n his second season at the helm, Dunleavy led the Eagles to a semi-final Sun Belt Conference appearance and finished the regular season tied for third in their inaugural season competing in the Sun Belt.

The Eagles concluded the 2014 season ranked in the Top-75 RPI which is the highest in program history.  The 2014 campaign also saw the Eagles enjoy the most wins since the 2002 season.  A key win over a power 5 conference opponent for the first time in 12 years early in the season propelled the Eagles to two first-team All Conference and one second-team All Conference selections.

The 2013 season was ravaged with injuries.  The Eagles earned a NSCAA Team Academic Award by maintaining a 3.4 GPA.

Prior to being named the program’s fourth head coach on June 11, 2013, Dunleavy served as the program’s assistant coach for two seasons.