• Sue D Heether
    2013

    Sue D. Heether

    Loyola University Maryland

    Sue D. Heether

    Loyola University Maryland

    Inducted as a truly great player, Heether was a four-year starter at Loyola University Maryland and a first-team All-American in 1990. She was also selected as the IWLCA’s national goalie of the year that season. Heether was a three-time member of the U.S. Women’s World Cup Team (1993, 1997, 2001), helping Team USA capture the world championship in each of those years. She also served as an alternate to the team in 1989 and 2005. Heether ranks second all-time in saves (53) by a U.S. player in World Cup competition. Following her playing career, she added a fourth World Cup title as head coach of the U.S. team in 2009. Heether was recipient of US Lacrosse’s Beth Allen Award in 2005 as the most outstanding U.S. team player at the National Tournament. In recent years, she has twice travelled to South Africa to serve as a coach with the South African Lacrosse Project.

  • Cindy Timchal
    2012

    Cindy Timchal

     

    Cindy Timchal

     

    Inducted as a truly great coach, Timchal was the all-time winningest coach in NCAA women’s lacrosse history, with a 412-108 career record in 30 seasons as a head coach at the time of her induction in 2012. She is the only women’s lacrosse coach to lead three different teams to the NCAA Tournament, having done so with Northwestern University, the University of Maryland and the U.S. Naval Academy. Timchal has won the NCAA national championship eight times (1992, 1995-2001) – all at Maryland – and made her 24th NCAA Tournament appearance in 2012, the most all-time among coaches. She was named the IWLCA’s national coach of the year in 1999, and has been named her conference’s coach of the year five times. Timchal was also recognized as the head coach on the NCAA’s 25th Anniversary Team in 2006. As a testimony to her impact in the sport, dozens of her former players have gone on to coach in the college ranks.

  • Brian Dougherty
    2012

    Brian Dougherty

    University of Maryland

    Brian Dougherty

    University of Maryland

    Inducted as a truly great player, Dougherty was a two-time, first-team All-American at the University of Maryland (1993-1996), earning the award in his junior and senior seasons. Dougherty was a two-time recipient of the USILA’s Ensign C. Markland Kelly Jr. Award as the nation’s top goalkeeper (1995, 1996) and was named the Lt. Raymond Enners Award winner as the nation’s outstanding player in 1995. In addition, he was MVP of the 1995 NCAA Championship after leading Maryland to a second place finish. After college, Dougherty played nine professional seasons in Major League Lacrosse, from 2001-2009, and was an MLL All-Star six times. He was named the MLL’s Goalie of the Year three times, winning the honor in 2003, 2006 and 2007. Dougherty was selected as the goalie on the MLL's All-Decade Team in 2010. On the international level, he won two FIL World Championships as a member of the U.S. Men’s National Team, capturing gold in 1998 and 2010. In addition to stints as an assistant coach at Haverford College and the University of Pennsylvania, Dougherty served as the head coach of the men's program at Chestnut Hill College for seven seasons, 2011-2017. He was previously inducted into the University of Maryland Athletics Hall of Fame in 2008.

  • Tim Nelson
    2012

    Tim Nelson

    Syracuse University

    Tim Nelson

    Syracuse University

    Inducted as a truly great player, Nelson was a three-time first-team All-American (1983, 1984, 1985) at Syracuse University after transferring from North Carolina State University following his freshman season.Nelson was awarded the USILA’s Lt. Col. Jack Turnbull Award as the national attackman of the year three times (1983, 1984 and 1985). Syracuse won the NCAA national championship in 1983 and finished as the national runner-up during Nelson’s junior and senior seasons in 1984 and 1985. Nelson also was selected for the USILA’s North-South All-Star Game in 1985, and recognized on the NCAA’s Silver Anniversary Team in 1995. He concluded his playing career in 1985 as the NCAA's Division I all-time scoring leader with 320 points. At the time of his induction, Nelson still ranked third in career points and remained first in career assists with 221.

  • Roy Colsey
    2012

    Roy Colsey

    Syracuse University

    Roy Colsey

    Syracuse University

    Inducted as a truly great player, Colsey was a four-time All-American at Syracuse University from 1992-1995 following a standout prep career at Yorktown (N.Y.) High School. Colsey earned first-team All-America honors in each of his last three collegiate seasons after earning third-team honors as a freshman. He received the USILA’s McLaughlin Award in 1995 as the national midfielder of the year, and also was selected for the North-South All-Star Game as a senior. He led Syracuse to the NCAA national championship in 1993 and 1995. Colsey also played nine seasons (2000-2008) professionally in Major League Lacrosse and earned all-star honors four times. He was the MLL’s Championship MVP in 2006. Colsey also was a member of the 2006 U.S. Men’s National Team.

  • Jesse Hubbard
    2012

    Jesse Hubbard

    Princeton University

    Jesse Hubbard

    Princeton University

    Inducted as a truly great player, Hubbard was a three-time All-American at Princeton (N.J.) University, earning first-team honors in 1996 and 1998 and second-team honors in 1997. He helped lead the Tigers to three straight NCAA national championships (1996, 1997, 1998) and four consecutive Ivy League titles during his career. Hubbard also earned All-Ivy League recognition three times, and was named the league’s player of the year as a sophomore in 1996 when he established a new school record with 53 goals in a season. He finished his career as Princeton’s all-time leader in goals scored (163) and second in career points (211). He was a member of the 1998 U.S. National Team that won the world championship, and played professionally for three indoor seasons and eight outdoor seasons. He was a six-time all-star in Major League Lacrosse (2001-2006) and the MLL’s leading scorer three times (2001-2003).

