Ensign C. Markland Kelly Jr. Award

The Ensign C. Markland Kelly Jr. Award is presented annually by the USILA to the top college goaltender in NCAA Divisions I, II, and III.[1] Johns Hopkins has won the most awards, with 14. Starting in 1990, the award has also been presented to the top women's goaltender in NCAA Divisions I, II & III. The top high-school player in Maryland lacrosse is also given an award in his honor. His name is also on various dedications throughout Baltimore. The Gilman School's weight training facility is named after him, as is the McDonogh School's football field.

The award is named for Charles Markland Kelly Jr., a native of Baltimore who was a standout goalie for the University of Maryland lacrosse team until October 1940. At that time, with World War II imminent, he left school to become a pilot in the US Navy. In August, 1941, he received his wings and was commissioned an ensign. He was assigned to duty as a fighter pilot with Fighter Squadron 8 (VF-8) on board the USS Hornet (CV-8). Flying a Grumman F4F Wildcat on an escort mission for the carrier's bombers at the Battle of Midway, he failed to return from the initial strike, and was reported missing in action on June 4, 1942.

In memory of his son, Mr. Kelly Sr. established the Ensign C. Markland Kelly Jr. Memorial Foundation. The foundation provided the initial funding for the U.S. Lacrosse Hall of Fame, and presents annual awards for outstanding high-school and college lacrosse players. The foundation has also provided grants for schools, colleges, youth programs and other civic and cultural institutions, as well as funding for American Legion posts, one of which has been named in his honor.[2] [3]

Men's Award Winners

1949Dick SethNavy
1950Bill ClementsWashington & Lee
1951Joe SollersJohns Hopkins
1952Bill LarshMaryland
1953Bill RussellWashington College
1954Jack JonesNavy
1955Jim KapplerMaryland
1956Jim KapplerMaryland
1957Jim KapplerMaryland
1958Jimmy LewisWashington & Lee
1959Ed NippardBaltimore City College
1960Ed NippardBaltimore City College
1961Jimmy GreenwoodJohns Hopkins
1962John BeckJohns Hopkins
1963Dennis WedekindNavy
1964Jack SchofieldMaryland
1965Dennis WedekindNavy
1966Dick AlterBrown
1967Butch HilliardCornell
1968Mac OgilvieNavy
1968Butch HilliardCornell
1969Pete KramerNorth Carolina
1970Len SupkoNavy
1971Bob RuleCornell
1972Les MatthewsJohns Hopkins
1973Les MatthewsJohns Hopkins
1974Skeet ChadwickWashington & Lee
1975Rodney RullmanVirginia
1976Daniel R. MackeseyCornell
1977Daniel R. MackeseyCornell
1978Mike FedericoJohns Hopkins
1979Mike FedericoJohns Hopkins
1980Bob ClementsWashington & Lee
1981Tom SearsNorth Carolina
1982Tom SearsNorth Carolina
1983George SlabowskiArmy
1984Larry QuinnJohns Hopkins
1985Larry QuinnJohns Hopkins
1986Peter SheehanVirginia
1987Jim BeardmoreMaryland
1988Quint KessenichJohns Hopkins
1989Quint KessenichJohns Hopkins
1990Tony GuidoYale
1991Andy PiazzaNorth Carolina
1992Scott BacigalupoPrinceton
1993Scott BacigalupoPrinceton
1994Scott BacigalupoPrinceton
1995Brian DoughertyMaryland
1996Brian DoughertyMaryland
1997Greg CattranoBrown
1998Brian CarcaterraJohns Hopkins
1999Mickey JarboeNavy
2000Mickey JarboeNavy
2001Trevor TierneyPrinceton
2002Nick MurthaJohns Hopkins
2003Tillman JohnsonVirginia
2004Matt RussellNavy
2005Aaron FentonDuke
2006Alex HewitPrinceton
2007Matt McMonagleCornell
2008Joey KempNotre Dame
2009Jordan BurkeBrown
2010John GallowaySyracuse
2011John GallowaySyracuse
2012John KempNotre Dame
2013Austin KautPenn State
2014Niko AmatoMaryland
2015Kyle BernlohrMaryland
2016Jack KellyBrown
2017Ben PughRichmond
2018JD ColarussoAlbany
2019Sean ScononeUMass

By University

RankSchoolNumber of AwardsWinning Years
1Johns Hopkins University
1951, 1961, 1962, 1972,
1973, 1978, 1979,
1984, 1985, 1988, 1989,
1998, 2002
2University of Maryland
1952, 1955, 1965, 1957,
1964, 1987, 1995, 1996,
2014, 2015
3United States Naval Academy
1949, 1954, 1963, 1965,
1968, 1970, 1999, 2000,
T-4Cornell University
1967, 1968, 1971, 1976,
T-4Princeton University
1992, 1993, 1994, 2001,
T-6Washington and Lee University
1950, 1958, 1974, 1980
T-6University of North Carolina
1969, 1981, 1982, 1991
T-6Brown University
1966, 1997, 2009, 2016
9University of Virginia
1975, 1986, 2003
T-10Baltimore City College
1959, 1960
T-10University of Notre Dame
2008, 2012
Multiple winners tied with 1

Women's Award Winners

1990Sue HeetherLoyola College in Maryland
1991Sarah LearyHarvard University
1992Sarah LearyHarvard University
1993Mandy StevensonUniversity of Maryland
1994Erin O'NeillPrinceton University
1995Erin O'NeillPrinceton University
1996Michelle CusimanoUniversity of Virginia
1997Lisa DixonCollege of William and Mary
1998Chris LindseyGeorgetown University
1999Alex KahoeUniversity of Maryland
2000Alex KahoeUniversity of Maryland
2001Bowen HoldenGeorgetown University
2002Tricia DabrowskiLoyola College in Maryland
2003Alexis VenechanosUniversity of Maryland
2004Elizabeth TortorelliPenn State University
2005Anne SheridanBoston University
2006Maggie KochGeorgetown University
2007Sarah WaxmanUniversity of Pennsylvania
2008Sarah WaxmanUniversity of Pennsylvania
2009Logan RipleyUniversity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
2010Liz HoganSyracuse University

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