2018: Started 18 games at center midfield … All-ACC second team … All-South Region third team … Voted the team’s Most Valuable Player … The engine to Duke’s offense … Played 1,613 minutes, going the distance in 15 of his 18 games … Registered a goal and an assist for three points … Tallied the tying goal against Wofford (10/2) as Duke went on to win 4-2 … Provided an assist versus FIU (8/24) … Named to the John Rennie Nike Invitational All-Tournament Team … Also voted to the ACC All-Tournament TeamAll-ACC Academic Team … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2017: Started all 20 games ... Ranked second among field players in minutes played with 1,855 ... Provided the game-tying assist in the overtime win over High Point (9/1) ... Also had the assist on the lone goal in a 1-0 win over No. 13 Virginia (10/27) ... Went the distance in 18 of the 20 games ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2016: Saw action in 14 games with eight starting assignments … Logged a total of 877 minutes … Totaled two goals and an assist … Tallied both goals in a 2-1 win over No. 4 Notre Dame (10/21) … Named the ACC Offensive Player of the Week and to the Top Drawer Team of the Week following his performance against the Irish … Recorded his first career assist at Notre Dame (11/3) in the ACC Tournament … Went the distance in five games.
Top Drawer Soccer: No. 29 (Mid-Atlantic Region)
Before Duke: A part of the DC United Academy program … Started playing with the club at age 12 playing on the U14 team … He is the longest standing current academy player … Selected as one of 10 players in the entire academy team to travel to Italy to train with Inter Milan Academy … Picked to train with the DC United first team three times in the fall of 2015 … Started in 16 games and played 23 for DC United Academy squad during the 2014-15 campaign … Helped team finish fifth in the Eastern Conference with four goals … Took part in the U.S. U14 National Team Cap in 2011.
Personal: Son of Marco and Sarah Williamson … Has three sisters … Born April 2, 1998.