2013 Honorable Mention All-Ivy
2013 Ivy League Tournament All-Tournament Team
2013: Honorable mention All-Ivy ... Team captain … Appeared in 17 games, making 16 starts … Second on team with 35 points … Scored at least one goal in 12 games … Registered five multi-goal games … Scored in back-to-back games to start the season against Drexel (2/23) and North Carolina (3/1) … Scored a career-high seven points against Yale (3/16), including a career-high four assists … Seven points tallied against the Bulldogs was the most in a single game by any Penn player in 2013 … Scored at least three goals in three consecutive games (4/6-4/17) … Went for three goals and an assist at Columbia (4/6) … Scored three goals, including the game winner, against Dartmouth (4/12) … Tied career high with four goals against Princeton (4/17) to help clinch an Ivy title ... Scored four goals in Ivy League Tournament championship game against Dartmouth (5/5) ... Named All-Tournament in ILT ... Scored twice and added two assists against Virginia in first round of NCAA Tournament (5/10) ... Finished career with 101 career points, the 18th player in Penn history to reach that 100 career points.
2012: Appeared in 16 games, starting each one ...Made season debut at No. 2 North Carolina (3/3), scoring twice ... Scored four goals in back-to-back games, first against Rutgers (3/7) and again versus Harvard (3/10) ... Tallied six total points against the Crimson, including the game-tying goal with 1:06 left in an eventual 14-13 win in overtime ... Also had five draw controls in the win over Harvard ... Dished out two assists to go with one goal against No. 13 Georgetown (3/21) ... Scored twice at No. 18 Cornell (3/24) ... Won three draws and added two ground balls against Columbia (4/1) ... Notched a hat trick at No. 17 Princeton (4/25) as Penn clinched an Ivy League title ... Scored three times at Loyola in the NCAA Championship first round (5/13).2011: Started all 17 games ... Ranked second on team with 30 points ... Scored 21 goals, third-most on team ... Had 18 caused turnovers, second-most on squad ... Went 6-for-9 on free positions, tied for second on the team ... Scored at least one goals in 15 games ... Recorded five multi-point games ... Opened season with a hat trick against Drexel (2/26) for first career multi-goal game ... Followed up with two goals against No. 3 North Carolina (3/5) ... Scored once and added two assists at Harvard (3/12) ... Caused four turnovers while picking up two ground balls and scoring once at Rutgers (3/16) ... Caused three turnovers and won two draws against Yale (3/19) ... Posted a four-point day at Columbia (4/3), including three assists ... Scored two goals and added an assist against No. 16 Dartmouth (4/16) ... Second goal of the game was the game-winner against the Big Green, coming with 3:01 to play ... Recorded four draw controls against No. 15 Princeton (4/20) ... Notched hat trick against No. 4 Duke (4/29) ... Scored twice and added an assist in Ivy League Tournament semifinal against Princeton (5/6) ... Recorded four draw controls and scored once in NCAA Tournament game at Duke (5/15).
High School: Scored 171 goals and 100 assists in career ... First team All-America ... Globe and Herald all-scholastic ... Three-time South sectional semifinalist ... South sectional finalist senior year ... Captain as a senior ... Two-time Bay State first-team all-star ... Bay State second team as a sophomore ... Played for Mass Elite club team ... Also lettered in soccer and ice hockey ... Participated in Youth Action Council ... Four-year honor roll student.
Personal: Daughter of Cathy and Lloyd Bunting ... Father played football and lacrosse at Brown ... Grandfather, Lloyd Bunting, was four-time All-America at Johns Hopkins and was elected to National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1975 ... Has one sister, Abby, who plays women's lacrosse at Brown ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Why Penn? "I loved the campus when I visited for the first time and the Arts and Sciences school gives me many opportunities to explore and cultivate my interests. I am also looking very much forward to getting better and learning from a top lacrosse program and excellent coaches."