Player Style Files: Keeping Up With Chicago Fire Goalkeeper Sean JohnsonChicago Fire goalkeeper Sean Johnson unloads on what's behind the goalkeeper position, as well as takes us for a ride in his Lamborghini.
Pitt Takes City Game With 66-45 Win Over DukesPITTSBURGH (AP) -- Tray Woodall scored 24 points and Pittsburgh won its 12th straight City Game with a 66-45 romp over Duquesne on Wednesday night.
A-10 Tourney Time: Dukes Face UMass TonightIt’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.
Dukes Respond, Monteiro Feelin' It In 77-67 WinLuckily 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.
Duquesne Looks To Break Bonnies' Home-Win StreakMany 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).
Evans Leads Dukes To The 'W' In Front Of Sellout Crowd 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.
Duquesne With Solid 80-69 Win Over UMassWhen 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), <em>the</em> 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.
Duquesne Never In Game As Xavier Rolls, 78-50
Dukes Bounce Back To Defeat St. Bonaventure, 66-52In 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.
McConnell's Career-High Not Enough As Dukes Lose In OTIn 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.
Dukes Crush Houston Baptist, 118-72The 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.
Monteiro In The Zone As Duquesne Defeats Bowling Green, 86-76B.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.
Duquesne's Martins Abele Declared Academically Ineligible 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.
Dukes Fall To Western Michigan, 85-71In 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.
Trap D' Key In Duquesne's 66-59 Win Over PSUAlthough 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.