Two stand-out EA lacrosse players have been inducted into the Eastern Pennsylvania Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
Jeff MacBean '92 and Kurt Lunkenheimer '95 were inducted on Saturday, February 9 during at ceremony at Whitemarsh Valley Country Club.
Jeff MacBean played attack and helped lead the Churchmen to the State Championship in 1991. He was All Inter-Ac, All-State, and All-American. Jeff continued his playing career as a midfielder at Princeton University, where the team won the NCAA Division I National Championship in 1994 and 1996. He was All-Ivy First and Second Team and All-American Honorable Mention and Second Team. After college, Jeff continued to play for clubs in California, Nevada, and Long Island, New York.
Kurt Lunkenheimer was a defenseman at EA. In 1995, he was named MVP of the Inter-Ac and also earned First Team All Inter-Ac, First Team All-State, and High School All-American honors. Kurt also played at Princeton and helped lead the team to National Championship wins in 1996, 1997, and 1998. During his tenure at Princeton, Kurt was named to All-Ivy teams all four years. After college, he played for the Boston Cannons, professional team, and the MAB Paints Club team.
"Being inducted into the Philadelphia Lacrosse Hall of Fame is such a well-deserved honor for Jeff and Kurt," said EA Head Varsity Coach Chris Bates. "They each had truly outstanding careers wearing the Episcopal jersey and then both went on to play major roles on multiple national championship winning teams at Princeton. More importantly, they both are outstanding men and represent everything we want our Episcopal student-athletes to become."