- Class: 1964
- High School: Uniondale
- State: New York
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- College: Navy
High School CareerJimmy Lewis was All-American lacrosse player at Uniondale on Long Island. He still holds the single-game New York high school lacrosse record for points with 21. In 1966, The Baltimore Sun called Lewis the "greatest living lacrosseman". He is ranked fifth all-time in Navy men's lacrosse scoring with 169 career points. Lewis earned first-team All America honors all three years while in college, as well as being named the Jack Turnbull Award winner in 1964, 1965 and 1966. In 1965, Lewis led Navy to a 12 and 0 record while defeating Army 18-7 en route to the Midshipmen's fourth straight undisputed national championship. During this stretch Navy won 22nd games in a row. Lewis led Navy to three straight National Championships at a time when the top team was voted on by the USILA.
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Alexander Sprague Getsy Now Second For Points In Game
By Mike Loveday | April 30, 2016
Alexander Sprague Getsy from Johnson City (N.Y.) tied for the most assists in a game and scored the second-most points in a game against Chenango Valley. Also today, Monticello (Minn.) appears to have the known record for the most goals scored in a single game.