Louis LeCalsey III '62
Induction Year: 2011
Sport(s): Soccer, Lacrosse
Graduation Year: 1962

LeCalsey finished his career at Franklin & Marshall with his name etched all over the men’s soccer record book, with many of those records still standing to this day. LeCalsey, a goalkeeper, is tops in F&M history in career saves (545), career save pct. (.898), career saves per game (18.17), single-season saves (218) and single-game saves (31). LeCalsey was ranked seventh in the nation in saves per game in 1960 and 12th in 1959. He earned All-Mid Atlantic South Division All-Star honors in 1961. LeCalsey also served on the U.S. Olympic Soccer Team Selection Committee in 1970 and 1971. From 1978-80 he coached the goalkeepers at F&M for head coach Al Hershey.

Following his playing career, LeCalsey eventually moved into the coaching ranks. He started the Wisconsin-Marinette Junior College soccer program where he coached for two seasons, leading the team to a 6-0 mark and a seventh-place national finish. LeCalsey was also a member of the men’s lacrosse team.

LeCalsey moved onto become the founding men’s head soccer coach at the new University of Wisconsin- Green Bay and led the Phoenix in 1969-70. His overall win-loss record was 22 wins, 4 losses and 4 ties (73.3% winning percentage). 

He was inducted into the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Athletics Hall of fame in 2000.