Stefanie Dolson, Allisha Gray, Kelsey Plum and Jackie Young lead the U.S. women's 3x3 team into the Tokyo Games as the event makes its Olympic debut.
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Duke's Mike Krzyzewski plans for the 2021-2022 season to be his final as Blue Devils men's basketball head coach and is finalizing a search process with school officials to name associate head coach Jon Scheyer as coach-in-waiting, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski and multiple reports. Krzyzewski's decision and succession plan was first reported Wednesday by Stadium.
- New Duke AD King embraces status as role model
- King first woman hired as Duke athletic director
- Duke women add six transfers after lost season
- Duke AD White to step down following 13 years
Nina King is the third Black woman AD in a power conference. "I do feel a great responsibility, and I embrace that," King said. "I am excited and ... I want to show little girls who look like me that this is possible."
Nina King will become the first woman to serve as Duke's athletic director and the third Black woman to lead a Power 5 athletic department.
Duke played just four games before opting out of this past season, Kara Lawson's first as head coach, because of COVID-19 concerns.
The four teams competing at GEICO Nationals this weekend boast some of the top women's college basketball prospects in the country.
Duke athletic director Kevin White is stepping down in August. The current longest-serving AD in the ACC will leave after 13 years at the school.
Neither coach Kara Lawson nor anyone from the athletic department has addressed Duke's decision not to play the rest of the 2020-21 season.
The guys catch you up on all the ACC news from the holiday weekend including Louisville's big win against Kentucky in Men's hoops. Plus D’Eriq King announces he will return to Miami as we look at the Best & Worst from the weekend. And visit with Steve Wiseman from the Raleigh news & observer to discuss Duke's decision to cancel it's women's basketball season.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Duke women's basketball team has decided to end its season, it was announced.
The Duke women's basketball team has paused team activities due to two positive COVID-19 tests and contact tracing within the program's travel party.
College basketball was one of the first sports canceled in March. Since then, the sport and its players have seen nearly every league at every level return. Now, it's finally time for college basketball's return.
Notre Dame and Syracuse are back, all eyes are on Duke and coach Kara Lawson, and Louisville and NC State could be on the verge of Final Four runs.
Highlighted by Duke hosting ACC champion Louisville on Dec. 10, the conference announced its 20-game basketball schedule, starting Dec. 9 and ending Feb. 28.
Duke won't have fans at Cameron Indoor Stadium for basketball games because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Sara Anastasieska, who averaged 7.8 points and 1.8 assists and had 27 3-pointers as a starter for Cal last season, will play next season for Duke as a grad transfer.
New Duke women's basketball coach Kara Lawson has hired Beth Cunningham, Tia Jackson and Winston Gandy as assistant coaches on her staff.
LaChina Robinson and Terrika Foster-Brasby share updates on Kara Lawson's hire at Duke, the WNBA game schedule and Elena Delle Donne's medical opt out denial. Plus, they continue to conversation on social justice reform with Mercury's Brianna Turner and Delaware WBB's head coach Natasha Adair and junior guard Paris McBride.
Mark and Wes talk with Kara Lawson about being hired to be Duke's new women's basketball head coach and Louis Riddick joins to talk about improvements that Pitt has made.
Kara Lawson joins the show to talk about becoming the newest Duke Women's Basketball Head Coach. She talks about why this was the perfect opportunity for her and the fit was everything she's looking for. Plus, Marc Spears joins the show from the NBA bubble to update us on the protocols and testing.
New Duke coach Kara Lawson stressed her experience at her introduction, despite not coaching at the college level.
From filling out her staff to getting locked in on recruiting and connecting with the Duke fan base, Kara Lawson has a lot of decisions ahead.
Former WNBA star Kara Lawson is replacing Joanne P. McCallie as the women's basketball coach at Duke, it was announced Saturday.