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 Ronald Abercrombie Elected: 1958  Johns Hopkins University
Ronald Abercrombie was educated at the public schools in Baltimore and entered Johns Hopkins University in the fall of 1897 after graduating from the Baltimore City College. He earned his A.B. degree from Johns Hopkins in 1901 and his M.D. degree in 1905.

The first lacrosse game he ever played in was in 1896, between the Maryland Athletic Club and the Crescent Athletic Club. As a freshman at Hopkins in 1898, he played on the school's . . .
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 James F. Adams Elected: 1975  Johns Hopkins University
James "Ace" Adams began his lacrosse career by winning four varsity letters on St. Paul's championship teams from 1943-1946.

At Johns Hopkins University, he was named to the honorable mention All-America team in 1948, first team in 1949 and third team in 1950. He led the Blue Jays to national championship titles in 1947,1948, and 1950, and shared national titles with Navy in 1949. Adams represented Hopkins in the 1949 and 1950 North/South Collegiate All-Star games. . . .
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 Jen Adams Elected: 2012  University of Maryland
Jen Adams was inducted as a truly great player. She 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 . . .
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 Donald G. Albertson Elected: 1991  United States Naval Academy
Donald G. "Bruno" Albertson was a graceful and agile attackman at the United States Naval Academy. He earned first team All-American honors in 1924, 1925 and 1926, and third-team All-American honors in 1923. In 1926, Albertson had the honor of being selected captain of the Navy lacrosse team. While at the Naval Academy, Albertson also lettered in football in 1924 and 1925.

Admired by his fellow midshipmen, Albertson was chosen by his peers to be class . . .

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 Fred C. Alexander Elected: 1963  Harvard University
Fred Alexander attended Boys' High School in Brooklyn, New York, graduating in 1906. He then went to Harvard University, graduating cum laude in history and government in 1910, and was a Phi Beta Kappa. While in high school, Fred played both lacrosse and ice hockey where he won his letters in both sports, and was elected captain his senior year of both the lacrosse and hockey teams. Additionally, Fred was a baseball player, a member . . .
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 Virginia Allen Elected: 1994  Swarthmore College
A teacher and coach at Swarthmore High School in Philadelphia for more than 30 years, Virginia Ginger Allen's greatest contribution to lacrosse was not her record of wins, but her ability to inspire enthusiasm for the game among her students. Her Swarthmore teams compiled an unbeaten streak that lasted an incredible 29 years, from 1932-1961.

Eleven of her students became college All-Americans. Allen was an outstanding second home player for the Philadelphia Lacrosse Association for . . .

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 Helen Allen Elected: 2001  New York WLA

Helen Allen, a longtime official and club player, was inducted into the Hall of Fame as an outstanding player. She was also an outstanding coach and official, and has contributed noteworthy service to the game.

Allen played for the New York Women's Lacrosse Association for 35 years after graduating from Hunter College in 1941. She also served as the president of the NYWLA. During this time she played in the National Tournaments against Boston, Philadelphia, New . . .

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 Bruce Allison Elected: 2011  
R. Bruce Allison was 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 of the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association(USILA) and the USLCA, Allison is credited with developing and implementing the NCAA lacrosse playoff system (1971) . . .
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 Frederick A. Allner Elected: 1982  Princeton University
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Fred played lacrosse while at Gilman School, and in his senior year, he was chosen as first team All-Maryland (in 1942). He played in the Maryland Prep All-Star game for two years (1941 and 1942), and was also captain of Gilman's team that year.

After graduating from high school, Fred headed down a well travelled path- Gilman to Princeton. Interestingly enough, Fred's route was not that predictable. In 1943, he attended Princeton for his freshman year, . . .

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 Kelly Amonte Hiller Elected: 2012  University of Maryland
Kelly Amonte Hiller was 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 . . .
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 Gordon A. Armstrong Elected: 1969  Johns Hopkins University
A. Gordon Armstrong was born in Baltimore, Maryland on March 17, 1886. He first played lacrosse at Baltimore City College in 1903. Attending Johns Hopkins University, he played lacrosse for only one season, yet was selected for the Johns Hopkins All-Time Team. He was a member of the Hopkins Intercollegiate Championship Team of 1908 and was selected for the Olympics but could not make the trip. He was secretary of the Johns Hopkins Athletic Association . . .
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 Gaylord R. Auer Elected: 1968  Baltimore City College
Joining Bacharach Rasin Co. as a stock boy in 1919, he became sole owner of the company and from that time on he worked at the promotion of the game of lacrosse and in the improvement of its equipment. Interested in keeping down the cost of the game, he arranged in 1929 a partnership with a Canadian associate and for nearly forty years they produced most of the sticks in this country.

He is an . . .
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