LAXMEDALS.COM ADDS 1977 NCAA LACROSSE DIVISION II CHAMPIONSHIP MEDAL TO VINTAGE MEDAL COLLECTION

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1977 NCAA Divison II Lacrosse Championship Medal – HOBART

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Laxmedals.com is pleased to announce the addition of a new lacrosse medal to it’s one-of-a-kind collection of vintage lacrosse medals: The 1977 NCAA Division II Championship Medal awarded to the Hobart Statesmen.

“I was so excited to see this really rare medal come available to add to our collection.” Says Mike Rogers, President of Laxmedals.com. “This medallion was presented to a member of the 1977 Division II Lacrosse National Champions, Hobart. These types of awards are most likely handed down to family members as a family inheritance so to have this medal added to our collection and to share it with the lacrosse community is very special. The 1977 Hobart team was as dominant as any in lacrosse history this medal was presented to a very special collection of lacrosse players. This medal is a beautiful medal very rare”

The 1977 NCAA Divison II Lacrosse Championship Medal. The 1977 Hobart lacrosse team captured the Division II National Championship, making it back-to-back championship seasons for Head Coach Jerry Schmidt and the Statesmen. It was the team’s fourth consecutive trip to the Division II title game. In the championship game on May 22, 1977, Hobart earned a 23-13 victory over Washington College. The Statesmen’s leading scorer, Roy McAdam ’80, established a tournament record with 21 points over four games. The 1977 Hobart team outscored its opponents with an astonishing mark of 351-112.

Laxmedals.com was created in 2011 with a simple goal; of becoming the leading provider of the finest and most original lacrosse awards. Laxmedals has since proven itself an innovator in the custom design and manufacture of lacrosse recognition awards including lacrosse medals, lacrosse plaques, lacrosse coins, lacrosse referee coins, and lacrosse trophies. While building a first-class reputation in lacrosse award design, Laxmedals.com was called upon to design custom award medals for other sports including soccer medals, football medals, baseball medals, swimming medals, and volleyball medals. Laxmedals also provides services for corporate and business recognition awards. We proudly support our armed services by designing custom challenge coins and military style dogtags for veteran organizations and fund raising events.

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1928 BALTIMORE CITY LACROSSE CHAMPIONSHIP LACROSSE MEDAL

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Presented to Douglas Stone in recognition of the 1928 Friend’s School Varsity Boy’s Lacrosse Baltimore City Athletic League championship. Born in Baltimore, Maryland on March 29, 1911, Douglas attended Johns Hopkins and was a member of the 1932 Hopkins Lacrosse team, which participated in the Olympic Games lacrosse exhibition in Los Angeles. Reverse engraved “City Championship 1928” and then the initials “D.H.S.” by his hand. Manufacturer was the Robbins Company, Attleboro, Mass. Color gold with blue drape ribbon. Measures 1.75 x 1 inches.