Annually given by the Weston Lacrosse Club, the Clem Malin Award recognizes one or more eighth grade players in the boys and girls programs who have demonstrated athletic skills, leadership and sportsmanship in the game of lacrosse, as well as academic achievement and community service during their years leading up to high school.
The award honors Clem Malin, a founding member and coach of the Weston Lacrosse Club. Clem is a graduate of Dartmouth College, Class of 1956, where he was a two-time All American lacrosse goalie and standout soccer player. Clem captained both varsity squads at Dartmouth. During his graduate studies at Princeton University he was also an assistant coach of the lacrosse team.
Following a thirty-eight career in the international oil industry and the United States Government, Clem retired in Weston where he remained active in a number of community organizations and activities in addition to coaching lacrosse. Malin passed away in 2015 at the age of 81. The WLC honors him each year with an award to two well deserved athletes on the boys and girls 8th grade lacrosse teams.
Clem Malin Award Winners: