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Scranton men’s lacrosse team dedicates locker room to the late William MacArthur

Saturday, 29th September 2012

Categories Uncategorized, Posted 9/29/12
From Press Release

The University of Scranton officially held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday to name its men’s lacrosse locker room in honor of the late William MacArthur, a former Delaware great and the first head coach in the history of the Royals’ men’s lacrosse program.

Ann MacGregor (right) cuts the ribbon officially naming the men’s lacrosse locker room at The University of Scranton in honor of her late father, William MacArthur. Mr. MacArthur was the first head coach in the program’s history. On hand for the presentation were Scranton Head Coach Doug Sage (left) and Director of Athletics Toby Lovecchio

On hand for the ribbon-cutting ceremony and to accept a replica of the plaque were Mr. MacArthur’s daughter, Ann MacGregor, her husband, Malcolm MacGregor, along with several men’s lacrosse alumni who played for Mr. MacArthur.

Mr. MacArthur coached the Royals in 1987 and 1988.


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