The Nittany Lions (16-2-1) earned the top spot this week in the USCHO.com poll after sweeping Michigan State for two wins this past weekend.
With Young struggling with an eye injury and Luther out, Pitt faces N.C. State at far less than full strength
Timing bad, too, because Wolfpack star guard Dennis Smith Jr. fits mold of the kind of player that has plagued Pitt this season.
Panthers coach said the swelling in his senior forward’s right eye has decreased “considerably” since Saturday’s loss to Miami.
Look for Pitt to hire its next athletic director by the spring, but acting AD Randy Juhl will not be a candidate for the position.
The Panthers’ success Tuesday night at N.C. State could be dictated by whether Michael Young’s new face guard arrives in time.
Matty McConnell’s career-high four 3-pointers weren’t enough in Robert Morris’ defeat at Wagner.
A few days after blowing out top-ranked Baylor, the Mountaineers almost suffered a shocking defeat to struggling Texas.
Jim Larranaga’s connection to Cuban culture has played key role in Hurricanes’ development as a basketball program, too.
Coming off a career-best and one 3-pointer shy of a Panthers-high scoring performance, Jamel Artis and Kevin Stallings would prefer a win.
Sydney Bordonaro has overcome an injured shoulder and a broken nose, and is now a spark plug in her team’s turnaround.
Kemerer wrestles at Iowa, Rowan plays basketball at North Carolina State and Bartoszewicz plays basketball at Mount Union.
Seton-LaSalle grads Dale Clancy and Levi Masua continue to play together at Pitt-Johnstown.
Second-half ineffectiveness brought upon Robert Morris’ third loss in four games, 77-57 against Saint Francis at the Sewall Center Thursday.
Freshman running back A.J. Hines had plenty of surreal experiences over the weekend thanks to his tremendous first season at Duquesne.
West Virginia (14-2, 3-1) started the second half with an 11-3 run and kept pouring it on as they easily defeated No. 1 Baylor.
The Cardinal’s pressing defense will provide a stern challenge for senior with relatively little experience at such a key position.
Juhl also served as interim AD in 2015, after Steve Pederson was fired in December and before Scott Barnes was hired in April.
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The Orange averaged 1.24 points per possession Saturday against the Panthers.
Pitt struggled to find its shot, making just 35.1 percent of its field goals and falling behind quickly in a 77-66 loss to Syracuse.
The AD said he wishes he could stay in Pittsburgh longer, but his daughter’s health concerns take precedent.
The Panthers have had the formula to crack Syracuse’s 2-3 zone of late and new coach Kevin Stallings hopes to tap into that success.
Joining Browne as early enrollees are QB Kenny Pickett, OL Jerry Drake Jr., DL Deslin Alexandre and Australian punter Kirk Christodoulou.
There’s a pretty simple reason why Pitt can’t routinely land high-end talent, one that has little to do with the institution itself.
There’s plenty of competition among the Mizias, with Francis leading the way.
Dunn plays basketball at Youngstown State, Appleby plays basketball at IUP and Chishko wrestles at Virginia Tech.
The Panthers play an exciting brand of basketball and are a really fun team to watch right now.
Duquesne played the Rams evenly until VCU started to force ball against a Duquesne weakness..
Former Pitt coach brings his TCU team to Morgantown for a Big 12 showdown with West Virginia.
The Panthers used some clutch 3-pointers in overtime and never looked back to knock off the Cavaliers for their first ACC win.
The Nittany Lions are optimistic, will turn their eyes toward 2017 after a heartbreaking Rose Bowl loss.
The Panthers are 0-4 against the Cavaliers since joining the ACC in 2013.
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Penn State players are aware of the history surrounding the Rose Bowl, which they will play in today.
In the Nittany Lions’ biggest win of the season, their 24-21 upset of Ohio State, they sacked Buckeyes quarterback J.T. Barrett six times.
Senior stars Mike Young and Jamel Artis each had 25 points, but a 3-pointer with from Notre Dame's Steve Vasturia handed Pitt a 78-77 loss.
Despite winning the Big Ten, the Nittany Lions were left out of College Football Playoff in favor of Washington.
Some believe the ACC is capable of sending a record number of teams to the NCAA tournament.
Emile Blackman scored 17 points and Mike Lewis II added 15 to help the visiting Dukes edge Fordham, 75-72.
Washington is caught swimming against the Tide of Alabama’s recent success in the national championship, but it believes they have a shot.
Robert Morris (11-6-3) has now won back-to-back Three Rivers Classic titles and three of five since the event started in 2012.
James Franklin came close to coaching in the Rose Bowl 19 years ago, he was just a few weeks too late.
Pitt is 11-2, which is a pretty good start to any season, but the Panthers still have a lot to prove.
The senior missed Wednesday’s game against Marshall with a right foot injury.
As Pitt’s seniors lamented a sour end to their careers, coach Pat Narduzzi has high hopes for some of his young returning players.
Four former high school teammates will be among a WPIAL contingent squaring off for a national championship.
Refusing to give up on his basketball dream, Tre McKeithen has earned a spot on the men’s team.
Robert Morris (10-6-3) will play No. 13 Quinnipiac for the tournament championship at 7:30 p.m. on Friday.