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Each week, we’ll recap how each of Duke’s sports currently in competition performed over the last week, and give a brief look ahead. We continue with the week of Oct. 12.
Each week, we’ll recap how each of Duke’s sports currently in competition performed over the last week, and give a brief look ahead. We continue with the week of Oct. 5.
One if by land and two if by sea—there must’ve been only a single lantern in the Chapel today, because the Blue Devils were marching via the ground game.
Duke traveled up north to Syracuse looking to finally get in the win column after its first 0-4 start since 2006. The Blue Devils showed some offensive promise, and despite some costly turnovers lead 24-14 heading into the locker room.
After a tough shutout loss to rival North Carolina, Duke will look to get its season jumpstarted against another in-state foe.
Each week, we’ll recap how each of Duke’s sports currently in competition performed over the last week, and give a brief look ahead. We continue with the week of Sept. 28.
The biggest thing holding this Duke football team back right now is their mental toughness. Everyone knows that head coach David Cutcliffe breeds winners and keeps a winning attitude in the locker room, but now more than ever, he needs to boost the confidence level of team.
Each week, our beat writers will recap how each of Duke’s sports currently competing performed over the last week, as well as give a brief look ahead. We start with the week of Sept. 21.
After what felt like an eternity, Duke men’s soccer finally returned to the pitch Monday night.
The Blue Devils put up a strong showing against Notre Dame in the season opener last week and despite the loss, there were many positive takeaways. This week they’ll face off against Boston College, whose team is sporting a new look to both their offense and defense. The Blue Zone gives you a player from each team that could prove to be the deciding factor on Saturday.
When Duke takes the field at Kentucky Sept. 21, it will be its first match in 320 days, an extended period of time that is sure to leave the Blue Devils a bit rusty to begin the fall.
After a disappointing season last year, head coach John Kerr brings in 11 talented freshmen in hopes of generating a rebound. This incoming class draws players from diverse backgrounds, but is ultimately headlined by Peter Stroud, one of the best recruits to actually be playing at the collegiate level this season. Last year, the Blue Devils went 7-9-2 overall, including a measly 2-5-1 in conference play, and were knocked out in the first round of the ACC tournament. But with the amount of incoming talent on their hands, expectations are through the roof.
Another year, another new crop of men's basketball players coming to Durham. In this series, we will analyze film on each of Duke’s signees and transfers for the 2020-21 season. Previous film rooms include Jalen Johnson, DJ Steward and Jeremy Roach. Let’s continue with the next man up to grace a Blue Devil uniform as a dominant inside presence, Mark Williams:
In Instagram and Twitter posts Wednesday morning, NBA 2K announced that Pelicans rookie Zion Williamson would be featured as one of three cover athletes for their upcoming 2K21 video game. The announcement comes one day after Trail Blazers star Damian Lillard was premiered as the first cover athlete.
With Quentin Harris out of eligibility, Duke heads into its second consecutive fall looking for a new starting quarterback. Our Max Rego, Alex Jackson and Jake Piazza break down the case for each of the Blue Devils' three main options: redshirt junior Chris Katrenick, Clemson transfer Chase Brice and redshirt sophomore Gunnar Holmberg.
The Chronicle’s best wins bracket previously introduced some of Duke men’s basketball’s top moments throughout the years. This new series coincides with those moments, shedding light on some of Duke Athletics’ other highlights throughout the school’s storied history. We hope you enjoy this stroll down memory lane. Today's moment: Duke women’s basketball marks their place in history with an undefeated regular season.
The Chronicle’s best wins bracket previously introduced some of Duke men’s basketball’s top moments throughout the years. This new series coincides with those moments, shedding light on some of Duke Athletics’ other highlights throughout the school’s storied history. We hope you enjoy this stroll down memory lane. Today's moment: Duke baseball snags a game from Vanderbilt in the 2019 Super Regionals.
Boston Celtics star Jayson Tatum and New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones took to Instagram this past week to announce their entries into Michael Rubin’s All In Challenge. Both of them offered up incredible opportunities among hundreds of other celebrities and organizations.