PITTSBURGH — On Wednesday night, Duquesne fell to Princeton 70-67 in a nail biter.
The Dukes trailed by as many as nine points in the second half, but battled back behind strong offensive performances from Jimmy Clark III and Dae Dae Grant. With less than 10 seconds to go, Duquesne had the ball and trailed by just one point with a chance to win the game on the final possession. However, after Clark found Fousseyni Drame cutting down the right side, Drame missed a game-winning floater attempt. Princeton hit two free throws after grabbing the rebound and clinched the win, 70-67.
Hear from Keith Dambrot, as well as Kareem Rozier after the loss.