Matthew Lee



  • DOB: 2/21/1995
  • Ht: 5-7
  • Wt: 185
  • Shoots: RIGHT
  • School: Wheeling Jesuit
  • Hometown: Toronto, Ontario

Was one of the standouts at the 2018 National Lacrosse League Combine, which convinced the New England Black Wolves to take him in the sixth round (70th overall) of the 2018 NLL Entry Draft… Earned an invitation to training camp… Joins the Knighthawks from the Paris RiverWolves of the Arena Lacrosse League (ALL), where he collected nine goals and 19 assists in 13 games… Prior to the draft, Lee played four seasons of collegiate lacrosse at Wheeling Jesuit… In 54 career games, he posted 107 goals and 39 assists for 146 points… In 2015, Lee earned ECAC Division II Rookie of the Year honors… As a senior, Lee was named a Second-Team All-Great Midwest Athletic Conference midfielder after finishing third on the team with 23 goals and 32 points… He spent the 2018 summer with the Senior “B” Oakville Titans… This past summer, he notched 14 goals and 10 assists in 10 regular season games… He elevated his game in the playoffs, registering 38 points (15+23) in 16 games… The Titans won the Ontario Lacrosse Association (OLA) title and advanced to the medal round of the President’s Cup tournament… Played parts of two seasons in Major Series Lacrosse with the Oakville Rock… His best season was in 2017 when he played in 11 games and recorded 12 points (5+7)… Before jumping to the senior loop, he played four seasons of Junior “B” ball with Mimico... In 2012, he helped lead the team to a playoff berth, while finishing third on the team with 48 points… He also placed second in assists (32) and sixth in goals (16)… The following campaign, he was second on the team in assists (28) and points (46), and fifth in goals (18)… Competed in four Junior “A” seasons, making stops in Mimico, Mississauga and Kitchener-Waterloo... In 2014, he was in the top three in points in the playoffs with nine points… In his Junior “A” career, he scored 54 goals and chipped in 47 points in 42 regular season games, while adding 32 points (15+17) in 11 playoff contests.

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