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Duke women's lacrosse 2024 season preview

(02/08/24 9:42pm)

It was a bit of a rocky road last year for Duke. After a stellar 2022 regular season that featured a consistent top-10 ranking, the Blue Devils struggled pretty immediately in the postseason, falling in their first matchup of the ACC tournament and in their second of the NCAA tournament. The disappointment only continued into 2023. Conference play was Duke’s Achilles’ Heel. After a 6-2 ACC slate in 2022, the Blue Devils ended at 1-8 in the 2023 regular season. 

Rader's late penalty not enough to save No. 22 Duke women's soccer from road defeat at Pittsburgh

(10/06/23 8:39am)

An 11th-hour rally spurred by a penalty kick goal wasn’t enough to push No. 22 Duke past Pittsburgh’s well-oiled offense Thursday night. Two goals within five minutes of the second-half restart delivered the Panthers their first win against the Blue Devils in program history. 

Clemson scores in final minutes to keep Duke women's lacrosse winless in ACC play

(03/13/23 4:17pm)

CLEMSON, S.C.—Duke traveled to Clemson in pursuit of its first ACC win Saturday in its first-ever matchup against the previously unranked Tigers. It would leave Historic Riggs field empty-handed, falling to Clemson 11-10 in a tight matchup that saw five lead changes and the largest gap being just three goals. 

'Kept our foot on the gas': Duke baseball's offense explodes for 52 runs in home sweep of Baylor

(02/28/23 1:08am)

Duke’s star power at the plate was on full display this weekend, with a 10-3 win Sunday against Baylor to sweep the three-game series, and decisive wins of 20-1 Friday and 22-3 Saturday. While they did get off to a slower start Sunday than in the previous two games, once the Blue Devils turned it into overdrive, they did not let up. The eighth inning saw big hits from Andrew Fischer, Jay Beshears, Alex Stone and MJ Metz that busted the game open for the Blue Devils, who tallied six runs to extend their lead from 4-3 to the final 10-3. With that, they sent the Bears back to Waco, Texas, with three more in the loss column.