|Year:||Class of 2018|
|Previous College:||Boston State College '77|
A dynamic player for the Boston State College lacrosse team, MacLean was perhaps the most dominant player to ever wear the green and gold. A 1977 team MVP, co-captain, and First Team All-Colonial League All-Star, MacLean joins a distinguished list of Hall of Fame lacrosse players from the Boston State era. A three-time varsity letter winner, MacLean was the BSC’s go-to player on man-up. A versatile player, MacLean was the first player in program history to play attack, midfield, and goalie during his standout career. He led the Warriors to the 1974, 1975, and 1976 Colonial League Championships, and scored the game-winning overtime goal against Nichols College in the ’76 title game. In his 1977 season he recorded over 40 goals to once again anchor a loaded BSC attack.