Duquesne visits St. Bonaventure at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Reilly Center.
Duquesne is led by guards Micah Mason (17.8 ppg) and Derrick Colter (17.7) ppg. The Dukes beat Bona last month, 95-88, but they have lost five straight.
Bona coach Mark Schmidt on the Dukes: "They're snake-bitten a little bit in the last four or five games. They played great against Rhode Island, played great against GW, lost in overtime to Massachusetts and lost by two to Dayton. They were up by 12. Really good guards. I think Mason might be playing the best of anybody in the league right now. He's shooting the ball at a high percentage, playing with a lot of confidence. Colter runs the show. Transition defense is huge against Duquesne. They beat us down there earlier in the year, and we couldn't control their guards. They're a really talented team that's really, really dangerous. We have to play our A game if we expect to win."