Four-year contributor for Delaware • three-year letterwinner who will be a key member of Blue Hen offensive attack once again • has played in 25 games with seven starts and recorded three goals, three assists, and 18 shots.
Played in 17 games and started in four contests • scored a career-high with three goals and recorded a career-high three assists on the season • tallied a career-high 16 shots on the season with his season-high of four shots coming in Delaware's CAA regular season title clinching 2-1 victory against Elon • the senior's goal in the Blue Hens' win over Elon prooved to be the game-winner • had a career-high three points in UD's 4-0 win over Drexel • Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Week (Nov. 3).
Saw action in seven games as a reserve forward as a junior • registered three points with one goal and one assist • scored in the first game of the season against UNLV (Aug. 30) and dished out an assist at Seton Hall (Sept. 10) • had five shots • named to Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll • part of team that set a school record for wins in a season (14-5-1) and made its second trip to the NCAA Tournament in three years for head coach Ian Hennessy • led a Delaware offense that ranked No. 2 in the nation with 2.25 goals per game.
Played in 11 contests, starting at the forward positions five times • scored two goals and passed out a single assist to register five points • scored the game-winning goal against CAA opponent UNCW on Nov. 2 • recorded a season-high five shots on Nov. 2 against UNCW • scored other goal vs. Navy and added lone assist vs. Duke • team went 4-11-3 under Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal.
Played in seven games with one start at forward as a freshman • tallied his first collegiate point with an assist on Oct. 29 at UNCW • had six shots • helped the team enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the CAA Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament after an opening round win at Virginia.
Four-year starter at William Penn High School where he played for head coach William Nuneville • named first team All-State • selected to Academic All-Conference team • earned honor roll status.
Kyle Brandon Bruno • son of John Summers and Karen Bruno • honor student as a business management major at Delaware • selected Delaware because of great location and academics • enjoys playing basketball in his free time • lists high school coach, William Nuneville, as biggest influence for inspiring him to become a better person every time he steps on the field • has worked as a security guard at a pool and a camp counselor during the summer.
Points: 3 vs. Drexel (10/29/14)
Goals: 1 vs. six different teams
Assists: 1 vs. six different teams
Shots: 5 vs. UNCW (11/2/12)