• Created Date
  • 2000
  • Publisher
  • Springfield College
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  • A photograph of Springfield College's quarterback, Kevin Cahill (class of 2001), under center while playing on Stagg Field during the 2000 season. Their overall record during the 2000-2001 academic year was 9-1-0 and their conference record was 6-0-0. In 2000, Cahill was named the New England Player of the Year, the Eastern College Athletic Conference Player of the Year, and the Freedom Conference Player of the Year. Cahill finished his colleg... more
    A photograph of Springfield College's quarterback, Kevin Cahill (class of 2001), under center while playing on Stagg Field during the 2000 season. Their overall record during the 2000-2001 academic year was 9-1-0 and their conference record was 6-0-0. In 2000, Cahill was named the New England Player of the Year, the Eastern College Athletic Conference Player of the Year, and the Freedom Conference Player of the Year. Cahill finished his collegiate career with 3,029 yards rushing, 44 rushing touchdowns, and 4,842 total yards of offense. On the baseball diamond, he was named to the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) All-Conference team as one of Springfield’s top pitchers. In 2014, Cahill was inducted into the Springfield College Athletic Hall of Fame. He remains one of the most decorated two-sport athletes in the college’s athletics history, serving as the captain of both the football and baseball teams. As of 2013, he still held the school record for the most touchdown passes in a game. After graduating, he went on to coach the following teams: Maine Maritime, Tennessee Martin, Murray State, the University of Maine, and Yale University. less
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