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Panthers’ mascot ROC dances on Heinz Field during Pitt’s game against Georgia Tech Sept. 15, 2018.

Pitt sports-themed cards to give your Valentine

By TPN Staff February 14, 2020
Woo your crush on Valentine's Day with one of our custom-themed cards, which include Pitt sports figures ranging from Roc to Heather Lyke.
ACC Tournament

Panthers’ season ends in 72-60 loss vs. UNC at ACC Tournament

By Steve Rotstein | Sports Editor March 2, 2017

In last year’s ACC Tournament, North Carolina’s Jamie Cherry tried her best to spoil the Pitt women’s basketball team’s season, but the Panthers prevailed. This time around, the Tar Heels’...

Pitt point guard Jasmine Whitney (3) scored 11 points in a 73-57 loss on Senior Day vs. No. 20 Syracuse. Anna Bongardino | Staff Photographer

No. 20 Syracuse sinks Pitt on Senior Day, 73-57

By Mackenzie Rodrigues | Staff Writer February 27, 2017

Fans packed the Petersen Events Center for the 10th annual “Pink the Petersen” game for breast cancer awareness Sunday, but the support wasn’t enough to get the Panthers a win. The Pitt women’s...

Pitt sophomore forward Brenna Wise scored 23 points in a 79-48 loss vs. Florida State on Thursday. John Hamilton | Visual Editor

Pitt women’s basketball team falls at No. 8 Florida State, 79-48

By Mackenzie Rodrigues | Staff Writer February 24, 2017

Once again, Pitt sophomore forward Brenna Wise lit up the scoreboard for the Panthers, but it wasn’t enough to get the win. The Pitt women’s basketball team (13-15 overall, 4-11 ACC) lost its final...

Aysia Bugg led the Panthers in scoring Sunday with 15 points. Thomas Yang | Staff Photographer

Panthers swarmed by Yellow Jackets in Atlanta, 71-57

By Steve Rotstein | Sports Editor February 20, 2017

The Pitt women’s basketball team had a great opportunity Sunday to win its second straight game and move back above .500 with two games left in the regular season. Instead, the Panthers’ chances...

Pitt sophomore forward Brenna Wise scored a career-high 31 point, including 25 in the second half, to lead the Panthers to a 72-64 win over Virginia Tech. Thomas Yang | Staff Photographer

Wise drops career-high 31 on Hokies to lead Panthers to 72-64 win

By Mackenzie Rodrigues | Staff Writer February 17, 2017

The Pitt women’s basketball team snapped its six-game losing streak Thursday night, and it might not have happened without sophomore forward Brenna Wise breaking a program record. Wise tallied a career-high...

Sophomore Brenna Wise notched a double-double Sunday night, but that was not enough to defeat Duke. Anna Bongardino | Staff Photographer

Pitt women fall to the No. 14 Blue Devils, 62-48

By Mackenzie Rodrigues | Staff Writer February 13, 2017

The Pitt women’s basketball team’s once-promising season has lost direction and postseason hopes have diminished, as the Panthers seem destined for their sixth losing season in seven years. The...

Pitt forward 	Kalista Walters shoots against Louisville on Jan 29. Evan Meng | Staff Photographer

Panthers fall prey to Deacons, 57-48

By Mackenzie Rodrigues | Staff Writer February 6, 2017

The Panthers and the Demon Deacons each claimed the lead twice Sunday, but when the Panthers failed to put a stop to the Deacons’ rampant scoring, the game ended with a familiar outcome for the men’s...

Pitt sophomore forward Brenna Wise tallied a team-high 11 points against NC State Thursday night. Anna Bongardino | Staff Photographer

No. 18 NC State snaps Pitt’s two-game winning streak, 55-42

By Steve Rotstein | Sports Editor January 27, 2017

The Pitt women’s basketball team rode a two-game winning streak into Raleigh, North Carolina, but that momentum came to end Thursday night against the No. 18 North Carolina State Wolfpack. NC State...

Pitt C Brandi Harvey-Carr (44) led the team with 14 points in the Panthers' ACC opener Monday night vs. Miami. Steve Rotstein | Contributing Editor

No. 11 Miami throttles Pitt women’s basketball, 82-50

By Steve Rotstein | Sports Editor January 2, 2017

The Pitt women’s basketball team’s ACC opener against the Miami Hurricanes went a lot like the teams’ last meeting at last year’s ACC tournament — a dominant victory for Miami. The No. 11...

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