Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
2010: Second string placekicker ... also offers depth at punter ... owns a great deal of experience ... enters final season having made 15-of-23 (.652) field goals and 50-of-50 (1.000) PATs for 95 career points ... Duke’s career leader in PAT percentage ... on the school’s career charts, ranks 10th in PATs made and tied for 11th in field goals made ... active streak of 50 consecutive successful PATs is tops among active kickers in the ACC and ranks third in school history behind Sims Lenhardt (62) and Randy Gardner (59) ... has appeared in 26 career games (21 starts) ... has four career punts for 106 yards (26.5 avg.) ... on the ACC’s lists for active players, ranks fourth in career PATs, ninth in career field goals and 10th in career points.
2009: Played in seven games with three starting assignments ... started the season-opener against Richmond and in week four versus N.C. Central, then was pressed into starting role at North Carolina when Will Snyderwine was scratched from the lineup due to injury ... on the year, booted two-of-four field goals and nine-of-nine PATs ... kicked seven PATs against N.C. Central to match the third-highest single-game total in Duke history ... had two field goals at North Carolina covering 23 and 26 yards ... finished the year with 15 total points.
2008: Starting kicker in all 11 games in which Duke attempted a field goal or extra point ... was a perfect 28-of-28 on PAT attempts and 11-of-14 field goal attempts for a team-high 61 total points ... became one of only three placekickers in school history to successfully convert 25 or more PATs without a miss in a single season, joining Scott McKinney (28-of-28 in 1980) and Randy Gardner (32-of-32 in 1992) ... the 28 PATs rank tied for ninth on Duke’s single-season chart ... ranked tied for first in the ACC in PAT percentage (1.000), fifth in field goal percentage (.786), tied for seventh in field goals per game (1.00) and ninth in points per game for kickers (5.5) ... made all six field goals inside 30 yards ... recorded a season-high of eight points against both Northwestern and Navy ... made a season-high two field goals against the Wildcats and a career-long 46-yard field goal and five-of-five extra points against the Midshipmen ... was four-of-four on PAT attempts against James Madison, Virginia and Miami.
2007: Played in eight games with seven starts as the team’s placekicker ... named to the ACC All-Freshman team by Sporting News ... made two-of-five field goal attempts and was a perfect 13-of-13 on extra point attempts ... had three punts for 79 yards on the season with a long of 31 yards ... made a 40-yard field goal against Georgia Tech and was three-of-three on PAT attempts in the game for a season-high six points ... made two extra points against Miami, Wake Forest, Virginia Tech and North Carolina ... punted three times for 79 yards in the season opener against Connecticut.
Prior to Duke: Three-year letterman at St. Thomas Aquinas under Kevin Kopecky ... three-time all-league and all-county selection ... averaged 39.4 yards per punt on 23 kicks while making two-of-four field goals and 64-of-68 PAT attempts during senior season ... first team all-state pick as a junior after averaging 38.3 yards per punt and making 40-of-41 PATs ... connected on 10 field goals in 17 attempts along with 20-of-22 PATs during sophomore campaign ... holds school records for longest field goal (49 yards), most field goals in a season (10), most field goals in a career (16), most touchbacks in a season (28), most touchbacks in a career (70) and most PATs in a career (124) ... finished prep career with 172 total points ... helped team to three-year record of 27-7 with three state playoff berths ... also participated in baseball.
Personal: Son of Carol and Mark Maggio ... born February 17, 1989 ... majoring in History with a minor in Sociology.