1987 Ted Howe

Ted Howe
Box player  -  1987

Ted played at every level in the St. Catharines, Ontario, lacrosse organization. 

His first National championship came with the 1950 junior Minto Cup team. He broke into senior lacrosse in 1951 with St. Catharines and played there for seven years. He was with Welland in 1958 and helped them to the Mann Cup finals, then was with Brantford before turning pro with Toronto in 1968.

After a two-year pro career, he returned to Brantford and led the Warriors to the Mann Cup champiomship in 1971. When the pro league reformed in 1974, he joined Rochester, the Nations Cup Champions.

Ted competed his career with Niagara Falls in 1975, ending a spectacular thirty-six years of playing lacrosse, twenty-five as a senior and professional.  His individual awards include: top scorer in the 1950 Minto Cup series, Ontario Lacrosse Association M. McKenzie (defensive player award) in 1957; the Ontario Lacrosse Association Senior "A" MVP award in 1966 and over 900 career points.