Hall of Fame 2020

Terence D. Martin Jr. ’85

Terry Martin was an outstanding three-sport athlete who contributed to soccer, basketball, and lacrosse during his three years at Williston. While his contributions to soccer and basketball were noteworthy, his achievements as an attackman in lacrosse made him one of the truly outstanding players in Williston’s history. Terry’s senior year was remarkable as he scored a school-record 94 points in 14 games, leading the team to a 10-4 record. His senior spring earned him team MVP, the Lance Odden Award given to the most outstanding offensive player in western New England, and the title of boys lacrosse All American. Terry earned the Denman Cup as the top senior boy athlete in the school. He went to Kenyon College, where he continued his success on the lacrosse field, leading the team in points, earning a team MVP, and averaging 4.6 points per game in his career, a school record. Terry has continued to give back to the game of lacrosse in his native Larchmont/Mamaroneck, NY, community.