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Height: 7'0"
Weight: 250
Year: Graduate
City/State: Warsaw, Ind.
High School: Christ School [N.C.]


Career Stats

• Played in 124 games in a Duke uniform, including 36 starts, and averaged 3.4 points and 3.8 rebounds
• Helped lead Duke to a 116-30 record in his four seasons, including a 97-27 mark in games in which he saw action
• Served as one of three team captains for the 2015-16 season
• Along with brothers Mason and Miles, finished as the fifth-highest scoring set of brothers in ACC history (2,461 points)
• Scored in double figures 14 times, pulled down double-figure rebounds 15 times and recorded eight double-doubles for his career
• Played in 13 NCAA Tournament games, averaging 3.2 points and 3.0 rebounds in those contests and helping Duke win its fifth NCAA Championship in 2015

• The only Duke player to start all 36 games on the season
• Averaged career highs in nearly every statistical category, including scoring (8.3), rebounds (8.6), assists (1.1), blocks (1.6) and minutes played (30.5)
• Led Duke in rebounding (8.6), blocks (1.6) and field goal percentage (.688)
• For the season, ranked fourth in the ACC in offensive rebounds per game (3.3), tied for fifth in blocks per game (1.6) and seventh in total rebounds per game (8.6)
• Nearly averaged a double-double in ACC play with marks of 9.4 points and 9.8 rebounds
• In ACC play, led the conference in offensive rebounds per game (4.2) and ranked fourth in total rebounds per game (9.8)
• Averaged 10.3 points, 7.7 rebounds and 3.0 blocks in the NCAA Tournament, shooting .867 (13-of-15) from the floor in the three games
• Led Duke in scoring three times, reaching the 20-point plateau twice, and paced the team in rebounds on 18 occasions
• Scored in double figures 12 times, had 14 games with double-digit rebounds and notched seven double-doubles
• Recorded 60 dunks on the year, tied for the fourth-best single-season total in Duke history
• Secured 119 offensive rebounds to tie for sixth on Duke’s single-season chart
• Blocked 59 shots on the year, good for 16th on Duke’s single-season list
• Scored a career-high 23 points on 9-of-10 shooting in the win over UNC Wilmington in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (3/17)
• Posted a career-high 17 rebounds twice, first against Syracuse (1/18) in a game in which he had 11 offensive rebounds and again in a win over Wake Forest (3/1)
• Blocked a career-high six shots against Kentucky at the Champions Classic in Chicago (11/17)

• Named to the All-ACC Academic Team
• Played in all 39 games, averaging 2.2 points and 2.4 rebounds while shooting .762 from the floor
• Averaged 1.8 points and 2.5 rebounds in 10.0 minutes per game in the NCAA Tournament as Duke captured its fifth national title
• Scored in double figures twice and recorded one double-double
• Credited for 18 dunks on the year, third-most on the team
• Scored a season-high 12 points on 6-of-6 shooting in a win over NC State in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament (3/12)
• Earned his first career double-double with 10 points and 10 boards in a win over Robert Morris in the Blue Devils’ NCAA Tournament opener (3/20)

• Played in 30 games, averaging 1.3 points and 2.2 rebounds in 8.5 minutes per contest
• Ranked third on the team with 36 offensive rebounds, an average of 1.2 per game
• Scored a season-high seven points and grabbed a season-high seven rebounds, all on the offensive glass, in a home win over Florida State (1/25)
• Matched his season with seven boards, including six on the offensive glass, at Wake Forest (3/5)

• Appeared in 19 contests, averaging 0.1 points and 0.6 rebounds
• Saw time in three of Duke’s four NCAA Tournament games
• Was diagnosed with a stress fracture in his left foot before the team’s first practice and missed the first nine games of the season
• Made his Duke debut in a win over Cornell (12/19) with a rebound and a block
• Scored his first career points in a home win over Wake Forest (1/5)

• Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll
• Did not see game action while redshirting the season
• Played in two of Duke’s three exhibition games against the Chinese National Team and the exhibition against the United Arab Emirates

High School
• Rated as the No. 34 overall recruit in the 2011 high school class by ESPN, as well as No. 68 by Scout and No. 79 by Rivals
• Helped lead Christ School to four NCISAA 3-A state championships
• Named to the 2011 McDonald’s All-American, where he recorded five points and eight rebounds to help pace the East to a 111-96 victory
• Honored as the 2011 Gatorade North Carolina Player of the Year after averaging 11.5 points, 10.3 rebounds and 2.3 blocks per game as a senior
• Also earned Associated Press and NCISAA 3-A all-state honors as a senior in 2011
• Posted averages of 8.6 points, 8.0 rebounds and 2.6 blocks per game as a junior at Christ School
• Teamed with former Duke guard Quinn Cook on the championship team at the 2010 adidas Nations Experience
• Played in the 2010 Albert Schweitzer International Youth Basketball Tournament in Manheim, Germany, averaging 6.0 rebounds per game

• Born Marshall Harrison Plumlee on July 14, 1992, in West Lafayette, Ind.
• Son of Perky and Leslie Plumlee
• Father played basketball at Tennessee Tech and mother played basketball at Purdue
• Older brothers Miles and Mason also played at Duke
• With all three on the Duke roster in 2011-12, the Plumlees became the first brother trio in ACC history and the third in NCAA history to play on the same Division I college basketball team
• Sister, Madeline, is a volleyball player at Notre Dame
• Grandfather, Albert Schultz, played basketball at Michigan Tech in 1944 before joining the Air Force
• Uncle, William Schultz, played basketball at Wisconsin-Eau Claire before being deployed to Vietnam
• Uncle, Chad Schultz, played basketball at Wisconsin-Oshkosh
• A member of Duke’s ROTC program; participated in an ROTC contracting ceremony on Jan. 23, 2015

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