When the top two scoring teams in the Atlantic 10 face off, one would anticipate a fast-paced game. That’s exactly what went down in last night’s game, except Duquesne (12-7, 3-2) was able to effectively contain Massachusetts (14-5, 3-2), the top scoring team in the A-10, to eight points below their average while the Dukes scored above their average for the 80-69 win.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 The Fan)—Coming off of a solid win over St. Bonaventure where Duquesne (10-7, 1-2) played good, fundamental basketball, something went missing in their 78-50 loss to Xavier (11-5, 2-1) tonight. Then again, scoring […]
In last night’s A-10 matchup, Duquesne (10-6, 1-1) made sure it wasn’t another down to the wire game as they defeated St. Bonaventure (8-6, 1-1), 66-50, after a scrappy, low scoring first half.
In any team sport, the constant is that one team always wins and one team always loses, but in Duquesne’s 84-82 loss to Saint Joseph’s tonight, the loss stung as the Dukes blew a 16-point lead.
(93-7 The FAN) — Duquesne guard B.J. Montiero is expected to miss the next 2-4 games with injuries sustained in the South Side Saturday night.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 The Fan) — After becoming the 35th player to reach 1,000 career points in Duquesne’s New Year’s Eve crushing of Houston Baptist, senior swingman B.J. Monteiro (Waterbury,Conn./Crosby) was named Atlantic 10 Player of […]
The Duquesne Dukes (9-5) made sure to bring in the New Year the way any team would have it, crushing a Houston Baptist (5-8) 118-72, a team that has yet to win on the road.
B.J. Monteiro’s career-high 28 points helped lead Duquesne (8-5) to a 86-76 win over Bowling Green (6-6) tonight at the A.J. Palumbo center, in the fifth best comeback under head coach Ron Everhart.
For Duquesne men’s basketball senior B.J. Monteiro, if he were to meet a complete stranger who knew nothing about him, he found a solution devoid of scientific testing to let everyone know that the game of basketball is in his blood.
Duquesne men’s basketball head coach, Ron Everhart, announced today that 7-foot-1, first-year Radford transfer Martins Abele (Saldus, Latvia/Oak Hill (Va.)/Radford) is academically ineligible and will miss the rest of the 2011-12 season.
In their first road game in six games, Duquesne (6-5) took the loss to Western Michigan (3-7) last night, 85-71 and is now 0-3 on the road this season.
Although the sun had already set by the start of last night’s game, Duquesne (6-4) pulled out the 66-59 win over Penn State (6-5) in the teams’ 43rd matchup, with a night and day effort from the first half to second half, led by two Detroit guys, senior guard Eric Evans who had a game-high 20 points and sophomore swingman Jerry Jones’ who had a career-high 14 points.
Robert Morris (7-2) added one more win to its best start in school history as they defeated the Duquesne Dukes (5-4) 64-60 tonight—beating the Dukes in back-to-back years for the first time since the ’83-’84 season.
The six minute scoring drought in the first half by the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles, combined with Duquesne’s 12-3 run within the first four minutes of the second half and Sean Johnson’s career high 25 points helped lead the Duquesne Dukes to their 77-67 win in the two teams’ first ever meeting.
The Consol Energy Center was the backdrop for the 80th edition of Pittsburgh’s City game featuring Pitt and Duquesne. For me, it was the 1st one that I have witnessed live and in person.