The Colonials picked up 30 points in the final 20 minutes of play after being held to 18 points in the first half but could not complete the comeback.
Sophomore guard Maceo Jack put together a 28-point performance in the losing effort, going 5-for-8 from the three-point line to lead the Colonials.
The Colonials’ 195.325 team score marks GW’s third consecutive meet finishing with at least 195 points.
The Colonials are coming off a rough stretch of two straight 20-point losses where the squad shot less than 40.0 percent in both contests.
Richmond scores an average of 52.1 points per game while shooting 26.4 percent from three-point range, second worst in the conference.
The Golden Bears netted 10 goals in the first 30 minutes of play against the Colonials, squashing GW’s chance at a second-half comeback.
The Colonials trailed by one point to Duquesne at halftime, but the Dukes responded with a 42-point second half to take the win.
The Colonials went through eight different arms on the mound and connected on seven hits through nine innings of play.
Senior guard Mei-Lyn Bautista has missed the last two contests due to a possible concussion.
The Colonials snatched a 55–54 win over the Dukes on the road earlier this season, but Duquesne very nearly took the game after roaring back from a slow start with a 31-point fourth quarter.