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Height: 6'3"
Weight: 210
Year: Senior
Hometown: Mountain Lakes, N.J.
High School: Mountain Lakes


 Career Statistics   2016   2017  2018  2019


Career: Played in 74 career games … Saw time on attack and midfield during his time … Three-time USILA All-American … Two-time All-ACC … Finished his career with 175 points from 87 goals and 88 assists … Graduated from Duke ranked 22nd in program history in points and 12th in career assists … Drafted 9th overall in the inaugural Premier Lacrosse League collegiate draft by Whipsnakes.

2019: Started 16 of his 17 games … Played both attack and midfield … USILA All-America second team … All-ACC … Tewaaraton Award nominee … Second on the team in scoring with 29 goals and 28 assists for 57 points … Led Duke and ranked third in the ACC in assists and was fourth in the league in points … Registered at least a point in 16 games … Tallied five hat tricks … Had at least four points in eight outings … Posted a season-high six points from three goals and three assists in win over Penn (2/23) … Recorded two goals and three assists in win over No. 2 Loyola (3/7) … Also had three ground balls and a caused turnover versus the Greyhounds to secure ACC Offensive Player of the Week honors … Compiled five points versus Utah (3/12) … Scored three goals and two assists in regular season win over Notre Dame (4/6) … Tallied the overtime winner against Marquette (4/20) … Scored a goal and had three assists in ACC semifinal to earn All-Tournament team honors … Compiled two goals and three assists in NCAA Tournament first round win over Richmond (5/12) … Notched three goals and an assist in NCAA Semifinal loss to Virginia (5/25) … Named to NCAA All-Tournament Team.

2018: Played in 20 games with 19 starts at first midfield … USILA All-America first team … All-ACC … Second on the team in scoring with 29 goals and 36 assists for 65 points … Ranked 24th nationally in assists per game (1.80) … Was third in the ACC in points per game (3.25) … Had at least on point in all 20 games and scored three-plus point 12 times … Notched a hat trick and four points overall in season-opening win over Air Force (2/3) … Notched four goals and two assists for six points in win at Loyola (3/10) … Named ACC Offensive Player of the Week following his performance against the Greyhounds … Also had four goals and six points overall in 11-10 victory over rival North Carolina (3/30) … Recorded three goals and five points overall versus Syracuse (3/24) … Had five points from a goal and career-best four assists in NCAA first round win over Villanova (5/12) … Tallied two goals and three assists in ACC Tournament game against Notre Dame … Named to ACC All-Tournament Team for his performance … Had two assists and six ground balls in NCAA semifinal victory versus Maryland (5/26) … Recorded a goal and an assist in NCAA title tilt against Yale (5/28).

2017: Started in all 18 games on the first midfield line … USILA All-America third team … Led all midfielders and ranked third on the team with 20 goals and 19 assists for 39 points ... The 19 assists were second most on the team and ranked ninth in the ACC … Key member of man-up offense with six EMO goals to lead the ACC … Recorded two hat tricks and had at least one goal in 13 games … Scored at least one point in 17 contests and totaled 12 multiple-point outings … Tallied a career-high four goals in win over Boston University (5/7) … Netted his first career hat trick and four points overall in victory over Cleveland State (2/12) … Dished out a career-best three assists to help Duke to victory over Saint Joseph’s (2/25) … Registered a goal and two assists in comeback win at North Carolina (4/2) … Tallied two goals and three points overall in NCAA Tournament first round victory at Johns Hopkins … Picked up 16 ground balls.

2016: Played in all 19 games on the second midfield … One of two rookies to play all 19 games … Totaled nine goals and five assists for 14 points … Had six points in his final five games … Tallied his first career goal in win over Lehigh (2/14) … Provided his first assist against Mercer (2/29) … Scored a goal and two assists for a career-high three points against Georgetown (3/19) … Scored two goals versus Syracuse in the ACC Championship game (5/1) … Also had two scores against Boston University (5/8) … Picked up seven ground balls and three caused turnovers ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.

Before Duke: A three-year letterwinner for Tim Flynn at Mountain Lakes High School … Finished his scholastic career with 188 career points from 92 goals and 96 assists as a midfielder … A two-time US Lacrosse All-America and first team all-state choice … Voted the New Jersey State Player of the Year as a senior … A 2015 Under Armour All-American … A member of the U-19 U.S. Men’s National Team … Tallied 45 goals and 38 assists as a junior and totaled a career best 86 points from 39 goals and 46 assists his senior season … Guided Mountain Lakes to a 16-6 record as a senior and a 22-4 mark his junior year … Also played football and basketball at Mountain Lakes … Was a member of the National Honor Society.

Personal: Son of Michael and Dawn Smith … Has a brother, Garrett and two sisters Sarah and Lauren … Father played lacrosse at Hobart College, lettering in 1981-83 … Helped lead the Statesmen to three consecutive NCAA Division III titles 1981-83 … Born April 7, 1997. 

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