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#31 Jordan Wolf
Position: Attack
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 170
Year: Senior
City/State: Wynnewood, Pa.
High School: Lower Merion
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Jordan Wolf Bio
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 01/25/2011
Career: Played in 81 career games with 77 starting assignments on attack … A four-time All-American … 2014 Tewaaraton Finalist … Compiled 184 goals and 120 assists for 304 points … Graduated ranked second all-time in Duke history in career points, third in career goals and career assists … Ranked tied for eighth in NCAA history in career points and seventh in career goals … Finished his career on a 61-game point streak … Had at least one point in 76 of his 81 games … First player in Duke lacrosse history to earn All-ACC honors in each of his four seasons … 2014 ACC Offensive Player of the Year … Became the first player in Duke and ACC history to amass 100 points in a season with 103 in 2014 … Graduated with Duke’s single-season points record and ranks third and fifth on the single-season goals list …  Picked second in the Major League Lacrosse draft … Two-time NCAA Champion … 2014 NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player … Four-time All-ACC Academic Team and ACC Academic Honor Roll member … 2014 Team Captain.
2014: A starter in all 20 games at attack … USILA All-America first team … ACC Offensive Player of the Year … NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player … Tewaaraton Award Finalist … ACC Scholar Athlete of the Year … USILA Scholar All-America … Four-time ACC Offensive Player of the Week … Became the first Duke player to earn All-ACC honors in each of his four seasons … Led the team and the ACC with 64 goals and 103 points overall … First player in ACC history to score 100 points in a single season … Tied for eighth in NCAA single-season history in points (103) … His 64 goals are the fourth most in Duke history and rank 11th on the NCAA single-season list …  His 39 assists ranked sixth at Duke on the single-season chart upon graduation … Tallied at least one goal in all 20 games and had 13 hat tricks … Registered six-plus points nine times and had at least five in 12 outings … Tallied a career-high six goals and eight points in win over Marquette (3/11) … Matched his career-high points mark with five goals and three assists versus Syracuse (3/23) … Threw in six goals in win over Rutgers (4/19) to earn ACC Player of the Week recognition … Netted four goals and three assists at Notre Dame (4/5) en route to his third ACC Player of the Week award of the season … Scored four goals, including the overtime game winner, against North Carolina (3/15) … Tallied four goals and four assists at Boston University (5/4) … Totaled five goals and three assists for eight points in the NCAA Quarterfinal win over Johns Hopkins … Registered three goals and five points overall in NCAA Semifinal victory over Denver (5/24) … Finished his career with two goals, including the goal that sealed the title win, and four assists in the NCAA Championship game … CoSIDA Academic All-District III first team … Capital One Academic All-America third team … The fourth Duke men’s lacrosse player to earn the honor … All-ACC Academic Team … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2013: Started all 21 games at attack … Collected USILA All-America second team honors … Named to All-ACC team … First Blue Devil in program history to earn All-ACC honors in each of his first three seasons … Voted to NCAA and ACC All-Tournament Teams … Led all Blue Devils with in goals (58), assists (28) and points (85) … Ranked third in the ACC and 13th nationally in points per game and second and 12th, respectively, in goals per game … Registered four-plus points in 17 games and had three seven-point performances … Had at least 1 goal in 19 outings and 11 hat tricks … Also led all Duke attackmen with 41 ground balls … Amassed eight goals and three assists for 11 points in two games en route to leading Duke to 2013 NCAA title … Tallied four goals and three assists in season opener versus Denver (2/9) … Also had seven points in the win over Marist (3/18) … Posted a season-high five goals in ACC Tournament loss to North Carolina (4/26) to earn All-Tournament team recognition … Notched four goals and five points overall in NCAA semifinal win over Cornell (5/25) … Added four goals and two assists in title game victory over Syracuse (5/27) … Also had three ground balls versus the Orange … Had the game winner in regular season victory over Loyola (3/8) … Scored two goals and two assists versus the Greyhounds to earn ACC Offensive Player of the Week honors … Ranked second on the team in man-up goals and lead all offensive players with nine caused turnovers … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2012: Played in all 20 games with 19 starts ... Led the Blue Devils with 65 points from 32 goals and 33 assists ... USILA All-America second team ... All-ACC selection ... Became the first Blue Devil to earn All-ACC honors in his first two consecutive seasons ... Ranked third in the ACC in points and assists ... had at least one point in all 20 games and registered three-plus points in 11 contests ... Scored at least one goal in 16 outings and tallied a hat trick three times ... Named ACC Offensive Player of the Week after combine for eight goals and two assists for 10 points in wins over Penn (2/24) and Jacksonville (2/26) ... Matched his career high of seven points against Jacksonville and Dartmouth (3/18) ... Had a career-high five goals versus the Dolphins and posted four goals and three assists against the Big Green ... Notched two goals and four assists for six points in the win over No. 1 Virginia (4/13) ... Became the 39th Duke player to compile 100 career points with six points against the Cavaliers ... Contributed two goals and three assists for five points in regular season victories over North Carolina (3/16) and Syracuse (4/1) ... Also had four ground balls and two caused turnovers against the Tar Heels ... Named ACC Offensive Player of the Week following performance against North Carolina ... Had a goal and two assists in NCAA Tournament first round win over Syracuse (5/12) ... Had two goals and two assists in ACC Championship game versus North Carolina (4/22) ... Also posted four points from two goals and two helpers in win at Georgetown (3/23) ... Amassed 29 ground balls ... Picked up four ground ball in four games ... All-ACC Academic team ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2011: Played in all 20 games and started 17 at attack ... USILA All-America honorable mention ... All-ACC selection ... Ranked second on the team in scoring with 31 goals and 20 assists for 51 points ... Had at least one point in 15 contests and had 12 multiple-point outings ... Tallied a career-high seven points (4g, 3a) in come-from-behind win over Georgetown (3/26) ... Also had four goals against North Carolina (3/17), Loyola (3/11) and Virginia (5/22) ... Had three goals, including overtime game-winner, against Maryland (3/5) ... Earned ACC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance against the Terrapins ... named ACC Offensive Player of the Week again after his four-goal output against the Tar Heels ... Had five points (3g, 2a) in NCAA Tournament first round win over Delaware (5/14) ... Dished out a career-high four assists against Dartmouth (3/20) ... Finished season with 33 ground balls ... Named to All-ACC Academic Team ... ACC Honor Roll selection.
Prep: A four-year letterwinner for Chet Laubach at Lower Merion High School … Compiled 341 career points from 184 goals and 157 assists during his scholastic career … Registered a career-best 73 goals and 50 assists as a senior … Set school records for career points and assists, while his 113 in 2010 was a single season record … A three-time first team, all-Main Line, all-Central League and all-state honoree … Voted the Aces’ Most Valuable Player in 2008, 2009 and 2010 … An All-America choice as both a junior and senior … Picked as an Under Armour All-American and scored three goals in the annual Under Amour All-American game … Named Phillylacrosse.com Player of the Year as a senior … Also served as a captain of the Duke’s Lacrosse Club … Also lettered four years in soccer and was a first team all-Central League pick as a senior … Earned two letters in ice hockey … Captured all-Central League honors both seasons … A member of the National Honor Society.

Personal: Son of Larry and Barbara Wolf    … Has two brothers, Will and Evan … Born December 27, 1991.
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