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Women’s golf found itself in an unusual position Sunday—the top-ranked Blue Devils trailed their opponent in the Hooters Collegiate Match Play Championship.
Looking at the scoreboard, the Blue Devils appeared dominant, but on the court the team was sloppy Monday night.
The best Duke women’s basketball class ever is now history.
Julius Hodge decided to return for his senior season instead of jumping to the pros because he wanted to win a national championship. But without a supporting cast, the reigning ACC Player of the Year’s chances at the title appear to be relatively slim.
After a 1-0 loss to Clemson (10-5, 4-3 in the ACC) Friday night, 10th-ranked Duke (12-4, 5-2) felt pressure on a day that was supposed to be all about celebration. The Blue Devils responded with a Senior Day victory, routing Virginia Tech (8-6, 3-4) 9-3.
The Duke women’s golf team successfully defended its Tar Heel Invitational title this weekend without even realizing it.
A pair of Floridian ACC opponents pushed the volleyball team to the limit this weekend but Duke overpowered its opponents late to emerge victorious in each.
Frosty described both the weather and the golf Tuesday at the NCAA Fall Preview in Sunriver, Ore.
The 14th-ranked men’s golf team got its season underway this weekend at the Bank of Tennessee at the Ridges Tournament. Duke finished in a disappointing tie for 10th as the home state Tennessee Volunteers dominated the field.
The Durham Bulls, two-time defending champions of the International League, quietly clinched a playoff spot last week. They were so quiet, in fact, that only 1,160 fans, nearly 6,000 people below the season average, showed up to see the Bulls start their playoff run Wednesday.
Although Tuesday nights are usually quiet in Durham, 7,014 fans packed into Durham Bulls Athletic Park to see the final regular-season home game and made plenty of noise. But the Bulls’ bats could not match the din of the crowd, as Durham fell to Richmond 3-2.