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2017 Women's Basketball Banquet

Women's Basketball - Archives 2016-17

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Brown, Greenwell Earn WBCA All-Region Accolades
Women's Basketball 03/23/2017

WBCA All-Region

Play Oregon Upsets Duke 74-65, Advances to Sweet 16
Women's Basketball 03/20/2017

Oregon Upsets Duke 74-65, Advances to Sweet 16

Play Three Things to Know About the Oregon Contest
Women's Basketball 03/20/2017

Three Things to Know About the Oregon Contest

Blue Devil Notes: NCAA 2nd, Oregon, March 19, 6:30
Women's Basketball 03/19/2017

NCAA 2nd, Oregon, March 19, 6:30

Play Greenwell, Duke Rout Hampton 94-31 in NCAA 1st Round
Women's Basketball 03/18/2017

Greenwell, Duke Rout Hampton 94-31 in NCAA 1st Round

Play Three Things to Know About the Hampton Contest
Women's Basketball 03/18/2017

Three Things to Know

Play Blue Devils Prepare for NCAA First Round
Women's Basketball 03/17/2017

NCAA First Round

Parking Alert: 2017 NCAA Women’s First & Second Rds.
Women's Basketball 03/17/2017

Parking Alert: 2017 NCAA Women’s First & Second Rds.

Play BDN Exclusive Interview with Splash Sisters
Women's Basketball 03/17/2017

Splash Sisters

Blue Devil Notes: NCAA, Hampton, March 18, ESPN2
Women's Basketball 03/16/2017

NCAA, Hampton, March 18, ESPN2

2017 NCAA Tournament Digital Preview Now Available
Men's Basketball 03/15/2017

NCAA Tournament Digital Preview Now Available

Blue Devils Back in NCAAs After One-Year Hiatus
Women's Basketball 03/15/2017

DURHAM, N.C. -- Duke's women's basketball team is back in the NCAA Tournament after a one-year hiatus. The Blue Devils are in position to make some noise. With the No. 2 seed in the Bridgeport Regional, Duke (27-5) begins the tournament at home, taking on Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament champion Hampton (20-12), the region's No. 15 seed, on Saturday night at Cameron Indoor Stadium. We're excited and hungry -- it's a long wait," Duke coach Joanne P. McCallie said. "But you just take it one game at a time. It's pretty special. It's a reward for our fans and the support we've had all year. And it's a reward for our team. We love playing in Cameron." Duke is a No. 1 or 2 seed for the 15th time in the last 17 years it has participated in the NCAA Tournament. The Blue Devils were ACC Tournament runners-up to Notre Dame this year. Hampton is making its ninth NCAA Tournament appearance. This will be the third time the Pirates face Duke in the NCAA Tournament, most recently with the Blue Devils winning 67-51 in 2013. Duke has won each of the five all-time meetings. "We know enough about them to know they're a great program with solid kids," Hampton coach David Six said. Hampton enters the matchup on a six-game winning streak after defeating top-seeded Bethune-Cookman 52-49 on Saturday in Norfolk, Va. The MEAC Tournament's Most Valuable Player was Jephany Brown of Hampton. "They're a remarkable and a resilient group," Six said of his team. "We're going to celebrate what we're done. ... We're going to compete. I know that because I've watched that all year. We're going to continue swinging." Duke, which was unranked at the beginning of the season, surprised some observers with such a high seed. "That's just kind of a nice thing," McCallie said. "It doesn't really count for anything except for a reflection on the body of work prior." Duke has