The Eagles scored three goals in less than three minutes to take the lead
AS A JUNIOR (2012)
Played in all 19 games, starting 10 ... led the team with seven goals, 14 points and three gamewinners ... tied for second in shots (27) ... earned Co-ACC Player of the Week honors on Oct. 30 for scoring the game-winning goal in the 2-1 victory over Wake Forest (10/26) ... tallied BC's only goal in the loss to No. 4 Connecticut (10/18) ... notched scores in the wins over New Hampshire (10/14), at Longwood (9/30), at Providence (9/23) and at Harvard (9/9) ... earned Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2011)
Played in all 19 games, starting six ... fourth on the team with eight goals and sixth with 16 total points ... tallied one goal in the Eagles' shutout against Providence (10/3) ... posted the Eagles' lone goal at American (9/25) ... recorded the first career multiple-goal game against Vermont (8/26), and notched another the following day against Massachusetts ... longest point streak was three games (8/26-30) ... member of the New England Senior High Performance Championship Team.
AS A FRESHMAN (2010)
Played in all 19 games, starting one ... tallied one goal and one assist for three points ... scored first collegiate goal at Providence (8/ 31) ... member of the New England Senior High Performance championship team.
Three-year varsity player at Brooks School ... spent one season at Kent Denver School ... represented team as an assistant captain in 2009 ... recognized as a first-team All-American in 2009 and a second-team All-American in 2008 ... named to ISL League All-Star Team in 2008 ... earned the ISL All-League Award in 2008 and 2009 ... member of Futures U14 Team North in 2005, U16 Team Denver in 2006 and 2007 and U19 Team Boston in 2008 and 2009 ... also played varsity lacrosse and squash.
Enrolled as a marketing major in the Carroll School of Management ... daughter of Vivi and Lester Duke ... born on Aug. 30, 1991 ... recipient of the Manuel F. Perdigao '56 Scholarship Fund.