Pitt catches Virginia when the No. 9 Cavaliers are playing their best basketball this season.
Pitt’s 2016 recruiting class plugged some roster holes, but the Panther coaches already have their work cut out for 2017.
Pitt wants to avoid a slow start and slow pace against No. 9 Virginia, but coach Jamie Dixon says that is easier said than done.
Keith Starr, Kirk Bruce and Mickey Martin go in together as members of impressive 1973-74 team.
North Carolina coach Roy Williams said the feature sends a bad message to college kids uncertain with their decision to stay or go.
Defensive back Damar Hamlin from Central Catholic is the Pitt recruit most likely to make an immediate impact.
Coach Pat Narduzzi dubbed the 25-player recruiting class “a big building block” toward his ultimate goals at Pitt.
Schools spend millions of dollars on lavish amenities to try to top their rivals in a battle for high-profile recruits.
The defensive end missed two full seasons in 2012 and 2014 due to injury.
The Panthers are still searching for a signature win, but that won’t be easy to come by Saturday at home against the ninth-ranked Cavaliers.
Blue-chip defensive back Damar Hamlin chose Pitt over Penn State and Ohio State, joining Clairton receiver Aaron Mathews.
Pitt heads into signing day with 22 players verbally committed to sign their national letters of intent.
Pitt faces seven ACC opponents this month, and four currently are ranked in the Associated Press Top 25.
The defensive back had dozens of scholarship offers from colleges, and his other finalists were Penn State and Ohio State.
Mathews is listed as a three-star athlete on Rivals.com.
Winfree, rated as a four-star prospect on Rivals.com, is a junior college product out of Coffeyville Community College in Kansas.
The Panthers have the third-best record in the ACC but are still lacking a quality win on their resume.
Stasha Carey’s late layup lifts Panthers past Clemson; the Dukes extend their road winning streak by beating VCU.
Pitt has a nearly a week to prepare for a huge home game Saturday against No. 11 Virginia.
The Panthers have trailed by double-digit points in their past three games and are hoping to get off to a better start against Virginia
These days, Dick Groat and Bill Hillgrove call Pitt basketball games together, but the latter still remembers when the former was a star.
Sophomore Ryan Luther is playing more often for Pitt after improving his defense.
In two of their past three games, the Panthers have fallen into deficits that have proven insurmountable.
The Colonials are back in the loss column after a blowout defeat at Mount St. Mary’s.
The Tigers built a 14-point halftime lead and then never trailed in the second half, cruising to a win against the Panthers at home.
The Tigers’ ‘home’ games have different look, feel this season as they open eyes around the ACC with their strong play.
Pitt forward Sheldon Jeter, who missed the Florida State game Saturday because of a concussion, is scheduled to practice today.
Pitt will close the 2016 regular season at home Nov. 26 against Syracuse.
Amir Watts, a Chicago native who is 6 feet 3 and 275 pounds, chose Pitt over offers from Penn State, Nebraska and Missouri among others.
Beyond the Panthers’ star trio of Mike Young, Jamel Artis and James Robinson, the team’s role players have also helped it succeed.
The Panthers finally broke their six-game losing skid to start conference play, while the West Virginia women also rolled to a victory.
Jamel Artis scored 16 points and hit a big 3-pointer to lift Pitt to a 74-72 win over the Seminoles today at the Donald L. Tucker Center.
Jeter is averaging 8.1 points and 5.4 rebounds per game.
Panthers face a Florida State team today that uncharacteristically is leaning on its perimeter players.
The ACC coaches all agree their conference is a battle night in and night out, with very little separation from top to bottom.
The Colonials took down hapless Central Connecticut State, but the Penn State men and Pitt women fell short of victories Thursday.
The Panthers’ home defeat to N.C. State highlighted their issue against physical frontcourts yet again.
Panthers athletic director Scott Barnes outlines goals for the future of the programs in town hall event.
Point guard Anthony “Cat” Barber scored 31 points and had eight assists to lead the North Carolina State to a 78-61 blowout win over Pitt.
Many familiar faces will dot N.C. State’s lineup tonight when the Wolfpack and their guard-oriented offense visit Pitt.
Maverick Rowan will play against Pitt, the school to which he first committed, for the first time tonight when N.C. State comes to town.
Brenna Wise had 14 points and Cassidy Walsh added 11, but the Panthers couldn’t overcome the Seminoles at home.
The Panthers dispatched Boston College Saturday and their next game Tuesday is against another team without a league win: N.C. State.
Hard-working coach’s son Robby Carmody is only a sophomore, but has offers from Pitt, Penn State and Duquesne, plus other coaches calling.
The Panthers welcomed last-place Boston College to the Petersen Events Center, took an early five-point lead and really never looked back.
Home game vs. lowly Boston College gives Pitt a chance to bounce back fast after big loss at Louisville.
The Panthers were held to a season low in points scored and it was just the second time this season they scored fewer than 60 points.
The Panthers and Cardinals have both benefited from graduate transfers, and the two will meet tonight in a key early season ACC matchup.
Leading Division I in free-throw shooting pays off for Panthers, especially of late.
Schedule will include home games against Youngstown State, Oklahoma State and Rice and a Sept. 9 game at Penn State.