Kelsey Duryea matched a career high with 15 saves, but the Terrapins kept their undefeated record and ended Duke’s season.
The Blue Devils fell 4-0 to Florida in the NCAA Tournament's Round of 16, putting an end to Duke's season.
Battling late into the night, ninth-seeded Duke and eighth-seeded Kentucky gave tennis fans in Champaign, Ill. a reason to stay awake, with the Blue Devils pulling off a 4-2 victory.
The Blue Devils trailed Texas Tech 3-2 with two matches yet to finish Sunday. But Duke surged past the Red Raiders to take a 4-3 victory in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Freshman Case Matheis scored the game-winning goal to give Duke a double-overtime victory against defending national champion Loyola.
After falling behind 4-2 in the NCAA Tournament’s second round, the Blue Devils locked down on defense to hold Navy scoreless the next 41 minutes and pull away for the win.
Heading into the final day of competition, Duke was six strokes down. When the Blue Devils walked off the golf course, they were six strokes up.
Battling the rain, Duke swept UNC-Wilmington to reach the Round of 16 of the NCAA Tournament.
Strong doubles play rallied Duke back to a draw Saturday and the Blue Devils never looked back, defeating Mississippi 4-1 to advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Maddy Acton scored the game-winning goal for Duke as the Blue Devils defeated Princeton 10-9 to advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Duke cruised by Coastal Carolina 4-0 to propel the Blue Devils into the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Playing from four shots down to start the final round, No. 9 Duke stormed back to take its seventh ACC title in program history.