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No. 8-seed Duke women's tennis struggles with court switch, exits ACC tournament against North Carolina

(04/20/24 12:54pm)

CARY, N.C.—Chants of “Tar–Heels” roared throughout Cary Tennis Park as No. 1-seed North Carolina had taken the doubles point in relatively easy fashion and was out to a 1-0 lead against No.8-seed Duke in Friday’s ACC tournament quarterfinal. Then, after about 20 minutes of doubles play, the rain came. 

No. 21 Duke women's tennis earns dominant win against Louisville, will face Wake Forest in ACC tournament

(04/15/24 4:21pm)

On Sunday afternoon, No. 21 Duke showed off why expectations were so high leading into the season. Head coach Jamie Ashworth’s squad won in dominant fashion on the road against Louisville, coming away with a 4-0 sweep against the Cardinals. 

No. 24 Duke women’s tennis coasts to 7-0 victory against Princeton in spring break matchup in Orlando

(03/14/24 4:01pm)

After Shavit Kimchi won the second set of her singles match, No. 24 Duke’s battle against Princeton was all but finished Wednesday afternoon in Orlando, Fla. The Israeli freshman’s straight-set win was the third in a row for the Blue Devils, following junior Emma Jackson and graduate student Brianna Shvets, who was facing off against her former team. These three singles matches, along with the Blue Devils smoothly capturing the doubles point, gave Duke the requisite four points to secure an eventual 7-0 victory. 

No. 17 Duke women's tennis rebounds from loss to Ohio State with shutout win against UCLA in weekend series

(02/04/24 6:56pm)

Shavit Kimchi fell down 3-0 early in the first set of her single’s match Saturday against No. 13 UCLA’s Kimmi Hance before turning in one of the more impressive performances the 17th-ranked Blue Devils have seen all season. The Sdey Hemed, Israel, native battled back to win the match 4-6, 6-3, 6-1 and seal a 4-0 sweep for Duke against the Bruins at the Ty Tucker Tennis Center in Columbus, Ohio. 

Duke men's basketball 2023-24 player preview: Caleb Foster

(10/20/23 1:23am)

As the beginning of basketball season is near, the Blue Zone provides a detailed preview of each player on Duke men's basketball's 2023-24 roster. We've already looked at Stanley Borden, Spencer Hubbard, Neal Begovich, Jaden Schutt, Christian Reeves, Jaylen Blakes, TJ Power, Ryan Young and Sean Stewart. Next up is freshman guard Caleb Foster: