Tomlinson, Crowder ready for NFL draft
Former Blue Devils Laken Tomlinson—a potential first-round selection—and Jamison Crowder could be the first pair of Duke products drafted since 1996.
From the sticks to 301
The Chronicle's sports editor Nick Martin reflects on his time as head of the department and those that made it possible.
Duke women's golf ties for seventh at PING/ASU Invitational, Maguire named
It was not the end result they were hoping for this weekend, but the Blue Devils have done everything except ease up down the stretch—and with the ACC tournament five days away, a seventh-place...
Jahlil Okafor announces decision to enter 2015 NBA Draft
Jahlil Okafor has announced his decision to forgo his remaining three years of eligibility and will enter the 2015 NBA Draft, the team announced Thursday.
The legend of Tyus Stones
When it comes to crunch time, there has been nobody in college basketball better than Duke's freshman point guard this season.
FIVE GOLDEN RINGS: Duke wins fifth national title, upending Wisconsin 68-63
The drive for five was not without its bumps, but led by the second-half heroics of rookie guards Tyus Jones and Grayson Allen, Duke will hang yet another banner at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Just what the doctor ordered—Duke's Matt Jones and Wisconsin's Bronson Koenig
Coming in the form of two much-improved sophomores, a pair of January losses ended up being addition by subtraction for the Blue Devils and Badgers.
Primetime performers: Tyus Jones and Sam Dekker set to fight for national title in crunch time
Two of the most clutch players in the nation will do battle in the national title game Monday night.
BRING ON WISCONSIN: Duke basketball faces Badgers in rematch for 2015 national title
The Blue Devils will play for a chance to win it all in Indianapolis Monday night.
Suffocating team defense paves way for Duke basketball in Final Four
The Blue Devils have looked like a new group on the defensive end in the NCAA tournament.
Michigan State channeling its inner Connecticut, 'fears no one' in run to Final Four
If what Michigan State is doing in the tournament seems familiar, it should—you watched last year's national champions win the title the same exact way.
Marshall Plumlee looks to follow brothers' footsteps in Indianapolis Final Four
For the third time in five years, a Plumlee will take the court for Duke in a Final Four.
A house divided
For twins Carly and Daniel Pardo, the stakes for Saturday’s Final Four contest between Duke and Michigan State will be twice as high.
Blue Devils, Spartans set to battle in Final Four
A lot has changed since the Blue Devils and Spartans first clashed in Indianapolis in November, and this time, a spot to the championship will be on the line.
Duke students march in protest following noose on campus
In an organized protest Wednesday afternoon, several hundred Duke students gathered at the West Campus bus stop before walking to the tree where a noose was hung early that morning.
Campbell claws back, deals Duke baseball fourth straight loss
After being swept by Boston College last weekend, the Blue Devils came out firing against Campbell. The only problem—the Camels fired back.
Ten former Blue Devils take part in Duke Pro Day
Jamison Crowder, Laken Tomlinson headlined a group of former Blue Devils that looked to impress scouts from 30 NFL teams Wednesday.
Winslow puts it all together to earn a trip home
Justise Winslow stuffed the stat sheet Sunday, teaming with Jahlil Okfafor to secure a spot in the Sweet Sixteen, to be hosted in his hometown of Houston.
Duke basketball takes on San Diego State in Round of 32
After making it through the first round with ease, the Blue Devils' road to Indianapolis will get tougher—and taller.
Cook, Winslow give Duke needed edge in first-round rout of Robert Morris
Duke came out and did what it was supposed to do Friday—crush Robert Morris. But during the win, a few of the Blue Devils' old demons showed up.
Henson to return to Duke women's basketball for fifth season in 2015-16
With two years of eligibility remaining and a promising young squad returning, the resilient forward will be in Durham for at least one more go-round.
2015 NCAA tournament preview: N.C. State Wolfpack
Notre Dame knocks Duke basketball out of ACC tournament
A sloppy first half by the Blue Devils handed the Fighting Irish a 15-point halftime lead, one that withstood a big second-half comeback effort by Duke.
Kevin White one of three new members to join U.S. Olympic Committee
Kevin White, vice president and director of athletics, has been named to the 16-member U.S. Olympic Committee.
Big first half fuels Duke basketball rout of N.C. State
The Blue Devils advanced to the ACC tournament semifinals and avenged their first loss of the season against the Wolfpack.