At Delaware: Sophomore who is one of the top returning players in the Colonial Athletic Association • strong defender who possesses good scoring skills • member of USA Women's National Indoor Team during the off-season.
2011 Season: Started all 20 games as a defenseman during freshman season • earned second team All-Colonial Athletic Association and was named to the CAA All-Rookie Team • led Blue Hens with nine goals scored and 24 points • was first UD freshman since Melissa Hefner in 1993 to lead the team in goals • nine goals were the most goals in a season for a UD freshman since Leah Geib scored 10 goals in 2001 • tallied third most assists with six • led team with 71 shots • led team to Colonial Athletic Association Tournament berth for first-year head coach Rolf van de Kerkhof • two-time CAA Rookie of the Week selection (Aug. 30 and Oct. 11) • scored first collegiate goal on Aug. 26 vs. Bryant • began season scoring goals in first three games of the season • registered her first colligate assist in Delaware’s 2-1 victory over Appalachian State on Sept. 18 • posted two, three-point games (Sept. 24 at St. Joseph’s and Sept. 30 vs. William & Mary) • had one of three UD two-assist games in the Blue Hens 4-1 win over VCU on Oct. 30 • had a nine-shot game on Sept. 24 at Saint Joseph's.
High School: Most Valuable Player of Coatesville High School team her final two seasons • second team All-Area selection in 2010 after earning honorable mention accolades in 2009 • first team All Ches-Mont as a junior and senior after earning second team honors as a sophomore • selected the team’s Offensive Player of the Year in 2007 • team’s leading scorer all four years • also played lacrosse at Coatesville • completed 2010 Germany Training Tour and 2010 Barbados Training Tour with ECFH Club Team • member of National Honor Society • Coatesville School Board Student Representative • member of Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth.
Personal: Kelsey Lynn McKee ("mick-key") • daughter of Larry and Chris McKee • born Aug. 4, 1992 • honor student as a communications major at Delaware • has worked as a field hockey camp coach during the summers.
Career Statistics at Delaware
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