Duquesne Newstand

Today's news summary includes a couple more media reports concerning Stuard Baldonado's lawsuit; Duquesne's new assistant Greg Gary; Robert Morris's new head coach with STRONG Duquesne ties; and, a swimming recruit who said, "(DU) swim program was pretty good this year." Oh, and college coaches won't be getting thumb injuries this season.


Duquesne Newstand

Men's Basketball

Swimming

  • Wollenschlaeger signing with Division I Duquesne
    • Matt Wollenschlager, Trinity Catholic High School, Ocala, Fla.
        "I liked it up there," said Wollenschlaeger, who visited the Pittsburgh, Pa. campus during the brisk winter months. "The swim program was pretty good this year and it looked like a team I could fit in well on. Somewhere for me to work; good people to train with."

Other

  • West Virginia, Beilein agree on contract buyout
      "Former West Virginia basketball coach John Beilein will pay the university $1.5 million — $1 million less than called for in his contract — for taking the job at Michigan with five years remaining on his deal."
  • NCAA passes text messaging ban
      "The NCAA's board of directors approved a ban Thursday to eliminate all text messages from coaches to recruits beginning in August ... E-mails and faxes would still be permissible and subject to current NCAA guidelines."


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