The Duke’s men’s basketball team will have a new draw for students this season. During the eight conference games this year, the first 150 students with their Duquesne ID will receive a unique shirt sponsored and designed specifically for that game. Various departments in the Division of Student Life have agreed to sponsor one of the eight conference games. Continue reading
Duquesne Athletics is excited to announce that the fourth annual Tipoff Tailgate, co-sponsored by the Student Government Association, Duquesne Program Council and over 20 other Duquesne University student organizations, will be held on Saturday, Jan. 10 when the Dukes host Rhode Island in an exciting Atlantic 10 Conference matchup. Continue reading
The Duquesne Athletics Department announced their 2014-2015 promotional schedule for the men’s basketball season in September, and on the list this year included a giveaway to honor a very special member of the Duquesne University family, Fr. Sean Hogan, C.S.Sp. A one-of-a-kind Fr. Hogan Bobble Head will be available for the first 1,000 fans that attend the Duquesne Dukes men’s basketball game on Saturday, Jan. 10 at 1 p.m. against Rhode Island at the Palumbo Center. This is the only way to get this limited edition bobble head. Continue reading
Every year the Duquesne Dukes have the opportunity to play a few select games in the CONSOL Energy Center. On Saturday, Feb. 21, the Duquesne Dukes play Dayton. Mark your calendars for this exciting game! Duquesne Athletics and the Office of Freshmen Development will be offering reduced prices on tickets for Duquesne families, as well as some pregame events on campus we would love to see you at.
On Jan. 25, Duquesne University head coach Jim Ferry and his staff joined more than 4,000 basketball coaches from across the country as they laced up for the fight against cancer and stepped out of their loafers, oxfords, and wingtips and into sneakers during games as part of Coaches vs. Cancer Suits and Sneakers Awareness Weekend, Jan. 24-26. The Dukes defeated St. Bonaventure, 83-81, on Derrick Colter’s buzzer-beating three-pointer.
The nationwide event raises awareness about the fight against cancer, highlights the importance of nutrition and physical activity in reducing a person’s cancer risk, and promotes the American Cancer Society’s free programs and services available to those facing cancer. Continue reading
“There is a difference between success and excellence,” explained Greg Amodio, director of athletics. “Succeeding is to attain a desired result once; excellence requires sustaining and building on success. These funds will help our basketball programs to achieve real excellence.” Continue reading
On Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2013, Residence Hall Association (RHA) and Athletics will be hosting an event called Residence Hall Raiders at Consol Energy Center during the Dukes basketball game against Penn State. From 4:30-6 p.m., members of RHA will be located in the Rev. Sean Hogan Dining Center in Towers for a tailgate prior to the game. A variety of tailgating food will be available to the students. Continue reading
- Dinner with the Dukes – Oct. 3, Oct. 30 and Nov. 14 from 6-8 p.m. in the Union NiteSpot
- Homecoming Kickoff Pep Rally, BBQ & Powder Puff Game – Oct. 10 at 5:30 p.m.
Family Weekend – Oct. 18 – 20
- Carnival – Saturday, Nov. 2
- Tipoff Tailgate with Men’s Basketball – Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014
- Power Madness – Early April 2014
The annual City Game against Pitt will be Saturday, Nov. 30 at 1 p.m. and will be a nationally yelevised broadcast at CONSOL Energy Center! Plan your return from Thanksgiving Break to come back to campus that Saturday to cheer on your Dukes. A very special THANK YOU to Residence Life as the Residence Halls will be open at 8 a.m. that Saturday to accommodate all students that live on-campus to move back in before or after the game that day. No excuse not to come back just ONE day early to cheer on YOUR Dukes! Continue reading
The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee has chosen the city of Pittsburgh as a Second and Third Round site for the 2015 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship. Duquesne University will serve as host and Pittsburgh’s CONSOL Energy Center will be the home for the event scheduled for March 19 and 21.
The selection marks the fifth time the city of Pittsburgh and Duquesne University have been chosen to host an NCAA basketball championship – and fourth time as men’s host. Duquesne hosted the NCAA Men’s First and Second Round in 1997 and 2002 and the NCAA Women’s East Regional in 2001 at the Civic/Mellon Arena. Last year, Duquesne hosted Second and Third Round men’s games at CONSOL Energy Center.
The Department of Athletics would like to congratulate and thank the following student-athletes who are graduating and/or completing their four years of NCAA eligibility this year. They will be honored at a banquet on April 24. Continue reading