None of the Duke's conference matchups this season will be held at Consol Energy Center.
The Slippery Rock-Gannon showdown Oct. 3 could determine the PSAC West winner; Washington & Jefferson again the team to beat in the PAC.
Dukes name former Dayton vice president for advancement Dave Harper to replace the departed Greg Amodio, who went to Quinnipiac.
For the first time, college athletes on full scholarship have access to a cost of attendance stipend to help with daily living expenses.
Registration expected to reach at least 40,000 for Pittsburgh Marathon; Duquesne to announce new athletic director today.
Despite subpar competition, Duquesne coach Jim Ferry thinks his team improved on four-game trip to Ireland.
The Dukes men’s basketball team begins a three-game foreign tour in Ireland with a singular focus on improving a porous defense.
A women’s bowling team will begin competition in 2016-17 and will be the 17th sport offered at the university.
The Washington, Pa., native, has led the Dukes to a a 43-24 record in his two seasons at the helm.
The addition of women's bowling comes five years after the school cut four men's varsity sports, including baseball.
Ferry completed his third season with the Dukes in March and has accumulated a 33-58 record in his time at the school.
The annual City Game against Pitt is set for Dec. 4 at Consol Energy Center.
Panthers coach Jamie Dixon cited the number of players recovering from injuries and changes in NCAA rules for the decision to not play.
South Fayette police Officer Joseph Staniszewski confirmed that Brett Brumbaugh, 18, had been arrested early today.
The guard is still playing, having just completed his 16th pro season at the age of 40.
The group of nine tasked with finding Greg Amodio’s replacement is led by John Plante, the university's vice president for advancement.
The Duquesne men’s basketball team will take part in a three-game, nine-day trip to Ireland to help prepare it for the 2015-16 season.
The Dukes -- who will play games in Dublin, Cork and Galway -- will leave for Ireland on Aug. 4 and return to Pittsburgh on Aug. 12.
Duquesne athletic director Greg Amodio has accepted the same position at Quinnipiac, leaving behind a mixed legacy.
Duquesne named Phillip Racicot, who was the associate athletics director for administration, as interim director of athletics.
Duquesne University athletic director Greg Amodio has left the school to accept the same position at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Conn.
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