women’s lacrosse camp business. In recognition, Watson was the inaugural recipient of the IWLCA’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2000. She was previously inducted to four other halls of fame.

  • Erin Brown Millon
    2014

    Erin Brown Millon

     

    Erin Brown Millon

     

    Inducted as a truly great player, Millon began her collegiate career with two seasons at Essex (Md.) Community College before she transferred to the University of Maryland and became a second team All-American as a senior in 1990. She was named to the ACC’s 50th Anniversary Team in 2002. Millon was a two-time member of the U.S. World Cup Team, helping Team USA to capture the world championship in both 1997 and 2001. She also served as an alternate on the 1993 team. Millon was the recipient of US Lacrosse’s Beth Allen Award in 2001 as the most outstanding U.S. team player at the Women’s National Tournament. She was also the first recipient of the IWLCA’s President’s Award in 2004.

  • Carole Wakefield
    2014

    Carole Wakefield

    Lacrosse Magazine

    Carole Wakefield

    Lacrosse Magazine

    Wakefield was inducted posthumously as a truly great contributor. Recognized by many as being the first publicist for women’s lacrosse, she served as a writer and columnist covering the game for parts of four decades. Wakefield was the women's editor for Lacrosse Magazine for 12 years, and editor of the USWLA’s Crosse Checks publication for five years. For 10 years, Wakefield was a fixture at the Vail Shootout as a scorer, timer and writer. In recognition, she received the Vail Tournament’s Service Award in 1997. In 2000, the Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter of US Lacrosse established the Carole Wakefield Award, presented to a journalist who has made an outstanding contribution to women's lacrosse in Pennsylvania.

  • Jay Jalbert
    2014

    Jay Jalbert

    University of Virginia

    Jay Jalbert

    University of Virginia

    Inducted as a truly great player, Jalbert was a three-time All-American as a midfielder at the University of Virginia, earning first team honors in 1999 and 2000 and honorable mention status in 1998. Jalbert helped lead the Cavaliers to the 1999 NCAA title, and was named as the winner of the USILA’s McLaughlin Award that season as the national midfielder of the year. He earned All-ACC honors in both 1999 and 2000, and was named to the ACC’s 50th Anniversary Team in 2002. As a professional, Jalbert was a four-time all-star in Major League Lacrosse and named league MVP in 2003 while helping the Lizards claim the championship. He was a three-time all-star in the National Lacrosse League, winning titles in 2001 and 2006. He also was named to the 2006 All-World Team and received the Best Midfielder Award as a member of Team USA.

  • Peter G. Voelkel
    2014

    Peter G. Voelkel

    University of North Carolina

    Peter G. Voelkel

    University of North Carolina

    Inducted as a truly great player, Voelkel was a four-time All-American as a midfielder at the University of North Carolina, earning first team honors in 1982 and 1983, second team honors in 1981, and honorable mention status in 1980. Additionally, Voelkel was tabbed as the USILA’s midfielder of the year in 1983. He was a three-time selectee to the All-ACC team (1981, 1982, 1983), and named to the ACC’s 50th Anniversary Team in 2002. North Carolina won two ACC championships (1981, 1982) during his tenure, and also captured two NCAA national championships, in 1981 and 1982. He was named UNC’s team MVP in 1981 and 1983. Voelkel was selected to play in the USILA’s North-South All-Star Game as a senior in 1983.

  • Ryan Wade
    2013

    Ryan Wade

    University of North Carolina

    Ryan Wade

    University of North Carolina

    Inducted as a truly great player, Wade was a three-time All-American at the University of North Carolina, earning first team honors in 1993 and 1994, and second team honors in 1992. Additionally, Wade was tabbed as the USILA’s midfielder of the year in 1993. Wade was the ACC’s player of the year in both 1993 and 1994, and was a four-time selectee to the All-ACC team (1991-1994). North Carolina won four ACC championships during his tenure, and also captured the NCAA national championship in 1991. Wade was a member of three U.S. national teams, playing on the U-19 squad in 1992 and the world champion U.S. Men’s National Team in both 1994 and 1998. He was selected to the All-World Team in 1998, and also named as winner of the Best and Fairest Player Award (MVP) at the 1998 world championship.

  • Michele DeJuliis
    2013

    Michele DeJuliis

    Penn State University

    Michele DeJuliis

    Penn State University

    Inducted as a truly great player, DeJuliis was a four-time All-American at Penn State University, earning first team honors in 1995, 1996 and 1997. She finished her career ranked sixth on Penn State’s all-time scoring list with 203 points and led the Nittany Lions in scoring in 1994, 1995 and 1996. As a senior, she served as team captain and was selected for the North-South All- Star Game. DeJuliis was a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team Program from 1994-2009, and served as captain of the 2009 World Cup team that won the world championship. She has received both the Amy Willard Award (1997) and the Beth Allen Award (2009) as a participant in US Lacrosse’s Women’s National Tournament. DeJuliis founded Ultimate Goal Lacrosse in 2001, which services over 500 members annually. She also spent eight years in collegiate coaching at Princeton University.

