Coached By: Stan Kowalski
Though Glen Mohrman had the advantage of watching lacrosse games with a different vision thanks to his father Harry, who is a longtime legendary high school coach on Long Island, his biggest gain was what his father taught him outside the realm of athletics.
He saw that many of Harry's players went to junior colleges or lesser-known institutions after high school, which led Glen to work harder and get into an exceptional university.
After three years of varsity lacrosse at Half Hallow Hills (two years at West when the split happened), he went to the University of Virginia and played for a nationally ranked team all four years.
At Hills West, Mohrman was a two-time All-County athlete in football, basketball and lacrosse, an All-American his senior year on the lax field and the recipient of the Ray Enners Award in 1980 as Suffolk County's top player.
He was an offensive threat, often playing midfield and attack and scoring five or six points a game. After Hills lost to Ward Melville in the Suffolk County semifinals his senior year, Mohrman was devastated. Winning the Enners helped soften the blow.
He was an All-ACC selection at Virginia and played in two NCAA quarterfinals and two semifinals during his collegiate career.
Mohrman played one year with the Long Island Athletic Club after college and today works in the financial services field for Fred Alger and Company.