2008: Appeared in six games due to injury...defense allowed just three goals in his six games...recorded one shot on goal against Davidson ... played in 56 games for his career, tallying three goals and an assists for seven points.
2007: One of only two players to start all 20 games for Duke ... led the team in minutes played by over 100 with 1,820 played ... scored two goals and registered one assist for five points ... took six shots ... first on the team in shot percentage (.333) ... scored the Blue Devils’ first goal in a 2-1 double overtime win over No. 16 Maryland on 9/22 ... scored second goal of season against Alabama A&M on 11/4 ... assisted Duke’s second goal in 2-0 win at Davidson on 10/31.
2006: Started 17 games and played in 20 ... seventh on the team with 1,524 minutes played ... scored a goal in the Davidson game on 10/11 ... took three shots overall ... integral part of the Duke defense that only allowed 19 goals in 23 games and recorded nine shutouts
2005: Drew starts in each of the first five games of the season and played in nine games overall ... tallied 563 minutes, playing every minute in the Blue Devils’ first four contests.
Prep: A member of the 2004 NSCAA Youth and EA Sports All-America teams ... was named to the All-Star team at the prestigious adidas Elite Soccer Program (ESP) ... has been a member of the Region IV Olympic Development Program and Super-Y Regional Olympic Development Program teams ... named the Oregon State Class 4A Player of the Year as well as the Metro League Player of the Year in 2004 ... led his Jesuit High School team to an NSCAA Top-25 National Ranking all season in 2004 ... was also a standout kicker on Jesuit’s top-ranked football team, which lost in the state semifinals.
Personal: Born Graham Andrew Dugoni on November 24, 1986 in Portland, Ore. ... son of Jim and Claire Dugoni ... father is a 1976 graduate of Duke ... has two sisters, Caroline (24) and Charlotte (17).