Sophomore Year (2014): Appeared in all 19 games and made 10 starts ... finished tied for fourth on the team in points with 36 on 24 goals and 12 assists ... added six ground balls and three caused turnovers ... scored a goal at No. 6 Loyola ... tallied a goal and an assist vs. Rutgers ... had a four-goal game against No. 14 Georgetown ... lead the team with three goals and an assist at Brown ... had a five-point game in a win over No. 6 Virginia with three goals and two assists ... tallied a goal at USC ... scored twice at Columbia ... assisted on a goal in a win over Cornell ... had a four-point game with three goals and a ground ball vs. Yale ... scored twice on No. 2 Maryland ... had an assist in a win over Harvard ... caused a turnover and picked up a ground ball vs. No. 10 Penn ... had three-point games vs. both Dartmouth and No. 8 Penn State ... scored a goal, an assist and caused a turnover vs. Cornell in the Ivy League semifinal.
Freshman Year (2013): Played in all 17 games and started in 11 games ... led all freshmen in scoring with 26 goals and four assists for 30 points ... scored two goals and one assist vs. Villanova, scoring on both of her shots on goal ... scored twice against USC ... scored a free-position goal in a win over Brown ... had a hat trick against Rutgers ... scored twice in a win over Johns Hopkins ... tallied a career-high six goals vs. Columbia ... had three-points (2-1-3) in a win at Cornell ... scored twice at Yale ... scored a goal and an assist at Maryland ... converted a free-position attempt at Penn ... had a four-point game (3-1-4) against Dartmouth in the Ivy League semifinals ... named to the Ivy League All-Tournament Team ... scored once against Duke in the NCAAs.
• Ivy League All-Tournament Team
Before Princeton: A four-year letterwinner at Garden City High School ... collected 287 career points on 193 goals and 94 assists ... scored 93 goals and 43 assists as a senior captain ... helped Garden City to a 76-9 record during her four-year tenure, including two undefeated 21-0 seasons .. the Trojans were four-time New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) state champions, Long Island champions and Nassau County champions ... a two-time US Lacrosse first-team All-America and all-academic team selection ... earned Underarmour All-America honors as a senior ... named the MSG Varsity Tri-State MVP in 2012 ... earned a place on the MSG Varsity Tri-State first team as a senior and second team as a junior ... dubbed the Long Island Player of the Year in 2012 by Newsday ... named all-Long Island twice by Newsday ... Lacrosse Magazine called her the Northeast Regional Player of the Year ... twice named all-county and earned honorable mention as a sophomore ... named the NYSPHSAA state championship MVP along with earning a place on the all-tournament team ... earned a number of accolades from ESPN including: No. 2 on the Top 25 attackers list, No. 6 on the Top 100 list, Rise Underclassmen to Watch and All-America Honorable Mention ... placed on the Inside Lacrosse Rising Senior Watchlist in 2011 ... played club for the Long Island Elite ... won a gold medal in the Empire State Games ... played in two US Lacrosse Women's Division National Tournaments and two UnderArmour Underclassmen Games ... a two-time News 12/Capital One Scholar-Athlete ... a four-year letterwinner for the state champion and four-time Long Island and country championship field hockey team ... was an all-state and all-region player, drumming up as many honors in the sport as in lacrosse.
Personal: Full name is Alexandra Rose Bruno ... parents are Thomas (Villanova '85) and Janice (Susquehanna '84) Bruno ... has two younger siblings, Thomas and Michaela.
|| 6 vs. Columbia, 3/27/13
|Assists|| 2, 2x MR at Penn State, 4/26/14
|| 6 vs. Columbia, 3/27/13
|| 1, 9x MR vs. Penn, 4/16/14
|| 1, 5x MR vs. Cornell, 5/2/14