Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 8/8/19
From Press Release
The National Lacrosse League announced today that Black Wolves forward Kevin Crowley (Fusion Lacrosse Co-Founder/coach, Shipley assistant coach) has been named to the All-Pro First Team.
Crowley led the NLL this past season with 51 goals, a career-high for the 6-foot-4 forward. He also added 25 assists for a total of 76 points as well as scooping up 73 loose balls and causing a career-best 11 turnovers.
“First, I would like to congratulate Kevin on being one of the finalists for MVP of the NLL,” Black Wolves general manager Rich Lisk said. “In my opinion Kevin is the premier power forward in the NLL.
“This nomination, by the league coaches and executives, is a true testament to what Kevin has accomplished in his career. As an organization, we would like to congratulate Kevin on his selection and we are excited for him and his future.”
A member of the NLL All-Pro Second Team following the 2017 season, Crowley has spent all but four games of his seven year career with the Black Wolves franchise. He has 533 career points (257 goals, 276 assists) in 118 career games. A member of the 2012 All-Rookie Team, Crowley was selected first in the
“It’s an honor to be named to the All-Pro First Team,” Crowley said. “I want to thank my coaches, and especially my teammates for the picks they’ve set, the passes they’ve made and for just be great teammates. They’re the reason I’m receiving this – I couldn’t have done it without them.”
Joining Crowley on the All-Pro First Team are Mark Matthews and Robert Church of the Saskatchewan Rush, Joey Cupido of the Colorado Mammoth and Graeme Hossack and Matt Vinc of the Rochester Knighthawks.
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