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Junior Jack Labosky had a big weekend with a few key RBIs and two saves on the mound in Duke's first series win of the year.
Jack Labosky and Justin Bellinger will have to produce in the heart of the Blue Devil lineup to get Duke back to the NCAA tournament.
Justin Bellinger's home run in the eighth inning broke Tuesday's game open.
Donald Trump (pictured here in Raleigh) was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States Friday morning.
Head coach David Cutcliffe's team will be getting an Ohio State backup offensive lineman who is eligible to play immediately in Durham this offseason, per 247sports.
Head coach Mike Krzyzewski's team will face a tough test against Virginia Tech to open ACC play Saturday.
Head coach Chris Pollard's team made history after a red-hot finish to the regular season.
Graduate student Amile Jefferson will seek another double-double Monday night.
Harry Giles is expected to debut this week as the Blue Devils play their final two nonconference games of the year.
Experts on Title IX policy have expressed concerns about how the law will change under Trump's presidency.
As freshmen Harry Giles and Marques Bolden work their way into the lineup, Duke's rotation could change dramatically.
Senior Matt Jones has focused on defense and organizing the Blue Devil offense as Duke incorporates more talented scorers into its rotation.
Head coach Mike Krzyzewski's team will take on No. 21 Florida as part of the Jimmy V Classic to raise money for the V Foundation for Cancer Research Tuesday night.
Luke Kennard poured in a career-high 35 points on just 16 shots from the field Saturday.
Amile Jefferson had a career-high 20 points and finished a rebound shy a double-double against Maine.
Junior Grayson Allen and freshman Frank Jackson rested during Saturday's game as heralded freshmen Jayson Tatum and Marques Bolden made their regular-season debuts.