This year, the Dukes have seven foreign players on their roster (six from Europe, one from Canada).
The Dukes held off a Rams squad that refused to go away for a 61-56 victory, their third single-digit victory in the last four games.
The Dukes were close to closing an impressive road win against a Top 25 opponent, but then the Flyers stormed back for a win.
Duquesne coach Jim Ferry’s experience with a career-ending injury helps him guide senior guard Jeremiah Jones through the same predicament.
Deva’Nyar Workman recorded a double-double to lead the Dukes to their 21st win of the season.
The Dukes gave up 21 offensive rebounds to the Wildcats, who converted those second chances into 21 points.
Rangy freshman guard Mar’Qywell Jackson has carved out a niche in Duquesne’s rotation the past several games.
The Redhawks have won the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference five years running and look primed to make it six in a row.
Freshman guard Chassidy Omogrosso wastes little time fitting in with women’s basketball team.
Mountaineers signees include four-star Kyzir White and two former WPIAL players; Duquesne and Robert Morris haul in some local standouts.
Duquesne senior guard averaged 25 points in wins against La Salle and Saint Louis.
Stasha Carey’s late layup lifts Panthers past Clemson; the Dukes extend their road winning streak by beating VCU.
Micah Mason and Derrick Colter scored 23 point apiece to win at Saint Louis Saturday night
Here are stories of non-players involved in Duquesne’s turnpike saga, from emergency workers who helped them to the Iowa teenagers they met.
The Colonials are back in the loss column after a blowout defeat at Mount St. Mary’s.
Duquesne University got a game-high 27 points from Derrick Colter to roll past La Salle, 87-60, Tuesday night at the Palumbo Center.
After its now-famous 30-hour bus ride, Duquesne seeks a return to normalcy before it faces La Salle tonight at Palumbo Cebter.
The Mountaineers leaned on their deep bench to pull out a road victory Saturday in Big 12 Conference play.
The team -- their bus stuck on the turnpike between Somerset and Bedford since 9:15 p.m. Friday -- was back home 30 long hours later.
Duquesne storms by George Mason in an Atlantic 10 Conference game rescheduled because of winter storm Jonas.
Duquesne’s men’s basketball game at George Mason has been rescheduled from Saturday afternoon to Friday at 2 p.m.
A schematic overhaul and a beefed-up interior presence has helped the Dukes defense improve drastically this season.
The Dukes come out flat in second half in a 70-52 loss against George Washington at Palumbo Center.
The Dukes had trouble finding consistent offense against George Washington, with their lowest scouring output of the season.
Hard-working coach’s son Robby Carmody is only a sophomore, but has offers from Pitt, Penn State and Duquesne, plus other coaches calling.
Duquesne used a late second half run and steady performances from both of its senior guards to defeat St. Bonaventure, 95-88, Saturday
As star guards Derrick Colter and Micah Mason continue to log significant minutes, Duquesne’s search for a reliable third guard continues.
Derrick Colter had a team-high 17 points as Duquesne cruised past Saint Louis, 81-71, at the Palumbo Center.
Once a reason for hope, Duquesne’s offense has stagnated in the past five games, a stretch in which it has gone 1-4.
The Panthers couldn’t finish off a thrilling ACC game, but the Duquesne women improved to 15-1 with a win against Fordham.
The Dukes went on the road in Atlantic 10 play and lost their fourth game in a row.
Amanda Kalin, a 5-foot-7 junior guard at Pine-Richland High School, made a verbal commitment to Duquesne Thursday.
Colonials secure their first Northeast Conference victory of the season against host LIU Brooklyn.
The Dukes were only down by two against the Wildcats entering halftime, but couldn’t keep up the rest of the way.
Duquesne guard Derrick Colter has struggled with his shot while adjusting to life without fellow seniors Jeremiah Jones and Micah Mason.
Point guard April Robinson recorded the third triple-double in school history to lead the Dukes to their 12th win in a row.
The Dukes were playing without Micah Mason, their second-leading scorer who suffered a sprained ankle in a Dec. 29 loss at Georgia Tech.
After a successful non-conference slate, Duquesne prepares for Dayton and the toughest schedule statistically in the Atlantic 10.
Former Highlands star Micah Mason is one of the Dukes’ senior leaders, but could miss their game Saturday at home against Dayton.
April Robinson leads the Dukes to an impressive victory in the women’s City Game after Panthers receive NCAA tournament rings in pregame.
Dukes look to continue their promising start and recent run of success against rival Pitt today in the Women’s City Game.
Duquesne is receiving $85,000 to play today at Georgia Tech, but it hopes to secure home games against big-name opponents in the future.
Dukes senior has a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee and the chances of him receiving a medical redshirt is minimal.
For the second game in a week, this time against Robert Morris, the Dukes showed they don’t need to make a slew of 3-pointers to win.
The Dukes won their 10th game in a row Saturday, beating No. 25 St. John’s.
The win snapped the Dukes’ five-game losing streak to the Colonials.
The RMU men’s basketball team faces off against Duquesne at 2 p.m., today in the Palumbo Center.
The Dukes women are 10-1 entering a home game against the Red Storm.
Micah Mason scored a game-high 20 points, as Duquesne pushed away late for an 83-68 victory.
Pigeonholed as a spot-up shooter by some, Duquesne guard Micah Mason has developed an effective and well-rounded offensive game.
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