One of the greatest seasons in program history officially wrapped up Sunday evening, as the Duke women's soccer team held its annual banquet to celebrate the 2017 campaign. Under the direction of 2017 ACC Coach of the Year Robbie Church, the Blue Devils captured the ACC regular season championship and advanced to the NCAA College Cup for the fourth time in history and the second time in the last three years.
With the spring season in full swing, the Duke Blue Devils will take on the NWSL's North Carolina Courage in a scrimmage Friday, April 6 at the 751 Training Fields.
Brooke Heinsohn's international travels continue this week, as the standout goalkeeper and the U-20 United States Women's National Team head to Spain for the Women's U-23 La Manga Tournament.
Nearly four months removed from one of the best seasons in program history, the Duke Blue Devils are gearing up for their 30th campaign on the pitch as head coach Robbie Church announced the squad's 2018 schedule Wednesday.
An All-American goalkeeper will be calling Durham home, as head coach Robbie Church announced the addition of Holly Stam to the eighth-ranked 2018 Duke women's soccer signing class.
A star defender from the Peach State will now be wearing the Duke Blue and White, as head coach Robbie Church announced the addition of Delaney Graham to the eighth-ranked 2018 Duke women's soccer signing class.
One of the best to ever don the Duke Blue and White continues to shine for her home country, as Rebecca Quinn helped lead the Canadian Women's National Team to a 3-1 showing in the Algarve Cup (Feb. 28 - March 7), which featured three-straight shutouts to wrap up play.
For the second time in as many weeks, the Duke Blue Devils will be represented on a United States Women's National Team, as Kayla McCoy and Ella Stevens were named to the U-23 squad for the 2018 Thorns Spring Invitational.
One of the nation's top defenders will join one of the NCAA's top defenses in 2018, as head coach Robbie Church announced the addition of 105th-ranked Emily Crocco to the eighth-ranked 2018 Duke women's soccer signing class.
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Another top 100 signee and one of the nation's best midfielders is headed for Durham in 2018, as head coach Robbie Church announced the signing of 68th-ranked Sydney Simmons.
One of the nation's top young goalkeepers is bound for France, as redshirt freshman Brooke Heinsohn was named to the 2018 U-20 United States Women's National Team that will head overseas for an extended training camp and to play in two matches from Feb. 23 Ė March 7.