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More of the same: Men’s soccer falls to 0-2

Junior midfielder Alec Anselmo dribbles the ball in Pitt's 2-1 overtime loss to Loyola last season. (Photo by John Hamilton | Managing Editor)

By Wyatt Geller / For The Pitt News

August 28, 2017

After finishing 2-13-3 in head coach Jay Vidovich’s first season, the Pitt men’s soccer team hoped to make drastic improvements this year and notch their first-ever ACC win. After this weekend, though, the team looks similar to the 2016 squad, as it dropped a pair of games in Columbus, Ohio to s...

Pitt men’s soccer squashed by Syracuse in season-ending 4-0 loss

Josh Coan attempted Pitt's only two shots on goal in a season-ending 4-0 loss to Syracuse Wednesday night. John Hamilton | Senior Staff Photographer

By Alex Butelli | For The Pitt News

November 3, 2016

The Pitt men's soccer team’s season came to a close Wednesday night with a shutout loss against the No. 5-seeded Syracuse Orange in the ACC Tournament. The Panthers (2-13-3 overall, 0-6-2 ACC) fell to Syracuse (11-3-3 overall, 3-2-3 ACC), 4-0, in the first round of the 2016 ACC Tournament at the ...

Pitt men’s soccer blasts St. Joseph’s for first win, 4-1

Raj Kahlon (11) scored his first goal of the season to lead Pitt to its first win under new head coach Jay Vidovich.  Andrew Shin |  Staff Photographer

By Ted Zhang / Staff Writer

September 5, 2016

It took three games, but Jay Vidovich, the former NSCAA National Coach of the Year, earned his first win as head coach of the Pitt men’s soccer team Sunday night. Following a disappointing loss to Temple Friday, the Panthers (1-1-1) bounced back Sunday with a 4-1 domination against the St. Jose...

Pitt men’s soccer team falters late in 2-1 loss at Temple

The Pitt men's soccer team fought to a 1-1 draw against the Duke Blue Devils on Friday night.  Meghan Sunners | Senior Staff Photographer

By Ashwini Sivaganesh / Assistant Sports Editor

September 3, 2016

The Pitt men’s soccer team traveled to Philadelphia searching for their first win of the season, but instead fell to Temple, 2-1, in the final moments of the game. “It was another experience in our growth as a program and team,” Pitt head coach Jay Vidovich said in a press release after the game. ...

Pitt battles to scoreless draw in Vidovich’s first game as head coach

Pitt's men's soccer team fought hard but couldn't find a tying goal against No. 2 North Carolina.  Meghan Sunners | Senior Staff Photographer

By Meg Millure / Staff Writer

August 27, 2016

On an uncharacteristically temperate night in late August, 733 fans packed the stands at Ambrose Urbanic Field to catch a glimpse of Jay Vidovich’s first game as head coach of the Pitt men’s soccer team. The Panthers hosted the Detroit Titans Friday night in their regular season opener, battli...

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