Last NameSportCountryYear Inducted

Sport: Lacrosse
Inducted: 1995
Country: United States
Born: November 13, 1900 in Kiszalo, Hungary
Died: 1974

According to The Encyclopedia of Jews in Sports, Victor Ross was “the all-time All-America Lacrosse player.” He received All-America honors in 1922, 1923, and 1924. In 1923, the outstanding attackman led his Syracuse team to the International Lacrosse Trophy Championship in Great Britain. Ross was elected to the
Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1962.

After college, Ross played for the New Rochelle and Brooklyn amateur teams in New York. He also coached two years at Syracuse and Brooklyn, and helped introduce lacrosse at
Union, Williams, and Springfield colleges. Ross was one of the organizers of the Box Lacrosse League.
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