First impressions are everything and the sports world is no different.
Sophomore Wesley Frazier set the tone for a new season and put the setbacks of 2013 far behind her at the Virginia Duals Friday.
The Blue Devils will need several new players to step into the limelight following the loss of Braxton Deaver and Kelby Brown to ACL injuries.
The senior squad was too much for the Duke faculty to handle despite the best—and unconventional—efforts of player-coach and two-time national champion Grant Hill
Behind goals from Imani Dorsey and Toni Payne and some important saves by goalkeeper Ali Kershner, the Blue Devils earned their first win of the season.
The Blue Devils came back from an early 1-0 deficit, but were unable to put a second goal on the board to get the win and had to settle for a tie.
With more depth than they've ever had and an easy schedule, the Blue Devils will be kings of the Coastal when all the dust settles.
A dangerous schedule and the tall task of overcoming injuries to key players could put the Blue Devils behind the eight-ball.
Duke's season opener Saturday will come against an FCS opponent hoping to turn itself around, not unlike the Blue Devils a few seasons ago.
Senior forward Kelly Cobb has one goal for her senior season after battling injuries and bitter disappointment multiple times—winning a national title.
Every new squad comes with its own set of new difficulties, but with the 2013 ACC Championship under their belts, the Blue Devils are eager to face these new challenges head-on.
The Blue Devils took in three World Cup games and played two third-level Brazilian club teams during their eight-day trip.
The Blue Devils lost eight members of last year's team that played for the national championship and will need to find new scoring weapons.
One of the few players on the roster with NCAA tournament experience, senior midfielder Sean Davis is hoping his team's new offensive approach and energy help them erase the disappointments of the...
The ACC Top Six for Service Award is typically given to six individual student-athletes at each university in the conference. The Blue Devil volleyball team was recognized as a unit.
Head coach Mike Krzyzewski has been watching the FIFA World Cup to capture the sense of national pride he will look to instill in Team USA this August.