P.J. Fulmore
P.J.  Fulmore


Pittsburgh, Pa.

High School:
North Catholic

Height / Weight:
5-7 / 205



@DuqFB Picks Up 28-23 Road Victory at Dayton

Dukes hang on for first triumph at Dayton since 2011


Dukes Kick Off 2017 Campaign at No. 4/6 South Dakota State

@DuqFB Seeks First Win over a Ranked FCS Opponent vs. Jackrabbits


@DuqFB Defeats Wagner 28-20

Kuntz ties sack record, Hines eclipses 1,000 yards


@ DUQFB Travels to William & Mary for First FCS Playoff Appearance

Dukes and Tribe to play at 3:30 on ESPN3


Duquesne Football to Host Saint Francis Nov. 21 With NEC Title on the Line

Winner of Dukes vs. Red Flash will secure automatic bid to FCS Championship


@DuqFB 31 - SHU 10

Duquesne football defeats Sacred Heart University 31-10 on Rooney Field


Duquesne 35 - Bryant 31

Duquesne football defeats Bryant 35-31 on Rooney Field


@DuqFB 31 - RMU 24

Duquesne football defeats Robert Morris 31-24 on Rooney Field


@DuqFB 30 - Bucknell 19

Duquesne football defeats Bucknell 30-19 in their home opener on Rooney Field.

As a Sophomore (2016)
  • Ranked second on team with 355 rushing yards and a pair of touchdowns
  • Tallied season-high 75 rushing yards to go with a touchdown vs. Robert Morris
  • Caught 13 passes for 124 receiving yards
  • Played in eight games
As a Freshman (2015)
  • Named NEC Rookie of the Week on Sept. 14
  • Third leading rusher with 429 yards on 79 carries for a 5.4 yards per carry average
  • Opened his collegiate career by rushing for 128 yards on 18 carries in a win over Kentucky Christian
  • Followed that the next week with 11 carries for 87 yards (7.9 ypc) and four first down runs in a win at Bucknell
  • Rushed 14 times for 63 yards in a win over Alderson Broaddus
  • Had 10 carries for 54 yards in the FCS Playoff game at William & Mary
  • Added five receptions for 21 yards, including three grabs for 20 yards at William & Mary
  • Played in 10 contests. 
Before Duquesne
  • Tallied over 1,500 yards rushing and rushed for 22 touchdowns as a high school senior
  • Also scored six receiving touchdowns
  • Has over 4,600 career rushing yards with 61 touchdowns
  • Was an All-State honoree and member of the Post-Gazette Fabulous 22
  • Was also named the conference MVP
  • Had five touchdowns in the first half versus Avella
  • Scored three times in the first quarter against Shenango
  • Scored the winning TD and two-point conversion in the state championship game
  • Led North Catholic to an 11-1 record and a 7-0 conference slate
  • Team won a state championship, a WPIAL title and three conference crowns during his career and also had an undefeated season
  • The Trojans were coached by Chris Lucas
  • Major: sports marketing
  • Date of birth: 5/11/97


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