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Height: 5'11"
Weight: 200
Year: Graduate
Hometown: Wantagh, N.Y.
High School: Chaminade


 Career Statistics   2015   2016  2017   2018


2017: Started all 18 games between the pipes … Team Captain … All-ACC … USILA All-America Honorable Mention … Recorded a career-best 8.81 goals against average and a .519 save percentage … Led the ACC in save percentage and goals against average … Backstopped the defense to a 8.39 goals against average to lead the league and rank 12th nationally … Made double digit saves in seven games … Collected a season-high 14 saves in 15-7 victory over No. 12 Loyola (3/11) … Named ACC Defensive Player of the Week following performance against the Greyhounds … Stopped 12 shots to help Duke to 11-8 win against No. 3 Notre Dame (4/8) to earn second ACC Defensive Player of the Week honor … Compiled 11 saves in triumph over Virginia (4/15) … Followed that with a 13-save performance in win at Marquette (4/22) … Garnered his final ACC weekly award on heels of victory over Golden Eagles … Picked up 31 ground balls … Collected a career-high five ground balls in victory at Georgetown (3/18) … Added four ground balls to his 12 saves versus the Fighting Irish … All-ACC Academic Team … ACC Academic Honor Roll. 

2016: Started all 19 games in goal … Finished the season with a 9.97 goals against average and a .515 save percentage … Made double digit saves in eight games … Had 12 saves in the ACC Semifinal win over Notre Dame (4/29) … Stopped a season-high 17 shots in the ACC Championship loss to Syracuse (5/1) … Was voted to the ACC All-Tournament Team honors after posting 29 saves and a .690 save percentage in the two games … Recorded 13 saves in the regular season win over Virginia (4/17) … Also had two ground balls and a caused turnover against the Cavaliers to lock up the ACC Defensive Player of the Week honor … Made 12 stops in consecutive games against North Carolina (4/1) and Notre Dame (4/10) … Collected 14 saves in a win over Lehigh (2/14) and against Harvard (3/5) … Finished the season with 30 ground balls and five caused turnovers ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2015: Played in 16 games with nine starting assignments between the pipes … Finished the season with a .489 goals against average and an 11.76 goals against average … Registered double digit saves in eight of his 10 starts … Made his first career start at North Carolina (3/29) … Stopped 13 shots in the 60 minutes of action and had two ground balls … Tallied a career-high 18 saves in win over ACC foe Virginia (4/12) to clinch a spot in the ACC Tournament … Also had two ground balls against the Cavaliers and was named the ACC Defensive Player of the Week for his effort … Made 12 saves in ACC semifinal victory over No. 1 Notre Dame (4/24) … Played the full 60 minutes five times … Posted 11 saves, two ground balls and one caused turnover in NCAA Tournament loss to Ohio State (5/9) … ACC Academic Honor Roll. 

2014 Football: Played on special teams in wins over Tulane and Kansas.

2014: Redshitrt season ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.

Prep: A two-year letterwinner for Jack Moran at Chaminade High School … A two-time Catholic High School Athletic Association Goalie of the Year … Selected to the 2013 Under Armour All-America squad … Named all-league, first team All-Long Island as a senior … Team captain as a senior … Voted the CHSAA Championship game Most Valuable Player … Posted a .653 save percentage with a 15-2 record as a junior … Finished his senior campaign with a .652 save percentage and a 15-2 overall record and the CHSAA Championship … Lettered three seasons in football and was a three-time all-league pick and voted team captain as a senior … Wrested two seasons … Won the CHSAA State Championship at 195 pounds as senior and took fifth at 189 as a freshman … Was a member of the National Honor Society.

Personal: Son of John and Denise Fowler … Has three brothers, Brendan, Jack and Vincent … Father played football at Villanova … Brother Brendan is a senior for the Duke men’s lacrosse team and played three seasons of Duke football... Brendan was named the 2013 NCAA Championship Most Outstanding Player and a first team All-American.

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