Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Transferred to Duke in 2009 from St. Lawrence University ... ACC Academic Honor Roll selection.
2010: Saw action in all 20 games and started seven … was a key member of the second midfield line … tallied 12 goals and nine assists for 21 points … registered at least one point in 14 contests and had six multiple point games … posted five points in the four NCAA Tournament contests … scored two man-up goals and picked up three ground balls in NCAA Tournament semifinal win over Virginia … had a goal and an assist in NCAA quarterfinal victory over North Carolina … scored the game-tying goal to send both the Bucknell (2/13) and Maryland (3/6) games to overtime … handed out two assists against Penn State (3/20) … finished his two-year career with 28 goals and 15 assists for 43 points.
2009: Played in all 19 games … finished eighth on the team in points (22) and goals (16) in his first Division I season … registered his first Blue Devil goal against Bucknell (2/14) … posted his first multiple point game versus Loyola (3/7) ... tallied two goals and an assist against Virginia in the ACC Semifinal (4/24) … also posted two scores against Georgetown (3/21) and St. John’s (5/3) ... scored at least one point in seven of the final eight games of the season.
2008: Named to the USILA All-America Division III Third Team ... voted as the Liberty League Player of the Year after leading the league in goals (2.93) and points (4.36) per game ... ranked seventh in assists per game (1.43) ... earned All-New York State First Team honors ... tallied 61 points from 41 goals and 20 assists, including five game-winning scores ... led all Saints with seven man-up goals ... ranks second in St. Lawrence single game history with seven goals versus Union on April 19.
2007: Named the Liberty League Rookie of the Year ... finished the season ranked fourth on the team in points (31), second in goals (25) and sixth in assists (6) ... paced the squad with six man-up goals ... named All-Liberty League.
Prep: A tri-sport athlete, participating in football, hockey, and lacrosse at the Gunnery School ... selected to the all-league lacrosse team three times, captained the team twice, and was the league’s Most Valuable Player as a senior ... captured all-league honorable mention recognition for his efforts on the football squad and was the recipient of the Leadership Award.
Personal: Son of Libby and Rusty McKee ... born December 14, 1987.