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The use of software that blocks hinders our ability to serve you the content you came here to enjoy. We ask that you consider turning off your ad blocker so we can deliver you the best experience possible while you are here. Match 16 No. Morgantown, W. The Blue Devils opened their five-match spring slate with back-to-back nonconference wins, outscoring their opponents over the two games to improve to on the season.
Her six goals this season lead the team, are tied for first among ACC freshmen and tied for fourth among all freshmen nationally. Sophomore goalkeeper Ruthie Jones collected her seventh shutout win of the season last Wednesday, which ranks second in the conference and is tied for third in the NCAA. The Blue Devils are in Morgantown, including a victory over the then-No. The Mountaineers boast a stout defensive unit that has yielded just nine goals in 10 matches. They allowed two goals in a game only one time this season -- a double overtime loss to then-No.
Senior midfielder Stefany Ferrer-vanGinkel le the West Virginia offense with six goals and 14 points, while junior forward Alina Stahl is coming off a two-goal performance against Saint Joseph's. Sophomore Kayza Massey took over goaltending duties in October and has posted a record with 10 saves and five goals allowed. Of the five road wins, Duke has shut out its opponent in three -- at Boston College Oct.
The five victories away from home are the most by the Blue Devils since the season. Duke had not played at home since Oct. Freshman Olivia Migli scored just into the match, marking the quickest goal in a game this season for Duke. Migli added another at the mark to give her team a commanding lead. Junior Mackenzie Pluck scored her first goal of the season and dished out two assists in 45 minutes of action.
Fellow junior Delaney Graham also had two helpers in the first half, increasing her assist total on the season to four. Sophomore Sophie Jones recorded her first career Two Morgantown West Virginia ladys looking off a give-and-go play with Pluck that made it just under 25 minutes in. Senior Tess Boade was then able to beat the clock with her fifth goal of the season at the mark. The second half featured a full lineup change for the Blue Devils, as 12 new players including junior goalkeeper Holly Stam took the pitch.
Junior Marykate McGuire added onto the lead with her third tally of the season eight minutes into the period. Junior Marykate McGuire paces the team with six helpers, while eight players have recorded two or more assists. Of the 14 goals the Blue Devils have scored in the first half, eight have come in the first 15 minutes of play. In the win over Coastal Carolina, freshman Olivia Migli got Duke on the board just into the match, marking the quickest goal scored by the Blue Devils since Sept.
Duke is this season when scoring first. The Blue Devils have scored 10 goals in the second half of games this season, with seven coming within the first 20 minutes out of halftime and four scored in the opening six minutes of the period. Duke is when leading at the half.
Duke's four losses on the season have come to No. After being limited to just three goals between them in the first 14 matches this season, the junior tandem of Marykate McGuire and Mackenzie Pluck each had a tally in the win over Coastal Carolina. The pair combined for 17 goals in With two goals and an assist in the opening two games of the spring campaign, senior Tess Boade now owns 35 points in four years at Duke. Senior Taylor Mitchell has played 7, minutes over four years and ranks eighth in all-time minutes played at Duke. Fellow senior defender Caitlin Cosme played minutes in eight matches her first two seasons at Duke, but has played 35 matches and 3, minutes over the last two years.
On Oct. The Blue Devils' No. Duke finished the fall portion of the regular season with five consecutive road games, notching a record over the contests. The Blue Devils are on the season when playing away from home.
Duke had to come from behind in its first two matches to open the season. The Blue Devils scored the tying goal with two minutes left at Wake Forest in the season opener before winning in overtime, and tied Virginia one week later with a goal in the 60th minute. Fellow junior Mackenzie Pluck is coming off a two-assist effort against Coastal Carolina.
Her five assists on the year are fourth in the conference and tied for 19th in the nation.
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