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X-factor: Mikayla Boykin ready to take the reins of Duke women's basketball

(11/24/20 10:07am)

Two of our women's basketball beats Christian Olsen and Ramona Naseri engage in a point/counterpoint debating who will be Duke's X-factor following the departures of Haley Gorecki and Leaonna Odom. Here is Christian's argument for why Boykin is the one to emerge—to read Ramona's argument, click here.




Duke women's basketball 2020-21 player preview: Mikayla Boykin

(11/11/20 3:39am)

College basketball season is approaching, and with that the Blue Zone gives you a breakdown of the 2020-2021 women's basketball squad.  Be sure to check out the previous previews: Vanessa de Jesus, Uchenna Nwoke, Jiselle Havas, Sara Anastasieska, Jada Claude, Jaida Patrick, Onome Akinbode-James, Jennifer Ezeh and Miela Goodchild.












Duke in the NBA: Conference finals

(09/21/20 1:45pm)

The conference finals are well underway, and the NBA bubble is emptier than it’s ever been. However, three former Blue Devils remain in the playoffs, gunning for the first ever bubble championship. So far, their performances have ranged from historic to negligible, but at the end of the day, all that matters is what college they went to. Over the next week, Duke’s playoff presence will be in jeopardy once again, and the former Blue Devils will have to put in career performances to ensure the survival of their teams.




Nolan Smith organizes Black Lives Matter protest in K-Ville, Coach K addresses crowd

(08/27/20 8:14pm)

For the first time since the Duke vs. North Carolina game this past March, Krzyzewskiville was filled with passionate spectators. However, the passion of these spectators was nothing like the loud, irreverent Crazies we’re used to seeing on that grass. Instead, the hot August wind carried an angry and somber energy.