2007: Started all 17 games on attack and finished fourth on the team in points (31) and assists (9) and fifth in goals (22) Added 24 ground balls, a team-high six extra-man goals and one game-winning goal Totaled just six goals and three assists in the first eight games of the season before sparking JHU's run to the national championship with a strong second-half of the season Ignited late-season surge with a three-goal showing in the pouring rain in a crucial 8-7 overtime victory at Maryland Added multi-point games against Towson (2g) and Mount St. Mary's (2g, 1a) in the regular season and then sparked the run in the NCAA Tournament with 12 points in four playoff games Punched up a career-high three assists in an 11-10 overtime victory against Notre Dame in the first round of the tournament Assisted on three straight goals during a 6-1 spree against the Irish that turned a 4-1 deficit into a 7-5 lead Offensive difference-maker in the 14-6 win over Georgetown in the quarterfinals as he matched career-highs with five goals and six points All five goals came in a span of 27:38 midway through the game after he had been flagged for a three-minute non-releasable penalty for an illegal stick Five goals are the most by a JHU player in an NCAA Tournament game since Conor Ford had five against UNC (2004 QF) Scored twice during the first half of the NCAA Championship game against Duke and then beat Blue Devil goalie Dan Loftus from the doorstep with 3:25 remaning with what proved to be the game-winning goal.
2006: Third Team STX/USILA All-America selection and one of the final 25 nominees for the Tewaaraton Award Started all 14 games on attack, led the team in goals (30) and finished second in points (36) Also tied for the team lead in extra-man goals (4) and game-winning goals (2) and tied for fourth in assists (6) Ranked 17th in the nation in goals per game (2.14) and shooting percentage (.353) was tops on the team among players who took 20 or more shots Started the season on a roll as he scored 15 goals and added all six of his assists in the first five games of the season Opened the season with three goals and two assists in a 10-8 win over Albany All three goals came in a span of just 71 seconds early in the first quarter Came back with an assist against Princeton before exploding for five goals and one assist in a 12-7 win over UMBC (tallied four of five goals and lone assist during a game-ending 9-2 run for JHU) Scored three goals and added an assist against Hofstra and fueled a 14-9 win over Syracuse with another five-goal, one-assist effort Had a 14-game point-scoring streak snapped in the loss to Maryland, but rebounded with nine goals in the final five games, including a three-goal effort against Towson and two-goal showings in wins over Navy and Penn Second goal against Navy came with 5:07 remaining in the fourth quarter and proved to be the game-winner.
2005: Played in 15 games and made 10 starts Finished tied for second on the team in goals (23) and ranked fourth in points (29) Led the team with seven goals in the NCAA Tournament and added two assists for nine points in the NCAAs Also led the team with four game-winning goals on the year and finished second with three extra-man goals Took advantage of first significant playing time after entering regular season game against Virginia in place of an injured Kyle Barrie Scored three goals and added two assists to fuel the win over the Cavaliers with all three of his goals coming in a span of just under six minutes in the fourth quarter Scored three unassisted goals, including the game-winner with 1:05 remaining in the second overtime, to lift top-ranked Hopkins to an 11-10 win over second-ranked Duke Punched up three goals and one assist against Maryland a week after the Duke game and closed the regular season with a two-goal effort against Loyola Scored a then career-high four goals and added an assist for a then personal-best five points against Marist in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Tallied an assist in the NCAA Semifinal victory over Virginia and scored two goals against Duke in the NCAA Championship game.
At Calvert Hall: Played football and lacrosse Two-time All-American (2003, 2004), All-MIAA (2003, 2004) and all-metro (2003, 2004) in lacrosse Garnered Maryland First Team All-State honors three times and was the Baltimore Sun's City/County Player-of-the-Year as a junior and senior Led lacrosse team to the coveted MIAA "A" Championship as a junior Scored 59 goals and added 48 assists as a senior and ended career with 214 goals and 129 assists.
Canadian U-19 Team: Led Canada to a silver medal at the 2003 U-19 World Championships at Towson University Scored 16 goals and added three assists in the tournament Was just 16 years old when he played in the world championships.
Personal: Kevin F. Huntley The son of David and Nancy Huntley Born September 20, 1986 Father helped lead JHU to the 1978 and 1979 NCAA Championships and is JHU's career goal-scoring leader among midfielders (100) Father was a three-time All-American and the 1979 recipient of the McLaughlin Award as the nation's top midfielder Economics major.