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PLB COMMITTED Q&A: ABBY DUNN

CHESAPEAKE (MD) SENIOR MIDFIELDER

COMMITTED TO MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY

ABBY DUNN #2

PEACE LACROSSE BLOG: What made you choose Marymount University?

ABBY DUNN: I fell in love with the campus and family feel of the team. They also have an amazing Forensic Science program and connections with the FBI for internships!

Awards and Accolades

Scholar Athlete Award, Minds in Motion Award, AP Scholar with Distinction, National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society.

PLB: How has the COVID-19 Pandemic affected you?

AD: Covid-19 has allowed me to weigh each of my college offers and choose the college that best suited me. I also found time for myself and was able to grow as both a person and a teammate.

PLB: How would you describe your recruiting process? 

AD: My recruiting process was lengthy, but easy. My club coach, Sonny Jones, walked me through each step and was there beside me the entire time. I wouldn’t have been able to do it without his support.

PLB: What kind of stick do you play with?

AD: STX CRUX 600

PLB: Favorite Quotes that You Live By?

AD: “And here you are living, despite it all” -Rupi Kaur

PLB: What do you want to be when you grow up? And Why?

AD: I want to be a Behavioral Analyst for the FBI or CIA. I love to get inside the minds of others, and I want to analyze abnormal behavior in criminals. 

PLB: Once Coronavirus is over where would you like to visit?

AD: I would love to visit Ireland and backpack through Europe. I have family in Ireland that I’d love to visit and stay with.

PLB: What do you do for fun?

AD: For fun I enjoy going to the beach, hanging out with my friends, paddle boarding, playing guitar, and spending time with my family and cousins. 

PLB: Favorite Song currently?

AD: December 1963 by The Four Seasons

PLB: Favorite Food? 

AD: Extra Sharp Cheddar Cheese!

THANK YOU'S

Coach Sonny Jones, my parents, and my supportive teammates. 

By Peace Report Lacrosse Blog

Written and edited by Tom Peace. Peace is a national high school writer. Peace has been in the broadcasting and journalism field for over 15 years.

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