David Kane
David Kane is considered one of the best goalies in JU history after posting a school-record 39 wins and 15 shutouts from 1967-70. He was a three-time selection to the renowned Collegiate All-State team.

As a junior in 1969, he led the Dolphins to an undefeated record with a 15-0-1 mark, while finishing the season ranked fourth in the South Region to earn the Dolphin Most Valuable Player honors. Kane allowed less than one goal per game (0.96 GAA) in 1968 and his 1.87 goals against average ranks fifth all-time at JU.

The brother of fellow Hall of Fame member, Jim Kane, David is still in the record books for the most career shutouts (15) and most career wins (39).