Stuard Baldonado, one of five Duquesne players injured in an on-campus shooting 15 months ago, joined the Miami Tropics professional team in November, and played with the Tropics this week in FIBA competition. He won't have a chance to play college basketball but remains connected to DU. Earlier this year, Baldonado sued Duquesne because of the shooting and its effect on his earning capacity.
December 14, 2007
PITTSBURGH - Head men's basketball coach Ron Everhart announced Tuesday that he has indefinitely suspended junior forward Stuard Baldonado from the basketball team after being informed that Baldonado has been suspended from the university due to an apparent violation of the Duquesne University code of student rights, responsibilities and conduct.
September 4, 2007
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.
April 27, 2007
The lead story in Thursday's newstand is an Associated Press update on Duquesne's program. This report indicates that Stuard Baldonado "... seems unlikely to play this season ..." News on a soccer recruit, a tennis prospect, a study that indicates if you had trouble with math, you probably were happy and confident, ...
October 19, 2006