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Height: 5'9"
Weight: 180
Year: Junior
City/State: Chevy Chase, Md.
High School: Landon
Experience: 2 Letters


Preseason Second Team All-America choice ... returning starting midfielder ... explosive goal scorer ... has started every game since arriving at Duke (41) ... enters senior season with career totals of 31 goals and 21 assists.

2006: Started all eight games ... scored four goals and handed out three assists ... ranked tied for seventh on the team in scoring with seven total points ... scored a season-high three goals against Holy Cross (3/7) ... registered 12 ground balls on the year.

2005: USILA Second Team All-America pick after scoring 16 goals with 13 assists ... started all 20 contests ... ranked sixth on the team in scoring with his 29 total points ... scored a career-high four goals in Duke’s 12-10 victory at North Carolina (3/19) and earned ACC Player of the Week honors for his efforts ... in the ACC Tournament semifinals against the Tar Heels (4/29), contributed two goals and two assists in a 13-11 Duke win ... produced a career-best six points on three goals and three assists versus Fairfield (5/13) in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament ... logged three goals and one assist against Butler (2/19) and one goal and three assists at Johns Hopkins (4/8) ... had four man-up goals and 17 ground balls.

2004: All-ACC honoree after finishing fifth on the team in scoring with 16 points on 11 goals and five assists ... lone rookie to be named to the all-league squad ... Duke’s Co-Rookie of the Year honoree with Matt Danowski ... started all 13 games ... goal total ranked fourth on the team while his man-up goal count of three was tied for third on the club ... posted a season-high five points on three goals and two assists against North Carolina (3/20).

2003 ILF U-19 World Championships: In the summer of 2003, joined future Duke teammates Matt Danowski, Kyle Dowd, Glenn Nick, Bret Thompson and Matt Zash on the gold medal-winning U.S. team at the International Lacrosse Federation Under-19 World Championships in Baltimore.

Prep: Four-year letterman at Landon ... three-time all-state selection ... member of two national championship teams ... an all-state pick in hockey ... also played football ... one of four Landon graduates on the 2007 Duke roster.

Personal: Son of Barbara and Larry Lamade ... born April 22, 1984 ... brother, Ted, played lacrosse at Virginia and Georgetown.

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