Winning can be an attitude, culture and a lifestyle. The Clairton High School football team made winning all of those things from 2009 to 2011. This Western Pennsylvania high school pieced together an astonishing 47-game...Read More »
The Duquesne women’s soccer team earned their first Atlantic 10 victory this season after beating the Davidson Wildcats 1-0 in double overtime Sunday afternoon at Rooney Field. The Dukes are now 1-0-1 in the...Read More »
It was a wet and wild Homecoming game for the Duquesne Dukes. Through the rain, wind and at one point hail, the Dukes took on the West Liberty Hilltoppers in a non-conference matchup. Aside...Read More »
I was seven years old when I first saw Derek Jeter play.
It was the day I fell in love with baseball: July 11, 2002, when the Yankees played the Indians at Jacobs Field in Cleveland. That night, the 28-year-old shortstop went 2-3 with an RBI and...Read More »
There’s a player on the Duquesne men’s soccer team who doesn’t look like he belongs. He towers over his teammates and is strides ahead of them on the soccer pitch. To the naked eye, he looks like he belongs on the basketball court, but Kadeem Pantophlet...Read More »
Derrick Colter is smooth on the hardwood. As the primary point guard for the Dukes, he started all 30 games for the Red & Blue last season. He appeared on SportsCenter’s Top-10 on two separate occasions, first for a...Read More »
Money makes the world go round. If you don’t think so, ask the Minnesota Vikings.
After deactivating star running back Adrian Peterson before Sunday’s game against the Patriots in light of accusations that Peterson disciplined his son earlier this year with a switch (a tree branch), general...Read More »
Baseball has the longest season in professional sports. Sometimes the “dog days” of summer can get a little boring, but there is nothing more exciting than playoff races to the pennant.
The playoff picture is becoming clearer after Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles drenched their locker...Read More »
On the heels of back-to-back losses to begin the season, the Dukes were looking for answers heading into their home opener with the Dayton Flyers. After finishing the 2013 season unbeaten at Rooney Field, the...Read More »
On Monday morning, the popular gossip news source TMZ released the video from an Atlantic City hotel elevator in which former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice punched his fiancée, Janay Palmer, in the face twice and knocked her unconscious in the early morning of Feb....Read More »
On Aug. 24, 1989, baseball’s all-time hits leader Pete Rose accepted a lifetime ban from baseball from Commissioner Bart Giamatti for betting on games while managing the Cincinnati Reds. Two years later in 1991, the Baseball Hall of Fame voted to ban Rose and those others...Read More »
Senior midfielder Austin Lange had plenty to write home about last week. He was named one of the Tribune-Review’s top college soccer players in the area on Aug. 26 and netted a hat trick Sunday to lead the men’s soccer team to a 4-2 victory...Read More »
In the program’s first matchup against a Football Bowl Subdivision opponent, the Duquesne football team was on the brink of making history on the road against the University of Buffalo on Saturday. Despite a valiant effort in the second half, the Dukes fell to the Bulls...Read More »
Sunday afternoon’s preseason matchup between the Duquesne men’s soccer team and cross-town rival Univertsity of Pittsburgh was an early test for the Dukes before entering the regular season. Unfortunately for the Red & Blue, their...Read More »
The Patriots have won 13 of the last 15 division titles. The most recent year in which they did not win the division was in 2008, when Tom Brady tore his ACL in Week 1. Four years ago, it seemed as if...Read More »
Do you ever have a moment where you just sit down with a smile and realize, “this is where I belong?” My first moment like that at Duquesne was when I walked into The Duquesne Duke newsroom my first week as a freshman. It felt right....Read More »
Aaron Warnick | Photo Editor Senior wide receiver Gianni Carter has his sights set on the pros in his final weeks on the Bluff. After training for his Pro Day and a regional combine in January and February, he now awaits an opportunity to...Read More »
After complaining of back pain while dancing, 8 year-old Michigan State basketball super fan Lacey Holdsworth was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, an aggressive form of childhood cancer, on Dec. 28, 2011. When doctors found a football-sized tumor in her abdomen that wrapped around her spine and...Read More »
Aaron Warnick | Photo Editor Sophomore guard Micah Mason finished his first season at Duquesne as the first player in program history to lead the nation in a statistical category. With Tra’Vaughn White’s transfer, Mason’s role on the team is likely to expand in...Read More »
While Dayton was busy busting your bracket last week, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks played Major League Baseball’s “Opening Series” down under on March 22 in Sydney, Australia. On Sunday, the Dodgers lost on the road to the San Diego Padres on the...Read More »
While the men’s basketball team traveled to Brooklyn to compete in the opening round of the Atlantic 10 Championship at the Barclays Center earlier this month, head coach Jerry Schmitt opened the football program’s...Read More »
Life is good for the Duquesne men’s tennis team. They currently find themselves unbeaten in the Atlantic 10 and are 12-4 overall after coming through with two big wins last weekend in their matchups against Dayton...Read More »
Seven four-round fights means youth and potential. That was on display at the Serbian American Cultural Center. The fighters who put their potential on display showed why they are ready for the next step, or why they need to do more work before they step up.
