Melvin R. Greene
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Ray Greene began his career at St. Paul's where he was three time first team All-Maryland from 1940-1942 on three MSA Championship teams. He was also first team All-Maryland football in 1942. He received the Best Athlete Award 1941-1942, the 12 varsity letter award in 1942, and was president the student body in 1942.
In 1943 Ray was selected first team All-American at Drexel University as a freshman and played for the North in the annual All-Star Game. His college career was interrupted by a two-year tour as a Lt. Commander in the Navy. While based in the Pacific, he was awarded two Bronze stars.
After the war Ray returned to college at Johns Hopkins University where he was second team All-American, first team All-Maryland, and an All-Star on the South Team in 1947. In 1948 he again made first team All-American, first team All-Maryland, the South All-Star Team and was selected to Hopkins' All-Time Lacrosse Team. Both the 1947 and 1948 Hopkins' teams were national champions.
From 1949-1951, Ray played for the National Open Champions Mt. Washington Lacrosse Club and was selected by Kid Norris to his All-Time Mt. Washington Team. During this time he also coached lacrosse at St. Paul's School. Ray Greene passed away in 1987.