Duke Men's Soccer BIO
18 Josh Bienenfeld
2008: Started all 20 games … Helped anchor Duke central midfield all season … Ranked fifth on the team in minutes played with 1,486 … Tallied a goal in the win over Harvard on Sept. 5.
2007: Played in all 20 games, making 15 starts ... logged 1,625 minutes to rank fourth on time and first in class ... picked up two assists on the season ... assisted Duke’s third goal in season opener, a 6-1 victory over Delaware on 8/31 ... assisted Duke’s second goal in 4-2 win over Clemson on 9/28.
2006: Made Top Drawer Soccer’s All-Rookie second team of the season ... played in all 23 games, making a start in one ... logged 808 minutes, most of any freshman on the team ... scored a goal on 10/24 in the North Florida game ... notched an assist against American on 9/1 ... had 24 shots on the season, and put 12 of those on goal ... named to the All-ACC freshmen team ... honored as Duke’s rookie of the year.
Prep: Scored 88 career goals at Lower Moreland High School ... leading scorer in Lower Bucks County for three straight seasons and led the county in assists as a senior ... two-time league MVP ... awarded Student-Athlete of the Year at Lower Moreland ... named all-state as a sophomore and junior ... Adidas Youth All-America and Adidas ESP All-Star in 2005 ... High School regional All-America as a senior ... selected first team all-league three straight years ... two-time team captain ... participated on the National Champion ODP Pennsylvania squad ... member of the four-time state championship FC Delco Crunch ... won the U18 State Cup and Region I Championship with FC Delco Crunch ... senior class officer and distinguished honor roll member.
Personal: Born Joshua Mark Bienenfeld on Sept. 14, 1987, in Abington, Pa. ... son of Jack and Cindy Bienenfeld ... has one sister, Tracy (22) ... sister, Tracy, played soccer at the University of Pennsylvania.