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Midfielder Chloe Minas (15) runs to the ball at Ambrose Urbanic Field on Thursday night against UNC. The Panthers lost 1-0.

Robinson’s efforts in net not enough, Panthers fall to UNC 1-0

By Alexander Ganias, Staff Writer October 8, 2021
Pitt women’s soccer hosted No. 5 North Carolina in front of a packed Ambrose Urbanic Field on Thursday and succumbed to the Tar Heels, losing 1-0.
Ellie Coffield is a first-year midfielder on the Pitt women’s soccer team.

Pitt women’s soccer dips into WPIAL to find homegrown talent

By Griffin Floyd, Staff Writer October 5, 2021
With 12 of the 34 players on the 2021 roster hailing from western Pennsylvania, including Coffield and Schupansky, the Pitt women’s soccer team has deep ties to the area.
Pitt diving hosted Duquesne for its first meet of the season on Friday, and the women’s team swept the podium for the one meter board.

Weekend Sports Recap: Soccer yields mixed, thrilling results, volleyball dominates

By Alexander Ganias, Staff Writer October 4, 2021
Pitt Athletics kept itself busy over the weekend. Several of its teams competed against worthy adversaries both from the ACC and other conferences. Here’s how each squad fared.
Pitt women’s soccer lost 5-0 against the No. 1 Florida State Seminoles Thursday night in Tallahassee. In this file photo, second year midfielder Emily Yaple (10) watches FSUs players celebrate after scoring their third goal on Pitt last year.

Pitt women’s soccer outclassed in Tallahassee, fall to No. 1 Seminoles 5-0

By Alexander Ganias, Staff Writer September 24, 2021
Pitt women’s soccer fell to the No. 1 Florida State Seminoles in the middle leg of their three-game road trip, by a score of 5-0.
No. 19 Pitt women’s soccer lost 2-0 against the Clemson Tigers Thursday night at Historic Riggs Field.

Pitt women’s soccer drops first ACC match 2-0 to Clemson Tigers

By Alexander Ganias, Staff Writer September 17, 2021
Pitt women’s soccer (7-2-0, 0-1-0 ACC) started a three-game road trip Thursday with a visit to Clemson (6-2-0, 1-0-0 ACC), where they fell to the Tigers 2-0. The match kicked off both the Panthers’ and the Tigers’ ACC schedules after they finished 7-1 and 5-2 in non-conference play respectively.
The crowd at the women’s soccer vs. Towson game Sunday.

To delight of fans and players, Ambrose Urbanic Field welcomes crowds back

By Zack Gibney, Senior Staff Writer September 14, 2021
It had been nearly two years since the last time fans packed the bleachers at Ambrose Urbanic Field. Prior to the 2021 season, Pitt athletics announced that after a COVID-19-induced hiatus, spectators would be once again allowed to watch a live sporting event on Pitt’s upper campus.
No. 20 Pitt women’s soccer played the second game of its three-game home stand at Ambrose Urbanic Field on Thursday, defeating the St. Francis Red Flash 7-0.

Harrigan notches two goals as Pitt women’s soccer dominates St. Francis 7-0

By Alexander Ganias, Staff Writer September 10, 2021
No. 20 Pitt women’s soccer played the second game of its three-game homestand at Ambrose Urbanic Field on Thursday, crushing the St. Francis Red Flash 7-0.
No. 3 Pitt men’s soccer defeated the Dukes 7-0 during their opening season game at Ambrose Urbanic Field on Thursday night.

Pitt men’s soccer delivers commanding 7-0 victory over Duquesne to packed crowd

By Kyle Saxon, Senior Staff Writer August 27, 2021
In front of the first near-full-capacity crowd at the stadium in well over a year, the Panthers handily defeated the Dukes 7-0. 
Senior midfielder Jackson Walti, a returning player on Pitt mens soccer.

Column | Walti, Noel need to lead young stars to keep men’s soccer elite

By Zack Gibney, Senior Staff Writer August 20, 2021
While there is no doubt that coach Jay Vidovich has turned a previously hapless program into a legitimate powerhouse, last year’s “national contender” label and its sustainability will be put to the test. 
Pitt Volleyball and men’s soccer appear primed to repeat and perhaps improve on their already exceptional 2021 seasons. Baseball will need to reload before they can one-up their last record-setting spring.

Column | Volleyball, men’s soccer poised to expand on historic springs

By Stephen Thompson, Senior Staff Writer August 17, 2021
Many teams emerged gracefully from the COVID-19 pandemic, but few are equipped to renew their success this year. Volleyball and men’s soccer are poised for historic seasons, while baseball will need to reload before it is back to competing on a national stage.
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