The 31st season in Duke women's soccer history is officially in the books, as the Blue Devils held its annual banquet to celebrate the 2018 campaign. Under the direction of head coach Robbie Church, the Blue Devils finished second in the ACC and returned to the NCAA Tournament for the 24th time in program history, making their sixth-straight showing in the Round of 16.
Another former Duke women's soccer great has officially joined the professional ranks, as Kayla McCoy signed her first professional contract on Saturday ahead of the 2019 National Women's Soccer League Opening Day.
A number of former Duke women's soccer stars are getting set to open up the 2019 National Women's Soccer League season this weekend, with a trio of Blue Devils named to opening day rosters.
Duke women's soccer head coach Robbie Church and the Blue Devil coaching staff will host an Open Training Session on April 2 as part of the United Soccer Coaches Open Training Week.
Once again the Duke women's soccer program is being represented on a United States Women's National Team, as former Blue Devil All-American Schuyler DeBree was named to the U-23 squad for the 2019 Thorns Spring Invitational.
Trio Honored April 10 in Greensboro
For the third-straight year the ACC Women's Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year is a Blue Devil, as Kayla McCoy reeled in the honor and seven other member of the Duke squad were named to the ACC All-Academic Team, the league announced Thursday.
Duke women's soccer coach Robbie Church added an eighth member to his nationally-ranked 2019 signing class on Wednesday, as he announced the addition of Emmy Duerr to the Blue Devil family.
After compiling one of the best careers in Duke women's soccer history, Kayla McCoy is officially taking her game to the professional level after being selected by the Houston Dash in the second round of the 2019 National Women's Soccer League College Draft at McCormick Place in Chicago, Ill.
Another one of the nation's top recruiting classes will be calling Durham home, as head coach Robbie Church announced Wednesday the addition of the nation's fifth-ranked recruiting class for the 2019 season.
One of the top young minds in the game will be joining the Duke women's soccer coaching staff, as head coach Robbie Church kicked off the new year by announcing the addition of Kieran Hall as the program's newest assistant coach Tuesday.
Another pair of postseason awards belong to the Duke Blue Devils, as freshman Delaney Graham and senior Kayla McCoy earned TopDrawerSoccer Best XI honors.