Another year, and another top recruit for John Danowski's program.
Cameron Chronicles host Shane Smith, along with fellow men's basketball beat writers Evan Kolin and Max Rego, react to the announcement that Krzyzewski will retire after next season. They run through Coach K's career, including his first few seasons at Duke, his greatest accomplishments and more.
There’s one aspect that’s most important in keeping the Duke men’s basketball empire alive. In fact, it all comes down to one word.
John Danowski said it in the press conference heading into Championship Weekend. “If you ask me any one intangible that you want to have above everything, just give me great team chemistry. And that takes a while to develop.”
The New York native becomes the third Duke player to earn the award, following Tyler Hardy in 1996 and Nick O'Hara in 2008.
Mike Adler wasn’t supposed to be a lacrosse star. He and his brother played baseball as kids. When he was in high school, he wanted to become a professional surfer. Even once he decided to pursue playing college lacrosse, schools told him he wasn't good enough to play at that level. And at 16 years old, he nearly lost his foot in a shark attack.
He did it again. Somehow, someway, he did it again. Mr. Overtime, Broadway Joe, whatever you want to call him. But at this point, Joe Robertson deserves a nickname.
When the men’s lacrosse NCAA tournament bracket was announced May 9, it looked like No. 2-seed Duke was poised for a rematch against No. 7-seed Denver in the quarterfinals. But this is postseason lacrosse, where anything can happen.
Since its first season in 1905, Duke men’s basketball has produced 71 NBA Draft picks, 36 All-Americans and 11 National Players of the Year. That’s a lot of hardware. Hence, choosing between all that talent is no easy task.
Bryce Jarvis and the Blue Devils will welcome Army to Durham this weekend.
Bryce Jarvis is one of many key contributors set to return to Duke for the 2020 season.