William A. McComas '88
Year Inducted: 1998
Bill McComas is recognized as one of the best defensemen ever toplay for the Brown lacrosse team and is one of only nine players tobe named First Team All-American in 72 years of Brown lacrosse.
The versatile defensemen was part of the second Brown team towin the Ivy Championship in 1985, helping the Bears compile a 12-3record, and a perfect 6-0 Ivy ledger. The 1985 team was one of onlyfour teams to have a perfect record in Ivy League play. The Bearsadvanced to the NCAA quarterfinals in 1985, losing to NorthCarolina 16-14 in Chapel Hill.
In his junior season, Bill had another banner year, earningFirst Team All-Ivy honors and All-American recognition. The Bearsfinished the season with a strong 10-5 record and earned theirfifth NCAA Tournament bid.
Bill had his best season of his career in 1988, his senior year,garnering First Team All-Ivy and First Team All-American honors. Hewas also selected to play in the annual North-South lacrossegame.
Bill was a cum laude graduate at the University of BaltimoreSchool of Law. After spending eight years as a software engineerfor Price Waterhouse, Bill is currently an attorney inVernable’s Technology group and resides in Lutherville,Maryland. He and his wife, Flordeliza, are expecting their firstchild.