On January 25th, 2018 the late Clint Gosnell will inducted inducted into the Chesapeake Chapter of the US Lacrosse’s Hall of Fame. Gosnell is a true Wildcat legend that could not be more deserving of this award.
Coach Gosnell was born in Pasadena, Md., and graduated from Glen Burnie High School. He played lacrosse at Anne Arundel Community College and then Towson University, where he graduated with a degree in physical education in 1971.
He came to Arundel High School in 1977 as both a physical education teacher and coach. For more than three decades, he coached football, field hockey, boys lacrosse, indoor track, and girls basketball. For 31 years he served as the Arundel boys’ head lacrosse coach. During that time he led the Wildcats to close to 300 wins, 11 county championships, 7 region championships, and 4 state titles.
Even with all those wins and championships, Coach Gosnell will be remembered more for the positive impact he made on all of his players. Coach “Goz” valued relationships more than wins. He made everyone he came in contact with a more compassionate and caring person. If he were here tonight, he would tell you that this was his greatest achievement.
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