It's not easy to say goodbye.
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It's not easy to say goodbye.
Thanks for attending the first press conference of my life in which I will be the one answering all the questions.
For the past year, I've tried to find the answer to the question many followers of Duke Athletics have been asking: Why is Joe Alleva still the school's athletic director?
After Duke loses, I pull out my watch and start counting the seconds. It's unusual that I reach 10 before hearing my phone ring with my parents on the other end ready to offer their take on what just took place.
April 3, 2004 was the day I decided I would attend Duke.
Gerald Henderson was back in the starting lineup Wednesday night against Georgia Tech. Two hours later, the Blue Devils also found themselves back in familiar territory-in the win column in ACC play and tied with North Carolina atop the league's standings.
For a little more than a year from March 2006 to May 2007, nearly everything related to Duke Lacrosse was chronicled ad nauseam by most major news organizations across the country.
As a college student who writes for the campus newspaper, there's a fine line between your experience as a fan and as a journalist. One day you could be criticizing a coach or player; the next day you might be braving cold weather and long lines just for the chance to cheer them to victory. I speak in hypothetical terms, of course.
With just more than a minute left in Sunday night's win over Maryland, Duke's lead was down to three. As the Blue Devils milked the shot clock, the Terrapins had sliced their deficit from nine with consecutive 3-pointers.
This Sunday, Lindsey Harding will become Duke's second women's basketball player to have her jersey retired in the rafters of Cameron Indoor Stadium. I, for one, do not see the occasion as reason for celebration.
Fellow Duke fans, the holiday season is upon us.
In one of my favorite Seinfeld episodes of all time, "The Maestro," George wonders why a clothing store security guard should spend all day on his feet.
In the media room inside Cameron Indoor Stadium, the walls are adorned with large print photographs of the men's and women's basketball teams.
Basketball season has arrived.
I told myself I wouldn't do this. I promised that this column would be a football-free space this year.
A little more than a year ago, I received an e-mail from a friend who jokingly asked what Joe Alleva had on Richard Brodhead that has kept the Director of Athletics at Duke.
What would you wear if J.J. Redick invited you to the pool with him?
Duke's new women's basketball coach will be former Michigan State head coach Joanne P. McCallie, a source close to the situation confirmed Wednesday.
A week after Gail Goestenkors left for Texas, Duke could be closing in on its next women's basketball head coach.
Donning a burnt-orange sweater, Gail Goestenkors was formally introduced Thursday as Texas' head coach in a press conference that came two days after Duke announced she was leaving.