|Career Statistics||2014||2015|| 2016
Career: Played in 63 career games with 43 starting assignments at close defense … Finished his career with 77 ground balls and 30 caused turnovers … Four-time ACC Academic Honor Roll … Two-time All-ACC Academic Team.
2017: Started all 18 games on close defense … Corralled 24 ground balls and eight caused turnovers … Key part of defense that ranked first in the ACC and 12th nationally with a 8.39 goals against average … The 8.39 goals allowed per game was the lowest by a Duke team since 2009 … Picked up at least one ground ball 15 of the 18 games … Had a season-best three ground balls in victory over Notre Dame (4/8) … Compiled seven ground balls and two caused turnovers in four ACC games … Recorded a caused turnover in eight games … All-ACC Academic Team … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2016: Played in 18 games with six starting assignments on defense … Picked up 20 ground balls … Recorded six caused turnovers … Corralled three ground balls in wins over Marquette (4/22) and Boston University (5/8) … Collected two ground balls and helped hold Notre Dame (4/29) to just nine goals in ACC Semifinal win over the Irish ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2015: Started 18 games on close defense … Led all close defensemen with 30 ground balls and 15 caused turnovers … Picked up at least on ground ball in 16 of 18 outings … Collected a season-high four ground balls in ACC win over Virginia (4/12) to clinch a spot in the ACC Tournament … Grabbed three ground balls four times, including in the ACC semifinal victory over No. 1 Notre Dame (4/24) … Forced four turnovers at Mercer (2/15) … Had two caused turnovers in loss at No. 1 Syracuse (3/22) … Had at least one caused turnover in 11 games … All-ACC Academic Team … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2014: Played in nine games with one start on close defense … Picked up three ground balls and registered one caused turnover … Had a ground ball at Loyola (3/9) and in wins over Syracuse (3/23) and Rutgers (4/19) … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Prep: A star defenseman for Jack Moran at Chaminade … Selected as an Under Armour All-American in 2013 after helping lead Chaminade to CHSAA Championship … Also voted to the Newsday All-Long Island Second Team and to the CHSAA all-league squad … Named the 2012 CHSAA Defenseman of the Year after Chaminade went 16-2 … Helped anchor a defense that allowed just 10 goals once in 2012 and once again the following season … Named to the 2012 Warrior 40 squad … Also played football … Voted to 2012 Newsday All-Long Island First Team … Voted the 2012 CHSAA Championship Defensive Player of the Game in the CHSAA title game.
Personal: Son of Paul and Noelle Dunne.