Although Duke was playing far from daunting competition, the Blue Devils showcased a physical offense with weapons up and down the roster before they play Kansas in the season opener.
Duke has fared much better in its second exhibition game, up 67-28 against Fort Valley State at the half.
The freshman's minutes will likely to take a hit when guards Mikayla Boykin and Kyra Lambert return from their injuries, but if Baines impresses in the early part of the season, she’ll still be playing significant minutes down the stretch in 2020.
The 2019-20 season figures to be a learning year for Claude as she develops her offensive game to try to make a bigger impact later in her career.
Though the change may seem radical, Duke's athletic department seems to be behind the potential new regulations.
The Blue Zone breaks down three key factors as Duke looks to end the preseason on a high note.
If the 2019 Duke women’s soccer team truly wants to leave a legacy, there’s an easy way to do it: tie in Tallahassee.
It was clear that Duke would be fighting an uphill battle against Georgia.
The first goal of Caitlin Cosme's career and the second goal of Julia Hannon's career first career powered Duke to victory Sunday afternoon.
Patrick has proven to be a defensive-minded player who simply needs to work on her scoring and shooting abilities.
Here are three questions to be answered in this weekend’s matchup between the Blue Devils and the Wildcats.
If the team is looking to lock-up with a backcourt of Tre Jones and Jordan Goldwire in late game scenarios, Wendell Moore not only adds to that defensive front, but also allows Duke to still have a capable scorer on the court.
DeLaurier's size and athleticism give him all the tools to be a solid defensive anchor, and his experience should make him a useful option late in games.
For senior captain Jack White to get a shot at a title, he'll have to fill his leadership and on-court roles.
The Chronicle has you covered with how the Blue Devils have prepared for this upcoming year.
Last year was a different story for Gorecki, as she finally stayed healthy and dominated on the court.
With Odom’s unique skillset, it is clear that the senior is the best choice to be the primary ball-handler for Duke.
Leonna Odom shouldn't be the sole point guard for Duke.
Former Duke star Wanisha Smith is back in Durham as an assistant coach for her former team.