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Pitt sophomore guard Clark says he's transferring

| Monday, March 13, 2017, 7:18 p.m.
Chaz Palla | Tribune-Review
Pitt's Crisshawn Clark scores past Cameron Johnson during a scrimmage Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016 at Petersen Events Center.

The Pitt basketball team lost the second member of its 2016 recruiting class when sophomore guard Crisshawn Clark announced on his Twitter account his intention to transfer.

Clark, a 6-foot-4 transfer, missed the entire season with MCL and meniscus tears in his left knee. He also injured that knee the previous year at Canada (Calif.) College.

Pitt granted Clark his release with the provisions that he cannot transfer to another ACC school or any team on any upcoming schedules.

With the loss of Clark and point guard Justice Kithcart, who was dismissed by coach Kevin Stallings near the end of the season, only forward Corey Manigault remains from Pitt's most recent class. Stallings has seven commitments in the Class of 2017.

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