  • Jen Adams
    2012

    Jen Adams

    University of Maryland

    Jen Adams

    University of Maryland

    Inducted as a truly great player, Adams enjoyed a record-setting four-year playing career at the University of Maryland from 1998-2001, during which time she earned first-team All-America honors three times and won the Tewaaraton Award as a senior. Adams was named the national player of the year and the national attacker of the year by the IWLCA three times, winning each award in 1999, 2000 and 2001. She concluded her career as Maryland’s all-time leader in goals, assists, and points, and helped lead the Terrapins to four straight NCAA national championships from 1998-2001. Adams finished her career with 445 total points, setting the NCAA career scoring record. A native of Australia, Adams also played for the Australian national team in 2001, 2005 and 2009 and earned All-World honors twice. At the time of her induction, she was serving in her fourth year as head women’s lacrosse coach at Loyola University Maryland.

  • Kelly Amonte Hiller
    2012

    Kelly Amonte Hiller

    University of Maryland

    Kelly Amonte Hiller

    University of Maryland

    Inducted as a truly great player, Amonte Hiller was a four-time All-American at the University of Maryland, earning first-team honors in 1994, 1995 and 1996 after receiving second team honors as a freshman in 1993. She helped to lead the Terrapins to the NCAA national championship in 1995 and 1996, and was named the national defensive player of the year in 1995 and the national offensive player of the year in 1996. She was chosen as the Atlantic Coast Conference’s (ACC) Female Athlete of the Year in 1996. Amonte Hiller is a three-time member of the U.S. Women’s National Team (1997, 2001, 2005), and was selected to the All-World Team in 2005. At the time of her induction, she was serving in her 11th season as head women’s lacrosse coach at Northwestern University and had won seven NCAA championships.

  • Missy Foote
    2012

    Missy Foote

    Middlebury College

    Missy Foote

    Middlebury College

    Inducted as a truly great coach and still active at the time of her induction in 2012, Foote had compiled 376 wins and a career winning percentage of nearly 80 percent through 31 seasons as head coach at Middlebury (Vt.) College. She retired following the 2015 season with a career record of 422-114-1 record (34 years), a win total that ranked second among all head coaches in Division III history. Foote guided Middlebury to the NCAA Division III national championship five times (1997, 1999, 2001, 2002 and 2004) and recorded four perfect seasons. Under her guidance, Middlebury recorded seven conference championships and qualified for the NCAA tournament 21 times, with 14 straight trips to the NCAA national semifinals from 1994-2007. She has been recognized as the IWLCA's national coach of the year five times, and was named her conference's coach of the year eight times. Foote coached more than 35 first-team All-Americans during her career, including 11 national position players of the year. In addition to lacrosse, Foote also served 21 years as Middlebury's field hockey head coach and registered a record of 180-95-12, with an NCAA championship in 1998. Foote served as an assistant coach with the U.S. Women’s Developmental Team from 2005-09, and was a member of the NCAA Division III Women’s Lacrosse Committee from 2003-06. Inducted previously into the US Lacrosse New England Hall of Fame, the Vermont Sports Hall of Fame, and the Ward Melville High School Hall of Fame, in 2017, she became one of six head coaches inducted into the IWLCA's first Hall of Fame class. 

  • John Jake Lawlor
    2011

    John Jake Lawlor

    United States Naval Academy

    John Jake Lawlor

    United States Naval Academy

    Inducted as a truly great player, Lawlor was a four-year player for the United States Naval Academy, earning first team (1974, 1975) and honorable mention (1973) All-America accolades. In his senior year of 1975, he was given the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) Schmeisser Award as the nation’s outstanding defenseman and he won the Stuart Oxnard Trophy as Navy's Most Valuable Player. Serving as a team captain in his senior year, Lawlor helped lead Navy to its first NCAA Championship Game in 1975, with the Mids losing to Maryland in the final. He was also chosen to participate in the North-South All-Star Game that season. Lawlor was previously inducted into the US Lacrosse Long Island Metro Chapter Hall of Fame (2006) and USNA Athletic Hall of Fame (1975).

  • David Huntley
    2011

    David W. Huntley

    Johns Hopkins University

    David W. Huntley

    Johns Hopkins University

    Inducted as a truly great player, Huntley, a four-year college player at Johns Hopkins University (1976-1979), received first team (1977, 1979) and second team (1978) All-America honors. He helped his team capture two NCAA Division I championship titles (1978, 1979) and was named to the All-time Johns Hopkins Team in 1979. Huntley received the Lt. Donald MacLaughlin award as the nation's top midfielder in 1979 and was selected to play in the 1979 North-South All-Star Game. He played in the 1978 (gold medal) and 1982 World Games for Team Canada. Huntley was inducted into the Greater Baltimore Chapter Hall of Fame in 1999, the Johns Hopkins Athletics Hall of Fame in 2010, and the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2011. Dave Huntley passed away on December 18, 2017, at the age of 60. 

  • Sandra Lanahan Zvosec
    2011

    Sandra Lanahan Zvosec

    University of Maryland

    Sandra Lanahan Zvosec

    University of Maryland

    Inducted as a truly great player, Lanahan Zvosec, a two-time All-American, was captain of the 1981 team at the University of Maryland that captured the NCAA Division I National Championship. Additionally, she was selected as the MVP of the National Championship Game. Following college, Zvosec went on to play for the U.S. Women’s National First Team (1980-1987), the U.S. Touring Team (1984) and the U.S. World Cup team (1982, 1986-Captain). Additionally, she coached at Loyola (Md.) College. Her other honors include winning the Beth Allen Award in 1983 and being named to the All-ACC Top-50 Lacrosse Team in 2003. She has also been inducted previously into the US Lacrosse Greater Baltimore Chapter's Hall of Fame (1998).