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.
2014 SEASON (GAME BY GAME)
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)