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 Louisville guard Chris Jones works around Pitt forward Jamel Artis in the first half Sunday at the Petersen Events Center.
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Louisville guard Chris Jones works around Pitt forward Jamel Artis in the first half Sunday at the Petersen Events Center.

No. 10 Louisville buries Pitt with hot shooting in ACC clash

Pitt’s strategy against the 10th-ranked Louisville Cardinals seemed to be simple – make them shoot from the outside, but it didn’t work.


 Pitt's Michael Young drives to the basket against Louisville's Chinanu Onuaku and Montrezl Harrell in the second half Sunday at Petersen Events Center.

Gene Collier: Don't expect much from Pitt vs. quality teams

The Panthers lost by double digits to a superior Louisville team on national television, as expected.



 New 49ers head coach Jim Tomsula is a 1985 graduate of Steel Valley High School.

Ironman legacy endures in new 49ers coach Jim Tomsula

The West Homestead native and Steel Valley High School graduate continues to carry on a tradition of Ironmen in the NFL.



 Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury gives up one of the seven goals he allowed Sunday night in the NHL All-Star Game at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio.

Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury takes All-Star Game jeers in stride

Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury had a rough night on the ice, including boos from the Columbus crowd, but enjoyed his All-Star weekend.



 Chicago's Duncan Keith scores against Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury in the NHL All-Star Game Sunday night in Columbus, Ohio.

All-Star Game notebook: Hometown favorite Ryan Johansen selected MVP

Perhaps he didn't have the best game Sunday night in Columbus, but Blue Jackets standout Ryan Johansen took home MVP honors.



 Lincoln Park’s Nelly Cummings drives to the basket Sunday against Chartiers Valley at Montour.

Pittsburgh Basketball Classic: Sidekicks help Chartiers Valley beat Lincoln Park

Star guard Matty McConnell was stellar again but it was his right-hand men who helped Chartiers Valley get past formidable foe Lincoln Park.



 Burrell's Alan Beattie, left, said he believes the top-seeded Buccaneers can win the WPIAL Class AA team title again.

High school wrestling notebook: New homes for team titles?

There could be some fresh faces and new teams taking home the gold in the WPIAL playoffs that begin this week.



 Sidney Crosby is tied for third in the NHL with 51 points, along with Penguins teammate Evgeni Malkin.

On the Penguins: The other race

The Penguins are chasing the Islanders, but they're also chasing a bit of history: another NHL scoring title.



 Marc-Andre Fleury, the lone Penguins representative, gave up seven goals in the second period for losing side Team Foligno in the NHL All-Star Game Sunday night.

Team Toews beats Team Foligno in NHL All-Star Game

Team Jonathan Toews beat Team Nick Foligno, 17-12, Sunday in the NHL All-Star Game.



 New Steelers defensive coordinator Keith Butler.

Defensive coordinator Butler taught intricacies to many, now gets chance to do more

Keith Butler always knew what to do on the field, and now brings that knowledge and leadership to the Steelers’ defensive coordinator role.


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The redshirt senior is heavily involved with issues on the Power 5 conference and NCAA levels, while on course to graduate in April.

Ron Cook: Pitt's Artie Rowell puts student-athletes in a good light

The redshirt senior is heavily involved with issues on the Power 5 conference and NCAA levels, while on course to graduate in April.



Pitt's Aron Phillips-Nwankwo takes the same motivation he has on the court and uses it to forge a rare career path for a college athlete.

Pitt walk-on Aron Phillips-Nwankwo has a story worth telling

Pitt's Aron Phillips-Nwankwo takes the same motivation he has on the court and uses it to forge a rare career path for a college athlete.

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Mario Lemieux: 30 years in Pittsburgh

Mario Lemieux has won the Stanley Cup as the Penguins' captain and owner.
This winter marks 30 years since Mario Lemieux first arrived in Pittsburgh. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is marking the milestone by publishing an eight-part special section on Lemieux's three decades in the city.

Chapter 1: 30 years in Pittsburgh

Chapter 2: Learning a new city

Chapter 3: The rise of 66

Chapter 4: Crises create deeper bond

Chapter 5: A fortune at stake

Chapter 6: The double life of 66

Chapter 7: A test of loyalty

Chapter 8: It's for them

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Pittsburgh woman auctioning trove of sports treasures

Dawn D’Alessandro’s step-grandfather spent years collecting memorabilia as a locker room equipment manager for the Steelers and Pirates.



Pirates drop infielder to make room for Jung Ho Kang

Jake Elmore is designated for assignment, and if he clears waivers the club has 10 days to make a move.


 


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RMU hockey teams prevail

The Colonials men edge Holy Cross, 2-1, while the women break out with six goals in the second period to rout Lindenwood, 7-1.



Big Ten sanctions continue to hurt Penn State

The NCAA lifted sanctions, but the Big Ten still imposes financial penalties on Penn State, which can't collect shared revenue from bowls.


 

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Golf pro born in Hampton dies in NYC traffic accident.

Wesley Mensing, 27, a New Jersey golf instructor, was struck by a vehicle while crossing a street Saturday night in New York City.


 

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