The nation's top player will be calling Durham home for the next four years, as Sophie Jones was named the 2018-19 Gatorade National Girls Soccer Player of the Year.
With the 2019 Women's World Cup underway, a number of former DWS stars are on the grind in the professional ranks both at home and abroad. Check out how the Blue Devils are performing in the latest edition of DWS In The Pros.
Another former Blue Devil is heading overseas, as Kat McDonald will begin her professional career after signing a contract with Football Femminile Lugano 1976 in Lugano, Switzerland.
Awards keep piling up for the incoming Duke freshmen class, as Sophie Jones reeled in one of the nation's top honors on Thursday by being named the 2018-19 Gatorade California Girls Soccer Player of the Year.
Year 32 of Duke women's soccer will showcase several contests in the national spotlight, as the Blue Devils will have six matches featured on the ACC Network, which debuts Aug. 22, 2019.
Another former Duke women's soccer great will be taking the big stage in Europe this summer for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup, as Rebecca Quinn was named to Canada's official roster on Saturday.
One of the best to don the Duke women's soccer shirt will be making her way to France this summer for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup, as former Blue Devil Kayla McCoy was named to Jamaica's official roster on Wednesday.
The duo of Ella Stevens and Mackenzie Coles have been named Duke women's soccer team captains for the upcoming 2019 campaign, head coach Robbie Church announced Monday. The captains were named following a team vote.
An array of 2018 NCAA Tournament teams and the rigorous Atlantic Coast Conference highlight a challenging 2019 schedule for the Duke Blue Devils, head coach Robbie Church announced on Friday.
One of the best to play on the Duke women's soccer backline is officially joining the professional ranks, as Chelsea Burns has inked a contract with PSV Vrouwen in Eindhoven, Netherlands.