  • Bill Miller
    2013

    Bill Miller

    Hobart College

    Bill Miller

    Hobart College

    Inducted as a truly great player, Miller was a four-time All-American at Hobart (N.Y.) College, earning first team honors in 1989, 1990 and 1991, and honorable mention status in 1988. Additionally, Miller was a two-time winner of both the USILA’s national Division III player of the year award and national attackman of the year award (1990, 1991). He helped lead Hobart to four NCAA Division III national championships (1988-1991) during his career, and finished as Hobart’s all-time leader in goals (173), and second all-time in assists (145) and points (318). Miller played professionally in the indoor NLL for the Philadelphia Wings from 1991-1998, and was MVP of the NLL’s championship game in 1998. He was also a two-time member of the U.S. Men’s National Team, helping Team USA to world championships in both 1994 and 1998.

  • Quinn Carney Burke
    2013

    Quinn Carney Burke

    University of Maryland

    Quinn Carney Burke

    University of Maryland

    Inducted as a truly great player, Carney was a four-year starter as a midfielder at the University of Maryland and a two-time All-American, earning first team honors in 2001 and third team honors in 1999. She helped to lead the Terrapins to four straight NCAA national championships from 1998-2001, and three straight ACC Championships from 1999-2001. Carney was a three-time All-ACC selectee (1999-2001) and was also selected to the ACC’s 50th Anniversary Team in 2002. She finished her Maryland career ranked third on the school’s all-time list in assists (110), fifth in goals (162) and fifth in points (265). She was a two-time member of the U.S. Women’s World Cup Team (2001, 2005) and named to the All-World Team in 2005. Carney holds the record for most goals scored in World Cup play (37) by a U.S. player.

  • Jim Berkman
    2013

    Jim Berkman

    Salisbury University

    Jim Berkman

    Salisbury University

    Inducted as a truly great coach, Berkman completed his 25th season as the head coach at Salisbury (Md.) University in 2013 and his 26th year overall as a head coach at the time of his induction. Berkman is the all-time winningest coach in NCAA men’s lacrosse history, with a 428-48 career record through the 2013 season. Berkman has won the NCAA Division III national championship 10 times (1994, 1995, 1999, 2003-05, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012) – all at Salisbury – and finished as the national runner-up four other times. He also has the highest winning percentage (90.1%) of any men’s college coach in history. Berkman has coached Salisbury to seven undefeated seasons and 17 conference championships. He has been recognized three times as the USILA’s national coach of the year (1991, 2008, 2012) and eight times as his conference’s coach of the year, while coaching 178 All-Americans during his career.

  • Tracy Stumpf
    2013

    Tracy Stumpf

    University of Maryland

    Tracy Stumpf

    University of Maryland

    Inducted as a truly great player, Stumpf enjoyed a standout prep career as a low defensive player at Springfield (Pa.) High School (Delco) before becoming a four-year anchor on defense at the University of Maryland. Stumpf helped the Terrapins to the NCAA semifinals in 1984 and 1985 and ultimately to their first national championship as a team captain in 1986. Stumpf earned first team All-America honors in both 1985 and 1986, and was named to the NCAA’s All-Tournament Team in 1984, 1985 and 1986. She played in the North-South All-Star Game in 1986 and was additionally named to the ACC’s 50th Anniversary Team in 2002 and the NCAA’s 25th Anniversary Team in 2006. Stumpf spent seven years (1986-1993) as a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team Program, and was a member of the 1989 championship-winning U.S. World Cup Team. She served as an alternate for the 1986 U.S. World Cup Team.

  • Michael Watson
    2013

    Michael Watson

    University of Virginia

    Michael Watson

    University of Virginia

    Inducted as a truly great player, Watson was a four-time All-American at the University of Virginia, earning first team honors in 1996 and 1997, second team honors in 1995, and third team honors in 1994. He was also named the USILA’s attackman of the year in 1996.Watson won the ACC’s Rookie of the Year Award in 1994 and the ACC’s Player of the Year Award as a senior in 1997. He was also a four-time All-ACC selectee. Watson helped lead the Cavaliers to the NCAA championship game in both 1994 and 1996, and was named the NCAA Tournament’s most outstanding player in 1996. He finished his career ranked second on UVA’s all-time scoring list with 141 goals. Watson was a member of the 1998 world champion U.S. Men’s National Team, and in 2002 was named one of the 50 greatest lacrosse players in ACC history. He was a five-time all-star in Major League Lacrosse and is the model for the MLL logo.