Recently a Duquesne organization entitled PureThirst went to Honduras over spring break to install water filters. With that, they also brought down soccer balls donated by the men’s and women’s soccer teams. Eric Balaash, manager of the women’s soccer...Read More »
There’s a lot of things I do for Duquesne athletics. I’ve traveled to Philadelphia for the women’s Atlantic 10 Tournament. I’ve skipped classes to watch Duquesne basketball. I’ve done a lot for the Dukes, but I will admit that I am not as hardcore as the...Read More »
Team captain Haley Marafioti said after the game that every second counts. Against Bucknell this proved to be true as the Duquesne women’s lacrosse team (8-1) bested the Bucknell Bison (0-10) on Tuesday afternoon at Rooney...Read More »
When Canisius and Duquesne play in women’s lacrosse, it’s always close. Wednesday was no different as the Dukes needed overtime to beat Canisius. The Dukes came away with a win by scoring 12-11 in the second...Read More »
Young fighters have to prove they can beat savvy veterans on their way to the top. Some fighters shine in these fights, while other struggle, but get the necessary win. Garcia didn’t look great, but he got the rounds and experience. Williams showed he is a force...Read More »
While the majority of teams vying for bids to The Big Dance will face off in conference tournaments through this weekend, the Wichita State Shockers defeated Indiana State in the Missouri Valley Conference championship on Sunday to cap an undefeated regular season. It’s the first...Read More »
With their recent road win over George Mason, the Dukes finished 10th in the Atlantic 10. They earned a matchup with No. 7 Richmond at the Barclays Center tonight in Brooklyn. Here are seven keys to a Red...Read More »
One-sided fights are not always bad fights. What can make them great is a fighter who has amazing skill and talent dominating an opponent. These types of fights allow a fighter to showcase their abilities and prove how great they are. This is exactly what Alvarez needed...Read More »
The legacy continues. Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. was able to avenge a win that many said should have been a loss by beating Brian Vera convincingly. He is now back in the title picture and at 28 with only one loss he is a very strong contender.
Wednesday afternoon, former Dallas Cowboys coach Barry Switzer called former Texas A&M quarterback turned NFL prospect Johnny Manziel “an arrogant little prick” on CBS Sports Radio 920 AM in St. Louis.
“I’m gonna tell you. I said Johnny Manziel is … I don’t like his antics....Read More »
For Wumi Agunbiade, Orsi Szecsi, Raegan Moore and Oditte Odisho, Wednesday night marked their curtain call at the A.J. Palumbo Center. Senior Night had finally come for the second winningest class in Duquesne women’s basketball...Read More »
The Dukes walked out of Consol Energy Center for the last time this year with their 15th loss of the season as they fell to the Dayton Flyers 57-54 Saturday afternoon in their second-to-last home...Read More »
Dominique McKoy is a junior forward for the Duquesne men’s basketball team, poised to be one of the leaders for the next season. He came to Duquesne from Cowley Community College, which he attended after...Read More »
The 22nd Winter Olympic Games in Sochi has so far given fans of Team USA much to laugh, cry and cheer about. We have witnessed dramatic shootouts, emotional interviews, and old records become shattered. With still many events yet to be decided, let’s look back...Read More »
Normally after a Duquesne men’s basketball loss, I take time to focus on the negatives and what the Dukes could have done differently to win the game. However, I’m tired of being a “negative Nancy”...Read More »
The Duquesne men’s basketball team lost their fourth straight game on Wednesday night to the Richmond Spiders by a score of 75-58 at the Palumbo Center. Their last win was over NJIT on Jan....Read More »
I’ve always been a T.J. McConnell apologist. When he decided to shop around and leave Duquesne basketball, I was angry as a Duquesne basketball fan, but as a T.J. McConnell fan, I knew it was the right decision.
