|Career Statistics||2014||2015|| 2016
2016: A starter in all 17 games for the Blue Devils … Spent time at outside back and midfield … Played a total of 1,606 minutes … Voted the team’s Most Valuable Defensive Player … Scored his first career goal in the ACC Tournament at Notre Dame (11/3) … Tallied single assists in 1-1 draw with University of San Diego (8/26) and in 5-1 win over UNC Asheville … Went the distance in 16 of the 17 games … Helped Duke to two shutouts, including the 1-0 win at No. 9 UCLA (9/2) … Provided the tying assist in a 2-1 comeback victory at NC State (9/30) … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2015: A starter in the back for the Blue Devils … Started 15 of his 17 games played … Voted the team’s Co-Defensive Most Valuable Player … Ranked sixth on the team in minutes played despite missing two games to injury … Registered three assists on the year … Had an assist in 2-1 win over No. 10 Elon … Also notched assists at Davidson and Notre Dame ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2014: Played in four games … Registered his first collegiate point with an assist against Stetson (8/31) … Played 48 minutes overall ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Prep: Teammates with Jeremy Ebobisse on Bethesda-Olney SC Academy … Considered one of the top 150 high school seniors from the class of 2014 by College Soccer News ... A four-star recruit according to Top Drawer Soccer ... Started 24 of 25 games for Bethesda this season … Helped team to the top of the Eastern Conference and playoff berth with a 26-2 record … Team allowed just 27 goals in 28 games … Invited to the US Under-15 National Team Camp in Carson, Calif. In 2010 … An All-Region I selection … Anchored the defense of Olney Rangers to the 2012 Maryland State Cup and to the Region I semifinals … Team qualified for the National Championships after going 6-0-1 in their National League division … Traveled to Mexico to play with the U-14 US National Team … Played two seasons of high school soccer at Mount St. Joseph High School.
Personal: Son of Philip and Patricia Manley ... Born April 29, 1996.