Former Baldwinsville lacrosse star Stefany McKee finished her college lacrosse career at LaSalle University in Philadephia ranked among school's all-time leaders in goals scored, points and games played.
The senior attacker scored 33 goals this season giving her 113 career goals for her career which ranks her fifth all-time in LaSalle history. It was the third straight year McKee scored 30 or more goals for the Explorers.
McKee, an elementary education major, reached a significant career milestone March 28 by scoring her 100th career goal in a 13-11 victory over Duquesne. She was the fifth player in Explorer history to score 100 career goals.
Featured on the cover of the LaSalle women's lacrosse media guide this spring, McKee helped the Explorers to a 9-7 record this season and a school-best 5-2 record in the Atlantic 10 Conference.
McKee, who started 66 straight games at LaSalle, finished with 128 career points which tied her for fifth all-time with fellow senior Jill Davis. McKee is also tied for fifth in school history for games played.
LaSalle qualified for the A-10 post-season tournament, in part, by defeating Temple, 13-11 in overtime, on April 16. McKee played a key role in the victory with five goals including three markers during in two and half minute stretch late in regulation.
The Explorers missed making the A-10 title game with a 9-7 loss to UMass in the semifinals April 23. McKee scored twice in the loss.