FORMER GENERAL SET FOR INDUCTION TO BALTIMORE LAX HALL
BALTIMORE, Md. -- Former Washington and Lee men's lacrosse
player Jim McDonald '50 has been tabbed for induction into the Greater
Baltimore Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
McDonald was a mainstain on the early varsity W&L lacrosse
teams. A midfielder, he played in the North-South All-Star lacrosse game
following the 1949 season and was an Honorable Mention All-American following
the 1950 season.
Following his playing career at W&L, McDonald spent
many years coaching the sport of lacrosse in the Baltimore area, one of
the many criteria's for selection to the hall.
McDonald joins numerous other Generals who have been inducted
to the Greater Baltimore Hall of Fame. Others include Sam Englehart '73,
Tom Keigler '77, Ted Bauer '74 and Skip Lichtfuss '74.
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