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Height: 5'8"
Weight: 170
Year: Senior
City/State: Duxbury, Mass.
High School: Duxbury


2010: Started all 20 games on attack … USILA All-America second team … All-ACC selection … voted to the ACC and NCAA All-Tournament teams … chosen as Duke’s Senior Student-Athlete of the Year … Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award Finalist … selected third in the Major League Lacrosse Draft … became first Duke lacrosse player to earn ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America first team honors … a USILA Scholar All-America pick … one of 10 nominees for the Tewaaraton Trophy … led the nation with 68 goals and was second nationally behind fellow attackman Ned Crotty with 82 points … part of the first attacking trio in Duke history to have all three attackmen with at least 70 points … broke the Duke single-season goals record, while his 68 tallies rank fourth in NCAA single-season history … ranked second nationally in points per game (3.4) and sixth in points per game (4.1) … set the NCAA record for scoring streak, netting at least one point in 66 consecutive games … registered a nation’s-best 15 hat tricks on the year … tied the Duke single-game goals and points record with eight goals and 11 points against Sacred Heart (5/9) … posted at least four goals in nine contests … compiled 13 points in the four NCAA Tournament games … tallied the game-winner with 12 seconds left in the NCAA Tournament semifinal win over top-ranked Virginia … finished with four goals against the Cavaliers in the NCAA semifinal … dropped in three goals in NCAA quarterfinal victory over North Carolina … also led the team with 10 man-up goals … scored five-plus points in seven outings … picked up at least one ground ball in 17 games … corralled a season-high eight loose balls in win at Loyola (3/13) to go with his four goals and two caused turnovers … finished his career ranked second in Duke and NCAA lacrosse history with 199 career tallies … ranks fourth all-time in Duke history with 236 career points and is one of nine Blue Devils to reach the 200-point mark … an All-ACC Academic selection.

2009: Started all 19 games at attack … USILA All-America third team … All-ACC selection … named to ACC All-Tournament team … captured ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America second team recognition … led Duke in goals (46) and ranked second in points (57) … ranked 13th in the nation in goals per game (2.42) … tallied at least one goal in all 19 contests to push his scoring streak to 46 games … registered at least three points in 11 games … paired with Ned Crotty to be the top scoring tandem in the nation with 135 points … helped lead Duke to its third straight ACC Tournament title with two goals and two assists in the pair of contests … scored a season-high six goals against Holy Cross (3/3) … registered five goals and an assist in win over Yale (3/8) … posted four markers in upset of No. 1 Virginia (4/24) … registered two goals in NCAA Quarterfinal against North Carolina … tallied three goals and an assist in the NCAA Semifinal against Syracuse … scored his 100th career point in the season opener against Bucknell (2/14) … registered his first multiple assist outing versus Dartmouth (3/28) … led all attackmen with 46 ground balls … had at least one ground ball in 18 games and picked up a season-high six versus Georgetown (3/21) …  led the ninth-ranked man-up offense with 10 scores … totaled three extra-man goals against Yale … All-ACC Academic Team.

2008: USILA Third Team All-America selection ... All-ACC choice ... ACC All-Tournament pick ... ESPN The Magazine Third Team Academic All-America honoree ... started 19 games ... posted 61 goals and eight assists ... the 61 goals matched the 13th-highest single-season total in NCAA history ... finished second in the country in goals scored per game (3.21) and 13th in points per game (3.63) ... in the ACC, ranked second in goals per game, third in points per game, fourth in man-advantage goals per game (0.47) and tied for fourth in game-winning goals (3) ... paired with Zack Greer (65) to become the first set of teammates in NCAA history to each score 60 or more goals ... also combined with Greer to form just the third set of teammates to score 50+ goals in the same season, joining Mike French (63) and Jon Levine (50) of Cornell in 1975 and Matt Danowski (50) and Greer (57) in 2005 ... formed the third-highest point-producing trio in NCAA history with 261 combined points with Danowski (97) and Greer (95), trailing only Jim Weller (98), Chris Corin (83) and Lee Vosburgh (84) from Massachusetts (1981) and Mike French (97), Eamon McEnearney (96) and Jon Levine (69) from Cornell (1975) ... tallied three or more goals in 12 games ... produced a career-high seven tallies in Duke’s 19-9 win over Virginia (4/12) ... in the victory over the Cavaliers, added one assist and 10 ground balls to earn ACC Player of the Week accolades ... scored at least one goal in all 19 games ... had six goals against North Carolina (3/15) and five-marker outings versus Loyola (3/8) and Ohio State (5/18) ... helped the Blue Devils to their second straight ACC Tournament championship with four goals, two assists and 13 ground balls in wins over North Carolina (4/25) and Virginia (4/27) ... had 10 total points on nine goals and one assist in three NCAA Tournament games ... alongside Danowski and Greer, became just the second attack unit in league history to have all three members garner All-ACC honors, joining Virginia’s group of Doug Knight, Michael Watson and Tim Whiteley who received all-conference accolades in 1996 ... helped Duke’s offensive unit lead the nation in scoring offense (15.2) and scoring margin (+7.9) while establishing new NCAA single-season team records for goals (304) and total points (482) ... named to the Academic All-ACC team for the second straight season.

2007: Played in all 20 games, starting the final six ... finished fifth on the squad in scoring with 28 points on 24 goals and four assists ... goal total ranked tied for seventh in the ACC ... scored at least one goal in 10 of the last 12 games of the year ... posted three goals in the ACC Tournament, with two coming in Duke’s 12-9 championship game win over Virginia (4/29) ... in four NCAA Tournament games, compiled nine points on seven goals and two assists with multi-goal games versus Providence (5/12), North Carolina (5/20) and Johns Hopkins (5/28) ... scored a season-best three goals against both Air Force (5/6) and North Carolina (5/20) in the national quarterfinals ... added an assist against the Tar Heels for a season-high four total points ... logged eight multi-goal outings on the year ... named to the ACC All-Academic Team.

Prep: Four-year letterman at Duxbury under coach Chris Sweet ... member of state championship teams in 2004, 2005 and 2006 ... led squad to four-year record of 96-4 ... three-time All-America selection ... had 93 goals and 63 assists during senior season as team posted a 25-0 record ... recorded five goals and four assists as Duxbury defeated Xaverian, 14-7, in the 2006 Massachusetts state championship game ... named the state’s Player of the Year for lacrosse in both 2005 and 2006 by The Boston Globe ... established the national high school record for career points with 577, breaking the previous standard of 553 set by Casey Powell of Carthage, N.Y. ... one of three players in national high school lacrosse history to amass 500 or more points joining Powell and Jim Connolly (523) of North Andover, Mass. ... recorded one goal, one assist and four ground balls to help the North team to a 17-14 victory over the South unit in the 2006 Under Armour All-American Lacrosse Classic ... also lettered three seasons in ice hockey, helping Duxbury to the 2005 state title.

Personal: Son of Julia Chuslo and Rob-Roy Quinzani ... born March 20, 1988.

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