• Traci Davis
    2011

    Traci Davis

    Ursinus College

    Traci Davis

    Ursinus College

    Inducted as a truly great player, Davis was a four-year member of the St. Paul's School for Girls (Md.) field hockey, basketball and lacrosse teams. She graduated from Ursinus College and was named captain her senior year (1982). She was an All-American in both field hockey and lacrosse at Ursinus, and went on to play for the U.S. women’s national team (1979-1989); the U.S. touring team (1981, 1984); and the U.S. world cup team (1986). She was also captain of the U.S. team for the Canadian National Tournament in 1985. As a club player, Davis played for South 1, Philadelphia Colleges 1 and Lax World. She was inducted into the Greater Baltimore Chapter Hall of Fame in 1999 and the St. Paul's School for Girls Hall of Fame in 2001.

  • Jon Reese
    2011

    Jon Reese

    Yale University

    Jon Reese

    Yale University

    Inducted as a truly great player, Reese received first team (1990) and honorable mention (1988, 1989) All-America honors as a four-year player at Yale University. Reese was Ivy League Rookie of the Year (1987) and received the Ivy League Player of the Year award and the USILA MacLaughlin Award as the nation’s top midfielder in 1990, when he set the NCAA single season record with 82 goals.He led Yale to three Ivy League championships (1988-1990) and holds the Yale record for career goals (162) and points (200). In 1995, Resse was selected for the NCAA Silver Anniversary Team.

  • Bruce Allison
    2011

    Bruce Allison

     

    Bruce Allison

     

    Inducted as a truly great contributor, Allison was the head coach for Union College (1957-76) and then for Colorado School of Mines (1976-93). At both schools, he pulled double-duty by serving as director of athletics from 1972-1976 (Union) and from 1976-1995 (Colorado School of Mines). A former president, vice-president, and treasurer for both the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) and the USLCA, Allison also served as chairman of the NCAA Lacrosse Rules Committee from 1970 to 1974. During this time, he is credited with developing and implementing the NCAA lacrosse playoff system, which began in 1971. He was also instrumental in the formation of the Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Lacrosse League in 1978. Allison has been previously inducted into the US Lacrosse Adirondack Chapter Hall of Fame (2006), the US Lacrosse Colorado Chapter Hall of Fame (1995), the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Hall of Fame (1995), the Colorado School of Mines Athletic Hall of Fame (2007), the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Hall of Fame (2006), the Union College Athletic Hall of Fame (2005) and the SUNY Cortland Athletic Hall of Fame (1988). Bruce Allison passed away on December 21, 2013 at age 83.

  • Suzanne H McKinny
    2011

    Suzanne H. McKinny

    Ursinus College

    Suzanne H. McKinny

    Ursinus College

    Suzanne Honeysett McKinny was inducted as a truly great umpire. She transitioned into officiating after a successful playing career at the collegiate and national team level. She was a four-year player at Ursinus College and also a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team, First Team from 1965-1972, as well as the U.S. Touring Team three times (1964, 1969, 1970). She would frequently go into schools and clubs to teach lacrosse during her three international tours. McKinny umpired 35 years at the high school level, 30 years at the collegiate level and 20 years at the international level. She also served on the Philadelphia Umpiring Board and served as USWLA treasurer. She devoted her life to lacrosse and remained a great ambassador for the sport. She was an umpire at every level and only stopped when her mobility became a concern. Many regional umpires today can trace their interest in officiating to McKinny, who took every opportunity to introduce the sport to whomever was interested.

  • Michael L Burnett
    2010

    Michael L Burnett

    University of North Carolina

    Michael L Burnett

    University of North Carolina

    Inducted as a truly great player, Burnett was a three-time high school All-American and high school all-star at Wroxeter and at St. Mary’s (Md). During his career at North Carolina, Burnett was a four-time All-American, earning first team honors in 1981 and 1982, second team in 1983, and honorable mention in 1980. He was named ACC Player of the Year (1981) and was a three-time All-ACC team member. He is UNC’s third all-time leading scorer and remains second among UNC’s all-time assist leaders. Burnett helped his team capture two NCAA Division I National Championships (1981, 1982) and two ACC Championships (1981, 1982). As one of the Top-50 All-Time ACC Players, Burnett was voted into the US Lacrosse Chesapeake Chapter Hall of Fame in 2009 and inducted into the Anne Arundel (Md.) County Sports Hall of Fame in 2010.

