J.H. Lee Chambers
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Chambers was one of the Naval Academy's greatest lacrosse players. In his first year at Navy, he was selected as a first team All-American. In his sophomore year, he was a second team All-American, only to return in his junior and senior years to be selected as a first team All-American. In 1949, he won both the Jack Turnbull Trophy and the U.S. Naval Academy Association Trophy for the outstanding athlete in his class.
After graduation, he served for one year as an assistant coach at the Naval Academy. In addition to his lacrosse talents, Lee Chambers was responsible for the interior of the original Lacrosse Hall of Fame in the Newton H. White Athletic Center on the campus of Johns Hopkins University. Lee Chambers passed away in 1993.