Kelly McKenzie

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Kelly McKenzie was the leading scorer on the Kentucky team from 1999 to 2004, after playing, less seriously or frequently, as early as 1996. He won or placed highly at several events playing solo, and led full teams, often including Seth Kendall and Robert Osborne, to various high finishes, such as second place at the 2002 ACF Nationals.

He is also the creator of ACF Fall, the McKenzie Method, and the McKenzie-style easy part.