Sunday is Duke's Takeover on ACC Network - Duke University (2024)

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – ACC Network will spotlight Duke on Sunday, July 7, with 24 hours of programming dedicated to great Blue Devil games and moments from this past year. The Duke Takeover begins at 12 a.m. on Sunday with 11 of the Blue Devils' top games that aired on the ACC Network and ESPN family of networks during the 2023-24 season.

The Duke programming schedule for Sunday on ACC Network is below:
12 a.m. - Women's Volleyball vs. North Carolina
2 a.m. - Men's Soccer vs. Syracuse
4 a.m. - Women's Lacrosse vs. Louisville
6 a.m. - Women's Soccer vs. Wisconsin
8 a.m. - Men's Lacrosse vs. Virginia
10 a.m. - Women's Basketball vs. North Carolina
12 p.m. - Field Hockey vs. Louisville (ACC Championship Semifinal)
1:30 p.m. - Baseball vs. Florida State (ACC Championship Game)
4:30 p.m. - Softball vs. Florida State (ACC Championship Game)
7 p.m. - Football vs. Clemson
10 p.m. - Men's Basketball vs. Baylor

Women's Volleyball -- Duke vs. North Carolina (Oct. 25, 2023)
Duke secured its first win over the Tar Heels in Durham since Nov. 24, 2017, a 3-1 victory over North Carolina inside Cameron Indoor Stadium. Gracie Johnson and Kerry Keefe combined for 31 kills to help lead the offensive unit as Duke hit .318 percent for the match, while Jess Robinson paced a steady blocking contingent with 10 blocks, equaling her career high.

Men's Soccer -- Duke vs. Syracuse (Sept. 29, 2023)
No. 21 Duke defeated seventh-ranked and reigning national champion Syracuse, 5-3, at Koskinen Stadium, as the Blue Devils secured their fourth consecutive regular-season victory over a top-10 team. Duke was led by Nick Pariano, who logged the first multi-goal game of his career.

Women's Lacrosse -- Duke vs. Louisville (April 12, 2024)
No. 25 Duke tallied a 14-11 victory over Louisville at Koskinen Stadium to provide head coach Kerstin Kimel with her 350th-career victory. The Blue Devils were led offensively by Olivia Carner and Maddie McCorkle with six and five points, respectively, as Carner tallied four goals and two dimes. McCorkle's five goals tied her career high in goals and points, while Kerry Nease and Reese Woodworth each tallied seven draw controls, giving Duke the 21-8 edge.

Women's Soccer -- Duke vs. Wisconsin (Aug. 27, 2023)
Grace Watkins and Kat Rader each scored to push No. 4 Duke past Wisconsin, 2-1, at Koskinen Stadium. Wisconsin had not allowed a goal through the first three matches, before Duke tallied two in the victory.

Men's Lacrosse -- Duke vs. Virginia (April 14, 2024)
Duke's attack trio of Josh Zawada, Brennan O'Neill and Dyson Williams combined for 12 goals and rookie goaltender Patrick Jameison made 13 saves to lead the third-ranked Blue Devils to a thrilling 18-12 win over No. 2 Virginia inside a sold-out Koskinen Stadium. Zawada finished the afternoon with a game-high five goals and an assist, while O'Neill contributed four goals and an assist.

Women's Basketball -- Duke vs. North Carolina (Feb. 11, 2024)
Duke freshman Delaney Thomas scored a career-high 19 points and pulled in seven rebounds to lead the Blue Devils to a thrilling 68-60 overtime win over North Carolina in front of a sold-out crowd at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Duke outscored North Carolina 34-14 in the final 15 minutes to triumph over its rival.

Field Hockey -- Duke vs. Louisville (Nov. 1, 2023)
Duke senior goalkeeper Piper Hampsch made six saves and Hannah Miller scored a goal to lift the third-ranked Blue Devils to a thrilling 1-0 victory over No. 10 Louisville in the ACC Field Hockey Championship semifinal. The win propelled Duke to the ACC Tournament final for the fourth time in program history and the first time since 2011.

Baseball -- Duke vs. Florida State (May 26, 2024)
Duke captured the ACC Baseball Championship for the second time in program history with a 16-4 victory over Florida State in Charlotte. Devin Obee finished the game 2-for-4 with a towering grand slam in the top of the seventh inning, earning MVP honors of the 2024 ACC Tournament, while Ben Miller contributed two home runs against the Seminoles.

Softball -- Duke vs. Florida State (May 11, 2024)
Duke claimed the ACC Softball Championship title for the second time in program history after defeating second-seeded Florida State, 6-3, in front of a sold-out crowd at Duke Softball Stadium. Ana Gold registered a pair of RBI, driving in the game-tying run in the sixth inning, while Cassidy Curd worked 4.0 scoreless innings of relief and struck out three batters to earn the win.

Football -- Duke vs. Clemson (Sept. 4, 2023)
Duke out-scored No. 9 Clemson 22-0 in the second half and handed the Tigers a 28-7 defeat in a Labor Day Night prime-time game in Durham. The Blue Devils feasted on three second-half turnovers by the Tigers in claiming the program's first win over an AP top-10 team since 1989 and snapping Clemson's 12-game winning streak in ACC play.

Men's Basketball -- Duke vs. Baylor (Dec. 20, 2023)
All five starters scored in double-figures for No. 21 Duke and the Blue Devils used a late 14-1 run to secure the 78-70 win over No. 10 Baylor at Madison Square Garden. Freshman Jared McCain scored a game-high 21 points to lead the Blue Devils to their seventh straight win at MSG and their first top-10 victory since November 2021.

About ACC Network
Owned and operated by ESPN in partnership with the Atlantic Coast Conference, ACC Network (ACCN) and its digital platform ACCNX is a 24/7 national network dedicated to ACC sports that launched on August 22, 2019. ACCN televises more than 500 regular-season and tournament games from across the conference's 28 sponsored sports, plus a complement of news and information shows and original programming. Together, ACCN and its digital platform, ACCNX, combine to feature more than 1,500 ACC events each year. ESPN has been televising ACC content since 1979 and has exclusive rights to every conference-controlled game across all sports and championships, with a limited number of exceptions. All ACCN games are also available on the ESPN App with TV Everywhere credentials.

Duke Centennial
In 2024, Duke celebrates its Centennial, marking one hundred years since Trinity College became Duke University. Duke will use this historic milestone to deepen the understanding of its history, inspire pride and strengthen bonds and partnerships, and prepare for a second century of continued excellence and impactful leadership. To learn more, visit 100.duke.edu

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