Duke Blue Devils Headlines
Duke Blue Devils Headlines
After stumbling a bit down the stretch, No. 10 Duke came to the right city — and faced the right opponent — to get rolling again.
This could be it for Jabari Parker at Duke.
The sports staff at WRAL-TV, 99.9 The Fan ESPN Radio, 620 The Buzz and WRALSportsFan.com tell you who is going to win Saturday's UNC-Duke game and why.
He never scored a single bucket or grabbed one rebound, but Jim Sabiston is very much a piece of Duke athletics.
Duke head coach David Cutcliffe announced on Thursday the promotion of Jeffrey Faris to assistant coach. Faris, who has served as a graduate assistant coach the past two seasons, will coach the Blue Devil wide receivers.
North Carolina guard Diamond DeShields and Duke senior Tricia Liston are selected to The John R. Wooden Award Ballot, announced Thursday by The Los Angeles Athletic Club.
Wake Forest defeated No. 4 Duke 82-72 at Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum Wednesday
The Duke baseball team headed to extra innings for the second time this season but was unable to come away with the win, falling to Liberty 8-2 after 11 innings of play Wednesday evening at Jack Coombs Field.
For the third straight year, Duke University junior Elizabeth Williams has been named ACC Defensive Player of the Year on Wednesday, following a vote by the league's "Blue Ribbon Panel," which consists of national and local media members, as well as school representatives.
Historically speaking, the three Triangle schools dominate Atlantic Coast Conference women's basketball, as they do men's basketball. And yet, Notre Dame lurks.
Notre Dame and Duke each had two players selected to the all-Atlantic Coast Conference women's basketball first team.
North Carolina's Marcus Paige and Duke's Jabari Parker, Amile Jefferson and Rodney Hood were named to the 2014 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Men's Basketball team as announced Tuesday by Commissioner John Swofford.
With the All-ACC teams being released on Tuesday, the 10th-ranked Duke women's basketball featured Tricia Liston and Elizabeth Williams on the 10-member first team, following a vote by the league's "Blue Ribbon Panel," which consists of national and local media members, as well as school representatives.
Florida, Wichita State and Arizona are the top three teams in The Associated Press college basketball poll for the second straight week.
The Duke baseball team scored the first seven runs of the game then held off a late Coastal Carolina charge to earn a 7-5 victory over the Chanticleers Sunday evening at TicketReturn.com Field at Pelicans Ballpark to close out the Caravelle Resort Tournament.
North Carolina alternated between dominant and mistake-prone against its fiercest rival, flirting with both a blowout win and a crushing loss all in one half.
No. 7 Duke is looking for ways to make up for a series of backcourt-crippling injuries. No. 14 North Carolina is still trying to solve some of its up-and-down ways.
With Duke's redshirt senior quarterback tandem entrenched for the fall, it's pretty easy to make things look smooth, Brandon Connette says.
West Virginia left-hander Harrison Musgrave struck out a season-high 12 batters as the Mountaineers edged the Duke baseball team 3-1 Friday afternoon at TicketReturn.com Field at Pelicans Ballpark. Musgrave, the 2013 Big 12 Pitcher of the Year, limited Duke to two hits over eight innings without issuing a walk to earn the win.
Duke doesn't have any more point guards. What the seventh-ranked Blue Devils do have are three tall seniors -- and the formula to beat Wake Forest every time they play.
For Duke, the spring game is a misnomer.
It is hard to believe that a team that holds a 26-3 record and top-10 ranking would struggle with stability, but that has been the case for the Blue Devils this season.
Duke can finally take a breather.
Duke sophomore guard Alexis Jones tore the anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee on Sunday and will be out for the remainder of the season.
Duke coach Joanne P. McCallie believes the seventh-ranked Blue Devils can take encouragement from rallying back from an 18-point deficit early against No. 2 Notre Dame to at least make a game out of it in the second half before losing 81-70 on Sunday.
They'll remember the OT from the first Syracuse-Duke game — and the Ts that decided Round 2.
Saint Louis first baseman Mike Vigliarolo's three-run homer in the sixth proved to be the difference as the Billikens held on the rest of the way to defeat the Duke baseball team 3-2 Saturday afternoon at Jack Coombs Field.
After Thursday night's tilt, Duke and UNC each have four conferences losses, but the teams have arrived there very differently. The Heels have won eight in a row while Duke now tries to avoid consecutive loses.
This was supposed to be the encore of college basketball's game of the year, matching two top-five teams in No. 1 Syracuse and No. 5 Duke and the winningest men's coaches in Division I history.
The Duke players said they let up in the second half as North Carolina turned up the intensity.