USILA COMMEMORATIVE MEDALLION
This 3-inch medallion was created for the USILA (United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association) North South participants award for the 2017 game. The medallion was a recreation of a 1916 USILA medallion to continue the long tradition of this artwork being presented by the USILA.
RUTGERS LACROSSE TOM HAYES COMMEMORATIVE MEDALLION
An example of a 3.75-inch custom medallion in polished gold with epoxy hard enamel colors. The Rutgers letter "R" is decorated with traditional crossed lacrosse sticks and a portion of the school anthem "On the banks of The Raritan" adorns the outer edge.
US LACROSSE HEADQUARTERS GRAND OPENING COMMEMORATIVE MEDALLION
A sample of a 3.75-Inch custom medallion in antique brass with a small recessed enamel area. The enamel detail was chosen to copy the striking green steel roof of the new US Lacrosse Foundation facility. Presented to donors and attendees.
KYLE KIRST "YOU ROCK" MEMORIAL COMMEMORATIVE MEDALLION
This 4-inch custom medallion is finished in polished gold with recessed color enamels. The 3D artwork was created from an image of Kyle Kirst and presented to outstanding student athletes who exhibit a winning attitude exemplified by the late Kyle Kirst.
FIL WORLD LACROSSE CHAMPIONSHIPS ALL-WORLD TEAM MEDALLION
This 3.7" medallion was finished in an antique brass. Only a handful were made and presented to participants in the 2014 FIL (Federation of International Lacrosse) World Lacrosse Championships selected to the All-World team. The 3D art lacrosse player is cast in front of a rendering of the Colorado Rocky Mountains in honor of the scenery surrounding the games played in Denver, Colorado.
FIL INDOOR LACROSSE CHAMPIONSHIPS ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM MEDALLION
This 4-Inch medallion was created from the event logo and mounted on wood base plaque with custom printed plate for presentation to participants selected to the All-Tournament team.
FIL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS FESTIVAL TOURNAMENT DIVISION CHAMPIONS MEDALLION
This 4-inch commemorative medallion was finished in antique brass. The reverse was inscribed with "Division Champions" and presented to the winning team members of each division.