Strath Haven HS
At Delaware: Senior and a fifth-year member of the squad and a key member of Delaware's No. 1 midfield unit...Delaware's active career leader with 44 goals and 53 total points...has recorded three hat tricks...has outstanding offensive skills and is a reliable scorer...named to pre-season first team All-Colonial Athletic Conference squad by league coaches...three-year letterwinner who will serve as a team co-captain for the second straight year....has played in 53 career games with 28 starts and has delivered 204 shots and scooped up 52 groundballs...outstanding athlete with good speed and a strong shot...was one of four Blue Hens selected in the Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft in January...was drafted first among UD players with a No. 22 selection by the Boston Cannons.
2010 Season: Key member of Delaware attack as a junior, leading Blue Hens to the Colonial Athletic Association title and a berth in the NCAA Tournament...ranked No. 5 on the squad in scoring with 14 points on 10 goals and four assists...No. 3 on the team with 63 shots...had one game-winning goal and scooped up 14 groundballs...scored two goals in a game three times, vs. Georgetown, Penn State, and in the CAA championship game win over Towson...had a goal and an assist in games vs. Johns Hopkins, Massachusetts, and in the NCAA Tournament vs. North Carolina...had a season-high eight shots vs. Johns Hopkins and Maryland and seven against UMBC.
2009 Season: Came back strong after missing all but three games in 2008 with an injury and earned second team All-Colonial Athletic Association laurels....proved to be one of team's most reliable scorers as he ranked No. 4 on the squad with 18 points on 15 goals and three assists...ranked third on team with 72 shots and ranked 10th in the CAA in that category (4.8 per game)...scored at least one goal in 11 of the 15 games...recorded season-high three goals vs. Albany and scored twice against Stony Brook and Drexel...registered a aseason-high four points vs. Albany when he also dished out an assist.
2008 Season: Earned a spot on the team's No. 1 midfield unit and played in the first three games...suffered a season-ending knee injury in the win over Marist...scored three goals on the season, including two vs. Saint Joseph's and one vs. UMBC.
2007 Season: Earned a spot on the Colonial Athletic Association All-Rookie team...ranked second among all Delaware rookies with 16 goals scored...played a key role in leading Delaware to the Colonial Athletic Association championship and a berth in the NCAA Final Four...played in 18 games in a backup role...scored 16 goals and dished out two assists to rank seventh on the team with 18 points...had four multiple-goal games with season and career-high three goals each vs. Manhattan and Mt. St. Mary's...scored two goal each vs. Duke and in CAA semifinal win over Drexel...enjoyed quick start to his career, scoring eight goals in his first four games...dished out season-high two assists vs. Robert Morris...had 60 shots, including season-high nine vs. Duke, and eight groundballs.
High School: Football and lacrosse standout at Strath-Haven High School...played lacrosse for head coach Dave Waldman...earned All-American honors as a senior and was a two-time first team All-State selection...also earned first team All-Delaware County and first team all-conference honors twice...played in National Senior Showcase in St. Louis...played running back in football for head coach Kevin Clancy...was a teammate of former UD football running back Jared Bradley...team won three league titles and two district titles.
Personal: Kevin Michael Kaminski ("kuh-minski")...born Nov. 17, 1987...son of Joe and Kathie Kaminski...leadership major at Delaware...has two older brothers and a younger sister...father is an electrician...has worked as a lacrosse camp counselor in the summer...enjoys playing golf and going to the beach in his spare time...plays guitar....avid Philadelphia Eagles and Philadelphia Phillies fan.
Career-High Goals: 3 vs. Albany, 2009; vs. Manhattan, 2007; vs. Mt. St. Mary's, 2007Back To Men's Lacrosse Home Men's Lacrosse Story Archive