Blue Devils on the Road at Virginia, 53-47 - Blue Devils University Official Athletics Site

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – – After three to one another, the Duke's basketball team could not be held second, which ran 53-47 on Sunday evening on the road at Virginia in Arena John Paul Jones in Charlottesville, Va.

The loss to the Blue Devils took a 26 game winning against the Fleeters and the Devils Blue dropped to 11-12 in total and 3-8 in the ACC.

Junior redshirt Haley Gorecki The Devils Blue took 13 points, six rebates, six help and four stalks.

The Devils Blue lost their first six shots and had three strokes, fasting 4-0 soon. Junior Leaonna Odom He started towards the goal of the first district at the Duke at 5:39 a mark and a sophomore Jade Williams attached to a left dragon as the Blue Devils did both sides.

Duke took the first contest, 7-6, at the 1:31 mark for free throwing at Odom, but Lisa Jablonowski gave three paintings that Virginia had a 9-7 lead at the end of the first time. The seven points at the Devils Blue were the second lowest in the history of the Duke in the first quarter. The Duke played only 3-a-12 field goals and had five visitors in the first quarter.

Open Gorecki in the second quarter through the formation of a third-acute love and the first three points of the day to promote the Blue Devils, 10-9. Virginia came back to 14-10, but the Devils Blue took on their own, 7-1, and they were led by 17-15. The Duke hit six straight shots during a second quarter point on his way ahead, 26-23, at a half on a three-point buzzer-beating at a senior Faith Suggs.

The Duke began from Virginia, 19-14, in the second quarter and 72.7 percent hit the field, and he met 3 goals of field 3. Gorecki, from Palatine, Ill., Was pointed out by four, three rebounds and through a half-stroke, and Odom put nine high team points and returned again.

Five occasions on the Blue Devils would expand many times, but it was not possible to break it up. Virginia wins a 8-0 run over a period of 1:13 when Duke was scoring for three minutes. Le Virginia began, 37-34, the Duke's coach Joanne P. McCallie force on time to eliminate the Naval running. Williams ended the Devils Blue until the fourth quarter running, 37-36.

Following Virginia forward, 41-36, Gorecki hit a jumper and a new man Onome Akinbode-James Cutting the two-way free throw on the Cavalier as a result of 41-40.

Coming out of the timetable, Gorecki Odom got on a lob and the Devils Gorm went on, 42-41. Virginia replied two buckets just to take 45-42 leadership with 3:29 left. The Cavaliers added four extra free and gave 49-42 led and 58.1 left.

Gorecki was drained third-day on the third day of the day to cut 45-50, but Cavaliers spent a quarter of 10 to 12 free of charge to deny the victory. Odom finished the game for the Blue Devils with 13 points and three dreams.

Jocelyn Willoughby headed Virginia (10-14, 4-7) with .20 points and 10 rebounds.

McCallie, a 12thth season with the Blue Devils, she kept 400th career game at the Duke.

The Duke will take home on Thursday, February 14 at 7 p.m., to host Virginia Tech on Valentine's Day at Cameron Indoor Stadium. The live competition will be launched on RSN-TV.

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