The Blue Devils responded to their first loss of the season in dominating fashion against the Tribe Sunday.
The Blue Devils were unable to meet the challenge presented by the Golf Club of Tennessee Saturday, plummeting down the leaderboard in the final round to finish second to last against a stacked field.
After the best start to their season since 1978, the Blue Devils will now have to bounce back after their first loss of the season.
After a jam-packed weekend on the west coast with three games in 24 hours, the Blue Devils have a much needed break to rejuvenate and hone in on the skills needed to prepare them for a big weekend...
Duke will hit the road for its first conference game of the season, as the Blue Devils will try to break .500 against Pittsburgh.
The Blue Devils will honor to the historic 1989 ACC Championship team Saturday as they look to make a little history of their own.
After dropping their conference opener to a top-five opponent, the Blue Devils will take on the best team in the nation when their local rivals make the trek to Durham.
After taking down to ranked opponents last weekend, the Blue Devils will play host to another top 10 foe this weekend.
The sophomore anchored a Blue Devil squad that was missing reigning national player of the year Celine Boutier.
The Green Wave stayed competitive in its first two games of the season before coming up short and heads to Durham with a sense of urgency.
Capping an already successful—and busy—summer, junior Celine Boutier played a strong final round at the LPGA's Evian Championship in her home nation France to finish in the top 30.
Stories like Ray Rice are like modern day Greek myths—using the errors of the gods to expose the faults of man.
Traveling to the west coast this weekend, Duke survived a whirlwind of three games in 24 hours and a test of team confidence.
The first time I ever walked through the student gate and into the concourse I was amazed by the difference between this stadium and all of the college stadiums that I had grown up seeing on...
Duke Men’s Golf begins season with seventh place showing; Freshman Adam Wood finishes eighth.
True freshman Shaun Wilson had his 'coming out party' in the biggest possible way with a 245-yard, three-touchdown performance against the Jayhawks Saturday.
The Blue Devils bounced back from a tough loss to Hofstra to close out their weekend with a win against LSU and head into ACC play on a high note.
After getting off to a slow start against Troy last week, Duke emphasized how important starting fast would be against Kansas. The Blue Devils showed why Saturday.
After graduating four of its top five runners, it looked liked this year would be one of rebuilding for Duke. Instead, the Blue Devils just reloaded.
Both Blue Devil squads showed they have some work to do if they hope to repeat their 2014 success.
Despite losing eight veterans in the offseason, the Blue Devils showed the resilience of a veteran squad to grind out two road wins against ranked foes.
Atlanta Hawks GM Danny Ferry is coming under fire after several racist comments aimed at Luol Deng during a conference call conversation surfaced Monday.