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Eamon McEneaney
Eamon McEneaney (December 23, 1954 – September 11, 2001) was an All-American lacrosse player at Cornell University from 1975 to 1977 who was killed during
Mar 31st 2017



McEneaney
McEneaney is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Eamon McEneaney (1954–2001), American lacrosse player Eamonn McEneaney, Irish Gaelic
Jun 24th 2016



Eamonn McEneaney
Eamon McEneaney is an Irish former Gaelic footballer and current manager. As a player, he won the National Football League in 1985. He most recently managed
May 15th 2017



1977 NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship
year by Coach Richard M. Moran and Lt. Raymond Enners Award winner Eamon McEneaney, Cornell completed another undefeated season becoming the first team
Dec 29th 2016



Watch Tower (Waterford)
of Waterford "Watch Tower".  Eamon McEneaney, Discover Waterford, (O'Brien Press), 2001, p.98 Eamon McEneaney, Discover Waterford, (O'Brien Press)
Nov 21st 2016



French Tower
the Decies, Canon P. Power, 1907 Eamon McEneaney, Discover Waterford, (O'Brien Press), 2001, p.100 Eamon McEneaney, Discover Waterford, (O'Brien Press)
Nov 21st 2016



Mike French
from 1974 to 1976, teaming with fellow lacrosse Hall of Fame members Eamon McEneaney, Dan Mackesey, Bill Marino, Tom Marino, Bob Hendrickson, Chris Kane
Dec 27th 2016



Castleblayney Faugh's GAC
2008 Under 21 (Div 2): 1 1991 Eugene "Nudie" Hughes Stefan White Eamon McEneaney 04/11/1917 Castleblayney f Castleblayney Faughs (Monaghan) 2-5 Derry
Dec 9th 2016



1975 NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship
by the Cornell attack of Mike French, Jon Levine, Bill Marino and Eamon McEneaney, which resulted in titles for the Big Red in 1976 and 1977. Jack Emmer's
Dec 27th 2016



1976 NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship
The undefeated Cornell Big Red, led by Richie Moran, Mike French and Eamon McEneaney, defeated Maryland and Frank Urso, 16 to 13, in overtime. Throughout
Dec 27th 2016



Monaghan GAA
pre-match favourites Armagh. The game was effectively settled by an Eamon McEneaney penalty in the first half when referee John Gough from Antrim decided
May 22nd 2017



Beach Tower, Waterford
(1746) pp. 169 "Waterford City's ancient walls, Munster Express".  Eamon McEneaney, Discover Waterford, (O'Brien Press), 2001, p.103 "Beach Tower website"
Nov 22nd 2016



Cornell Big Red men's lacrosse
coaches have played for or coached the Big Red, including Mike French, Eamon McEneaney and Richie Moran. In 2013, Rob Pannell led Cornell to the NCAA semifinals
Apr 25th 2017



Double Tower
at Double Tower, Waterford. Ben Murtagh.p.1-17 "Double Tower".  Eamon McEneaney, Discover Waterford, (O'Brien Press), 2001, p.99 Official website
Nov 21st 2016



French Church, Waterford
notable buried on April 3, 1635 was Nicholas Power, Lord of Kilmeaden Eamon McEneaney, Discover Waterford, (O'Brien Press), 2001, p.75-76 "Franciscan Friaries"
Dec 23rd 2016



Richie Moran (lacrosse)
His 1976 and 1977 Cornell teams featuring players Mike French and Eamon McEneaney are frequently cited as among the top college lacrosse teams in NCAA
Nov 13th 2016



Frank Urso
along with several other top collegiate players including Mike French, Eamon McEneaney, Tim Nelson, Gary Gait, Paul Gait, Brad Kotz, Dave Pietramala, Dan
Feb 4th 2017



1978 World Lacrosse Championship
Skip Lichtfuss, Doug Radebaugh, Bob Hendrickson, Bruce Arena Attack: Eamon McEneaney, Bob Griebe, Jeff Long Coaches: Richie Moran Manager: Jerry Schmidt
Sep 14th 2016



Sewanhaka High School
Harrison (born 1977), professional football player.[citation needed] Eamon McEneaney (1954-2001), lacrosse player, killed in 9/11/01 attacks Richie Moran
Apr 1st 2017



