Student Assistant Coach
Height: 5'4"
Hometown: Seaville, N.J.
High School: Ocean City


  • NFHCA All-America Team (Second Team - 2013)
  • All-ACC Team (First Team - 2013)
  • NFHCA All-Mid Atlantic Region Team (First Team - 2013)
  • All-American (First Team - 2013)
  • All-ACC Academic Team (2013)

International Experience: Named to U.S. Senior National Team in June 2013...named to U.S. Under-21 team for 2011-12 season.

As a senior in 2013: Saw action in 23 of 24 games this season and started in 22...named to NFHCA All-America Second Team, All-ACC First Team, NFHCA All-Mid Atlantic Region First Team...played second half vs. #20 New Hampshire and notched a save (Aug. 31)...started at Temple and notched two saves vs. three shots faced (Sept. 1)...earned a career-high 10 saves at #8 Old Dominion as Terps played a player down for most of the second half (Sept. 6)...picked up two saves in first half vs. Columbia (Sept. 14)...defense helf Miami (Ohio) scoreless (Sept. 15)...notched a shutout vs. Michigan (Sept. 22)...notched three saves in 3-2 win at #9 Boston College (Sept. 27)...had three stops in 4-1 win at #7 UMass (Sept. 29)...made five saves, including three in the second half in a 2-1 OT win at #3 North Carolina (Oct. 5)...notched six saves in Terps' 3-1 win over #9 Princeton (Oct. 11)...along with defense, notched fifth shutout of the season at American (Oct. 13)....made six saves in Terps' 2-1 overtime win over #4 Syracuse (Oct. 18)...made six saves in game vs. #15 Old Dominion (Oct. 20)...picked up five saves in 4-1 win over #5 Virginia (Oct. 27)...picked up seven saves in 63 minutes in 5-1 win at #7 Duke (Nov. 2)...had three saves in 3-2 overtime win over #8 Duke in ACC Semifinals (Nov. 8)...had two saves, both in final minutes as #3 UNC was up a player, in 2-0 shutout win in ACC Championship win (Nov. 10)...member of 2013 ACC Championship team...received the Sabrina Salam Award at the team's annual banquet, an honor given to an upper classman that demonstrates an elite level of quality of life academically, socially, athletically and spiritually while exemplifying a championship lifestyle...named to All-ACC Academic Team.

As a junior in 2012: Started in goal in 21 games...notched at least three saves in 12 six saves in Terps' double overtime win at #11 Stanford (Aug. 26)...notched five saves vs. #3 Old Dominion (Aug. 31)...had four saves in Terps' win at #14 Wake Forest (Sept. 22)...made six saves in game at #7 Virginia (Sept. 28)...had four saves a few days later at #4 Princeton (Oct. 2)...notched two saves vs. #24 Duke (Oct. 6)...had two saves to preserve win at #8 Old Dominion (Oct. 12)...notched a career-high nine saves and played all 77 minutes in Terps' overtime thriller vs. #1 North Carolina (Oct. 20)...Terrapins held the Heels scoreless off 13 penalty corners and two of her saves came in the final 25 seconds of regulation to force overtime...nabbed three saves vs. American (Oct. 22)...started in ACC Semifinal vs. #6 Virginia and notched three saves (Nov. 2)...had eight saves in ACC Championship game vs. #1 North Carolina (Nov. 4)...picked up three saves in Terps' win over #4 Connecticut in the NCAA Second Round (Nov. 11)...had five saves in Terps' NCAA Final Four game vs. #2 Princeton (Nov. 16).

As a sophomore in 2011: Started in five games and saw action in 10 so far this year...notched a new career-high four saves vs. Princeton (Sept. 27)...played the overtime period at No. 8 Boston College (Sept. 16)....notched four saves vs. No. 9 Michigan (Sept. 4)earned third career shutout and first of the year at Temple (Aug. 29)

As a freshman in 2010: Started five games and saw action in six in goal...recorded two shutouts in her first two starts, vs. Villanova (Aug. 29) and against New Hampshire (Sept. 11)...did not allow a goal in an appearance vs. Louisville (Oct. 30)...recorded three saves against New Hampshire (Sept. 11), at Michigan (Oct. 3) and against Delaware (Oct. 17)...member of 2010 ACC and NCAA Championship team.

Before Maryland: Played in goal all four years at Ocean City High won two South Jersey championships and two Cape Atlantic titles...2009 team won state title...named first team All-League All-South Jersey in 2008 and 2009...twice named second team All-State...2009 South Jersey Goalie of the Year...played for Spirit of USA from 2004-2009...also played lacrosse in 2007, 2008 and won Cape Atlantic League in 2008 and 2009.

Personal: Natalie Hunter...parents are Charles and Roxanne Hunter...has three sisters, Melissa, Gwendolyn, who played field hockey at William & Mary and Rachel, who played field hockey at Ohio State...chose Maryland because she loved everything about the school, the academics, team, coaches, campus and facilities...wears the same bracelet every day and the same necklace during every game.

Saves: 10, at #8 Old Dominion (Sept. 6, 2013)

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