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First in recent string of Duke one-and-done players, Kyrie Irving blossoms into NBA star, leader for Team USA

(07/27/16 4:19am)

LOS ANGELES—He is poised to be the starting point guard for Team USA in this summer's Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, but Kyrie Irving was not always sure he would wear the red, white and blue during international competition.


Mike Krzyzewski set for final Olympics as Team USA head coach

(08/01/16 4:00am)

LOS ANGELES—When newly-appointed USA Basketball Managing Director Jerry Colangelo brought in Mike Krzyzewski to lead the national team in 2005, the team was coming off two of its worst performances ever—a sixth-place finish at the 2002 FIBA World Championship and bronze-medal finish and three losses at the 2004 Olympics.




Duke women's soccer set for week-long trip to Beijing as part of Consultation on People-to-People Exchange

(06/01/16 4:07am)

When Duke head coach Robbie Church found out via email in late March that his team had been invited to Beijing for the seventh annual Consultation on People-to-People Exchange, he was not sure the Blue Devils would be able to participate.






Chron Chat: Looking ahead for Duke men's basketball

(04/20/16 5:41am)

The Blue Devils' offseason has already been busy, with point guard Derryck Thornton transferring from Duke after one year and Durham buzzing about whether the Blue Devils will add Marques Bolden for next year. The Chronicle's men's basketball beat writers take a look at these storylines and Duke's outlook for the upcoming season.








Mason, Besser chose different paths, but now fighting for the same thing

(03/19/16 6:26am)

PROVIDENCE, R.I.—For a while, Duke and Yale have been worlds apart in the realm of athletics, even as the two schools vied for spots in the U.S. News and World Report's top 10 universities. The Blue Devils are coming off a national championship, and before this year, the Bulldogs had not reached the NCAA tournament in 53 years.