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UPDATE (9:30 PM)-
— RMU Hockey (@RMUWHockey) February 29, 2020
UPDATE (7:52 PM)-
**Central Valley 2021 athlete Ameer Dudley receives an offer tonight from the Air Force Academy.
— ameer dudley³ (@DudleyAmeer) February 29, 2020
UPDATE (3:50 PM)-
— John D Morgan III ™ (@K1NG__JAY) February 28, 2020
UPDATE (3:45 PM)-
**Pitt offered a talented in-state sophomore wide receiver today as Mehki Flowers from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania gets the offer. Flowers (6’1”, 185) is from Steelton-Highspire High School and holds offers from Penn State, Virginia Tech, West Virginia and Kent State.
Check out my highlight – https://t.co/h47dYdfzGD C/O 2022
— KI (@FlowersMehki) January 23, 2020
UPDATE (1:19 PM)-
**Congrats to Plum 2021 WR/LB Max Matolcsy who’s received an offer from Harvard. Matolcsy also holds offers from Army and Penn.
— Max Matolcsy (@MaxMatolcsy) February 28, 2020
UPDATE (12:46 PM)-
**The Duquesne Dukes 2020 football schedule is out and the non-conference portion of it will be challenging.
Duquesne 2020 Schedule:
September 5- at Air Force
September 12- at Youngstown State
September 19- at Coastal Carolina
September 26- Virginia University of Lynchburg (Home Opener)
October 3- at Central Connecticut*
October 10- Robert Morris*
October 17- at Wagner*
October 24- Sacred Heart*
October 31- LIU*
November 14- Bryant*
November 21- at St. Francis, PA
UPDATE (12:36 PM)-
It’s time to punch that ticket 🎫 and head to the ESPN300 camp! Special thanks to the elite Underclassmen Camp Staff and organization for the invite. I am very honored. ⭐️ @HamiltonESPN #ESPN300 pic.twitter.com/XbbjUItcjJ
— 𝙳𝚘𝚗𝚘𝚟𝚊𝚗 𝙼𝚌𝙼𝚒𝚕𝚕𝚘𝚗 ³ (@donovanmcmillo3) February 28, 2020
UPDATE (12:29 PM)-
Duquesne looks to sweep the Bonnies with A-10 Championship seeding implications on the line in the regular season finale on Saturday in Olean.
— Duquesne Women's Basketball (@DuqWBB) February 28, 2020
UPDATE (8:24 AM)-
Look who showed up for the WPIAL 1A championship. Kentucky coach John Calipari is cheering for Cornell. Says a lot about him that he would fly in just for his old high school coach. Cornell coach Bill Sacco was Calipari’s coach at Moon. pic.twitter.com/0VLO22UsXV
— Mike White (@mwhiteburgh) February 28, 2020
UPDATE (8:06 AM)–
**Pitt offers another tight end from the state of Texas. Thursday night, Tim Salem offered 2021 tight end Fernando Garza (6’5″, 240) from Katy High School and Katy, Texas. Garza also holds offers from Colorado, Houston, Iowa State, Kansas, SMU and Virginia Tech.