Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of The Chronicle's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
371 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
It dawned on me recently that very soon, my Duke ID will not grant me access into The Chronicle office anymore. Instead of the scanner light flashing green, it will flicker to red, a gentle reminder that my time at The Chronicle, and in college, is over.
With 10 consecutive wins to its name and a first-round victory against Oral Roberts in the books, No. 5-seed Duke meets No. 4-seed Tennessee in Orlando, Fla., Saturday afternoon with a trip to the NCAA tournament's Sweet 16 on the line. As tipoff nears, The Chronicle's beat writers make their picks.
On Thursday, the NCAA tournament begins in earnest, and that evening, No. 5-seed Duke begins a new NCAA tournament run, this time with a new head coach but the same goal of a sixth national title banner in Cameron Indoor Stadium.
At 8:30 p.m. Saturday, No. 4-seed Duke and No. 2-seed Virginia meet to cap a wild week in Greensboro Coliseum in the ACC tournament final. Before tipoff, The Chronicle's beat writers make their predictions on which team will take home the title.
CHAPEL HILL—This game itself never needs any extra factors to make it special. The 259 previous meetings, 12 national championships and eight miles between the two schools guarantee greatness each time the ball tips off.
At 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Duke and North Carolina meet for the second time this season, this time down the road in Chapel Hill. Before the regular-season finale tips off, The Chronicle's beat writers make their predictions.
Louisville guard El Ellis turned toward his bench after making his second of three threes in the first five minutes of play. Ellis' play and body language made it clear: The Cardinals were in Durham intending to play spoiler.
CORAL GABLES, Fla.—Duke found itself at a crossroads prior to its tipoff against Miami.
CORAL GABLES, Fla.—Duke is on its first three-game win streak since December, but to win a fourth-straight contest, it has to go through Miami. The Blue Devils are down 40-26 at the Watsco Center, and we bring you our five takeaways from the opening 20 minutes.
Before North Carolina takes the trip down to the road to face Duke, The Chronicle's beat writers are here to make their score predictions and more.
Every Duke-North Carolina game dating back to the origins of the rivalry has had a heightened level of competitive flare. But this one is different.
Duke simply cannot stack wins on top of each other right now, and its NCAA tournament resume is suffering. But a pivotal couple weeks offers the program a chance to finally build momentum in conference play.
The Blue Devils will be without one of their top freshmen for Saturday's game against Georgia Tech, head coach Jon Scheyer said in his Thursday press conference.
CLEMSON, S.C.—Every seat in Littlejohn Coliseum had a shirt draped over it that read “Grit Lives Here,” and the cheap cotton T-shirts turned out to be right.
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.
Before Tuesday night's tilt between No. 15 Duke and Iowa in the Jimmy V Classic, The Chronicle's beat writers predict the outcome. Here is what they forecast in the Blue Devils' latest visit to Madison Square Garden.
Looking for its first top-25 win of the season, No. 17 Duke welcomes No. 25 Ohio State to Cameron Indoor Stadium for a Wednesday night showdown in the last-ever ACC/Big Ten Challenge. Before tipoff, our beat writers make their predictions.
On the heels of back-to-back wins against Oregon State and Xavier, No. 8 Duke now looks ahead to its championship tilt at the Phil Knight Legacy against No. 24 Purdue in Portland, Ore. With both the Blue Devils and Boilermakers in pursuit of a trophy in the Rose Quarter, our beat writers make their predictions before Sunday's 3:30 p.m. tipoff at the Moda Center.
The game had all the makings of an upset and at points, even felt like it could be one.
The Blue Devils are back, and so is Cameron Chronicles.