  • Jack B. Kaley
    2010

    Jack B. Kaley

     

    Jack B. Kaley

     

    Kaley was inducted as a truly great coach. Beginning his coaching career in 1964, Kaley was the head coach for Lynbrook (N.Y.) High School. From 1968 to 1985, he was the East Meadow High School head coach, boasting a 227-90 record while winning four Nassau County Championships as well as three Long Island Championships. He has a cumulative high school career coaching record of 245-124 and in 1985, was named Nassau County’s Coach of the Year. Kaley coached the NY Lacrosse Club (1971), the Long Island Lacrosse Club (1972-1975) and the North Hempstead Lacrosse Club (1990-1991). He served as the assistant coach at St. John’s University from 1986 to 1992. In 1993, Kaley was hired as the head coach to start a team for New York Tech. In 17 seasons (1993-2009), he amassed a cumulative record of 185-33. His 84.9 winning percentage is the highest of all Division I and II coaches. He won four NCAA Division II National Championships (1997, 2003, 2005, 2008). He is an ECC Champion and a four-time NYCAC Champion. Kaley was named the NYCAC Coach of the Year (2006, 2008), the FieldTurf Division II Coach of the Year (2006, 2008), the ECC Coach of the Year (2007), the Nassau College Coach of the Year (2006), and the USILA Division II Coach of the Year (1996, 1997, 2003, 2008). He was also the USILA's Howdy Meyers Man of the Year in 2009. Internationally, Kaley served as head coach for Team Germany in four world championship events (2002-2014), and he was the U.S. Men’s National Team assistant coach in 1974. Kaley was inducted into the US Lacrosse Long Island Metro Chapter Hall of Fame in 1987.

  • Scott S Bacigalupo
    2010

    Scott S. Bacigalupo

    Princeton University

    Scott S. Bacigalupo

    Princeton University

    Inducted as a truly great player, Bacigalupo attended St. Paul’s School in Baltimore, earning 11 varsity letters for football, basketball and lacrosse. In lacrosse, he was a high school All-American and first-team all-league goalie as a senior in 1990. At Princeton, Bacigalupo was a three-time first team All-American (1992, 1993, 1994) and second team All-American (1991) goalie, a four-time All-Ivy league member, a two-year team captin (1993, 1994), the recipient of the C. Markland Kelly Award for the Division I Goalie of the Year (1992, 1993, 1994) and the Raymond Enners Award for the Division I Player of the Year (1994). He captured two Ivy League Championships (1992, 1993), two NCAA Division I Championships (1992, 1994) and was twice named the NCAA Division I Tournament Final Four MVP (1992, 1994). Bacigalupo tops Princeton’s leader board as its all-time saves leader (732) and received the William Winston Roper Trophy, Princeton's top athletics award. Bacigalupo participated in the North/South All-Star Game in 1994, and graduated as a USILA Scholar All-American. He was named to the NCAA Silver Anniversary Team (1995) and the Lacrosse Magazine All-Century Team in 2000. He was previously inducted into the St. Paul's Athletics Hall of Fame in 2008, and into the US Lacrosse Greater Baltimore Chapter Hall of Fame in 2009.

  • Francesca S. DenHartog
    2010

    Francesca S. DenHartog

    Harvard University

    Francesca S. DenHartog

    Harvard University

    Inducted as a truly great player, DenHartog served as team captain and was a four-year member of Weston (Mass.) High School lacrosse team.At Harvard, she was co-captain in 1983 and received All-American (1982, 1983) and All-Ivy team (1980, 1981, 1982, 1983) honors. In 1981 and 1983, DenHartog was voted the Ivy League Player of the Year and voted to the Ivy League Silver Anniversary Women’s Lacrosse Team (1999). She played for the U.S. Women’s National Team, First Team (1982, 1988, 1989); Reserve Team (1983, 1984, 1985, 1987); U.S. World Cup Team (1982, 1986, 1989); and the U.S. Touring Team (1984, 1987). As a club player, DenHartog was a 14-year participant (New England I, Philadelphia I, Hampshire Club) and received the Beth Allen Award in 1998. Also in 1998, DenHartog was inducted into the Harvard Varsity Club Hall of Fame and in 2000, into the US Lacrosse New England Chapter Lacrosse Hall of Fame.

