2009: Played in the Hokies’ first nine games as goalie before making the switch to a field player … Posted a 3-5-2 record between the pipes, earning 42 saves … Had his most notable shutout victory over then-No. 16 NC State … Clocked 921 minutes in goal … Scored two goals and notched an assist on the field … Scored the Hokies’ only goal against Virginia, which went on to win the NCAA Championship … Recorded 11 shots.
2008: Posted six starts in net for the Hokies ... Made 22 saves ... Recorded a win and a tie ... Had a 2.47 goals against average and clocked 509:31 minutes ... Recorded first minutes of his career as a field player against Xavier ... Scored first career goal against Clemson ... Registered first assist against George Washington ... Tallied two goals and two assists on the season totaling six points.
2007: Started seven matches while participating in nine games for Tech ... Posted five wins while making 28 saves for the Hokies ... Compiled an .875 save percentage in the victory over St. John’s ... Allowed just one goal in 107:53 of action in win against then-No. 19 Clemson ... Made eight saves against Virginia Commonwealth.
2006: Posted eight starts in 12 games ... Had three wins … Recorded two shut outs on the season including one against then-No. 3 Duke … Allowed 1.42 goals per game with a .741 save percentage … Tied for ninth in the ACC with two shut outs and 2.67 saves per game … Placed 10th in the conference with a 1.85 goals-per-game average.
Club: Four-year starter for the New Rochelle Raiders ... Guided the team to a No. 3 finish at the 2005 nationals ... Four-time winner of the ENY state championship ... Region I champion in 2005.
High School: Played the forward position at Fordham Prep, helping guide the school to its first-ever undefeated regular season and a berth in the N.Y. Catholic state final ... Named to first-team All-NYC.
Personal: Born July 24, 1988, in Greenwich, Conn. ... Son of Brian and Kathy Dunn ... Majoring in marketing.