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Roy Condon

Hall of Fame


Inducted 2020


University of Massachusetts

Inducted as a truly great official, Condon began serving the sport in 1971 and officiated at all levels of the men’s game from high school to the international stage. He officiated in four NCAA Division I championship games, six Division I semifinal games, and three NCAA Division III championship games. On the professional level, Condon served as a National Lacrosse League (NLL) official from 1989 to 2011, and a Major League Lacrosse (MLL) official from 2000 to 2015. He officiated eight MLL semifinal games and four MLL championship games. Condon also served as an official at the 1990 World Championships in Perth, Australia.

In addition to his on-field duties, Condon served as a game assignor for five decades and at the time of his induction, remained active in that role on the high school and collegiate levels. In recognition of his service to the game, he was named to the NCAA’s Silver Anniversary Team in 1995. He was inducted previously into the USA Lacrosse New England Chapter Hall of Fame in 1996.