Senior guards combine for 53 points as Duquesne wins, 96-92, in Florida tournament.
Pepperdine rolled to an 84-70 victory against Duquesne Monday in the first round of the Gulf Coast Showcase.
Fresh off a resounding victory against Penn State, Duquesne and its revamped defense prepares for perhaps an even tougher test.
The Dukes rallied from a 14-0 hole to come back and beat the Red Flash, 30-20, Saturday at Rooney Field.
With a win vs. Saint Francis, Pa., the Dukes will claim their first outright Northeast Conference title and reach the national tournament.
Upset bid falls short, West Virginia men win a laugher; Pitt and Duquesne women pick up victories.
A record-tying shooting night from deep lifts Duquesne to a 78-52 rout of Penn State, adding more promise to a potential turnaround season.
Two lopsided wins into the season, Duquesne prepares for its most telling test yet with a Friday night matchup with Penn State.
Micah Mason poured in a career-high 28 points, made 10 of his 13 shots to set the tone for the hot-shooting Dukes victory.
The Colonials fall to 0-2 after a blowout loss on the road to the Bearcats; Duquesne and RMU women fall, too, but Penn State women win.
Coach Jim Ferry “excited” about guards Mike Lewis and Spencer Littleson and forward Isiaha Mike.
After years of struggles and program-building, the 2015-16 season could be a make-or-break one for the Dukes and coach Jim Ferry.
Duquesne’s goal of a winning season in its fourth year under coach Jim Ferry got off to a solid start in its season-opener Friday night.
Duquesne made 52.5 percent of its shots and 12 different Dukes players scored, led by center Darius Lewis and guard Micah Mason.
After a long offseason, Duquesne ready to face Division II Urbana tonight in an exhibition at A.J. Palumbo Center.
The two will play each other in Morgantown on Friday at 6 p.m.
The Rock took down Clarion in dominating fashion to advance to its third consecutive PSAC title game, where it will face West Chester.
The Dukes finished 12-19 overall last season, 6-12 in conference play.
Head coach Dan Burt is 43-24 during his time with the Dukes.
A 30-second shot clock will be the most noticeable change, but several new rules could alter the game for good.
Paul Zeise and Sam Werner's preseason players to watch.
Post-Gazette basketball writer Paul Zeise picks his men's top 10:
In a clash of two teams still jockeying for position at the top of the divisional standings, IUP was able to rebound from its first PSAC
Post-Gazette basketball writer Sam Werner picks his women’s top 10:
The Dukes were led by their defense in a 16-7 win against their local Northeast Conference rival Saturday night at Joe Walton Stadium.
Story lines abound as the Dukes visit the Colonials tonight, but most important for both teams is getting back on track in NEC play.
Former Dukes Norm Nixon and Mike James have spent time around the current team this week, and Nixon sees potential in the squad.
The Atlantic-10 conference released its preseason poll Tuesday and the Dukes were picked to finish 11th in the league.
The Dukes return their top two scorers from last season, guards Derrick Colter and Micah Mason.
The Bearcats jumped out to an early lead against No. 12 Thomas More, but couldn’t hang on to knock off the top team in the PAC.
Senior WR Chris King has at least 100 yards or a touchdown in his past three games as the Dukes have looked his way more often.
The Colonials couldn’t hold on to the ball Saturday in a home loss to Northeast Conference opponent Sacred Heart.
No. 12 Thomas More's victory against No. 13 Washington & Jefferson likely puts the Saints in the driver's seat for the PAC title.
Eight months after being diagnosed with cancer and getting hit by a car, Dukes assistant coach John Rhodes has found peace in life.
In a matchup of the first-place and last-place teams in the PSAC West preseason poll, the Golden Eagles pulled off the upset to move to 4-0.
Isiaha Mike expected to add some much needed depth in the Dukes’ frontcourt.
A fourth-quarter miscue doomed the Griffins to a 48-38 loss against West Chester after a wild game with plenty of offensive action.
Everything was going right for the Crimson Hawks until it all went wrong in a 34-33 loss to PSAC East opponent Kutztown at home.
The IUP football team starts its season a week late, and the Crimson Hawks are excited to finally take the field today vs. Kutztown.
Last season Duquesne’s men's basketball and football games often bounced around a series of stations.
District football roundup: The Dukes rolled up 571 yards offense in a 47-7 victory against Kentucky Christian
Much is expected from the Dukes — by the Dukes — as they enter 2015 with a loaded receiving corps and an experienced roster.
Duquesne’s 18-game conference schedule won’t have any games at Consol Energy Center for the first time in five years.
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.
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