We are thrilled at the opportunity to induct Stephen McDowell ’94 into La Salle Academy’s Athletic Hall of Fame for his extraordinary record as one of the top all-time scorers in La Salle’s history.
McDowell was the best three-point shooter to ever play at La Salle Academy. During his three-year varsity career, he nailed an amazing 176 treys, which Is not only a La Salle record but also a New York State record (at the time) as well. During his senior campaign, he hit 78 three pointers, another record. McDowell also canned a trey at the buzzer to beat the then ranked #1 team in America, Rice High School. The sweet-shooting two guard finished his career with 1,056 points, making him one of La Salle’s leading scorers. After La Salle, McDowell was recruited to play at another Christian Brothers school, Manhattan College, where he also rewrote the record books for three-point shooting.
The induction ceremony will be held at half-time during the varsity game on Friday, February 2nd. For more information about this event and to register, click here.