Senior forward recognized for the third consecutive season.
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A Forward for the U of M, Duncan Graduated in May with a Degree in Biology
Tigers' athletics well-represented in the 100th year commencement activities.
Four special honorees also recognized.
2011 (Senior): Named 2011 CoSIDA Academic All-America Second Team, the highest academic honor bestowed to a player in the history of the program...Started all 18 games for the Tigers...Recorded two goals in the opening match against Lipscomb...Assisted on Mark Sherrod's game-winning goal versus Missouri State...Notched a pair of assists in the Tigers' 3-0 win at Tulsa...Assisted Sherrod's insurance goal in the 2-0 win against Kentucky...Notched an assist on Sherrod's first goal against No. 9 UCF in the Tigers' 3-2 victory...Received CoSIDA Academic All-Region, NSCAA Scholar All-South Region First Team and C-USA All-Academic Team honors.
2010 (Junior): Tied for the team lead in points (10), the third-consecutive season he has led or shared the lead in points for Memphis ... Led the Tigers in shots on goal with 19 ... Was held without a shot just once (at Missouri State) and did not earn a shot on goal in just two matches (Missouri State and Central Arkansas) ... Netted his fifth career game-winning goal in the season opener against Belmont, scoring a 15th-minute goal that proved to be the difference ... Also had an assist in the opener against the Bruins ... Was one of five Tigers to score against North Florida in a 6-0 rout of the Ospreys ... Scored the Tigers lone goal in a 2-1 home loss to No. 5 nationally ranked Tulsa ... Had assists in each of his last two matches of the season (Alabama A&M and UAB).
2009 (Sophomore): Led the Tigers in points (11) and goals (four) for the second-consecutive season ... Joined senior Brian Farrell as one of only two players to start and play in all 16 games in 2009 ... Was second on the team in assists (three) ... Scored goal on a back-heel tap in during 87th minute to tie Bradley and force overtime ... The Tigers came away with a 1-1 tie vs. Bradley to open the season, a match that was featured on Fox Soccer Channel's "NSCAA Men's Soccer Game of The Week" ... Had multiple-goal game against UCF (two) and multiple-assist game against Eastern Illinois ... Led the team in shots with 36 and shots on goal with 19.
2008 (Freshman): Led the team with six goals and 13 points ... Broke into the starting lineup following his performance against No. 15 SMU ... Scored two goals against FIU, including the first of his career ... Tallied a goal vs. South Carolina off a Ryan Ruble assist in the 77th minute ... Put in a goal against No. 11 Tulsa off a Bradley Jacobs assist ... Had two goals vs. Central Arkansas ... Fed Bradley Jacobs on a 1st-minute goal against Central Arkansas ... Named to C-USA All-Freshman Team and All-C-USA third team ... Tied for the team lead with two game-winning goals ... Started 11-of-18 matches ... Was second on the team with 27 shots and first on the team with 14 shots on goal.
Prior to Memphis: Four-year letterwinner at Providence Academy for Coach Martin Sells ... Holds school records for single-season goals (40), single-season assists (27), single-season points (107), career goals (117), career assists (80) and career points (314) ... Won U-16 and U-17 state championships with the Knoxville Football Club under Coach Kyle McCoy ... Region III ODP Champions in 2005 ... Made it to ODP Nationals in 2006.
Personal: Son of Dr. Richard and Lee Anne Duncan ... Born Apr. 23 ... Has two sisters, Taylor and Ellen.