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Junior Chalena Scholl is one of three top-100 singles players for the Blue Devils, who open NCAA championship play May 13 at home.
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Duke women's tennis awarded No. 9 seed for NCAA championship

Although they fell in the quarterfinals of the ACC tournament, the Blue Devils still received a top-10 seed for the NCAA championship and will open play in front of their home crowd.  No. 9 Duke earned the No. 9 seed in the championship bracket and will take on Virginia Commonwealth in its first match May 13 at 1 p.m.