Georgia Tech hands Duke women's tennis first loss in ACC play
The Yellow Jackets upset the No. 17 Blue Devils in Durham Sunday, ending Duke's eight-game winning streak.
Duke 200-yard medley relay competes at NCAA Championships
The Blue Devils sent a men’s relay to the NCAA Championships for the first time since the automatic and provisional time standards were implemented.
Blue Devil men's swimming looks to end season strong at NCAA Championships
Duke will leave everything in the pool this weekend as the squad hopes to end the season on a high note.
Vaulting to the top
Junior Megan Clark is on her way to becoming one of the top pole vaulters in Duke program history.
Goldman, Paez compete in NCAA Championships
Leah Goldamn and Isabella Paez competed in multiple butterfly events in their first-ever NCAA championships.
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Duke men's swimming breaks 11 school records at ACC Championships
The Blue Devil 200-yard medley relay team punched its tickets to the NCAA Championships March 26 with a second-place finish.
Duke men's swimming heads to Atlanta for ACC Championships
The men’s squad will head to the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center in Atlanta for the ACC Championships, competing in all four days of morning preliminaries and evening finals starting Wednesday.
Duke women's swimming bolstered by freshman's performance at ACC Championships
In her first conference championships, freshman Leah Goldman was the Blue Devils’ star performer with a podium finish and two program records.
Duke track and field heads to Virginia Tech to finalize postseason roster
With a week before the ACC Championships, Duke will use the Virginia Tech Challenge to fine-tune technique and make final decisions about events.
McClafferty becomes first Blue Devil to break four-minute mile, Duke track excels at Iowa State Classic
The men’s distance group stole the spotlight from the women’s squad with two standout performances Friday and Saturday.
Duke track hopes to make late push at Iowa State Classic, Millrose Games
The Blue Devils will need to use this weekend to improve on their season-best marks if they want to punch their tickets to Fayetteville, Ark., in March.
Duke swimming shines at Carolina College Invitational
With the conference meet around the corner, the Blue Devils previewed a promising postseason at the Carolina College Invitational.
Duke track and field topples 3 school records at Virginia Tech Elite Meet
Teddi Maslowski and Elizabeth Kerpon led the way for Duke this weekend, with three program records falling at their feet in Blacksburg, Va.
Duke track to take on top-ACC talent in Virginia Tech Elite Meet
Duke has just a few meets left to refine its postseason roster with the end of February and the Indoor ACC Championships quickly approaching.
Duke swimming drops regular-season finale to North Carolina
Duke had high hopes for its final meet of the regular season but was not able to keep up with a pair of nationally-ranked Tar Heel squads.
Duke swimming takes aim at North Carolina in regular-season finale
The Blue Devils head to Chapel Hill looking to end a long reign of Tar Heel dominance in head-to-head meetings.
Duke track and field to compete in Armory Collegiate Invitational on national TV
The Blue Devils’ season will kick into high gear this weekend as the team takes on its first of three elite midseason meets.
No. 4 Duke earns trip to ITA National Team Indoor Championships with win against Memphis
No. 4 Duke punched its ticket to the four-day ITA National Team Indoor Championships in February with a 4-0 win against Memphis.
Blue Devil track and field to split up for Tobacco Road Cup, Hokie Invitational
After kicking off the season with a successful team performance at the Carolina Cup, the Blue Devils hope to divide and conquer this weekend.
Duke swimming splits dual meet with Georgia Tech
The Blue Devil women clinched their eighth win of the season in Atlanta, but the men could not crawl out of an early hole.
Duke women's tennis survives scare against William and Mary
Nerves nearly cost the No. 2 Blue Devils their season opener against the Tribe Sunday.