Erin  Clune
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Erin Clune

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bainbridge Island, Wash.

High School:
Bainbridge

Height:
5-6

Position:
Attacker

GENERAL: Scores big goals in important games...Always can be counted on to provide a spark in the game...Superb attitude and mental toughness...Excellent shot and driving ability...Enters senior season as most accurate shooter in program history at 49.2%.

2008: Academic All-American Team honoree...MAAC All-Academic Team selection...Appeared in 25 games...Recorded three goals and an assist...Added three steals.

2007: Started five of 25 games played during her sophomore campaign...Set single-season program record with a .581 shot percentage...Tallied 18 goals and recorded 20 points...Honored with the Preseason Most Improved Player Award...Set a career high in goals (4) and ejections drawn (2) in the Saints win over Utica (3/18).

2006: Appeared in 27 games, starting 22 in her freshman season...Tallied eight goals and 10 assists for a total of 18 points...Shot 40% which was second best on the team...Named to the AWPCA All-Academic Team.

BEFORE SIENA: Attended Bainbridge High School where she played water polo for Jeff Clark...Won a Washington State Championship and was named her team's Most Valuable Player as a junior...Co-Captain and scored two goals in the state final as a senior.

PERSONAL: Born November 4, 1986...The daughter of Thomas and Betty Clune...Has one sister Melissa who just graduated as a student-athlete swimmer at Syracuse...Majoring in Political Science with aspirations to one day be a United States Senator...Serves as a member of Siena's Student Government, Siena's Ambassadors Program and Siena's Model UN Program...Chose Siena because of the strong Political Science program and the opportunity to compete in Water Polo.

HOWE ON CLUNE: "Erin is the definition of a student-athlete. She excels both in and out of the water and encourages everyone around her to do their best. With three years of experience under her belt I am hoping for her to have a stellar senior season."