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Duke swimming and diving drops final dual meet at North Carolina

(01/29/23 3:33pm)

CHAPEL HILL—For its final dual meet of the 2022-2023 season, Duke headed 20 minutes south to Koury Natatorium to face off against North Carolina. Although Duke came away empty-handed from Chapel Hill, losing on the women’s side 156-144 and in men’s 180-119, the Blue Devils did not leave without setting off some fireworks for spectators to enjoy.



'Better than we were': Duke men's basketball benefits from making each other better in blowout win at Georgia Tech

(01/29/23 3:43am)

ATLANTA—Duke had arguably its best performance of the season Saturday afternoon as it easily handled Georgia Tech on the road at McCamish Pavilion. It was a demonstration of how, despite some rocky losses early in the season and in recent years against Georgia Tech, head coach Jon Scheyer and his team understand how to make each other better after a setback.







Season-high attendance, K-Ville tenters propel Duke women’s basketball past Virginia Tech

(01/28/23 4:36am)

On Thursday night, 2,207 people crowded into Cameron Indoor Stadium to watch No. 16 Duke record a convincing 66-55 win against No. 12 Virginia Tech. But Cameron Indoor’s largest crowd of the season was not instigated by the matchup’s implications for the ACC regular-season title, or its significance in helping secure Durham as a host site in the NCAA tournament. 



5 things to know before Duke men's basketball heads to Atlanta for battle with Georgia Tech

(01/27/23 4:41pm)

In a hard-fought battle against the Hokies Monday, the Blue Devils suffered a casualty. Landing badly on his left leg mid-matchup, freshman forward Dariq Whitehead spent the latter half of the game leaning on crutches and watching from the sideline: a sight threateningly reminiscent of the season’s start, when an injury prevented him from seeing the court until Duke’s fourth game. In a press conference Thursday, however, head coach Jon Scheyer relayed that, fortunately for the Blue Devils, Whitehead’s latest injury would not be season-ending.