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Brian Hunt

Player Profile
Class:
Graduate Student

Hometown:
West Chester, PA

High School:
Unionville

Last College:
Yale

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 181

Position:
Attack

Birthdate:
03/06/1980

Hunt’s Honor Roll

  • Tewaaraton Trophy “Player To Watch” in 2003
  • 2003 Preseason Hon. Mention All-American
  • 2002 Preseason Hon. Mention All-American
  • 2001 USILA Honorable Mention All-American
  • 2001 All-Ivy League Team
  • 2001 New England Player of the Year
  • 2000 All-Ivy League Team

    2003 Update:
    • Third on the team in goals (21) and tied for third in points (31).
    • Had posted a point in 40 consecutive games he played in prior to Virginia (3/29), which was his first scoreless game since 4/3/99.
    • 40 of 55 career games have been multi-point games.
    • Averaging 2.89 ppg in his career with 159 points (99 g, 60a).
    • ACC’s second active career scoring leader with 159 points.
    • Scored consecutive goals in 2:34 late in the third quarter of NCAA Quarterfinal win over UMass (5/17).
    • Scored two goals in the crease against Notre Dame (5/3).
    • Two goals and assisted Lee Zink’s first goal vs. G’Town (4/28).
    • Assisted Matt Urlock goal on Senior Night vs. UMBC (4/25).
    • Assisted Paul Gillette goal vs. Hopkins (4/12).
    • Had a goal and assist at Navy (4/5).
    • 15th career hat trick and assist vs. Butler (3/25).
    • Scored one goal vs. UNC (3/22).
    • Scored two goals and added two assists at Stony Brook (3/15).
    • Tallied two goals and an assist vs. Bucknell (3/11).
    • Second straight hat trick vs.Towson (3/8), four points total.
    • Notched 13th career hat trick & assist in UM debut vs. Duke (3/2).
    • Preseason Hon. Mention All-American by Face-Off Magazine.
    • Graduate student who returns to action after missing all of last season at Yale with a broken ankle suffered on March 1, 2002.
    • 2001 USILA Honorable Mention All-American at Yale.
    • 128 career points at Yale in 3 yrs. (10th leading scorer).

    On Hunt: A graduate student who joins the Terps after graduating at Yale last spring … a preseason honorable mention All-American by Inside Lacrosse … returning to action after missing all of his senior season at Yale after suffering a broken ankle … will start on attack this season … had a decorated career at Yale as he was named New England Player of the Year in 2001 as well as an honorable mention USILA All-American … a strong powerful player, who will make an immediate impact at Maryland … has quick hands and excellent stick skills … a go-to-the-goal guy.

    As a senior at Yale (2002): Missed the entire season after suffering a broken right ankle just prior to the start of the season in February … was a preseason honorable mention All-American by Inside Lacrosse/Face-Off Magazine … finished his Yale career with 128 points on 78 goals and 50 assists … point total ties for 10th all-time at Yale and goal total lists eighth – both in just three seasons of action.

    As a junior at Yale (2001): Earned USILA honorable mention All-American honors … named New England Player of the Year … member of the All-Ivy League team … led the Bulldogs in scoring with 58 points on 28 goals and 30 assists … averaged 4.46 points per game to rank fourth in the nation in scoring … his 58 points set a Yale record for points in a season by a junior … started all 13 games on attack as the Bulldogs went 6-7 overall under coach Mike Waldvogel … scored a point in every game during the season and had 10 multi-goal games and 12 multi-point games … opened the year with two goals and two assists vs. Drexel (3/3) … had two goals and four assists vs. Lehigh (3/11) … tied career high with five goals and added an assist for six points against Colgate (3/13) … had six points for the third straight game with two goals and four assists at Penn (3/17) … honored as the Ivy League Player of the Week on March 19 after seven goals and five assists in two games … fourth game in a row with six points against with two goals and four helpers vs. Cornell (3/24) … tallied two goals against Princeton (3/31) … three goals and three assists at Brown (4/4) … two goals and two assists at Duke (4/8) season-high seven points on three goals and four assists vs. Albany (4/11) … notched a hat trick at Massachusetts (4/14) … had a goal and assist vs. Dartmouth (4/18) … equaled career high with five assists vs. Harvard (4/21) … scored a goal against Maryland (4/28) in the season finale.

