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Six of the findings were negative and two were positive, including compliance with NCAA bylaws covering athlete eligibility, financial aid.
The Panthers approach their ACC tournament opener tonight against Virginia Tech as if they still have work to do for NCAA tournament bid.
Women’s basketball roundup: The Hokies score with 0.5 seconds left to advance to play Pitt in ACC tournament second round.
Miami spoiled the occasion by beating Pitt and virtually ended the Panthers' hopes of gaining an at-large bid into the NCAA tournament.
Though Pitt’s seniors could return to Petersen Events Center in an NIT game, they hope that won’t be the case.
Pitt senior Ray Vinopal was not invited to the NFL Scouting Combine last month, but he wowed scouts Tuesday at Pitt’s pro day.
Panthers senior guard Cameron Wright is a standout off the court, too, excelling in the classroom all five years at Pitt.
Panthers point guard Brianna Kiesel capped off a remarkable senior year by making the All-ACC first team.
Paul takes your questions on the Panthers -- who have plenty of questions themselves heading into the postseason.
Crushing loss Sunday to Wake Forest knocks Panthers down a peg, but they are still optimistic that they can finish strongly.
In just her second year with the Panthers, McConnell-Serio has guided the women's basketball team to a surprising 19-10 overall record.
Star guard Brianna Kiesel was the focal point going into Pitt’s senior day, and not much changed once the game started.
Pitt’s NCAA tournament chances took a huge hit Sunday as the Panthers blew a nine-point second-half lead.
The Panthers have played at every ACC court except for one, and that will change tonight when the Panthers visit Lawrence Joel Coliseum.
Winter workouts give Pitt players a chance to work with their new coaches, and coaches aren’t afraid to make those players uncomfortable.
Pitt’s ability to take care of the ball and pass well helped set a late-season surge in motion.
Jamie Dixon says the senior class of Cam Wright, Derrick Randall and Aron Phillips-Nwankwo does not get the recognition it deserves.
Senior guard Brianna Kiesel scored 27 points, but the Fighting Irish cruised behind hot shooting at home.
An area of weakness most of the season, Pitt got some offensive production from its frontcourt in a win Tuesday against Boston College.
Pitt entered Tuesday needing to win its final four games of the season to lock down a spot in the NCAA tournament.
Paul takes your questions on the Panthers, who must finish the season strong to secure an NCAA Tournament bid.
The Panthers overcame a 10-point deficit and won in overtime the first time they met the Eagles this season in Chestnut Hill, Mass.
Clairton HIgh School dismissed from the team, other eligible players decide not to come back.
Titus Howard, a defensive back, was suspended for the entire 2014 season for disciplinary reasons.
Despite a quality road victory at Syracuse, the Panthers feel they need to boost their NCAA tournament resume down the stretch.
Pitt needed a good road win to add to its NCAA Tournament resume and Saturday the Panthers got it.
The Panthers know what they are getting in the matchup today against the Orange — a zone defense that is tough to break.
T.J. Clemmings switch from defense to offensive tackle at Pitt likely to pay biggest dividend in NFL draft.
Pitt coach Jamie Dixon believes the Panthers’ issues on the road are a result of their inconsistent defense.
Star guard Brianna Kiesel led the way for the Panthers again Thursday night in a comeback victory over Virginia at Petersen Events Center.
While the Panthers have improved their NCAA tournament chances in recent weeks, they still have a lot of work to do.
Paul takes your questions on the Panthers who are headed toward the home stretch of regular season ACC play.
With just one road win this season, the Panthers are running out of opportunities to impress the NCAA tournament selection committee.
The situation was ripe for Panthers to gain a NCAA-sealing victory, but Virginia and its stifling defense had other ideas.
Here are the NFL Scouting Combine participants from Pitt, Penn State and West Virginia ...
The Cavaliers used their strong half-court man-to-man defense to stifle the Panthers' offense for large stretches.
The Panthers need to be even better than they were Saturday against No. 12 North Carolina if they want to take down the No. 2 Cavaliers.
Tonight could be Pitt’s last chance at getting the win it needs most to shore up its NCAA tournament resume.
Jamie Dixon’s Pitt team followed one of its most disheartening stretches of the season in its loss to Louisville with a dominating victory.
Brianna Kiesel led the way once again with 22 points as the Panthers suffocated the Demon Deacons on the road.
The Panthers were sizzling hot for most of the game as they were shooting better than 65 percent from both the field and the 3-point line.
Pitt has struggled rebounding the ball, which is bad news with a tall North Carolina team coming to town.
You could forgive Suzie McConnell-Serio for wanting just one night off.
Tony Dorsett knows that much of his life now will be difficult and nothing like he envisioned it while starring at every level of football.
Jamie Dixon is tired of excuses, insisting the Panthers can beat good teams, but just need to execute better.
Panthers have back-to-back games with last-place teams in ACC, but might not have standout guard Brianna Kiesel.
Senior guard Brianna Kiesel, nagged by a left wrist injury, scored 21 points to help the Panthers beat the woeful Hokies at home.
With injured Cam Wright unable to play, the Panthers run out of gas in the second half and falls to the Cardinals, 69-56
Paul takes your questions on the Panthers who tip off tonight in a huge conference game against Louisville.
Coach Jamie Dixon and his players attribute blowout loss Jan. 25 to allowing Cardinals to get into early groove.