Stephen Brundage, who led the Greyhounds in scoring each of the last three seasons, has joined the Loyola lacrosse coaching staff as a graduate assistant coach.
Brundage wrapped up a highly-successful four-year campaign with 88 career goals and 143 career points after leading the Greyhounds with 20 goals and 11 assists in 2004. He also had a career-best 46 groundballs in 2004, leading Loyola to wins over Top-10 foes Towson and Notre Dame.
A two-time All-America at Loyola College, Brundage burst onto the collegiate scene, starting all 14 games at attack his freshman year. He had 19 goals and 30 total points and would follow that up with a team-best 26 goals and 20 assists his sophomore season, scoring in all 13 of Loyola's games.
As a junior, Brundage earned All-America honors while leading the `Hounds with eight multiple-goal games and a pair of game-winning goals. He finished his colleigiate career by starting every one of Loyola's games and will work to develop an offensive unit that will be missing his starting presence in 2005.
A native of Camillus, N.Y., Brundage went to lacrosse power West Genesee High School, where he is one of the most prolific scorers in school history. Brundage ranked second on the school's all-time scoring list and was named all-Central New York as a junior and a senior . He also played for the Wildcat varsity hockey team for three seasons, where he finished as that program's second all-time leading scorer.
Brundage will graduate with a bachelor's degree in business administration this spring.