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Basketball preview: No. 7 Wisconsin vs. No. 10 Pitt

Basketball preview: No. 7 Wisconsin vs. No. 10 Pitt

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

March 18, 2016


Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

STARTING LINEUPS PITT                                      WISCONSIN G- James Robinson             G- Bronson Koenig G- Chris Jones                      G- Zak Showalter F- Jamel Artis                       F- Nigel Hayes F- Michael Young ...

Pitt basketball notebook: Panthers prepare for challenge of Wisconsin

Pitt basketball notebook: Panthers prepare for challenge of Wisconsin

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

March 16, 2016


Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

With madness impending, the Panthers are heading midwest. The Pitt men’s basketball team heaved their bags onto a Lenzner bus at the Petersen Events Center loading bay Wednesday afternoon, preparing for their impending flight to St. Louis to kickstart their 2016 NCAA Tournament journey. The team ...

Here’s to you, Mr. Robinson

Here’s to you, Mr. Robinson

March 15, 2016


Filed under 2. Featured, Men's Basketball, Sports

Here’s to you, Mr. RobinsonJeremy Tepper | Senior Staff WriterA pint-sized, 3-year-old James Robinson plops himself in front of the television. His parents, Rayna and James Jr., sit on the sofa.With the remote in Dad’s hand, perhaps the toddler has a suggestion — maybe cartoons? Nope, the kid knows exactly...

Gallery: James Robinson

Gallery:  James Robinson

By Jeff Ahearn and John Hamilton

March 14, 2016


Filed under Sports, Visual

Tar Heels utilize second half spurts to pummel Pitt

Tar Heels utilize second half spurts to pummel Pitt

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

March 10, 2016


Filed under 2. Featured, Men's Basketball, Sports

The Pitt men’s basketball team will return from Washington D.C. feeling optimistic and disappointed. The Panthers fell to the No. 7 North Carolina Tar Heels by a final score of 88-71 in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament at the Verizon Center Thursday. The loss came one day after defeating...

Robinson, Johnson carry Pitt over Syracuse to advance in ACC Tournament

Robinson, Johnson carry Pitt over Syracuse to advance in ACC Tournament

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

March 9, 2016


Filed under 2. Featured, 3. Breaking, Men's Basketball

WASHINGTON, D.C --- Wednesday could have been the last game of James Robinson’s career. The senior point guard and his Panthers needed a win, sitting on the bubble for the NCAA Tournament field of 64 and Pitt's accepting an NIT invitation no guarantee. And with Pitt on the ropes, he did what...

Panthers stung by Yellow Jackets in regular season finale

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

March 5, 2016


Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

The Pitt men’s basketball team’s resume just got a little flimsier. Fighting for an NCAA Tournament berth, the Panthers fell in Atlanta to the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 63-59. Pitt jumped out to an early 6-0 advantage, thanks to a pair of buckets by Michael Young and a layup by Chris Jones. A...

Men’s basketball stumbles at Virginia Tech

Men’s basketball stumbles at Virginia Tech

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

March 3, 2016


Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

The Pitt men’s basketball team was riding high Sunday, fresh off a victory over a ranked Duke team and looking like a comfortable lock for an NCAA Tournament game berth. But Wednesday night, it may have undone all of its goodwill earned against the Blue Devils. With only two players reaching double...

Slaying Devils: Panthers upend No. 15 Duke 76-62

Slaying Devils: Panthers upend No. 15 Duke 76-62

By Jeremy Tepper / Senior Staff Writer

February 28, 2016


Filed under 2. Featured, 3. Breaking, Men's Basketball, Sports

No one in the history of Pitt basketball has started more games than James Robinson. And, on Senior Day, his last contest at the Petersen Events Center, he was going to come out on top. After the Panthers fell to the Louisville Cardinals Wednesday, redshirt junior Chris Jones, who was a member of the ...

No. 11 Louisville utilizes late run to down Panthers

No. 11 Louisville utilizes late run to down Panthers

By Chris Puzia / Contributing Editor

February 25, 2016


Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports, Uncategorized

While Pitt opened both halves of Wednesday’s matchup strong, its opponent heated up when it mattered most — at the end of the game. Despite leading for more than 23 minutes and receiving a career performance from forward Ryan Luther, Pitt men’s basketball dropped a home matchup to No. 11 Louisv...

After fast start, Pitt basketball looks for answers

After fast start, Pitt basketball looks for answers

By Jeremy Tepper / Senior Staff Writer

February 16, 2016


Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

After a 14-1 start to the season, the Pitt men’s basketball team seemed like a shoo-in selection for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. That record came against a soft schedule, but the Panthers looked good, playing top-level offense with not completely inept defensive work. Ten games later, and t...

