DURHAM, N.C. - Keep up to date with what former Blue Devils are doing in the WNBA and overseas as we inch closer and closer to the start of college basketball season.
Tweet of the Week
Love these little campers. So sweet and energetic! Kudos to our staff for running another great week of camp. Also, thank you to the camper who asked me my age! 🙄😝 pic.twitter.com/mQEUvQZxGo— Joanne P. McCallie (@CoachPDuke) July 9, 2019
Special Day. Special Player. Special Coach.
STUDENT. Athlete. 😤
Morning work. We’ve got big plans.— Duke Women’s Basketball (@DukeWBB) July 11, 2019
Coach P. Checking On Former Blue Devils
Reminder: Keturah is Back!
Read The State's article about Jackson's return to her alma mater after a successful spell as a girls' high school basketball coach.
Happy Birthday Blue Devils...
Let's wish a special happy birthday to our Blue Devils who have a birthday this week. Hope you have a wonderful day!
Amy Frew - (July 21)
Susan Gordon - (July 21)
Allison Behrens - (July 21)
Point Gawd, a 3x WNBA All-Star
2019 WNBA Season
Our ladies are off to a strong first half of the season as we head into the WNBA All-Star Game Weekend. To check out their bios, season stats and career, click on the link below.
Cool As The Other Side Of The Pillow
Williams Turning The Corner
After a 2-9 start from the Dream, the Atlanta squad has rattled off three wins in five thanks in part to the former Blue Devil. Williams has scored double-figures in three of the five, including back-to-back 17 point outings. The forward is also cleaning up on the glass, recording at least eight rebounds in the last five games. Keep it up! 💪
It never gets too old to talk about our Point Gawd and her triple-double.
"Few can control the pace of a game and generate consistent offense like @cgray209, and she was at the peak of her powers against the Mystics."— WNBA (@WNBA) July 8, 2019
ICYMI: Read about Chelsea Gray's triple-double 📰⬇️https://t.co/nDWHeJ2bFp
ICYMI: On Sunday, @cgray209 notched her first ever triple-double, becoming the 9th #WNBA player to do it (8th during the regular season). Will she continue that momentum going into tonight? #WatchMeWork— WNBA (@WNBA) July 12, 2019
Tune in.@LA_Sparks vs. Fever, 7:00 PM ET on League Pass pic.twitter.com/6jk4ku19xD
Lexie The Sniper
One of the best shooters in our league. 👇
WHAT CAN [LEXIE] BROWN DO FOR YOU? pic.twitter.com/Y66gWzt802— Minnesota Lynx (@minnesotalynx) July 13, 2019
Los Angeles Blue Devils
Only thing that would make this picture better is some Duke Blue...🧐
Watch Gray Take Over
Scheer Continues Her Form
Despite grabbing 11 points and seven rebounds, Kathleen Scheer was unable to help her Nunawading Spectres defeat the Lady Cobras in an 80-72 defeat. The loss ended a three-game winning streak. Sitting in third in the league, the Spectres have one final regular-season game heading into the weekend.
Sharpshooter Lexie Brown
There is no secret Brown has adapted to her second stop in the WNBA with the Lynx much smoother than her first. The Jamestown Sun joined up with Brown to take the journey from her high school tantrums to her growth in the WNBA.
Thomas to Represent Team Americas
2011 graduate Krystal Thomas was selected to take part in the Aurora Games, an all-women sport's festival held August 20-25 at the Times Union Center in Albany, N.Y. Congrats Krystal!