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Despite Jake Naso's rise this season, the Blue Devils went just 10-for-22 on faceoffs in their 14-5 loss to Maryland.
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Once labeled a possible superteam, Duke men's lacrosse completes season short of its potential

The so-called "potential superteam" never seemed unbeatable throughout the year and was more than susceptible to losing in a Final Four that included all four of the tournament's top seeds.  But when the Blue Devils boast the defensive player of the year, a Tewaaraton finalist, eight total All-Americans and the winningest coach in Division I history, it was always championship or bust for Duke, who looked anything but super in the semifinals.


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Coach K's final nonconference schedule is set.
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Coach K's final nonconference schedule is set.


Dariq Whitehead is the first five-star recruit Jon Scheyer has landed as the incoming head coach.
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Dariq Whitehead is the first five-star recruit Jon Scheyer has landed as the incoming head coach.


Coach K surprised Rocky Hollifield with a phone call after Hollifield donated his kidney to his father Daryl.
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Coach K surprised Rocky Hollifield with a phone call after Hollifield donated his kidney to his father Daryl.


Jon Scheyer (left) will be head coach Mike Krzyzewski's successor after he retires at the end of the 2021-22 season.
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Jon Scheyer (left) will be head coach Mike Krzyzewski's successor after he retires at the end of the 2021-22 season.


Coach K emphasized his gratitude to all those who have believed in him throughout his coaching career and life.
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Coach K emphasized his gratitude to all those who have believed in him throughout his coaching career and life.


Coach K held his retirement press conference in Cameron Indoor Stadium Thursday. 
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Coach K held his retirement press conference in Cameron Indoor Stadium Thursday. 


North Carolina state law allowed for a limited amount of fans at the ACC tournament.
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North Carolina state law allowed for a limited amount of fans at the ACC tournament.


The image of a smirking Williamson ensures nobody will ever forget why pickup games on the first floor of Brodie Recreation Center are now limited to one full court
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The image of a smirking Williamson ensures nobody will ever forget why pickup games on the first floor of Brodie Recreation Center are now limited to one full court


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