Turri was acquired by Rochester in an off-season trade with New York. Just weeks after the Lizards had acquired the midfielder from the Denver Outlaws in exchange for 2012 Rookie of the Year Matt Gibson, the Lizards traded Turri to Rochester. In addition to Turri, the Lizards also sent the second and 32nd overall picks in the 2014 MLL Collegiate Draft in exchange for the third and fourth overall picks.
2014: The 3rd year midfielder set career highs in all offensive statistical categories while being named the 2014 Warrior Most Improved Player. Turri led the Rattlers in points with 34 in the regular season. #12 contributed 5 points (2G, 3A) during Rochester Championship run, tallying a goal in each playoff game.
2013: Playing for Denver, Turri played in 15 games. In those games he scored 9 goals, dished out 4 assists and picked up 9 ground balls.
While at Duke Turri played in 73 games and started 65. In those games he scored 70 goals and 52 assists for 122 points. Turri is a two-time USILA All-American, 2012 USILA All-America honorable mention and 2011 USILA All-America second team. He finished his career ranked 28th on Duke's career points list (122). Turri helped the Blue Devils win the National Championship in 2010.Served as team captain for two years.
Turri helped West Islip H.S. win a pair of New York State Class A Championships in 2006 and 2007. He finished his high school career with 138 goals and 84 assists, was All-Division, All-County, All-Long Island, All-State and All-America.
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