Kevin attended Upper Arlington High School where he was a two-year letter winner.
In his senior season, Kevin earned first team all-conference and all-district honors after leading his team in points (17.8), rebounds (8), assists (5), steals (3) and blocks (1.5).
Kevin was able to play 3 seasons at DePauw University while battling injury. While in a Tiger uniform Kevin compiled a 49-31 record. As a Freshman, Sullivan appeared in 23 games while averaging 6.1 minutes per game, and poured in 40 points 12 assists and 21 rebounds.
He was third on the team in free-throw percentage at 72.7%. After coming off an injury that caused Sullivan to miss his entire sophomore year, Kevin appeared in 24 games making 16 starts.
Kevin averaged 19.5 minutes per game while putting up 32 assists, 17 steals and 120 points good for 5.0 ppg. As a senior captain of the Tigers squad, Sullivan put up impressive numbers.
Due to more injuries, Sullivan played in 17 games, averaging 8.8 points per game which ranked third on the team.
Kevin shot 55.1% from the field and 53.6% from behind the arch. His three-point percentage is good for the third-best single season percentage of all-time at DePauw.
Upon graduating, Kevin assisted the men’s basketball program at Defiance College. The Yellow Jackets compiled a 20-6 record during the 2013-14 season and were co-champions of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference.
While at Defiance, Sullivan helped guide Ryan Hicks to a stellar senior year, he was named to the 2014 D3Hoops.com All-Region team. Hicks led Defiance College and finished third in the HCAC in scoring at 17.1 points per game while shooting 51.4 percent from the field.
Following Kevin’s successful season with Defiance, Kevin decided to make the jump to Kenyon College.
Kevin coached the Lords for three seasons helping improve their record and leading them to the North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament in his final two seasons.
Kevin was integral in the coaching of First Team All-NCAC Tim Connolly. The senior, Connolly, lead the NCAC in scoring at 19.8 points per game and both FT’s made (152) and attempted (196).
Following three seasons at Kenyon, Kevin recently joined the Emory University basketball staff and is currently enjoying his first season with the team.