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Nakeie

Montgomery

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#15

Midfielder
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 200
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Dallas, Texas
High School: Episcopal School of Dallas

Bio

 Career Statistics   2018  2019    

2018: Played in 19 games with five starting assignments in the midfield … Finished the season with 14 goals and two assists for 16 points … Eighth on the team in points and second among rookies … Came on strong in the NCAA postseason … Scored eight goals in the NCAA Tournament, including a hat trick in the NCAA semifinal win over Maryland (5/26) … Also recorded a hat trick in the first-round win over Villanova (5/12) … Scored twice in quarterfinal victory against Johns Hopkins (5/20) … Scored his first career point with an assist in the season-opener against Air Force (2/3) … Tallied his first career goal, netting two in the loss at Penn (2/24) … Recorded three goals and an assist in the four ACC games.

Before Duke: A four-year letterwinner at Episcopal School of Dallas ... A four-time all-district selection  ... USILA All-American in his sophomore, junior and senior seasons ... Garnered Under Armour All-American recognition in 2017 ... Helped lead Episcopal School of Dallas to the state title as a freshman ... Team captured the conference crown all four years ... Amassed 317 points in his scholastic career ... Registered a career-best 107 his junior campaign and had 83 as a senior ... Named the MVP  of the South Team at the Under Armour All-America Underclass game as a sophomore ... Also was a standout running back on the football field ... Broke the school record for rushing touchdowns with 31.

Personal: Son of Deandre Montgomery and Caravhoni Punch ... Has one sister ... Father played football at Texas Southern University alongside Michael Strahan, formerly of the New York Giants ... Born May 26, 1999 in Houston, Texas. 

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