NJCAA Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association to Induct 10 into Hall of Fame
May 05, 2015 | by Jacquie Lucy | 443.840.4668 (office) | 443.761.2482 (cell)CCBC Essex Sports Information contact: Rocco Geppi
Rosedale, MD – The National Junior College Athletic Association Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association will induct 10 new members into its ninth Hall of Fame class on Friday, May 8, as part of the NJCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship weekend, hosted by the Community College of Baltimore County, Essex.
Steve Dauses (Baltimore Junior College, now Baltimore City Community College), Kip Fulks (CCBC Essex), Brian Kelly (CCBC Essex), Mark Mangan (CCBC Catonsville), Maury LaPointe (Anne Arundel Community College), Tim Puls (CCBC Essex), John Ciliberto (CCBC Essex), Justin Berdeguez (CCBC Essex), Kyle Hartzell (CCBC Essex) and Zach Thornton (CCBC Essex) will be enshrined during the NJCAA tournament banquet at the Hilton Garden Inn, located at 5015 Campbell Boulevard in White Marsh, Md.
"The quality of this class is a testament to what a huge contribution the NJCAA has been making to the lacrosse world for years,” said Bob Leary, Chair of the NJCAA Mens Lacrosse Hall of Fame Selection Committee. “That the class produced such a talented, well rounded, diverse group speaks volumes."
To learn more about this year’s inductees, visit http://bit.ly/2015mlaxhof to read their biographies.
For more NJCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship tournament information visit bit.ly/njcaamlaxchamp or contact Rocco Geppi at email@example.com.
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