  • Eleanor K Gaffney
    2010

    Eleanor K. Gaffney

    Boston Womens Lacrosse

    Eleanor K. Gaffney

    Boston Womens Lacrosse

    Inducted as a truly great player, Keady Gaffney was a member of the Boston Women’s Lacrosse Association from 1953-1962 and a member of the All-Boston first team from 1954-1962. She was named to the U.S. National Lacrosse Team from 1955 to 1961 and to the U.S. Reserve Team in 1954 and 1962. She traveled to the British Isles as a member of the 1957 U.S. Touring Team, participating in matches against England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. During this time she was also selected as a member of the US Field Hockey First and Reserve teams and toured in Europe and England. Gaffney was the founder and co-director of the Cape Cod Field Hockey and Lacrosse Camp from 1975 to 1985. She served as a US National Lacrosse Umpire, taught and coached lacrosse over the years, and was instrumental in developing lacrosse in the town of Sandwich, Mass. For 26 years, she was an elected member of the Sandwich School Committee. Gaffney graduated from Boston University's Sargent College of Physical Education in 1953 and was inducted into the B.U. Athletics Hall of Fame in 1981, the New England Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2002, and the Women’s Hall of Fame – Northeast New Agenda in 2003. She was married to Owen J. Gaffney in 1962 and passed her love for sports to their four children and seven grandchildren.

  • Mary M. Stefano
    2010

    Mary M. Stefano

    Penn State University

    Mary M. Stefano

    Penn State University

    McCarthy Stefano was inducted as a truly great player. At Moorestown (N.J.) High School, she was a member of the All-South Jersey Team and part of the New Jersey state championship team in 1983. At Penn State, Stefano was team captain (1987) and selected to the All-American first team three times (1985, 1986, 1987). She helped lead Penn State to the national championship in her senior season (1987). Stefano went on to play for the Philadelphia Club Lacrosse team for 10 years and later was the recipient of the Beth Allen Award (1994). On the international level, Stefano was a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team, First Team (1988, 1989, 1990, 1991), Reserve Team (1986, 1987, 1992), the U.S. World Cup Team (1989, 1993) and the U.S. Touring Team (1987, 1992). Stefano was inducted into the US Lacrosse New Jersey Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1997.

  • Harry Mac Ford
    2010

    Harry Mac Ford

    University of North Carolina

    Harry Mac Ford

    University of North Carolina

    Inducted as a truly great player, Ford was an attackman for Gilman (Md) School where he received All-American (1981), All-MSA (1981), and All-Metro (1980, 1981) accolades. Ford helped his school to capture the MSA Championship in 1981. At North Carolina, Ford was an All-American first (1985) and second (1984) team member as well as All-ACC in 1984 and 1985. He received the ACC Player of the Year award (1985) and captured an NCAA Division I National Championship in 1982. Ford was also the MVP of the 1985 North/South All-Star Game. Ford was a member of the Mount Washington Lacrosse Club, where he was a five-time All-Club selectee (1986-1990) and a three-time USCLA Club Player of the Year (1987, 1988, 1989). In 1990, he helped Mt. Washington win the USCLA Championship. Ford was a member of the professional team, Baltimore Thunder, which won the inaugural Eagle Pro Box title in 1987. A member of the championship U.S. Men’s National Team in 1990, Ford was voted Best Attackman and to the All-World Team. In 2006, Ford was inducted into the US Lacrosse Greater Baltimore Chapter Lacrosse Hall of Fame.

  • Bonnie Rosen
    2010

    Bonnie Rosen

    University of Virginia

    Bonnie Rosen

    University of Virginia

    Inducted as truly a great player, Rosen was a standout player at Harriton (Pa.) High School, earning four-time All-DelVal and All-Main Line team recognition, as well as All-America honorable mention (1987) and All-America (1988) status. As an All-American for Virginia, Rosen won the UVA Team Award (1992) and was team captain and the MVP in 1992. A two-sport athlete who played both field hockey and lacrosse at UVA, she helped lead the cavaliers to their first NCAA women's lacrosse championship in 1991. Rosen received honorable mention on the All-South Regional team and played in the North/South All-Star Game in 1992. She is a member of the ACC’s 50th Anniversary Women’s Lacrosse Team, selected in 2002. Rosen was a 13-year club player, winning the USWLA Tournament Championship with Philadelphia (1994) and New England (1998, 1999). Internationally, Rosen was a member of the U.S. Women’s National First Team (1992), the Elite Team from 1993 to 2005, Touring Out Team (1996, 2000) and the Touring In Team (1999, 2004). Rosen won gold as a member of Team USA at the 1997 and 2001 World Cup. She was awarded the Beth Allen Award in 1999. Rosen has been previously inducted into the US Lacrosse Connecticut Chapter Lacrosse Hall of Fame (2010), the US Lacrosse Philadelphia/Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter Lacrosse Hall of Fame (2008), the Harriton High School Hall of Fame (2000) and the Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame (2002). At the time of her induction in 2010, Rosen was serving as head coach at Temple University.