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UNC's Kristen Taylor named ACC Player of the WeekUNC's Kristen Taylor named ACC Player of the Week
[Apr. 3, 2007] North Carolina's Kristen Taylor was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Women's Lacrosse Player of the Week after helping the No. 2-ranked Tar Heels to consecutive wins over seventh-ranked Georgetown (8-6) and ACC opponent Boston College (14-4) last week. was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Women's Lacrosse Player of the Week after helping the No. 2-ranked Tar Heels to consecutive wins over seventh-ranked Georgetown (8-6) and ACC opponent Boston College (14-4) last week.
 
Duke men's tennis remains undefeated at home with 4-3 win over MiamiDuke men's tennis remains undefeated at home with 4-3 win over Miami
[Apr. 2, 2007] The No. 21 Duke men's tennis team defeated 35th-ranked Miami, 4-3, in dramatic fashion on Sunday afternoon, as freshman Dylan Arnould posted a three-set win at the No. 5 singles spot to give Duke its third consecutive ACC win.
 
No. 7 Georgia Tech sneaks past Duke in women's tennis, 4-3No. 7 Georgia Tech sneaks past Duke in women's tennis, 4-3
[Apr. 2, 2007] The 20th-ranked Duke women's tennis team fell to seventh-ranked Georgia Tech, 4-3, on Sunday afternoon at the Bill Moore Tennis Center in Atlanta, Ga. The Blue Devils fall to 9-5 overall and 4-2 in ACC play, while the Yellow Jackets improve to 15-4 overall and 6-1 in conference action.
 
Former Duke men's golf coach Rod Myers passes awayFormer Duke men's golf coach Rod Myers passes away
[Apr. 2, 2007] The Duke University Athletic Department lost a member of its family on Friday, March 30, with the passing of men's golf head coach Rod Myers. Myers was 67 and passed away at the Duke University Medical Center after a battle with an acute form of leukemia. The 34-year mentor of the Duke men's golf program was one of the mainstays of the Duke University athletic department and a very well respected member of the golf community.
 
Mountaineers tabbed fifth in SoCon preseason poll
[Feb. 6, 2007] Appalachian State University softball was projected to finish fifth in the Southern Conference as voted on by the league’s coaches in the annual preseason poll. Four Mountaineers also earned preseason all-conference honors.
 
Duke swimming & diving ends regular season at Clemson on Saturday
[Feb. 2, 2007] The Duke swimming and diving teams will close out regular season action on Saturday at McHugh Natatorium, as the Blue Devils travel to Clemson, S.C. take on the Tigers at 1 p.m. Duke is coming off a sweep of East Carolina, as the Blue Devil women’s squad improved to 5-3 (1-3 ACC) with a 161-137 win over the Lady Pirates, and the Duke men fell even at 4-4 (1-3 ACC) with a tight 155-145 victory over ECU.
 
WFU's Celebration of Champions scheduled for Friday afternoon at Wait Chapel
[Jan. 27, 2007] Wake Forest University and the Department of Athletics invites Demon Deacon sports fans to the Celebration of Champions on Friday, February 2nd at 4 p.m. at Wait Chapel.
 
Duke's swimming & diving teams defeat Davidson
[Jan. 13, 2007] The Duke swimming and diving teams began their second portion of the 2006-07 season on Saturday with wins over Davidson at the Blue Devils' own Taishoff Aquatic Pavilion.
 
No. 10 Duke completes day two of action at Michigan Invitational
[Jan. 13, 2007] The 10th-ranked Duke women's tennis team took four of four doubles matches and three of seven singles matches on day two of the Michigan Invitational on Saturday.
 
No. 7 Duke posts four singles wins, one doubles win at Miami Invitational
[Jan. 13, 2007] The seventh-ranked Duke men's tennis team began its spring season at the Miami Invitational on Saturday, totalling four singles wins and one doubles win.
 
Duke announces 2007 men's lacrosse schedule
[Jan. 11, 2007] Nine home regular season games, participation in the annual First 4 event in San Diego and the hosting of the ACC Tournament highlight Duke's 2007 men's lacrosse schedule released on Thursday by first-year head coach John Danowski.
 
Duke rowing wraps up fall season at Rivanna Romp on Sunday
[Nov. 10, 2006] The Duke rowing team will wrap up the fall season at the Rivanna Romp Regatta on Sunday in Charlottesville, Va. The regatta, which will be held at the Rivanna Reservoir, will feature 12 schools, including host Virginia.
 
Duke volleyball rolls past N.C. State in 3-0 victory
[Sep. 27, 2006] The Duke volleyball team recorded its 11th straight victory over N.C. State on Wednesday night, rolling to a 3-0 (30-13, 30-19, 30-20) victory at Reynolds Coliseum. The Blue Devils improve to 10-2 overall and 3-0 in the ACC while the Wolfpack fall to 2-11 overall and 0-4 in league play.
 
Duke volleyball opens ACC playDuke volleyball opens ACC play
[Sep. 22, 2006] The Duke volleyball team will open the 2006 Atlantic Coast Conference season by hosting Clemson and Georgia Tech Friday and Saturday at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Both matches are scheduled for a 7 p.m. start.
 
Duke Blue Devils capture Duke Invitational volleyball titleDuke Blue Devils capture Duke Invitational volleyball title
[Aug. 27, 2006] Tealle Hunkus played her way to tournament MPV honors as she led Duke to a pair of sweeps over Gardner-Webb and VCU Saturday at Cameron Indoor Stadium in the 2006 Duke Invitational. Duke defeated Gardner-Webb 30-14, 30-15, 30-20 and VCU 30-24, 30-22, 30-28 to claim the championship for the fourth straight season.

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