Loyalty has been the name of the game for Carnegie Mellon’s Rich Lackner; Duquesne’s A.J. Hines tearing up FCS; prolific PSAC West passers.
The Dukes were one of the conference’s best teams a season ago and are expected to have success again in 2016-17.
Coach Jerry Schmitt looks for his 101st career win; Cal U keeps winning as faculty strikes; Carnegie Mellon coach Rich Lackner nears 200.
Dayton, Rhode Island and VCU are predicted to be the top three teams in the conference according to the preseason media poll.
Lights come on late for Dukes to down rival Colonials, Cal keeps rolling, IUP rolls Slippery Rock and plenty of action in the PAC.
It seems the Dukes and Colonials are headed in opposite directions, but both teams should be amped up for their yearly cross-county matchup.
The Dukes nabbed their second forward commitment in about 13 hours on Tuesday morning with the addition of Virginia standout Lewis Djonkam.
Coach Jim Ferry and the Dukes picked up a commitment Mondaynight from 6-foot-9 Texas standout John Walker.
The Dukes have five scholarship players 6 feet 8 or taller, the most at Ferry’s disposal since he took over in 2012.
The top two teams in the PSAC do battle in the “Coal Bowl”; Duquesne’s historic offensive day; Washington & Jefferson runs into challenge.
Michael Keir threw for 280 yards and four touchdowns as the Vulcans beat The Rock, 52-26, at home
Abbie Trzeciak is on an all-tournament tear, leading the Dukes on an Atlantic 10 tear.
Quarterback injuries have hit the Colonials again; Duquesne goes on the road; No. 9 Slippery Rock heads to California for big PSAC clash.
Crimson Hawks win on opening weekend of PSAC West play; Duquesne falls at home to Kennesaw State; Robert Morris beats Malone for first win.
Redshirt junior Carter Henderson has gone from Penn State ‘run-on’ to Dukes standout, and it hasn’t surprised either of his coaches.
Darius Banks, a 6-foot-5 wing, joins Jamari Wheeler in Duquesne’s 2017 recruiting class after picking the Dukes over some impressive offers.
The Dukes moved to 2-1; IUP, Slippery Rock and California all roll in the PSAC; Washington & Jefferson loses battle of ranked unbeatens.
Duquesne had a good recruiting weekend, getting a pledge from 6-foot-1, 160-pound Jamari Wheeler.
Offensive issues persist as weather spikes Colonials; Duquesne wins home opener; IUP, Cal and W&J put up huge stats in wins.
Athletic director Dave Harper likes what he has seen from football coach Jerry Schmitt, who will helm the Dukes for years to come.
The Dukes made a familiar addition to their bench Tuesday with the announcement that Jeremiah Jones will remain with the program.
Kellon Taylor’s college football career begins Thursday night when the Dukes visit Youngstown State, but a shot at basketball also awaits.
The Colonials will also play host to Buffalo at Consol on Dec. 21.
The Dukes have one fewer shooter on the perimeter, with Mar’Qywell Jackson transferred to a community college in Missouri.
With the A-10 men’s basketball tournament coming next year Pittsburgh will again play a key — but different — role in March Madness.
The Dukes had their share of bright spots this summer, including a couple of shifty guards, a promising freshman and senior newcomers.
Dukes coach Dan Burt is taking his youthful but diverse team on the road this week — way out on the road.
Duquesne women’s basketball coach Dan Burt has built a program worth admiring.
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