Statistically Speaking-I: Just the third midfielder in school history to net 30 or more points as a freshman, sophomore and junior He joins former standouts Paul Rabil (2005-08) and Del Dressel (1983-86) in this elite fraternity Rabil (178) and Dressel (174) both totaled 30 or more points in each of their four seasons and rank first and second, respectively, in career scoring by JHU midfielders.
Statistically Speaking-II: Now has career totals of 56 goals and 50 assists for 106 points Joins Paul Rabil, Del Dressel and John Krumenacker as the only midfielders in school history to amass 50 or more goals and assists.
Statistically Speaking-III: Has eight career hat tricks and 10 career games with four points or more (one game with five points - nine games with four points).
2009: Second Team USILA All-American Started all 15 games on JHU's first midfield and tied for second on the team in scoring with 20 goals and a team-high 25 assists for 45 points Registered two or more points in 13 of 15 games, including nine of the last 10 Fueled JHU's last-season run with 10 goals and 15 assists in the last eight games of the season Fired home one goal and added an assist in the win over Siena and came back with a three-goal, one-assist effort against Princeton Made it three straight multi-point games with another three-goal, one-assist showing in the win over UMBC and flipped those totals with a one-goal, three-assist showing against Hofstra Scored two goals and added two assists to match career-high of four points in the 10-9 win over Maryland and duplicated those totals in the 15-7 win over Navy Fired home a career-high five points in the double overtime victory at Towson with two goals and three assists - Three assists also matched his career high Totaled one goal and two assists in the win over Loyola and added two assists in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against Brown Offensive bright spot for JHU in the NCAA Quarterfinals as he had a hand in half of the Blue Jays' eight goals with two goals and two assists.
2008: Starter on JHU's first midfield for the first eight games before splitting time between the first and second lines over the last nine games Finished fourth on the team in scoring with 13 goals and 18 assists for 31 points 18 assists were a team-high Totaled nine goals and 10 assists in last nine games after being held scoreless in three straight games prior to this run Picked up an assist on Steven Boyle's first goal of the game in the win over Albany and scored the first goal of the game - just 10 seconds in - against Princeton Totaled a career-high four points on a goal and three assists in the win over UMBC The three assists vs. the Retrievers tied his career high Totaled one goal and one assist against Hofstra and added one goal and a career-high-tying three assists to match personal best of four points against Syracuse Held scoreless by Virginia, North Carolina and Duke, but bounced back with three assists in the win over Maryland Three assists tied his career high and all three came during a 6-1 JHU run in the third quarter that extended a 3-2 lead to 9-3 Totaled one goal and one assist against Towson with both points coming during a 9-1 JHU run Totaled two goals on three shots and grabbed a pair of ground balls in the win over Mount St. Mary's and added the fifth hat trick of his career to fuel the 9-6 win over Loyola Scored JHU's first goal against the Greyhounds and then scored back-to-back goals in a 69-second span to fuel a game-turning 6-0 run in the second half Needed just a week to record the sixth hat trick of his career as he fired home three goals and added an assist to lead JHU past Hofstra in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Two of his goals and one assist came during a 6-0 run that put the game away Added an assist in the NCAA Quarterfinal victory at Navy and keyed the win over Duke in the NCAA Semifinals with a career-high-tying three assists Added an assist in the NCAA Championship game against Syracuse.
2007: Played in all 17 games and started the final 16 on Hopkins' first midfield unit Finished fifth on the team in points (30), tied for third in goals (23) and tied for fifth in assists (7) Finished second in the nation among all freshman midfielders in points and goals Tied for team-lead with four game-winning goals, ranked second in extra-man goals (3) and added 19 ground balls 23 goals are tied for the most ever by a freshman under head coach Dave Pietramala, while 30 points are fourth-most by a rookie in the Pietramala era Opened career with a one-goal, one-assist effort against Albany and sparked comeback against Princeton a week later in the Inside Lacrosse Face-Off Classic with three second-half assists Nothced first career hat trick three days later against Hofstra and pushed career-opening multi-point game streak to five with efforts against Hofstra (1g, 1a) and Syracuse (2g) Career-opening point-scoring streak reached eight before ending in the pouring rain at Maryland Bounced back from first scoreless game of his career with a three-goal showing against Navy and added third hat trick nine days later against Mount St. Mary's Further etched name in JHU record book as he became the first freshman in school history to score an overtime goal in the NCAA Tournament when he fired home the game-winner against Notre Dame in the first round Added two goals on three shots in the NCAA Quarterfinals against Georgetown and added his fourth hat trick of the season in the NCAA Semifinal victory over Delaware First JHU freshman to score three goals in an NCAA Semifinal game since Kyle Barrie turned the trick against Princeton in 2002.
At Loyola: Three-year letter winner in lacrosse Totaled 84 goals and 91 assists, including 37 goals and 41 assists as a junior and 42 goals and 35 assists as a senior Garnered USILA and Under Armour All-America honors as a senior Two-time first team all-metro and All-MIAA selection Helped team to the MIAA Semifinals as a sophomore and junior and the quarterfinals as a senior.
Personal: Michael P. Kimmel The son of Peter and Patty Kimmel Born October 10, 1987 Grandfather, Frank Kimmel, played lacrosse at Loyola College and is a member of the Loyola Athletic Hall of Fame Sister, Bridget, swam for two years at the University of North Carolina Writing seminars major.
Kimmel's Career Statistics
Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen.
2007 17/16 23 7 30 62 19 0/0:00
2008 17/8 13 18 31 34 30 1/0:30
2009 15/15 20 25 45 72 32 3/2:30
Totals 49/39 56 50 106 168 81 4/3:00
Kimmel's Career Highs
Goals: 3, Eight Times
Assists: 3, Seven Times
Points: 5, vs. Towson (4-22-09)
4, Nine Times
JHU Midfielders with 30+ Points
Freshman Sophomore Junior Years
Del Dressell (1983-85) 46, 44, 42
Paul Rabil (2005-07) 37, 38, 53
Mike Kimmel (2007-09) 30, 31, 45