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James M. Webster

Hall of Fame


Inducted 1977


Johns Hopkins University

James (Mickey) Webster, Jr. was considered the outstanding lacrosse feeder of his era. After a required year on an undefeated Hopkins freshman team, he made first team All-American for three of his varsity years. Teamed with Billy Morrill as part of a renowned Hopkins attack duo, Webster's Blue Jay teams were national champions for two of his three varsity years. Oddly enough, the team was undefeated in collegiate competition in the year they were not named champions. Mickey starred at Boys' Latin School before entering Hopkins and continued his lacrosse prominence for eight more years after graduation with the Baltimore Lacrosse Club and the University Club. He was named to the Club All-Star team four of those years. Mickey Webster passed away in 2012.