The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

Senior JahLiyah Bedminster competes in vault during a meet against Clemson in the Fitzgerald Field House on Friday evening. Bedminster scored a 9.900 on the routine.

Photos: Pitt gymnastics falls to Clemson

By Ethan Shulman, Visual Editor February 12, 2024

The Pitt Panthers faced the Clemson Tigers on Friday night in the Fitzgerald Field House for their annual Pride meet. The Panthers lost 196.375-195.900, despite posting their second highest team score...

Senior Faith Lerro celebrates a 9.725 on the bar routine during Friday’s meet against UNC in the Fitzgerald Field House.

Photos: Pitt gymnastics wins against UNC Tar Heels

By Ethan Shulman, Visual Editor February 4, 2024

Pitt gymnastics wins 196.525-194.875 against the University of North Carolina Tar Heels on Friday night in the Fitzgerald Field House.

Pitt gymnastics team members celebrate after a beam routine during Saturday’s meet against the Kent State Gold Flashes at the Fitzgerald Field House.

Pitt gymnastics falls to Kent State

By Pamela Smith, Contributing Editor January 15, 2024

Pitt women’s gymnastics lost 193.700-194.550 to the Kent State Gold Flashes on Saturday at the Fitzgerald Field House.

No. 29 Tyler Badgett wrestles his Iowa State opponent on Friday night.

Weekend Sports Recap | Women’s basketball picks up first ACC win, wrestling falls short to Iowa State

By Sara Meyer, Staff Writer February 5, 2023
Pitt athletics had a successful weekend during this winter season, with women’s basketball picking up their first ACC win and gymnastics dominating in the Backyard Brawl.
Pitt junior infielder Brock Franks (11) high fives another player during Friday’s game against Clemson.

Weekend Sports Recap | Pitt beats ranked opponents, qualifies for championships

By Alexander Ganias, Staff Writer March 27, 2022
Pitt teams played five games against ranked schools over the weekend, while other Panthers qualified for regional championships.
Pitt junior infielder Sky Duff (3) celebrates a grand slam during Pitt’s first home ACC series win of the 2021 season against Miami University in April 2021.

Weekend Sports Recap | Pitt teams compete for national titles, ramps up spring seasons

By Alexander Ganias, Staff Writer March 20, 2022
Pitt lacrosse, baseball and softball searched for their first ACC wins, while gymnastics, track and field and swim and dive competed for conference and national victories through St. Patrick’s Day weekend.
Pitt’s Cole Matthews celebrates a win in January against Arizona State’s Cleveland Belton.

Pitt swimmers, divers and wrestlers clinch spots in nationals during spring break

By Alexander Ganias, Staff Writer March 13, 2022
Championships for winter sports have arrived, and Pitt is well into the thick of title chasing. Meanwhile, spring sports are picking up steam with the Panthers knee-deep into their non-conference schedules.
Pitt vs. Arizona State at a wrestling match on Jan. 14 at the Fitzgerald Field House.

Weekend sports recap: Softball drops three of five to open season in Florida

By Jack Markowski, Staff Writer February 13, 2022
Pitt softball dropped three of five opening weekend games to start its 2022 campaign, while Panthers lacrosse won the first game in program history, during a busy weekend in Pitt athletics.
Pitt graduate student forward Mouhamadou Gueye (15) defends the ball against Virginia Tech at Saturday’s game at the Petersen Events Center.

Winter sports hit home stretch during busy weekend

By Alexander Ganias, Staff Writer February 6, 2022
Pitt athletics was busy over the weekend, as many winter sports teams hit the home stretch of their regular seasons and prepare for postseason competition.
Pitt graduate Blaise Vera competes in January 2020.

Pitt swimming, track, gymnastics set records during busy weekend

By Alexander Ganias, Staff Writer January 30, 2022
Pitt swimmers and divers, runners and gymnasts set personal and school records, while both basketball teams and wrestling lost over this past weekend — a busy one for Panther athletes.
Load More Stories