Duquesne University will add women's bowling as its 17th intercollegiate sport it was announced today. The bowling program, which will be established in 2015-16 and will begin competition in 2016-17, is the ...
Atlantic 10 Conference announced Wednesday that 1,559 student-athletes excelled in the classroom in the spring semester, earning Commissioner's Honor Roll distinction while setting a number of league records.
Duquesne University's swimming team was listed in the recently released College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Division I Scholar All-America rankings, honoring all schools with a 3.00 or higher team grade point average.
Aaron Jackson (2006-09) and Kieron Achara (2004-08), who played side-by-side for the Dukes for three seasons, both reach agreements to continue their highly-successful overseas playing careers on the same day - June 19.
Duquesne's Devon Tabata (soccer) and Arielle Love (volleyball) are among 480 female student-athletes - including 11 from the Atlantic 10 Conference - nominated for the 2015 NCAA Woman of the Year award.
Duquesne today announced the membership of the committee that will conduct the search for the University's next director of athletics. The committee will be chaired by John Plante, Duquesne's vice president for university advancement.
Duquesne swimmer Lillian Nelson, who is interning with Swimming World, recently had her first article published. Here is the Q&A portion of it with Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year, Duquesne head coach David Sheets.