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On a chilly North Carolina night—one on which temperatures dropped below freezing before the opening faceoff—the Blue Devils got hot in the second half, making for a blazing start to the season.
With an 0-5 ledger against ranked opponents heading into Thursday night's game against No. 10 Florida State, the Blue Devils had yet another opportunity to pick up a signature win.
For many, life can be a series of misfortunes, regrets and mistakes. But for former Duke standout Jay Williams, as the title of his book says, life is not an accident.
Following its big win Monday against Louisville, the Blue Devils continue their four-game gauntlet with a stiff test against No. 7 Virginia. The Cavaliers enter the game on a seven-game win streak and will bring their tenacious defense to Cameron Indoor Stadium looking for revenge after a close loss to Duke a year ago. Before each game, the Chronicle takes a look at one player from each team who could be the difference maker in Duke's upcoming contest:
With nearly half of conference play behind them, the Blue Devils sit at 17-8 and 6-5 in the ACC. Duke has worked its way through injuries and early struggles to play better basketball in recent weeks. The Chronicle's women's basketball beat writers take a look at some of the storylines facing the team the rest of the way.
CORAL GABLES, Fla.—For the second time in as many games, the Blue Devils will be without their star.
CORAL GABLES, Fla.— For any team playing without its leading scorer, offensive struggles are a near-certainty. But without the ACC's third-leading scorer, struggle still might have been an understatement for the Duke offense.
After losing four of their last five games, the Blue Devils will look to get back on track Tuesday night against Georgia Tech. Duke enters the contest unranked for the first time in eight years but will face off against a Yellow Jacket team that is only 2-6 in ACC play. Here are three keys to the game:
Maybe the Blue Devils’ sudden fall from the ranks of the elite was a wake-up call.
Nearly 12 months ago, in the early minutes of an ACC contest in Winston Salem, N.C., the Duke training staff was once again tending to Oderah Chidom.
After losing three consecutive conference games, the Blue Devils will look to get back to their winning ways Saturday when they face in-state rival N.C. State. Despite starting off conference play 0-5, the Wolfpack have shown improvement in recent games and have the talent to knock off Duke for the second consecutive season. Before each game, the Chronicle takes a look at one player from each team who could be the difference maker in Duke's upcoming contest:
Whether you want to count it as 16 years, 312 weeks or 2,188 days, Duke has been a staple of the weekly Associated Press women’s college basketball rankings. As of Monday, the third-longest streak in poll history is no more.
The Blue Devils will look to bounce back from their first conference loss Saturday when they host Notre Dame. After blowing a 12-point first half lead against Clemson, Duke will look to get off to a fast start and use the energy of its home crowd to stay ahead. Here are three keys to the game:
The ninth-ranked Blue Devils will look to stay perfect in conference play Wednesday when they head to Greenville, S.C, to take on Clemson. With a win, Duke would become one of two programs in the nation to reach the 200 win-mark this decade. The Tigers are on a roll of their own and will look to win their third consecutive conference game. Before each game, the Chronicle takes a look at one player from each team who could be the difference maker in Duke's upcoming contest:
Through 60 minutes of ACC play, the Blue Devils were struggling to find themselves. After shooting just 43 percent from the field and yielding 125 points to its opposition through its first game-and-a-half, Duke appeared in danger of falling to 0-2 in conference play.
Although it wasn't always pretty, No. 15 Duke came away with its first road win of the year with a 81-64 victory against Boston College. Despite struggling early in the game, the Blue Devils had a strong offensive showing in the second half and topped 80 points for the ninth time in their last 10 games.
No. 15 Duke opens ACC play with its first true-road game of the season Saturday against Boston College at 4:30 p.m. The Blue Devils have a 27-8 record all-time in conference openers under head coach Mike Krzyzewski and will look to add to that total against an Eagles squad that has struggled against ranked-opponents. Here are three keys to the game:
The 15th-ranked Blue Devils will play their second game in three days as they host Long Beach State Wednesday at 4 p.m. The matchup will conclude the non-conference portion of Duke's schedule with ACC play kicking off Saturday against Boston College. The Blue Zone takes a look at one player from each team who could be the difference in the game:
COLUMBIA, S.C.—For most top-tier freshmen, there comes a time when their team looks to them to step up and put their mark on a big-game situation. Sunday afternoon, Duke freshman Kyra Lambert did all she could to keep the Blue Devils afloat, but it was not enough.