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Height: 6'0"
Weight: 160
Year: Graduate
Hometown: Holter, Norway
High School: Nannestad VGS

Bio

2018: Transfers to Duke from Radford for his final year of eligibility. 

At Radford...

2017 Season – Big South First Team…VaSID All-State First Team…Big South Player of the Week (Oct. 23)...Started all 18 matches…Logged 1,506 minutes…Finished second on team and 17th nationally with 12 goals…Tied for team lead and second in Big South with seven assists…Responsible for 31 points, ranked tied with Kieran Roberts for 10th in the country…Led Radford to eighth best scoring offense in the country, averaging 2.11 team goals per match…Finished with goals in 12 matches, including a streak of eight straight matches (Sept. 9-Oct. 7)…Assisted on both goals in 2-0 win at Winthrop (Oct. 21)…Took 61 shots, finishing with 32 on frame for a .525 percentage…Ranked 17thnationally with 1.78 shots on goal per match…Ranked 15th in the country with 0.67 goals per match…Finished career with 30 goals, ranking seventh in program history…His 70 career points ranks eighth overall.

2016 Season - Played in only 13 matches due to injuries, starting in five…Despite only play in 13 matches, totaled five goals to tie for a team best…Four goals came as game winners, best in the Big South…Scored only one goal against a Big South foe, came in Big South Tournament Championship 1-0 win over Longwood (Nov. 13)…Goal came with five minutes left in match…Assisted on game winning goal in 4-2 win over VCU (Sept. 9)...Of 21 shots taken, 10 came on goal…Logged 714 minutes.

2015 Season - Big South Freshman of the Year…All-Big South First Team…All-Big South Freshman Team…Big South All-Tournament Team…NSCAA All-South Region Third Team member…Big South Attacking Player of the Week (Oct. 27)…Appeared in 19 matches, starting 17… Led team and ranked second in Big South with 13 goals…Seven of his 13 goals were game winners, ranking second nationally…Compiled back-to-back multi-goal matches versus Liberty (Oct. 20) and Gardner-Webb (Oct. 23)…Assisted on two goals…Tallied 28 points, ranking third in conference… Finished the season ranked inside the nation's Top-25 in goals, goals per game, points and points per game…Was 1 for 1 in penalty kicks…Took 54 shots, 28 on goal.

Personal
Son of Bjorn Daehlie and Vilde Falck-Ytter...Father is a renowned cross country skier: six-time Nordic World Cup champion; claimed 29 Olympic and World Championship medals...Has one sibling, Sander...Economics major.

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