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Pitt women’s soccer makes a comeback after two defeats

First-year Madeline Gravante (22) scored both goals during Pitt’s 2-0 victory over Duquesne Thursday evening.  (Photo by Bader Abdulmajeed | Staff Photographer)

By Dominic Campbell, Staff Writer

September 7, 2018

After losing two consecutive games, the Pitt women's soccer team was able to make a comeback on Thursday against Duquesne. The game ended 2-0 with major plays from first-year defender Madeline Gravante and goalkeeper Amaia Pena. The team has several difficult opponents to face in the upcoming weeks as they play in the ACC.

Pitt tennis racks up pair of resounding wins to start 2017 season

Senior Amber Washington won all four of her matches at the Vartabedian Invite in Harmarville, Pennsylvania. Courtesy of Pitt Athletics

By David Leftwich | Staff Writer

January 17, 2017

Coming off its most successful season in four years, the Pitt women’s tennis team built off that momentum with an emphatic performance in its 2017 season-opening meet. Last season, the Panthers claimed their first-ever ACC win and finished with seven victories total — the most since their 2012 ...

Pitt women’s basketball drops City Game to Duquesne, 63-54

Pitt sophomore forward Brenna Wise (50) tallied 12 points in Pitt's 63-54 loss to Duquesne, her sixth game in a row scoring in double figures. Jeff Ahearn| Senior Staff Photographer

By Steve Rotstein | Sports Editor

December 30, 2016

After a promising start to the season, the Pitt women’s basketball team wrapped up its nonconference schedule in disappointing fashion in the City Game Thursday night. The Panthers (9-4) suffered a 63-54 loss to the cross-town rival Duquesne Dukes (7-7) at the A.J. Palumbo Center, giving Duquesne...

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