According to CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein, Duquesne has added a game to its schedule for next season against Hofstra.
Source: Duquesne will host Hofstra as part of its 21-22 non-conference schedule. Game is set for November 13th.
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Hofstra finished last season with a record of 13-10, including 8-6 in Colonial Athletic Association play. Hofstra will have a new head coach this season as former Hofstra star Speedy Claxton takes over for longtime head coach Joe Mihalich. The Pride will losing their top two leading scorers in Jalen Ray (19.3 pts/game) and Tareq Coburn (15.1) to graduation.
Last season, Hofstra finished No. 190 in the final Ken Pom Rankings.
The Dukes wrapped a hectic 2020-21 season with a 9-9 record, while going 7-7 in Atlantic 10 play.