Considered to be “Mr. Lacrosse” in Frederick County, David Baldwin has been involved with lacrosse as a player, coach, official, and administrator for more than 30 years. After an outstanding high school and University of Maryland-Baltimore Campus lacrosse career, he moved to Walkersville. With a love for the sport, he promoted and organized youth lacrosse club programs for the Frederick and Washington County areas. Visualizing the future need for interscholastic lacrosse in Frederick County, Baldwin organized and led a campaign to raise $30,000 to start county high school programs. Because of his efforts and guidance, teams, officials, and coaches were established for the Frederick County Public Schools program. In 2008, his Walkersville High School team was the first county team ever to make a bid for the state title.