On Tuesday, May 14th, Megan (Moore) Dunne ‘04 was inducted into the Gunston School Athletics Hall of Fame for her remarkable achievements in lacrosse, field hockey, and basketball. An all-conference student-athlete, Dunne left her mark on Gunston's athletic program winning multiple championships. She was a recipient of the Gunston School Athletics Award and awarded the 12-Star Award, which was earned by participating in all 12 athletics seasons of her high school career.
Upon graduation, she attended Gettysburg College where her success continued as an All-American lacrosse player. After graduation, she enjoyed a successful coaching career at Dickinson, Washington and Lee, and Emerson College. "Gunston has always been a special place for me, and it's truly an honor to be joining the Athletic Hall of Fame. I'm grateful for all of the support and encouragement I had from so many wonderful coaches and teammates while there," Dunne said.
In addition to Dunne's induction to the Hall of Fame, current Gunston students celebrated the many successes of a competitive spring season. There were 11 ESIAC All-Conference recipients in boys' and girls' lacrosse and boys' tennis. Cole Evans was honored as the recipient of the 2019 ESIAC Boys' Lacrosse Player of the Year award while Marisa Pisapia earned Gunston's 12-Star Award for competing in a competitive interscholastic sport for all 12 seasons of her attendance.