The Duke women's soccer contest against NC State set for Friday, Sept. 28 at Koskinen Stadium has been pushed up to Thursday, Sept. 27 and will now be played in Raleigh, N.C. at Dail Soccer Stadium.
With eight games in the books, the attention of the 13th-ranked Duke Blue Devils (6-1-1) has officially turned towards ACC play, which begins Sunday, Sept. 16. As the Blue Devils get set for their ACC opener at Syracuse, it's time to check in on the program with the fourth edition of the DWS Notebook.
As the Blue Devils take a couple days to rest up before kicking off the 2018 ACC season on Sunday at Syracuse, a number of former DWS stars are on the grind in the professional ranks. Check out how the Blue Devils are performing in the latest edition of DWS In The Pros.
Throughout the 2018 season, GoDuke.com will be profiling each member of the Duke women's soccer coaching staff. First up is assistant coach and overseer of the DWS goalkeeper staff, Lane Davis.
Kayla McCoy and the No. 14 Duke Blue Devils (6-1-1) wasted no time getting things going on Sunday at Koskinen Stadium, scoring just minutes into the contest and shutting out the Old Dominion Monarchs (2-3-2), 1-0, for their fifth-straight victory.
In the final tune-up before heading into ACC play, the No. 14 Duke Blue Devils (5-1-1) will host the Old Dominion Monarchs (2-2-2) Sunday, Sept. 9 at Koskinen Stadium.
Trailing 1-0 at the half, the No. 14 Duke Blue Devils (5-1-1) earned a trio of goals from sophomores Tess Boade and Karlie Paschall to rally and pick up a 3-1 victory against the Nebraska Huskers (3-3-1) Thursday night at Koskinen Stadium.
A season-long five-game home stand comes to an end this week for the No. 14 Duke Blue Devils (4-1-1), as they open their final pair of non-conference games against the Nebraska Huskers (3-2-1) on Thursday, Sept. 6.
One more week of non-conference play remains for the 12th-ranked Duke Blue Devils (4-1-1), as they close out their five-game home stand with Nebraska and Old Dominion. As the Blue Devils prepare another round of matches at Koskinen Stadium, it's time to check in on the program with the second edition of the DWS Notebook.
Goals from senior Taylor Racioppi and freshman Marykate McGuire paced the No. 12 Duke Blue Devils (4-1-1) on Sunday, as they took down the Providence Friars (3-2-0), 2-1, at Koskinen to capture their third-straight win.
The 12th-ranked Duke Blue Devils (3-1-1) will look to close out the 2018 Duke Nike Classic on a perfect note, as they host the Providence Friars (3-1-0) Sunday at Koskinen Stadium.
A pair of goals in the second half were the difference Thursday night at Koskinen Stadium, as the No. 12 Duke Blue Devils (3-1-1) opened the 2018 Duke Nike Classic with a 2-0 victory against the Marquette Golden Eagles (0-3-1).