The conference, which includes Duquesne, will have 14 teams again in the 2014-15 season.
Davidson College of North Carolina will make the A-10 a 14-team conference in 2014-15.
The Dukes have added two more recruits to the class of 2013-14 which brings the total number of incoming players for next season to seven.
Search for a new women's basketball coach started and ended with Dan Burt, an assistant under Suzie McConnell-Serio for the past six years.
Former Duquesne assistant Dan Burt has been named the Dukes' new women's basketball coach.
Burt will take over for Suzie McConnell-Serio, who left to take the Pitt head coaching job earlier this month.
Duquesne coach Jim Ferry announced the signing of three more players to national letters of intent as well as the addition of a transfer.
Coach Jim Ferry announced the signing of three players to National Letters of Intent Wednesday as well as the addition of a four-year transf
Five Duquesne men's basketball players are leaving the program with four hoping to transfer to schools where they can play more.
Five players have left the Duquesne men's basketball program -- four of them will transfer while a fifth will play another sport.
Duquesne basketball coach Jim Ferry denies he has talked to Hofstra about a job.
Dukes basketball coach Jim Ferry refutes social media reports that he has interviewed for vacant Hofstra post.
Dukes coach Jim Ferry added two backcourt players to the 2013 recruiting class Friday, including a high-scoring junior college transfer.
The two players are expected to sign their letters of intent with the Dukes on April 17
Former Highlands High School basketball star Micah Mason will transfer to Duquesne.
Former Highlands star guard Micah Mason will transfer to Duquesne after this season.
Stein's career high sparks big 2nd half for Bowling Green in 61-54 win against the Dukes.
It wasn't the NCAA tournament bid that Duquesne had dreamed of, but the Dukes took advantage of the opportunity in front of them.
Duquesne advanced to the second round of the Women's National Invitation Tournament with a 71-66 win against Akron tonight.
Coach aiming for steady growth in Duquesne program.
Dukes receive bid to WNIT, will play host to Akron Thursday in the first round.
They came heartbreakingly close, but, once again, the Duquesne women's basketball team will not be going dancing.
Duquesne women still hoping for an unlikely NCAA tournament bid.
Timothy Austin's appointment, effective July 15, was announced by the 10,000-student university.
After losing to Saint Joseph's for the second time, the Dukes must wait to see if their resume is good enough for the NCAA tournament.
In their final game of a disappointing season, the Dukes were routed by Atlantic 10 foe Richmond, 79-55.
As the Dukes brace for their final game of 2012-13, freshman point guard Derrick Colter has been a bright spot for the team.
The Dukes get a second shot at upending Saint Joseph's thanks to their win in the first round of the A-10 tournament.
Duquesne opens play in the Atlantic 10 tournament today, which will go a long way in determining its NCAA tournament hopes.
The Dukes basketball program deals with the uncertainy of the Atlantic 10 as the winds of conference change continue to swirl.
It was senior night at Duquesne, and for a long time it looked as if it would end well for the Dukes, until overtime.
This has been a tough season for the Dukes in many ways and they have seemingly mastered the art of losing games in spectacular ways.
Dukes seniors Sean Johnson and Andre Marhold hope to leave Palumbo Center on a high note despite the team's struggles this season.
The Dukes suffocated the Bulldogs, 59-43, to garner some momentum heading into the Atlantic 10 postseason.
The Dukes were outscored by 25 in the first half en route to a blowout loss to the Explorers.
Dukes senior Sean Johnson harbors no ill will toward the coaching staff for a disappointing final season, but aims to finish strong.
Dukes coach Jim Ferry received positive news on the recruiting front receiving a verbal commitment from Canadian standout Jordan Robinson.
Seniors Vanessa Abel, Ahjah Hall, Jocelyn Floyd and Carly Vendemia became the winningest class in Duquesne women's basketball history.
The Duquesne women snapped a two-game losing streak with a surprisingly difficult victory at last-place Massachusetts.
On paper, the Dukes have little to play for, but first-year head coach Jim Ferry hopes his team can build momentum for next season.
Duquesne comes up short in 78-71 home loss to St. Bonaventure.
Much like the first time these two teams played Feb. 2, the Bonnies made big plays down the stretch and the Dukes did not.
Dukes lost the first time around, Feb. 2 in Olean, N.Y., 68-60.
Overmatched Duquesne didn't stand much of a chance Tuesday night, falling to Butler, 68-49, on the road.
Dayton remained perfect in Atlantic 10 Conference play with a thrilling 58-57 victory against visiting Duquesne.
Duquesne plays at Butler tonight at historic Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
Duquesne failed to build off the momentum of its first conference victory, falling to the Rams, 67-62.
The Dukes certainly played this game with passion and fire and frankly looked a lot like a team that was on a mission.
Forward Andre Marhold is back in his coach's good graces after a stellar performances in the past two games.
Freshman point guard Derrick Colter made two clutch free throws to beat Temple and snap an 11-game losing streak for Duquesne.
Duquesne has plenty of losing streaks to try to end, but the biggest one might be a nine-game skid against the Owls in Philadephia.
Scouting report: Duquesne at Temple
Missed free throws costly for Duquesne as it drops a key Atlantic 10 conference game at home to Saint Joseph's.