Duquesne head men’s basketball coach Ron Everhart checks in with Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan.
T.J. McConnell on a fast break down the floor, a defender on his side, Eric Evans filling in the opposite lane to receive a one-handed cross-key bounce pass from McConnell, leading to Evans’ beautiful behind-the-back assist to B.J. Monteiro, who was trailing down the middle, to lay the ball in for two.
After five days and no games for the Duquesne men’s basketball team, who went 2-1 in the 2k Sports Classic benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer in Valparaiso, they finally are back on the playing grind tomorrow night taking on The University of Louisiana-Lafayette (3-3), also coming off three games in three days.
(93-7 The FAN) — The Duquesne Dukes lost their second game of the season Sunday to Valparaiso, 84-68.
The boys are taking it back to the good old days, the AAU days, the days of three games in three days. Duquesne men’s basketball team left yesterday for Indiana, as Valparaiso hosts the conclusion of the 2K Sports Coaches vs. Cancer Classic. They take on the University of the District of Columbia, Akron and Valparaiso on November 18th, 19th and 20th respectively.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 The FAN)– After the first exhibition game of the season, Duquesne men’s basketball senior B.J. Monteiro said something profound—something that holds true in most games, with most teams and in most sports. He […]
Duquesne University men’s head basketball coach Ron Everhart announced today that Dovovon Jack (Reading, Pa/Berks Catholic)and Willie Moore (Cincinnati, Ohio/Aiken), two of the top rated players in Pennsylvania and Ohio respectively, have both signed National Letters of Intent for the 2013 season.
(93-7 The FAN/AP) — Jordin Mayes scored 16 of his 19 points in the second half, Jesse Perry had his second straight double-double and No. 16 Arizona pulled away from Duquesne for a 67-59 victory Wednesday night.
Anticipation to the first game of the regular season is always high, but when your matchup is ranked 16th in the country and the game is on national television, the butterflies might tend to be a little more active.
Just before tonight’s game one of the refs said, “I’m only as good as my last call.” The same ref made a goaltending call in the second half that spectator consensus probably would have refuted. Then, a fan said, “Hey, it’s early in the season,” after stating his opinion about the refutable-worthy call.
You can’t compare apples to oranges, so lets not even try. Tonight, the Duquesne Dukes Men’s basketball team beat D-II Millersville of the PSAC, 101-43 in the first exhibition game of the 2011-12 season, and they couldn’t have been more zoned in.
(93-7 The FAN) — Redshirt freshman wide receiver Salath Williams has a shoulder injury that will need surgery.
Pittsburgh (KDKA)- Dorian Bell is going from playing football at “The Horseshoe” to “The Bluff”. Dave Mackall of the Pittsburgh Tribune Review is reporting that Bell has transferred from Ohio State to Duquesne. Bell, a […]