Duquesne basketball fans everywhere were bitter. I’ll admit, McConnell...Read More »
The Seattle Seahawks look to push their franchise playoff record to .500 on Sunday. Boasting the league’s best defense, in terms of yards allowed, the Seahawks are on the doorstep of a Super Bowl ring.
The lone time that the Seahawks and Broncos met in the playoffs...Read More »
For the Duquesne women’s swim team seniors, Saturday marked an end of an era. It would be the last time Meghan Smith, Miriam McGeath, and Hannah Huber would compete in a meet at Tower’s Pool....Read More »
The course of an entire season can change in four seconds.
Four seconds is all it took for Derrick Colter to run the length of the floor and sink a desperation three-pointer at the buzzer to shock conference rival St. Bonaventure 83-81 Saturday evening at the A.J....Read More »
It was all smiles after the game for the men’s basketball team Saturday night, especially for sophomore Derrick Colter who nailed a last second buzzer beater to propel the Dukes to an 83-81 win...Read More »
There’s a time every two years that all the world stops and focuses on one event and nothing else really seems to matter. No, I’m not talking about the release of a new season of Sherlock, I’m talking about the Olympics.
Just before Saturday’s tip-off, Wumi Agunbiade and Orsi Szecsi performed a synchronized handshake. The same handshake they came up with four years ago in a dorm room; the same handshake they have done before every...Read More »
Early in the second half of Saturday afternoon’s matchup versus Rhode Island at the Palumbo Center, it looked like the same old story for the Duquesne Women’s basketball team. After leading the whole game,...Read More »
Until Jameis Winston knocked off Auburn in the second most ridiculous ending on the college football calendar in 2013, the Southeastern Conference won seven consecutive national championships. In Auburn’s bid for the conference’s eighth straight crystal ball, Winston, the sport’s most controversial figure through the...Read More »
The Duquesne women’s basketball team recorded the program’s 501st win Wednesday night. The Dukes (12-6 overall, 4-1 Atlantic 10) extended their winning streak over the University of Massachusetts to eight with a 67-52 victory at...Read More »
The year 2013 was a great year for boxing. There has been much debate about many of the end-of-year awards. I have reviewed many of the fights from this year and I believe I have compiled the list of awards that best suits my views on boxing. Let’s...Read More »
The Duquesne men’s basketball team opened up Atlantic 10 play this week with a huge win over the Fordham Rams 87-81 Wednesday night at the Palumbo Center to improve their record to 8-5 and...Read More »
From old fighters putting the finishing touches on their legacies to young guns beginning their journeys this week had everything. Some fighters proved they deserve the next step and some fighters showed they were not ready for the opportunities they were given.
Do you ever just get tired watching Duquesne basketball?
Obviously, not in a yawning uncontrollably, it’s 2:30 a.m. and you stayed up too late watching Netflix, way, but in a “haven’t we seen this game before?” way. Call it deja vu, call it annoying, call it anything,...Read More »
It’s not a word you hear very often during basketball conversations, but in talks about Duquesne’s 94-88 win over the University of Maryland-Baltimore Country on Wednesday night, there’s no way around it.
To go from a game against Pitt, a team that plays zone defense, to a...Read More »
The Duquesne men’s basketball team exited the Palumbo Center Wednesday night with a win in the first of a three-game home stand as they defeated University of Maryland-Baltimore County 94-88 to improve to 3-3...Read More »
The only sound that can be heard over the crack of wood burning in the wood-burning stove that heats the room is the pit-pat of leather pounding flesh. The leather is wraped around the the fists of super lightweight Paul Spadafora and the flesh belongs to whoever...Read More »
After falling to Sacred Heart on the road last weekend, the Dukes lost their spot in the driver’s seat to the Football Championship Series playoffs. Heading into their final conference matchup against Central Connecticut at Rooney Field, the...Read More »
The Duquesne men’s basketball team rebounded from their loss at West Virginia and brought their team back to .500 Wednesday night after securing a strong win over the University of Albany 70-59 at the...Read More »
The best fighter in the world was in action on Saturday in front of a lackluster crowd and not only was it not on pay-per-view, but HBO couldn’t even find a decent undercard fight. No I’m not talking about Floyd Mayweather....Read More »
Early Saturday morning while most students were probably sleeping the day away, Notre Dame’s football team held a walk-through practice on Rooney Field in preparation for their nationally televised matchup against the University of Pittsburgh that night.
