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Rhys Duch

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RhysDuch

Position: Forward
Height: 5-11
Weight: 200
Hometown: Victoria, BC
Birth Date: July 14, 1986
NLL Seasons: 5
Twitter @Duchee10

Rhys Duch Bio

How Acquired: Selected in the first Round (third overall) of the 2008 NLL Entry Draft.

2013 Season: Appeared in all 16 games for the Stealth…Recorded 96 points (45g, 51a) which was most on the team and 62 loose balls…In 3 playoff games he added another 10 goals and 7 assists.


NLL Career: Has appeared in 89 games (78 regular season, 11 playoff) since being drafted by the Stealth third overall in the 2009 NLL Entry Draft… Has 440 points (188g, 252a) and 387 loose balls in his regular season career... In his postseason career, he has 65 points (30g, 35a) and 58 loose balls... Ranks among the top five on the Stealth’s all-time list for goals (188, 3rd), assists (252, 2nd) and points (440, 2nd)... Is the Stealth’s all-time postseason assists leader with 35...Two-time NLL second-team All-Pro (2010-2011)… In 2012, appeared in 14 games for the Stealth… Recorded 79 points (33g, 46a) and 84 loose balls… Was named NLL Offensive Player of the Week after notching ten points (4g, 6a) against the Toronto Rock on 4/20/12. In 2011, appeared in all 16 regular season games and three playoff games for the Stealth… Appeared in the NLL All-Star game... Finished second in the league with 42 goals and third in the league with 90 points (42g and 48a)… In 2010, recorded 86 points (33g, 53a) in 16 regular season games, good for seventh in the NLL and second on the Stealth… Led all playoff performers in goals (11), assists (14) and points (25) in three playoff games… Set NLL rookie scoring record with 89 points (35g, 54a) en route to 2009 NLL Rookie of the Year and All-Rookie Team honors… 89 points good for seventh in the NLL and second on the Stealth… Played in the 2009 NLL All-Star Series in Australia.


Lacrosse Career: Currently plays for the Victoria Shamrocks in the Western Lacrosse Association (WLA)… In 2013 played in 7 games adding 14 goals and 17 assists… Won the 2013 WLA Championship…Played for the Six Nations Chiefs of Major Series Lacrosse in 2012… Appeared in 10 regular season and 10 playoff games for the Chiefs… Recorded 26 points (13g, 13a) in the regular season and added 24 points (17g, 7a) in the postseason… Appeared in seven games for the Hamilton Nationals of Major League Lacrosse (professional field lacrosse)… Finished with 13 points (7g 6a) for the Nationals… Won a gold medal as a member of Team Canada at the 2011 World Indoor Lacrosse Championships in Prague, Czech Republic... Member of the 2010 Canadian National Team that won a silver medal at the World Field Lacrosse Championships in Manchester, England… In 2011, tallied 68 points (31g, 37a) in 14 regular season games and added seven points (6g, 1a) in four postseason appearances... In 2010, scored 55 points (28g, 27a) in 12 regular season games… Led all scorers in WLA playoffs with 49 points (18g, 31a) in ten games… Two-time first team WLA All-Star (2010, 2011)... Earned second-team All-Star honors in 2009, recording 84 points (43g, 41a) in 18 games, and good for second in the WLA… Named MVP with the Junior Victoria Shamrocks in 2006. Led Stony Brook University in assists (28) as a senior... His 2.0 assists per game ranked fifth in the nation. ... Named Academic All-America East and was also named second-team All-America East.


Personal: Instructor for the Stealth Lacrosse Academy... Instructor for the Sticks-2-Schools program… Majored in Health Science at Stony Brook… Played basketball and volleyball in high school.

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