Kevin Alexander is entering his third season as the Stealth’s Director of Player Development. Alexander is widely regarded as one of the greatest lacrosse players of all time, and has been in the NLL as a player and coach in the past. He was inducted into the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1991.
One of the most prolific scorers the game has ever seen, Alexander dominated the junior and senior ranks in British Columbia. During his senior career, Alexander played ten WLA seasons with Nanaimo (1977-1978) and Victoria (1979-1986). He was named Rookie of the Year in 1977 and a seven-time WLA All-Star (1978, 1980-1985). He won the WLA scoring title five times (1980-1981, 1983-1985) and was a two-time playoff MVP (1980, 1984). Alexander won two Mann Cup titles with Victoria in 1979 and 1983. His prowess extended to the field game as well, illustrated best by his performance at the 1986 World Championships, where he was named the top midfielder and a member of the All-World Team.
Alexander played two seasons in the NLL (at the time Major Indoor Lacrosse League), winning championships in both seasons as a member of the Buffalo Bandits. He recorded 61 points (47g, 14a) in 19 career games. He went on to become the Head Coach of the expansion Syracuse Smash in 1998 and returned as an assistant coach for the Calgary Roughnecks (2006-2007) and the Portland Lumberjax (2008-2009).