Transfer student brings skills from across the country

By Mallory Terrence
February 28, 2008

Kevin Chenoweth is the newest member of Cabrini’s men’s lacrosse team. The transfer student is from Whittier College in California.

Chenoweth is a junior from Coronado, Calif. where he played for Coronado High and was named All- American his senior year. During his lacrosse career, Chenoweth has played on multiple select teams and been named most valuable player and top defensive player by Great Western Lacrosse.

“I chose to come to Cabrini because I was looking for a small school that had both a good academic and lacrosse reputation,” Chenoweth said.

Coach Steven Colfer said Chenoweth seems to fit in well with the team and athletic program and credits Cabrini College for being so welcoming to new students, especially transfers. Colfer said Chenoweth’s ability to play the game and his leadership will be a big part of any success the team has this year.

“All my teammates are good guys. They make practice fun while challenging me to get better everyday. We are definitely ready for the season,” Chenoweth said.

The Cavaliers have been undefeated in the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference since 2001 and last season they were ranked tenth in the nation by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association.

“I feel very confident going into the 2008 season. As a team we have a ton of talent and some really experienced players that know how to play the game,” Chenoweth said.

“Kevin fits in very well at Cabrini. He forces me to play at a higher level in order to compete for the starting spot. I have faith, along with my other teammates, that he will perform well,” Bobby Chambers, a junior criminology major, said.

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