No. 7 Duke seeks to avenge last year's loss to FSU

Visiting teams rarely win at Cameron Indoor Stadium, but when they do, they tend to go a bit overboard in their celebrations.

Second-half surge propels Terrapins past Duke

With the lights dimmed on a raucous crowd of 15,531 in the Comcast Center Monday night, two pillars of fire blazed at halfcourt as each Maryland starter was announced.

Coleman spearheads dominant effort by Maryland frontcourt

As the Blue Devils filed out of the Comcast Center with solemn faces and heads hung low, a scream on the loudspeakers could only rub salt in the wounds.

Blue Devils turn up heat at home in ACC opener

The intensity, the crowd, the heat in Cameron Indoor-everything was turned up a notch for the Blue Devils' conference opener against Virginia Sunday night.

Duke opens in style

A minute and a half into the game, Virginia head coach Dave Leitao didn't like what he saw and called a timeout after a 5-0 Duke start. But with the relentless Blue Devils running on all cylinders,...

Terrapins await Duke squad fresh off FSU win

Seven minutes into the first half of Friday night's game against Florida State, Duke's starting backcourt of Abby Waner, Wanisha Smith and Jasmine Thomas was uncharacteristically quiet.

Duke hosts FSU for conference home opener

In preparing for her first ACC home opener, head coach Joanne P. McCallie is looking for one thing from her team more than anything: consistency.

Cavalier start to ACC slate

Despite a fast start to the season and a high-paced offense, the Blue Devils have struggled from the field over their last three contests and are not quite where they want to be heading into ACC play.

Blue Devils fall at home

The Blue Devils headed into their ACC season opener Wednesday with a 4-4 record and looking to upset reigning conference champion N.C. State.

Blue Devils show poise in securing tough win

With just more than eight minutes remaining in No. 9 Duke's contest against Temple, the Blue Devils appeared to be in serious trouble.

Injuries shorten bench

Sophomore center Brian Zoubek is out indefinitely after fracturing the fifth metatarsal in his left foot Monday.

Pocius' season-ending surgery successful

Junior Marty Pocius underwent successful surgery on his left ankle Tuesday. The swingman will miss the remainder of the season.

Duke beats Miami in ACC opener

Before Saturday's game against Miami, the No. 11 Blue Devils had won six straight games with relative ease.

Duke flies into Philly

As the Blue Devils trudged off the court following Sunday night's 81-67 win over Cornell, their expressions told a vastly different story than the scoreboard did.

Cheek compensates for struggling offense

Playing in the Maggie Dixon Classic, held to promote awareness about sudden cardiac arrest, Duke was playing as if its own offensive heartbeat was fluttering.

Duke drops Michigan in Cameron

Nearly 12 minutes into Saturday's game against Michigan, head coach Mike Krzyzewski was not pleased with Duke's effort.<br> <a href="http://blog.dukechronicle.com">Blog: Should Paulus and Smith...

Buzzer-beating putback lifts Duke over Pitt

With 12.1 seconds remaining in Saturday's game against Pittsburgh, Duke found itself in a familiar situation-a rough, ugly game that came down to the wire.

Blue Devils roll past Albany

On the opening possession of the second half, Duke guard Greg Paulus tossed a soft lob pass from the top of the key towards the basket. Sophomore Gerald Henderson grabbed the ball in the air and...

Bench boosts Duke to victory

All season long, Duke has succeeded despite its lack of size in the frontcourt. Stumbling off the block Saturday against Michigan and with freshman Kyle Singler in foul trouble, the Blue Devils...

Duke loss will linger with layoff

For the first time this season, Duke was going home with a loss. It was a tough one to lose-a sell-out crowd in a rowdy arena against a team with a 10-0 record just like Duke's. No one said the...

Duke edges Scarlet Knights with toughness and grit

When Duke head coach Joanne P. McCallie described a team as physical, scrappy and gritty Thursday, she was not talking about Rutgers.

Historic programs set to face off

After a week without competition-its longest break of the season-No. 6 Duke is ready to get back on the court.

SWEET REVENGE

With a chance to seal the game at the free-throw line, Carrem Gay didn't let her memory drift back to the last time Duke faced Rutgers.

Duke seeks payback for NCAA Tournament loss

At her introductory press conference in April, a reporter asked newly-hired head coach Joanne P. McCallie about playing Texas, former head coach Gail Goestenkors' new team. Her answer was somewhat...

Pocius will undergo season-ending surgery

Junior guard Marty Pocius has decided to have season-ending surgery on his left ankle.