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Duke men's basketball avoids upset, escapes Boston College with last-second road win

(01/07/23 8:12pm)

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass.—As the saying goes, pressure makes diamonds. Entering its Saturday afternoon matchup against Boston College, Duke found itself under immense scrutiny. N.C. State just handled them on the road, and the Blue Devils, tasked with bouncing back with their backs against the wall, found themselves with their biggest test yet.

ChronSports' Top 10 of 2022 — No. 2: Duke football rights the ship, wins Military Bowl in successful first season under Elko

(12/30/22 7:40am)

As 2022 comes to a close, The Chronicle's sports department takes a look back at the biggest stories of the year in Duke athletics. Each day, we will review a major game, event or storyline that helped shape the course of the year for the Blue Devils. 

'Better than I found it': Duke women’s basketball's six graduate transfers look to make an impact as veteran leaders

(11/05/22 10:08pm)

With a program that prides itself on experience and leadership, the presence of graduate students makes all the sense in the world for Duke. Not only do they provide on-the-court help, but also off-the-court mentorship for younger athletes looking to navigate the collegiate landscape.

5 things to know before Duke football takes on Boston College in first game back from bye

(11/03/22 11:02am)

After a signature win for the Blue Devils against Miami, head coach Mike Elko will lead his players into Chestnut Hill, Mass., to face off against Boston College. With bowl eligibility on the line, Friday night is a crucial game for Duke to continue its positive momentum. Here are five things to know before Duke takes the field against the Eagles.  

Duke swimming and diving sweeps UNC Wilmington, continues strong start

(10/30/22 2:53pm)

Saturday morning, Duke’s campus was silent—a ghost town, one might say, with Halloween spirit in mind. With the exception of a few costume-wearing students, the majority of the student body was asleep, but not the men's and women’s swimming and diving teams. Leaving campus early that morning, Duke traveled to UNC Wilmington for an 11 a.m. meet.