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Lacrosse legends Davis, Doyle, Moyer inducted into Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame’s Delaware County Chapter

Monday, 4th July 2022

Categories Boy's/Men's, College, Girl's/Women's, Posted 7/4/22
From Press Release

Three lacrosse legends were inducted into The Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame’s Delaware County Chapter at its 40th Induction Dinner at Springfield County Club on June 26.

Among the individuals inducted were lacrosse player Jill Davis; lacrosse coach Michele Doyle; and multi-sport athlete Brett Moyer.

Davis, an All-Delco and High School All-America at Ridley High, spent several seasons as girls lacrosse coach at her alma mater. She earned the National Scholar-Athlete Award while playing at La Salle University. She earned All-Atlantic 10 honors as a player and was Eastern Collegiate Athletic Association Scholar-Athlete of the Year. She was inducted into La Salle’s Hall of Fame in 2022.

Doyle, who played lacrosse at West Chester University, was a Penncrest High teacher and coach for more than 30 years, also serving as the school’s athletic director. She is former PIAA District 1 girls’ lacrosse chairperson. She is a member of United States Women’s Lacrosse Association Hall of Fame and the Eastern Pennsylvania Women’s Lacrosse Hall of Fame.

Moyer, who was an All-Delco football and lacrosse player at Ridley High, helped the Green Raiders to the 2001 Central League and state lacrosse titles and was an All-State and High School All-America selection in 2002, when Ridley lacrosse had a 23-0 record and earned its second consecutive state title. He was a three-time All-America in lacrosse at Hofstra University and played professionally for the Philadelphia Wings and Philadelphia Barrage.


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