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Dukes senior forward Dominique McKoy is looking to end his college career on a high note.
Chris Johnson, 22, a senior defensive back at Duquesne University, was found dead Friday of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Micah Mason scored a team-high 20 points, continuing a two-week run that has been among the best in the junior’s college career.
Differences between their performance at home and on the road defines the season so far for the Dukes.
An eight-game win streak has Duquesne women’s basketball on the verge of history
After receiving some words of wisdom from a Duquesne legend, Derrick Colter’s big game helped the Dukes upset the Atlantic 10 leaders.
The Dukes are in the third season of playing some games at Consol Energy Center, and officials from the school and arena are happy about it.
The McKeesport native and WNBA standout received the award for her accomplishments both on and off the court.
The Chuck Cooper Foundation, named for the former Duquesne star and the first black player drafted by the NBA, will award six scholarships.
A struggling Duquesne defense has been most vulnerable from 3-point range against Atlantic 10 foes.
Jordan Stevens, who is averaging nearly nine points a game, was punished before the game Wednesday against George Mason.
Jordan Robinson played well in Duquesne's most recent game, an encouraging sign for a young player with a complicated past.
This is the Dukes most impressive win of the season, a 78-62 victory against George Washington at Palumbo Center.
Jordan Stevens and TySean Powell are suspended for what a team spokesman described as "a violation of teams rules."
Even after switching defensive schemes, the Dukes are still struggling to keep opponents from scoring.
The Colonials got back to .500 thanks to a Northeast Conference win Saturday at Fairleigh Dickinson.
Duquesne braces for Davidson's offense, which is as balance and efficient as it is productive.
Twelve-year old Blackhawk school district student was noticed by Dukes coach Dan Burt at a summer basketball camp.
Duquesne has a week off before heading to meet Atlantic 10 newcomer Davidson in Davidson, N.C., next Saturday.
George Mason’s Shevon Thompson poses a tall challenge for Dukes and Dominique McKoy tonight.
Duquesne loses sixth game in a row, this time 86-55 on the road against Richmond.
The Duquesne men’s basketball team, which struggles on the road, faces a big challenge tonight at Richmond, led by guard Kendall Anthony.
Brianna Kiesel had 29 points and eight assists to lift Pitt past Boston College, 78-70, Saturday at Petersen Events Center.
Jevon Carter sank two free throws in overtime to lift No. 18 West Virginia to an 86-85 Big 12 Conference victory against TCU.
The Dukes have little time to dwell on overtime loss to St. Bonaventure with 15-4 George Washington waiting in the wings.
St. Bonaventure guard Jaylen Adams hit the game-winner, a 12-foot jumper, with 20.6 seconds left in overtime to sink the Dukes.
An offseason diet plan has helped 6-11 center Darius Lewis grab more playing time with the Dukes.
A couple of big performances lifted the Panthers to another ACC win, this time a thriller at Georgia Tech.
The 17th-ranked Rams escaped with their 10th victory in a row, a 70-64 defeat of Duquesne at Consol Energy Center.
Dukes work hard to improve free-throw shooting after debacle Wednesday night against Saint Louis.
The No. 20 Seminoles steamrolled to a victory at home Wednesday night against the Panthers.
Graduation decimated the defending conference champions, which could be a blessing for the Dukes tonight against Saint Louis.
Despite a bevy of young talent, coach Jim Ferry is turning to his veterans early in Atlantic 10 play.
The win prevented the Dukes (6-8, 1-2 Atlantic 10) from reaching their best three-game start in conference play since the 2010-11 season.
Matchup: Duquesne (6-7, 1-1 Atlantic 10) vs. Rhode Island (10-3, 2-0), 1 p.m. today, Palumbo Center.
The Hawks were swarmed by a Duquesne scoring surge that spanned the final six minutes of the first half and the first six of the second.
The Dukes enter the home portion of their Atlantic 10 schedule tonight against the Hawks at Palumbo Center.
The Dukes began Atlantic 10 play with a loss, Penn State fell at Rutgers and West Virginia won its Big 12 opener in men’s action.
The Dukes starting lineup still is in flux.
Duquesne’s balanced offensive attack withheld the Broncs’ second-half advances.
The Hawks exploit Dukes inexperience for a 78-69 non-conference victory.
The Dukes beat Massachusetts Lowell 79-63, at Palumbo Center today.
Rebounding is one of the biggest setbacks lately for Duquesne.
The Panthers took down Ball State Thursday at home to improve to 7-3 on the season.
Saint Francis (Pa.) snaps 11-game losing streak to Dukes, and wins in Pittsburgh for first time since 1966.
Youthful Dukes try to snap out of recent funk tonight against visiting Saint Francis (Pa.).
The Dukes continue to sit atop the Pittsburgh women's basketball pecking order after a victory at Robert Morris.
Duquesne coach Jim Ferry wasn't mad after Robert Morris beat the Dukes' for the fifth time in a row. A little miffed and mystified, maybe.
Colonials guard Rodney Pryor, the Colonials’ leading scorer, scored 25 points to lead Robert Morris to victory.
Dukes coach Jim Ferry continues to plug leaks; the Colonials' Andy Toole is searching for consistency.