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Ensign C. Markland Kelly, Jr. Award - Outstanding Goalie

YearPlayerSchool
2018 ◘ JD Colarusso ◘ Albany
2017 ◘ Ben Pugh ◘ Richmond
2016 ◘ Jack Kelly ◘ Brown
2015 ◘ Kyle Bernlohr ◘ Maryland
2014 ◘ Niko Amato ◘ Maryland
2013 ◘ Austin Kaut ◘ Pennsylvania State University
2012 ◘ John Kemp ◘ Notre Dame
2011 ◘ John Galloway ◘ Syracuse
2010 ◘ John Galloway ◘ Syracuse
2009 ◘ Jordan Burke ◘ Brown
2008 ◘ Joey Kemp ◘ Notre Dame
2007 ◘ Matt McMonagle ◘ Cornell
2006 ◘ Alex Hewit ◘ Princeton
2005 ◘ Aaron Fenton ◘ Duke
2004 ◘ Matt Russell ◘ Navy
2003 ◘ Tillman Johnson ◘ Virginia
2002 ◘ Nick Murtha ◘ Johns Hopkins
2001 ◘ Trevor Tierney ◘ Princeton
2000 ◘ Mickey Jarboe ◘ Navy
1999 ◘ Mickey Jarboe ◘ Navy
1998 ◘ Brian Carcaterra ◘ Johns Hopkins
1997 ◘ Greg Cattrano ◘ Brown
1996 ◘ Brian Dougherty ◘ Maryland
1995 ◘ Brian Dougherty ◘ Maryland
1994 ◘ Scott Bacigalupo ◘ Princeton
1993 ◘ Scott Bacigalupo ◘ Princeton
1992 ◘ Scott Bacigalupo ◘ Princeton
1991 ◘ Andy Piazza ◘ North Carolina
1990 ◘ Tony Guido ◘ Yale
1989 ◘ Quint Kessenich ◘ Johns Hopkins
1988 ◘ Quint Kessenich ◘ Johns Hopkins
1987 ◘ Jim Beardmore ◘ Maryland
1986 ◘ Peter Sheehan ◘ Virginia
1985 ◘ Larry Quinn ◘ Johns Hopkins
1984 ◘ Larry Quinn ◘ Johns Hopkins
1983 ◘ George Slabowski ◘ Army
1982 ◘ Tom Sears ◘ North Carolina
1981 ◘ Tom Sears ◘ North Carolina
1980 ◘ Bob Clements ◘ Washington & Lee
1979 ◘ Mike Federico ◘ Johns Hopkins
1978 ◘ Mike Federico ◘ Johns Hopkins
1977 ◘ Daniel R. Mackesey ◘ Cornell
1976 ◘ Daniel R. Mackesey ◘ Cornell
1975 ◘ Rodney Rullman ◘ Virginia
1974 ◘ Skeet Chadwick ◘ Washington & Lee
1973 ◘ Les Matthews ◘ Johns Hopkins
1972 ◘ Les Matthews ◘ Johns Hopkins
1971 ◘ Bob Rule ◘ Cornell
1970 ◘ Len Supko ◘ Navy
1969 ◘ Pete Kramer ◘ North Carolina
1968 ◘ Mac Ogilvie ◘ Navy
1968 ◘ Butch Hilliard ◘ Cornell
1967 ◘ Butch Hilliard ◘ Cornell
1966 ◘ Dick Alter ◘ Brown
1965 ◘ Dennis Wedekind ◘ Navy
1964 ◘ Jack Schofield ◘ Maryland
1963 ◘ Dennis Wedekind ◘ Navy
1962 ◘ John Beck ◘ Johns Hopkins
1961 ◘ Jimmy Greenwood ◘ Johns Hopkins
1960 ◘ Ed Nippard ◘ Baltimore City College
1959 ◘ Ed Nippard ◘ Baltimore City College
1958 ◘ Jimmy Lewis ◘ Washington & Lee
1957 ◘ Jim Kappler ◘ Maryland
1956 ◘ Jim Kappler ◘ Maryland
1955 ◘ Jim Kappler ◘ Maryland
1954 ◘ Jack Jones ◘ Navy
1953 ◘ Bill Russell ◘ Washington College
1952 ◘ Bill Larsh ◘ Maryland
1951 ◘ Joe Sollers ◘ Johns Hopkins
1950 ◘ Bill Clements ◘ Washington & Lee
1949 ◘ Dick Seth ◘ Navy

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Re: Ensign C. Markland Kelly, Jr. Award

Post by 51percentcorn » Mon Sep 17, 2018 9:49 am

Interesting that Mike Federico's Hopkins record book achievements and his National HOF Bio reflect he was a 3 time winner but the Kelly award in 1980 listed above was Bob Clements? Were there joint winners that year?

