2018: Played in 15 games as a faceoff specialist … All-ACC … Won 98-of-175 draws and picked up 39 ground balls as a rookie … Recorded double-digit faceoff wins five times … Took over duties as the top draw man for six games … Won 12-of-21 restarts in his first significant action in leading Duke to a win over Richmond (3/3) … Followed that with a 17-of-25 performance in win at No. 6 Loyola (3/10) … Also had nine ground balls versus the Greyhounds … Was 20-of-32 at the X with a career-high 11 ground balls in one-goal loss to Syracuse (3/24) … Won 13-of-19 restarts with five pickups in rivalry win over North Carolina (3/30) … Boasted a 13-of-21 success rate in 18-13 regular season win at Virginia (4/14) … Overall, went 61 percent (46-of-75) at the X in the four ACC games.
Before Duke: A four-year letterwinner at Bullis School ... Ranked 19th on Inside Lacrosse Top 100 incoming freshman list ... Listed as the No. 2 incoming faceoff specialist according to Inside Lacrosse ... Named to the MSCLA All-State squad as a junior ... Was crucial in leading Bullis to its first D.C. IAC title ... Took a postgraduate year at Taft School.
Personal: Son of Richard Stein and Krysti Hinton ... Has one sister ... Born May 27, 1998 in Potomac, Md.