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Duke Athletics Release 2021-22 Annual Report

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Durham — The Duke University Track and Field Department has released its 2021-22 Annual Report. It details the stories, moments and achievements of another outstanding year for the Blue Devils.

Check out some of the highlights below.

• Duke’s men’s basketball team has sent a retiring head coach. Mike Kushwski Out in style, including a record-breaking 13 under Coach K, as the Blue Devils won the ACC regular season title and reached the Final Four in New Orleans for the 17th time in the program’s history. did. John ShearHe was named Krzyszewski’s successor in June last year.

• Men’s basketball ACC regular season crown is one of five team championships won by the Blue Devils in the 2021-22 school year. Men’s soccer was his regular season champion and advanced to the third round of the NCAA Tournament. Women’s Indoor Athletics captured a share of the ACC title and women’s tennis won the ACC crown. Softball marked the first time in the program’s history that he hosted an NCAA Tournament Regional, defeating Georgia to win the Durham Regional and advance to the Super Regionals.

Mike Elko Named Duke’s 22nd head football coach on December 10, 2021. Elko arrived at Durham after serving as his defensive coordinator and safety he coach at Texas A&M for the past four seasons. During his 23 years of coaching, Elko spent 18 of them as his defensive coordinator and top college football assistant. 2 people were selected.

• Duke University has a 99% Graduation Success Rate (GSR), leading all prestigious conference institutions and tying seven other schools for first place in the nation. The GSR is based on a student-athlete who entered the college as a freshman from 2011 to her 2014, allowing individuals who left Duke University in good academic standing to be excluded from the cohort. Among power conference schools, GSR’s top five are Duke (99), Northwestern (98), Notre Dame (97), Vanderbilt (97), Minnesota (96), South Carolina (96), Stanford ( 96), including Wake Forest. (96). A total of 19 Duke teams achieved 100% GSR in the 2011-14 period: Baseball, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Men’s Cross Country/Athletics, Women’s Cross Country/Athletics, Men’s Fencing, Women’s Fencing, Field Hockey, Men’s Golf, Women’s Golf, Women’s Lacrosse, Rowing, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Men’s Tennis, Women’s Tennis, Volleyball. Duke’s remaining programs achieved his GSR of 94% in football (96), men’s lacrosse (96) and wrestling (94) respectively.

• A record NBA Draft Night for men’s basketball featured five players, led by the No. 1 overall pick. Paolo Banchero to Orlando Magic. Banchero became his fifth Blue His Devil to take him No. 1 overall in the draft. No other college program has ever had him nominated more than three times.5 drafters of program recording are also included Mark Williams, AJ Griffin, Wendell Moore Jr.When trevor keeles.

• The latest multi-year (2016-2021) Academic Progress Report (APR) data from the NCAA shows 13 Duke University sports programs out of 1000. Overall, Duke combined his APR scores for the highest among ACC institutions in the league’s 14 sports. Men’s track and field (1000), women’s cross-country (1000), women’s fencing (1000), women’s golf (1000), women’s soccer (1000), women’s swimming/diving (1000), women’s track and field (1000), volleyball (1000) Baseball (997).

• Former Duke University student-athlete Jessica Buttinger, Tara Dalton When Madison Heath He was awarded the Obremsky Scholarship and the CT Moorman II Scholarship by the Bassett Society. His three Blues, his Devils, who were also honored during Duke’s home football game against Pittsburgh, are now pursuing a graduate degree in medicine.

• Duke gathered a league-record 632 student-athletes this summer for the 66th Annual ACC Honor Roll announced by the League Office. The Blue Devils have led the conference in ACC honor roll selection for his 34 years in the last 35 years. More than 80% of Duke’s enrolled student players were named to the honors roster as the Blue Devils led all schools with his 632 honors in a conference record. Notre Dame took his 522nd place, followed by Virginia (465th), Boston College (436th), North Carolina (421st) and Louisville (417th) each with more than 400 student-athletes.

• Dukes Tess Bode (women’s soccer), Josh Finesilver (wrestling), Cooper Stinson (baseball) and Gina Kim (Women’s Golf) Each won an ACC Graduate Scholarship. Boade, Finesilver, and Stinson won his Weaver-James-Corrigan-Swofford Graduate Scholarship Award, and Kim earned his Thacker Award for pursuing her LPGA Tour career.

• With the Duke Men’s Soccer Team Anna Callahan (women’s lacrosse), Piper Humpsch (field hockey), Anthony Hinton (football), Alexis Joseph (women’s lacrosse) and Morgan Linsley (Rowing) received a Top 6 ACC Service Award for its dedication to community service and outreach programs.

• Five Blue Devils Named to CoSIDA Academic All-Americans –- Catriona Barry (women’s lacrosse), Chloe Beck (women’s tennis), Delaney Graham (women’s soccer), Jackson Hubbard (soccer) and Jameson Cavell (soft ball).

• Duke’s Softball Jameson Cavell In 2022 we had a banner season with Diamonds. The grad student finished his college career with one of the strongest offensive seasons in program history en route to earning NFCA All-America third-team recognition. Her accolades extended to her classroom, where she won the ACC Softball Scholar-Athlete of the Year award and she was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-America First Team.

Duke in numbers for 2021-22
9 ACC Major Awards
48 All-American Award
3 ACC Scholar – Athlete of the Year
19 Team achieved 100% GSR
101 All ACC Awards
41 Individual NCAA Qualifiers
16 Blue Devils drafted by a professional organization
9 ACC Main Winners
Five CoSIDA Academic All-America
18 Individual ACC Title
13 The team achieved a score of 1000 in the annual APR