Around 10:30 a.m., Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly...Read More »
The Duquesne men’s soccer team needed a big weekend in order to qualify for the Atlantic 10 tournament and after a tie against George Mason on Friday and a 3-0 victory over Virginia Commonwealth Sunday...Read More »
On Saturday, the Duquesne men’s basketball team had a spark about them from the beginning. They were aggressive, they took quality shots and they pulled out a double-digit victory over Abilene Christian.
In their second game of the season, the Duquesne men’s basketball team was unable to notch a win at the A.J. Palumbo Center. They fell to the University of New Hampshire Wildcats 84-81 Wednesday...Read More »
It may be because the Dukes were playing a team new to Division I basketball, but there was something about the Duquesne men’s basketball team on Saturday when they overtook the Albeline Christian Wildcats 94-75 Saturday afternoon at the Palumbo Center.
1 Virginia Commonwealth 2012-2013: 27-9 overall, 12-4 Atlantic 10
VCU and St. Louis will likely be neck and neck again this year after meeting in the Atlantic 10 conference championship last year. Though the Billikens won, we believe VCU has the best...Read More »
Dan Burt is entering his first year as head coach of the Duquesne’s women’s basketball team in charge of a talented team focused on one goal: the NCAA Tournament. He was hired in April after...Read More »
In their first live action of the 2013-2014 season, the women’s basketball team faced highly under matched Davis & Elkins at the A.J. Palumbo Center Friday night in their first and final exhibition game...Read More »
Last year the Duquesne men’s basketball team finished 8-22 overall and 1-15 in the Atlantic-10 conference. Now, the Dukes are out to prove that their transition to an elite basketball program is going smoothly and...Read More »
The Duquesne men’s basketball team sent a strong message to its future opponents Saturday afternoon after a thunderous offensive showing against Clarion in an exhibition match, defeating the Golden Eagles 103-88.
Taylor Miles | The Duquesne Duke The Duquesne football team was among the fall sports teams who participated in Breast Cancer Awarness Month. They wore pink socks and armbands during their game on Oct. 5.
The Duquesne University Athletic Department...Read More »
Claire Murray | The Duquesne Duke Freshman A.J. Baroffio prepares to move the ball down the field in the Dukes’ 3-0 loss to the La Salle Explorers. The Dukes generated chances but could not capitalize Sunday afternoon.
October is an amazing month for sports. Between the end of playoff baseball, the beginning of NHL hockey and NBA basketball, and the middle of the season for NFL and NCAA football, there is certainly a lot to be excited for if you are...Read More »
All my life, my family members have told me “there is nothing like experiencing a playoff baseball game in person,” and all I did was scoff at them. I had been to NHL and NBA playoff games before (remember when the Wizards were good?), what...Read More »
Claire Murray | The Duquesne Duke Junior running back Ryan Ho runs the ball in Duquesne football’s 27-14 victory over West Liberty this past Saturday at Rooney Field. The Dukes are home again this weekend for Homecoming.
Taylor Miles | The Duquesne Duke Freshman midfielder Maddie Layman looks to make a move toward net during the Dukes’ 3-1 victory over St. Bonaventure. She’s started every game for the Red and Blue this season.
The Duquesne Dukes lost to Youngstown State on September 21, 59-17 despite impressive efforts by quarterback Dillon Buechel and receivers Gianni Carter and Chris King. Dillon Buechel was named the NEC Rookie of the Week for the second time this season. Buechel is the first...Read More »
I mean, I guess autumn is pretty cool, but my favorite season technically spans out over three. My favorite season is hockey season. I don’t know what brought this on, but there is just something about the NHL...Read More »
With October around the corner, a cool air chills the city and people prepare for a long winter. Pirates’ fans, however, find warmth in the excitement surrounding their baseball team that has just clinched a playoff berth for the first time since 1992.
The Pirates clinched a berth in the postseason on Tuesday night in Chicago for the first time in 21 years. Hollywood couldn’t have written a more fitting script for a franchise that’s been marred by injuries, bad luck, poor scouting and routinely miserable personnel...Read More »
Claire Murray | The Duquesne Duke Sophomore goalkeeper Sam Frymier and junior forward Josh Ellis recently taught The Duquesne Duke sports editors about the art of a penalty kick and how to save one on Sept. 23.
