Leading scorer among all NCAA returning players with 133 career points ... His 65 career goals are the most among active WCHA players ... Tied for 38th on UND’s all-time scoring list ... Tied for fourth all-time at UND (w/ Lee Goren, Cary Eades) with 13 career game-winning goals ... Ranks eighth on school’s career power-play goals list with 28.
2007-08 (Junior): Served as an assistant captain ... An All-WCHA second team selection ... Named to NCAA Midwest Region All-Tournament team ... Earned second straight All-WCHA Academic honor ... Co-recipient of UND’s Archie Krum Memorial Scholarship for leadership qualities, high academic standards and athletic excellence ... Tied for 22nd nationally with four game-winning goals ... Tied for the WCHA lead (w/ Colorado College’s Jack Hillen) with 19 assists during conference play ... Ranked sixth in the WCHA scoring race (all games) with 40 points ... Tied for fourth in the conference (all games) with 18 goals ... Ranked ninth in the WCHA (all games) with 22 assists ... Tied for ninth with 13 power-play points and tied for 10th with six power-play goals ... Scored 28 points during conference games to tie for fifth in the league scoring race ... Tied for the team lead (w/ Andrew Kozek, T.J. Oshie) with 18 goals ... Led the team in shorthanded goals (two) and shots on goal (147) ... Ranked second on the team in scoring (40 pts.), power-play goals (six) and plus/minus (+22) ... Named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week on Jan. 8 after scoring two goals and two assists in road sweep of St. Cloud State (Jan. 4-5) ... Notched his first career hat trick in the NCAA Midwest Region semifinal against Princeton (March 29) ... Added another goal in the regional final against host Wisconsin (March 30) ... Collected his 100th career point when he notched two goals and an assist against Colorado College (Nov. 2) in a 6-2 win ... Reached 100 points in his 95th career game, tied for the 21st-fastest pace in Sioux history ... Enjoyed 11 multi-point games ... Matched his career high with four points (1 g, 3 a) against Denver (Feb. 15) ... Enjoyed five games with at least two goals ... Put together a season-long five-game point scoring streak (3g, 4 a) from Dec. 29 to Jan. 12 ... Earned third letter.
2006-07 (Sophomore): Hobey Baker Memorial Award winner ... Only the second UND player ever to win the Hobey Baker Award; former Sioux player Tony Hrkac won in 1987 ... AHCA First Team All-American ... WCHA Player of the Year ... First Team All-WCHA ... Recipient of UND’s Jeff Anderson Hockey Scholarship, awarded to the player who is voted team MVP by his teammates ... Named WCHA All-Academic for first time in his career ... One of league-tying high 11 UND players that were named WCHA All-Academic ... InsideCollegeHockey.com National Player of the Year ... Named to InsideCollegeHockey.com’s All-WCHA Team ... Tabbed as InsideCollegeHockey.com’s WCHA “Breakthrough Player” ... Named to College Hockey News 1st team “All-CHN” squad ... Named 1st team All-USCHO ... Finished season with points in 16 of his last 18 games ... In that 18-game stretch, he had 14 goals and 16 assists for 30 points ... Finished season with 31 goals, 26 assists for 57 points, the fourth-most points in the nation ... His 31 goals were second-best in the nation ... Had 17 power play goals, tying a single-season school record (Doug Smail had 17 in 1979-80) and six game-winning goals ... Had +15 plus/minus rating ... WCHA scoring champion ... Had four points (one goal, three assists) in NCAA West Regional) ... Had goal and assist in WCHA Final Five ... In the regular season, he led the WCHA with 39 points on 22 goals, 17 assists – seven points ahead of second-place finisher (St. Cloud State’s Ryan Lasch) ... UND’s first scoring champion since Brandon Bochenski shared league scoring title in 2003-04 ... Duncan led all WCHA players in points, goals, PPG and GWG – in both league play and overall ... Three-time WCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Jan. 2, Jan. 16, Jan. 30) and Insidecollegehockey.com’s Jan. 30 National Player of the Week ... Tournament MVP at Dartmouth’s Dec. 29-30 Ledyard National Bank Tournament Championship in Hanover, N.H., after leading UND to tournament title by producing four points (including three goals) in the tournament ... Led Sioux to 4-1 win over host Dartmouth and 4-2 win over St. Lawrence in championship game ... Helped UND win that tournament while three teammates were playing in World Junior tournament ... Had seven points (4g, 3a) in two-game series (Jan. 26-27) at No. 1-ranked Minnesota, leading UND to sweep of series ... Had eight multi-goal games and 17 multi-point games, including a four-point game and six other three-point games to his credit ... Had career-high four points (2g, 2a) in a 7-3 win at top-ranked Minnesota ... Had 10-game point-scoring streak from Jan. 20 to March 2 ... Had a four-game goal-scoring streak from Feb. 16-24, a team season high ... Scored five goals in the four-game stretch ... Led UND to a .760 winning percentage (17-4-4) in the second half of the season, second to Notre Dame for the best in the nation in the second half ... Duncan’s 0.72 goals per game average was third in the nation to Niagara’s Ted Cook (0.86) and Northern Michigan’s Mike Santorelli (0.73), and his 1.33 point-per-game average was eighth-best in the nation ... Duncan’s 17 power play goals ranked second in the nation behind Cook’s 21 ... Duncan’s 31 goals were the most by a Sioux player since Brandon Bochenski had 35 in 2002-03 ... In the last 15 seasons, only three other UND players have scored 30 goals in a season – they include Bochenski (35 goals in 2002-03), Lee Goren (34 goals in 1999-00) and Bryan Lundbohm (32 goals in 2000-01) ... Duncan has 47 career goals in his first two seasons at UND – in the last 10 years, the only Sioux players to score more goals than Duncan in their freshman and sophomore years were Bochenski (52 goals in 2001-02 and 02-03) and Zach Parise (49 goals in 2002-03 and 03-04) ... Has never missed a game in his UND career, playing in 89 straight to start his career ... Earned second letter.
2005-06: Appeared in all 46 games as a freshman with 16 goals, 20 assists and 36 points ... Ranked fifth on the team in scoring and tied for second in game-winning goals (3) ... Had a career-best six-game point streak (4g, 5a) and four-game goal-scoring streak snapped in the Frozen Four ... Had seven points (4g, 3a) in his last four games ... Was named to NCAA West Region All-Tournament Team after collecting two goals and two assists for four points in two games ... Ranked fourth on the team with a +19 plus/minus rating ... Had four points (3g, 1a) in two games at the WCHA Final Five, including the game-winning goal in the championship game vs. St. Cloud State (Mar. 18) ... Had 18 points (8g, 10a) in his last 13 games ... Finished 17th in the national rookie scoring race with 0.78 points per game ... Finished year by not having back-to-back games without a point since a three-game scoreless drought from Jan. 7-14 ... Collected an assist in his collegiate debut vs. Miami (Oct. 8) ... Scored his first goal two games later vs. Northeastern (Oct. 14) ... Added an assist for his first multi-point outing ... Ranked second on the team in shots on goal (132) ... Earned first letter.
Before UND: Spent the 2004-05 season playing for Salmon Arm of the BCHL ... Tied for third in league regular season scoring with team-high 91 points (48 goals, 43 assists) ... His 48 goals last season was club record for rookie ... Had club-record 11 goals in BCHL playoffs in 11 playoff games, also tallied 10 assists for 21 points in playoffs ... In 2003-04 played on Shattuck-St. Mary’s national midget championship team.
Personal: Majoring in entrepreneurship ... A 2004 graduate of Shattuck-St. Mary’s ... Son of Bob and Debbie Duncan ... Father played forward and lettered for three seasons for the Fighting Sioux from 1968 to 1971.