Turri has maintaned above a 3.0 GPA for all of his semesters and will graduate in May, after which he plans to enroll in the Duke Fuqua School of Business. Turri has earned Atlantic Coast Conference honor roll recognition in each of his three years and was selected to the all-ACC academic team the past two years.
Turri was voted a team captain this season by his teammates. He is an outstanding leader on and off the field. He has been a top leader on the field for the past two years and is very dependable and responsible in all facets of his life.
Turri volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House, making meals for families. He has helped out in putting on clinics for inner-city youth and joins the team in visiting the Duke Children’s Hospital.
A starter in each of the past two seasons in the midfield, Turri has been a solid contributor for the Blue Devils. He ranked fourth on the team in scoring in 2010 with 37 points and has 65 overall the past two seasons. In Duke’s run to the NCAA championship in 2010, Turri tallied three goals and an assist in the semifinal victory against Virginia. In the title match, he added a goal that helped Duke to a 6-5 overtime victory against Notre Dame. After missing his freshman season to injury, he has played in 37 games (33 starts) and has 37 goals and 28 assists for 65 points.