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Saint Francis (Pa.) snaps 11-game losing streak to Dukes, and wins in Pittsburgh for first time since 1966.
Youthful Dukes try to snap out of recent funk tonight against visiting Saint Francis (Pa.).
The Dukes continue to sit atop the Pittsburgh women's basketball pecking order after a victory at Robert Morris.
Duquesne coach Jim Ferry wasn't mad after Robert Morris beat the Dukes' for the fifth time in a row. A little miffed and mystified, maybe.
Colonials guard Rodney Pryor, the Colonials’ leading scorer, scored 25 points to lead Robert Morris to victory.
Dukes coach Jim Ferry continues to plug leaks; the Colonials' Andy Toole is searching for consistency.
Geno Thorpe led the way for Chambers’ Lions, scoring a career-high 19 points during Penn State’s 64-62 win against Duquesne.
Duquesne coach Jim Ferry said the inexperience showed Friday night when Pitt cruised to a victory at Consol Energy Center, but has had a
Dukes junior point guard April Robinson led the way with 19 points and a career-high 11 assists.
Duquesne coach Jim Ferry was livid over his team's inside play as Pitt muscled its way to another big victory in the City Game.
Coaches and players on Duquesne’s basketball team have changed over the years but this fact has not: Duquesne still can’t beat Pitt.
In order to break their run of futility against their crosstown rivals, the Dukes will likely have to hang with the Panthers on the boards.
Duquesne led start to finish, scoring 16 points off 19 turnovers, to down Howard (4-4), 81-63, at Palumbo Center.
The Dukes are thankful for a quick turnaround. Duquesne (2-1) plays host to Howard (4-3) tonight with its eyes on a rebound opportunity.
Dukes are upset Saturday by NJIT at Palumbo Center, 84-81.
New Jersey Institute of Technology might be a small school, but it is always tough to play.
Former Chartiers Valley standout T.J. McConnell close to reaching all his goals as the point guard for No. 3 Arizona.
Michael LoPresti passed for two touchdowns as Duquesne completed a 6-6 season.
The Dukes will face Abilene Christian tonight and will be trying for their first 2-0 start since 2009-10 season.