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‘We exceeded the expectation’: Duke fencing impresses at Elite Invitational despite injuries on the men’s side

(11/21/23 12:26am)

No. 9 Duke competed in its second tournament of the season Sunday at the Elite Invitational in Columbus, Ohio. The tournament featured several formidable opponents for the Blue Devils, with Notre Dame, Princeton and Ohio State all ranked within the top five on both the men and women’s side. This fact didn’t stop the Duke women from pulling off several upsets this weekend to close out 5-1. While the men were not able to come away with a winning record, their strength and determination were still on full display.

'Who we actually are': Duke women's basketball flashes immense offensive potential in close loss at Stanford

(11/20/23 7:14pm)

While head coach Kara Lawson would never be willing to admit it, Duke found itself in the rare position to claim what was arguably a moral victory against No. 6 Stanford Sunday afternoon. The Blue Devils played down to the final possession, surviving a career game from star Cardinal forward Cameron Brink in regulation before just barely losing 82-79 in overtime to the host team. 

Sportswrap: Football, women's basketball drop weekend games, men's soccer, field hockey exit postseason

(11/20/23 6:47am)

Sportswrap is your one-stop shop for everything Duke athletics, where we’ll recap how each of Duke’s sports currently in competition performed over the last week and give a brief look ahead. Here’s our recap for the week of Nov. 13-19:

Even with strong performances from Barket, Wimmer, Duke wrestling struggles in Keystone Classic

(11/20/23 5:08am)

Duke had a tournament to forget at the 2023 Keystone Classic in Philadelphia, finishing ninth overall out of the 10 teams competing. After earning its first two wins of the season against Cleveland State and Kent State, the team struggled to replicate last week’s strong showing during Sunday’s tournament. Despite fielding 15 wrestlers across 10 different weight classes, only three Blue Devils won their opening-round matchups, while just two placed in the top five of their respective weight classes. 

'Very disappointing': Duke football's loss to Virginia the latest example of the Blue Devils' inability to put games away

(11/19/23 7:10pm)

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.—Fourth-and-16 at home in front of a sold-out crowd. 30 seconds left in regulation against North Carolina. And now the second half in Charlottesville. Despite the immense talent Duke possesses, the Blue Devils can simply not finish the job. 

Two moments of mindfulness: Our experience with the Duke Wellness Center

(11/19/23 6:37pm)

The Wellness Center is one of the best, but most underutilized, resources on Duke’s campus. As two first-year students during our first of many busy midterm seasons, we felt it was the perfect time to relieve our academic stress with one of the Wellness Center’s best offerings – their Moments of Mindfulness classes – while sharing our experiences with Recess readers. After looking at some of the many offerings, one of us decided to try the Restorative Yoga class and the other signed up for a Creative Writing class. 

'Killers of the Flower Moon': A powerful journey into the dark heart of American history

(11/19/23 6:33pm)

Something is rotten in the state of Oklahoma. At least, that’s true in Martin Scorsese’s new film, “Killers of the Flower Moon,” which examines a conspiracy of betrayal and murder—perpetrated during the sunset of the Wild West against the Osage Native Americans of Oklahoma—that is as grotesque and far-reaching as that in Hamlet’s Denmark.