Bryce Jarvis is Duke's hidden star.
Despite coming off of back-to-back NCAA super regional appearances, this season's Duke team very well could be the best iteration of the Blue Devils in the last three years.
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Michael Rothenberg's third-inning grand slam provided all the offense the Blue Devils needed.
Duke can go to the College World Series, but I don’t say that for the reasons most of you are thinking right now.
Duke held a nine-game win streak heading into its final game of the weekend.
Bryce Jarvis wasn't the only dominant starter for Duke this past weekend.
Jarvis' performance is the first perfect game in Duke history.
For the first time ever, a Duke pitcher has thrown a perfect game.
No. 17 Duke breezed by William & Mary 5-0 Tuesday evening at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park in a brisk 2.5-hour game, extending the Blue Devils’ winning streak to three.
After a gritty, mistake-filled Friday and Saturday of baseball, it was a perfect storm for the Blue Devils Sunday for the rubber match.
After two seasons of making it to the super regionals but no further, the Blue Devils are making Omaha their mission this spring.
Head coach Chris Pollard hopes his team doesn't come down with a potentially season-threatening illness.
Coming in at No. 4: Duke baseball surprises everyone en route to an NCAA super regional berth, nearly upsetting eventual-national champion Vanderbilt and securing the program’s first College World Series bid since 1961, if it weren’t for one of the greatest performances in college baseball history.
All the talent that brought Duke baseball a single win away from the 2019 College World Series was on display last weekend.