Duquesne University has named a new head women’s basketball coach.
With a women’s basketball head coaching vacancy, Pitt looked no further than across town to find their replacement for Agnus Berenato as Suzie McConnell-Serio at Duquesne was announced earlier today as the successor to the program.
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Tray Woodall scored 24 points and Pittsburgh won its 12th straight City Game with a 66-45 romp over Duquesne on Wednesday night.
INDIANAPOLIS (93-7 THE FAN) — After a successful venture this past spring, Duquesne University/CONSOL Energy Center has been given the privilege of hosting NCAA Tournament Second and Third Round games Mar. 19-21, 2015, it was announced Monday afternoon.
Newly-hired West Virginia basketball assistant coach Ron Everhart joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller on Sportsradio 93-7 The FAN to talk about his new position and how excited he is to work with the Mountaineer team.
(93-7 The FAN) — Former Duquesne mens basketball coach Ron Everhardt will join Bob Huggins’ staff at West Virginia.
(93-7 The FAN) — Duquesne has hired Jim Ferry as its next men’s basketball coach, as announced by the university Tuesday.
After a rough couple of days for the Duquesne men’s basketball program, head coach Ron Everhart has been released after six seasons and a 99-89 record.
Duquesne University has announced that Ron Everhart will not be retained as the head men’s basketball coach.
(93-7 The FAN) — Sophomore point guard T.J. McConnell and two others will transfer from the Duquesne men’s basketball program
It’s that time again. The time when one more win is all it takes to keep going. Score just one more point than the opponent and the season rolls on.
Many times a stat sheet doesn’t tell the whole story, but it did tonight as Dayton (17-10, 7-6) defeated Duquesne (15-12, 6-7) 74-62 in a must-win game for both teams, as they stood tied in eighth place in the Atlantic 10.
Luckily for Duquesne (15-10, 6-5), the first 45 seconds of last night’s game, where the Fordham Rams (9-15, 2-9) grabbed four consecutive offensive rebounds and kicked the ball out for four uncontested 3-pointers, none of which were made, did not set the pace for the rest of the game.
Many things change from game to game, especially when over a month’s time has passed before taking on an opponent again. A team shoots better, a different player is more zoned in, calls go one way more than another and the variables go on. What you try to prepare for is what you know, and that’s exactly what Duquesne (14-9, 5-4) is doing going into their second meeting this season with St. Bonaventure (12-8, 5-4).
In their all-red, “Bulls-like” throwback jerseys honoring the former Duke and first African American to be drafted in the National Basketball Association, five players scored in double digits for Duquesne, led by Eric Evans’ 17, to defeat Richmond 81-72 in the third annual Chuck Cooper Classic in front of a sellout home crowd.