Another pair of postseason awards belong to the Duke Blue Devils, as freshman Delaney Graham and senior Kayla McCoy earned TopDrawerSoccer Best XI honors.
Another set of academic accolades rolled in Tuesday for the Duke women's soccer program, as Blue Devil senior Kayla McCoy and Taylor Racioppi were tabbed United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-Americans, the organization announced.
For the second time this week Duke senior Kayla McCoy has earned All-American status, as she was named Google Cloud Academic All-America Third Team on Thursday, CoSIDA announced.
For the sixth time in the past eight seasons, the Duke women's soccer program has closed out a season nationally ranked in the top 10, as they received the No. 10 spot in the final United Soccer Coaches poll of the 2018 season.
Indiana University announced Tuesday that Erwin van Bennekom has accepted the head women's soccer coaching position in Bloomington, Ind., after four seasons on the Duke Blue Devils coaching staff, including the last two as associate head coach.
Another day, another honor for Duke senior Kayla McCoy, as she was named a United Soccer Coaches First Team All-American Thursday, the association announced.
One of the best to ever wear the Duke shirt saw her stellar senior season nationally recognized Tuesday, as Kayla McCoy was tabbed a semifinalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy.
After leading the Duke women's soccer program to another successful season on the field, Blue Devils Kayla McCoy, Taylor Racioppi and Ella Stevens were tabbed All-Atlantic Region by the United Soccer Coaches on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - An impressive 2018 season came to a close on Sunday in the NCAA Tournament Round of 16, as the No. 4 Duke Blue Devils (16-4-2) fell in a 4-1 decision to the No. 1 Georgetown Hoyas (20-0-3) at Shaw Field.
A trip to the NCAA Quarterfinals is on the line on Sunday, as the No. 4 seed Duke Blue Devils (16-3-2) and the No. 1 seed Georgetown Hoyas (19-0-3) meet for the second time this season in Washington, D.C.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Behind a trio of goals and a lockdown defensive performance, the No. 4 Duke Blue Devils (16-3-2) took down the Lipscomb Bison (15-5-2), 3-0, Friday to advance to the NCAA Tournament Round of 16.
It will be familiar territory for the No. 4 seed Duke Blue Devils (15-3-2) when they open the second weekend of play in the 2018 NCAA Tournament, as they head to Washington, D.C., to take on the Lipscomb Bison (15-4-2) in second round action at Georgetown's Shaw Field on Friday.