The men’s basketball City Game is an important staple in a Duquesne student’s time at the University. It’s the one time a year where the student section at the Consol Energy Center almost (but not entirely) matches the size of the student population and one...Read More »
The steady decline of boxing began when the major American heavyweights had been dispatched for the top tier of the division. Since Mike Tyson stopped boxing fight fans have been yearning for a great American heavyweight. All of the potential champions seem to be doing other things...Read More »
Aaron Warnick | Photo Editor Freshman forward A.J. Barrofio tracks down the ball on the right sideline during Sunday’s 3-0 loss to Marist. The Dukes have scored only one goal through three games this season. They’ll face Navy and Towson...Read More »
There are some prospects that are clearly ready for the big time and then there are some who need much more polish before they take the next step. Alan Sanchez and Rau’shee Warren both need more fine tuning before they face elite level competition. The good...Read More »
Sometime next week the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens (without any sobs from Ray Lewis) will travel to Denver and face Peyton Manning and the Broncos on Thursday in a rematch of last year’s AFC Divisional Playoff game. During which the Ravens staved off...Read More »
Following a 4-1 preseason loss to Wichita State, men’s soccer coach Chase Brooks and players Colin Phillips and Simon Gomez discussed the “new era” of Duquesne men’s soccer under a new coach. The Dukes finished preseason 0-2, losing to Carnegie Mellon 3-2 on...Read More »
There is only one undefeated fighter at the world championship level. He is the only one for a simple reason: boxing is hard. It is very difficult to face the best and win every fight. This weekend one of the best lost for his first time.
After starting the 2012 season 5-2 and dropping their final four games to finish 5-6, the Dukes enter the 2013 campaign with nine returning starters (five offensive, four defensive) and are slated to finish second in the...Read More »
Sometimes people are just different. Gennady Golovkin is different. There is no comparison for him in the boxing world. He is the Barry Bonds, Michael Jordan or Barry Sanders of boxing. His power is unlike almost any other fighter. However, unlike every other power punchers you have ever...Read More »
A weekend filled with upsets, knockouts and technical masterpieces only comes along a couple of times a year and this week was one of them. The winners from this weekend will move on to bigger and better things, but...Read More »
Once in a generation a fighter come along who has one tool that is so supreme that he starts to scare other fighters. Fighter are scared of Lucas Matthysse’s power, which is why he has always struggled to find good opposition. On Saturday he found just that...Read More »
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is arrogant. He is annoying. He is entertaining. He is funny. But more than any of that he is an extremely hard worker. What Mayweather puts his body through during his grueling training camps is above and beyond anything that anyone in any sport...Read More »
Age is the worst opponent any fighter has to face. Two fighters were notably depleted in this week’s action one was able to overcome and get the victory, the other was slowly brutally destroyed in the ring.
The main event on HBO “World Championship Boxing” from Buenos Aires,...Read More »
The Duquesne men’s tennis team is preparing for the Atlantic-10 championships after a successful regular season ended yesterday with a 5-2 loss against Youngstown State on Youngstown’s outdoor courts.
After a successful indoor court record, the men’s tennis team took to outdoor courts to begin...Read More »
After a week of speculation and rumors, the University of Pittsburgh has officially signed Suzie McConnell-Serio to a six-year contract to take over as the head coaching position following firing Agnus Berenato on April 1.
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...Read More »
Addie Smith, Wes Crosby and Pat Higgins | The Duquesne Duke
Duquesne University basketball head coaches Jim Ferry and Suzie McConnell-Serio said Tuesday that they had not been contacted by other schools and are not planning to leave, despite speculation about their futures on...Read More »
Ex-WPIAL standout and 2011 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Player of the Year Micah Mason has announced that he plans to transfer to Duquesne for the coming academic year.
The Highlands High School basketball star played only one season at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, before making...Read More »
The Duquesne women’s tennis team is getting ready to end its season on a strong note as the Atlantic-10 Championship approaches.
The Dukes are currently 7-9 on the season and 3-3 in conference play heading into the last...Read More »
The way Selection Sunday turned out, the Midwest Region could be the toughest region to escape. Between Michigan State and Tom Izzo’s postseason track record, Duke’s immense collection of talent and Louisville’s momentum following their championship performance in the Big East Tournament, the team...Read More »
When the Pittsburgh Passion women’s outdoor spring football team takes the field to begin their 2013 season next month, two Duquesne women will wear their red-and-blue school pride behind black-and-gold team jerseys.
