Hunter Brunelle new article content ... Hunter Brunelle (born January 17, 2000) is a former American professional lacrosse player for the Rochester Knighthawks of the National Lacrosse League. He holds the record for the most career points in the North American Lacrosse Association with 400 and the most career goals with 225. He shared the 2016, and 2017 N.A.M.L.A MVP Trophy with Newton's Chase Scanlon. He won the scoring title for eleven consecutive seasons.
Hunter grew up in the Baldwinsville, NY, one of the four children of Christain and Elizabeth Brunelle. He began playing lacrosse from a very early age as lacrosse carries significance throughout his life. He attended Jordan-Elbridge High School where he was an All-American in football, lacrosse, and cross country. He posted 61 goals, and 21 assists his Junior year of lacrosse. He amassed 126 tackles, 7 interceptions, 1,026 yards, and 6 touchdowns his last season of football.
On September 28, 2016, Hunter was drafted 13th overall in the 2016 NLL draft by the Rochester Knighthawks. Hunter was the youngest player to ever be drafted in the National Lacrosse League (16 years old).
Playing for coach Dustin Hill for the Onondaga Redhawks, Hunter led the Redhawks to 4 straight NAMLA championships. Brunelle in 2017 finished the 11 game season with 71 goals and 67 assists. Brunelle was named MVP of the 2017 North American Mens Lacrosse Association season.
As a player for the United States U18 national lacrosse team in the 2016 World Lacrosse Championship, Hunter helped the Amemricans place third, their best-ever result in international field lacrosse competition.
Hunter played for the U.S.A national indoor lacrosse team at the 2017 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship. The Americans won the silver medal, falling to Canada in the final match on September 27, 2017.
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