Stony Brook University
- Business Management and Psychology
Crowley maintains a 3.37 GPA as a double major in business management and psychology. He has been named to the Dean’s List in four semesters and also was named to the America East all-academic team and America East honor roll following the Spring 2009 and Spring 2010 seasons. Following the 2009 season, Crowley was named the SUNY Chancellor’s Scholar Athlete of the Year for men’s lacrosse. The award is given to the men’s lacrosse player from a Division I institution in the state of New York who best exemplifies success both on the field and in the classroom. Kevin was also a recipient of the Stony Brook University Undergraduate Recognition Award for Excellence in Athletics in 2009 and 2010.
Crowley is a bright student, both in the classroom and on the field. His enthusiasm and energetic personality aid in his success in all areas at the university. Crowley has excelled at Stony Brook in all forms since his arrival and continues to carry a tremendous workload as a double major. He’s a role model to his teammates and other student-athletes at Stony Brook. He can be seen often giving pointers on the field to his teammates or creating study groups for his academic courses. Crowley is a hard-working young man who continues to better himself and others around him whenever possible.
Crowley is a native of New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada. Following in the footsteps of his grandfather and father, he played for the New Westminster Salmonbellies where he continuously gives back to the community where he was raised. On breaks from Stony Brook, Crowley is a volunteer coach for the 14-, 16- and 19-year-old community lacrosse teams in New West. In the Stony Brook community, Kevin does much of the same. This past summer he was a camp instructor at Millon Lacrosse Camps where he was responsible for teaching lacrosse skills to kids ages 8-16.
A team captain, Crowley enters his senior season as Lacrosse Magazine’s Division I preseason player of the year. He’s expected to be one of the top draft picks in the Major League Lacrosse draft. Last year Crowley became Stony Brook’s first-ever first-team all-American. In addition to being a finalist for the Tewaaraton Award, he won the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association’s Enners Award, given to the most outstanding Division I player. Crowley also capped an outstanding 2010 season by playing for Team Canada at the World Championships in England. He was the 2010 America East Player of the Year and has earn first-team all-conference honors all three years.