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Justin Kamine

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Oldwick, N.J.

High School:
Voorhees

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 180

Position:
D

Major:
Policy Studies and Economics & Business

Justin Kamine

2010 First Team All-Patriot League
2010 Jewish Sports Review All-America
2010 Third Team NSCAA All-Mid-Atlantic Region
2009 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll
2008 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll
Three-time Patriot League Defender of the Week
Two-time ECAC Defender of the Week

2010: First Team All-Patriot League...Jewish Sports Review All-America...Third Team NSCAA All-Mid-Atlantic Region...Appeared in and started 17 matches...Tallied three goals and two assists...Scored the game-winning goal in the season-opening win at Rider on Sept. 1...Recorded an assist in the win over Holy Cross on Sept. 25...Registered a "golden goal" game-winner at NJIT on Sept. 28...Scored the Leopards' lone goal in a draw against Army on Oct. 23...Picked up an assists in the Senior Day win over Bucknell on Oct. 30.

2009: Named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll...started all 18 games in which he played and chipped in a goal...named a Patriot League and ECAC Defender of the Week (10/5)...part of 11 Leopard shutouts... started in shutouts of league opponents Holy Cross (9/26), Army (10/25) and Navy (11/7)...also added a goal in 1-0 blanking of archrival Lehigh (10/3) which proved to be the game winner, the second of his career.

2008: Named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll...appeared in 17 games with 16 starts...finished the season with two goals...earned ECAC and Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week Honors (10/1)...scored first career goal, a game winner, in 1-0 win over Rider (9/18)...scored second goal two games later at Lehigh (9/27) en route to being named Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week...started league matches against American (10/3) and Colgate (10/11)...helped shut out Army (10/18), Navy (11/1) and Holy Cross (11/8).

2007: Came off the bench in nine games his rookie season...made first collegiate appearance against St. Peter's (9/2)...came off the bench in 3-0 win over Davidson (9/7)...took first shot of the season in 1-1 tie with Greensboro (9/9)...saw playing time in 1-0 defeat of Philadelphia (9/20) and 2-0 win over Manhattan (9/25)...took the field in 1-1 tie vs. Penn State (10/10)...also came off the bench vs. Army (10/20) and No. 20 West Virginia (10/31).

At Voorhees: Earned First Team All-New Jersey Group 3 honors as a senior...also named to Soccer Coaches Association of New Jersey All-Central Jersey First Team...named Express Times' Player of the Year...team captain as a senior...set school records for goals in a season (20) and career points (108)...also a member of the North Hunterdon Magic club team...older brother, Matt, was a senior captain on the 2007 baseball team.

Season 	GP 	Goals 	Assts 	Points 	Shots 	Shot% 	SOG 	SOG% 	GW 	PK-Att
2007 	9 	0 	0 	0 	2 	.000 	1 	.500 	0 	0-0
2008 	17 	2 	0 	4 	10 	.200 	3 	.300 	1 	0-0
2009 	18 	1 	0 	2 	8 	.125 	2 	.250 	1 	0-0
2010 	17 	3 	2 	8 	9 	.333 	4 	.444 	2 	0-0
TOTAL 	61 	6 	2 	14 	29 	.207 	10 	.345 	4 	0-0
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