The former Chartiers Valley and Duquesne star is now starting for the 76ers and has been a key to their second-half success.
Before the game, Mike James offered encouragement to the Dukes, who fall to 10-18 overall and 3-12 in the Atlantic 10.
Duquesne slips to 10-17 overall and 3-11 in Atlantic 10 play.
Jim Ferry deserves at least one more season to prove that all of the program building and recruiting he has done will indeed pay off.
Duquesne freshman Mike Lewis II stole the ball as the Minutemen inbounded, corralled the loose ball, turned and heaved it — banking it in
In the win over Massachusetts, Lewis finished with 31 points, tying a school record for the second-most points in a game by a freshman.
James played at Duquesne from 1995-98 and played more than a decade in the NBA, winning a title with the Pistons.
Julijana Vojinovic had 17 points and Amadea Szamosi recorded a double-double, 13 points, 10 rebounds, to lead the Dukes to a 70-51 win.
Jevon Carter scored 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds in a win against Kansas State.
Young Duquesne team has had a week off to regroup after drubbing by Dayton.
Since Duquesne has seven games remaining, Ferry doesn’t think it’s an appropriate time to discuss his deal, which was extended in June 2015.
Elsewhere, Penn State and Duquesne fall against Rutgers and Dayton, respectively.
The Mountaineers sign one WPIAL player on national signing day.
St. Bonaventure delivered Duquesne a 71-64 loss Wednesday night at Palumbo Center.
Those in attendance of Duquesne's matchup with St. Bonaventure will be permitted to bring one unopened bottle of water inside the Palumbo
There are plenty of local examples, both teams and players, of how a verbal pledge doesn’t mean a recruit is off the market.
The Dukes couldn’t stop T.J. Cline, who had 34 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists as Richmond rallied to a 101-90 win.
Local men’s college basketball teams are not having banner seasons, so take a trip back to glory days of the Duquesne Dukes.
Teana Muldrow scored 22 points to lead the No. 22 Lady Mountaineers past Texas Tech in a Big 12 matchup in Morgantown..
The Lady Bears extended its home winning streak to 54 games after beating the Mountaineers.
The Dukes were blasted at home by the Rams and lost their third in a row as a difficult stretch of Atlantic 10 Conference play continues.
Reality sneaked in and smacked the Duquesne men's basketball team Saturday at PPG Paints Arena, where Dayton led from start to finish.
Freshman running back A.J. Hines had plenty of surreal experiences over the weekend thanks to his tremendous first season at Duquesne.
Isiaha Mike had 24 points and 13 rebounds for the Dukes.
The team was flying out after participating in the Orange Bowl Swim Classic in Key Largo, Fla., earlier in the week.
Duquesne played the Rams evenly until VCU started to force ball against a Duquesne weakness..
Emile Blackman scored 17 points and Mike Lewis II added 15 to help the visiting Dukes edge Fordham, 75-72.
Thursday’s victory marked the seventh time in the past eight seasons that Duquesne has defeated Pitt.
The 5-foot-4 sophomore isn’t afraid to take big shots in big moments, which is why the Dukes will have a chance no matter their opponent.
Omogrosso is playing basketball at Duquesne, Cressler is playing basketball at Vanderbilt, Clancy is playing basketball at Pitt-Johnstown.
Freshman Isiaha Mike helped spark the Dukes’ win with a career-high 19 points.
Shatori Walker-Kimbrough scored 17 points for the Terrapins in her return to Pittsburgh.
The Dukes, who have won two in a row to improve to 6-6, led throughout and got a game-high 22 points from sophomore guard Tarin Smith.
Duquesne eked out a win against Central Connecticut State 70-67 on Saturday at the A.J. Palumbo Center.
The Dukes, who had just beaten Pitt for the first time since 2000 on Friday, fell to 4-6 while the Colonials improved to 3-7.
Emile Blackman scored 21 points, freshman Mike Lewis II added 15 and the Dukes snapped a 15-game losing streak to the Panthers, 64-55.
The City Game is a great event, but it won’t resemble a competitive game until Duquesne improves its program.
Pitt has dominated for decades, but that hasn’t dimmed either program’s desire to win.
The Dukes were done in by some sloppy play on offense and defensive lapses that allowed the Retrievers to shoot 52 percent on 3-pointers.
After a win Sunday featuring positives and negatives, Dukes coach Jim Ferry knows growing pains are inevitable for an inexperienced team.
Sitting in a desk at the Post-Gazette, six miles from my mom’s house in Greenfield, isn’t just a privilege. It’s a surprise.
Mike Lewis II scored 20 points, Darius Lewis and Josh Steel each added 13 and the Dukes ended their three-game losing streak.
Dillon Buechel and Christian Kuntz have been the face of Dukes football but exit with their fellow standout seniors on a bittersweet note.
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