Best start in school history, longest winning streak, first Pac-12 Title, highest tournament seed, first regional title, first Elite Eight and Final Four appearance in school history. Anyone who has caught a glimpse of our warm-up stretches, pregame shots, or that postgame celebration on Monday, April 1, knows that we are a team that likes to have fun and enjoy the moment.
Haley Peters interviews Duke teammate and All-American Chelsea Gray about her season-ending injury, how she motivates her teammates from the bench and some "personal issues" with her roommate.
Louisville’s stunner over No. 1 Baylor on Sunday night featured some, well, stunning statistics. The fifth-seeded Cardinals’ long-range shooting is at the top of the list. Of their 82 total points, 48 of them were scored on 3-pointers.
Haley Peters took the camera along as the Duke women's basketball team visited Elizabeth Williams' house in Virginia Beach, Va. Williams' family hosted the team for a home-cooked meal before the Blue Devils' game against Nebraska in the Norfolk Regional semifinals.
Heading in to Sunday night’s game against Louisville, Brittney Griner had 103 blocks in 17 NCAA tournament games. While she’s already set the record, the suspense is in whether or not she can double the number of blocks by the previous leader, former Duke star Alison Bales (2003-07), who had 62 blocks in 15 games.
The tourney is in full madness mode! No lead is safe. No team is out until that final buzzer sounds. We were so fortunate to play at home in Maples for the first two rounds -- and does Nerd Nation go hard!
Wow, what a great run through the first two rounds of the tournament.We knew when we saw the draw that it would not be easy. Even though we are a No. 1 seed, we had to travel to Iowa City. After we beat Tennessee-Martin in the opening round, we faced Iowa on their home floor.
Baylor players Destiny Williams and Mariah Chandler look back at teammate Brittney Griner's three dunks and ahead to the Sweet 16 and Louisville.
UConn is the only Division I school to win the men’s and women’s basketball national titles in the same season, having earned both championships in 2004. That feat capped a 10-season stretch in which the teams from Storrs won a total of seven national championships -- five for the women and two for the men.
It’s tournament time! I always love this time of the year because it is March Madness. Even with severe bites from the injury bug this season, Maryland still received a No. 4 seed in the tournament.
Penn State's Maggie Lucas brings the camera along on a team shopping trip in New Orleans before the Lady Lions' first-round NCAA tournament game against Cal Poly.
We’re halfway through the first round of the 2013 NCAA women’s tournament, and still no No. 14 or 15 seeds have ever advanced. On Saturday, No. 14 Stetson fell to No. 3 UCLA 66-49, 14th-seeded Wichita State fell to Texas A&M 71-45, No.
DURHAM, N.C. -- The first time I met Jim Sabiston was at a Duke football tailgate on my official visit, after I had committed. He knew everything about my high school career, who I was as a player, the kind of person I was, what I wanted to study.
Wow, the past few weeks have been such a whirlwind for Duke women’s basketball! We finished up the conference season winning the ACC tournament. We beat three quality opponents in N.C. State, Florida State and, in the championship game, North Carolina.
The first coach in women's basketball history to lead a team to five consecutive Final Fours on two separate occasions, Geno Auriemma turns 59 today. The seven-time coach of the year was inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in 2006 and coached the U.