PENN STATE CAREER
2010 (Junior): Selected First Team All-ALC...Named IWLCA First Team All-West Region...ALC Academic Honor Roll...Academic All-Big Ten...Started all 17 games for the second consecutive season...Named to womenslacrosse.com Honor Roll (3/29) after tallying two assists in win over Lafayette (3/24) and a season-high two goals and one assist in victory over William & Mary (3/28)...Recorded two assists in dominating 14-3 win versus Temple (5/1)...Led the team in ground balls (38) and caused turnovers (19) and ranked second in draw controls (32).
2009 (Sophomore): ALC Academic Honor Roll...Academic All-Big Ten...Started all 17 games, establishing herself as a cornerstone of the Penn State defense in 2009...Ended the season second on the team in ground balls (32) and draw controls (31) and third in caused turnovers (17).
2008 (Freshman): Played in 16 games and started six...Led the freshman class in ground balls with 19 and draw controls with 22...Scored two goals in 19-4 win over Cincinnati (4/18)...Collected five caused turnovers.
Named Baltimore Sun Second Team All-Metro and First Team Baltimore County, Baltimore Examiner First Team All-Metro, Baltimore/Washington Regional High School All-Tewaaraton Team, and an IAAM A Conference All-Star as a senior at St. Paul's School for Girls in Brooklandville, Md...Led the Gators to IAAM A Conference Regular Season Championships in 2004 and 2005 and IAAM A Conference Tournament Championships in 2004 and 2006...Earned a total of 10 varsity letters in lacrosse (4), soccer (4), and basketball (2)...Varsity lacrosse captain in 2007 and soccer captain (2004-06)...Voted an IAAM B Conference All-Star in soccer (2004-06)...As a senior, won the Green Key Award, was a senior peer educator, and named to senior yearly high honor roll...Played with the Skywalkers club team in Baltimore.
Margaret Helen Dunbar was born on September 15, 1988 in Towson, Md. to parents Kevin and Martha Dunbar...Has two brothers, Bobby and Michael...Grandfather, Dick Hall, played major league baseball, spending most of his 16-year career with the Baltimore Orioles.