2015 Camps
Princeton M. Lacrosse BIO
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13 Kip Orban

Updated after Dartmouth game

At Princeton -

selected in the third round of the Major League Lacrosse draft (19th pick overall) by Charlotte ...

2015 - team captain ... second on the team team with 33 goals  ... ranks 18th in goals at Princeton with 89, which is also fourth all-time among Princeton middies (Tom Schreiber, Josh Sims, Lorne Smith); needs one goal to tie Jack McBride for 17th overall and five to tie Smith for third among middies ... had career high seven goals and career high nine points in the win over Penn to earn USILA Offensive Player of the Week and  Ivy League Co-Player of the Week honors ... nine-point day against Penn came one week after steak of 29 straight games with at least one goal was snapped against Maryland ... has the fourth-longest streak in program history, behind Chris Massey (46 games), B.J. Prager (31) and Jason Doneger (30) ... had five goals against Stony Brook ... has been shut out in two games this season (Maryland, Brown) and came back with 12 goals on 15 shots in the next two games (Penn, Stony Brook) ... had four goals and, with two assists, against Johns Hopkins ... had four goals against Yale ... had four goals against Dartmouth ... had three goals and an assist against Hofstra ... had two goals and an assist against Lehigh ... had two goals against Rutgers and Manhattan

2014 -  became the first Princeton player since Peter Trombino in 2004 to have at least one goal in every game ina seaosn ... tied the Lehigh game on a goal with 2.7 seconds left and the assisted on Tom Schreiber’s game-winner in overtime ...had two goals and two assists against Lehigh ... had two goals against Penn, both of which came during 4-0 run after Penn had made it a one-goal game late in the third quarter ... had three goals against North Carolina ... had two goals and one assist against Hofstra ... had two goals against Manhattan and Dartmouth ... had a goal against Johns Hopkins and Brown

2013 - second-team All-Ivy League selection ... named to the Ivy League tournament all-tournament team ... is one of three Princeton midfielders in the last 25 years to reach at least 27 goals as a sophomore (Tom Schreiber, Josh Sims) ... had at least one point in every game ... had three goals and an assist in both games against Cornell and against Harvard, tying his career high in goals and points ... scored the game-winning goal in overtime of the Ivy tournament semifinal against Cornell ... had three goals against Manhattan ... had two goals against Yale and Brown ... had two goals and one assist against Villanova ... had a goal and assist against North Carolina ... had two goals against Hofstra ... had a goal against Syracuse and Dartmouth ... had an assist against Hopkins

2012 - had first career two-goal game in the Konica Minolta Face-off Classic against North Carolina ... also had two goals against Harvard ... had a goal and assist against Villanova ... had a goal against Brown in the regular season ... had a goal in the Ivy tournament final against Yale ... had first career points with a goal and assist vs. Manhattan

At Staples - lettered four times in lacrosse ... earned All-America honors senior year ... two-time first-team all-state ... three-time all-league ... three-time team MVP ... had 135 career goals and 31 career assists ... had 46 goals and seven assists as a senior and 43 goals and 14 assists as a junior ... four-time first academic honor roll selection ... won county principal's scholar-leader award ... won school principal's award and team and county scholar-athlete award

Personal - born Feb. 13, 1993 ... son of Steve and Gina Orban ... father is an architect; mother is an English professor at UConn ... father is a New York Tech grad; mother is a graduate of Sacred Heart ... sister Blake is a Virginia grad who teaches elementary school

Year Goals Assists Points Shots GBs
2012 8 3 11 20

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2013 27 7 34 95

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2014 21 8 29 69

14

2015 33 5 38 80

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Totals 89 23 112 264

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Position: Midfield
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 200
Year: Senior
Hometown: Westport, Conn.
High School: Staples
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