Crowley named MLL's Offensive Player of the Year
Aug 21, 2013
Cambridge, Mass. - Stony Brook alum Kevin Crowley '11 was named Major League Lacrosse's Offensive Player of the Year on Tuesday. Crowley totaled 38 goals, including three two-point goals, and 14 assists to finish in a tie for first in scoring.
In his third season of professional lacrosse, Crowley equaled his goal total from 2011 and 2012 combined. The Hamilton midfielder is in the midst of a 29-game point streak, spanning two seasons.
Crowley, who garnered All-Star Game MVP honors in June, received six first-place votes, finishing ahead of Chris Bocklet and Matt Danowski.
One of the best players ever to suit up for Stony Brook, Crowley finished his illustrious collegiate career with 131 goals and 101 assists. The 232 points is tops in Stony Brook history.
Crowley is one of three players in the history of America East lacrosse to be a four-time first team all-conference selection. A two-time first team All-American, Crowley was chosen as the 2010 recipient for the USILA's Enners Award, given to the nation's most outstanding Division I player. As a senior, the New Westminster, British Columbia native won the USILA's Outstanding Midfielder of the Year award.
Crowley and the Nationals will take on the Chesapeake Bayhawks in one semifinal on Saturday.