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Patt McCloskey’s father is his assistant, but Ed McCloskey is still playing an instrumental role for the top-ranked Blue Devils.
Pitt, Duquesne and Robert Morris all bolster their rosters in an active Monday for signings and verbal commitments.
The 6-foot-9, 245-pound Maia, who led the Ivy League in rebounding the past three seasons, is eligible to play immediately.
Scott Barnes brings no shortage of confidence to the position, and while he has a basketball background, his focus is largely on football.
The Panthers standout was the 11th pick of the fourth round, No. 110 overall.
Clemmings slid to the third day of the draft despite some experts projecting him as a first-round selection.
A new league and high roster turnover has hurt Pitt basketball the past few years. Can the Panthers rekindle their earlier success?
Gibbs will join Pitt's five-player 2015 recruiting class to bring six new players to a team
His draft stock has fallen a bit recently, but offensive tackle T.J. Clemmings still seems primed to be the next high pick for the Panthers.
The former Utah State AD’s tenure will begin July 1.
Sterling Smith, a 6-4 shooting guard at Coppin State, averaged 13.9 points per game last season.
Barnes has served as the Aggies’ athletic director since 2008.
Two knee injuries kept Greg Romeus from realizing his NFL dreams, but the defensive end is hoping for another chance.
Just about everything about Pat Narduzzi’s first Blue-Gold spring game as Pitt coach went about as well as he could have hoped.
Panthers teammates will be on opposite sides of the field today at Highmark Stadium, making for what should be a competitive spring game.
Mike Caprara and Bam Bradley are competing for the “Money” outside linebacker spot this spring, one of the Panthers’ few position battles.
Pitt point guard Brianna Kiesel was selected by the Tulsa Shock with the 13th overall pick of the WNBA Draft Thursday night.
Three offensive stars end up on one team after draft was held for coach Pat Narduzzi’s first important step in his first season at the helm.
Tyrique Jarrett’s emergence at tackle should help Pitt’s defensive line become much bigger factor this fall.
Durand Johnson, who sat out the 2014-15 season, will not be reinstated to the program, but coach Jamie Dixon will aid his transfer.
The start time for the road game was not announced, only that it will be a night game.
Former Shady Side Academy standout Dennis Briggs has gone from offense to defense with the Panthers, and he’s fitting in well so far.
Henderson was the lone early enrollee in the Panthers’ 2015 recruiting class, but the extra time is helping him adjust to early troubles.
South Fayette product Challingsworth hoping to emerge as secondary option at wide receiver.