Jim Kane
In his three years wearing the green and gold, Kane started 61 games and was a three-time captain. Additionally, Kane was an all-state player while earning team MVP honors in 1970.

In 1969, Kane was a key member of the Dolphins record setting 15-0-1 season. Though Jim was not the Dolphins leading scoring threat, he was the speedy midfielder that assists JU Hall of Famer Rick Shannon and Scott Howell in setting the team single-season scoring mark in back-to-back seasons. He was the first player selected by the Miami Toros in the 1971 NASL draft and was the first Dolphin invited to participate in the U.S. Olympic Soccer Trials.

Kane’s twin brother, David, is also in the JU Hall of Fame as a standout goalkeeper.