The 2017 season was one for the record books for Duke women's soccer. From trophies to individual honors, broken records and everything in between, the 29th year for the DWS program will go down as one of the best in history.
Another set of academic accolades rolled in Thursday for the Duke women's soccer program, as a school record and nation best four Blue Devils were tabbed United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-Americans, the organization announced.
One of the best to don the Duke Blue and White is up for yet another national honor, as senior Imani Dorsey has been named one of four nominees for the prestigious Honda Award for soccer.
Honors keep rolling in for the 2017 Duke women's soccer squad, as five Blue Devils earned postseason laurels from TopDrawerSoccer.com Wednesday, the organization announced.
A standout season on the field and in the classroom for Imani Dorsey was recognized on the national level Thursday, as the senior was tabbed College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America Second Team.
One of the best seasons in Duke women's soccer history added another note on the list of accomplishments as the Blue Devils finished the year at No. 3 in the United Soccer Coaches, Soccer America and TopDrawerSoccer top 25 rankings.
The 2017 Duke women's soccer season came to a heartbreaking end as the Blue Devils fell to No. 2 UCLA in a penalty kick shootout, 4-3, Friday evening at Orlando City Stadium in the NCAA Women's College Cup semifinals. The game headed to penalty kicks after a scoreless 110 minutes.
Three of the nation's best in 2017 reside in Durham, N.C., as Imani Dorsey, Rebecca Quinn and Schuyler DeBree represent Duke on the United Soccer Coaches (USC) All-America Team, announced Thursday night at the NCAA College Cup Banquet.
The No. 1 seed Duke Blue Devils (23-2-0) are back in familiar territory as they return to the NCAA College Cup for the second time in three years, facing the No. 2 seed UCLA Bruins (19-2-2) Friday, Dec. 1 in Orlando, Fla., for the chance to play for the national championship.
A region high five Blue Devils were tabbed All-East Region by the United Soccer Coaches on Wednesday, as Imani Dorsey, Rebecca Quinn, EJ Proctor and Schuyler DeBree earned first team laurels and Kayla McCoy was tabbed second team.
Duke women's soccer veterans Imani Dorsey and Rebecca Quinn saw their stellar 2017 campaigns nationally recognized Tuesday, as the duo was tabbed semifinalists for the MAC Hermann Trophy.
Make it four down, two to go, as the No. 1 seed Duke Blue Devils (23-2-0) dominated the Baylor Bears (15-6-3) Friday night at Koskinen Stadium, 3-0, to advance to their second NCAA College Cup in the last three years and fourth in school history.