Monthly Archives: January 2013

Most Dominant Wrestler Award

The NCAA has released standings for the 2013 NCAA Most Dominant Wrestler Award and most falls and tech falls in Divisions I, II and III.  A minimum of 14 matches are required to be eligible for the Most Dominant Wrestler … Continue reading

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WEEK 1 This Years NCAA Draft Eligible Quarterback prospects PART 1

Each week I will be previewing players at a certain position and how their college careers have lead them to be prospects for the NFL draft in April.  This week we are going to start with everyones favorite position, the … Continue reading

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Battle of the Crampers (Duquesne tennis)

Last Friday the Duquesne Dukes took on non-conference rival James Madison University.       The match was played at the Dukes new home facility, “ATP” Alpha Tennis Professionals. This was the Dukes first match at their new home courts … Continue reading

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The Girl That Never Was

Manti Te’o, Notre Dames linebacker, was in for a surprise earlier this month. On January 16th it came out that Te’o’s alleged girlfriend was indeed a fake. He and Lennay had met online. They spoke with one another, but had … Continue reading

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Opening weekend recap

The Dukes concluded their weekend with a heartbreaking 4-3 loss to Wright State of Dayton Ohio. Coach Camillo had this to say about the match against WSU “We came out and battled hard. We lost a tough doubles point which … Continue reading

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Duquesne Tennis opening weekend

The Duquesne men’s tennis team led by captains Max Rubin, Peter Carpenter, and Ben Klaas begin there descent to Kentucky at 11am Tomorrow afternoon. The preparation leading up to the opener has been grueling. Head Coach of the Dukes Joe … Continue reading

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