In 1988 George Husson former Lawrence Academy standout capped an impressive career by being recognized as the first male athlete in over a decade to earn All Conference Honors in soccer, lacrosse and hockey. Athletic Director Charlie Corey who coached George in all three sports, "Simply stated, he is the best athlete I've coached during my decade here." Husson was subsequently selected to the Independent Prep Private All Scholastic hockey team 1987-1988. Other selectees would include Jeremy Roenick Chicago Blackhawks, Tony Amonte New York Rangers and former linemate Steve Heinze Boston Bruins. Experience also includes participation in New England's Hockey Night in Boston Tournaments, as well as playing time in Alaska, Canada, Finland & Sweden. George would go on to play at Lake Forest College an Independent Division 1 program in Illinois members of the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association. George was instrumental in leading Lake Forest to the 1990-1991 NCAA Tournament and was also selected team captain 1991-1992. To this day George still holds the schools' point record by registering 7 points in a single game. In 1992 George was invited to attend the training camp of the Raleigh Ice Caps former New Jersey Devils affiliate. He would decline the invitation to pursue other endeavors.