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A-10 reveals 2017-18 basketball conference matchups

Chris Harlan
| Wednesday, June 7, 2017, 3:06 p.m.
Duquesne's Isiaha Mike chases a loose ball with St. Louis' Austin Gillman in the first round of A-10 Men’s basketball tournament at PPG Paint Arena, Wednesday, March 8, 2017.
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Duquesne's Isiaha Mike chases a loose ball with St. Louis' Austin Gillman in the first round of A-10 Men’s basketball tournament at PPG Paint Arena, Wednesday, March 8, 2017.
Duquesne's Nakye Sanders shoots against St. Louis' Jalen Johnson in the first round of A-10 Men’s basketball tournament at PPG Paint Arena, Wednesday, March 8, 2017.
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Duquesne's Nakye Sanders shoots against St. Louis' Jalen Johnson in the first round of A-10 Men’s basketball tournament at PPG Paint Arena, Wednesday, March 8, 2017.

The Duquesne men's basketball team will play Atlantic 10 opponents Dayton, Fordham, George Washington, St. Bonaventure and Saint Louis at home and away next season, the conference announced Wednesday.

With a 14-team conference, A-10 teams face each school once and five teams twice. The Dukes and first-year coach Keith Dambrot will face Davidson, George Mason, La Salle and Richmond once at home. Their road-only opponents are Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Saint Joseph's and VCU.

Dates and times will be announced later.

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