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Matched up against a much-improved Pittsburgh team in its return to Cameron Indoor Stadium, No. 24 Duke struggled to keep pace in the first half but only let the visiting Panthers pull away in the final minutes. The Blue Devils are hanging in there and trail 43-32 with 20 minutes left on the clock.
Over the years, Cameron Indoor Stadium has played host to more than a few outstanding individual performances. Wednesday evening, one Duke freshman put forth an effort worthy of joining the conversation.
This past semester, I participated in the Laboratory Art in Practice: Building a Model for the Art/Science Lab at Duke Bass Connections team.
Following the downgrade in COVID-19 classification in China, Duke Kunshan University students received updated policies regarding its campus in Kunshan on Monday.
During a Tuesday media availability, Duke head coach Jon Scheyer said "we need to take a step forward" heading into Wednesday's home matchup against Pittsburgh and Saturday's road matchup against Clemson.
After a couple of games on the road, No. 24 Duke will play Pittsburgh in its first home game of 2023. Ahead of the matchup, the Blue Zone provides you with our can't-miss prop bets:
And just like that, all of Duke’s most veteran players are gone.
Albert George "Coach" Buehler was a University of Maryland track star, legendary coach and professor at Duke University. A three-time member of the U.S. Olympic track and field coaching staff, Coach made prolific contributions to the sport and classroom, reuniting frequently with his former student athletes until his death on January 5, 2023 at The Forest at Duke Retirement Community in Durham, NC.
A controversial gunfire detection software that Durham is piloting failed to notify police after a drive-by shooting outside of a Subway restaurant in east Durham on Jan. 1.
After a nervy win at Boston College over the weekend, Duke returns home for a date with high-flying Pittsburgh. The Blue Zone is here with three keys to a Blue Devil win:
In spite of Duke’s ban on recruitment events for the year, some non-Greek selective living groups will still be holding rush this spring. The groups also announced that they will begin rushing first-years again — the first time since Duke limited rush to sophomores, juniors and seniors in 2021.
Longtime Duke track and field head and cross country coach Al Buehler died Jan. 5 at 92 years old at The Forest at Duke Retirement Community, his family announced Tuesday. A member of the Duke Athletics Hall of Fame and a larger-than-life figure in Blue Devil history, Buehler spent 45 years at the school from 1955-2000.
Change is abound within the Duke administration. From the University side to Duke Health leadership, there have been a handful of personnel changes in the last year.
Durham is seeing an increase in COVID-19 cases and has been moved into the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s “high risk” classification. If Durham remains high risk for two consecutive weeks, Duke will return to mandatory masking in classrooms until the risk level drops, according to an email sent to students, faculty and staff from Duke administrators on Monday afternoon.
After a pivotal week for the Blue Devils, a new AP Poll dropped Monday afternoon. With Duke now at No. 24, the Blue Zone takes a look:
Duke enters 2023 looking to build on a strong 2022 season that included an impressive 17-9 overall record and a stellar 11-3 record at home. The Blue Devils have now been rewarded for this success with a top-20 ITA preseason ranking. What’s more, the team has retained most of its talent from last year. Of the student-athletes who competed in Duke’s final dual match of 2022 against Tennessee, only Sean Sculley and Edu Guell will not be returning this season.
After surviving Boston College, Duke men's basketball heads home to take on Pittsburgh. The Blue Zone brings you a player on each squad to watch for in the matchup:
After each Duke game this season, check back here for the Player of the Game and more. The Blue Devils survived a scare against Boston College to win 65-64 and grab their first away victory of the season. The Blue Zone breaks down the game:
Sometimes, we think we lost something—phones, wallets, keys—so we pad our pockets, look on chairs and ask our friends if they’ve seen it. A few minutes later, we laugh at ourselves because it was in our hands the whole time.
After three incredibly successful years in Durham, the next step in Peter Stroud's illustrious career will be in the professional ranks.