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Junior Myles Jones picked up five points in the Blue Devils' season-opening win Saturday.
Senior Kyle Keenan is one of three Blue Devils that have been suspended indefinitely for the beginning 2015 season.
Senior center Elizabeth Williams posted 18 points, eight rebounds and six blocks in Duke’s first meeting against Wake Forest.
Justise Winslow will look to help Duke overcome the loss of Rasheed Sulaimon Saturday at No. 2 Virginia.
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The ability of Quinn Cook and company to be strong with the ball and contain D'Angelo Harrison are two of the keys to Duke-St. John's Sunday afternoon.
Freshman center Jahlil Okafor will look to continue playing solid defense as the Blue Devils look to close out their nonconference slate on a high note Sunday.
After racking up 10 points and eight assists Saturday at Louisvile, Jones knocked down four 3-pointers Monday to beat the Panthers.
In addition to his heavy scoring load, Jones also set up his teammates, finishing with four assists.
The Blue Devils will need another strong performance from sophomore Myles Jones to repeat as national champions.
Junior Kyle Keenan made a big impact Saturday, tallying a career-high five points and connecting on all four shots, filling in for injured senior Josh Dionne.
Junior Kyle Turri stepped up in relief in the fourth quarter Saturday, stalling Denver's comeback bid and keeping Duke on track to complete its title defense Monday.
Duke celebrated goals 15 more times Saturday, bringing their NCAA tournament total to 54 in three games.
It took a while for him to get going, but senior Jordan Wolf closed the first half on a personal 3-0 run to give Duke an 8-4 lead.
Students around campus enjoyed the Super Bowl Sunday.
Elizabeth Williams controlled the inside, scoring 13 points and adding seven rebounds and six blocks as the Blue Devils topped Virginia.
Coming off back-to-back 27-point games, redshirt sophomore Rodney Hood will lead Duke into a matchup with Clemson.
Jabari Parker struggled for the second straight game, but Rodney Hood's hot shooting was enough to propel Duke to its first conference win.
The Board of Trustees recently rejected the plan for the West Union remodel, prompting a redesign, said Executive Vice President Tallman Trask.