September 20, 2008
- Duquesne after top uncommitted senior
- Hit and run
- The schedule was released Wednesday and there were no surprises. The Panthers will lose "money" games against N.C. State (ACC), Minnesota (Big Ten), South Florida (Big East) and Duquesne (Atlantic 10).
- PT hires Serio to be girls' coach
- Coaching passion leads Serio to PT
- Pete Serio, whose wife is wife is current Duquesne University women's coach and WPIAL Hall of Famer Suzie McConnell-Serio, received another opportunity to coach a talented squad when he was named Peters Township's varsity girl's basketball head coach ... Serio lives in Upper St. Clair, where his son Pete is a starter on the boys basketball team ... Dad coached his son Pete's AAU basketball team - the Pittsburgh Rain - over the past two summers.
- PT hires Serio as head coach
- The couple made news in February of 1996, when the two were coaching at Oakland Catholic. Suzie McConnell-Serio was nine months pregnant with her daughter Mandy. Her water broke during the game and she left for the hospital at the end of the third quarter. Her husband finished coaching the game and then went to the hospital immediately after it ended.
- Dukes' first Northeast game vs. familiar foe
- Flash gear up for aerial attack
- Trib pregame notes
- Dayton thrives despite lack of athletic scholarships
- Newsmaker: Dan McCarthy
- Has returned to Duquesne as director of recreation at Power Recreation Center. He manages programming and operations for intramural sports, club sports, fitness, wellness programs and special events.
- KNUS's 'Artificial Turf' a sports-talk winner
- Each week, (Denver) KNUS sports director Bill Rogan -- a Duquesne University grad, sports history geek, and deft needler -- hangs out behind the mic for three hours with pals who crack wise about football, baseball, basketball, high school sports, and even horse racing.
- Blind Athlete Set To Run The Great Race
- Tom Bergander ... For Tom, a lifetime of blindness hasn't meant life on the sidelines. An attorney for a downtown law firm, he's a regular fixture at Duquesne Duke basketball and Pirate games, but he's also made athletics integral to his own life.