UND Roster

2019-20 Men's Soccer Roster

#1 Duncan Turnbull


Height 6-7
Weight 226
Class Senior
Hometown Geneva, IL
High School Geneva


ACC Defensive Player of the Week (10/28/19)

AS A SENIOR (2019):

  • Started 16 matches in goal during the 2019 season.
  • Recorded four clean sheets over the course of the season.
  • Made 49 saves during the 2019 campaign.
  • Produced a season high eight saves at Virginia Tech.

AS A JUNIOR (2018):

  • Started 10 matches in goal and finished the season with a 6-2-2 record.
  • Recorded six clean sheets, including two in the NCAA Championships.
  • Made 22 saves while allowing just four goals for a save percentage of .846.
  • Produced two huge saves in the 12-round shootout against Michigan in the NCAA Championships Round of 32 to help the Irish advance.


  • Did not play in a match.
  • Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.


  • Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
  • Did not appear in a regular season match.


  • Did not compete in high school soccer during senior year due to academy commitments.
  • Logged a 1.11 goals against average for Geneva High School as a junior, notching seven shutouts in 17 games to earn all-section, all-conference and academic all-conference honors.
  • Played basketball at Geneva during freshman year.
  • Starting goalkeeper for the U17/18 USSDA Sockers FC Academy team.
  • Team captain of Sockers FC team that won the Midwest Development Division of the National Premier League (NPL) in 2015.
  • Sockers also reached the 2015 NPL National Finals in Indianapolis.
  • Previously played with the Chicago Fire Academy, finishing as the U.S. Club Regional champion in 2014 after placing as the regional runner-up in both 2012 and 2013.
  • Selected as an Illinois State Scholar, and is a member of the Accelerated and Enriched Club, the National Spanish Honor Society and the National Honor Society.
  • Son of Neil and Sue Turnbull.
  • Has two brothers, Stuart and Ian.
  • Has one sister, Fiona.
  • Father, Neil, played soccer at the University of Akron.
  • Former Notre Dame women’s soccer captain Sammy Scofield (’15) attended the same high school.
  • Enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business.