Max Rego is a Trinity junior and sports managing editor for The Chronicle's 117th volume.
With Keels officially bound for the NBA, The Chronicle’s Jonathan Levitan, Micah Hurewitz and Max Rego are here to discuss what this news means for the Blue Devils in 2022-23.
For the first time as a professional, Gina Kim is a winner.
From Gina Kim turning pro to Megan Furtney being a consistent member of the lineup again, there was a lot to take away from head coach Dan Brooks’ 37th year at the helm. Here are three of the main storylines from regionals and the season as a whole.
For the first time since 2011, Duke did not qualify for the NCAA Championship.
Erica Shepherd is ready for her second postseason run. But how did she get to this point?
With just under a month before the postseason gets going, the Blue Devils made the short drive over to High Point, N.C., for the Meet of Champions.
In their quest for consecutive conference team titles, the Blue Devils came up short. But thanks to Phoebe Brinker and Erica Shepherd, Duke did not leave Pawleys Island, S.C., with a lack of hardware.
When you look back on this season, know that as a new, exhilarating era begins, this was what set it up.
Just a day after 2023 guard Tyrese Proctor announced his intentions to become a Blue Devil, Duke picked up another huge commitment from Mackenzie Mgbako, the No. 3 overall player and top small forward in the Class of 2023.