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Post by MDlaxfan76 » Sun Oct 28, 2018 12:01 am

Clem and Piggy split 1st Team AA in 1980, our senior year.
Bobby had a truly amazing year; Michael was the best tender of our college years and was also outstanding that season, but, as I recall, Bobby did have the superior season, with a defense that we wouldn't suggest was the equal of Hopkins. It was very unusual to split 1st Team honors, but understandable.

I have no idea who won the Kelly, but wouldn't be surprised if they gave it to Bobby given the season he had, his best.

We were HS class of '76 goalie rivals, Clem at St. Paul's, Piggy at BL, and me at Gilman. We had a lot of fun on and off the field over the years.

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MDlaxfan76 wrote:
Sun Oct 28, 2018 12:01 am
Clem and Piggy split 1st Team AA in 1980, our senior year.
Bobby had a truly amazing year; Michael was the best tender of our college years and was also outstanding that season, but, as I recall, Bobby did have the superior season, with a defense that we wouldn't suggest was the equal of Hopkins. It was very unusual to split 1st Team honors, but understandable.

I have no idea who won the Kelly, but wouldn't be surprised if they gave it to Bobby given the season he had, his best.

We were HS class of '76 goalie rivals, Clem at St. Paul's, Piggy at BL, and me at Gilman. We had a lot of fun on and off the field over the years.
Clem won the Ensign C. Markland Kelly award in 1980. He was a great Generals goalie and all around good guy to boot.

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1980 ◘ Bob Clements ◘ Washington & Lee

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1980 ◘ Bob Clements ◘ Washington & Lee
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Re: Ensign C. Markland Kelly, Jr. Award

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valaxfan wrote:
Tue Jan 29, 2019 6:35 am
MDlaxfan76 wrote:
Sun Oct 28, 2018 12:01 am
Clem and Piggy split 1st Team AA in 1980, our senior year.
Bobby had a truly amazing year; Michael was the best tender of our college years and was also outstanding that season, but, as I recall, Bobby did have the superior season, with a defense that we wouldn't suggest was the equal of Hopkins. It was very unusual to split 1st Team honors, but understandable.

I have no idea who won the Kelly, but wouldn't be surprised if they gave it to Bobby given the season he had, his best.

We were HS class of '76 goalie rivals, Clem at St. Paul's, Piggy at BL, and me at Gilman. We had a lot of fun on and off the field over the years.
Clem won the Ensign C. Markland Kelly award in 1980. He was a great Generals goalie and all around good guy to boot.

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Agreed; and I'd add Michael's a very good guy too!
Great rivals.

It's indeed pretty surprising that the Hall of Fame and Hopkins would get the Kelly aspect wrong, if indeed not split. I recall this being a bit of quandary for the AA selection committee led by Bob Merrick, given that both these guys were so outstanding. But Bobby did have the superior season in 1980, while Michael's team won the National Championship with Michael's play vs the UVA tender's arguably being the difference in double OT. My former Gilman teammate for our championship season, Jeff Harris, scored the winning goal fed by Jim Bidne.

It would have made sense to give the Kelly to Clem, taking nothing away from Federico's great career.

