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Height: 6'0"
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: Garden City, N.Y.
High School: Salisbury School


 Career Statistics   2015   2016  2017  2018


Career: Started all 75 games at attack … NCAA record holder for career goals with 212 … Passed Duke star Zack Greer’s 206 and is one of two NCAA Division I players to scored 200-plus career goals … Finished his career ranked second at Duke and fifth in NCAA history with 351 career points … Three-time All-American … 2018 Tewaaraton Award Finalist … 2018 Team Captain … Three-time All-ACC … 2018 ACC Scholar Athlete of the Year … USILA Scholar All-American … Recorded a point in every single one of his 75 career games … Tallied a goal in final 47 career contests … Had 16 game-winning goals … Collected 11 ground balls … Finished career ranked first at Duke in goals, third in career assists … Owns four of the top 17 single-season points performances … Holds the Duke single-season points record with 113 in 2018 … Is the lone Blue Devil player to rank in the top three in Duke history in career goals, assists and points … Led the league in goals, assists and point in each of his final two seasons … Paced the ACC in points in each of his final three seasons … Has three of Duke’s top 11 single-season goal marks … Recorded 43 career hat tricks … Three-time ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2018: Started all 20 games at attack … Team Captain … USILA All-America First Team … 2018 Tewaaraton Award Finalist … ACC Offensive Player of the Year … All-ACC … ACC Scholar Athlete of the Year … USILA Scholar All-American … Led the team and league in scoring with 66 goals, 47 assists for a Duke record 113 points … Led the nation in goals per game (3.30), was third in points per game (5.65) and 11th in assists per game (2.35) … His 113 points are tied for seventh in NCAA history … The 47 assists are fifth in the Duke single-season records book … He is one of two Blue Devils to amass 100 points in a single season … Broke Zack Greer’s NCAA record of 206 career goals, finishing his career with 212 … Had a hand in 27 percent of Duke’s goals on the year … Netted three goals in NCAA quarterfinal win over Johns Hopkins to pass Greer … One of two Division I players in NCAA history to score 200-plus career goals … Recorded at least one goal and at least two points in all 20 games … Amassed 13 hat tricks … Named ACC Offensive Player of the Week six times … Voted to the USILA Team of the Week five times … Scored a career-high matching six goals in wins over Richmond (3/3) and Marquette (4/20) … Recorded a career-high tying 10 points from three goals and a career-best seven assists in season-opening victory versus Air Force (2/3) … Tallied four goals and five assists for nine points in ACC win over Virginia (4/14) … Responsible for six of Duke’s nine goals in 9-3 triumph at Cleveland State (3/18) … Had four goals and three helpers in win over ACC rival North Carolina (3/30) … Played a part in nine of the 13 goals in the 13-9 victory against Boston University (5/6) … Recorded three goals and three assists in NCAA semifinal win over Maryland (5/26) … Finished sixth at Duke in NCAA Tournament scoring with 36 points, averaging 4.5 points per game, which is third all-time in Duke history … All-ACC Academic Team … ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2017: Started all 18 games at attack … USILA All-America second team … All-ACC … Tewaaraton Nominee … Led the Blue Devils with 51 goals and 46 assists for 97 points … Compiled 33 percent of the team’s assists and 26 percent of the team’s points on the season … Led the ACC in all three offensive categories, becoming just the fifth different player in ACC history to achieve the feat … Ranked fourth nationally in points per game (5.39), sixth in assists per game (2.56) and 10th goals per game (2.83) … His 97 points rank tied for second on the Duke single-season list, while his 51 goals are 10th and his 46 assists are fifth … He is just one of three Blue Devils to rank in the top 10 in all three of the season categories … He is one of four players in ACC history to score 90 points in a season … Led the Blue Devils in points in 11 of the 18 games … Registered at least one goal in all 18 games, had 11 hat tricks, four games with at least four goals and nine outings with at least five points … Tallied 10 points in three games … Recorded his first 10-point outing with four goals and six assists in win over Cleveland State (2/12) … Scored a season-high six goals and added four assists in 20-11 triumph over Virginia … Named ACC Offensive Player of the Week after his 10-point outing against the Cavaliers … Totaled 10 points from four goals and six assists in NCAA Tournament first round win at Johns Hopkins (5/13) … The 10 points were the second most scored by a Blue Devil in NCAA Tournament history … Notched seven points from three goals and four assists in regular season finale victory over Boston University (5/7) to earn ACC Offensive Player of the Week recognition … Amassed 22 points from 12 goals and 10 assists in the four ACC regular season games … Netted five goals to lead Duke to 12-7 victory at Georgetown (3/18) … Tallied the game-winning goal in 9-8 comeback victory at No. 12 Richmond (3/5) … Also picked up 24 ground balls.

2016: Started all 19 games on attack … USILA All-America Honorable Mention … All-ACC … Led the team in points with 71 from 43 goals and 28 assists … Ranked second in the ACC and 25th nationally in points per game (3.74) … Became the fastest Blue Devil to 100 career points, doing so in just 25 games … First Blue Devil to record 70-plus points in his first two season ... Had at least one point in all 19 games and registered at least three points 14 times … Finished the year with nine hat tricks … Scored three goals in the overtime win over Syracuse (3/26) … Compiled six points four times, including in the 16-1 win over Marquette … Dished out a career-high four assists in the season-opening win over High Point (2/12) … Had three-plus assists five times … Scored the overtime game-winning goal in the ACC Semifinal against Notre Dame (4/29) … Picked up 25 ground balls ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2015: Started all 18 games on attack … ACC Rookie of the Year … Led the team with 52 goals and was second on the squad with 70 points overall … His 52 goals rank ninth in Duke single-season history and were five shy of matching Zack Greer’s freshman record … His 70 points are 14th in Duke history and two short of tying Greer’s rookie record … Had a goal in 17 of his 18 games … Registered at least three goals 10 times and had six three times … Opened his collegiate career with six goals in win at High Point (2/7) … Added four the following day against Air Force (2/8) to finish with 10 in his opening weekend … Netted nine points on six goals and three assists in win over Harvard (2/28) … Also had six goals versus Providence (3/1) … Posted three goals and three assists for six points in 15-14 loss at North Carolina (3/29) … Registered a goal and three assists in victory over Virginia (4/12) to secure a spot in the ACC Tournament … Had a hat trick in ACC Semifinal win over No. 1 Notre Dame (4/24) … Registered two goals and an assist in ACC Championship loss to Syracuse (4/26) … Also collected 29 ground balls for the year … All-ACC Academic Team … ACC Academic Honor Roll. 

Before Duke: A four-year letterwinner at Garden City High School … Attended Salisbury School for a postgraduate season in 2014 … Led Garden City to consecutive New York Class B state titles in 2012 and 2013 … Trojans were 41-3 in those two seasons, including a perfect 22-0 record in 2012 … Selected to the 2013 All-Tri-State first team and named the Nassau County Player of the Year … Picked for the Warrior 40 team … A 2013 US Lacrosse and Under Armour All-American … Scored 10 goals and 20 assists  as a junior … Nike Blue Chip selection … Helped Salisbury to an 11-5 record in 2014 … Also played football.
Personal: Son of Joe and Pam Guterding … Has two sisters, Danielle, Gretchen … Father played lacrosse at Penn State … Born Feb. 3, 1995 in Mineola, , N.Y.  
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