After starting the season 2-0, the Blue Devils have dropped eight consecutive duals.
Despite Duke's standout wrestlers turning heads, the Blue Devils' shorthanded roster could not snap a now four-meet skid.
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Duke posted a strong first day of competition, with six wrestlers advancing to day two.
Mitch and Matt Finesilver performed well at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational.
Duke's Finesilver brothers continue to impress through the Blue Devils' fall slate.
The Blue Devils looked strong in their season opener.
Kasper delivered the best finish of his impressive career as a Blue Devil to lift the team to unprecedented heights.
Redshirt senior Jacob Kasper rose into the spotlight once again Saturday, sending Duke to the NCAA championships in style.
The Blue Devils trailed 13-3 after four bouts, but won five of the last six matches to storm back.
The Blue Devils wound up winless against the Tar Heels for the 13th time in their last 14 tries.
After two straight wins, the Blue Devils took a step back Sunday afternoon.
Jeremiah Reitz's first career win in a dual match could not have come at a better time for the Blue Devils.
"We've got to wrestle to win, and I'm not seeing some of our guys get that yet."
Duke bounced back from a crushing 32-6 defeat to No. 6 N.C. State Friday to come away with a 22-22 Criteria B win.
The Blue Devils emerged undefeated from their journey to Colorado Sunday, defeating both Cal State Bakersfield and Northern Colorado.
Duke’s performance at the Carolina Duals shows that it has a long way to go.
Redshirt senior Jacob Kasper started off his second new year in a row on a high note to take Duke to its highest finish ever.
For the time first time in history, a Duke wrestler finished on the podium at the prestigious Cliff Keen Open.
The Blue Devils will look to close out the calendar year strong as they return to the Cliff Keen Open for the first time in seven years.