For the third time in five weeks, the Blue Devils had no answer for Kayla McBride and Jewell Loyd and got sped up by the Fighting Irish
Duke’s second half buzz had Georgia Tech playing catchup after a series of runs sent the Yellow Jackets back to Atlanta with a stinging loss.
After being knocked out of the ACC tournament last year by Virginia Tech, Duke evened the score by taking them down at the Hokie’s home court
The road does not get any easier for Duke—even if it leads to the same place.
The Blue Devils set their sights on the postseason hoping to avenge their close conference losses and earn berths to the NCAA championships in the process.
Just one obstacle stands between the Blue Devils and a chance to compete for a national title.
Duke enters its second spring tournament looking to tackle another Pete Dye golf course in more dicey weather conditions.
The Blue Devils open ACC play with a visit to an N.C. State team in the midst of one of its best starts in program history.
The Blue Devils may be coming off a pair of tough wins, but their job gets no easier going forward.
Trailing at halftime for just the second time all season, Duke got the lead back in the second half. But the Blue Devils could not hold it.