As a Senior (2000): Started all 18 games he played in ... notched one goal and four assists on the season … one of the team's strongest defenders on the offensive side of the ball, he played both midfield and back … a big presence on headers, which he used his height (6-1) to get above most players … usually served the ball on corners with a very accurate ball to the center of the net ... fed Chris Cleary for the game-winner against Georgetown in overtime in the BIG EAST Quarterfinals ... recorded his first assist of the season after serving a corner ball for Casey Schmidt's goal at Providence ... scored his first-career goal on a penalty kick against Dartmouth … recorded an assist on a throw in on Brian Mollo’s goal in the finals of the BIG EAST tournament ... was forced to sit out the Seton Hall game on Sept. 16 after receiving two yellow cards in the match against Providence and sat out the UConn game after reaching the overall five yellow card limit after a caution on Oct. 7 at West Virginia.
As a Junior (1999): Saw action in 16 games, starting all 16 … played in and started all 11 BIG EAST matches … registered one assist on the season on Casey Schmidt's first goal against Boston University (Sept. 28) … earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
As a Sophomore (1998): Played in and started 15 matches … registered three assists … recorded 21 shots … two of his three assists came on game-winning tallies … assisted on Brian Mollo’s goal in a 2-1 win over Hartford … set up the first goal in a 3-0 win over UMass-Lowell … notched one assist in a 3-0 BIG EAST win over Pittsburgh … earned BIG EAST academic all-star honors.
Before BC: Played in the midfield for FK Jerv in the Norwegian second division.
Personal: Enrolled as a general management major in the Carroll School of Management … Sjur is the younger of Anne and Oyvind Gundersen’s two children ... born May 20, 1976.