Gail Cummings-Danson (Field Player 2008) – has reached the highest level in every aspect of the game and been a great ambassador of women’s field lacrosse.
She grew up playing minor box lacrosse with the boys in Huntsville, Ontario before joining the Ontario women’s field lacrosse team from 1982-89. She played collegiately at Temple University winning a national championship in 1988. She is the all-time leading scorer at Temple with 283 goals, 89 assists for 372 points.
Cummings-Danson was a member of the Canadian Women’s National team from 1982-1989 and the USA Women’s National team from 1990-93 winning a world title in 1993.
She was inducted into the OLA Hall of Fame in 1999 as well as the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame (USA) in 2007.
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