PITTSBURGH -- — Tavian Dunn-Martin, who suddenly became Duquesne's lone starting guard hours before the game, scored 11 points as Duquesne narrowly beat Fordham 48-45 on Saturday.
Dunn-Martin was left alone at the starting guard spot after Maceo Austin and Sincere Carry each apparently stepped away from the program hours before the game. A third guard, Lamar Norman, entered the transfer portal Jan. 5.
Dunn-Martin played 35 minutes with 4-for-9 shooting, a dagger 3-pointer in the closing seconds, and assist and two steals against one turnover.
With the Dukes nursing a 44-42 lead. Dunn-Martin nailed a n open 3 after a kickout pass with 28 seconds left.
Michael Hughes had 14 rebounds and five assists for Duquesne (3-3, 2-2 Atlantic 10 Conference).
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