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19   Kevin Leveille
Kevin Leveille

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Delmar, N.Y.

High School:
Albany Academy

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 185

Position:
Midfield

Birthdate:
08/18/1981


08/28/2014

Minutemen In Major League Lacrosse 2014 Season Recap

Former UMass men's lacrosse standouts represented their alma mater through out the summer

07/20/2014

Leveille Helps Team USA To Second Place At FIL Championship

Former Minuteman tallied 15 points on 14 goals, one assist over six appearances

07/09/2014

Kevin Leveille Named Team USA Captain For FIL World Championship

Former UMass all-American set to help guide U.S. National Team in its upcoming title defense

06/30/2014

Leveille Chosen To Team USA 23-Man Travel Roster

Former Minuteman one of six attackman selected for FIL World Championship competition

02/05/2014

Leveille On U.S. National Team For FIL World Championship

Minuteman alumnus one of 30 selected for gold medal defense effort

Kevin Leveille In The News

Leveille With U.S. National Team: Named the captain for the 2014 U.S. National Team for the FIL World Championship ... Helped Team USA to a silver medal finish at the 2014 FIL World Championship with 15 points via 14 goals and an assist ... Served as an alternate and traveled with the squad for the 2010 FIL World Championship ... Was part of the try-out process for the 2002 and 2006 versions of the U.S. National Team ahead of each respective FIL World Championship.

Leveille In Major League Lacrosse: Owns 365 points via 281 goals and 82 assists in 117 games played entering the 2014 MLL postseason ... Served as a co-captain of the Rochester Rattlers in 2014, helping the team finish the regular season at 10-4 overall for the No. 1 seed in the playoffs ... Broke the previous record for career goals in MLL (270) with a hat trick, including the double-overtime game-winning tally for his 271st career goal, against Chesapeake on Thursday, June 5, 2014 ... Set a single-season personal best with 51 points on 39 goals and 12 assists for Boston in 2005 ... Has produced at least 20 points in nine of his 11 Major League Lacrosse seasons and 30 or more points in seven campaigns ... Notched at least 20 goals during the 2004-10 seasons ... Also owns 174 groundballs ... Holds the MLL record for most consecutive games played with at least one goal (59) ... Has played for Boston (2003-05), Chicago (2006-10) and Rochester (2012-present).

UMass Career Highlights: Ranked eighth all-time in goals (105) and 11th for points scored (159) in UMass men's lacrosse history upon his graduation in 2003 ... Three-time United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association All-America selection as he earned second team laurels in 2002 and 2003 after he totaled honorable mention recognition in 2001 ... Also a three-time NEILA All-Region and All-ECAC pick ... Was named the ECAC Offensive Player of the Week on three occasions ... Competed in the 2003 North/South All-Star Game ... Totaled 60 appearances with the Minutemen ... Also scooped up 99 groundballs and took 274 shots during his career.

2003 - Senior: USILA All-America Second Team ... Tewaaraton Award Finalist ... All-ECAC First Team ... NEILA All-Region First Team ... NEILA Player of the Year ... ECAC Offensive Player of the Week (3/3 & 4/28) ... ECAC Preseason Player of the Year ... USILA Preseason All-America ... UMass Athlete of the Week (4/16 & 5/14) ... Ranked second among Minutemen in points (51), goals (34) and assists (17) ... Started the season with two goals against Sacred Heart ... Notched 10 points via seven goals and three assists against Stony Brook ... Had six assists versus Albany ... Notched a hat trick against Penn State ... Provided four points when the Minutemen faced Yale and added hat tricks versus Rutgers and Syracuse.

2002 - Junior: USILA All-America Second Team ... All-ECAC First Team ... NEILA All-Region First Team ... ECAC Offensive Player of the Week (4/22) ... Started all 16 games and played in every game since joining the Minutemen, a string of 44 consecutive appearances ... 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 ... 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 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.

2001 - Sophomore: All-ECAC Second Team... NEILA All-Region Second Team ... USILA All-America Honorable Mention ... UMass Athlete of the Week (2/28) ... Selected to try out for the 2002 United States Men's Lacrosse Team ...Finished second on the team with 43 points through 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 year with a six-point outburst against Hofstra, recording four goals and adding two assists ... Totaled 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.

2000 - Freshman 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 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 Harvard and Brown ... Recorded two assists in the victory over Stony Brook.

Before UMass: Played for Gary DiNola at Albany Academy... Scored 103 points as a senior (78 goals, 25 assists) and 396 points during his high school career ... All-America selection as a senior ... Three-time all-league choice ... 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.

Personal: Full name is Kevin Anthony Leveille... Son of Nancy and George Leveille ... Born on Aug. 18, 1981.

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KEVIN LEVEILLE'S UMASS CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS Goals Assists Points Groundballs
2000 14-14 10 7 17 23
2001 14-14 25 18 43 20
2002 16-16 36 12 48 27
2003 16-16 34 17 51 29
Totals 60-60 105 54 159 99

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