16 Colin Dunster
16 Colin Dunster
Height: 6-0
Weight: 190
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Cos Cob, Conn.
High School: Greenwich
Position: M
Major: Undeclared

As a junior: Started all 19 games in the midfield for the Bulldogs in 2013 ... Paced the Bryant offense, leading the team in goals (34), points (48), man-up goals (7), game-winning goals (2), shots (146) and shots on goal (66) ... Finished fourth on the team in assists, with 14 ... Scored nine hat tricks on the year, including three straight against Drexel, Albany and Harvard ... Notched four tallies in back-to-back games against Quinnipiac and Robert Morris at home, both serving as the game winner ... Scored a goal in 13-of-19 contests and at least one point in 15-of-19 ... Set new single-season program records for shots and shots per game ... Also set the top two single-game program marks for shots, with 17 at Drexel and 15 against Albany ... Tied his career best with six points against Robert Morris in the NEC Championship Game at home May 4 (2g, 4a) ... His four assists against the Colonials tied for 10th in the single-game rankings ... Picked up 37 ground balls and two caused turnovers on the season ... Earned a Northeast Conference Player of the Week nod ... All-NEC First Team selection ... NEILA All-New England First Team pick ... Ranks in the program's all-time top-10 in man-up goals (t-6th), shots (7th), shots on goal (8th), goals scored (9th) and is tied for 12th in career points entering his senior season.

As a sophomore: Started all 18 games in a breakout sophomore season for the Black and Gold ... Led the team in points and goals with 50 and 36, respectively ... Ranked fourth in the NEC and tied for 41st in the nation in goals per game (2.00) ... Also ranked seventh in the conference in points per game (2.78) ... Added 14 assists on the season, good for third on the squad ... Scored at least one goal in 16-of-18 contests with nine multiscore games ... Recorded a point in all but a single outing ... Led the team with six hat tricks on the season, including a career-high five-goal, six-point game at Albany on March 17, where he also netted the game winner ... Fired a team-leading 122 shots in 2012, averaging 6.78 per game (third-most in the NEC) ... Paced the Bulldogs with six man-up tallies, good for second most among conference competition and eighth in Bryant's single-season record book ... Added 23 ground balls and four caused turnovers to a stellar offensive performance ... NEC Offensive Player of the Week nod ... Collected a number of postseason accolades, including an NEC First Team selection, NEC All-Tournament Team nod and NEILA All-New England Second Team pick.

As a freshman: Appeared in all 17 games, earning a start on the road against Hobart ... Scored four goals on the year, including two against Wagner ... Fired 25 shots ...  Added six ground balls.

Before Bryant: A 2010 graduate of Greenwich High School, where he was a four-year varsity letterwinner and three-year starting midfielder for the Cardinals ... First team all-state and All-FCIAC selection in 2010 ... Senior captain and 2010 High School All-American ... Named team MVP as a senior ... Paced Greenwich in goals, assists and total points as a junior and senior ...  Connecticut Senior All-Star Game participant ... Named 2010 Greenwich High School Male Athlete of the Year ... Led team to FCIAC championships as a freshman and senior (first-ever in school history) ... Chosen for the 2010 MSG Varsity All-Star Team ... Earned All-FCIAC and all-state second team honors as a junior ... Helped Cardinals to program’s best-ever record as a sophomore as the team went 18-3 ... Also a two-year varsity letterwinner in football, where he earned all-state and First Team All-FCIAC selections as a senior ... Named Greenwich High School’s Scholar-Athlete as a senior ... Four-year Cantor House scholar ... High honor roll member as a junior and senior.

Personal: The son of William and Debra Dunster, Colin Sterling Dunster was born March 13, 1992 ... Father played football at Rutgers University ... Has one sister, Anne, and two brothers, Shawn and Jim, who currently plays lacrosse for North Carolina.

5 at Albany (March 17, 2012)
Assists: 4 vs. Robert Morris (May 4, 2013)
Points: 6, twice (last vs Robert Morris, May 4, 2013)
Ground balls: 4, five times (last vs. Robert Morris, May 4, 2013)
Caused turnovers: 1, six times (last vs. Robert Morris, May 4, 2013)