Head coach Kerstin Kimel secured her 350th-career win as No. 25 Duke defeated Louisville 14-11 in women's lacrosse at Koskinen Stadium.

By the Numbers
  • Kerstin Kimel ranks 6th among active Division I head coaches with 350 career wins.
  • Olivia Carner and Maddie McCorkle led Duke offensively with six and five points, respectively.
  • Duke had a 21-8 edge in draw controls, with Kerry Nease and Reese Woodworth both contributing seven.
Yes, But

Louisville initially led with three consecutive goals, posing a challenge for Duke in the first quarter.

State of Play
  • Duke moves to 10-6 overall and 4-4 in conference play, while Louisville's record shifts to 7-9 (2-6 ACC).
  • The all-time series between Duke and Louisville now stands at 10-2 in favor of Duke.
  • DeSimone of Duke ranks fourth in program history with 267 career points.
What's Next

Duke will conclude its regular season against No. 16 North Carolina on April 18, with the game airing on ESPNU at 3 p.m.

Bottom Line

Coach Kimel's milestone win, Duke's strong offensive performance, and upcoming matchups highlight the team's resilience and determination in pursuing further victories.