Consistently ranked among the top NCAA Division I women’s soccer programs in the country, Duke has cemented its status among the nation’s elite with six NCAA quarterfinal appearances and three trips to the national championship game in the past seven seasons alone. As members of the ultra-competitive Atlantic Coast Conference, the Blue Devils face the highest level of collegiate competition year after year. In its 30 year history, Duke has produced 94 All-ACC, 77 all-region, and 17 All-America selections. Duke Soccer School alumnae have left their mark on the program with former Blue Devils Mollie Pathman, Andrea Crane, Meaghan FitzGerald, Anastasia Hunt, Erin Koballa, Kendall Bradley, Lauren Simel, Katie Roark, Erin Hathorn, Jenny Alleva, and Kelly Hathorn attending camp prior to their Duke careers.
|Program Quick Facts|
|First Year of Program||1988||College Cup Appearances||4 (1992, 2011, 2015, 2017)|
|Affiliation||NCAA Division I||NCAA Elite Eights||8 (1992, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2017)|
|Conference||Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)||Head Coach||Robbie Church|
|Program Record||381-218-62 (30 Seasons)||Assistant Coach||Kieran Hall|
|NCAA Tournament Appearances (Last)||24 (2018)||Assistant Coach||Carla Overbeck|
|NCAA Finals||4 (1992, 2011, 2015, 2017)||Goalkeeper Coach||Lane Davis|