Duke Men's Lacrosse BIO
39 Mike Rock
Career: Played in 28 career games with eight starts ... compiled a total 556 minutes between the pipes ... owns a career goals against average of 8.19 and a .503 save percentage with an undefeated 8-0-0 record ... sports a 3-0 record in three starts in NCAA Tournament action ... one of seven different Duke goaltenders to make double digit saves in a NCAA Tournament contest.
2012: Played in 11 games and earned two starts ... made 35 saves and posted a 9.19 goals against average and a .538 save percentage ... tied his career high with 12 saves in win over Harvard (3/12) ... had seven saves in regular season win against North Carolina (3/16) ... went the distance in starts against the Crimson and Tar Heels ... also had two ground balls against Harvard ... in just six minutes of action versus Colgate in the NCAA quarterfinals made two saves, two ground balls and one caused turnover.
2011: Saw time in six games and started three ... earned the start in the NCAA Tournament first round against Delaware (5/14) ... had a career-high 12 saves in the win over the Blue Hens ... became one of seven Blue Devil goaltenders to make double digit saves in a NCAA Tournament contest ... ranks ninth among Duke goalies in career saves in NCAA Tournament action (15) ... also earned starts against Mercer (3/13) and Presbyterian (4/11) ... made seven saves in 45 minutes of action against the Bears ... registered six saves in 24 minutes versus Dartmouth (3/20).
2010: Saw time in 10 games and started three times in net … posted a 5.79 goals against average and a .444 save percentage … finished the season with 12 saves … made his first career appearance in the regular season contest versus North Carolina (3/10) … made his first career start and played 22:58 versus Sacred Heart (5/9) … made three saves and allowed just one goal, while collecting two ground balls against the Pioneers … also earned starts in the NCAA Tournament versus Johns Hopkins (5/15) and North Carolina (5/22) … posted two saves in 45 minutes of action to earn the win over the Blue Jays … had one stop in 27 minutes of action in the NCAA quarterfinal game against the Tar Heels.