13 Bunny Dickson
13 Bunny Dickson
Height: 5-4
Year: Senior
Hometown: Millbrae, Calif.
High School: Notre Dame Belmont HS
Position: F
2006 (Junior):
A season beset with injury kept Bunny from tallying a goal in 2006, marking the first time in her career that the Tigers' forward did not score. Despite the injuries, Dickson played in 17 of the 18 contests during her junior season while starting 12 games. While on the field, Dickson was able to post two assists for the year as she setup game-winning strikes in both 1-0 wins against Colorado College on September 1 and Gonzaga on September 10. During the year, Bunny took 36 shots with a season-high seven shots coming against Portland State to open the season. 2005 (Sophomore):
Dickson emerged as the Tigers' top offensive scorer in 2005 in just her second season of action. Playing in 17 games while starting 15, Bunny notched a team-high six goals on the season and added two assists to tie for the team lead with 14 points. Dickson showed why she is one of the most feared scorers in the conference as she led all attackers with five goals during the conference season. For her play during the conference season, Bunny earned her first All-Big West Conference selection as she was named to the second team after her sophomore season. In addition to her postseason honors, Dickson earned the Tigers' only conference Player of the Week honors in 2005, after notching both of Pacific's game-winning goals against Cal State Northridge and UC Irvine during the week of October 10-16. Dickson's goal against the Matadors came off of a penalty kick, marking the first penalty kick goal for the Tigers since the 2003 season. 2004 (Freshman):
The second-leading scorer in her first year of play, Bunny finished the season with seven points on three goals and one assist. Bunny notched her first collegiate goals in the Tigers' 5-1 win over Nevada on Sept. 5, starting and ending the scoring for Pacific, finishing the game one short of a hat-trick. She added her third goal of the season on Sept. 12 as she notched a game-tying goal at Drake that preserved the Tigers' season long six-game unbeaten streak. In addition to her scoring, Dickson notched her first assist for the Tigers against the University of Northern Iowa on Sept. 3, finishing the Nike Invitational with five points, earning her a spot on the all-tournament team. High School:
Bunny attended Notre Dame Belmont High School in Belmont, Calif., where she was a four-year letterwinner in soccer. During her career with the Tigers, Bunny led her team to four straight West Catholic Athletic League championships and two straight CCS Division II championships. She was a two-time NSCAA All-Far West High School Team player and was named to the all-league first team in three of her four seasons. Club Team:
Dickson has been a mainstay of the California State and Regional Olympic Development Program (ODP) teams and has been a National Pool Player since 2000. Her club team, the De Anza Sharks, are four-time California state champions. Personal:
Born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, she is the daughter of Hugh and Mimie Dickson. Bunny has one older sibling, Shah. She plans to graduate with a degree in communication.