DURHAM – The Blue Devil duo of Terence Lee and Chloe Beck have been selected Duke’s senior male and female student-athletes of the Year for the 2022-23 campaign.
The duo joins a storied past of Duke student-athletes that have been recognized by the university for pairing athletic success with excellence in the classroom. Lee registered another standout season with the fencing program, while Beck was one of the top-ranked singles players for the women’s tennis team.
A native of Hong Kong, Lee was one of the top saberists nationally. He captured an individual silver medal at the ACC Championship before a ninth-place finish at the NCAA Fencing Championship, the second All-America honor of his career. He played to a 31-18 regular season record and earned second team All-Region recognition to go along with a spot on the All-ACC Academic Team. As a co-captain, he helped relaunch the Fence for the Fight campaign that raised over $72k in honor of the late Elizabeth Beguinet. Lee is a mathematics and computer science major along with an economics minor.
Beck, who hails from Watkinsville, Ga., has turned in one of the best individual seasons in school history with a 31-4 singles and 30-5 double mark in 2022-23. She became the fourth Blue Devil to collect 30 singles and doubles wins in a single season. Beck has been ranked as high as No. 2 nationally, while playing No. 1 singles. She reached the 100-win mark in only 124 matches, which was the second-quickest in school history. Beck was the 2022 ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year and is a two-time All-ACC Academic Team honoree. She graduated this month with a degree in psychology along with a neuroscience and environmental science and policy minors.
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