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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.