Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 11/30/14
Deb Andress, who died earlier this month after a lengthy fight with brain cancer, will be one of 11 Philly legends to be inducted with the 2015 Class of the Eastern PA Chapter of the US Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
The 11 will be formally inducted in a ceremony by the Philadelphia Lacrosse Association at the Whitemarsh Valley Country Club on Saturday Feb. 7th at 5pm.
Andress will be posthumously inducted as a truly great Player, Coach and Contributor.
She died on Tuesday, Nov. 4, at her Doylestown home. She was 56 years old.
Deb Andress was a graduate of Penn State University and spent the past 30 years teaching and coaching at Penn State Abington. She was actively involved in the Philadelphia lacrosse community. A former team USA member, she brought her passion for the game to all levels including coaching youth, club and college teams.
She founded the popular Lady Bulldogs Youth Lacrosse program in Doylestown, and over the past 15 years, taught thousands of girls to love the game through camps and clinics and youth programs.
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