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Roundup: Dayton edges Duquesne

| Monday, Jan. 31, 2005

Dayton 55, Duquesne 54 -- Dayton (10-10, 4-5) overcame a 23-point halftime deficit to down visiting Duquesne (7-12, 2-6) in an Atlantic 10 Conference game. Terri Ramsey led three Dayton scorers in double figures with 14 points. Cara Wright also chipped in with 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Flyers. Aiga Bautre led all scorers with 24 points for Duquesne.

Carnegie Mellon at Case Western Reserve, ppd. -- This game was postponed to Feb. 23, as Carnegie Mellon was grounded in Atlanta because of an ice storm on Friday. It will be made up as part of a double-header, with the men's game at 6 p.m. and the women at 8 p.m.

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Carnegie Mellon at Case Western Reserve, ppd. -- This game was postponed to Feb. 23 due to an ice storm that grounded Carnegie Mellon in Atlanta on Friday after its 3-point loss at Emory. It will be made up as part of a double-header, with the men's game at 6 p.m. and the women at 8 p.m.

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