Fear not Duke fans—you don’t have to say goodbye to all the Blue Devil seniors just yet.
From the opening kickoff of the first game to the final penalty in the Blue Devils' NCAA tournament run, 242 days elapsed—a long time in itself. But their season truly began July 21, when the team arrived back on campus.
It was one of the boldest ideas in recent memory.
For 110 minutes, No. 9-seed Duke held top-ranked Florida State without a goal—the only team in the country to accomplish that feat all season. But it wasn’t enough to give the Blue Devils the win.
The road to the College Cup is long and winding, but sometimes, if you can weave through traffic just right, you can set your cruise control and just ride for a few miles.
If styles make fights, then one shared style makes for a long, slow, painful battle to the death. A battle where one Maggie Graham-Sophie Jones connection was enough to provide the deadly blow.
After Duke’s longest regular season ever and a nonconference schedule designed to prove the team's worth, the Blue Devils are in the NCAA tournament for the sixth straight year.
Taylor Mitchell's incredible career may have cemented her as the best Blue Devil out of Sierra Canyon School, the school that produced Marvin Bagley III and Cassius Stanley.
In a year that’s been anything but normal , a muted tie on Senior Day feels almost symbolic of the season.
It’s easy to forget how much you miss the feel of a crowd, and how little you pine for soccer fans’ yelling over offsides and fouls. Duke took the opportunity to remind me of both Friday.
As the saying goes, there’s no place like home.
A total of 113 days passed between Duke's fall finale and its spring opener, the longest gap between games in the same season in team history.
"I actually didn't know that I was going to be getting drafted. I didn't enter in the draft,” Boade told The Chronicle.
Somehow the ACC women’s soccer head coaches, left a top-five centre-back in the conference off of their postseason awards.
You would think that on Friday the 13th, the Blue Devils would have the luck. But Florida State must not be superstitious.
You don’t get to the ACC semifinals without elite talent, and now three Blue Devils have been formally recognized as such.
With a win, Duke would move onto the ACC Championship Game for the first time since 2017 and just the second time since 2000.
For the second time this season, an underdog Duke team took down Clemson 1-0.
The Blue Devils have the talent to make it out of the ACC quarterfinals for the first time since 2017.