Mike played his high school lacrosse at Albany Academy in Delmar, NY. Mike continued his lacrosse career at Syracuse University, where he became one of the most prolific scorers in collegiate lacrosse history and where in 2009, he won the Tewaaraton Trophy. Leveille was drafted in the 2008 MLL Collegiate Draft by the New Jersey Pride, and was quickly traded to the Chicago Machine.
Leveille was drafted in the 2008 MLL Collegiate Draft by the New Jersey Pride, and was quickly traded to the Chicago Machine. Kevin ranks 2nd All-Time in assists by a rookie with 18 assists in 2008. Kevin also ranks 4th in total points by a rookie with 36.
2010: Played in 11 games with Chicago, scoring 22 goals and dishing out 14 assists for a total of 36 points… Picked up 17 ground balls
2009: Played in 12 games with Chicago, recording 24 goals and 18 assists, for 42 points…Tallied 14 ground balls
2008: Played 10 games in his rookie season with Chicago… Scored 18 goals and tallied 18 assists for 36 points… Picked up 26 ground balls
Ranks ninth in school history in goals (132), 12th in career assists (83) and 12th in scoring (215 points) … Ended his career with at least one point in 57 straight games, the fourth-longest streak in SU history … Started all 59 games of his career.
2008:Tewaaraton Trophy winner as the college lacrosse’s national player of the year … USILA All-America First Team … Named the NCAA Championship’s Most Outstanding Player and was selected the to the NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team … Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award winner for men’s lacrosse (Most Outstanding Senior Student-Athlete) … Voted the ESPN The Magazine University Division At-Large Academic All-American of the Year … Selected to the ESPN The Magazine At-Large Academic All-America First Teamand the ESPN The Magazine At-Large Academic All-America District I First Team … First Syracuse men’s lacrosse player to be chosen as a first-team Academic All-American … Soladay Award winner (SU award for athletic and academic excellence) … SU’s Male Athlete of the Year … USILA Scholar All-American … Team captain … Started all 18 games on attack … Ranked third nationally in points per game (4.61), seventh in goals per game (2.72), and seventh in assists per game (1.89) … Led SU in points (83), goals (49) and assists (34) … Recroded three game-winning goals … Scooped 48 ground balls… Became 27th player in SU history to score 100 goals … Named to the SU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in the fall.
2007: USILA Honorable Mention All-American … Named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District I At-Large Second Team … One of five players to start all 13 games … Led SU in points (39) and assists (17) … Tied for the team lead in goals scored (22) … Averaged 3.0 points per game and 1.69 goals per outing … Scored three hat tricks … Had at least one point in every game and scored a goal in 10 out of 13 contests …Member of the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in the fall and spring.
2006: USILA Honorable Mention All-American … ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District At-Large Second Team … One of six players to start all 15 games … Second on the team in scoring with 52 points (31g, 21a) … Averaged 3.47 points per game (15th in the nation) … Finished 22nd in the country in goals per game (2.07) and assists per contest (1.4) … Led the team with 21 assists … Had at least one goal in 14-of-15 games … Registered at least two points in every game … Member of the Fall and Spring Athletic Director’s Honor Rolls.
2005: USILA Honorable Mention All-American … Finished the season ranked No. 19 in the nation in goals per game (2.31) … Started all 13 games at attack … Finished tied for second on the team in points (41) … Posted 30 goals and 11 assists … Registered the 11th-best single-season point total by a first-year player at SU since 1971 … Finished the season with five hat tricks … Named to both the Fall and Spring Athletic Director’s Honor Rolls.