Dunlap: Hot And Cold ListPeople love lists. Oh man, do people love lists. That’s why I decided to throw together a nice, tidy little hot and cold list as this week winds to an end.
Duquesne Men's Basketball Coach FiredDuquesne men's basketball coach has been fired.
Duquesne Loses In Final Seconds To St. Louis, 72-71Elliott Welmer scored 17 points and Davell Roby's tip-in with 1.6 seconds left gave Saint Louis its only lead of the game and the Billikens beat Duquesne 72-71 in the opening round of the Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament Wednesday night.
Duquesne Women's Basketball Team Makes History With St. Joseph DefeatThe Duquense women's basketball team defeated St. Joseph's 78-63 on Saturday afternoon in the semifinals of the Atlantic 10 Tournament.
George Mason Holds Off Duquesne 63-62Jalen Jenkins scored 13 points, including what proved to be the winning free throw, Otis Livingston added 12 with five assists, and George Mason held off Duquesne 63-62 on Wednesday night to break a three-game skid.
Hawkins' 20 Leads Fordham Over Duquesne 70-52Javontae Hawkins scored 20 points, Christian Sengfelder scored 19 points with five 3-pointers, and Fordham beat Duquesne 70-52 on Wednesday for its third straight win.
Cavanaugh Leads George Washington Over DuquesneTyler Cavanaugh scored 19 points, making 13 of 14 free throws, and George Washington defeated Duquesne 77-70 on Sunday.
Duquesne Cruises Past UMass 96-66Freshman Mike Lewis II scored a career-high 31 points and Duquesne snapped an eight-game skid, cruising past UMass 96-66 on Wednesday night.
Duquesne Falls To St. Bonaventure, 71-64Matt Mobley scored 22 points and St. Bonaventure defeated Duquesne 71-64 on Wednesday night.
Davidson Tops Duquesne 74-60 With Steph Curry In The HouseDavidson held Duquesne to six made field goals in the first half en route to a 74-60 win on Tuesday night.
George Washington Escapes With 65-63 Win Over DuquesneYuta Watanabe had 15 points, Jaren Sina added 14 points, including a clutch 3-pointer, and George Washington beat Duquesne 65-63 on Wednesday night.
Reserves Williams, Cook Lead Dayton Past Duquesne 76-57Charles Cooke scored 19 points, Xeyrius Williams added a career-high 18 and Dayton defeated Duquesne 76-57 on Saturday.