|Year of Graduation:||1997|
|Year of Induction:||2014|
Shackelford was a pioneer and two-year member of the school’s national championship lacrosse program. In 1994, he approached the school to start the first men’s lacrosse team in school history. In two seasons, he posted a school-record .620 saves percentage while totaling 438 saves, a mark that ranks second in school history.
As a senior in 1996, Shackelford led the nation with 255 saves, including 32 versus Wesley on March 26, while being voted as the school’s Most Outstanding Male Athlete. Today, the men’s lacrosse team honors him with Trey Shackelford Most Valuable Player award.
In addition to men’s lacrosse, Shackelford also participated in men’s cross country in 1994, captaining the team its first year to aid the college in becoming NCAA eligible.