Late three by Artis helps Pitt sneak out of Tallahassee with win

Late three by Artis helps Pitt sneak out of Tallahassee with win

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

January 23, 2016


Filed under 3. Breaking, Men's Basketball, Sports

Pitt only led for 33 seconds of the second half. That was enough though, as one of those seconds occurred when the clock ticked from one to double zeroes. One game after failing to protect its own home court, the Pitt men’s basketball team stole a game at Florida State. defeating the Seminoles...

Pitt basketball notebook: Dixon, Robinson speak on NC State

Pitt basketball notebook: Dixon, Robinson speak on NC State

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

January 18, 2016


Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

Sporting a 2-0 record at the Petersen Events Center since Pitt joined the ACC, North Carolina State won’t quiver in fear against the 14-2 Pitt Panthers. Head coach Jamie Dixon and James Robinson talked to the press on Monday, discussing NC State players Anthony “Cat” Barber and BeeJay Anya as well ...

Preview: No. 20 Panthers prep to take on No. 21 Louisville Cardinals

Preview: No. 20 Panthers prep to take on No. 21 Louisville Cardinals

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

January 14, 2016


Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

PREDICTION: PITT 88 LOUISVILLE 81 Pitt has surrendered 80-plus points to opponents in its last two contests, and after Louisville suffered through a poor shooting performance in its loss to Clemson Sunday, it’s unlikely that the Cardinals will lay another egg. Pitt hasn’t won at Louisville since 2007, ...

No. 24 Panthers hold against Georgia Tech to remain undefeated in ACC

No. 24 Panthers hold against Georgia Tech to remain undefeated in ACC

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

January 6, 2016


Filed under 2. Featured, 3. Breaking, Men's Basketball

The Pitt men’s basketball team gave up 84 points. The Panthers were outrebounded. They only shot 36.7% in the second half. Yet somehow, they won by five. The No. 24 Pitt men’s basketball team defeated the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Wednesday night at the Petersen Events Center 89-84, improving...

Panthers of the Week

Panthers of the Week

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

December 9, 2015


Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports, Women's Basketball

JAMES ROBINSON — Guard, Men’s basketball Robinson has been a steadying presence for the Panthers in his senior season at Pitt, starring on both ends of the floor. The point guard surged in the City Game against Duquesne University last Friday, totalling 18 points, eight assists and two steals on the e...

Pitt cruises in City Game rout of Duquesne

Pitt cruises in City Game rout of Duquesne

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

December 4, 2015


Filed under 3. Breaking, Men's Basketball, Sports

In the annual battle between Pittsburgh’s two Division I basketball teams, the Panthers feasted. Despite trailing before the opening tip even occurred the Pitt men’s basketball rolled in the annual city game, defeating the crosstown Duquesne Dukes 96-75 Friday night at the CONSOL Energy Center. “That’s...

After early deficit, Pitt falls to No. 11 Purdue 72-59

After early deficit, Pitt falls to No. 11 Purdue 72-59

By Jeremy Tepper / Senior Staff Writer

December 2, 2015


Filed under 3. Breaking, Men's Basketball, Sports, Top Stories

Despite clawing their way back into the game, the Pitt men’s basketball team finished Tuesday evening’s match with a whimper. Led by 24 points from A.J. Hammons, Purdue fought off Pitt’s sporadic comeback attempts to defeat the Panthers 72-59 at the Petersen Events Center. With 12:23 left in th...

Panthers open season — again — with 84-43 win over St. Joseph’s (Indiana)

Panthers open season — again — with 84-43 win over St. Joseph’s (Indiana)

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

November 18, 2015


Filed under 3. Breaking, Men's Basketball, Sports

With a pristine, safe hardwood court under its feet, the Pitt men’s basketball team officially opened its season, avoiding a slipup Tuesday evening. After officials cancelled Pitt’s original season opener — a matchup in Okinawa, Japan, against No. 9 Gonzaga —  at halftime last Friday due to sli...

Slippery when wet: Pitt game against Gonzaga called due to floor conditions

Slippery when wet: Pitt game against Gonzaga called due to floor conditions

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

November 13, 2015


Filed under 2. Featured, 3. Breaking, Men's Basketball, Sports

The Pitt men’s basketball team traveled 6600 miles for a game that didn’t even count. During the first intermission, the referees determined the Panthers’ game against the No. 9 Gonzaga Bulldogs would not continue due to slippery court conditions on the military base court in Okinawa, Japan. The...

