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Duquesne men’s soccer falls at home to Saint Francis

Duquesne men’s soccer falls at home to Saint Francis

Orion Moses | Staff Writer Sept. 13, 2018 The Duquesne men’s soccer team suffered a 1-0 loss at the hands of Saint Francis University at Rooney Field on Sept. 12, moving the Dukes to 1-3 on the season. The game’s lone goal was netted by the Red Flash’s Leonardo Ribeiro in a match that was […]

Men’s soccer team tops Detroit 3-0 for first win

Men’s soccer team tops Detroit 3-0 for first win

David Borne | Staff Writer Sept. 6, 2018 Following a massive offseason roster turnover, Men’s Soccer Head Coach Chase Brooks and his staff brought in 15 fresh faces to join their squad this season. Of those newcomers, eight are international players. Manel Busquets (Spain), Denis Celik (Germany), Nathan Dossantos (Canada), Rob Dymond (New Zealand), Moritz […]

Women’s soccer team tops Jacksonville for first victory

Women’s soccer team tops Jacksonville for first victory

Andrew White | Staff Writer 08/30/2018 After starting its season off with consecutive tough losses to Arkansas and No. 4 Penn State, the Duquesne women’s soccer team was happy to be home on Friday, Aug. 24, when it returned home to face Jacksonville. The Dukes made their homecoming to Arthur J. Rooney Athletic Field worthwhile, […]

Breaking down each 2018 World Cup squad

Breaking down each 2018 World Cup squad

Sean Armstrong | Staff Writer June 14, 2018 As host country Russia prepares to face Saudi Arabia June 14 at 11 a.m. EDT in the 2018 World Cup’s inaugural match, prepare for the tournament’s commencement by familiarizing yourself with each of the 32 squads summarized below. Group A: Russia: How They Got Here: Russia is […]

Men’s soccer struggling but remains optimistic

Men’s soccer struggling but remains optimistic

David Borne | Staff Writer 10/05/2017 After getting off to a slow start in non-conference play, the Duquesne men’s soccer team is trying to find their groove in Atlantic 10 action. Coming off a 3-1 win in their conference opener against La Salle on Sept. 30, the Dukes looked to keep up their success against […]

Women’s soccer’s Lauren Bell named A-10 Rookie of the Week

Women’s soccer’s Lauren Bell named A-10 Rookie of the Week

David Borne | Staff Writer Often times, it takes freshman athletes a while to really get rolling in their first collegiate season. That’s not the case for Lauren Bell, a freshman striker whose offensive skills have bolstered an already strong attack for Duquesne women’s soccer head coach Al Alvine. Bell, a Hermitage, Pennsylvania, native, has […]

After 110 minutes, Duquesne, George Mason tie 2-2

After 110 minutes, Duquesne, George Mason tie 2-2

By David Borne | Staff Writer After 110 minutes, the Duquesne Dukes and the George Mason Patriots tied 2-2 in Atlantic 10 action at Rooney Field on Wednesday night. Duquesne’s record moved to 7-3-4 on the season with a 2-1-2 record in conference play. George Mason opened up the scoring in the contest, as junior […]

GK Evan Kozlowski shutting out everything in sight

GK Evan Kozlowski shutting out everything in sight

By David Borne | Staff Writer The final line of defense for the Duquesne men’s soccer team has been completely impenetrable lately, as goaltender Evan Kozlowski set the school record for most consecutive shutouts. Kozlowski’s streak started Sept. 11 in a 1-0 victory over Canisius, and he recorded his sixth consecutive shutout in a draw […]

Faith guides Jallah Acqui to early collegiate success

Faith guides Jallah Acqui to early collegiate success

By David Borne | Staff Writer Freshman Jallah Acqui is already seeing success in his first season with the Dukes, and his efforts are not going unnoticed.  He was named the Atlantic 10 Co-Rookie of the Week alongside George Mason forward Tunde Akinlosotu. Acqui was recognized for his play from Sept. 19-25 highlighted by his […]

Dukes tie as Pantophlet transitions to soccer

Dukes tie as Pantophlet transitions to soccer

Addie Smith | Sports Editor Duquesne athlete Kadeem Pantophlet took the field Wednesday for the Dukes but it wasn’t for the basketball team, and he likely won’t be taking the court again. Pantophlet, a sophomore who played forward for the basketball team, instead suited up for the soccer team, helping them to 0-0 draw against […]