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William “Billy” McKinney is in his first year as head coach of the boys’ lacrosse program. In this role, McKinney provides general oversight to the entire 6-12 boys’ lacrosse program
McKinney most recently coached at his alma mater, William Penn Charter School, where he served as a defensive coordinator for the Quakers from 2007-2008 and 2012-2016. McKinney spent the 2008-12 seasons on the lacrosse coaching staffs of Lafayette College (2008-2009), Haverford College (2009-2010) and Saint Joseph’s University (2010-11).
As a 2001 graduate of Penn Charter, McKinney is well-versed in Inter-Ac League history. While playing for the Quakers, McKinney earned All-League honors three times for lacrosse and twice for football. He was also honored by the Markwood Memorial Basketball Club as one of the top seniors in the league.
McKinney graduated from the University of Denver, earning a dual Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Economics. He was a long stick midfielder and captain of the Pioneers and he led the program to its first top 10 national ranking and its first berth to the NCAA Tournament. For his efforts on and off the field, he was a two-time recipient of the Student Athlete Medallion Award for outstanding academic achievement.
After college, McKinney went on to play in Major League Lacrosse for two seasons where he helped the Philadelphia Barrage win a MLL title in 2007.
Following his playing days, McKinney founded Big 4 Lacrosse with the intention of giving top lacrosse players in the Philadelphia Area an opportunity to fine-tune their skills and showcase their talent. He served as the Director of Operations for LEAPS (Lacrosse Education Attitude Perseverance Success), a non-profit, which is dedicated to enriching the lives of underserved youth in Philadelphia through lacrosse. He was also instrumental in developing the lacrosse curriculum for the Physical Education Department of the Philadelphia School District.
With 21 returning varsity lettermen, McKinney will have a solid foundation of experience to build upon. The 2016 Patriots (10-13) reached the quarterfinals of the Inter-Ac Challenge last season, where they lost to top-seeded and tournament champions Culver Academy.
CONTACT COACH MCKINNEY
* Updated March 2017
Season Goals: 316 (2003)
Season Assists: 173 (2004)
Season Points: 484 (2004)
Fewest Goals: 98 (2000)
Most Wins: 19 (2004)
PSLA Playoff Appearances: 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1993, 1992, 1990, 1989, 1988, 1987, 1986, 1985
Playoff Record: 27-17
PSLA Champions: 1993, 1990
PSLA Runner-Up: 2001, 1987
1968 Wayne Smith '68 1969 William S. Elliot, Kurt M. Krumperman '69 1970 Rolf G. Piranian '70 1971 David F. Bonwit, John H. Greenwald, Jr. '71 1972 Frank J. Marolla '73, Raymond T. King, III '73 1973 Frank J. Marolla '73, Raymond T. King, III '73 1974 Robert Rose '74, Thomas E. Makleer '74 1975 Robert R. Barron, William Q. Bitzer, David A. Kemmler '75 1976 Robert R. Barron, Andrew G. King '76 1977 Robert M. Patterson, Paul G. Zodis, David Kozlow '77 1978 R. Bennett Muskin '78 1979 Gary A. Paranzino '79 1980 Jack Guinan, Michael Salaman '80 1981 Mark J. Zodis '81 1982 Gregory E. Paranzino, James S. Whitcomb '82 1983 Bruce L. Samson, Howard A. Thompson '83 1984 Michael S. Sloane, Michael D. Paranzino, Dean B. Lipson '84 1985 Christopher F. Brown, James M. Grossman '85 1986 J. Alexzander Henry, William D. Newbold '86 1987 Andrew D. Steinberg, Jeffrey H. Steinberg '87 1988 Samuel Jackson, Matthew Oelkers '88 1989 James McGeehan, Jerald Swope '89 1990 William Gadsden, Garth Little, Michael Wiley '90 1991 Patrick Gray, Gregory Jaspan '91 1992 Edwin Detweiler, Rob Holmes, Wayne Clarke '92 1993 William Holmes, Theodore Franchetti, Vincent McGeehan '93 1994 Jason Novak, Coley Murphy '94 1995 Ross Garettson, Casey Nicholas '95 1996 Michael Dare, Kevin O’Neill, Todd Rogers '96 1997 Edward Holmes, Benjamin Langfeld, Christopher Roberts '97 1998 Peter Franchetti, Jon Reusch, Derek Mitchell '98 1999 Steve Brown '99 2000 Greg Voigt '01 and Steve Holmes '01 2001 Greg Voigt '01 and Steve Holmes '01 2002 Chad Holtzman, Harry Sankey, Ryan Winters '02 2003 Andrew Ferguson, David Walsh '03 2004 Alex Haynie, T.J. Jackson, Randall Morrison '04 2005 Kevin Bryne , Ben Huddleston, Greg Sih '05 2006 Matt Schafle and Dave Reusch '06 2007 Nick Sih and Joe Razzano '07 2008 Craig Burnett, Brendan Lee and Mark Mullen '082009 Ian Hillman, Patrick Hitschler, Andrew Sih and Zachary Zappala2010 Ryan Crane '11, Beau Jones '11 and Cameron Metzker2011 Ryan Crane '11 and Beau Jones '112012 Jacob Adoni, Connor Crump and Reid Weber2013 Bradley Garcia '13 and Hayes Nolte '142014 Hayes Nolte '14 and Max Derham '142015 James Diver '15 and Garret Trucksess '152016 Jimmy McAfee '16, Matt Ho '16, Nick D'Ambrosio '16
Greg Sih, 2005 Ian Hillman, 2009
Mark Mullen, 2008Alex Haynie, 2004Dave Walsh, 2003Alex Haynie, 2003Dave Walsh, 2002Steven Holmes, 2001Greg Voigt, 2001Steven Brown, 1999Derek Mitchell, 1998Ted Holmes, 1997Vince McGeehan, 1993Kurt Mueller, 1993Jerry Swope, 1989Sam Jackson, 1988Alex Henry, 1986Pete Keblish 1986Pete Keblish, 1985
Stadium was opened in 2010 as a multi-sport facility that includes a
200 x 380’ artificial turf field, a regulation track surface with six
lanes, high jump area, long jump pit and easy on-and-off sideline
access. Lines are drawn on the field for football, soccer and lacrosse.
The bleacher seating can accommodate 850 spectators and are handicap
accessible. Carey Stadium also houses a concession stand equipped with
electrical, an ice machine and a reach-in cooler; restroom facilities,
as well as two team gathering rooms, private referee room and a
trainer’s room equipped with sink, ice machine and treatment bed.
(The team rooms are not always available; Prior approval is needed).
The scoreboard in the corner of the Stadium is a multi-sport unit that
displays the game clock, home and away scores, time outs left, quarter
and football-related information. There is a sound system that is
operated from the top of the Stadium where there is a 10-seat
granite-topped work area with several electrical outlets and jacks for
the microphone and music; all protected by an awning. The Stadium
speakers are located on top of the scoreboard. There are several
handicap parking spaces adjacent to the entrance to the Stadium in
addition to more than 200 spaces spread between two parking lots for the
outdoor athletics complex. More parking is available on the GA campus
by crossing the Wissahickon Creek by car and returning by foot on the
brick pathway. Germantown Academy has hosted many lacrosse and soccer
tournaments and was the home to the first coed Inter-Academic Athletic
League Track and Field Championships in 2012.