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Pitt women’s soccer loses eighth straight game

Junior Cheyenne Hudson defends against Florida State during the Panthers’ eighth straight loss Thursday night.
October 19, 2018
Although the women’s soccer team lost to the Seminoles, redshirt senior forward Taylor Pryce says the team has seen improvement in performance. “I think the team is getting better,” Pryce said.

Pitt women’s soccer gets blown away by the Hurricanes

First-year Pitt forward Anna Rico dribbles the ball during the Panthers’ match against Miami Thursday night. (Photo by Kaycee Orwig | Staff Photographer)
October 4, 2018
The Pitt women's soccer team shined offensively in the first half of the game, leading the Hurricanes 2-0. But, a quick turnaround in the second half put the Panthers behind and unable to catch up. In the end, Pitt lost to the Hurricanes 3-2.

Panthers fall 4-0 to TCU in first loss of season

The Pitt women's soccer team lost to the Kent State Golden Flashes 1-0 last September. (TPN file photo)
August 30, 2018
The Pitt women's soccer team lost to TCU in an away game on Thursday night. The lost marks the first defeat for the team this season.

Lyke’s plan: new hires in Pitt Athletics

Jeff Capel, previous Duke assistant coach and notorious top recruiter, is Pitt’s newest head men’s basketball coach. (Photo by Mackenzie Rodrigues | Contributing Editor)
May 30, 2018

In her first year as Pitt’s athletic director, Heather Lyke quickly received a six-year extension to her contract at the end of April. Jumping right into a hectic season, Lyke hired six new head coaches...

Randy Waldrum brings change, experience to Pitt women’s soccer

Randy Waldrum will come to Pitt as one of the winningest head coaches in women’s collegiate history with almost 400 wins. (Photo via Pitt Athletics)
April 3, 2018

For a team that won just three games last year, hiring one of the most successful women’s soccer coaches in the country might seem unlikely. But that’s just what athletic director Heather Lyke announced...

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