Kane enters his seventh season as an assistant men's soccer coach at Stevenson in 2014. A standout player for head coach John Plevyak at McDaniel from 2002-05, he oversees team fitness and player development.
A 2006 graduate of McDaniel, Kane was a three-time All-Centennial Conference First Team selection and Centennial Conference Player of the Year in 2003. He was also a two-time NCAA Regional Second Team All-America honoree in 2003 and 2005.
Kane ranks third on the Green Terror's career scoring list with 114 points while ranking third with 48 goals and ninth with 18 assists. He also holds the school record with 11 career game-winning goals, including a record five in 2003, and was a perfect 6-for-6 on penalty kicks, also a school record.
As a junior in 2003, Kane totaled 19 goals and 45 points, both of which are the third-highest single-season totals in school history. Also that year, he appeared in and started a school-best 24 games as McDaniel won a school record 15 games.
In 2005, Kane scored 24 points on 10 goals and four assists to lead the Green Terror to 14 wins, 13 of which came by shutout as they went 14-4-2 and won the conference regular season title. He also had three game-winning goals.