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Dukes senior forward Dominique McKoy is looking to end his college career on a high note.
Chris Johnson, 22, a senior defensive back at Duquesne University, was found dead Friday of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Micah Mason scored a team-high 20 points, continuing a two-week run that has been among the best in the junior’s college career.
Differences between their performance at home and on the road defines the season so far for the Dukes.
An eight-game win streak has Duquesne women’s basketball on the verge of history
After receiving some words of wisdom from a Duquesne legend, Derrick Colter’s big game helped the Dukes upset the Atlantic 10 leaders.
The Dukes are in the third season of playing some games at Consol Energy Center, and officials from the school and arena are happy about it.
The McKeesport native and WNBA standout received the award for her accomplishments both on and off the court.
The Chuck Cooper Foundation, named for the former Duquesne star and the first black player drafted by the NBA, will award six scholarships.
A struggling Duquesne defense has been most vulnerable from 3-point range against Atlantic 10 foes.
Jordan Stevens, who is averaging nearly nine points a game, was punished before the game Wednesday against George Mason.
Jordan Robinson played well in Duquesne's most recent game, an encouraging sign for a young player with a complicated past.
This is the Dukes most impressive win of the season, a 78-62 victory against George Washington at Palumbo Center.
Jordan Stevens and TySean Powell are suspended for what a team spokesman described as "a violation of teams rules."
Even after switching defensive schemes, the Dukes are still struggling to keep opponents from scoring.
The Colonials got back to .500 thanks to a Northeast Conference win Saturday at Fairleigh Dickinson.
Duquesne braces for Davidson's offense, which is as balance and efficient as it is productive.
Twelve-year old Blackhawk school district student was noticed by Dukes coach Dan Burt at a summer basketball camp.