The Charlottesville Chapter of USLacrosse inducted the following people into the Virginia Lacrosse Hall of Fame on October 29, 2005.

EDGAR M. BOYD
Edgar Boyd graduated from St. Paul‚??s School in Baltimore where he was captain of the lacrosse team. The school considers him to be one of the all-time best goalies at the school. He was also captain of the basketball team. He went on to Washington and Lee. At W & L he was an All-Dixie League selection from 1939 -1941. He was named to play in the first-ever North South All-Star game in June 1940. He also played in the game in 1941. As a midfielder, Edgar led the team to a share of the Dixie League title. He was captain of the 1940 team that won the Dixie League Championship. In 1941 he moved to goalie for his last year. W & L has inducted him into their Hall of Fame and also presented him with their Distinguished Alumni Award.

DOUGLAS H. COOPER
Doug Cooper came to the University of Virginia from Boys‚?? Latin School in Baltimore where he received the Matilda Woodward Award for dedication and the most assist award and was a member of the National Honor Society. At the University he played on the first midfield all four years including the 1972 NCAA National Championship team. He was an All American three of those years and he played in the North South All-Star game his senior year. Doug received the Henry Gaver Award for leadership in 1974. He was on the ACC Honor Roll three of his years at Virginia. He continued playing for the Pittsburg and Mt. Washington Lacrosse Clubs and coaching at Sewickley Academy, McDonogh School, and Chestnut Hill Academy. Officiating high school, college and club games and helping with clinics have continued his involvement in the sport. He was elected to the University of Virginia Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002 and was a member of the ACC 50th Anniversary Lacrosse Team.

DEBORAH ANNE EASTER
Debbie Easter played three years at St. Anne‚??s-Belfield before going to the University of Virginia. At Virginia she was first team All State for three years and a district All American for two years. She had 162 career points (6th overall) with 130 goals (3rd overall). Debbie was named to the 50th Anniversary ACC Lacrosse Team. She played for the US National Team in 1982.

GORDON JONES
Gordon Jones was First Team All American at the University of Virginia in 1952. The same year that he won the Turnbull Award as the Outstanding Collegiate Attackman. That year he had six goals and eight assists in a game against Williams and he scored four goals in the North South All-Star game. Gordon led Virginia in goals and points in 1951 and 1952 with 112 points. He came to The University after an outstanding high school career at St. Paul‚??s School in Baltimore.

MAGGIE MACINNIS
Maggie MacInnis graduated from St. Anne‚??s-Belfield School where she was the Most Valuable Player her senior year. She was on the Virginia All-State Team all four years she played for the University of Virginia. She was named the Most Valuable Player her last two years on the team and was Virginia‚??s first All American. Maggie was named to the ACC 50th Anniversary Lacrosse Team. She went on to play on the USA National Team 1981 through 1986. That included the World Cup in 1986, the Canadian National Lacrosse Championship in 1985, and the 1984 Olympics Exhibition. She played on the South Teams at the USWLA Nationals 1977 – 1985

RODDY MARINO
Roddy Marino came to the University of Virginia from Massapequa High School where he was named Outstanding Lacrosse Player in Nassau County. At Virginia he was All ACC all four years and All American his last three. He received the Turnbull Award as the Outstanding Collegiate Attackman in 1986. During his UVA career he scored 97 goals and a total of 164 points while being a captain two years. He was selected for the 50th Anniversary ACC Lacrosse Team. Roddy was named Attackman of the World in 1986 as part of the US Team at the World Cup. He was named on the All World Team in 1986 and 1990.. He captained the 1990 Us World Team. In club play he played for New York Athletic Club, Eagles Eye and Brine Lacrosse Clubs and was All Club 1988-1996. He has been inducted into the National US Lacrosse Hall of Fame, Long Island and New England Halls of Fame.

FRANCIS BOO SMITH
Boo Smith graduated from Gilman School in Baltimore. His senior year he was All MSA and they won the MSA title. He was on the 1972 NCAA National Championship team at the University of Virginia and he played in the North South All- Star game his senior year. The Schmeisser Award as the Outstanding Collegiate Defenseman was awarded to Boo in 1974. He continued to play for the Mt. Washington and Hartford Lacrosse Clubs. Boo was head coach at John Carroll School while they won 10 MSA championships from 1979 to 1996. MSA Coach of the Year in 1980 and Hartford County Lacrosse Man of the Year in 1983 are among the awards he received while at John Carroll. He is still coaching at Gilman School where he is Dean of Students.

LINDA C. SOUTHWORTH
Linda Southworth was on the first lacrosse team at Longwood College. She played there for four years and then went on to teach and coach at Huguenot High School. She became the Head Field Hockey and Lacrosse Coach at the University of Virginia in 1975, becoming the first woman‚??s lacrosse coach. While in Charlottesville she helped Linda Perriello start the Girl‚??s Middle School Lacrosse League. Linda then became the Director of Athletics at St. Catherine‚??s School and continued to coach field hockey and lacrosse. She started the Middle School lacrosse program at St. Catherine‚??s in 1989.

SOPHIE CARPENTER SPEIDEL
Sophie Carpenter Speidel played varsity lacrosse at the National Cathedral School for four years and she has been inducted into their Athletic Hall of Fame. She then came to the University of Virginia where she had 41 career assist which is tenth overall. Sophie was captain her last two years. Named Most Valuable Player and an All American (UVA‚??s second) her senior year, she played in the North South All-Star game. She was the first varsity coach at Western Albemarle High School in 1985. She coached Roland Park Country School in Baltimore to two straight runner-up in the AIS championship. Her playing career continued with the US. Team (1983- 1985), the USWLA National Tournament 1983-1986, and the Virginia and Baltimore Lacrosse Clubs. She was an assistant coach at Virginia and has continued to coach at St. Anne‚??s-Belfield School where she has received the Elizabeth Copeland Norfleet Teaching Award.