List of rulers of Waterford
Tobin 2015 - John Cummins 2016 - Waterford Adam Wyse Discover Waterford, by Eamon McEneaney (2001). (ISBN 0-86278-656-8) A History of Waterford and its Mayors
May 22nd 2017



Waterford
Book database. Retrieved 29 September 2010Discover Waterford, by Eamon McEneaney (2001). (ISBN 0-86278-656-8) For 1653 and 1659 figures from Civil
May 24th 2017



September 11
Akamai Technologies (b. 1970) Timothy Maude, American general (b. 1947) Eamon McEneaney, American lacrosse player and poet (b. 1954) John P. O'Neill, American
May 23rd 2017



2001 in the United States
Akamai Technologies. Passenger of American-Airlines-Flight-11American Airlines Flight 11 (b. 1970) Eamon McEneaney, American lacrosse player (b. 1954) Timothy Maude, Lieutenant General
May 15th 2017



Deaths in 2001
of Akamai Technologies. Passenger of American-Airlines-Flight-11American Airlines Flight 11. Eamon McEneaney, 46, American lacrosse player. Timothy Maude, 53, Lieutenant General
May 25th 2017



Meath GAA
The Meath County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) (Irish: Cumann Luthchleas Gael Coiste na Mi) or Meath GAA is one of the 32 county boards
May 12th 2017



1977 New Year Honours
The-New-Year-Honours-1977The New Year Honours 1977 are appointments in many of the Commonwealth realms to celebrate the year passed and mark the beginning of 1977. The awards were
May 3rd 2017



South Down (Assembly constituency)
South Down (Irish: An Dun Theas, Ulster Scots: Sooth Doon) is an electoral constituency for the Northern Ireland Assembly. The seat was first used for
May 2nd 2017



NCAA Division I men's lacrosse records
1988-91 57 95 171 266 Tom Marechek Syracuse 1989-92 58 182 76 258 Eamon McEneaney Cornell 1975-77 46 92 164 256 Wesley Berg Denver 2012-15 73 188 67
May 21st 2017



List of Cornell University alumni
Hall of Fame in 2006 Teddy Mayer (J.D.) – motor racing team manager Eamon McEneaney (1977) – All-American lacrosse player at Cornell University from 1975
May 19th 2017



South Dublin County Council election, 2014
An election to South Dublin County Council took place on 23 May 2014 as part of that year's Irish local elections. Forty councillors were elected from
Jun 23rd 2016



Tewaaraton Award
Winner School Women's Winner School 2011 Jim Brown Syracuse - - 2012 Eamon McEneaney Cornell - - 2013 Joe Cowan Johns Hopkins - - 2014 Jimmy Lewis Navy
May 5th 2017



Lt. Raymond Enners Award
Johns Hopkins 1975 Frank Urso Maryland 1976 Mike French Cornell 1977 Eamon McEneaney Cornell 1978 Mike O'Neill Johns Hopkins 1979 Mark Greenberg Johns Hopkins
May 26th 2017



Nassau County Sports Hall of Fame
2007 Pat LaFontaine Ice Hockey 2007 Richard M. Moran Lacrosse 2007 Eamon McEneaney Lacrosse 2008 Frank Viola Baseball 2008 Sue Wicks Basketball 2008 Derrick
Sep 1st 2016



John Thomas (lacrosse)
Preceded by John Kaestner Jack Turnbull Award 1973, 1974 Succeeded by Eamon McEneaney
Dec 25th 2016



Jack Turnbull Award
Hopkins University 1974 Jack Thomas Johns Hopkins University 1975 Eamon McEneaney Cornell University 1976 Mike French Cornell University 1977 Mike ONeill
Apr 16th 2017



List of National Lacrosse Hall of Fame members
The members of the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame are inducted by US Lacrosse and are enshrined at the Lacrosse Museum and National Hall of Fame on the
Jul 26th 2016



2010 All-Ireland Under-21 Football Championship
The All-Ireland-Under-21Ireland Under 21 Football Championship is an under 21 Gaelic football inter county competition between the 32 counties of Ireland. Four competitions
Feb 18th 2016





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