1996 Glen Lotton

Glen Lotton
Box player  - 1966

from Whitby, Ontario, played virtually all his major league career with the Brooklin Redmen of the Ontario Lacrosse Association, with short stints in Detroit, Peterborough, Maryland, and Brampton. 

The key ingredient he brought to the game was his incredible speed­ an important factor in his team's reaching the National finals on four occasions and the Mann Cup Championship in 1969. 

The Ontario Lacrosse Association¹s top scorer in 196', Shooter placed in the League¹s top ten scorers five times in his seventeen season career of major league lacrosse, picking up 841 points while spending only 87 minutes in the penalty, box for an average of less than one-half minute per game played­ a truly clean scoring machine. 

An outstanding individual on and off the arena floor, Glen continued to contribute to the youth of our nation by teaching at Henry St. High School in Whitby.