2013: Mundorf earned his seventh-straight MLL All-Star and third-straight all-MLL selection after scoring 23 goals with 18 assists for 41 points despite playing an injury-plagued 11 games for Denver... His 18 assists led the Outlaws and tied for sixth in the league.
2012: Played in 12 games for the Denver Outlaws…Led the team with 32 goals, 27 assists, and 59 total points. Had 104 shots with 66 shots on goal…Finished second in the MLL in goals and was fourth in the MLL in assists…Named as the 2012 Bud Light MLL Season Most Valuable Player…The all-time leading scorer in Denver Outlaws history, Mundorf has scored 206 career goals with 100 assists in 79 career games.
2011: Played in 11 games with the Outlaws...Led the team with 45 points, 30 goals, and 15 assists...Recovered 23 groundballs...Played in 1 playoff game, scoring 1 goal and 1 assist for a total of 2 points as well as 1 groundball.. Named Lacrosse.com All-MLL Team for attackman...Played in his fourth MLL All-Star game, representing Team Warrior…contributed 1 goal, 3 assists, and 2 groundballs.
2010: Played 11 games with the Outlaws and tied for the team lead with 22 goals on a team-high 83 shots (38 on goal)...Added 16 assists to finish with a team-best 38 points...Scored 4 power-play goals, netted 2 game-winning goals and picked up 15 groundballs...Earned MLL Offensive Player of the Week honors after scoring 4 goals and adding 1 assist vs. Chicago (8/7).
As a senior, Mundorf ranked ninth nationally in points per game (3.80 peg) and moved into 12th place on the University of Maryland Baltimore County all-time scoring list with 137 points (84 goals, 53 assists)...Ranks fifth all-time amongst UMBC’s Division I scorers, and his 57-point single season was the 13th-best in school history...Finished third in the America East Conference in points per game, third in assists per game and fourth in points per outing...Became the University of Maryland Baltimore County's first USILA All-American (honorable mention)since 2000...Was the first UMBC athlete in any sport to earn Player of the Year honors in the America East Conference...Scored at least four points in UMBC’s first seven games...Netted three goals and added an assist in opener vs. national runner-up Duke...Posted 3-3-6 vs. Ohio State...Tallied three scores and added a helper vs. the eventual national champion Johns Hopkins Blue Jays...Set a season high in goals (5) and points (8) against Canisius...Recorded back-to-back five-point efforts at Maryland (2-3-5) and in the America East opener vs. Vermont (3-2-5)...Contributed a career-high five assists (2-5-7) in win over Quinnipiac…Was held off the scoreboard for the first time in 25 games (at Maryland, 2003) when Binghamton shut him off and double-teamed him on April 13, 2005...Scored 33 goals and added 15 assists as a junior to finish with 49 points...Finished second in the America East Conference and 15th nationally in both goals and points...Tied for the team lead with five extra-man goals and led squad with a pair of game-winning goals (Quinnipiac, Loyola)...Scored 4 goals vs. Delaware and 3 each vs. Hartford, Quinnipiac, Vermont, and Albany (playoffs)...On April 21 vs. Loyola, he set career bests in goals (7) and points (9)...Totaled 22 goals with 11 assists for 33 total points...Registered the most points by a UMBC first-year player since 1997...Scored in his first eight collegiate games...Recorded his first four-goal game in a 14-7 win over Dartmouth and was credited with the game-winning goal in that contest.
Mundorf attended Mount Saint Joseph High School in Baltimore...Earned FIL All-World Team honors after the United States defeated Canada to claim the 2010 World Championships...Played for Australia during the 2006 World Lacrosse Championships...Mundorf's pregame ritual includes eating a peanut butter sandwich...Brendan Mundorf was born on July 27, 1984 in Ellicott City, MD.
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