Women’s ice hockey narrowly lost the NCAA Division III National Championship in the longest game in the tournament’s history. Despite the Mammoths’ resilience, they came up short in a 2-1 loss after an intense game lasting over three hours.
The men’s soccer team suffered a heartbreaking defeat in penalty kicks, ending the team’s National Championship aspirations in the Round of 16.
Managing Sports Editor Liza Katz ’24 reflects on Coach K’s career, from the National Championships to the farewell tour this season, and discusses her experience as a Duke fan as the legendary coach heads into retirement.
Fall or spring, rain or shine, one constant remains in NCAA field hockey: North Carolina’s success. This Sunday, March 9, the No. 1 seed Tarheels downed the No. 2 Michigan Wolverines in overtime, 4-3, to claim their third straight championship. UNC completed this back-to-back-to-back feat once previously in 1995,
A photo of Prince Albert II and his mother Grace Kelly at Commencement Ceremony on May 30, 1981. His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco is the 32nd hereditary ruler of the principality of Monaco. His reign began in 2005 and continues to this day. Prince Albert II was
When it comes to college baseball, having a Friday night ace on your pitching staff for a three-game weekend series is critical in setting the tone. For top-ranked Vanderbilt University, pitchers Kumar Rocker and Jack Leiter have established themselves as the strongest one-two punch in college baseball this season. In
In the world of sports, the month of March is perhaps best known for the annual NCAA Division I Basketball Tournaments, commonly referred to as March Madness. After the tournaments were canceled last year [https://www.ncaa.com/live-updates/basketball-men/d1/ncaa-cancels-mens-and-womens-basketball-championships-due] due to the emergence of Covid-19, excitement for