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Duke swimming and diving drops final dual meet at North Carolina

(01/29/23 3:33pm)

CHAPEL HILL—For its final dual meet of the 2022-2023 season, Duke headed 20 minutes south to Koury Natatorium to face off against North Carolina. Although Duke came away empty-handed from Chapel Hill, losing on the women’s side 156-144 and in men’s 180-119, the Blue Devils did not leave without setting off some fireworks for spectators to enjoy.


Duke swimming and diving swept at home by N.C. State on Senior Day

(01/21/23 4:19pm)

Duke kicked off the 2023 portion of its season Jan. 14 with its first of two Triangle-area matchups, as N.C. State (No. 5 men, No. 4 women) traveled to Taishoff Aquatics Pavillion to face off against the Blue Devils. It was an emotional matchup for the Blue Devils, as it was the first since the passing of head coach Dan Colella in December at age 60. A moment of silence was held before the commencement of the competition, and N.C. State also showed its respect for the long-time head coach of the program, wearing supportive caps and leaving a memorial in honor of Collela after the completion of the meet.



No. 7-seed Duke men's soccer holds on to slim lead to beat No. 10-seed FIU in NCAA tournament third round

(11/28/22 5:17am)

It is an important time for soccer, with the World Cup in full swing in Qatar. Sunday afternoon, a heavyweight matchup between Spain and Germany raged on overseas. Meanwhile, No. 7-overall seed Duke laced up its boots at Koskinen Stadium for its third-round NCAA tournament matchup against No. 10-overall seed Florida International. 


Duke swimming and diving returns home victorious against South Carolina, women post near-perfect day

(11/05/22 10:56pm)

After a short hiatus from Taishoff Aquatic Pavilion, Duke came storming back with victories on both the men’s and women’s sides. From the get-go, the Blue Devils smelt blood in the water, and the Gamecocks chose the wrong Friday to come to Durham. With convincing victories, the Duke men (182-116) and women (187-113) picked up another pair of wins.