Andre Marhold
Andre  Marhold


Charlotte, N.C.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 215




Richmond Turns Back Duquesne, 79-55

Derrick Colter scores a game-high 18 in a losing effort


Dukes Welcome Charlotte for Senior Day

Sean Johnson and Andre Marhold to be recognized prior to Wednesday night's game


La Salle Jumps on Dukes Early in 97-64 Win

Derrick Colter leads Duquesne with 16 points


Duquesne Men Return to Action Saturday Afternoon at La Salle

Dukes and Explorers to meet for 68th time


Bonnies Down Men in Black, 78-71

Quevyn Winters leads Dukes with 18 points


Charlotte 89, Duquesne 87 (OT)

Senior Night 1/6/13


Duquesne 71, St. Bonaventure 78



Duquesne 62, Rhode Island 67



Xavier 73, Duquesne 65

Xavier 73, Duquesne 65


Duquesne 90, James Madison 88 (OT)

Duquesne 90, James Madison 88 (OT)

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Marhold Complete Career Recap

Career Highlights
Saw action in 96 career games with 47 starts (all of which came as a junior and senior) ... came off the bench in 38 games as a freshman and sophomore ... finished his career fifth on DU's all-time blocked shot list with 107 ... threw down 50 career dunks including 21 as a senior ... shot .508 for his career (did not qualify for DU's career list because he did not meet the minimum of 600 career points) ... scored in double-digits seven times (five as a senior) and posted 10 or more rebounds six times (four as a senior) ... posted a pair of double-doubles (both as a senior) ... two-year starter ... Duquesne went 59-66 during his four seasons with postseason appearances in 2010 (CBI) & 2011 (CBI) ... averaged 16.3 minutes per game.

As a Senior (2012-13)
Played in 29 of 30 games with 25 starts ... led the 8-22 Dukes in rebounding (5.6 rpg.) and blocked shots (50) ... was second in field goal percentage (.518) and 3-pointers made (32) ... averaged 6.0 points per game ... led the team in rebounding a team-high 11 times ... had streaks of 29 games played and 21 starts snapped against Saint Louis on Jan. 23 while serving one-game team suspension ... made his first start since the suspension at Temple and responded with 15 points, a career-high 15 rebounds and three big late-game blocks to help DU snap an 11-game losing streak ... scored in double digits five times and grabbed nine or more rebounds in a game seven times ... had double-digit rebound games against Temple (15), Robert Morris (11), Saint Joseph's (11) and Xavier (10) ... had nine boards and blocked a career-high five shots in the season opener at Albany ... tied the blocks high against Rhode Island ... had 14 points (6-of-8 from the field), eight rebounds and two blocks vs. New Orleans ... threw down three dunks - and blocked a dunk attempt - in the win over the Privateers ... had nine points, eight rebounds and four blocks against Western Michigan ... recorded his first career double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds in 23 minutes vs. Saint Joseph's ... followed that with 9 boards at UMass ... led the team with 50 blocks ... his 61 offensive rebounds were 22 more than the next DU player.

As a Junior (2011-12)
Played in 29 of 31 games with 22 starts ... averaged 5.1 points and 4.0 rebounds per game ... led the team with 40 blocks ... shot .492 from the field and .444 from the foul line ... threw down a team-high 22 dunks ... scored in double digits twice, with both coming in the first three games of the season ... had a career-high 17 points vs. Green Bay on Nov. 13 and followed that with 10 vs. the University of the District of Columbia ... posted double-digit rebounds vs. Tennessee Tech (career-high 11) and Robert Morris (10) ... finished the year with a team-high 52 offensive rebounds ... had a career-high four blocks vs. both Houston Baptist and at Xavier ... had two of his three blocks in the first meeting with St. Bonaventure in a span of 25 seconds to fuel a big 13-0 second half run ... suffered a concussion at Rhode Island on Jan. 14 which forced him to miss games vs. UMass and at Saint Louis ... made his return with a start vs. La Salle on Jan. 28 (four points and four boards in 22 minutes) ... scored over six points for the first time since the injury with eight vs. Saint Louis (span of 10 games) ... the concussion ended his consecutive games played streak at 20.

