Snapshot: Connor Dixon

Conner Dixon has taken the long way from South Park High School to the South Side of Pittsburgh, arriving from Michigan State via Duquesne before finally making it to the Steelers' practice facility ...
May 31, 2012

More from Duquesne football's 2009 finale

Duquesne football's 2009 injury-filled season ended Saturday with a 20-0 loss to Bryant. Here is more information from this game.
November 21, 2009

Dave Williams Named NEC Co-Offensive POTW

PITTSBURGH - Duquesne junior receiver Dave Williams (Monroeville, Pa./Gateway/Michigan State) was named Northeast Conference Football co-Offensive Player of the Week for his performance in Duquesne's 24-19 season-opening win over Bucknell on Saturday.
September 8, 2009

Dukes Top Bucknell, 24-19, in Season Opener

With a bit less than a minute to go in the first half, starting senior QB Kevin Rombach called a timeout before a second down play. Junior Connor Dixon, who is recovering from shoulder surgery, came in and built on his teammate's start as Duquesne downed Bucknell, 24-19, in the season opener Saturday night at Rooney Field.
September 5, 2009

Dukes Lead Bucknell 17-13 at the Half

Duquesne's football team has a 17-13 lead over Bucknell after the first half of the season opener Saturday night at Rooney Field.
September 5, 2009

Dukes Open Football Sunday Aug. 9

Duquesne, which opens fall camp on Sunday, August 9, 2009, returns 16 starters - including a pair of All-Northeast Conference picks - from last year's 3-7 squad.
August 7, 2009

DU Football's Spring Game Saturday Afternoon

PITTSBURGH – The Duquesne football team concludes spring practice with the annual Red-Blue game on Saturday, April 25 at Rooney Field. The game, which will be broadcast live over the internet by Red Zone Media (, will kickoff at 2:45 p.m. The voice of Duquesne football, Alex Panormios, will call the action.
April 21, 2009

Dukes Knocked Down by Monmouth, 37-14

The Duquesne football team's 37-14 loss to Monmouth Saturday afternoon at Rooney Field completed the 2008 season, the first in which the Red and Blue competed in the Northeast Conference. The Dukes ended the year with an unusual losing season, 3-7, 2-5 in the NEC.
November 15, 2008