Men's Lacrosse

Conor Prunty   30
Conor  Prunty


Yorktown Heights, NY

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Height / Weight:
6-1 / 190




  • First Team All-MAAC selection
  • Appeared in all 17 games and ranked second on the Saints with 37 points
  • Tallied three hat tricks and posted 11 multi-point games
  • Scored a point in all 17 games
  • Posted season-highs of four goals and five points in MAAC Semifinals win over Canisius (5/1)
  • Scored game-winning goal against Marist (3/15)

  • First Team All-MAAC selection
  • Led the MAAC in scoring with 50 points and ranked tied for third in the conference in both goals (31) and assists (19)
  • Appeared in all 17 games on the Saints' first midfield unit
  • Named MAAC Offensive Player of the Week (2/11) after scoring four goals at #4 Johns Hopkins (2/8)
  • Scored four goals including the game-winner with less than a minute to go in the Saints' upset victory over #10 UAlbany (4/23)
  • Scored a career-high six points in MAAC Championship Game vs. Detroit (5/5)
  • Tallied a point in all 17 games and posted seven four-plus point games
  • Scored five man-up goals

  • Appeared in all 16 games
  • Led all freshman on the team with 21 points on 10 goals and 11 assists
  • Added 11 groundballs
  • Posted a pair of two-goal games and five multi-point performances
  • Contributed three man-up goals
  • Scored a season-high four points in games vs. Canisius (4/14) and UAlbany (4/24)

  • A four-year starter at Lakeland
  • A two-time All-American, and an All-League honoree in multiple seasons
  • Selected to try out for the 2012 U.S. Men's National Under-19 team
  • Also started at quarterback on Lakeland's football team for three years, earning All-League First Team selections after every season

  • Son of Peter and Robin Prunty
  • Younger brother, Brian, also plays for the Saints
  • Nephew of former Siena Women's Basketball star Michelle Collins
  • A Finance major who chose Siena for the potential to excel in the classroom and on the lacrosse field

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