By Jerry DiPaola8:09 p.m.
Pitt officially named Scott Barnes as its new athletic director Friday. Barnes, who has been athletic director at Utah State since 2008, will be introduced …
Pitt lands shooting guard from Coppin State By John Harris8:09 p.m.
For 6-foot-4 shooting guard Sterling Smith, Pitt offered an opportunity to play quality minutes for a proven winner and do what he does best: shoot the 3-pointer. “I felt like Pitt wanted me the most and needed me the most,” said Smith, a junior who visited four schools before deciding …
Norwin’s Gribble switches commitment to Pitt By Bill Hartlep
Norwin junior basketball player Alayna Gribble had a change of heart Wednesday, deciding to rescind her verbal commitment to William & Mary and commit to Pitt.
“It was closer to home,” she said. “I wanted to play at a higher level. Also, I realized I wanted to study something science related ...
Narduzzi embraces past rivalries, but new AD will decide about Backyard Brawl By Jerry DiPaola
Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi said the Panthers will “embrace future and past rivalries” but deferred further comment on possible resumption of the Pitt-West Virginia Backyard Brawl until Pitt hires an athletic director.
“That’s something the new AD will have to answer,” Narduzzi said Wednesday. “We will have those conversations when he ...
Stakes raised for Pitt spring game By Jerry DiPaola
Walking off the field after practice, Pitt offensive left tackle Adam Bisnowaty couldn’t resist the opportunity to throw a dagger at the enemy quarterback.
“Chad, you’re ...
Top 30 guard shooting Heron decommits from Pitt By Staff Report
Mustapha Heron, a 6-foot-5 guard from Waterbury (Conn.) Sacred Heart who made a verbal commitment to Pitt in January 2014, has re-opened his recruitment.
Heron, whose father, Bryan, played professionally with former Pitt assistant Barry Rohrssen (now at St. John’s), is ranked the No. 23 prospect in the Class of ...
Nice meal on line in Pitt spring game By Jerry DiPaola
Senior defensive end Ejuan Price meant business Wednesday when he showed up for Pitt’s first spring game draft wearing a jacket, dress shirt and tie.
“I wanted to let them know we’re all business,” he said. “We’re not playing around. I want a steak.” Now we know the reason behind ...
Pitt’s Johnson leaves men’s basketball team By John Harris
Pitt forward Durand Johnson, who was being counted on to provide perimeter shooting and veteran leadership as a returning senior, is leaving the program.
Johnson missed ...
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