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Duke may have won the first-round NCAA tournament matchup 4-0 against Utah, but Emmy Duerr won the night at Koskinen Stadium, scoring the first two goals of her college career in spectacular fashion.
Joey Baker contributed more to his team than he could have imagined with a simple slap of the Cameron Indoor Stadium hardwood on defense.
For the fourth consecutive year, a once-promising Duke season will end in the first weekend of the NCAA tournament.
That image of a dominant Jones was a common theme throughout No. 2 Duke’s win against Georgia State Friday night, as Jones carried the Blue Devils to their 150th consecutive nonconference victory at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Prior to each Duke football game, The Chronicle’s Evan Kolin, Ramona Naseri, Derek Saul, Shane Smith and Dilan Trivedi make their predictions for the contest and we’ll track their records throughout the season.
Here are five observations from the first half of play.
Graduate student Haley Gorecki led the Blue Devils with 15 points, while senior Leonna Odom put up 13 and sophomore Miela Goodchild added 12 points of her own.
The Blue Devils have now established themselves as a formidable defense that will stifle just about any offense.
If Syracuse's offensive line can hold off a surprisingly solid Blue Devil pass rush, quick passes have a good chance to pick apart Duke’s subpar coverage in the middle of the field.
Matthew Hurt must build off his impressive performance against Central Arkansas.
Five months after the North Carolina government approved the sale of alcohol at state schools' sporting events, Duke seems to be moving forward with expanding its own beer and wine policy.
It was an electric performance for the Blue Devils' defense, holding the Bears to 54 total points through a combination of effective shot blocking, steals, and drawing offensive fouls.
The No. 2 Blue Devils must know their personnel and play smart to beat tougher opponents.
Duke's chance at a bowl game is at the brink of extinction.
If Duke is to reach its potential in the 2019-2020 season, improving outside the friendly confines of Cameron Indoor Stadium is key.
The brightest star on this cold night in Durham was Vernon Carey Jr.
Here are five things to watch out for as Syracuse travels to take to Durham Saturday to take on the Blue Devils.
Duke's star point guard Tre Jones left the game with a head injury, but Blue Devil freshmen like Matthew Hurt dominated in his absence.