Mary-Lynne McKee

Mary-Lynne McKee is the owner and director of Metro Lacrosse Club. Coach McKee has been nationally recognized for her work with young women in the game of lacrosse over many years. A former high school coach of 19 All-Americans, she amassed a win-loss record of 226-23-7, and numerous championships in her fourteen years at Suffern High School (1984-1997). During that time, additional coaching assignments included; Empire State Games (two years as head coach of the Adirondack team and one year with Hudson Valley), US Lacrosse Youth Festival coach; and US Lacrosse National Tournament Team coach for seven summers. Coach McKee is the first woman to be inducted into the Hudson Valley Lacrosse Hall of Fame. She holds a BS in Physical Education and Health, and received her Masters in P.E./Coaching and Administration from Montclair State University. Using her strong background in sports mechanics, she developed the highly successful “Apex” instructional programs with “Super Sticks” and “Super Shots” programs training players year round. She is the mother of four children and grandmother of seven. Coach McKee founded the Metro Lacrosse Club in 1999.