In her third season as wide receiver is Rachel Wojdowski, Duquesne women’s basketball...Read More »
Duquesne basketball teams place four players on Atlantic-10 Conference teams
Senior guard Jocelyn Floyd, junior forward Wumi Agunbiade and freshman guards April Robinson and Derrick Colter were all named to Atlantic-10 Conference teams this past week after the end of conference play. Robinson and Colter were named...Read More »
After a close first half, the Duquesne women’s basketball couldn’t find a way to overtake St. Joseph’s in 73-60 loss in the quarterfinals of the Atlantic-10 tournament Saturday.
Despite great performances from junior forward and A-10 First Team honoree Wumi Agunbiade, who scored a team-high 20...Read More »
After defeating Virginia Commonwealth University in the first round at the Atlantic-10 Tournament last Friday, the Duquesne women’s basketball team positioned themselves for a quarterfinal rematch with St. Joseph’s; a team they lost to by one point in an overtime thriller at the A.J. Palumbo...Read More »
A man who knows more about boxing than almost anyone else in the game is very hard to beat. Bernard Hopkins knows more than that man. Hopkins fought his first fight in 1988, which is the year Keith Thurman, the champion on his undercard, was...Read More »
The Duquesne women’s basketball team pulled out a narrow 64-58 victory over the Virginia Commonwealth University Rams Friday afternoon and have more on their plate when they face host of the Women’s Atlantic-10 Championship St. Joseph’s University tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 p.m.
Each boxing match is very different. On Saturday there were two very different fights, but both were extremely entertaining. There was a complete domination with some of the best technique you will see and there was a very competitive brawl that could have gone either way. Which...Read More »
The Duquesne women’s lacrosse team put up a solid effort on a rainy night against the 11th ranked team in the nation. The Dukes (2-1) fell to Penn State (2-1) 16-9 at Rooney Field on Wednesday night.
Coach Michael Scerbo said he thought his team held...Read More »
In the first time in history sporting black jerseys, the Duquesne Men’s basketball team dropped to 1-12 in Atlantic-10 conference play Saturday night at the A.J. Palumbo Center with a 78-71 loss to St. Bonaventure.
In a game that saw coach Jim Ferry start three freshmen...Read More »
It’s no secret that the Duquesne men’s basketball team is in the midst of one of its worst seasons in recent memory.
The program’s fans are understandably expressing frustration with its 8-19, 1-12 record, especially after its aberration of a 7-5 start. And there is plenty...Read More »
Tennis, the famous sport with roots in Birmingham, England in the 19th century, is loved by many, including myself. My love of the game urged me to team up Megan O’Sullivan, an England-native and senior Duquesne tennis player to teach me how to give a proper...Read More »
The momentum in a boxing match tends to twist and turn, resembling the rollercoaster life that boxers often live. This weekend that was more apparent than ever as several of the fights had rapid changes in momentum. In the end the twists and turns are what compel...Read More »
Now, it is almost March and one of my favorite times of the year is quickly approaching. Spring is coming, along with hot dogs and denim shorts and outdoor concerts. Better yet it’s almost baseball season, and this one should be an interesting one.
We’ll...Read More »
The Duquesne women’s lacrosse team started the season by asserting their dominance over the Saint Francis Red Flash on their way to a 20-6 victory Friday at Rooney Field.
The Dukes were in control from the opening whistle. Four minutes into the game, sophomore midfielder...Read More »
Former Niagara University soccer coach Chase Brooks was named the new Duquesne men’s soccer head coach on Wednesday, said Athletic Director Greg Amodio.
Brooks left his head position in Niagara after being named the 2012 NSCAA North Atlantic Coach of the Year with a...Read More »
As my car rolled along the Atlantic City Expressway my excitement started to grow. After parking around the corner I walked into Boardwalk Hall. The music was pulsating through the walls and the lights were flashing around the crowd.
The main event on HBO “World Championship Boxing” from...Read More »
If a team was trading you one point for two or three points each possession, why wouldn’t you foul all night?
This is exactly what happened to the Duquesne women’s basketball team as they fell to St. Joseph’s 69-68 in overtime Wednesday night at...Read More »
The effort improved, but the result remained the same.
The Duquesne men’s basketball team (7-16, 0-9) fought to stay within striking distance of Xavier (13-9, 6-3) to the waning minutes of Saturday night’s game at Consol Energy Center, but the Dukes were ultimately outmatched...Read More »
Basketball is a game of ups and downs, and unfortunately, for the 11th straight time, it’s all downs for the Duquesne men’s squad. After a 73-65 loss against Xavier on Saturday night at the Consol Energy Center, it’s unclear whether or not the...Read More »