#9 Kevin Correa
Position: Forward/Midfielder
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 175
Year: Junior
Hometown: Flushing, N.Y.
High School: Flushing HS
Other College: St. Francis (NY)
Experience: Transfer
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2014 - JUNIOR SEASON: Scored three goals and assisted on one other to finish the season with seven points … made four starts and appeared in all 18 games … played a total of 776 minutes … scored his goals in consecutive games beginning with West Virginia on Oct. 1, then vs. FIU on Oct. 4 and finally at FAU on Oct. 8 … assisted on Josh Goss’ goal against Old Dominion on Oct. 25 … was fourth on the team with 31 shots and 11 SOG ... named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.

2013 - SOPHOMORE SEASON: Named an NSCAA Third Team All-American after scoring 13 goals and adding six assists ... helped lead the Terriers to an NEC title by scoring four goals in the NEC tournament to earn Tournament MVP honors ... appeared in nineteen contests while starting in sixteen games ... ranked sixth in the NCAA in Points Per Game (1.68), eighth in total points (32) and ninth in both goals per game (0.68) and total goals (13) .... ranked second in the Northeast Conference in points (32), goals (13), goals per game (0.68), and game-winners (4) while placing third in shots (59), shots per game (3.28) and assists (6) ... recorded four multi-goal games in 2013 bringing his total to six for his career.
2012 - FRESHMAN SEASON: Appeared in eighteen contest while starting in seven games for the 2012 St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers … led the Northeast Conference in nearly all statistical categories including points with 25, points per game at 1.39, goals scored with 11 and goals per game at .61 ... ranked 28th in the nCAA in goals per game at 0.61 and 29th in the nation in totals goals…started his scoring prowess back on September 1, when he recorded his first career goal against the Saint Joseph's Hawks in a 5-1 victory ... on September 7 he followed it up with a lone goal against American University in Washington, D.C … in the 61st minute of the Terriers' home opener against Howard University (Sept.15), Correa was credited with his first career assist and capped off the afternoon with his third goal of the season late in the contest …The first-year forward strung an impressive streak toward the end of the season, recording a goal in four straight matches. He tallied his second multi-goal game against the Central Connecticut State University Blue Devils back on October 12th. (Note: his first two-goal performance came on September 28th at home against Mount St. Mary's).

PERSONAL: Son of Ademis Quintero … has two siblings Andres Felipe Quintero and Leidy Correa.