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.
After taking down Rutgers, 1-0, Friday night at Koskinen Stadium in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the Duke Blue Devils (15-3-2) will head to Washington, D.C., for the second and third rounds Friday, Nov. 16 and Sunday, Nov. 18.
Senior Kayla McCoy delivered the game-winning goal and No. 4 seed Duke (15-3-2) shut out Rutgers (11-4-5) 1-0 in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament Friday evening at Koskinen Stadium.
Koskinen Stadium will take center stage Friday night, as the No. 4 seed Duke Blue Devils (14-3-2) open their run to the 2018 College Cup at home against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights (11-3-5) in NCAA Tournament First Round action.
Another honor has rolled in for Duke's star senior Kayla McCoy, as she was named to the Google Cloud Academic All-District III First Team Thursday, the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) announced.
For the 24th time in program history, the Duke women's soccer program will be dancing in November, as the Blue Devils received a No. 4 seed and will open the 2018 NCAA Tournament against Rutgers on Friday, Nov. 9 at 7 p.m. ET.
As she's done time after time for the Canadian Women's National Team, former Blue Devil great Rebecca Quinn dominated on the pitch during the 2018 CONCACAF Women's Championship in October, landing a spot on the tournament's Best XI squad.
After another successful season battling through one of the top conferences in the country, five members of the Duke women's soccer program received All-ACC honors on Thursday, as announced by the league.
A first-half goal was the difference on Sunday, as the No. 5 and second-seeded Duke Blue Devils (14-3-2) fell to the No. 9 and seventh-seeded Florida State Seminoles (13-4-2) in a 1-0 decision in the 2018 ACC Tournament Quarterfinals at Koskinen Stadium.
The road to the 2018 ACC Tournament Championship starts Sunday at Koskinen Stadium, as the No. 5 and second-seeded Duke Blue Devils (14-2-2, 8-1-1 ACC) host the No. 9 and seventh-seeded Florida State Seminoles (12-4-2, 5-4-1 ACC) in a quarterfinal showdown.