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Tufts graduate transfer William Holmquist contended for the starting job in fall camp after a solid career at the Division III level.
Four-star Scott Bracey is ready to join Duke’s deep receiving corps after redshirting last year due to lingering hamstring issues.
Redshirt freshman Brittain Brown could use his physicality in short-yardage situations.
Ciaran McKenna started after suing to stay in school last spring amid allegations of sexual assault.
Senior defender Kevon Black started and helped the Blue Devils shut out South Carolina in their first exhibition match.
Starting running back Shaun Wilson had a 35-yard run on Duke's lone touchdown drive before resting for most of the scrimmage.
Graduate transfer Willie Holmquist made all three of his field-goal attempts in Saturday's scrimmage, including two from more than 40 yards.
David Shumate will take over behind the microphone for Bob Harris, who has been the voice of the Blue Devils for the last 41 years.
No. 80 Samantha Harris played singles after sitting out the second round with an injured back but won just three games against No. 2 Hayley Carter.
Sophomore Ellyse Hamlin won on Court 5 Saturday for her eighth victory in her last 10 matches.
Freshman Meible Chi clinched the win for Duke with a 6-2, 6-3 win on Court 1.
A rain delay of almost two and a half hours interrupted Friday's match between doubles and singles.
Amile Jefferson finished his career strong with more than 10 points in seven of Duke's last 11 games.
Jayson Tatum and Amile Jefferson will need to help Duke hold its own around the basket against a physical Louisville team Thursday.
Senior Matt Jones is 2-of-15 from 3-point range in his last five games.
Luke Kennard knocked down several clutch shots in the second half and was one of three Blue Devils to score 20 points in their win against Clemson.
Rookie Frank Jackson had another strong offensive game, using his quickness off the bounce to create driving lanes.
Shelton Mitchell and the Tigers mounted a late comeback with a 10-1 run to put more game pressure on the Blue Devils.
After the Blue Devils struggled with foul trouble in the first half, Amile Jefferson and company were more disciplined on defense late in the game.