Dr. Chris Goldberg, 1979 Cheltenham grad and founder of PhillyLacrosse.com, inducted into Eastern Pennsylvania Lacrosse Hall of Fame

Dr. Chris Goldberg, a 1979 Cheltenham High School graduate, was inducted into the Eastern Pennsylvania Lacrosse Hall of Fame on Saturday, September 9 at United Sports, the home of the Eastern Pennsylvania Hall of Fame in Downingtown.

Dr. Goldberg, an accomplished journalist and teacher, is the founder of PhillyLacrosse.com, a website which has emerged as one of the top lacrosse sites in the country. Its goal is to promote enthusiasm and knowledge of lacrosse across the Philadelphia area, and covers local high school and college lacrosse teams, youth tournaments, college recruiting news, national lacrosse news, and both local and national rankings.

In addition to his work as a lacrosse journalist, Chris has served as a middle school girls’ coach at Gordon Middle School in Coatesville and later at Interboro, where he taught for twenty-three years before retiring. He promoted multiple causes with a lacrosse nexus, including the HEADstrong Foundation, The Courage Game, The Katie Samson Foundation, Evanfest, Checking for Cancer, The Travis Manion Foundation, the Alzheimer’s Play for the A’s, Shootout for Soldiers, and Harlem Lacrosse.

For more on Dr. Goldberg and PhillyLacrosse.com, you can read their “About Us” page.

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