By Jerry DiPaola
Darkness blanketed the North Shore just before midnight, but Pitt freshman Patrick Amara and teammates Isaac Bennett and Kevin Weatherspoon walked the streets, looking to ...
Pitt notebook: Defense shows up in scrimmage By Jerry DiPaola
Pitt offensive coordinator Jim Chaney had no excuses for his unit Saturday after the second scrimmage of the spring. He just told the truth.
“Our defense showed up and thumped us today,” he said. “They played with more energy throughout the whole day than we did. They came out with a ...
Pitt baseball enjoying rise in expectations By John Harris
The Pitt baseball team is experiencing an unprecedented rise in expectations as the program continues to attract more talented players as a second-year ACC member.
Pitt adds quarterback recruit from Cincinnati By Jerry DiPaola
Thomas MacVittie played wide receiver last season for Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati, but his coach, John Rodenberg, said he would have started at quarterback for most of the teams on his schedule.
Pitt’s coaches clearly agree.
Pitt received its first commitment from a Class of 2016 quarterback Thursday when MacVittie ...
Firm compiling list of candidates for Pitt AD position By Jerry DiPaola
DHR International, the search firm helping Pitt find its next athletic director, is compiling a list of candidates and will present it to the 14-member search committee in early April, university spokesman Ken Service said.
Service said there is no timetable for naming a replacement for former athletic director Steve Pederson, ...
Pitt lands Upper St. Clair tackle By Jerry DiPaola
Upper St. Clair offensive lineman Brandon Ford could have waited several months before making a verbal commitment to college, perhaps attracting more offers in the process.
But he didn’t want his future to get in the way of his present.
That is why he called Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi on Sunday and ...
Pitt’s Welch dismissed from team By Karen Price
Pitt sophomore guard Chelsea Welch is no longer with the team, coach Suzie McConnell-Serio confirmed Sunday.
Welch, who was missing from the bench for Saturday’s first-round NCAA Tournament game, was dismissed following the Panthers’ loss to Virginia Tech in the ACC Tournament for an unspecified violation of team rules.
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