A local lacrosse legend for over 30 years, Jack Kaley is being inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame for 2010.
In 21 high schools seasons as a coach at East Meadow, he compiled a 245-124 record, won three Long Island titles and four Nassau County championships.
As a college coach at NYIT, he was 185-33 and won four NCAA Division II titles between 1993-2009. During that time, Kaley had an 84.9 winning percentage – the highest of all Division I and II coaches in the nation.
Overall, he has put together a 508-177 career record at all levels, including international, which he ran Team Germany on for the 2010 FIL World Championships.