Neither team shot well. Duquesne made 22 of 60 shots (36.7%) and Lipscomb made just 14 field goals in 48 attempts (29.2%).
The Dukes had an advantage in most other statistical categories, including 38-26 in points in the paint, 24-11 in points off turnovers and 12-4 in assists.
Ahsan Asadullah had 14 points for the Bisons (1-3).
Duquesne takes on Indiana State on Thursday. Lipscomb faces Belmont at home on Wednesday.
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