Feb. 28, 2013
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Jay Stalfort, who spent eight seasons as an assistant coach for the Ohio State men’s lacrosse team and was a standout at Brown University, will be inducted into the Virginia Lacrosse Hall of Fame, the Charlottesville Chapter of US Lacrosse announced. Stalfort and the class of 2013 will be inducted Saturday, March 16 at St. Anne’s in Charlottesville.
The 2013 Ohio State lacrosse squad will also be in Charlottesville that day, as the No. 13/16 ranked Buckeyes will take on the No. 6-ranked Virginia Cavaliers at 3 p.m.
Ticket information and an RSVP form are available HERE. The reception begins at 6 p.m.
Stalfort was with the Buckeyes from 1998 through 2005 and a member of the coaching staff on the Buckeyes’ first two NCAA tournament squads (2003, 04) as well as Great Western Lacrosse League championship teams in 1999, 2003 and 2004. He coached at Brown for two seasons and then spent 1996 at Denison University in Ohio before joining the Buckeye program.
Stalfort played collegiately at Brown, serving as team captain for the 1994 squad and earning All-America honors as a goalie twice. He was part of two Ivy League championship teams and a squad that reached the NCAA semifinals. In 1992, he played on the Team USA squad that won the Under 19 World Championship and was voted the tournament’s most valuable goalie.
Stalfort currently works in insurance in the Charlottesville area where he lives with his wife, Teller, and their children.
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