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Then-junior Javi Perez scored one of the Panther's three penalty kicks in their 4-3 loss to Duke. (Photo by Thomas Yang | Assistant Visual Editor)

Weekend Recap: Volleyball aces weekend games, remains undefeated

By Nick Carlisano, For The Pitt News September 4, 2018
The Panther's saw promise and defeat this weekend, as the volleyball, men and women's soccer, and cross country teams competed throughout the country. Through a tough tournament, the women's volleyball team remains undefeated.
Then first-year Alexander Dexter plays in a match against Virginia Tech last October. (Photo by Sarah Cutshall | Staff Photographer)

Pitt Men’s Soccer beats Delaware in 6-1 rout

By Ben Zimmer, Staff Writer August 27, 2018
Pitt Men's Soccer team played an away game against Delaware on Monday, August 27 at 7 p.m. The Pitt News provides a detailed recap of the action of the game.
First-year forward Edward Kizza took Pitt’s first shot on goal in the Panthers’ 5-0 loss to Notre Dame Wednesday night. (Photo by Sarah Cutshall | Staff Photographer)

Fighting Irish knock out Panthers, 5-0

By Dominic Campbell | Staff Writer November 2, 2017

The Pitt men’s soccer team might have defeated Notre Dame in the team’s first meeting of the season, but the Irish came prepared to fight for an ACC Tournament first-round win. Notre Dame (10-5-2...

First-year forward Alexander Dexter plays in a home match against Virginia Tech Friday night. (Photo by Sarah Cutshall | Staff Photographer)

Panthers fighting Irish in first round of ACC Tournament

By Trent Leonard | Staff Writer October 31, 2017

When Pitt men’s soccer last faced Notre Dame, the Panthers marched into South Bend and pulled off a shocking 1-0 upset, handing the No. 7 Fighting Irish their lone home loss of the year. The victory...

Head coach Jay Vidovich spent 21 seasons coaching the Demon Deacons before joining the Panthers in December 2015. (Photo by John Hamilton | Managing Editor)

Vidovich’s second season brings success to men’s soccer

By Grant Burgman | Staff Writer October 26, 2017

The Pitt men’s soccer team only managed to score 12 goals in the entire season last year. This year, the team had 12 goals before October. Stats like these show how far the team has come in its second...

Junior running back Darrin Hall completed a 92-yard rush — the longest touchdown run in the history of Pitt football — during the team’s defeat of Duke. (Photo by Anna Bongardino | Assistant Visual Editor)

Panther spotlight: Darrin Hall, Alexander Dexter, Callie Frey

By Grant Burgman | Staff Writer October 23, 2017

Fall sports at Pitt are in full swing, with several teams reaching the season’s midpoint. The Panthers have had a bevy of standout performers across all sports this season. Here are a few recent top...

Blue Devils take down Panthers, 2-0

By Dominic Campbell | Staff Writer October 7, 2017

The Pitt men’s soccer team’s winning streak ended abruptly Friday night after No. 19 Duke’s 2-0 victory. The Panthers (6-6-0 overall, 1-4-0 ACC) fell to the Blue Devils (9-2-1 overall, 3-2-0 ACC)...

Javi Perez (left) cheered after scoring a PK in the 76th minute. (Thomas Yang | Staff Photographer)

Men’s soccer secures first season win with defeat of Lancers, 2-0

By Kait French | Staff Writer September 2, 2017

Friday night’s men’s soccer game looked as though it would end in a 0-0 draw for the Panthers and Longwood Lancers. But Pitt junior Javi Perez scored with a penalty kick in the 76th minute, followed...

The Pitt men's soccer team landed one of the nation's top recruits in Kizza Edward Thursday. Meghan Sunners | Assistant Visual Editor

Top 50 recruit Kizza Edward commits to Pitt men’s soccer

By Steve Rotstein | Sports Editor March 17, 2017

The Pitt men’s soccer team hasn’t beaten an ACC opponent in four years of conference play, but the Panthers’ fortunes might soon change. Pitt received a verbal commitment Wednesday from forward...

Kizza Edward

Top-50 soccer prospect Kizza Edward commits to Pitt

By Steve Rotstein | Sports Editor March 16, 2017

The Pitt men’s soccer team still hasn’t beaten an ACC opponent in four years of conference play, but the Panthers’ fortunes might soon be about to change. Pitt received a verbal commitment Wednesday...

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