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107th CONGRESS
  1st Session
S. RES. 67

  Commending the Blue Devils of Duke University for winning the 2001 
National Collegiate Athletic Association Men's Basketball Championship.


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                   IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

                             April 5, 2001

    Mr. Helms (for himself and Mr. Edwards) submitted the following 
             resolution; which was considered and agreed to

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                               RESOLUTION


 
  Commending the Blue Devils of Duke University for winning the 2001 
National Collegiate Athletic Association Men's Basketball Championship.

Whereas the 2000-2001 Duke University Blue Devils' men's basketball team 
        (referred to in this resolution as the ``Duke Blue Devils'') had a 
        spectacular season;
Whereas the Duke Blue Devils finished the regular season with a 26-4 record, 
        claiming a record 5 straight finishes in first place during the Atlantic 
        Coast Conference regular season;
Whereas the Duke Blue Devils won the 2001 Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament 
        Championship, winning the championship of that tournament for the third 
        year in a row;
Whereas the Duke Blue Devils are the first men's basketball team to be a number 
        1 seed in the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Men's 
        Basketball Tournament during 4 consecutive seasons since that 
        association began seeding teams in 1979;
Whereas the Duke Blue Devils amassed the most wins, 133, in a 4-year period of 
        any National Collegiate Athletic Association men's basketball team in 
        history;
Whereas Shane Battier received the 2001 Naismith Award as men's college 
        basketball Player of the Year;
Whereas Coach Mike Krzyzewski has taken the Duke Blue Devils to 7 national 
        championship games in 16 years;
Whereas Coach Krzyzewski led the Duke Blue Devils to the team's third national 
        championship;
Whereas the Duke Blue Devils are a fine example of academic and athletic 
        dedication and success;
Whereas the team's success during the 2000-2001 season was truly a team 
        accomplishment; and
Whereas the Duke Blue Devils won the 2001 National Collegiate Athletic 
        Association Men's Basketball Championship: Now, therefore, be it
    Resolved, That the Senate commends the Blue Devils of Duke 
University for winning the 2001 National Collegiate Athletic 
Association Men's Basketball Championship.
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