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Height: 6'5"
Weight: 210
Year: Senior
City/State: Concord, N.H.
High School: Phillips Andover


Career Statistics

Career: Played in 76 career games as a long stick midfield … Compiled 143 ground balls and 88 ground balls … His 88 ground balls are the most in program history since Duke started tracking the statistic in 2010 … Tallied three goals and three assists for six points in his career … Helped lead Duke to consecutive NCAA Championships in 2013 and 2014.
2014: Played in 15 games at longstick midfield … Team Captain … USILA Third Team All-American … Picked up 35 ground balls and 22 caused turnovers … Tallied a goal in the victory over No. 4 Denver (2/15) … Registered five ground balls and five caused turnovers in 9-6 win over Penn (2/21) … Had at least one caused turnover in nine of his 15 games … Picked up two-plus ground balls eight times … Corralled seven ground balls versus Harvard (3/29) … Had five ground balls and three caused turnovers in overtime victory over No. 4 North Carolina (3/15) … Was a key part of the faceoff midfield on the wing, helping Duke to win 58 percent of its restarts … Suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament at Virginia April 11 … Returned to play for Duke in both the NCAA semifinal and NCAA Championship games … Had one ground ball in NCAA title win over Notre Dame (5/26).

2013: Played in all 21 games as a longstick midfielder … Led all  Blue Devils and ranked third in the ACC and 24th nationally with 1.76 caused turnovers per game and 37 overall … Was second on the team in ground balls with 69 … Had at least one caused turnover in 18 of the 21 games and picked up three-plus ground balls 13 contests … Forced a career-high five turnovers against Notre Dame (2/16) … Compiled three-plus caused turnovers in four games … Registered three caused turnovers in the 16-14 NCAA  Semifinal win over Cornell (5/25) … Also picked up five ground balls against the Big Red … Had three forced turnovers in 12-11 win at Harvard (3/30) and versus Maryland (3/2) … Picked up a career-high eight ground balls in 19-16 triumph over Virginia (4/12) … Corralled five ground balls in ACC semifinal loss to North Carolina (4/26) … Registered two caused turnovers and five ground balls in NCAA Tournament first round win over Loyola (5/12) … Won 5-of-8 faceoffs for the year, including going 2-for-2 during championship weekend.

2012: Played in all 20 games at longstick midfield ... registered a goal and two assists for three points ... picked up 18 ground balls and had 17 caused turnovers ... netted a score in the victory over No. 1Virginia (4/13) ... had one assist in the regular season win against North Carolina (3/16) and in the comeback victory versus Marist (4/7) ... picked up a season-high three ground balls in the ACC Championship game against North Carolina (4/22) ... registered two caused turnovers in four games, North Carolina (3/16), Georgetown (3/23), Denver (4/27) and Colgate (5/20).

2011: Played in all 20 games and started three at longstick midfield ... registered a goal and an assist for two points ... picked up 21 ground balls and forced 12 turnovers ... tallied first collegiate point in season-opening win over Siena (2/12) ... also had a season-high three ground balls and two caused turnovers against the Saints ... registered first career goal in victory over Presbyterian (4/11) ... had at least one ground ball in 15 contests.

Prep: Lettered all three years for Steve Carr at Philips Academy … earned All-America recognition as a senior … selected to the New England All-Star Team … garnered Under Armour All-American honors … served as a team captain as a senior … also lettered three years in football and hockey … earned All-New England honors in football in 2008 … ranked 133rd among all hockey players in his grade in North America and attended the NHL draft in 2010.

Personal: Son of Steve and Susan Duprey … brother Sam was a member of the Yale men’s lacrosse team and graduated in 2010 … brother Thad was a member of the Pennsylvania rowing team and graduated in 2008.

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