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For any athlete, the opportunity to vie for the ultimate crown, whether it be a medal, a trophy or an individual title, is the greatest dream of all. However, for the Duke fencers competing Saturday, something more was on the line: the chance to compete in an NCAA Championship right at home.
After Selection Sunday, Duke men's basketball's fate is in its own hands. The Blue Devils are the No. 5 seed in the East Region, and the Blue Zone breaks down the bracket and Duke's potential path:
After the Blue Devils claimed their 22nd ACC conference tournament title Saturday night against Virginia, the Blue Zone takes a look back at the last four times Duke lifted the trophy:
With the last of the conference tournaments concluded, there are a few last-minute leaps and drops in March Madness seeding. Duke women's basketball has been named a No. 3 seed, and the Blue Zone offers some thoughts on Selection Sunday:
GREENSBORO, N.C.—On Saturday night, Duke captured its 22nd ACC tournament title and first under head coach Jon Scheyer behind a pair of star performances by Jeremy Roach and Kyle Filipowski. The Chronicle's Morgan Chu was on hand inside Greensboro Coliseum to capture every moment of the Blue Devils' triumph, beginning with the moments leading up to the game and ending with the on-court celebration that followed the win.
This time back in February, Duke was sitting on back-to-back losses after crushing defeats at Miami and Virginia.
For the first time since 2018, Duke is going dancing.
After each Duke men's basketball game this season, check back here for the Player of the Game and more. The second-seed Blue Devils defeated No. 4-seed Virginia 59-49 to win their first ACC championship since 2019, and the Blue Zone breaks down the game:
GREENSBORO, N.C.—Music blared from the locker room and nothing short of a party was underway late Saturday night at Greensboro Coliseum.
GREENSBORO, N.C.—With the ACC tournament title on the line in Saturday’s final, No. 4-seed Duke took an early lead against No. 2-seed Virginia. That lead remains intact halfway through, with the Blue Devils on top 24-17 inside Greensboro Coliseum.
GREENSBORO, N.C.—One month to the day before Saturday’s conference championship game, Duke suffered a controversial overtime loss at Virginia, all but ending any hope of a regular-season conference title in Durham.
No. 4-seed Duke plays in its 35th ACC title game Saturday night, taking on No. 2-seed Virginia in a rematch of the Feb. 11 controversial overtime contest. The Blue Zone has three keys for the Blue Devils to win their second-straight revenge game:
At 8:30 p.m. Saturday, No. 4-seed Duke and No. 2-seed Virginia meet to cap a wild week in Greensboro Coliseum in the ACC tournament final. Before tipoff, The Chronicle's beat writers make their predictions on which team will take home the title.
After each Duke men's basketball game this season, check back here for the Player of the Game and more.The fourth-seed Blue Devils continued their winning ways in the ACC tournament semifinals, taking down No. 1-seed Miami Friday night. The Blue Zone breaks down the game:
Duke is looking to challenge a 2016 National Labor Relations Board decision that affirms the legal right for graduate students to unionize as employees. Since the Duke Graduate Students Union filed for legal certification last week, the University has maintained that graduate students are not employees and that it does not support their unionization efforts.
GREENSBORO, N.C.—With the shot clock turned off and Duke safely ahead by seven points, Dariq Whitehead anticipated the pass and jumped in front of Miami standout Jordan Miller, effectively sealing the deal for the Blue Devils.
GREENSBORO, N.C.—Playing for the right to compete in Saturday’s ACC tournament championship game, No. 4-seed Duke and No. 1-seed Miami are neck and neck with one another through 20 minutes at Greensboro Coliseum. The Blue Devils have a slight 41-36 advantage entering the locker room.
GREENSBORO, N.C.—Still alive.
At 7 p.m. Friday, No. 4-seed Duke meets No. 1-seed Miami in Greensboro, N.C., with a ticket to Saturday’s ACC tournament final on the line. Before tipoff arrives, the Blue Zone is here with three keys to a Blue Devil win:
Just days after the Duke Graduate Students Union filed for legal certification, Duke administrators came out against the union in a Monday email. Now multiple groups, including the Duke Graduate and Professional Students Government, are responding with calls for Duke to remain “neutral” during the union authorization campaign.