MCCHOF 2002 Inductees

2002 Coaches

Hall of Fame Inductees


Anders – Graduate of Plymouth-Whitemarsh High School. All-American

in both Lacrosse and Field Hockey at Ursinus College in nearby Collegeville.

Led Team USA to the Bronze medal in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic

Games. Scored 8 of the teams 9 goals to established scoring record

that still stands today. Coached Old Dominion to nine NCAA National

Championships. She has amassed 400 plus career wins, tops in Division-1

Field Hockey history.




Lasorda – Norristown Native, Major League Baseball Player,

Major League Manager for Los Angeles Dodgers for 20 years, won four

National League Pennants and two World Series. He was enshrined

into National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY in 1997.

Managed Gold Medal winning baseball team (Team USA) in 2000 Sydney






Stofko – Plymouth-Whitemarsh Head Basketball Coach for

32 years where he has amassed a 583-231 record. His teams have won

eight Suburban One League titles and four District 1 crowns, reaching

the state championship game on two occasions including winning it

in 1963. He has a total of 654 career wins as a High School Coach.

This total includes short stints at Warwick, which is now part of

Owen J. Roberts School District and Boyertown High.

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