ACC Academic Honor Roll selection.
2007: Played in all 20 games, finishing with 12 total points ... scored seven goals and posted five assists ... earned a spot on the ACC All-Tournament Team after scoring a career-high two goals against North Carolina (4/27) in the semifinals and issuing one assist versus Virginia (4/29) in the championship game ... scored two goals against Denver (2/25) ... handed out a career-best two assists in Duke's win over Dartmouth (2/24) ... named to the Academic All-ACC team.
2006: Played in all eight games, primarily as a defensive midfielder ... recorded 12 ground balls.
2005: Played in eight contests ... scored three goals, with two of them coming in the NCAA Tournament ... had single tallies against Mount St. Mary's (3/29), Fairfield (5/13) and Maryland (5/28).
Prep: Four-year letterman at the Covenant School ... finished career with 181 goals and 202 assists ... picked up 68 goals and 87 assists as a junior and 49 goals and 57 assists during senior season ... three-time all-state ... helped team to 2003 and 2004 state championships ... all-state in both football and basketball.
Personal: Son of Eric and Rosy Heinsohn ... late father, Edward Carrington, played football at Virginia and with the NFL's Houston Oilers ... brother-in-law, A.J. Kincel, played lacrosse at Duke (1999-03) and was the MVP of the 2002 ACC Tournament ... born June 23, 1986.