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Duke Returns to Midweek Action with Presbyterian Tuesday
Wednesday 10/15/2012  -  Duke Sports Information
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Game 12
Duke (4-6-1) vs. Presbyterian (3-11-0)
Durham, N.C. l Koskinen Stadium
October 16, 2012 l 7 p.m.

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Setting the Scene

  • Duke resumes midweek action Tuesday night against Presbyterian
  • The Blue Devils are 4-6-1 and are coming off of a hard-fought loss to No. 1 Maryland this past Friday
  • Duke is 1-1-0 in Tuesday night games this year, beating Georgia Southern and losing at UNC Wilmington
  • Presbyterian comes to Durham with a 3-11-0 record and most recently fell to Liberty 2-1 

The Series History

  • Duke is 2-0-0 against the Blue Hose since the series started in 2009
  • The Blue Devils have outscored Presbyterian 10-1 in the two games, including a 4-1 win last season 

Tale of the Tape




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Duke by the Numbers
49 - Wins at Duke for head coach John Kerr in his four-plus seasons at the helm
1012 - Minutes played by freshman Zach Mathers, the lone Blue Devil to play every minute this season
18-3-2 - Duke's record in Tuesday night games under head coach John Kerr
10 -  Goals Duke has scored against Presbyterian in two games
0.40 - Assists per game for Ryan Thompson this season, tops among all rookies in the ACC
4 - Goals Duke has scored off of corner kicks this season
3 -  Goals allowed by Duke in the first half this season
16 - Career shutouts by James Belshaw, including three this season
14 - Points by Duke center backs Sebastien Ibeagha and Zach Mathers this season
56-10-5 - All-time record against current Big South Programs, including 2-0-0 against Presbyterian

Last Time Out
Duke lost a hard-fought battle to top-ranked Maryland 2-1 Friday night ... The Terps scored first before Nat Eggleston equalized for the Blue Devils ... Maryland went ahead 2-1 with a late goal in the first half, marking the first time Duke had trailed at the half all season and held off the Blue Devils in the second half.
Scouting Presbyterian
Presbyterian comes into Tuesday's game with a 3-11-0 record and a recent 2-1 loss to Liberty ... The Blue Hose have wins over Longwood, Georgia Southern and UNC Asheville ... Ignacio Monchetti leads all scorers with three goals and two assists for eight points ... Byron Quinatoa has five point from two tallies and an assist, while Josh Carter has two goals as well ... In goal, Tyler Beadle has played all but 31 minutes and sports a 2.32 goals against average and a .742 save percentage with 92 saves for the year.

Duke Defense Provides Scoring Punch
Duke center backs Sebastien Ibeagha and Zach Mathers have combined to score 14 points this season with five goals and four assists ... Ibeagha has five tallies and one assist, while Mathers has assisted on three goals ... Right back, Chase Keesling has one assist to push the points total to 15 by Duke defenders.

Young Blue Devils Contributing Offensively
The Blue Devils have received 23 of their 36 points this season from either freshmen or sophomores ... The talented group of underclassmen have combined for six goals and 11 assists, including three game-winning scores.

Tuesday Night Soccer
Duke is 1-1-0 this season in Tuesday night non-conference contests and is an impressive 18-3-2 all-time under head coach John Kerr in Tuesday evening games ... The Blue Devils' last loss on a Tuesday night match was 2-1 setback at
UNC Wilmington earlier this season, the first since Oct. 6, 2009.

Last Time They Met
Three different players registered goals to lead Duke to a 4-1 victory over Presbyterian in 2011. Freshman Nick Palodichuk led the way with two goals as the Blue Devils scored four unanswered for the win...Junior Andrew Wenger and freshman Nat Eggleston added goals in the victory and Jan Trnka-Amrhein made three saves in goal.

Follow Duke on Twitter
The Duke men's soccer team is on Twitter ... Fans can follow @Duke_MSOC for in-game updates, pictures from Duke's travels and more.

Next Up
Duke will play the first of its final two ACC games Friday, Oct. 19, with Boston College visiting Koskinen Stadium ... Duke then hosts Davidson at 7 p.m., the following Tuesday.

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