Duke plays at No. 8 Clemson
No. 2 Duke (13-2-1, 5-1-1 in the ACC) can clinch the ACC regular-season title and the top seed in the upcoming ACC tournament with a win Friday night, but it won't come easily as No. 8 Clemson...
2008 women's basketball recruit visits Duke campus
When current high school junior Shay Selby watched Maryland come back and stun Duke in the national championship game last April, she almost cried because she wanted the Blue Devils to win. Now,...
Freshman Moss leads Duke's offensive unit
Don't let Rachael Moss' sweet demeanor fool you-the freshman is a well-oiled, killing machine. With 205 kills so far this season, Moss is second only to junior Carrie DeMange, with 259, on the...
Top recruit closes in on decision
Kyle Singler, ranked No. 4 overall in his class, visited Duke in September. He also visisted Arizona and Kansas and is now taking time to discuss the decision with his family and coaches.
Women's basketball team seeks to expunge bitter memories
Looking back on last season, head coach Gail Goestenkors identified the loss to Maryland-in the ACC Tournament semifinals-as one of the most defining moments of the year for her team.
Paulus' injury changes outlook
The sophomore point guard reaggravated a previous foot injury in practice Saturday, and there has been no timetable set for his return.
Paulus injured in practice
Sophomore point guard Greg Paulus, one of Duke's three captains for the upcoming season, injured his left foot in a drill during Saturday's practice, associate athletic director Jon Jackson...
Davis builds on business success with NBA team
Brian Davis and former Duke teammate Christian Laettner made headlines last week when it was announced that the two were leading a group of investors who agreed to buy a majority stake in the...
Former Dukies to buy Grizzlies
An investment group led by former Duke basketball stars Christian Laettner and Brian Davis has reached an agreement to buy a majority stake in the NBA's Memphis Grizzlies.
Coach G names 2006-07 captains
Seniors Lindsey Harding and Alison Bales were elected by their teammates to be co-captains of the women's basketball team for the 2006-2007 season, head coach Gail Goestenkors announced...
CBE announces tournament field
The College Basketball Experience Classic in which Duke will compete this November announced its complete 16-field team Monday. Duke, Marquette, Stanford and Texas Tech will each host three other...
Singler mulls over scholarship offers
Singler is rated the top small forward and fourth best prospect overall in the recruiting class of 2007 by scout.com. The 6-foot-8 forward, who wears No. 33 in honor of Larry Bird, can play inside...
Blue Devils garner 2 commitments for 2007
The Blue Devils received verbal commitments last week from two players-Jasmine Thomas and Karima Christmas-bringing the team's total to three recruits for the class of 2007.
Redick sentenced to community service
J.J. Redick pleaded guilty Monday to drunken driving charges stemming from his June 13 arrest near Duke's campus. The ACC and Duke's all-time leading scorer received a one-year sentence of...
Beard receives warm welcome in USA win
With under 10 seconds left in the first quarter, former Duke shooting guard Alana Beard came off a screen, found an opening on the right side and drained a deep two-pointer to give the U.S. Senior...
Q&A: Krzyzewski discusses basketball issues
Men's basketball head coach Mike Krzyzewski is back at Duke after a summer spent leading the U.S. Men's Senior National Team. He spoke to the media Monday about his thoughts on his experience...
Coach K reflects on national team
Mike Krzyzewski ended the 2006 FIBA World Championships with a bronze medal--but in his eyes, it was only the first step to winning gold at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. Although Krzyzewski has...
Cameron hosts USA game
It isn't Duke basketball season just yet, but Krzyzewskiville will take on a party atmosphere tonight in preparation for the U.S. Women's Senior National Team's exhibition game against Australia.
Duke welcomes visiting, top-rated recruits
This weekend two high school seniors-Kelly Cain and Karima Christmas-will make official visits to Duke as they try to sift through a number of scholarship offers and decide where to lend their...
Training camp at Duke shows sport's growth
For years the Triangle has been known for its men's basketball. Mike Krzyzewski, Dean Smith, Jim Valvano and others have made the area one of the nation's most famous for men's competition on any...
Beard returns to Duke with Team USA
Beard, a Blue Devil from 2001 to 2004, is a member of the USA Women's Senior National Team that began practicing Tuesday and will continue until Sept. 6 in preparation for the FIBA World...
Young Blue Devils will face challenges in '06-'07 schedule
The 2006-07 Blue Devils may not have the experience of last year's team, but they will get some big-game exposure in a hurry.
Team USA to train in Cameron
Former Blue Devil star Alana Beard is coming home to Cameron Indoor Stadium Tuesday, and she's bringing the rest of the 2006 USA Women's World Championship Team with her.
Future Blue Devils help win gold for Team USA
<b>Men's Basketball: </b>With his role as head coach of the Senior National Team, head coach Mike Krzyzewski may be Duke's most prominent link to USA Basketball, but he wasn't the only Blue Devil...
Redick, Williams embark on pro careers
Head coach Mike Krzyzewski has recommended that J.J. Redick and Shelden Williams both have their jerseys retired during ceremonies next season, a senior Athletics Department official confirmed to...
Jefferson, Duke basketball feast on Furman
Sharing is caring: Unselfishness continues to pave way for Duke basketball
Wallace Wade construction set to begin following Wake Forest game, finish by 2016
Duke volleyball drops 5-set thriller to North Carolina
Duke football hopes to send seniors out in style against Wake Forest