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- Ranked as the #32 freshman in the nation by Inside Lacrosse in 2015.
- Academic All-Big Ten selection for second consecutive year.
- Played in all 15 games as JHU's top short-stick defensive middie for the second straight season.
- Totaled one goal, eight ground balls and four caused turnovers on the year.
- Had a career-high three caused turnovers in a 14-13 overtime win against Loyola and came back with a goal a week later in a 13-5 win at defending national champion North Carolina.
- Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors.
- Played in all 15 games as Johns Hopkins' top shortstick defensive midfielder.
- Totaled two goals, one assist, 20 ground balls and four caused turnovers on the year.
- Tied for 10th on the team with 20 ground balls and tied for eighth in caused turnovers.
- Scored first career goal at UMBC and added another in overtime road victory at 14th-ranked Penn State.
- Tallied first career assist in NCAA Tournament game at Brown.
- Played in 12 games as a short stick defensive midfielder while also seeing time on the wing on faceoffs.
- Made first career appearance in 16-4 season-opening win against UMBC.
- Totaled four ground balls and one caused turnover on the year.
At Boys' Latin
- Played lacrosse and football at nearby Boys' Latin.
- Led lacrosse team to an 18-0 record, the prestigious MIAA "A" title and number one national ranking as a senior.
- Helped team to MIAA Semifinals as a freshman and sophomore and runner-up finish as a junior.
- BL posted a four-year record of 63-16 during his career, including a 37-1 mark in final two years.
- Earned First Team All-MIAA in football as a junior.
- Tal Bruno.
- The son of Nate and Barbara Bruno.
- Father was a member of the track team at Marshall University.
- Majoring in writing seminars.