Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Career: A two-time All-American ... finished as the NCAA Runner-up in 2009 and captured fourth-place honors in 2010 ... posted a 79-18 career record to rank fourth in Duke history with a .814 win percentage.
2009-10: Duke's leader at heavyweight ... earned second consecutive NCAA All-America honor ... finished fourth at the NCAA Tournament ... captured his second ACC title at heavyweight ... finished the year with an 18-2 overall record and a 5-0 mark in dual matches ... went undefeated during the regular season ... took first place at the Hokie Open and Keystone Classic ... named the ACC Wrestler of the Week after winning the Hokie Open ... posted three falls on the year.
2008-09: 2009 NCAA Runner-Up at heavyweight ... became Duke's first All-America wrestler ... ACC Champion at heavyweight ... Voted Duke's Most Outstanding Wrestler ... Won four tournament titles and never took lower than third ... Posted a 31-3 overall record and 4-0 mark in dual matches ... Took home his first tournament title at the Wolpack Open ... Earned top honors at the Hokie Open and Navy Classic and took second at the prestigious Reno TOC ... Finished third at the Southern Scuffle ... Opened the season with 18 straight wins ... Ranked as high as fifth during the season ... Defeated the No. 4 and No. 1-ranked wrestlers in the NCAA Tournament ... His 31 wins is tied for eighth in Duke single season history ... Missed the middle of the season due to injury ... Registered a 5-3 record against ranked opponents.
2005-06: Posted an overall record of 11-6 in his sophomore year at 197 pounds ... finished with a team best 6-2 mark in the ACC ... finished third at ACC Tournament ... also competed at the Southern Scuffle.
2004-05: Posted a 10-7 mark in his freshman season ... finished first in the VMI Keydet Invitational and third in the UNC Pembroke Open ...
Prep: Was a four-year letterwinner at St. Peter’s Prep, earning all-county honors twice ... posted a high school mark of 92-19, recording 25 pins his senior year ... also lettered in lacrosse ...
Personal: Born January 23, 1986 ... son of Jaroslaw and Iwona Dudziak ... Poland Open under 21 national champion and FILA European Championships under 21 runner-up in 2005.