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Panthers suffer City Game defeat to Duquesne, 81-62

Junior center Cara Judkins (11) led Pitt with 13 rebounds against Duquesne.

By Dominic Campbell, Senior Staff Writer

November 24, 2019

Saturday's City Game didn’t resemble much of a rivalry, as Duquesne cracked open an early lead en route to a 81-62 victory over the Panthers.

Editorial: Religious universities need to meet their student bodies halfway

Duquesne University officials notified students organizing the Department of Women and Gender Studies’ gender-neutral fashion show of new restrictions to refrain from using gender-neutral language and photographs.

By The Pitt News Editorial Board

September 30, 2019

They have to be inclusive to their student body as a whole, not just those who are straight and cisgender.

No. 10 Pitt volleyball downs Duquesne, wins sixth straight

First-year setter Lexis Akeo (1) and junior Kayla Lund (23), pictured here against Duquesne on Sept. 7, led Pitt in assists and kills, respectively, against PSU.

By Alex Lehmbeck, Staff Writer

September 8, 2019

The Panthers (6-0) came into the Fitzgerald Field House Saturday night on fire before hosting the Dukes (2-6) in the final match of the Pittsburgh-hosted Champyinz Invitational. The first win was a 3-0 victory to Big 10 foe Ohio State at PPG Paints Arena on Friday night, followed by another 3-0 rout of Green Bay on Saturday afternoon.

Panthers handle Duquesne in City Game, 74-53

First-year guard Xavier Johnson scored 10 points during the Panthers' 74-53 victory over Duquesne in the City Game Friday night.

By Trent Leonard, Sports Editor

November 30, 2018

For the second straight year and 19th time in the past 21 meetings, the Pitt men’s basketball took down its crosstown rival Duquesne, 74-53, in the annual City Game Friday night at PPG Paints Arena.

Union supporters discuss intellectual property

Pitt Scholarly Communications Librarian Lauren Collister discusses the importance of funding to providing students with resources such as scholarly articles. (Photo by Divyanka Bhatia | Staff Photographer)

By Samuel Ruppert | For The Pitt News

March 21, 2018

The current campaign to create a faculty union at Pitt focuses on a host of issues, including job security, benefits and wages. Union supporters also want to figure out who owns the PowerPoints they make. A group of about 15 gathered in David Lawrence Hall Tuesday afternoon to have a panel discussion on int...

Duquesne claims City Game, defeats Pitt 66-53

Redshirt junior forward Yacine Diop scored 22 points in Pitt’s 66-53 loss to Duquesne on Thursday. (Photo by Thomas Yang | Senior Staff Photographer)

By Adin Link | Staff Writer

November 17, 2017

The Duquesne women’s basketball team claimed their fourth straight City Game Thursday night when they defeated Pitt, 66-53, in a back and forth battle. The Panthers (2-1) hosted the night’s Pittsburgh rivalry match against the Dukes (2-1), but there were unable able to claim their third win o...

GALLERY: Pitt vs. Duquesne City Game

John Hamilton | Senior Staff Photographer

By John Hamilton | Senior Staff Photographer

December 2, 2016


Robinson leads way, as Pitt wins another City Game

Robinson leads way, as Pitt wins another City Game

By Jasper Wilson / Senior Staff Writer

December 5, 2014

Derrick Colter and the rest of the players on Duquesne men’s basketball team thought they had James Robinson all figured out.Entering Friday night, the Pitt junior had faced the Dukes twice since his arrival in Oakland in the schools’ annual City Game meetings, not to mention numerous summer leagu...

Women’s Soccer: Turnover in overtime a gamechanger as Panthers lose to Dukes

Women's Soccer: Turnover in overtime a gamechanger as Panthers lose to Dukes

By Jeremy Tepper / Staff Writer

August 25, 2014

In a hard-fought, defensive battle, the Pitt women’s soccer team fell to Duquesne on a sudden-death goal — the only score of the match — after 104 minutes of play.The shutout loss moved the Panthers’ record to 1-1. It was their second game of the Steel City Classic, a four-team tournament tha...

Men’s Soccer: Solid in all areas, Pitt shuts out Duquesne in scrimmage

Men's Soccer: Solid in all areas, Pitt shuts out Duquesne in scrimmage

By Mark Powell / Staff Writer

August 25, 2014

The Pitt men’s soccer team ended its preseason on a high note, beating Duquesne in its final scrimmage.The 2-0 win on Sunday was the Panthers’ second victory in a row before their regular season opener, having beaten California University (Pa.) 3-0 last Wednesday after losing to Saint Francis (Pa.) 2-0...

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