Kevin Mullins, Bowdoin College


A member of two of Bowdoin's most successful teams and a plethora of student organizations, Kevin Mullins made the most of his time beneath the pines of Bowdoin College. 

A four-year letterwinner in both soccer and lacrosse, Mullins achieved astounding heights on the playing field and in the classroom. Mullins came to Bowdoin from Duxbury (Mass.) High School and immediately became a crucial member of both squads. He especially flourished as an upperclassmen, earning starting spots and leading the lacrosse team in scoring in 2007, capturing First-Team All-NESCAC recognition. 

Mullins has proved to be just as prolific in the classroom, achieving Sarah and James Bowdoin Scholar status (recognizing the top student grade-point-averages), as well as NESCAC All-Academic. Following his senior lacrosse season, he earned his highest honor as the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association named him an Academic All-American.  

Kevin, who graduated in the spring with a double-major in Physics and Economics, was an active member of the BMASC (Bowdoin Men Against Sexual Violence) and also served as one of Bowdoin's representatives on the NESCAC's Student-Athlete Advisory Council. At Bowdoin's annual All-Sports Banquet in May, Mullins was named as the Frederic G.P. Thorne Award recipient for Outstanding Leadership by a Male Athlete at Bowdoin.