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Freshmen lead No. 3 Blue Devils to 2-1 victory in season openerFreshmen lead No. 3 Blue Devils to 2-1 victory in season opener
[Aug. 27, 2006] The No. 3 Duke Field Hockey team opened its 2006 season with a 2-1 victory over No. 14 Louisville in Saturday’s Champions Tournament at Williams Field, behind goals from freshmen Lauren Amicucci and Lauren Miller.
 
Duke field hockey ranked No. 3 in preseason pollDuke field hockey ranked No. 3 in preseason poll
[Aug. 25, 2006] The Duke Field Hockey team will begin the regular season ranked No. 3, as was announced by the STX/NFHCA Preseason Poll which was released Monday, Aug. 21. The 2005 NCAA Field Hockey Champion Maryland Terps claimed this season’s No. 1 preseason spot, with fellow Atlantic Coast Conference foe Wake Forest grabbing the No. 2 spot. Duke received two first-place votes, eventually landing a No. 3 ranking.
 
Duke field hockey team set For 2006 seasonDuke field hockey team set For 2006 season
[Aug. 24, 2006] Under the leadership of head coach Beth Bozman, the 2006 Field Hockey team is poised for another record-breaking season. In 2005, the Blue Devils became one of only six teams to make three consecutive appearances in the NCAA Final Four (2003, ‘04, ‘05). After falling in the national championship game to Wake Forest in 2004 and to Maryland in 2005, the team has found a new determination.
 
ACC announces future sites & dates for men's & women's basketball & baseball tournamentsACC announces future sites & dates for men's & women's basketball & baseball tournaments
[Jun. 28, 2006] The Atlantic Coast Conference Commissioner John D. Swofford announced the future dates and sites for the ACC Men's and Women's Basketball and Baseball Tournaments. The Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, N.C. will host the 2011, 2013, 2014 and 2015 ACC Men's Basketball Tournaments, while the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Ga. was selected as the site for the 2012 Tournament.
 
Blue Devils head to 112th Penn RelaysBlue Devils head to 112th Penn Relays
[Apr. 27, 2006] The Duke track and field team heads north for the 112th annual Penn Relays, held at the University of Pennsylvania’s Franklin Field Thursday through Saturday. Last year’s women’s team claimed Duke’s first-ever title at the event when the distance medley relay squad won in a school-record time.
 
Mike Pressler resigns as Duke men’s lacrosse coachMike Pressler resigns as Duke men’s lacrosse coach
[Apr. 5, 2006] Duke Director of Athletics Joe Alleva announced Wednesday that Mike Pressler has resigned as men’s lacrosse coach, effective immediately.
 
Duke suspends men's lacrosse games pending clearer resolution of legal situationDuke suspends men's lacrosse games pending clearer resolution of legal situation
[Mar. 28, 2006] Duke University President Richard H. Brodhead announced Tuesday that the university is suspending future games of the men's lacrosse team until there is a clearer resolution of the legal situation involving team members.
 
No. 10 Blue Devils host Princeton WednesdayNo. 10 Blue Devils host Princeton Wednesday
[Mar. 22, 2006] After a week off, the No. 10 Duke women’s tennis team returns to action Wednesday with a 4 p.m. home contest against Princeton. The Blue Devils are 8-3 with a 2-0 Atlantic Coast Conference ledger this season, while the Tigers hold a 4-5 record heading into a 4 p.m. match against UNC Greensboro Tuesday at Duke. Pending weather conditions in Durham, the Princeton-Duke match will be played at either the outdoor Ambler Tennis Stadium or the Sheffield Indoor Tennis Center. The two facilities are located next to each other on Duke’s west campus.
 
Duke's First Varsity Eight Crew has impressive showing at Longhorn InvitationalDuke's First Varsity Eight Crew has impressive showing at Longhorn Invitational
[Mar. 19, 2006] Duke’s First Varsity Eight crew had an impressive showing over the weekend at the sixth-annual Longhorn Invitational held on Town Lake in Austin, Texas. The crew of Sarah Shapiro (coxswain), Tonia Boock, Lia Hart, Virginia Kane, Alissa Van Arnam, Emily Herrington, Caroline Wray, Krista Harryman and Emma Darling took three-of-four races, posting wins against Kansas State, Iowa and Texas.
 
Peter Truszkowski finishes 10th at NCAA Fencing ChampionshipsPeter Truszkowski finishes 10th at NCAA Fencing Championships
[Mar. 19, 2006] Peter Truszkowski became the second Duke fencer this season to earn All-America honors when he finished in 10th place at the NCAA Fencing Championships in Houston, Texas on Sunday.
 
No. 2 Duke to host Bellarmine on TuesdayNo. 2 Duke to host Bellarmine on Tuesday
[Feb. 27, 2006] The second-ranked Duke men's lacrosse team will host Bellarmine on Tuesday afternoon at Koskinen Stadium. Face-off is set for 3 p.m.
 
No. 1 Duke opens 2006 season at LongwoodNo. 1 Duke opens 2006 season at Longwood
[Feb. 13, 2006] No. 1 Duke will begin the 2006 season on Tuesday when they travel to Farmville, Va. for a contest against Longwood at 4 p.m. Duke enters the 2006 season with high expectations. They received the No. 1 ranking in the preseason Inside Lacrosse Top-20 Rankings and are ranked No. 2 in the Lacrosse Magazine preseason rankings.
 
No. 10 Duke cruises to 5-0 victory over No. 24 Texas A&MNo. 10 Duke cruises to 5-0 victory over No. 24 Texas A&M
[Feb. 12, 2006] No. 10 Duke won two of the three doubles and four singles matches to defeat No. 24 Texas A&M 5-0 on Sunday at the Sheffield Indoor Tennis Center. With the win the Blue Devils improve to 4-1 on the year while the Aggies drop to 0-4 overall.
 
Duke women finish 4-1 on final day of Duke InvitationalDuke women finish 4-1 on final day of Duke Invitational
[Feb. 11, 2006] The Duke women’s fencing team earned four victories in five dual matches on Saturday in the Duke Invitational to improve to 11-7 on the year. The women earned top billing in the weapon standings in both the saber and epee. The saber team won all five of their bouts and the epee squad went 4-1 on the day.
 
Blue Devils welcome ranked Virginia to Taishoff
[Jan. 19, 2006] Duke’s swimmers and divers return to Taishoff Aquatics Pavilion Friday for their third of four home contests this season. The action, which begins at 6 p.m., pits the Blue Devils against Atlantic Coast Conference rival Virginia, whose men are ranked 13th and women 20th in the nation.

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