Miles Kempski ’24 Signs with University of Massachusetts Lowell Lacrosse Team

Miles Kempski, native of West Chester, PA and senior at Archmere Academy, is pleased to announce his signing of his National Intent Letter to play college lacrosse at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. The University of Massachusetts Lowell is a Division I public research university in Lowell, Massachusetts, with a satellite campus in Haverhill, Massachusetts. UMass Lowell Head Coach Drew Kelleher is new to the program, and excited about building another successful lacrosse team. A multi-sport athlete since freshman year, Miles has been a standout on both the football and lacrosse fields.
This fall, Miles’s football honors include 1st Team All-District Defensive Back and 2nd Team All-District Quarterback. With Miles as Quarterback, the football team clinched the District Title and the #2 seed heading into the DIAA State Tournament. Leading the team last weekend in their victory over the defending State Champions, Miles passed for 100 yards and ran for 71, recording an impressive 42-14 win for the Auks.
A varsity player since freshman year, Miles is an instrumental role on the Archmere boys lacrosse team. A short stick defensive midfielder that helped advance the team to three undefeated Diamond State Athletic Conference records and three conference championships, Miles is renowned as one of the most explosive players in his specialty position, a role that has a major effect on wins and losses. Taking pride in the chance to make a stop on defense, even with the pressure stacked against him, Miles has embraced his role as a specialist and a leader, earning First Team for the Diamond State Athletic Conference. 
A graduate of St. Maximilian Kolbe elementary school in West Chester, PA, Miles would like to thank his family and both the Archmere football and lacrosse coaching staffs, along with Archmere trainers and managers, for their consistent support and guidance during his high school career.
Archmere Academy is a private, Catholic, college preparatory co-educational academy,
grades 9-12 founded in 1932 by the Norbertine Fathers.