Despite being hampered by injuries up to this point, Boykin will be one of the most valuable players on the roster this season.
As long as Goodchild keeps it up with her stellar shooting from beyond the arc, and improves on her shooting from other points on the court, she can be a dangerous shooter for Duke.
Ezeh has a clear understanding of spacing and rolling, and displays very thoughtful team play in the paint.
Akinbode-James' defense and offensive rebounding make her an intriguing player to watch heading into this season.
Patrick is a defense-first wing with clear talent, and despite her exposure to collegiate basketball being a bit abridged, she showed a lot of reasons to be optimistic about her ability to contribute.
Claude is a dominant rebounder and a defensive specialist who is classified as one of the hardest workers on the team.
The grad transfer from California-Berkeley started 25 games for the Golden Bears last year, after missing the 2018-19 season with a back injury, and was a decent player all over the court.
It’s hard to say anything about Havas’s game with much confidence, as the walk-on from Lafayette College has had a career average of only 14 minutes per game, in a conference not exactly known for television exposure.
It’s still unclear how Lawson is expected to use the talent on her team, but Nwoke is the perfect candidate if Lawson wants to roll out a lineup with a traditional center and play old school basketball.
De Jesus was a Max Preps All-American and finalist for California Gatorade Player of the Year during her senior year of high school.
Bollin is Duke's highest-ranked recruit since 2017.
Over the course of the three months since Lawson was named as the head coach, she has shared some of her core tenets of how she will run the Duke women’s basketball program. Built upon her multitude of different experiences, the newly minted coach will implement these ideologies throughout the team.
In her first season as a collegiate head coach, Kara Lawson is still in the midst of figuring out how her team will play.
Just days after nabbing the first commitment of the Kara Lawson era, the Blue Devils received the commitment of what could be one of the first Lawson recruits to take the court.
The new era of Duke women’s basketball will officially tip off on the hardwood in two months, but the coaching staff’s effort on the recruiting side has been in the works since earlier this summer.
In the six weeks since Kara Lawson was named head coach of the Duke women’s basketball program, she has put into place a few different critical mechanisms to achieve a relationship-based culture off the court.
One of the all-time great Blue Devils made her stance clear on the issues at hand in America.
Former Duke women’s basketball star Oderah Chidom had always wanted to give back to her community. She just never quite knew how.
With a new head coach comes a new array of assistant coaches as well.