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Height: 6'0"
Weight: 205
Year: Senior
Hometown: Chester Springs, Pa.
High School: Malvern Prep


 Career Statistics   2015   2016  2017  2018


2017: Played in 17 games as a longstick midfielder … Scored one goal … Was crucial member of defense that led the ACC and ranked 12th nationally in goals against average at 8.39 … Instrumental on the faceoff wing, helping Duke to lead the ACC and ranked 15th nationally with a .549 win percentage at the X … The goals allowed per game total was the lowest by a Blue Devil team since 2009 … Finished the season with 24 ground balls and eight caused turnovers … Had at least one ground ball in 12 contests … Tallied a goal against Jacksonville (3/13) … Collected three ground balls in five outings … Picked up three GBs at No. 1 Denver (2/18) … Also had three in ACC victory over Virginia (4/15) … Corralled three ground balls in NCAA Quarterfinal loss to Ohio State (5/20) … Recorded a single caused turnover in eight games … ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2016: Played in 19 games with 13 starts on close defense … Scored his first collegiate goal in win over Lehigh (2/14) … Ranked second on the team in ground balls with 41 … Had at least one ground ball in 15 games … Recorded 12 caused turnovers … Picked up a career-high six ground balls against High Point (2/12) and Richmond (3/7) … Had five ground balls and a caused turnover in overtime win over Syracuse (3/26) … Corralled four loose balls in overtime loss to North Carolina (4/1) … Registered three caused turnovers versus Harvard (3/5).

2015: Played in 17 games with nine starts on defense … Compiled 18 ground balls and five caused turnovers … Picked up three ground balls in wins over Harvard (2/28) and Providence (3/1) … Had at least one ground ball in 12 games … Collected two ground balls in win over Loyola (3/7) and Mercer (2/15).

Before Duke: A four-year letterwinner for John McEvoy at Malvern Prep … A three-time first team all-state and Inter-AC selection … Picked as an underclassman All-American as a sophomore and junior … Voted the Inter-AC Most Valuable Player his senior year and named as US Lacrosse and Under Armour All-American … Finished his scholastic career with 217 ground balls …. Tallied 15 goals as well as a defenseman … Helped guide Malvern Prep to a perfect 24-0 record as a senior ... Team allowed opponents to score more than six goals in just seven games his senior year … Friars went 62-18 over the course of his four seasons … Selected as the Co-Player of the Year.
Personal: son of Scott and Karen Pelton … Has one sister, Kaye … Born Feb. 19, 1996 in West Chester, Pa.
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