Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
2011: Played in 19 games and started 16 at left back ... played the entire game nine times and finished the season with 1,538 ... missed the final three games of the year to injury ... helped lead Duke to five shutouts for the year ... named to the Capital One Academic All-America second team ... also selected to the All-ACC Academic Team...ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2010: Played in all 20 games and started four … played a season-high 72 minutes in the NCAA Tournament second round at South Carolina … was on the field for 65 minutes in Duke’s NCAA Tournament win over Coastal Carolina … registered a season-high three shots against the Chanticleers ... ACC Academic Honor Roll selection.
2009: Saw action in all 21 games and earned seven starting assignments …recorded three goals and two assists for eight points in 617 minutes of action…tallied first collegiate goal at No. 16 Virginia to lead Duke to victory in the second overtime …named ACC Player of the Week after netting the deciding goal against the Cavaliers … registered two goals against Virginia Tech, including the game winner.
Prep: A four-year letterwinner for Jay Sacchetti at Pittsfield High School ... captured all-county honors as a sophomore and junior and earned first team recognition his final season ... helped lead the Generals to an undefeated regular season at 15-0-3 as a senior ... finished his scholastic career with 18 goals and 21 assists ... registered a career-best seven tallies and eight assists as a junior ... helped guide club team to Massachusetts State Cup Semifinals in 2008 and 2009 ... team also won the Massachusetts Tournament of Champions in 2002 and Clifton Park Tournament in 2008 ... was a member of the National Honor Society and graduated as Co-Salutatorian.
Personal: Born Daniel Patrick Tweed-Kent on April 25, 1990 in Pittsfield, Mass. ... son of Michael and Patricia Tweed-Kent ... has three brothers and two sisters ... twin brother Christopher also is a member of the Duke soccer team ... would like to pursue medical school following graduation.