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admin wrote:
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Post by valaxfan » Wed Feb 06, 2019 7:58 am

I would not be a great Generals fan if I did not mention my good buddy, Sterling "Skeet" Chadwick, the other Ensign C. Markland Kelly, Jr. Award winner that I knew, not to mention Mr. Clements back in 1950, the original Clem. But, I was lucky enough to follow Skeet and his teammates in the glory years of 1973 and 1974, when lacrosse was magic in Lexington. I will never forget the UVA game in 74 at Scott Stadium, over 10,000 fans came to see the game, many of them from Lexington, probably the whole town, and to see Skeet outduel Rodney Rullman on the great sunny day. In my office, I have the picture of Jack "Duds" Dudley, scoring against Rullman, and my favorite attackmen, Dave Warfield in the background. Loved those days. Even when W&L should have been the Number 2 seed in 74 and had to go to Homewood against Jack and Hops, and lost by 1, that game should have been in Lexington, still feel robbed by the selection committee. There would have been 12,000 folks to see that game in Lexington atleast. Coach McHenry had already made plans to have bleachers installed to handle the crowds. Wilson Field seated 7,500 at the time, my dad would have been involved in the installation. We were all excited only to find out we were seeded number 3.

Anyway, back to great Generals goalies, Clem and Skeet, and he didn't win the award but Charlie Brown another great goalie when we were D1.

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valaxfan wrote:
Wed Feb 06, 2019 7:58 am
I would not be a great Generals fan if I did not mention my good buddy, Sterling "Skeet" Chadwick, the other Ensign C. Markland Kelly, Jr. Award winner that I knew, not to mention Mr. Clements back in 1950, the original Clem. But, I was lucky enough to follow Skeet and his teammates in the glory years of 1973 and 1974, when lacrosse was magic in Lexington. I will never forget the UVA game in 74 at Scott Stadium, over 10,000 fans came to see the game, many of them from Lexington, probably the whole town, and to see Skeet outduel Rodney Rullman on the great sunny day. In my office, I have the picture of Jack "Duds" Dudley, scoring against Rullman, and my favorite attackmen, Dave Warfield in the background. Loved those days. Even when W&L should have been the Number 2 seed in 74 and had to go to Homewood against Jack and Hops, and lost by 1, that game should have been in Lexington, still feel robbed by the selection committee. There would have been 12,000 folks to see that game in Lexington atleast. Coach McHenry had already made plans to have bleachers installed to handle the crowds. Wilson Field seated 7,500 at the time, my dad would have been involved in the installation. We were all excited only to find out we were seeded number 3.

Anyway, back to great Generals goalies, Clem and Skeet, and he didn't win the award but Charlie Brown another great goalie when we were D1.

valaxfan
There were also plans to cut the grass and brush on the steps that led up the hill on the western endzone area of Wilson Field, to allow for folks to sit on the grass and watch the game. W&L would have done everything possible to make that game happen in Lexington back then.

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Post by valaxfan » Tue Feb 12, 2019 9:42 pm

MDlaxfan76 wrote:
Mon Feb 04, 2019 1:53 pm
valaxfan wrote:
Tue Jan 29, 2019 6:35 am
MDlaxfan76 wrote:
Sun Oct 28, 2018 12:01 am
Clem and Piggy split 1st Team AA in 1980, our senior year.
Bobby had a truly amazing year; Michael was the best tender of our college years and was also outstanding that season, but, as I recall, Bobby did have the superior season, with a defense that we wouldn't suggest was the equal of Hopkins. It was very unusual to split 1st Team honors, but understandable.

I have no idea who won the Kelly, but wouldn't be surprised if they gave it to Bobby given the season he had, his best.

We were HS class of '76 goalie rivals, Clem at St. Paul's, Piggy at BL, and me at Gilman. We had a lot of fun on and off the field over the years.
Clem won the Ensign C. Markland Kelly award in 1980. He was a great Generals goalie and all around good guy to boot.

valaxfan
Agreed; and I'd add Michael's a very good guy too!
Great rivals.

It's indeed pretty surprising that the Hall of Fame and Hopkins would get the Kelly aspect wrong, if indeed not split. I recall this being a bit of quandary for the AA selection committee led by Bob Merrick, given that both these guys were so outstanding. But Bobby did have the superior season in 1980, while Michael's team won the National Championship with Michael's play vs the UVA tender's arguably being the difference in double OT. My former Gilman teammate for our championship season, Jeff Harris, scored the winning goal fed by Jim Bidne.

It would have made sense to give the Kelly to Clem, taking nothing away from Federico's great career.
If Clem's team was close to contending for the NT that year, I'm sure he would gladly given it up. I know Skeet Chadwick and the great Gennies 74 team would have. Michael was a great goalie too and has the NC to show for it. 3 great goalies and people to boot and all MD products.

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