2011: Had three goals, four ground balls and two caused turnovers vs. Hartford (5/7) ... agoal, four assists, six ground balls and two caused turnovers vs. Binghamton (5/4) ...All-America East first team (5/3) ... recorded a goal, three assists and three ground balls at Vermont (4/30) ... agoal and an assist vs. Albany (4/23) ...Tewaaraton Award nominee (4/18) ... tallied three goals, two assists and five ground balls vs. Binghamton (4/16) ... scoreless at Hartford (4/9) ... two goals, four assists and four ground balls vs. UMBC (4/1) ... one of 10 finalists for the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award ... had four goals, an assist, three ground balls and two caused turnovers vs. Bryant (3/26) ... became Stony Brook's all-time leader in points (202) with two goals and two assists vs. Cornell (3/22) ...recorded two goals, three assists and five ground balls at Towson (3/19) ... a goal, two assists and a ground ball at St. John's (3/15) ... recorded three goals, three assists and four ground balls vs. Delaware (3/12) ... three goals and three ground balls at Marist (3/5) ... four goals and an assist against Virginia (2/26) ... America East Player of the Week ... Tewaaraton Award watch list ... first overall pick of 2011 MLL draft by Hamilton Nationals ... Division I Preseason Player of the Year by Lacrosse Magazine ... preseason All-American ... 2011 captain.
2010: Recorded one of the greatest seasons in Stony Brook men's lacrosse history ... 2010 USILA Enners Award, given to nation's most outstanding Division I player ... just the fourth junior since 1995 to win Enners Award ... Stony Brook's first first-team All-American ... preseason and season Tewaaraton Award finalist ... LaxPower.com Division I All-American ... unanimous America East Player of the Year ... America East first-team selection ... played on Team Canada at 2010 World Championships ... started all 17 games ... scored 51 goals and added 26 assists ... NCAA champion in points per game (4.53) ... became only player in school history in top five in goals (101) and assists (75) ... 26 points shy of school record in points ... scored a goal in all but one game (Bryant) ... tallied 12 hat tricks ... scored at least two goals in nine of first 10 games ... set a school record with five first-half assists against Siena (2/20) ... added four goals against Saints ... career-high five goals against St. John's (3/16), Hartford (4/10) and Vermont (5/1) ... tallied four goals against Cornell (3/23) ... eight ground balls at Delaware (3/13) ... America East scholar-athlete in lacrosse.
2009: Another outstanding season as a sophomore ... first team All-America East for a second straight year ... named to the Tewaaraton Award watch list at the beginning of the season ... second on the team in both goals (28) and assists (23) ... first in points at 51 ... also named to the America East All-Tournament and All-Academic teams ... finished 13th in the nation in points per game with a 3.40 average ... new career-high with 58 ground balls ... at least one point in every game ... two or more 12 times ... set career-highs in goals (4) and points (7) in the win over Lehigh ... two goals, three assists and seven ground balls in the win at Lafayette ... scored the game-winner against the Leopards ... four assists and a career-high eight ground balls vs. #8 UMBC ... three goals and two assists in back-to-back games at Hartford (4/11) and vs. Binghamton (4/18) ... scored the game-winning goal in the regular season finale against Albany (4/25) ... matched his career best with four scores at #11 UMBC (5/2) in the America East finals.
2008: Played in all 14 games as a freshman with eight starts ... first team All-America East ... America East All-Rookie team ... second on the team in assists and points ... 10th in the nation in assists per game (1.86) ... assist total tied him for 10th in a season at SBU ... points per game average (3.43) was 19th best in the nation ... third on the team in goals ... at least one point in every game but one ... two or more goals eight times ... started his collegiate career with a three goal, four assist outing at #3 Virginia (2/22) ... also won 10 face-offs against the Cavaliers ... three goals and three assists vs. Siena (3/8) ... pair of goals and six groundballs in the win at Delaware (3/15) ... six points in back-to-back games against Vermont (4/5) and Hartford (4/12) ... scored a season-high three goals four times, including consecutive games vs. Hartford and at Binghamton (4/19) ... scored the game winner in overtime against the Bearcats ... played for Team Canada at the 2008 U-19 World Championships ... named to the All-World team after scoring 11 goals in the tournament.
Prior to Stony Brook: Played for a season for the club team at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia ... scored 28 goals and handed out 16 assists ... second team all-conference player.
High School: A 2006 graduate of New Westminster Secondary School ... MVP of the Provincial playoffs in 2006 ... also played basketball, golf, soccer and volleyball.
Personal: Born Kevin James Crowley on November 13, 1988 in New Westminster, British Columbia ... son of Warren and Debbie Crowley ... one sister.