Eamon McEneaney To Be Honored With 2012 Tewaaraton Legends Award



WASHINGTON, D.C. The Tewaaraton Foundation has named former Cornell University lacrosse star and National Lacrosse Hall of Famer Eamon McEneaney as the recipient of the second annual Tewaaraton Legends Award. A three-time All-American lacrosse player at Cornell (1975-77), McEneaney led the Big Red to consecutive undefeated seasons and NCAA Division I titles in 1976 and 1977. As a sophomore in 1975, he earned the Turnbull Award as the nation’s best attackman and was named the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) Player of the Year. Read More…

Remembering Eamon McEneaney

Eamon McEneaney


You should know who Eamon McEneaney is by now. And it’s not because you’re on a lacrosse site or because you are a fan of lacrosse. Eamon McEneaney was way more than the athlete he is remembered as. Forget about Eamon being a three-time All-American at Cornell and a two-time National Champion in ’76 and ’77. The 150lb attackman was larger than life in every way. Sadly, Eamon, a VP for Cantor Fitzgerald, died on September 11, 2001. This video, undoubtedly, shows only a fraction of Eamon’s life. Capture who the man was and the legacy he left behind. Read More…

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Eamon McEneaney Memorial Golf Outing Scheduled For Sept. 10



ITHACA, N.Y.– Fans of the Cornell men’s lacrosse program are invited to join in with the lacrosse alumni, family, and friends at the 11th annual Eamon McEneaney Memorial Golf Outing at Robert Trent Jones Golf Course at Cornell University. The outing will serve as the main event of the Big Red’s Alumni, Family and Friends weekend, September 9-10. Golfing and sponsorship opportunities are still available for the event. Read More…