Class of 1970
Pete Cramblet, who earned three first-team All-America citations during his career, graduated as the Army lacrosse program's all-time leading scorer, having compiled 150 points. He became the first Army player ever to reach 100 career goals, finishing with a then-record 107 tallies.
As a junior, Cramblet helped Army to a share of the 1969 national championship when the Black Knights finished 10-1, but it was his senior season that etched his name into the Academy's lacrosse lore. He amassed 33 goals and 19 assists, compiling 52 points, en route to earning two national awards. He capped his career in 1970 with the Jack Turnbull Award as the country's top attackman while also copping the Lt. Ray Enners Award as the nation's most outstanding player.
During his three seasons with the varsity, Cramblet helped the Black Knights forge a remarkable 25-6-1 (.797) record. A model of consistency on offense, Cramblet tallied a career-high 39 goals in 1969 while adding 35 tallies in 1968 and 33 markers in 1970.
He presently ranks eighth on Army's career goals list and 10th on the all-time points ladder.
Cramblet was inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1986.