Lawrence J. Quinn, a goaltender who graduated from Johns Hopkins
University in 1985, was inducted to the National Lacrosse Hall of
Fame as a truly great player. A high school All-American at Levittown
(N.Y.) Memorial, he twice won the Enners Award as the nation's top
player while leading Hopkins to national championships in 1984 and
'85. Both years he was the NCAA Tournament MVP, a First Team All-American
and the Kelly Award winner as the top goaltender in the nation.
He was the South captain in the 1985 North/South All-Star Game.
Quinn won world championships on the 1986, '90 and '94 U.S. National
Teams, earning All-World honors in 1986. He played 11 years in the
USCLA, leading his team to three titles and earning MVP honors twice.
His two-year MILL career included the championship in 1988, in which
he was named the title game's MVP. A member of the NCAA Silver Anniversary
Team and the All-Time Johns Hopkins Team, he was inducted to the
JHU Athletic Hall of Fame and the US Lacrosse Long Island Chapter
Hall of Fame in 1999.