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'We’ve got to get better': Despite standouts, ACC Indoor Championships deliver mixed bag for Duke

(02/25/24 10:52pm)

Up in Boston for the ACC Championships this weekend, Duke saw plenty of success, but it wasn’t enough for its lofty standards. The women’s team fell short of the win they seeked to repeat after last year’s outdoor ACC trophy, placing fourth instead with 64 points. The men’s team was farther back, finishing in ninth place with a total of 27 points. 




ChronSports' Top 10 of 2023 — No. 6: Duke women's track and field smashes ACC Championship record in first outright team win

(12/29/23 6:18pm)

As the bow gets tied on 2023, The Chronicle’s sports department is reviewing the biggest storylines in Duke athletics throughout the year. Each day until the calendar flips to January, we will cover two of the most significant moments in Blue Devil sports from 2023.



Duke cross country falls short at NCAA Southeast Regionals, Maatoug advances to national championships

(11/12/23 6:07pm)

In a team sport that is so dependent on the performance of every individual, it can seem unfair how many things can go wrong. But even in the face of injury, adversity or just an off-day, athletes have to show up and cross country runners have to run.



After her second-place finish at ACC Championships, Amina Maatoug's ceiling keeps rising

(10/29/23 3:42am)

In Friday’s ACC Cross Country Championships, junior Amina Maatoug led the Blue Devils with a spectacular second-place finish, the highest since Duke runner Juliet Bottorff won individual gold in 2013. With five ranked teams going into Friday’s race, including the winner of the previous seven ACC team titles (N.C. State), the ACC is — and always has been — one of the deepest conferences in the nation. In an event where even placing top-21 to earn all-ACC honors is a tough feat to accomplish, Maatoug went above and beyond, finishing ahead of all but one of her 143 competitors.