On Monday, Duquesne guard Mike Bekelja entered the transfer portal after playing two years with the program.
Bekelja is a 6-foot-1 guard from Solon, Ohio, who played in 36 games in two years, starting nine games. He totaled 33 points in his career, hitting 9 of his 37 field-goal attempts. His best stretch of this season came in late February, in which he had two games of five points against Rhode Island and Saint Bonaventure. He still has three years of eligibility remaining.
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Dukes getting ready for the biggest half of their season. Trying to snap a 16-game losing streak pic.twitter.com/Ba0l0gk0Bj
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Heading into next season, the Dukes have guards Kareem Rozier and Tre Clark joining the team. They are also currently recruiting Miami (Ohio) transfer guard Dae Dae Grant, Florida International transfer guard Tevin Brewer, Butler High School guard Devin Carney and Quaker Valley guard Adou Thiero.