Kevin Camp

Kevin Camp is in his 21st season as an assistant coach with the Cabrini men’s lacrosse team in 2019-20.

As goalkeepers coach, Camp has been alongside head coach Steve Colfer for all of the program’s success each of the last 20 seasons, including 19 consecutive Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) and Atlantic East Conference championships, 18 straight appearances in the NCAA Tournament and the program's first NCAA championship victory in 2019.

Camp has mentored four All-American goalkeepers during his time at Cabrini. Antonio Masone earned the honor in 2004 before Kevin Quinn claimed the distinction twice in 2006 and 2007. Quinn finished third nationally in save percentage in 2006. Erick Zarzecki led the nation in 2012 with a 4.9 goals against average, while his 0.624 save percentage ranked 13th nationally. In 2019, Riley White was named to the USILA All-America Third Team after ranking fourth in the NCAA with a 6.86 goals against average.

A 2013 Cabrini Hall of Fame inductee, Camp played two seasons with the Cavaliers from 1996-97. He owns the program’s all-time record for career save percentage (.693) and saves per game (22.14). Camp ranks fourth in program history in saves (465). He listed second nationally in save percentage as a senior in 1997, posting a .733 clip.

Camp served one season as an assistant coach at Cabrini with head coach Pat Scarpello in 1998. After a two-year hiatus, he returned to the Cavaliers’ sideline in 2001.

Camp earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Cabrini in 1997.