Terry Jackson, Former Long-time Men's Soccer & Lacrosse Coach, to be Inducted into NSCAA Hall of Fame Jan. 14, 2011
Terry Jackson, seen here at the dedication of Wesleyan's soccer/lacrosse field in October, 2006 being named in his honor, will be inducted into the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Hall of Fame during its annual convention. The convention will be held in Baltimore this year and the induction ceremony is slated for Friday, January 14, 2011.
Only two individuals will be added to the NSCAA Hall of Fame in 2011 as Jackson and Joe Borrosh of Pittsford-Mendon High School in New York are the 50th and 51st members of the association's Hall of Fame. To see the release from the NSCAA, please click < here >.
Jackson was head coach of Wesleyan's men's soccer team for 31 years (1968-1998) and directed his squads to three ECAC New England Division III titles (1973, 1980 and 1991). His cumulative record was 210-64-36. He also directed the men's lacrosse team at Wesleyan for 23 seasons (1974-1996). Jackson was inducted with the fourth class into the the Wesleyan Athletics Hall of Fame October 23, 2010. To see his Wesleyan Hall of Fame information and photos, please click < here >.