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Duquesne gets better of Robert Morris again

By Bill West
Duquesne fullback Randy Morris wiped bittersweet tears from his eyes as he hugged teammates on Saturday at Arthur J. Rooney Field. A 22-0 win over Robert ...

Duquesne women come up just short against No. 23 Syracuse
By Karen Price
The Duquesne women attacked early but came up short against No. 23 Syracuse and 6-foot-4 center Briana Day in a 90-84 loss Wednesday at the Palumbo Center. It was a better effort than Sunday’s opening loss to Princeton, and the Dukes were competitive and kept the game close against a ranked ...
Campus clippings: Dukes’ Mason makes easy transition
By Bill Beckner Jr.
Duquesne sophomore Micah Mason (Highlands) made a smooth transition from shooting guard to point guard, scoring 16 points in the Dukes’ season-opening 91-51 win ...
Princeton runs over Duquesne women in opener
By Karen Price
Duquesne women’s coach Dan Burt knew his team was in for a tough start to the season, and a 79-62 loss to Princeton in the opener Sunday proved him right. Princeton led 36-26 at the half, and the Dukes did nothing to close the gap to begin the second. With ...
Colter comes through for Duquesne in season-opening win
By Chris Harlan
Derrick Colter walking onto the court cancer-free Saturday marked Duquesne’s first victory this season, Dukes coach Jim Ferry said. Then Colter set career highs with 26 ...
2 Duquesne players ‘learned’ from arrest
By Chris Harlan
Duquesne juniors Micah Mason and Jeremiah Jones say they made “a silly mistake” on a summer night in the South Side that taught them a ...
Gill scores 23 to lead Dukes past D-II Shippensburg in exhibition
By Tribune-Review
Sophomore forward L.G. Gill scored a game-high 23 points and started a pivotal second-half run as Duquesne held off Division II Shippensburg, 72-69, in an exhibition game Friday at Palumbo Center. With the Dukes trailing 53-51 with 10:30 to play, Gill hit a 3-pointer to begin a 17-1 ...
Duquesne women looking to surprise in Atlantic 10
By Karen Price
Duquesne women’s basketball coach Dan Burt thinks it’s fair his team was picked seventh in the Atlantic 10 preseason coaches’ poll. It may even ...
Duquesne men’s basketball preview: Minus Soko, Dukes seek balance
By Chris Harlan
With Ovie Soko back in Europe, Duquesne’s offense will certainly look and sound much different this season than last. At times last winter, Soko was ...
Pitt, Duquesne, RMU harbor hopes of securing bid to NCAA volleyball tournament
By Jeff Vella
It could be December Madness for the city’s three Division I women’s volleyball teams. Pitt, Duquesne and Robert Morris are among the top teams in their ...
South Fayette’s Brumbaugh commits to Duquesne
By Bill West
The WPIAL’s all-time passing yardage leader will stay in the region where his name and record resonates the most after he graduates from South Fayette ...
Duquesne junior Colter ready to play after cancer battle
By Chris Harlan
Over the course of Duquesne’s basketball season, Derrick Colter will visit his doctor at least once. The junior has a checkup every few months to see if his non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma remains in remission. “My last was two months ago,” Colter said. “They said it was all gone. ... Now ...
Duquesne picked 11th in A-10 preseason poll
By Denis Gorman
NEW YORK — The Atlantic 10 is no longer a nice, little mid-major. Rather, it has fought its way into the rarefied air usually reserved for ...
Soccer’s allure lures former Duquesne basketball player Pantophlet
By Chuck Curti
As a 6-foot-7 forward for Duquesne, Kadeem Pantophlet always has looked to put the ball in the net. It’s just that the size of the ...
Duquesne bounces back with win against Dayton
By Bill West
Duquesne cornerback Malik Shegog pulled well ahead of any potential Dayton tacklers on his way to the end zone for a 75-yard interception return in ...
Western Pa. flavor helps Youngstown State beat Duquesne
By Bill West
Particularly during his first couple of years at Youngstown State, senior wide receiver Christian Byran listened to teammates from Pennsylvania and Ohio banter about which ...