Ryan Lee Named Major League Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Year

PHOTO COURTESY OF MAJOR LEAGUE LACROSSE

Ryan Lee, a second-year attackman from RIT, scored 18 goals this season.


Ryan Lee, who scored a league-high 18 goals for the Major Leauge Lacrosse runner-up Denver Outlaws, was named the Powell Offensive Player of the Year on Sunday.

Lee, an RIT product, added two assists during the COVID-shortened 2020 season at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. His 4.0 points per game were also most in the league.

Other MLL Award Winners

Coach of the Year: Sean Quirk
Rookie of the Year: Daniel Bucaro
Goalie of the Year: Sean Sconone
Defensive Player of the Year: Zach Goodrich

Lee is RIT's all-time career leader in goals (237) and points (373). He was named a USILA first-team All-American in his sophomore, junior and senior seasons. Last year for the Outlaws, Lee played in 11 games and led the team with 46 points.

He spoke to US Lacrosse Magazine in the buildup to the MLL season about how John Grant Jr. has impacted his career. You can read that story here.







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