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Release: 07/08/2019
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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

Former players, current coaches. Welcome back, Wanisha and Keturah!


OFFICIAL 😤

 KJ is back where she belongs.





Seasons Don't Start In November



In Case You Missed It...

Check in with 2015 graduate Jenna Frush and see what the former Blue Devil has been up to since leaving Durham.


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! 


Wanisha Smith - 2008 graduate/assistant coach (July 9)

Oderah Chidom - 2017 graduate (July 9)

Jane Lyon - (July 13)





Alumni Update

 

2019 WNBA Season
Our ladies are off to a strong start in the early season of the WNBA. To check out their bios, season stats and career, click on the link below.

Duke Players in the WNBA




LAST CHANCE TO VOTE

To vote for our Blue Devils, click on the link here. Voting is open until July 9th and users are able to vote for an individual once per day.



Gray On Another Level

Chelsea made a STATEMENT on why she should be a three-time WNBA All-Star this season.




Dish Queen, Jasmine Thomas

Thomas with yet another milestone in her career. More to come...🔋





What They Said





Williams In Stride

Watch some early season highlights as she grows into her role with the Atlanta Dream. 💪



Williams and Shot Blocking: Name a Better Duo



And Another One...


And Another One...

Thoughts?




No Surprise From A Splash Sister

Just like we thought, Lexie burning the nets in the WNBA.





Brown From Durham X2!




Peters to Turkey

Haley continues her European tour, earning a contract with the Turkish club Hatay BSB. Congrats!


Scheer Continues To Shine

The 2012 graduate led the Nunawading Spectres of the Australian State League to a victory over the Knox Raiders, ranked third in the league. Scheer put in an MVP-awarded performance and a near triple-double, recording 23 points, seven rebounds, nine assists and two blocks in the win. With two games left in the season, the Spectres have rode a three-game winning streak to second in the league. Scheer has a 15.2/8.5/3.1 stat line on the season.



Harding Sees Opportunity On Sidelines

The former No. 1 pick of the 2007 WNBA Draft has been added to the Sixers summer-league staff. Read the Philadelphia Inquirer's article about the journey Harding is on as well as the respect she has garnered from her peers in the league here.



Mitchell With A New Opportunity

Bridgette Mitchell has grabbed a new coaching gig. The former McDonald's All-American and Duke grad has spent the last few seasons as an assistant at James Madison, and has worked her way to a position for the Pitt women's basketball team. Check out the Pitt News article about the hiring.


Greenwell Has Sights Set On WNBA

Greenwell isn't ready to call her professional career quits. The other half of the Splash Sisters is rehabbing her knee in hopes to get a chance at her goal. She gives a short interview that can be found here.


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