Kevin Leveille has an extensive history with the sport of lacrosse...He began as a standout in high school and his career continued to flourish. Kevin has been a league all-star, and also holds the MLL record for the longest goal scoring streak at 59 straight games...Leveille works as a lower Midwest account manager for Warrior and Brine Sports.
In 2004 he enjoyed a breakout season for the Boston Cannons of the MLL...Named 2004 MLL Most Improved Player...Earned Cannons 11th Man Award...Had 27 goals and 12 assists (second on the team) for 39 points...Finished tied for second in the league with 6 power-play goals...In his third season as a member of the Boston Cannons of the MLL, appeared in and started all 12 games...Appeared in 2005 MLL All-Star Game...Named MLL Offensive Player of the Week in Week 5...Tied MLL record for goals in a game with 9 vs. BAL on July 31/05...Earned Cannons team Offensive Player of the Year award...Tied for 6th in MLL with 51 points...Second in MLL in goals (39)...Recorded five or more points five times...Scored four or more goals four times...Scored a goal in every game...Set career highs for goals (39), assists (12) and points (51)...Playing with Chicago for the next five years, Leveille was a critical threat to score whenever he touched the ball tallying up 157 goals for Chicago in those five years, Leveille decided to sit out the 2011 season...In 2012 Leveille agreed to terms with the Rattlers, playing in 10 games. Kevin registered 22 points on 19 goals and three assists, while also picking up 14 ground balls.
(2002) - Named USILA second team All-America as a junior; Selected to the first team All-ECAC; Named first team All-New England; Named ECAC Offensive Player of the Week on April 22/03; Second on team with 36 goals, 12 assists and 48 points; Led team shooting .468 (36 for 77).
(2001) - Named to the All-ECAC second team as a sophomore; 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 on Feb. 28/01; Finished second on the team with 43 points on 25 goals and 18 assists; Had at least one point in 13 of 14 UMass games.
(2000) - Played in all 14 games as a freshman; Finished with 10 goals and seven assists for 17 points; Scooped up 23 ground balls; Ended season with a six-game goal scoring steak.