Mark Millon stood on the sphere with the opposite all-time greats Saturday at Shuart Stadium, and the previous attackman slipped his hands right into a gold jacket at some point of his induction into but every other corridor of repute. This become corridor No. five for the 51-year-antique Huntington native, the Professional Lacrosse Hall of Fame. “This one is a touch unique as it`s all modern-day men that I performed with and against, and they may be the excellent of the excellent of the excellent,” Millon stated.

This elegance additionally covered Casey Powell and John Grant Jr. withinside the assault category; Cold Spring Harbor alum Jay Jalbert, Gary Gait and Matt Streibel for the midfield; John Gagliardi, who performed at Manhasset, Pat McCabe, who performed at Elmont, and Nicky Polanco, who performed at Oceanside and Hofstra, on defense; Paul Cantabene for faceoffs; and goalie Brian Dougherty. Millon performed for 4 groups withinside the indoor National Lacrosse League, along with the New York Saints, and 4 in outside Major League Lacrosse, along with in brief for the Long Island Lizards. “There`s not anything better,” stated Millon, up from Baltimore together along with his wife, Erin, additionally a National Lacrosse Hall of Famer, and sons McCabe and Brendan.

He performed 10 MLL seasons with the Lizards and become named an All-Star 5 times. He additionally performed 4 years withinside the NLL, along with one with the Saints. “It`s a massive accomplishment, developing up playing, didn`t even dream of there being a seasoned league, in no way thoughts making it to the Hall of Fame,” Gagliardi stated. McCabe gained championships along Gagliardi with the Lizards in 2001 and 2003.