Wilson L. Fewster
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CollegeJohns Hopkins University
Wilson L. Fewster started his long association with lacrosse at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute where he was first team All-Maryland from 1942-1945 on Poly's championship teams of those same years. At Johns Hopkins, Fewster played on national championship teams in 1947, 1948 and 1950. He was named first team All-American in 1947, third team in 1948 and honorable mention in 1950. He played for the South in the North/South Collegiate All-Star game in 1950.
Fewster continued his lacrosse career as a coach from 1951-1966 at Washington & Lee, University of Virginia, and Johns Hopkins. He later coached the Baltimore Athletic Club and the Mt. Washington Lacrosse Club. Fewster played with Mt. Washington L.C. in 1955 and 1956, winning the club championship in both of those years. Fewster is a member of the All-Time Hopkins team. He passed away in June, 2014.