Hunts Honor Roll
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 Marylands 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