UMass alum one of 98 chosen to participate in weekend-long event
Named the 2003 preseason ECAC Player of the Year and a first team preseason All-America selection.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2002:
Named USILA second team All-America... selected to the first team All-ECAC... also named first team All-New England... named ECAC Offensive Player of the Week on April 22... started in all 16 games and has played in every game since joining the Minutemen, a string of 44 consecutive games... key component of an offense that led the ECAC in scoring... was a member of an offensive unit that was fourth in the nation, outscoring its opponents by 4.29 goals per game, as well as 10th in the nation converting 38 percent of man-up opportunities... had an 11-game point streak dating back to 2001 snapped against Yale... second on the team with 36 goals, 12 assists and 48 points... led the team shooting .468 (36 for 77)... goals and points ranked fourth in the conference... scooped up 27 ground balls... recorded at least two points in all but one game... scored two goals in NCAA quarterfinals against Johns Hopkins... netted two goals in the Minutemen's 17-4 win over Fairfield in the NCAA Tournament... tied a career-high with four goals against UMBC and Georgetown... tallied five points on three goals and two assists in wins over Navy and Harvard... netted three goals and added an assist versus Hartford... had a hat trick in games against Hofstra and Syracuse... ended the regular season with a four-point performance on two goals and two assists against Rutgers... tallied two goals and an assist in the win over Brown... posted a goal and an assist against Stony Brook, Vermont, Albany and Penn State... scored a pair of EMO goals in the games against Hofstra and Harvard, tying the team season-high for a single-game... scooped up an individual season-high four ground balls against Fairfield, Harvard and Syracuse... started off the season with three ground balls against Hofstra... scooped up two ground balls against Stony Brook.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2001:
Selected to try out for the 2002 United States Men's Lacrosse Team... named to the All-ECAC second team... All-New England second team selection... voted a USILA honorable mention All-American... selected as a 360Lacrosse.com honorable mention All-American... named WHMP/UMass Athlete of the Week (Feb. 28)... finished second on the team with 43 points on 25 goals and 18 assists... had at least one point in 13 of the 14 games... ended the season with six goals and three assists in the last two games... opened the season with a six-point outburst against Hofstra, recording four goals and adding two assists... scored three goals and added two assists in the win over Rutgers... posted a hat trick and added an assist in the victories over Brown, Boston College and UMBC... recorded two goals and two assists against Albany... scored once and chipped in three assists in the league victory over Penn State... recorded two goals and an assist against Georgetown... tallied a goal and an assist against Harvard, Vermont and Yale... chipped in a pair of assists in the win over Stony Brook... scored a single goal in the win against Navy.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2000:
Played in all 14 games... finished with 10 goals and seven assists for 17 points... scooped up 23 ground balls... ended the season with a six-game goal scoring steak... netted two goals and an assist against both Loyola and Syracuse... scored a pair of goals against Georgetown... had a goal and an assist in the victory over Boston College... tallied single goals against both Harvard and Brown... recorded two assists in the victory over Stony Brook.
Played for Gary DiNola at Albany Academy... scored 103 points as a senior (78g, 25a) and 396 points during his high school career... All-America as a senior... three-time All-League selection... also played hockey and soccer at Albany Academy... posted 69 points as a senior in hockey and 222 career points... hockey team was 1998 New England Prep School Division II champions... captain of the lacrosse and hockey teams as a senior.
Kevin Anthony Leveille... son of Nancy and George Leveille... born on Aug. 18, 1981... economics major.