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Women’s Soccer Record: 7-4-3 (1-3-1 ACC)
l The Blue Devils went 1-1 on the week, falling on the road to Miami but picking up a victory at home on Sunday over Clemson. l Duke allowed two goals in the final two minutes, falling at Miami 2-0 on Thursday evening. l Sophomore goalkeeper Tara Campbell finished with three saves in the contest. l The Blue Devils were led in shots by freshman Natasha Anasi with three, while freshman Laura Weinberg, senior Marybeth Kreger, freshman Mollie Pathman and junior Chelsea Canepa each added two shots. Duke outshot the Hurricanes, 17-7. l On Sunday, Duke picked up its first ACC win of the season in a 4-1 rout of Clemson from Koskinen Stadium.
Blue Devil Blitz
l The Blue Devils collected two first half goals and outshot the Lady Tigers, 12-0, in the stanza. l Weinberg headed in a corner kick from freshman Gilda Doria for the Blue Devils first goal of the game. It was Weinberg’s team- leading sixth goal of the season. l Redshirt freshman Kim DeCesare collected her second goal of the year in the 38th minute as she headed in a free kick from redshirt sophomoreAshley Rape to put the Blue Devils ahead 2-0. l Pathman netted the final two Duke goals of the game. Pathman now has five goals on the season for the Blue Devils. l For the game, Duke outshot Clemson, 30-4. It marks the fourth time this year the Blue Devils have attempted 30 or more shots in a match and the first in ACC play.
l Duke’s four goals in a game are the most since the Blue Devils downed High Point, 5-0, on Sept. 5. The Blue Devils had not scored more than one goal in the last eight matches. l The Blue Devils snapped a scoreless streak of 231:18 since the Maryland second half goal on Sept. 26.
Volleyball Record: 15-2 (7-0 ACC)
l The Blue Devils remained undefeated against ACC opponents last weekend by knocking off both North Carolina and N.C. State from Cameron Indoor Stadium. l Kellie Catanach posted her fourth straight doubled-double to lead Duke to a 3-0 (25-20, 25-12, 25-16) sweep over North Carolina on Friday evening. Catanach collected 32 assists, 10 digs, three kills and a service ace to become only the fourth Duke player in school history to surpass 3,300 career assists. l Junior Amanda Robertson knocked down 10 kills on a .381 clip, and junior Sophia Dunworth totaled nine kills with no attack errors as the Blue Devils made only 11 errors on their 102 attacks. l Senior Becci Burling contributed offensively with eight kills and a .333 clip while senior Claire Smalzer and sophomore Christiana Gray both added seven kills. l Freshman libero Ali McCurdy contributed 11 errorless service receptions and 12 digs while Duke did not allow an ace after the first set. l Duke held the Tar Heels to a .130 hitting percentage with Gray, Burling and Smalzer all contributing three blocks. l On Saturday evening, Burling knocked down 13 kills and hit .500 to lead first-place Duke past N.C. State 3-0 (25-20, 25-20, 25-13).
l Burling made only one error on 24 attacks as the Blue Devils (15-2, 7-0 ACC) posted their second straight sweep and seventh straight conference win. l Gray totaled five blocks and McCurdy collected 27 digs, putting her over the 300-dig mark for the season. The freshman currently ranks second in the ACC with 4.83 digs per set. l Catanach directed Duke to a .310 hitting percentage for the team’s third straight match with at least a .300 clip. l Sophomore Megan Hendrickson added three kills on seven attacks.
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