Miles Kass
Miles  Kass


Rye, N.Y.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 204



An All-American caliber player who returns as the starting goalie this year ... Superb athletic skills with good size ... An excellent ball stopper who communicates extremely well ... Great attitude and work ethic.

2007: An honorable mention All-America selection ... Appeared in every game, starting 14 times ... Posted a 12-3 record with an 8.16 goals-against average ... Allowed 121 goals and recorded 142 saves ... Led the team with 66 ground balls ... Had 12 saves and eight ground balls in win at Maryland ... Had 13 saves and five ground balls in win at Delaware ... Made 12 saves and had 10 ground balls against Duke ... Registered 11 saves and had four ground balls against Navy ... Had 13 saves and six ground balls against Penn State ... Registered six saves in NCAA Tournament win over Princeton.

2006: Appeared in 10 games, starting nine times ... Missed four games with an injury ... Posted a 7-3 record with an 8.91 goals-against average ... Allowed 75 goals and recorded 79 saves ... Recorded 21 ground balls ... Recorded 15 saves, had three ground balls and yielded eight goals in a win at Syracuse ... Saved 11-of-20 shots and had three ground balls against Hobart ... Saved six shots in NCAA Tournament win over Navy.

2005: Played in six games as a freshman, including one start against Mount St. Mary's.

High School: A star in multiple sports for Hotchkiss including lacrosse, football and hockey ... A lacrosse All-American as both a junior and senior ... Named First Team Western New England as both a sophomore and junior and was named Founders League First Team after senior season ... Hotchkiss lacrosse team won Founders League championship in 2002 and were crowned Western New England Champions in 2003.

Personal: Son of Barclay and Dennis Kass.

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