Coming off a top 25 victory to open the season, the No. 3 Duke Blue Devils (1-0-0) will look to finish off opening week with a perfect record as they host the Illinois Fighting Illini (0-1-0) Sunday afternoon.
After a quiet opening half, the No. 3 Duke Blue Devils (1-0-0) turned on the pressure and fired home a pair of goal to open the season with a 2-0 victory at Koskinen Stadium against the No. 23 Ohio State Buckeyes (0-1-0).
Months of preparation and training all come down to Thursday, Aug. 16, as the No. 3 Duke Blue Devils host the No. 23 Ohio State Buckeyes to open the 2018 regular season.
Throughout a historic 2017 season, there was always a constant every time head coach Robbie Church met with the media or sat down to discuss an upcoming game. No matter if it was in the midst of the program record 19-match winning streak, capturing the ACC regular season title or advancing to the program's fourth NCAA College Cup, there was always a theme to his talks.
More preseason honors are rolling in for the Duke women's soccer program, as junior Ella Stevens, senior Kayla McCoy and freshman Delaney Graham have received TopDrawerSoccer Preseason Best XI Team laurels.
Throughout the year, GoDuke.com will be catching up with former Blue Devils who are in the professional ranks, both at home and abroad.
Due to inclement weather entering the Durham weather Sunday evening, the preseason matchup between the Duke Blue Devils and the North Carolina Tar Heels has been cancelled.
In its final preseason match before opening the regular season, No. 3 Duke hosts rival No. 6 North Carolina on Sunday, Aug. 12 in nighttime showdown at Koskinen Stadium.
Heading into her final season with Duke women's soccer, senior Kayla McCoy is one of 45 players named to the Women's MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List, which is presented annually to the most outstanding female player of the year.
An early goal coupled with a pair of late scores propelled the No. 3 Duke Blue Devils to a 3-0 victory Thursday night at Koskinen Stadium in their exhibition opener against the Georgia Bulldogs.
With the regular season almost a week away, the Duke women's soccer program is set for the first of two exhibition matchups as the Blue Devils take on the Georgia Bulldogs Thursday, Aug. 9 at 7 p.m. ET at Koskinen Stadium.
Coming off a historic 2017 season which saw them capture the ACC regular season championship and reach the NCAA College Cup for the second time in three years, the Duke Blue Devils were ranked third in the United Soccer Coaches Preseason Top 25 rankings released Tuesday.