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While there is still no official word on repercussions, in the press conference following Duke's 92-52 win against Gardner-Webb, both head coach Mike Krzyzewski and several players emphasized that Sunday morning’s incident involving junior Michael Savarino and freshman Paolo Banchero would be handled internally. Players also expressed their support for Savarino and Banchero.
The Blue Devils hosted Gardner-Webb Tuesday evening after rattling off three wins to start the year. Duke came in as a 19-point favorite, and after a slow start the Blue Devils jumped out to a sizable 47-27 lead.
Duke will be the No. 7 overall seed in the Division I Men's Soccer Championship, the NCAA announced Monday. This will be the Blue Devils' first appearance in the NCAA tournament since 2018 and 28th appearance in program history. The last time Duke won the NCAA championship was in 1986, when current head coach John Kerr was the captain of the team. Kerr also won the Hermann Trophy that year as the NCAA Player of the Year.
CARY, N.C.—After a long and winding road, Duke was at the ACC Championship. However, not all roads end at the destination you want, and despite putting their best foot forward, the Blue Devils ultimately couldn’t raise the trophy.
An anonymous Canadian poet once wrote, “Art takes time—Monet grew his gardens before he painted them.” Duke is still growing its garden.
Duke men’s basketball opens its home slate with its Veterans Day Weekend Showcase, the first game of which is against Army. Getting off to a fast start, the Blue Devils are up 38-25 at the half.
Despite finishing the regular season with the best record in the ACC, Duke has been an underdog all year after finishing with a 4-10-3 record last season.
Four members of Duke men's soccer have received All-ACC honors, including ACC Offensive Player, Midfielder and Freshman of the Year for sophomores Thorleifur Ulfarsson, Peter Stroud and freshman Shakur Mohammed, respectively. Freshman Ruben Mesalles was also named to the All-ACC Freshman team.
Sunday afternoon at home in the ACC quarterfinals, the Blue Devils toppled the Demon Deacons 3-2 in the soccer equivalent of a back-alley fistfight.
Duke tips off in its season-opener against Kentucky at 9:30 p.m. in Madison Square Garden in what will likely be head coach Mike Krzyzewski and John Calipari's last head-to-head battle. We've got our beats here to give you their picks for who will come out on top.
All eyes are on Duke men’s basketball this season, but that shouldn’t mean there’s more pressure.
When Duke men’s basketball head coach Mike Krzyzewski announced his forthcoming retirement in a press conference in early June, he said, “My family and I view today as a celebration.”
It was the last regular season game and, with ACC tournament seeding on the line, potentially the last home game of the season. The stands of Koskinen Stadium were filled with eager family and fans who had braved chilly fall weather for Friday's Senior Night.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.—On an overcast day in Winston-Salem, N.C., a cloud settled over Duke football’s season.
No. 18 Duke tied No. 20 Notre Dame 1-1 after two overtimes last Friday, and it has one more regular season game against Virginia before the start of the ACC tournament and maybe even an NCAA tournament berth.
With the college basketball season just around the corner, the time has officially come to take a deeper look at the 2021-22 Duke women's basketball roster. The Blue Zone has you covered with player previews for each member of the team. Be sure to check out the previous previews: Jiselle Havas, Emma Schmidt, Lee Volker, Amaya Finklea-Guity, Onome Akinbode-James, Nyah Green, Miela Goodchild, Shayeann Day-Wilson, Imani Lewis and Lexi Gordon.
After a hard stretch of ACC matchups, Duke men’s soccer got back on track Tuesday by closing out its nonconference slate with a win.
As November nears, it is becoming apparent that basketball season is on the horizon. That means that it is time for our player previews of every member of Duke men's basketball. Next up is graduate transfer Theo John. Read the previous previews here: Stanley Borden, Spencer Hubbard, Keenan Worthington, Michael Savarino, Bates Jones and Jaylen Blakes.
With the college basketball season just around the corner, the time has officially come to take a deeper look at the 2021-22 Duke women's basketball roster. The Blue Zone has you covered with player previews for each member of the team. Be sure to check out the previous previews: Jiselle Havas, Emma Schmidt and Lee Volker.
Duke football fell hard Saturday on the road against Virginia, failing to put up any points in a 48-0 loss. With three key takeaways, stats and a look ahead, the Blue Zone breaks down everything you need to know about the Blue Devils' performance against the Cavaliers: