Duke Men's Soccer BIO
11 Spencer Wadsworth
2006: An NSCAA/adidas All-South third team selection ... fourth team choice for Top Drawer Soccer's team of the season ... tied for second on team with eight goals ... tied for first in NCAA with 14 assists and second with .609 assists per game ... second on team with 30 points ... took 43 shots, putting 20 of those on goal ... tied for third on team with two game-winning goals, against Harvard on 9/16 and N.C. State on 10/15 ... had the game-winning assist in five of Duke's victories ... named to All-ACC second team ... selected to ACC All-Tournament team after recording two game-winning assists in three games.
2005: Tied for the team lead with nine assists and 23 points ... third on the squad with seven goals ... scored a goal and added an assist against No. 1 Maryland in the ACC Tournament semifinals to earn a spot on the All-Tournament team ... named to the Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week on 10/4 after posting Duke’s first goal and adding an assist in a 3-0 victory over Boston College on 9/30 ... tied for the team high with three game-winning goals ... recorded the game-winner against No. 25 Saint Louis on 9/3 ... scored in the first overtime to hand the College of Charleston a loss on the first day of the Duke/adidas Classic on 9/9 ... also assisted on game-winners against Longwood on 9/27, Stony Brook on 10/26 and No. 1 Maryland in the ACC Semifinals on 11/11 ... scored Duke’s goal against No. 11 Creighton in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on 11/22 ... posted two assists in a 5-0 win over Temple on 9/24.
2004: Played in all 24 games, starting all but one ... second on the team in points, racking up 26 on eight goals and 10 assists ... named to the National All-Freshman first team by Top Drawer Soccer ... a second-team Freshman All-America, according to College Soccer News ... earned ACC Player of the Week honors and was also named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week after scoring two goals and assisting on the game-winner in Duke’s 3-2 win over fifth-ranked Wake Forest on 11/5 ... scored Duke’s lone goal in the 1-0 win over Clemson on 9/18 ... had one goal and one assist in the NCAA quarterfinal victory at Virginia on 12/4.
Personal: Son of Mike and Becky Wadsworth ... born May 10, 1986, in Houston, Texas.