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The game, set for April 18 at Highmark Stadium, is free to the public.
Bam Bradley and Nicholas Grigsby are two of the contenders to fill the starting outside linebacker roles left open by graduates.
The cornerback learned from his mistakes last year and hopes those lessons will help him in his sophomore season.
Tyler Wilps of Pitt loses controversial 174-pound wrestling championship in final seconds.
The Archbishop Moeller (Ohio) quarterback also had offers from Cincinnati, Miami (Ohio), Ohio and Toledo.
Freshman offensive lineman Alex Bookser is trying to impress Pitt’s new coaching staff and earn a starting job in the process.
After reaching their first NCAA tournament for the first time since 2009, the No. 10-seeded Panthers ended their season with a 20-12 record.
Brianna Kiesel and the Panthers today play a storied NCAA program on its home floor, where championships were nearly a given every season.
Middle linebacker Matt Galambos finds himself a veteran of a young defense and is tasked to make strides as a leader.
Stasha Carey and Brianna Kiesel helped the Panthers beat Chattanooga in the first round.
NCAA women’s tournament: Pitt's Suzie McConnell-Serio is no stranger to life in the tournament, but her players certainly are.
Pitt’s Tyler Wilps and West Virginia’s Moisey rode an upset wave into the finals in St. Louis.
NCAA Women’s tournament roundup: The Blue Devils overcame 27 turnovers and have won their opener in each of their 22 appearances.
Haugton, who is 6-foot-9, was supposed to fill a role as a shot blocker and rebounder but never developed enough to merit any playing time.
The studio show will be aired in between games and at halftime of the NCAA third round games Saturday.
Star wideout Tyler Boyd is a given, but the question of who steps up alongside him for the Panthers could be answered by Dontez Ford.
One teenager at the NCAA tournament Thursday at Consol Energy Center had a better reason than most to take in the games.
Though coach Jamie Dixon says defensive and rebounding issues were big problems for the Panthers, a lackluster offense deserves some blame.
Upsets happen each year in the NCAA men’s tournament, but fans have never seen the stunner of all shockers — a No. 16 seed beating a No. 1.
The local products — who wrestle at Pitt, Edinboro and Penn State — return as high seeds, but are hoping for a better result this year.
Tickets for the Panthers’ first-round game Saturday against Chattanooga are available for $25 through Pitt’s ticket office.
Panthers junior Chad Voytik and offensive coordinator Jim Chaney hope to develop a rapport in the spring that leads to wins in the fall.
Pitt-Tennessee football series will bring together teams with one key common denominator, former coach Johnny Majors.
Pitt’s season came to an unceremonious end Tuesday night as the Panthers lost to George Washington, 60-54, in an NIT first round game.
The most recent time Pitt and George Washington met on the basketball court was 1982, when Pitt was still a member of the Eastern 8.
Paul answers readers’ questions to help them fill out their March Madness brackets, plus a few questions about Pitt in the NIT.
Corey Manigault, 6-9, also had offers from VCU, Maryland and Georgetown, among others.
The Pitt women's basketball team earned a bid to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2009.
The Panthers had their first spring practice under new coach Pat Narduzzi.
The Panthers will play No. 5 seed George Washington (21-12) on Tuesday at the Petersen Events Center in a first-round game.
One of the looming questions is how quickly QB Chad Voytik can pick up a new offensive scheme.
As Pitt prepares for an NIT bid, coach Jamie Dixon and players hope the postseason will be a learning experience.
Pat Narduzzi will try to channel his passion into success as he opens spring practice Sunday as a head coach for the first time.
While the Panthers await to learn their postseason fate, coach Jamie Dixon reflects on a disheartening season.
After an early ACC tournament exit and a four-game losing streak, Pitt is trying to piece together how their season turned sideways.
Opponents with speed — especially in the backcourt — tortured the Panthers all season. It happened again Wednesday night against N.C. State.
The NCAA announced that a limited number of tickets are on sale for second- and third-round games next Thursday and Saturday.
NC’s Anthony Barber, scoring a career-high 34 points, was just too much for the Panthers to handle from start to finish.
Paul takes your questions today live from Greensboro, N.C., site of the ACC Tournament and Pitt’s game tonight against N.C. State.
Though N.C. State presents a matchup problem for the Panthers, Pitt will fight for redemption in an ACC tournament matchup.
Panthers approach tournament as a clean slate, but the path will be difficult to get hot and get on a roll.
Coach Jamie Dixon and Panthers will try to put three consecutive losses behind them before the ACC tournament begins this week.
The NCAA tournament celebration is set to begin, but dark clouds of controversy are swirling above.
Three Panthers wrestlers win individual titles and the team finishes second at the ACC championships at Petersen Events Center.
The Panthers will have the 2015 spring football game at Highmark Stadium in Station Square after one was not held a year ago.
Pitt's top wrestlers are happy to have the ACC championships on campus at Petersen Events Center, where they want to make a big splash.
After the Panthers’ latest performance, they need to focus on securing a good seed in the NIT, as that may be slipping away.
Deflated after back-to-back losses, Pitt looks to finish regular season with a victory against Florida State.
Pitt coach Jamie Dixon expected the Panthers defense to be much better at this point in the year.
Six of the findings were negative and two were positive, including compliance with NCAA bylaws covering athlete eligibility, financial aid.