The DePaul women's basketball team shocked host Duke 74-65 in the second round of the NCAA women's tournament on Monday at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, N.C., earning the Blue Demons their third trip ever to the Sweet 16.
It was DePaul's first victory over Duke since 1986. The Blue Demons will face the winner of Tuesday's James Madison-Texas A&M game in a regional semifinal in Lincoln, Neb., on Saturday.
Seventh-seeded DePaul (29-6) was led by Megan Rogowski, who scored a game-high 22 points, and Megan Podkowa, who added 18 points. Whitney Young graduate Chanise Jenkins had four points and seven rebounds.
Duke (28-8), which was seeded second, had five players score in double figures, including Elizabeth Williams with a team-high 12.