After falling on the road to ACC foe Virginia, the Blue Devils returned home and salvaged the weekend, shutting out Stanford.
The Blue Devils will return to the turf twice this weekend hoping to bounce back from their first ACC loss this season.
Duke will welcome ACC newcomer Syracuse to Durham for the first-ever matchup between the two newly-minted foes.
Duke didn’t need extra time to emerge victorious against the Demon Deacons.
Emmie Le Marchand's leadership has proved key in Duke's return to prominence.
Duke downed rival North Carolina for the first time since 2006—upsetting the country’s top team.
If Duke had a choice in its schedule, it probably wouldn’t have chosen to kick off its ACC slate against North Carolina.
Jessica Buttinger's score with 5:47 remaining gave Duke a victory against Old Dominion.
For the second straight week, Duke needed some late-game heroics to come away with a one-goal victory.
Duke looks to rebound at home with the chance to settle the score with old rivals.
After being unable to solve the defending national champions, the Blue Devils were able to claw out a double-overtime win against an unranked team.
After wins against Indiana and No. 17 Drexel last weekend, Duke will head up the New Jersey Turnpike to face the defending national champions.
A duo of veterans pushed the Blue Devils past Indiana 4-0 in their season-opener, but it was freshman Heather Morris who led Duke past Drexel Sunday.