A face-off specialist ... Will be the go-to guy at the face-off X for the second-straight year ... A hard worker with a great attitude and good strength ... Plays good defense ... Will be looked upon to be a leader in '07.
2006: Appeared in all 14 games ... Ranked second on the team with 48 ground balls ... Won 143-of-266 face-offs overall (53.8%) ... Won 10-of-19 face-offs in win at Syracuse ... Won 13-of-22 face-offs, had three ground balls and recorded an assist in win over Hobart ... Won 17-of-22 face-offs and had six ground balls against Mount St. Mary's ... Won 15-of-18 face-offs and had five ground balls at Fairfield ... Scored his first career goal, won 11-of-17 face-offs and had five ground balls against UMass ... Won 13-of-20 face-offs and had six ground balls against Rutgers ... In win over Penn State to clinch ECAC title, won 12-of-23 face-offs and had four ground balls ... Won 11-of-19 face-offs and had six ground balls in NCAA Tournament win over Navy.
2005: Appeared in eight games, picking up nine ground balls ... Won 24-of-42 face-offs overall ... Won 8-of-13 face-offs and picked up three ground balls against St. John's ... Won 3-of-7 face-offs and had an assist and a groundball against Hobart ... Won 2-of-3 face-off's against Vermont ... Won 2-of-3 face-offs and picked up a groundball against Mount St. Mary's ... Won 2-of-4 face-offs and picked up one groundball against Rutgers ... Scooped up three ground balls and won 4-of-6 face-offs against Army in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Went 1-for-1 for the face-offs against Maryland in the NCAA Quarterfinals.
2004: Played in four games and saw first action as a Hoya in win over Duke ... Won 4-of-5 face-offs in win over Vermont.
High School: A two-sport letterman in lacrosse and swimming ... Chosen as All-Long Island Honorable Mention in 2003 and an all-league performer in 2002 ... Lacrosse team won league crown in 2002 and swimming team won league in 2002 and 2003 ...A member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Son of Charles Trunz (B'75) and the late Geraldine Trunz.