DePaul has hired DeWayne Peevy as its athletic director to replace the retiring Jean Lenti Ponsetto.
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- 11/5W 72-54
- 11/6CHIW 84-55
- 11/8W 70-59
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- 11/16W 75-54
- 11/23W 72-67
- 11/26W 88-75
- 11/29W 73-68
- 12/4W 65-60
- 12/8L 74-69
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- 12/30L 74-66
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- 1/11L 74-67
- 1/1414L 79-75
- 1/185W 79-66
- 1/22L 83-68
- 1/25L 79-66
- 1/2910L 64-57
- 2/1L 76-72
- 2/4L 67-59
- 2/8L 76-72
- 2/1523L 93-64
- 2/1912L 91-71
- 2/22W 74-68
- 2/25L 78-67
- 2/29L 60-42
- 3/3W 69-68
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- 3/11W 71-67
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Canadian guard Karim Mane, considered a five-star prospect by ESPN's recruiting analysts, has elected to sign with an agent and keep his name in the 2020 NBA draft, he told ESPN on Thursday.
- DePaul taps UK deputy athletic director Peevy
- Touted Canadian guard Mane staying in NBA draft
- DePaul's Ponsetto retiring after 18 years as AD
- Guard Coleman-Lands transfers to Iowa State
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Jean Lenti Ponsetto, who played four sports at DePaul and has served as athletic director for the past 18 years, is retiring.
Guard Jalen Coleman-Lands, who averaged 11.1 points per game for DePaul last season, is joining Iowa State as a graduate transfer.
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DePaul guard Jalen Coleman-Lands was granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA on Wednesday.
Dave Leitao, who guided DePaul to a 16-16 record this season and has a 122-132 mark in eight overall seasons with the Blue Demons, has been extended through the 2023-24 season.
Paul Reed had 23 points and 12 rebounds and DePaul won its first Big East Tournament game since 2014 with a come-from-behind 71-67 over seventh-seeded Xavier in a first-round game on Tuesday night.
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A.J. Reeves led the starting five in double figures with 19 points, Nate Watson scored 18 and Providence decimated DePaul 93-55 on Saturday.
Charlie Moore scored DePaul's final four points at the free-throw line to lift the Blue Demons to a 69-68 win over Marquette on Tuesday night.
Jordan Tucker and Sean McDermott scored 13 points each and Butler beat DePaul 60-42 on Saturday night.
Xavier coach Travis Steele shows his players video of Buster Douglas overcoming a knockdown to upset Mike Tyson for the heavyweight title in 1990. They got the point.
Charlie Moore had 20 points as DePaul broke its eight-game losing streak, topping Georgetown 74-68 on Saturday night.
Saddiq Bey and Collin Gillespie each made five of Villanova's 18 3-pointers, and the 12th-ranked Wildcats used their long-range shooting to beat DePaul 91-71 on Wednesday night.
Ty-Shon Alexander matched his season high with 24 points in one of his best all-around games, and No. 23 Creighton blew out DePaul 93-64 on Saturday night.
Jahvon Blair scored a career-high 30 points and Georgetown rallied from 11-points down to beat DePaul 76-72 on Saturday, handing the Blue Demons their sixth straight loss.
KyKy Tandy scored 14 points, Paul Scruggs added 13 and Xavier beat DePaul 67-59 on Tuesday night.
Markus Howard returned to action and scored 31 points and Marquette beat DePaul 76-72 on Saturday in game the Blue Demons led most of the way.
LJ Figueroa scored a career-high 28 points as St. John's topped DePaul 79-66 on Saturday. Mustapha Heron added 20 points for the Red Storm.
Mitch Ballock hit five 3-pointers to reach 200 for his career and scored 19 points to lead a balanced attack in Creighton's 83-68 win over DePaul on Wednesday night.