2014: Earned starts in all 23 games for the Huskies...Finished her career No. 5 in UConn history with 150 points... Also ended her four-year career with 62 total goals, the fourth highest mark in program history... A central component to the offensive effort, she attempted 74 shots with 43 on goal... Had a total of 25 points with 10 goals and five assists... Contributed to the 7-1 win over Providence College (Oct. 17) with two goals, earning her a season-best four points in that game... Scored a goal against Temple (Nov. 9) to help the Huskies win their third-straight Big East tournament title... Also tallied in the Huskies' NCAA First Round win against Kent St. (Nov 15).
2013: Started in all 25 games for the Huskies... Third Team All-American Team member... Currently ranks No. 7 in UConn history with 125 career points... Led the team and conference in goals (23) and points (52)... Finished second in the BIG EAST with 0.95 goals per game... Placed on the All-BIG EAST First Team for the third consecutive year... Selected to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-Mideast Region First Team... Attempted a team-high 125 shots, putting 81 on goal (.648)... Registered five game-winning scores... Recorded a goal against Duke in the National Championship game (Nov. 24)... Tallied a score in 16 of UConn's 25 games... Helped lead the Connecticut offense to 80 total goals for an average of 3.2 per game.
2012 Started in all 22 of UConn's games ... Led the team and the BIG EAST Conference with 41 points and tied for the team lead with 11 assists ... Finished second on the squad with 15 goals and led the team and the league with 125 shots and 70 shots on goal ... Her 15 goals was also the second-highest total in the BIG EAST and her 11 assists was tied for third in the league ... Scored three game-winning goals, which was the third-highest total on the team ... Honored as a Third Team All-American and a First Team All-Mideast Region selection by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association ... Selected to the All-BIG EAST First Team for the second-straight year ... Selected as the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week twice ... Scored multiple goals five times, including her second-career hat trick in UConn's 8-0 victory over Sacred Heart (Aug. 26) ... Recorded an assist in 10 games, including six-consecutive games from Sept. 15-30. UConn was 10-0 when Hunnable registered at least one assist ... Scored two goals in UConn's dramatic 4-3 win over No. 3 Syracuse in the BIG EAST Championship Final (Nov. 4). Hunnable's second goal broke a 3-3 tie with 16-seconds remaining in the contest and served to clinch the Tournament title ... The Huskies ended the season 8-1 when Hunnable scored at least one goal.
2011 Saw time in 20 games during her standout rookie campaign, scoring 14 goals and notching 32 points ... Her 14 goals were second on the team and her 32 points the fourth-highest total on the squad ... The fourth Husky all-time to be honored as the league's Rookie of the Year. Also earned a spot on the All-BIG EAST First Team and All-Mideast Region squad ... Finished sixth in the BIG EAST in points and fourth in goals and was twice honored as the BIG EAST Player of the Week ... Scored a career-high three goals and tallied six points in UConn's 4-0 victory over Providence (Sept. 24) ... Scored at least one goal in 10 different games and netted multiple goals in three contests. UConn was 10-0 when Hunnable scored at least one goal ... Posted the game-winning goal in her only start of the season, a 2-1 victory over Boston University (Oct. 19) ... Also scored the game-winner in Connecticut's 3-2 victory over Princeton in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (Nov. 12).
Before UConn Competed for head coach James Kingstone at the Ipswich School ... The youngest player to ever be selected to represent the First XI Culford School hockey team at age 14 ... Named Culford High School Player of the Year when she was 15 and 16 years old ... Played for the Ipswich school in 2009 and led her team to the indoor and outdoor National Finals, placing fourth ... Played for the Harleston Magpies Hockey Club at age 13. The squad reached the 2005 National Indoor Club Finals ... Competed with the Ipswich Hockey Club in 2007 and was promoted to train with the Ladies First XI at the age of 15 where she was the youngest player by four years ... The Ladies First Team sported a perfect 10-0 record during the summer of 2007 and Hunnable scored 37 goals in the nine games she played ... Competed with the First XI in the Premier League from 2007-11 and was the leading scorer last season ... Her Ipswich U18 team won the National Plate Finals in a game that saw Hunnable post a hat-trick ... Also competed for her County, Suffolk, since she was 12-years old and played all through the levels to represent England u16 and England U18 ... Named team captain of the U14, U16, and U17 teams and competed with the Senior Team at age 15.
Personal Chloe Ellen Hunnable ... Parents are Jayne and Martyn Hunnable ... A psychology major ... Born Feb. 23, 1992 in Halstead, England.