|Career Statistics||2016||2017|| 2019
2019: Saw time in 15 games with five starting assignments on attack … Finished the season with a career-best 21 goals and 28 points overall … Ranked fifth on the team in points … Registered three hat tricks … Was outstanding down the stretch of the season … Scored at least two points in the final seven games of the season … Recorded his first career hat trick in season-opening win at Furman (2/2) … Posted a career-high four goals in victory against Notre Dame (4/27) … Also had three goals and an assist in the NCAA quarterfinal versus the Irish (5/18) … Totaled three points from two goals and an assist in NCAA semifinal against Virginia (5/25) … Had multiple goals in eight games … Dished out a career-high two assists in regular season wins over Notre Dame (4/6) and Virginia (4/13) … Registered the tying goal to force overtime against Marquette (4/20) … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2018: Missed season to injury.
2017: Played six games before suffering a season-ending injury … Scored three goals and an assist … Netted a career-high two goals in win over Virginia (4/15) … Picked up two ground balls versus Saint Joseph’s (2/25).
2016: Played in 10 games at both attack and midfield … Registered his first career point with an assist in 15-6 win over Loyola (3/12) … Collected three ground balls.
Before Duke: A four-year letterwinner at Riverside High School … A four-time first team all-conference selection … Garnered first team all-state recognition as a senior and was second team all-state as a sophomore and junior … Graduated with the career goals (179), assists (167) and points (346) records for Riverside … Registered a career-best 111 points from 50 goals and 61 assists to set the school’s single-season points record … Tallied a career-best 60 goals his senior season … Voted the team’s Offensive MVP all four years … A two-time first team all-region pick … Tabbed second team all-region as a junior … Named the Offensive MVP of the North Carolina High School Great 38 All-Star Game … Also lettered in basketball … All-conference as a senior.
Personal: Son of Samuel Carpenter and Jolene Nagel … Has one younger brother, Tyler … Father played lacrosse at Middlebury College and professionally with the Denver Rifles … Served as the head coach Denver University from 1986-88 … Was also an assistant coach for the U.S. U19 team in 2002-03 … Mother is the head coach of the Duke volleyball team … She played volleyball at Edinboro University and previously was the head coach at Georgetown and Cornell … Born June 8, 1997.