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Episcopal Academy grad Brian Dougherty, known as ‘Doc,’ to be inducted into Maryland Hall of Fame

Friday, 3rd October 2008

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By Chris Goldberg, Posted 10/3/08

Philadelphia Barrage goalie and Haverford College assistant coach Brian Dougherty (Episcopal Academy) will be inducted into the University of Maryland Hall of Fame on Friday, Oct. 24.

Dougherty, a three-time Warrior Goalie of the Year in Major League Lacrosse (MLL), is a 1996 Maryland graduate who was named the NCAA Goalie of the Year twice.

Dougherty, affectionately known as “Doc,” was a two-time First-Team All-American and was also named the nation’s outstanding tournament player when he led the Terps to the finals in 1995.

Dougherty was voted Outstanding Player in the North-South game and was named to the Atlantic Coast Conference 50th Anniversary team.

Dougherty played two seasons for Rochester in the MLL and then came to Philadelphia to play for the Barrage. He led the Barrage to the MLL title both n 2006 and 2007, garnering save percentages of 62.7 and 58.0, respectively. He also played briefly in the National Lacrosse League for Baltimore in 1998.

Dougherty also played for Team Toyota and was a member of the U.S. team in the world games. As a coach, “Doc” served as an assistant for his alma mater, McDonough School in Baltimore, as well as Penn, prior to coming to Haverford with current coach Mike Murphy.

The rest of the 2008 Maryland inductees include Kelly Amonte-Hiller (lacrosse, soccer), Keith Booth (basketball), Kim Chorosiewski (lacrosse, field hockey), David Diehl (M Club Executive), Darryl Hill (football) and the Hon. Thomas V. “Mike” Miller (meritorious service).

The induction dinner will take place at the University of Maryland Inn and Conference Center. To order tickets, please call the M Club office at 301-314-7020 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              301-314-7020      end_of_the_skype_highlighting.



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