College Cup loss could be building block for future success…

CARY, N.C.—For the Blue Devils, the third time was not the charm—but it has the potential to be a building block for the future. For the third time in the history of the program—and the second in head coach Robbie Church’s 15-year tenure—the Blue Devils’ story in the College Cup did not have a happy ending. A … Continue reading College Cup loss could be building block for future success…

Forwards help Blue Devils advance with play on both ends of the pitch…

CARY, N.C.—Friday evening, freshman attacker Kayla McCoy did something nobody had done since Dec. 8, 2013—she scored a goal against defending national champion Florida State in an NCAA tournament contest.   After the Seminoles fell to UCLA 1-0 in the national championship game two years ago, they blanked their next 10 NCAA opponents. But the Blue Devils put an … Continue reading Forwards help Blue Devils advance with play on both ends of the pitch…

Duke women’s soccer looks for revenge, Final Four win against Seminoles…

The Seminoles put an end to the Blue Devils’ season in 2014 with a 2-0 victory on Halloween. Thirteen months later, head coach Robbie Church’s team will look to make the defending national champions pay for leaving it out of postseason action for the first time in 12 years. With a berth in the NCAA … Continue reading Duke women’s soccer looks for revenge, Final Four win against Seminoles…

Proctor’s big saves help Duke women’s soccer advance to Final Four on penalty kicks…

Duke head coach Robbie Church said that the Elite Eight contest against Stanford was going to be a duel of goalkeepers. And when the Blue Devil sophomore E.J. Proctor faced Cardinal keeper Jane Campbell in the final round of penalty kicks Friday evening, she made sure to win that duel for Church and her teammates. Thanks … Continue reading Proctor’s big saves help Duke women’s soccer advance to Final Four on penalty kicks…

Final Four berth on the line for Duke women’s soccer against Stanford…

The Blue Devils have 90 minutes to pay the Cardinal back for one of the most heartbreaking losses in the history of the program. Third-seeded Duke will visit top-seeded Stanford for an Elite Eight clash Friday at 10 p.m. at Laird Q. Cagan Stadium in Stanford, Calif. An upset against the Cardinal—who defeated the Blue Devils … Continue reading Final Four berth on the line for Duke women’s soccer against Stanford…