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Sophomore Sophia Parvizi-Wayne was an All-ACC performer last fall, but did not finish her race at the NCAA Southeast Regional due to back spasms.
Tory Lanez headlined last semester's LDOC festival, the latest in a string of one hit wonders featured in campus concerts.
Junior Leah Meyer was second on the team in kills last season.
Senior Madeline Kopp had the seventh-fastest time in the 800-meter semifinals and came just five-hundredths of a second from advancing to the finals.
Jack Labosky reached base all four times he came to the plate Thursday and also got the save from the mound.
Chris Proctor drew a seven-pitch walk-off walk to win the Blue Devils' last game at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park of the year.
Junior Mitch Stallings has delivered six straight quality starts entering this weekend's series.
The LDOC concert lineup featured Tory Lanez, pop artist Daya, electronic dance music group Cheat Codes and synthpop band Panama Wedding.
Sophomore Kaitlyn McCarthy was a perfect 14-0 in ACC play for the Blue Devils on Court 4 in the regular season.
Women's lacrosse head coach Kerstin Kimel is the chair of the Division I legislation committee and spearheaded the recent recruiting rule change.