• Played in all 75 games during his four years at Bryant University, where he was a senior team captain and
finished his career with 113 goals, 40 assists and 153 points.
• Left Bryant as the program’s all-time leader in shots (445) and games played (75) and the Division I
leader in career goals scored (113) and man-up goals (19).
• Selected by Denver in the fourth round (30th overall) in the 2014 MLL Collegiate Draft.
2014: Dunster saw action in six regular-season and two postseason games his rookie season and totaled five goals, one assist, six points, and four ground balls... Scored his first career goal at Cha. (6/7)... Netted two goals at Ohio (7/26).
Dunster played all four years for the Bryant Bulldogs, seeing time in all 75 games with 59 starts during that span... He started every single game his sophomore, junior and season seasons and finished his career with 113 goals, and 40 assists for 153 career points... Accounted for 19 man-up goals during his collegiate career... Recorded six hat tricks in 21 games as a senior captain... Also set a new single-season record for shots taken his senior years (152)... Graduates as the program’s all-time leader in shots (445) and games played (75) and the Division I leader in career goals scored (113) and man-up goals (19) ... Also graduated ranked in the program’s career top-10 in points (153, sixth); goals (113, fifth), goals per game (1.51, sixth), man-up goals (19, third); game-winning goals (5, sixth) and games started (59, eighth); and in the top 20 in assists (40, 13th).
Dunster was a four-year varsity letterwinner and three-year starting midfielder for the Cardinals at Greenwich High School... Earned First Team All-State and All-FCIAC honors in 2010... Was a senior captain and 2010 High School All-American... Named team MVP his senior year... Son of William and Debra Dunster... Has one sister, Anne, and two brothers, Shawn and Jim, who currently plays lacrosse at the University of North Carolina... Colin Dunster was born on March 13, 1992.
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