2011: Started all 22 games ... tallied six goals and 12 assists and 24 points overall ... his 12 assists led the ACC and ranked third nationally ... ranked fourth among Duke field players in minutes played at 1,899 ... registered two goals in 3-0 victory over UNC Asheville (10/25) ... compiled a goal and two assists for four points in 4-1 triumph over UNC Wilmington (9/20) ... dished out two assists in 4-1 win versus Presbyterian (9/27) and again against Elon (11/1) ... had the lone goal in Duke's 1-0 win over Georgia State (11/17) in the NCAA Tournament first round ... scored the game-winning penalty kick to help Duke advance past Clemson in the ACC Tournament quarterfinal ... named the Ronald McDonald House Charities Duke Student-Athlete of the Week after compiling three assists in a 2-0 week for Duke ... selected to the Capital One Academic All-America first team ... named to the All-ACC Academic squad...ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2010: Played in 20 games and starting 19 … led the team in assists with 11 … finished the season with 15 points overall … 11 assists were tied for the most in the ACC and ranked seventh among Division I players … registered a career-high three assists in win over Furman (10/26) … scored the game-winner goal in 1-0 win over 10th-ranked Boston College … tallied at least one point in eight games and had four multiple assist outings … provided game-winning assist in win over Sacramento State (9/5) … also had two assists against Davidson (10/5) and High Point (10/19) … registered a goal in win over Wake Forest (11/5) … ranked fourth among field players in minutes played (1,644) ... named to All-ACC Academic Team ... ACC Academic Honor Roll selection.
2009: Played in all 21 matches and started 19 …netted one goal and recorded four helpers for six points … posted his first collegiate point with an assist in the win over No. 2 Maryland … tallied his first collegiate goal against Navy (10/10) … played 1,261 minutes during the season … All-ACC Academic Team selection.
Prep: A four-year letterwinner for Jay Sacchetti at Pittsfield High School ... earned first team all-county three times and was named the county most valuable player as a senior ... helped the Generals to an undefeated regular season at 15-0-3 as a senior ... tallied 19 goals and 14 assists for 52 points his final season to lead all players in the county ... finished his scholastic career with 37 goals and 36 assists for 110 points ... led club team to Massachusetts State Cup Semifinals in 2008 and 2009 ... club team won the Massachusetts Tournament of Champions in 2002 and the Clifton Park Tournament in 2008 ... Was a member of the National Honor Society and Co-Salutatorian
Personal: Born Christopher James Tweed-Kent on April 25, 1990 in Pittsfield, Mass. ... Son of Michael and Patricia Tweed-Kent ... Has three brothers and two sisters ... Twin brother Daniel is also a member of the soccer team ... favorite athlete is Kaka.