Pitt cruises to 80-50 victory over Gannon in exhibition

Pitt cruises to 80-50 victory over Gannon in exhibition

By Jeremy Tepper / Senior Staff Writer

November 6, 2015


Filed under 3. Breaking, Men's Basketball, Sports, Top Stories, Uncategorized

It might not have counted, but the Pitt men’s basketball team surged on Friday night. With the season opener against Gonzaga approaching next week, the Panthers took the court for their first and only exhibition game, defeating the Gannon Golden Knights 80-50 at the Petersen Events Center. Though...

Rotation questions need resolutions prior to opening of season for mens, women’s basketball

Rotation questions need resolutions prior to opening of season for mens, women’s basketball

By Chris Puzia / Assistant Sports Editor

November 5, 2015


Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports, Women's Basketball

As leaves fall and the air chills, the attention of Pitt fans shifts from the resurgent Panther football team to the promising campaigns of the Pitt men’s and women’s basketball teams. Hitting the court Nov. 13, for their season openers, the men’s team is prepping its suitcases for a trip to Japan,...

After trying offseason, Wilson ready for impact on court

After trying offseason, Wilson ready for impact on court

By Jeremy Tepper / Senior Staff Writer

October 21, 2015


Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports, Sports Features, Uncategorized

With the NCAA questioning his academic eligibility following graduation, Pitt basketball commit Damon Wilson was angry. Before the NCAA eventually deemed him eligible for collegiate play in September, it challenged the freshman guard and his teammates’ high school course loads. “When we heard they w...

Catching up with Tray Woodall

Catching up with Tray Woodall

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

September 21, 2015


Filed under 2. Featured, Men's Basketball, Sports

After seeing the court for 139 games over his Pitt career that spanned from 2008 to 2013, former star point guard Tray Woodall left the University and trekked the globe. Since leaving Oakland, Woodall has played professionally in Turkey, Greece, Kosovo and Mexico, serving as a role player throughout his...

Pitt men’s basketball aims to fix rebounding woes with added frontcourt depth

Pitt men’s basketball aims to fix rebounding woes with added frontcourt depth

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

August 30, 2015


Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

For junior center Michael Young, every basketball season comes down to three words: tournament or bust. Last season, the team’s season ended with a whimper, losing in embarrassing fashion to George Washington 60-54 in the first round of the NIT Tournament. The team had failed to reach the NCAA To...

June 17 News and Notes: Catching up on Pitt sports from the past week

June 17 News and Notes: Catching up on Pitt sports from the past week

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

June 16, 2015


Filed under Football, Men's Basketball, Sports

BOYD CHARGED: The Jefferson Hills District Court officially chargedPitt wide receiver Tyler Boyd with driving under the influence and other summary offenses following a Friday morning incident. According to a court representative, the preliminary hearing is “temporarily” set for Aug. 5. Pitt head football coach Pat Narduzzi called the si...

Pitt stuns No. 8 Notre Dame with late basket by Robinson

Pitt stuns No. 8 Notre Dame with late basket by Robinson

By Jasper Wilson / Senior Staff Writer

January 31, 2015


Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

After playing arguably its worst game of the season against Virginia Tech last time out, the Pitt men’s basketball team responded with its best.Hosting No. 8 Notre Dame at Petersen Events Center on Saturday afternoon,  the Panthers used a balanced scoring attack to nullify the visitors’ potent offen...

Robinson leads way, as Pitt wins another City Game

Robinson leads way, as Pitt wins another City Game

By Jasper Wilson / Senior Staff Writer

December 5, 2014


Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

Derrick Colter and the rest of the players on Duquesne men’s basketball team thought they had James Robinson all figured out.Entering Friday night, the Pitt junior had faced the Dukes twice since his arrival in Oakland in the schools’ annual City Game meetings, not to mention numerous summer leagu...

Robinson, Panthers continue road trip at Hoosiers

Robinson, Panthers continue road trip at Hoosiers

By Chris Puzia / Sports Editor

December 1, 2014


Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

After a weeklong break to recover from its tournament in Hawaii, the Pitt men’s basketball team faces its second consecutive Power 5 conference team in Indiana Tuesday night.The Panthers (4-2, 0-0 ACC) will travel to Bloomington, Ind., to face the Indiana Hoosiers (5-1, 0-0 Big Ten) as part of the ACC...

Pitt vs Syracuse 2/12/14

Pitt vs Syracuse 2/12/14

By Bobby Mizia | Visual Editor

February 26, 2014


Filed under Archives

Lamar Patterson scored 16 points and made four 3-pointers Wednesday night.

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