As the regular season hits the home stretch, the Duke Blue Devils (23-25, 10-8 ACC) will host their final home ACC series of the 2019 campaign, welcoming the NC State Wolfpack (23-21, 4-11 ACC) to the Duke Softball Stadium for a three-game set starting Saturday.
Due to the threat of inclement weather in the Durham area Friday, the Duke-NC State series will begin Saturday, April 20, with a doubleheader at the Duke Softball Stadium.
A fast start in game one and late runs in the second contest propelled the James Madison Dukes (33-7) past the Duke Blue Devils (23-25) in a Wednesday afternoon doubleheader in Harrisonburg, Va.
For the final time this season, the Duke Blue Devils (23-23) will hit the road for a non-conference road matchup, as they head to Harrisonburg, Va., for a doubleheader against the No. 20 James Madison Dukes (31-7) on Wednesday, April 17.
Clutch offense and standout pitching helped the Duke Blue Devils (23-23, 10-8 ACC) pick up a pair of wins against the Syracuse Orange (18-22, 7-8 ACC) on Saturday, securing their fourth ACC series win of the season.
It was a pitchers' duel Friday afternoon at the Skytop Softball Stadium until four runs in the fifth and sixth innings propelled the Syracuse Orange (18-20, 7-6 ACC) to a 4-0 series-opening win against the Duke Blue Devils (21-23, 8-8 ACC).
Looking to ride the momentum from a pair of midweek victories, the Duke Blue Devils (21-22, 8-7 ACC) head north to take on the Syracuse Orange (17-20, 6-6 ACC) in a three-game series at the Skytop Softball Stadium.
Behind an RBI triple from rookie Deja Davis in the bottom of the sixth, the Duke Blue Devils (21-22) picked up a 3-1 victory against the Charlotte 49ers (11-27) Wednesday afternoon at the Duke Softball Stadium.
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A six-run second inning, highlighted by a three-run bomb from Kristina Foreman, helped pace the Duke Blue Devils (20-22) to an 8-6 victory against the Radford Highlanders (18-22) Tuesday night at the Duke Softball Stadium.
A season-long seven-game home stand wraps up this week for the Duke Blue Devils (19-22), as they welcome the Radford Highlanders (18-21) and Charlotte 49ers (11-26) to Durham for a pair of midweek matchups at the Duke Softball Stadium.
Despite holding the No. 24 Virginia Tech Hokies (33-5, 13-2 ACC) to their lowest ACC series scoring output of the year, the Duke Blue Devils (19-22, 8-7 ACC) dropped the series finale on Sunday in a tight 2-1 decision at the Duke Softball Stadium.