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Beats' picks: Will Duke women's basketball defeat Colorado, punch ticket to Seattle for Sweet 16?

(03/20/23 1:19pm)

On Monday night, No. 3-seed Duke hosts one last game inside Cameron Indoor Stadium this season, this one against No. 6-seed Colorado for the right to head to Seattle for the NCAA tournament's Sweet 16. With the stakes high as ever in Durham, The Chronicle's beat writers make their predictions.

'We'll be back': Duke women's track and field falls step short of repeat title in wild finish at ACC Indoor Championships

(02/27/23 3:10am)

Sophomore Megan McGinnis ran around the curve of the track just barely ahead of Miami freshman Sanaa Hebron, running at McGinnis’ hip. Anchoring Duke’s women's 4x400m relay race, she crossed the finish line in a flash. The Roanoke, Va., native and her teammates clocked an unofficial time of 3:32.54 — fast enough to win gold in the event, fast enough to qualify for nationals and fast enough to earn Duke the handful of points it needed to clinch the conference championship. But while McGinnis crossed the finish line on time, her baton did not — and that cost Duke everything.

Beats' picks: Will Duke women's basketball take rematch against North Carolina in regular-season finale?

(02/26/23 7:52am)

On Sunday afternoon, plenty is at stake for Duke: A rivalry win, a conference title and a season undefeated within Cameron Indoor Stadium all hang in the balance. With North Carolina set to visit the Blue Devils at 12 p.m. Sunday for the regular-season finale, our beat writers make their predictions.

'Doesn't have to be pretty': For Duke women's basketball, comfortable win against Miami is an encouraging sign

(02/13/23 5:54pm)

When head coach Kara Lawson took a seat in front of the microphone Sunday afternoon, she wasn’t thrilled. With the exception of a single free throw from sophomore guard Shayeann Day-Wilson, Lawson’s team had just ended a game against an important ACC rival with a seven-minute scoring drought. The ninth-ranked Blue Devils struggled to find the basket in the last quarter against Miami, whereas the Hurricanes were picking up speed. The visiting team closed what had once been a 19-point deficit to a 10-point gap with aggressive defense and sharpshooting from deep.