|High School:||Saint Paul's School|
As a sophomore: USILA Third Team All-America ... Tewaaraton Award Semifinalist ... NEC Defensive Player of the Year ... All-NEC First Team ... NEILA All-New England First Team ... NEC All-Tournament Team ... Baltimore Sun National Player of the Week ... Four-time NEC Defensive Player of the Week ... Lacrosse Magazine Midseason All-America First Team ... Inside Lacrosse Midseason All-America First Team ... Only goalie in the nation to rank in the top-10 in save percentage (.593, fourth), goals against average (7.92, fifth) and saves per game (11.45, eighth) ... Waldt led the NEC in all three statistics ... Anchored a Bryant defense ranked fifth in the NCAA and a man-down unit ranked fourth nationally ... Set a trio of new single-season program records, making 229 saves and averaging 11.45 saves per game while winning a record 15 games ... His .593 save percentage ranks third in the single-season archives ... Started all 20 games in which he appeared, missing one due to injury ... Made 13 stops against second-seeded Syracuse in the NCAA First Round to propel the Bulldogs to the NCAA Quarterfinals for the first time in program history, earning him national player of the week honors ... Posted double-digit saves 13 times, including a season-most 17 in wins over #17 Drexel and Hartford ... Held opponents to single-digit goals in 17-of-20 contests ... Finished 15-5 overall ... Faced 714 shots on the year ... Added 44 ground balls and three caused turnovers while scoring his first collegiate point with an assist at Robert Morris on April 19 ... Enters his junior campaign already ranked fourth on the program's career saves list (374) and all-time wins list (22).
As a redshirt-freshman: Appeared in 14 games for the Bulldogs, earning 12 starts between the pipes ... Posted a 9.21 goals against average that ranked 18th in the nation ... Boasted a .562 save percentage that was good for 14th in the Division I circuit ... Both numbers were tops among all Northeast Conference goalies ... Finished the year 7-5 overall ... Allowed 113 goals in 735 minutes on the season, amassing 145 total saves ... His 10.36 saves per game rank fourth in the single-season program records ... Posted 10 double-digit save games, including a career-high 18 against Robert Morris April 6 (good for sixth in the program's single-game records) ... Added 31 ground balls and two caused turnovers ... Named the NEC Defensive Player of the Week three times and NEC Rookie of the Week once ... Named to the All-Northeast Conference Second Team ... NEC All-Rookie Team nod ... NEC All-Tournament Team pick.
As a freshman: Redshirted the 2012 season.
Before Bryant: A 2011 graduate of Saint Paul's School, Waldt was a two-year letterwinner and starter for the Crusaders ... Led to a 2010 league and state title ... Named a 2011 all-MIAA selection ... Also a three-year varsity starter in football ... BTC All-Star Game and Chesapeake Bowl All-Star Game selections ... 2010 Army All-American Combine participant ... Named an All-MIAA selection as a junior and senior ... Honor Roll and Headmaster's List student.
Personal: Son of Donna LaBadie-Waldt and Richard Waldt, Gunnar Lee Waldt was born on April 3, 1992 ... Has one brother, Kris, and one sister, Nicole ... Also plays football at Bryant.
Assists: 1 at Robert Morris, 4/19/14
Points: 1 at Robert Morris, 4/19/14
Saves: 18 vs. Robert Morris, 4/6/13
Shots Faced: 55 vs. #12 Yale, 3/1/14
Ground balls: 6 vs. #17 Drexel, 3/8/14
Caused turnovers: 1, five times (last vs. Sacred Heart, 5/1/14)
|Apr 26||Wagner||W, 15-7|
|May 1||vs. #3 Sacred Heart||W, 12-8|
|May 3||vs. #4 Hobart||W, 10-4|
|May 7||Siena||W, 9-8|
|May 11||at #4 Syracuse||W, 10-9|
|May 17||vs. #6 Maryland||L, 16-8|
|Feb 8||at Colgate||L, 7-4||1||60:00||7||11||61.1|
|Feb 16||#14/15 Bucknell||W, 12-9||1||60:00||9||16||64.0|
|Feb 22||at Hartford||W, 7-5||1||60:00||5||17||77.3|
|Mar 1||#12/12 Yale||L, 9-8||1||58:55||9||15||62.5|
|Mar 8||#17/18 Drexel||W, 12-6||1||60:00||6||17||73.9|
|Mar 11||at Monmouth||W, 12-7||1||60:00||7||7||50.0|
|Mar 15||at #13/13 Albany||W, 12-11||1||60:00||11||14||56.0|
|Mar 22||Hobart||W, 15-8||1||60:00||8||9||52.9|
|Mar 25||at Providence||W, 7-6||1||60:00||6||11||64.7|
|Mar 29||vs. Richmond||W, 9-6||1||60:00||6||5||45.5|
|Apr 2||at Sacred Heart||W, 14-5||1||60:00||5||11||68.8|
|Apr 5||at Saint Joseph's||L, 9-7||1||58:42||8||14||63.6|
|Apr 12||Mount St. Mary's||W, 9-7||1||60:00||7||7||50.0|
|Apr 19||at Robert Morris||W, 13-6||1||58:27||6||12||66.7|
|Apr 22||at Brown||L, 13-11||1||58:58||13||8||38.1|
|Apr 26||Wagner||W, 15-7||-||-||-||-||-|
|May 1||vs. #3 Sacred Heart||W, 12-8||1||60:00||8||7||46.7|
|May 3||vs. #4 Hobart||W, 10-4||1||58:35||4||14||77.8|
|May 7||Siena||W, 9-8||1||59:29||8||14||63.6|
|May 11||at #4 Syracuse||W, 10-9||1||60:00||9||13||59.1|
|May 17||vs. #6 Maryland||L, 16-8||1||55:52||15||7||31.8|