Born on April 3, 1992, Gunnar Waldt is a Lacrosse player from Freeland, Maryland. He attended Saint Paul’s School and then went for graduation to Bryant college.
After graduating from Saint Paul’s School, Waldt became a starter for the Crusaders and even became a two-year letter winner. In addition, he was named in All-MIAA selection both in his junior and senior years. Besides being an excellent lacrosse player, Gunnar was a Headmaster’s list and honor roll student.
As a redshirt freshman in college in 2012, Gunnar appeared in 14 matches for the Bulldogs. He earned 12 starts between the pipes. Waldt was named the NEC Rookie of the Week once and NEC Defensive Player of the Week thrice. Also, Waldt was named to the NEC All-Rookie Team, All-Northeast Conference Second Team, and NEC All-Tournament Team.
As a sophomore in college, Waldt led the rankings in all three defensive statistics: goals-against average, save percentage, and saves per game. He was also the four-time NEC Defensive Player of the Week, Baltimore Sun National Player of the Week, NEC Defensive Player of the Year, and named to the NEC All-Tournament Team.
Then in his junior year, Gunnar Waldt was named in the All-NEC First Team, USILA Third Team All-America, NEILA All-New England Second Team, and NEC All-Tournament Team, to name a few. He was also honored with some fantastic titles, including four-time ECAC Defensive Player of the Week and four-time NEC Defensive Player of the Week.
In his senior year of college, he was again named to the All-NEC Second Team, USILA All-America Honorable Mention, NEILA All-New England Second Team, and USILA Preseason Third Team All-America, among many. He was also held in high respect as the four-time NEC Defensive Player of the Week and four-time ECAC Defensive Player of the Week.
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