    As a sophomore at Yale (2000): Led the Bulldogs in scoring with 46 points as he also led in goals with 31 and tied for second on the club in assists with 15 … his 31 goals equaled the school record for goals in a season by a sophomore … selected to the All-Ivy League team as well as the All-New England team … was a 2000 Academic All-American … Elis went 8-5 … scored a goal in every game except for one and tallied a point in all 13 games, all of which he started … tallied at least three points on eight occasions and at least two 10 times … began the year with two goals vs. Drexel (3/4) … notched four goals vs. No. 1 Syracuse (3/11) … had a goal and assist vs. Colgate (3/14) … assisted two goals vs. Penn (3/18) … recorded a hat trick at Cornell (3/25) … had two more goals at Princeton (4/1) … scored vs. Brown (4/5) … three goals and a helper vs. Rutgers (4/8) … three points, including two goals vs. Boston College (4/12) … posted a career-high nine points with four goals and five points vs. Albany (4/15) … those nine points set the school record for points in a game by a sophomore … four goals and an assist at Dartmouth (4/19) … sixth hat trick of the year vs. Harvard (4/22) ... closed the year with six points on two goals and four assists at Maryland (4/28) … had 13 goals and 16 points against Ivy League opponents.

    As a freshman at Yale (1999): Played in all 13 games, starting 10, as the Bulldogs went 7-6 … posted 19 goals and added five assists for 24 points … also grabbed 24 groundballs ... set career high with five goals in his first college game against Drexel (3/6) ... named Ivy League Rookie of the Week as he scored two goals and added an assist against Cornell (3/27).

    Before Yale: A four-year letterwinner at Unionville High School in Kennett Square, Pa., playing for coach Buddy Meredith … high school lacrosse All-American in 1998 … earned first-team all-league honors on four occasions … named to the All-Pennsylvania State first team as a senior and second team as a junior … captured the 1997 lacrosse league championship … served as team captain in 1998 as he earned team MVP honors … also named named team MVP as a sophomore in 1996 … also lettered three years in soccer.

    Personal: Brian Gregory Hunt … born March 6, 1980 in White Plains, N.Y. … son of Mary and Greg Hunt … brother of Beth (25) and Kyle (19) … father Greg was a lacrosse standout at Cornell … brother Kyle played football at Amherst … graduated from Yale with a bachelor of arts in economics … is in Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business studying business and management.

    
    Career Statistics
    Year	GP/GS	G	A	Pts.		EMG		GB	Pen
    1999	13/10	19	5	24		2		24	1/1:00
    2000	13/13	31	15	46		5		23	0/0:00
    2001	13/13	28	30	58		4		27	5/3:30
    2002	Injured (Broken Ankle)
    2003	16/14	21	10	31		2		21	4/2:30
    Totals	55/50	99	60	159		13		95	10/7:00
    

    Career Highs Goals: 5 vs. Drexel (3/6/99) & vs. Colgate (3/13/01) Assists: 5 vs. Albany (4/15/00) & Harvard (4/21/01) Points: 9 vs. Albany (4/15/00) Multi-Goal Games: 32; Multi-Point Games: 39, Hat Tricks: 15 Point-Scoring Streak: 40 games from April 7, 1999-March 25, 2002

    Career Game-By-Game 1999 (at Yale) Date Opp. G-A-P 3/6 Drex. 5-1-6 3/13 Syr. 0-0-0 3/16 Colg. 2-1-3 3/20 Penn 0-0-0 3/25 Corn. 2-1-3 4/3 Prin. 0-0-0 4/7 Brown 3-0-3 4/10 Rutg. 2-0-2 4/14 BC 1-1-2 4/15 Tow. 1-0-1 4/21 Dart. 1-1-2 4/24 Harv. 1-0-1 5/1 Md. 1-0-1

    2000 (at Yale) Date Opp. G-A-P 3/4 Drex. 2-0-2 3/11 Syr. 4-0-4 3/14 Colg. 1-1-2 3/18 Penn 0-2-2 3/25 Corn. 3-0-3 4/1 Prin. 2-0-2 4/5 Brown 1-0-1 4/8 Rutg. 3-1-4 4/12 BC 2-1-3 4/15 Alby 4-5-9 4/19 Dart. 4-1-5 4/22 Harv. 3-0-3 4/28 Md. 2-4-6

    2001 (at Yale) Date Opp. G-A-P 3/3 Drex. 2-2-4 3/11 Leh. 2-4-6 3/13 Colg. 5-1-6 3/17 Penn 2-4-6 3/24 Corn. 2-4-6 3/31 Prin. 2-0-2 4/4 Brown 3-3-6 4/8 Duke 2-2-4 4/11 Alby 3-4-7 4/14 Mass. 3-0-3 4/18 Dart. 1-1-2 4/21 Harv. 0-5-5 4/28 Md. 1-0-1

    Career Highs Bolded



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