- Get everything you need to know about shooting with the legendary Gary Gait
- See all of the skills that have help Gary Gait become "greatest lacrosse player of all time"
Arguably the greatest lacrosse player ever, Gary Gait's long list of accolades includes:
- 1st team All-America (three times)
- USILA player of the year honors (twice)
- Lead Syracuse to National Championships in '88, '89 and '90.
- Is Syracuse's all-time leading goal scorer (192 goals)
- Gait holds numerous NCAA records, including: Goals scored in a tournament game (9) and single tournament (15).
- He played for the Canadian National Team in the ILF World Championships in '90, '94 and '98, (And earned a place on the All-World Team each year!)
- Gait is a 15X All-Pro and 6X MVP of the National Lacrosse League (NLL), as well as 'Rookie of the Year' (1991).
- He ranks as the NLL's all-time leading goal and points scorer.
Gait joined the Major League Lacrosse at its inception in 2001, helping the Baltimore Bayhawks to League Championships in 2002 and 2005 as a player-coach. Prior to that, Gait played for more than 10 years in the USCLA, winning its MVP award four times and its Championship twice. Gait served as an assistant coach on the University of Maryland women's teams that won seven consecutive NCAA championships in the 1990s and early 2000s. Lacrosse Magazine named him to its 'All-20th Century Team' and the NCAA named him to its '25th Anniversary Team'.Lacrosse Videos