PERRY, N.Y.--Keene State College senior attack and junior midfielder Bryan Rotatori were both named United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) Honorable Mention All-Americans, it was announced today.
For McKelvie, it's the third Honorable Mention All-American honor of his career. This season, McKelvie continued his play as one of the best attackmen in the country, with 56 goals and 20 assists for 76 points. The senior capped a stellar four year career as the most decorated player in Keene State College men's lacrosse history. A four time First Team All-Little East player, McKelvie is the only player to win the LEC Offensive Player of the Year award three times (2014, 2015, 2016). He was also LEC Rookie of the Year in 2013. He ended his career as KSC's all-time leader in points (281) and goals (210), while having three of the top 10 highest individual season point and goal totals in school history. His 210 career goals are the 12th highest total in NCAA Division III history.
Rotatori, meanwhile, capped a standout junior season with the first First Team All-LEC honor of his career, after being named to the Second Team as both a freshman and sophomore. Rotatori finished as KSC's leading scorer (43-36-79), and the 36 assists tied the single season record. His 2016 campaign is the fifth highest single season point total in school history. He enters his senior season needing 20 assists to become KSC's all-time leader.