Duke Football BIO
36 Brendan Fowler
2012: Played in two games ... saw action at Florida State and Georgia Tech ... on the field for three total snaps ... sidelined until mid-season after undergoing surgery to repair fractured collarbone on May 22, 2012 ... suffered injury in Duke’s 12-9 win over Syracuse in the opening round of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament on May 12, 2012.
2011: Played in nine games ... did not see action in the first three weeks ... played exclusively on special teams ... finished with three total tackles including a season-high two stops versus Georgia Tech ... on the gridiron for 113 total plays.
2010: Did not see game action.
DUKE LACROSSE: Three-year letterman (2011-12-13) as a midfielder ... has helped the Blue Devils to a three-year record of 45-16 with one NCAA championship (2013), three NCAA Tournament berths, three ACC regular season titles and one ACC Tournament crown (2012) ... in 2011, played in 16 games as Duke went 14-6, captured the ACC regular season championship and advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA Tournament for the fifth consecutive season ... won 86-of-155 (.555) faceoffs and collected 39 ground balls ... in 2012, played in 17 games as the Blue Devils went 15-5, won both the ACC regular season and tournament crowns and advanced to the NCAA Tournament semifinals for the sixth straight year ... won 90-of-149 (.604) faceoffs, secured 34 ground balls and contributed three points on one goal and three assists ... first collegiate goal came against Dartmouth on March 18, 2012 ... won a season-high 13 face-offs at Georgetown on March 23, 2012 ... missed the final two games of the year after suffering fractured collarbone in Duke’s 12-9 win over Syracuse in the NCAA First Round on May 12 ... in the win over the Orange, won 12-of-17 (.706) faceoffs with six ground balls ... in 2013, played in 21 games as Duke posted a 16-5 overall record, won a share of the ACC regular season championship and captured the NCAA crown ... named the Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Tournament following Duke’s 16-10 win over Syracuse in the title game ... against the Orange, won 20-of-28 (.714) faceoffs while securing 14 ground balls ... in Duke’s 16-14 victory over Cornell in the NCAA semifinals, won 16-of-31 (.516) faceoffs while recording 12 ground balls ... All-ACC selection ... USILA First Team All-America honoree ... ACC Defensive Player of the Year honoree ... ACC Scholar-Athlete Award recipient ... ACC All-Tournament Team choice after winning 25-of-36 (.658) faceoffs with 15 ground balls in Duke’s 18-17 semifinal loss to North Carolina ... on the season, won 339-of-526 (.645) faceoffs, secured 209 ground balls and contributed three total points on three goals ... established NCAA single-season records for faceoff wins and attempts ... set ACC single-season records for ground balls and ground balls per game (9.95) ... earned ACC Defensive Player of the Week honors on February 12 after winning 30-of-51 (.588) faceoffs in games against Denver and Jacksonville ... appeared in the weekly Faces In The Crowd section of the July 1, 2013 edition of Sports Illustrated.
PRIOR TO DUKE: Two-year letterman at Chaminade under coach Stephen Boyd ... had 117 tackles as a senior ... two-time all-league selection ... also lettered in lacrosse and wrestling.
PERSONAL: Son of Denise and John Fowler ... father played football at Villanova ... brother, Danny, is a freshman member of the Duke lacrosse team ... born December 27, 1991 ... majoring in sociology while pursuing a certificate in markets and management studies.