1975 Long Island Tomahawks Roster

National Lacrosse League (NLL)
Team Record: 31-17-0 - 62 points
Finishing 1st in the NLL
Postseason: 2-4
Lost Semifinal
Coach: Morley Kells (31-17-0)
Location: New York, New York
1975 Long Island Tomahawks Statistics

The Long Island Tomahawks of the National Lacrosse League ended the 1975 season with a record of 31 wins, 17 losses and 0 ties for 62 points, finishing first in the NLL, and compiled a postseason mark of 2-4.

Long Island paced the league with 802 goals. The club allowed 702 goals. Doug Hayes scored 104 goals for the Tomahawks, while Al Lewthwaite, Dave Wilfong, Jim Johnston, Charlie Henderson, Glen Neuman, Paul Warden, Al Gordaneer, Chuck Medhurst, Jan Magee and Ted Greves each netted twenty-five or more, too. Doug Hayes contributed 126 assists.

Morley Kells coached the team. The 1975 Long Island Tomahawks lost in the Semifinal.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Tim BarrieGKOctober 9, 1953Peterborough, ON
Barry BartlettJanuary 14, 1944
Bill FooteMarch 3, 1951Glasgow, Scotland
Al GordaneerFebruary 10, 1949Toronto, ON
Ted GrevesDecember 31, 1950St. Catharines, ON
Doug HayesSeptember 27, 1950Vancouver, BC
Charlie HendersonDecember 7, 1949Toronto, ON
Bill HoculikFebruary 8, 1949
Bill Hope
Jim JohnstonMarch 7, 1953
Gord KeatesApril 18, 1947
Brian KeeganJanuary 6, 19435'8"165
Al LewthwaiteOctober 15, 1950New Westminster, BC
Jan MageeDecember 9, 1952Peterborough, ON
Merv MarshallGKFebruary 23, 1947
Larry McCormick
Chuck MedhurstSeptember 12, 1953Vancouver, BC
Paul Murdock
Glen NeumanJuly 12, 1952Victoria, BC
Len PowersSeptember 18, 1951Peterborough, ON
Ray Rostan
Art Seekamp
Art TalsonJuly 7, 1950New Westminster, BC
Bill Tierney
Bruce TodmanMay 6, 1948
Gary Van ShagenGKSeptember 12, 1944
Paul Warden
Dave WilfongApril 20, 1948Peterborough, ON
Ken Wright