Coach Jim Ferry has a spot to fill on his staff with the departure of associated head coach Brian Nash.
Dukes coach Jim Ferry announced Tuesday the two commitments received earlier this month from Kale Abrahamson and Emile Blackman.
Kale Abrahamson, who played his first two years at Northwestern, will finish his college career next season at Duquesne.
The leading scorer this past season at Niagara, 6-foot-4 guard Emile Blackman should give the Dukes immediate production next year.
Football receiver, basketball guard from DeMatha Catholic High School in Maryland said he plans on playing both sports with the Dukes.
Gill has a year of eligibility but will use it elsewhere. His departure means the Dukes enter next season without their top three scorers.
He will become the only person to be inducted into both the professional basketball and baseball halls of fame.
In 2014, Duquesne guard Derrick Colter survived a fight with cancer. The next year, he helped Dukes assistant coach John Rhodes do the same.
Duquesne’s 2015-16 season came with signs of progress, but a late collapse left the lingering sting of what could have been.
Micah Mason scores 24 points and Derrick Colter adds 16, but the Dukes couldn’t build on a first-round win, ending their season.
The loss caps a record-setting season for Duquesne, a campaign that included the first NCAA tournament appearance and victory.
The Dukes are next in line to attempt to snap the Huskies’ 70-game winning streak.
The Dukes will face overall No. 1 seed powerhouse Connecticut on Monday.
Duquesne is done celebrating and ready to make its first trip to the NCAA tournament last a bit longer.
Duquesne took advantage of the opportunity to start anew in a postseason tournament with a victory Wednesday night against Nebraska Omaha.
An official from the tournament’s operator said the fee schools pay goes toward funding its operation, from travel to game officials.
The Dukes will be a 9 seed and face 8th-seeded Seton Hall in the first round Saturday in Storrs, Conn.
The team is poised to grab its first-ever NCAA tournament bid tonight with a watch party at PNC Park.
Duquesne will host the University of Nebraska Omaha at the Palumbo Center Wednesday.
In four seasons at the university, he has amassed a 49-74 record, a .398 winning percentage.
Another early exit as LaSalle’s star Jordan Price torches the Dukes for 36 points.
Demanding load thrust on guards Derrick Colter and Micah Mason could be problematic for Duquesne in the Atlantic 10 Conference tournament.
The senior guard, a Highlands graduate, averaged 18.1 points this season and own’s the best career 3-point percentage in conference history.
Duquesne is still projected to make the NCAA tournament despite losing in the Atlantic 10 Conference tournament championship.
The Dukes came up painfully short of winning the team’s first league championship in school history.
Micah Mason and Derrick Colter place themselves in Duquesne basketball history while helping to lead an upset win.
Duquesne outlasted Saint Louis, 56-52, in the semifinals to punch its ticket to the conference title game against George Washington.
Prodded by his father and guided by a rigorous routine, Duquesne’s Micah Mason became one of the top 3-point shooters in NCAA history.
The Duquesne women withstood a second-half run from upset-minded Fordham to punch their ticket to the Atlantic 10 semifinals.
Heartbreak of not making the NCAA tournament a year ago keeps Dukes motivated.
A season that once held so much promise for Duquesne unraveled, as offensive rebounds and a late offensive surge lifted Fordham victory.
The Dukes’ men’s basketball attendance at Palumbo Center has dwindled in recent seasons, but it’s Dave Harper’s goal to change that.
The guard averages 15.3 points and 6.6 assists per game for a 25-win team striving to makes it first-ever appearance in the NCAA tournament.
The 6-foot-8 Powell was averaging 6.3 points and 4.9 rebounds per game this season.
No. 10 Louisville dominated Pitt, which shot a horrendous 19 percent from the field.
A porous defense early and an anemic offense late prevented Duquesne from establishing any kind of control in an 83-67 loss to Richmond.
St. Bonaventure’s free-throw shooting in the final moments helped it hold off the Dukes.
Kadri-Ann Lass led the Dukes with 18 points while April Robinson and Amadea Szamosi also finished in double figures.
St. Bonaventure’s success under coach Mark Schmidt is a source of hope for a Duquesne program with a similar history and coach.
The Dukes held off Dayton for their 12th Atlantic-10 conference win this season, tying a program record.
Heading into its final five regular-season games, a slumping Duquesne team can find hope in last season’s late run.
As Mountaineers coach put it, the Sooners had Buddy Hield, and West Virginia didn’t Saturday at WVU Coliseum.
After losing sizable leads late in back-to-back losses, Duquesne is left searching for answers as it tries to right its season.
Dukes squander control late in a 108-99 loss to Massachusetts that begins to quickly cast some doubt on their once-promising season.
This year, the Dukes have seven foreign players on their roster (six from Europe, one from Canada).
The Dukes held off a Rams squad that refused to go away for a 61-56 victory, their third single-digit victory in the last four games.
The Dukes were close to closing an impressive road win against a Top 25 opponent, but then the Flyers stormed back for a win.
Duquesne coach Jim Ferry’s experience with a career-ending injury helps him guide senior guard Jeremiah Jones through the same predicament.
Deva’Nyar Workman recorded a double-double to lead the Dukes to their 21st win of the season.
The Dukes gave up 21 offensive rebounds to the Wildcats, who converted those second chances into 21 points.