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Peter Cramblet began his lacrosse career at Huntington High School on Long Island in 1963. His team won the Long Island Championship in 1965 and Suffolk County Championship in 1966. Cramblet was selected as a first team All-County for the attack position in 1966. Cramblet attended the United States Military Academy in 1967 where he was required to play on the freshman lacrosse team. In 1968, Cramblet's first year of varsity play for Army, he earned first team All-American honors as an attackman. Cramblet received first team All-American honors again in 1969 and 1970, and was a member of Army's 1969 national championship team. He represented Army in the 1970 North/South Collegiate All-Star game.
In 1970, Cramblet was the recipient of the Turnbull Trophy as the nation's outstanding attackman and the coveted Enners Award as the outstanding collegiate lacrosse player in the country. Cramblet continued his post-collegiate lacrosse career for 20 years, playing for the Mt. Washington, Monterey, Potomac, Duwamish, and Redhook (Seattle) Lacrosse Clubs. After an Army career, Colonel Cramblet retired from active service in 1999 and began coaching youth and high school lacrosse.