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Van de Ven

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Height: 5'10"
Weight: 180
Year: Senior
Hometown: Dallas, Texas
High School: Dallas Jesuit


 Career Statistics   2014   2015  2016


Career: Played in 54 career games as a defensive midfielder … Recorded two assists … Picked up 27 ground balls … Registered two caused turnovers … Three-time ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2017: Played in all 18 games at defensive midfield … Helped Duke defense to an ACC-leading 8.39 goals against average … The 8.39 goals allowed per game average was the lowest for a Duke team since 2009 … Recorded a career-high matching three ground balls in win over ACC foe Notre Dame (4/8) … Picked up one ground ball in NCAA Tournament first round win at Johns Hopkins (5/13) … ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2016: Played in 19 games on the defensive midfield … Recorded one assist … Picked up 22 ground balls … Key member of clearing game … Handed out an assist against North Carolina (4/1) … Picked up three ground balls against Jacksonville (2/27) and at Notre Dame (4/10) … Had at least one ground ball in 13 games … Registered a caused turnover in NCAA Tournament first round game at Loyola (5/14).

2015: Played in 13 games … Registered an assist against Providence (3/1) … Picked up a ground ball against Harvard (2/28). 

2014: Saw time in four contests.

Prep: A four-year letterwinner for Chris Surran at Jesuit College Preparatory School … A four-time all-state selection as a midfielder … Registered 78 goals and 50 assists for 128 points his final two seasons … Also captured all-district honors in each of his four scholastic seasons … Selected as the team’s Most Valuable Offensive Player all four years and voted the team’s overall MVP his sophomore through senior years … Picked as an All-American runner-up in 2012 and 2013 … Led Rangers to 16-2 record as a junior and to a 61-15 record over the course of the four campaigns … Chosen as Texas Top 99 MVP three times … Captured MVP honors at Denver Shootout … Selected to Warrior 40 … Also played football for three years … Named UIL 9-AAAAA newcomer of the year in 2011 and the team’s offensive MVP as a junior … Was a member of the National Honor Society.

Personal: Son of Michael and Cindy Van de Ven … Has one brother Kyle Van de Ven.

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