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District football roundup: California holds on to knock off IUP

The Vulcans took down the rival Crimson Hawks Saturday in a pivotal PSAC West clash.

4 days ago


 Duquesne basketball head coach Jim Ferry during a 2013 press conference.

Preseason poll pegs Duquesne men to finish 11th

Never mind the Dukes were picked 11th out of 14 teams in the Atlantic 10’s preseason poll; coach Jim Ferry is ready to strengthen his team.

1 week ago


District football roundup: Duquesne holds on for win

The Dukes won their fourth game in a row by beating Central Connecticut State in their Northeast Conference opener.

1 week ago


Optimism is a big word around Duquesne basketball

Young men’s and women’s teams are eager to get their season underway while trying to replace their leading scorers.

2 weeks ago


Duquesne fills out 2015 recruiting class

Nakye Sanders, a 6-foot-7, 220-pound forward from Tottenville (N.Y.) High School, verbally committed on Monday.

2 weeks ago


Duquesne picks up commitment from Staten Island's Nakye Sanders

The 6-foot-7, 220-pound forward from Tottenville High School visited the Bluff last weekend.

2 weeks ago


District college football preview: Unbeatens battle in PSAC West

Slippery Rock and Gannon enter the game today at 6 p.m. undefeated and largely untested, putting them alone atop the PSAC West.

2 weeks ago


 Kadeem Pantophlet formerly with the Duquesne University basketball team, is now one of the university's top soccer players.

Dukes soccer star lands on his feet

When Kadeem Pantophlet’s basketball career at Duquesne was over, he needed change. Rather than transfer schools, he switched sports.

3 weeks ago


District college football: California has tough test afoot

After a 33-24 win last week against Virginia State, California faces an early measuring stick in Bloomsburg,2013 PSAC champion.

1 month ago


 “I didn’t understand at first, and then you hear that word — cancer … It was like everything just stopped.” — Duquesne's Derrick Colter

Duquesne guard Colter's cancer in remission

Duquesne basketball guard Derrick Colter stayed upbeat during radiation treatment, and his cancer (non-Hodgkins lymphoma) is in remission.

1 month ago


District preview: Duquesne confident despite 0-1 start

Duquesne faces another major test Saturday when the Dukes visit Youngstown State.

1 month ago


 Consol Energy Center will host the 2017 Atlantic 10 men's basketball tournament.

Consol to host Atlantic 10 men's basketball tournament in 2017

Duquesne University athletic director Greg Amodio says it’s another boost to college basketball’s visibility in Pittsburgh.

1 month ago


2014 Football preview: Duquesne & Robert Morris

A capsule look at the Dukes’ and Colonels’ 2014 seasons.

1 month ago


 Jamie Dixon, Pitt men's basketball head coach.

Pitt, Duquesne release conference schedules

For second year in row, the Panthers open the ACC at North Carolina State; The Dukes draw Dayton in tough A-10 opener.

1 month ago


New era: Inaugural College Football Playoff ushers in much excitement for fans

While the playoff answers fans' longtime complaints, some of its details and longer-reaching implications are still to be determined.

2 months ago


 Duquesne basketball coach John Cinicola with his players on March 2, 1978.

Obituary: John L. Cinicola Jr. / Natural-born coach and motivator, led Duquesne basketball to NCAA tournament

The East Liberty native, who never played for a team, was a fiery competitor who loved teaching athletes of all ages.

2 months ago


Northeast Conference football media day

Duquesne and Robert Morris were picked to finish second and third, respectively, in the NEC coaches‘‍ poll

2 months ago


Duquesne announces women's non-conference schedule

The Dukes set their non-conference women‘‍s basketball schedule, which includes four games in a row against local rivals.

2 months ago


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