As a Sophomore (2010-11)
Averaged 2.3 points and 1.0 rebounds in 8.1 minutes per game ... saw action in 20 games off the bench ... played double-digit minutes in each of the first four games before a strained groin kept him in street clothes versus Pitt and at Penn State ... made his return in logging six minutes vs. West Virginia ... came off the bench for a foul-plagued Damian Saunders vs. Xavier ... went 2-of-2 (4 points) and blocked a pair of shots in 16 minutes against the Musketeers ... scored a career-high seven points in 12 minutes at Montana ... all seven points came in six second-half minutes of the CBI first round win ... followed that with six points in a season high 24 minutes of DU's season-ending loss at Oregon ... blocked three shots in the opener vs. Bluefield State ... went 4-of-6 from the line (4 points) in six minutes vs. George Washington ... went 18-of-26 from the field (.692) with six dunks.

As a Freshman (2009-10)
Averaged 0.8 points and 0.7 rebounds in 6.9 minutes per game ... came off the bench in all 18 games he played ... grabbed four rebounds and blocked two shots in a season-high 16 minutes at then-No. 6 (AP) West Virginia ... played double-digit minutes five times ... saw his first conference action at Xavier (one block in two minutes) ... added another block at Temple ... had three points and an assist, block and steal in seven minutes vs. La Salle ... scored three points and blocked a shot in 15 minutes of DU's CBI game at Princeton ... did not play in 13 of the Dukes last 19 games.

High School
North Mecklenburg High School in Huntersville, N.C. (head coach Duane Lewis) ... averaged 18 points and 11 rebounds per game as a senior for North Carolina High School Athletic Association 4-A North Mecklenburg (18-8) ... was named 2009 first team MECA 7 and second team all-Mecklenburg by the Charlotte Observer ... was a multiple letterwinner at North Meck, where he averaged 17.0 points and 10.0 rebounds in helping the 24-6 Vikings to the Mecklenburg-Cabarrus 7 (MECA 7) regular season championship and a North Carolina 4A Sectional Championship as a junior ... posted a triple-double with 18 points, 10 rebounds and 10 blocked shots against Mallard Creek ... also had a "20-20" game as a junior with 20 points and a career-high 20 rebounds against West Charlotte ... scored a career high 27 versus Greensboro Page as a junior and matched that with 27 against Mallard Creek as a senior ... had 21 points and seven rebounds in leading North Meck to a 61-47 win over archrival Hopewell as a senior ... was named second team all-state and district 9 MVP by the North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association following his junior season ... ranked among North Carolina's 2008-09 preseason top 20 by scout.com and was named one of six "top performers" in addition to being the slam dunk contest winner at the Elite 75 Prep Camp held in October of 2008 in Gastonia, N.C. ... capped his career as one of 10 players selected to represent North Carolina in the Carolinas All-Star Basketball Classic in Socastee, S.C. in March of 2009 ... the Carolinas Classic annually matches all-stars from North Carolina against those from South Carolina ...ranked No. 188 on Hoop Scoop's list of the nation's top 1,000 seniors.

Played AAU ball for the United Celtics ... was born in Pensacola, Fla., but considers Pittsburgh to be his home ... attended elementary school less than five miles from the Duquesne campus, before moving to North Carolina in 2003 ... attended Philip Murray Elementary School in nearby Mt. Oliver prior to moving on to Linton Middle School in Penn Hills ... also attended Pittsburgh's Knoxville Middle School prior to his family's move South ... did not play organized basketball until the eighth grade ... received scholarship offers from Clemson, Charlotte and Purdue among others ... was listed as a three star recruit by scout.com ... was the first player in school history to wear jersey No. 0 ... underwent corrective eye surgery as an outpatient on August 12, 2010 ... was cleared to resume off-season conditioning on August 30 ... corporate communication major ... full name is Andre Abbie Marhold ... date of birth: 8/16/90.


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