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My final semester of high school was the hardest time of my life. I was dealing with hardships that I never imagined I would have to go through. Those last few months, I constantly reminded myself that soon enough I would be at Duke. Soon enough, I would be at my safe haven.
With Duke’s season officially in the books, the Blue Zone breaks down each player's season, including comparisons to their preseason projections. We previously looked at Jaylen Blakes, Bates Jones, Joey Baker and Theo John. Next up is Trevor Keels:
With Duke’s season officially in the books, the Blue Zone breaks down each player's season, including comparisons to their preseason projections. We previously looked at Jaylen Blakes, Bates Jones and Joey Baker. Next up is Theo John:
2018-19 Duke men’s basketball alum Cam Reddish was traded on Jan. 13, moving on from the Atlanta Hawks to reunite with his former teammate RJ Barrett on the New York Knicks. Now, the Blue Zone takes a trip down memory lane to look back at some of our favorite moments of the duo both on and off the court during their year with the Blue Devils:
Trevor Keels may not have been the most efficient shooter in Duke’s 88-73 win against N.C. State, but he contributed in plenty of ways.
Duke headed back to Cameron Indoor Stadium for a matinee matchup against N.C. State Saturday. The Wolfpack have a sub-.500 ACC record, but they came to play against the Blue Devils as Duke had to work hard for its 45-36 lead at the half.
This article is the seventh of 16 in our "Coach K's Sweet 16" series, where we will walk back through the legendary head coach's career and recap his most iconic moments. For the full list, click here.
Senior running back Mataeo Durant returned to Duke this season after being the 2020 team offensive MVP, and it’s been more of the same this year.
Kenny Pickett and the high-powered Pittsburgh offense came to Durham Saturday afternoon for an ACC Coastal matchup. Despite Duke coming in as 21-point underdogs, the Blue Devils have given the Panthers a fight thus far and go into halftime down 30-19. Here’s our observations from the first half.
2020-21 record: 12-10, 7-7 in the Patriot League
As November nears, it is becoming apparent that basketball season is on the horizon. That means that it is time for our player previews of every member of Duke men's basketball. Next up is senior Joey Baker. Read the previous previews here: Stanley Borden, Spencer Hubbard, Keenan Worthington, Michael Savarino, Bates Jones, Jaylen Blakes, Theo John and AJ Griffin.
After rattling off three straight home wins, the Blue Devils hit the road Saturday for a date with nearby North Carolina. The Blue Zone brings you a player to watch out for on both sides ahead of Duke's ACC opener:
After a heartbreaking season opener that saw the Blue Devils fall 31-28 to Charlotte, Duke will face North Carolina A&T for its first home game of the season. The Blue Zone gives you a player to look out for from each team this Friday at Wallace Wade Stadium:
2020 season: 4-5, 3-4 in the ACC (10th in the ACC)
Sophomore Thor Ulfarsson started his career at Duke back in January of 2021, but he has already proven his value as a soccer player in just one semester. He has spent the majority of his life training with the club Breidablik, which is south of Reykjavik, Iceland. The striker had to travel a long way to get here, but playing collegiate soccer in the United States is not uncommon in his family.
After a round of preseason exhibitions consisting of two wins, a loss and a draw, the Blue Devils will host their season opener this Friday against Liberty in Koskinen stadium.
It’s (almost) time for Tokyo.
The NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships were one to remember for both competing Blue Devils.
As Duke men's basketball wraps up its season, the Blue Zone gives individual breakdowns of each player's season with comparisons to their pre-season projections. Read the previous player breakdowns here: Mike Buckmire, Patrick Tapé, Jaemyn Brakefield and Henry Coleman III.