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Duquesne wins opener on Canadian tour

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Marhold scores 21 in 99-64 win over Phase 1 Elite

TORONTO - Andre Marhold scored 15 of his game-high 21 points in the first half as Duquesne opened its Canadian tour with a 99-64 win over Phase 1 Elite at Newnham Sports Centre on the campus of Seneca College in Toronto.

B.J. Monteiro had 11 of his 15 in the opening half and Sean Johnson and freshman P.J. Torres added 11 each for the Dukes who led 52-24 at the half.

Phase 1, a team comprised of semi-professional players, jumped out to a 6-2 lead before Duquesne?s defensive pressure and seven points by Monteiro keyed a 36-11 run that put the Dukes up 38-13. DU was never threatened the rest of the way.

Torres provided spark off the bench with nine first half points. Eric Evans, who scored all seven of his points in the second half, led the Dukes with seven assists.

T.J. McConnell finished with eight points, four rebounds four assists and four steals.

Redshirt freshman Derrick Martin added eight points eight rebounds and

Jerry Jones had nine points and eight rebounds off the bench.

Six players hit at least one 3-pointer for the Dukes with Johnson and Jones making two each.

Duquesne faces Phase 1 Elite once again on Saturday at 1:00 before concluding the trip with back-to-back games against A-Game Hoops on Sunday at 2:00 and Monday at 7:00.

Audio of the games is being streamed live at RedZoneMedia.com with the Duquesne radio team of Ray Goss and Jarrett Durham describing the action.

There is also a link to the audio on GoDuquesne.com.

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