Duquesne


 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.

3 days ago


Northeast Conference football media day

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

2 weeks 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 weeks ago


 Duquesne head coach Jim Ferry.

Duquesne rounds out 2014 recruiting class

Mar’Qywell Jackson, a 6-foot-5 guard, has officially signed with the Dukes.

4 weeks ago


Summer basketball league is on the move

The Pittsburgh Basketball Club pro-am summer league will move from the Greentree SportsPlex to Montour High School

2 months ago


Local runners to compete in NCAAs

Six local athletes and two Pittsburgh natives are headed to the track and field national championships.

2 months ago


 Duquesne's Micah Mason

2 Duquesne basketball players arrested

Jeremiah Jones and Micah Mason were arrested early Saturday morning for their alleged involvement in an altercation on Carson Street.

2 months ago


 Golfer Amanda Reach had not one but two programs cut out from under her in a two-year span. “It’s one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do in my life,” she said.

College sports: The cruelest cuts come at smaller schools

At smaller colleges and even some big ones, program cuts are showing how difficult it can be to sustain an expansive athletic department.

2 months ago


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