Junior Club: Bulleen (VIC)
WNBL Clubs: Adelaide Lightning 2010/11; Dandenong Rangers 2011 – 2013; Logan Thunder 2013 – Current.
WNBL Championships: (1) Dandenong Rangers 2012.
Bio: The Melbourne junior moved to the USA in 2006, joining Seward County Community College in what would be a memorable two years in Kansas. Cunningham won multiple conference and tournament MVP awards and would leave the school as the all-time leading scorer.
The forward transfer to powerhouse program Oklahoma State University in 2008 and would complete two seasons at the mid-America school before returning to Australia and the WNBL in 2010.
It was a brilliant debut season by Cunningham, averaging more than 11 points and 5 rebounds for the Adelaide Lightning, prompting a move back to Victoria with the Dandenong Rangers.
A WNBL Championship followed, with Cunningham outstanding in the post-season averaging 14 points per game. After missing out on back-to-back titles, Cunningham makes the move north to Logan Thunder for the new campaign.
Career Highlights: Kansas Community College Conference (KJCCC) MVP: 2007, 2008, KJCCC Freshman of the Year: 2007, All-KJCCC First Team: 2007, NJCAA Region MVP: 2007, NJCAA Region Tournament MVP: 2007, All-time leading scorer at Seward County Community College (1368 points).
|Competition||Season||M||MIN||2PM-A||1st Half H.S||3PM-A||3PT
|FTM-A||FT %||PF||Total Pts||TOT||AST||PTS|
|2015/16||2015||12||12/12/2015||4 - 6||66.7||1 - -||1||- - UC Capitals||100.0||0.8|
|2014/15||2014||23||23/10/2014||69 - 153||45.1||17 - 8||12||- - Adelaide||70.6||5.5|
|2013/14||2013||24||20/10/2013||124 - 256||48.4||44 - 5||29||- - West Coast||65.9||6.7|
|2012/13||26||02/11/2012||111 - 213||52.1||18 - 3||13||- - Logan||72.2||4.8|
|2011/12||Summer||24||04/03/2012||96 - 201||47.8||43 - 4||31||- - Adelaide||72.1||5.1|
|2010/11||Summer||22||17/10/2010||- - -||0.0||46 - 25||33||- - West Coast||71.7||5.2|