The weekend double-header mirrored a classic redemption story, with Duke falling in disappointing fashion Friday before coming out with a vengeance two days later.
After an unprecedented turn of events that could have only happened in 2020, Duke has had three matches postponed over the last two weeks and its two matches at North Carolina moved up to this weekend.
Each week, we’ll recap how each of Duke’s sports currently in competition performed over the last week, and give a brief look ahead. We continue with the week of Sept. 28.
The Tar Heels' loss to Louisville Friday was their first defeat since 2017, breaking a 47-game winning streak that was the longest active streak in all of Division I college sports.
Each week, our beat writers will recap how each of Duke’s sports currently competing performed over the last week, as well as give a brief look ahead.
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