Hall of Famer
Inducted in 2015
Won the Ontario Amateur Lacrosse Association Senior “A” scoring trophy 7 times in 8 years
Bill Isaacs was an accomplished lacrosse player from the Six Nations of the Grand River. He became renowned as one of the most outstanding lacrosse competitors during the 1930’s and 1940’s and a superstar of box lacrosse, the indoor version of the game. He won the Ontario Amateur Lacrosse Association Senior “A” scoring trophy 7 times in 8 years between 1935 and 1942 as well as winning the 1938 MVP award.
Bill was a member of two Mann Cup winning teams, the Mimico-Brampton Combines and the Hamilton Tigers, scoring a total of 777 goals and 467 assists in 346 games in his career. Bill is ranked 11th in senior Canadian and professional history. Bill retired from the sport in 1949 after 15 seasons to spend more time with his family.