Total results found: 8
 Cherie Greer Brown Elected: 2009  University of Virginia
Greer, an All-American, was the NCAA Division I Defensive Player of the Year (1994) and had her jersey retired at the University of Virginia. During her career, the Cavaliers won two NCAA championships (1991, 1993).

Greer was a 14-year club player and received the Beth Allen award at the US Lacrosse Women’s Division National Tournament (2000). She was a member of the 1993, 1997, 2001 and 2005 U.S. Women’s World Cup teams, winning three world . . .
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 Jeffrey J. Long Elected: 2009  United States Naval Academy
Long played high school lacrosse at Irondequoit (Rochester, N.Y.) where he was a two-time All-American and four-time All-League. At the Naval Academy Long was a three-time All-American (1975, 1976, 1977), and is the school’s career leader in total points (233) and assists (149). He set the school’s single-season assists record with 53 in 1977.

Long was an attackman for the 1978 and 1986 U.S. Men’s National Teams, winning a world championship in 1986. He also served . . .
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 Jen Miller O'Donnell Elected: 2009  West Chester University
Jen enters the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame as one of the most respected umpires in the country. Having received her first rating in 1983, she has moved up through the ranks quickly, attaining the highest rating available – international- in 1994.

In addition to working post-season tournaments for the ACC, CAA, Atlantic 10, Patriot League, Big East & ALC conferences, Jen has worked the NCAA Division I Final Four games for the past 19 . . .
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 Jess Wilk Strosberg Elected: 2009  University of Maryland
Wilk played at the Ellis School (PA) and was a third team All-American goalie at Maryland. At Maryland, she was a member of the NCAA Division I National Championship Team (1986) and served as team captain in 1990.

Wilk went on to a standout career with the U.S. National Team, playing on the 1993, 1997, 2001 and 2005 World Cup teams, serving as a team captain in 1997, 2001 & 2005. Wilk won three . . .
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 Kevin Lowe Elected: 2009  Princeton University
An All-American high school lacrosse player from Mineola, N.Y., Lowe captured spots in the National High School North/South All-Star Game (1990), Nassau County All-Star Game (1990) and Empire State Games (1989).

At Princeton, Lowe was an All-American (1992-94) and team captain (1993-94). He holds the school’s records for career points (247), career assists (174) and assists in a game (9). In 1994, Lowe received the USILA Turnbull Award (Attackman-of-the-Year). In his tenure, Princeton won two . . .
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 Mark Millon Elected: 2009  Massachusetts
Millon was a two-time first team All-American and the New England Player of the Year in 1993. He was voted the MVP of the North/South game after his senior year.

Professionally Millon received numerous honors playing both the NLL and MLL. In the MLL he was voted the league Co-MVP in 2005 and the league Offensive Player of the Year in 2002 and 2003. In 2002 he led the Baltimore Bayhawks to the MLL Championship . . .
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 Patricia Price Genovese Elected: 2009  
Genovese has had a prolific career as coach at William Smith since 1972. She boasts a 362-133-1 career record with 16 NCAA Division III Tournament appearances and has tutored over 90 All Americans through the 2009 season.

She was the first collegiate coach, male or female, to secure 350 wins and her 362 career wins ranks second in NCAA history among women’s lacrosse coaches. Genovese is three-time Division III Coach of the Year, three-time Regional . . .
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 Todd Curry Elected: 2009  Syracuse University
Curry was a three-year player for West Genesee (Syracuse, N.Y.), three-time New York State lacrosse champions, two-time All-League (1982, 1983) and honored as high school All-American (1983). He was the 1983 MVP in the high school North/South game.

A four year starter at Syracuse, he was a three-time All American, first team (1986, 1987) and second team (1985), and was the USILA MacLaughlin Award Winner (Midfielder-of-the-Year, 1987). Curry was also a midfielder for the . . .
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