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Pitt’s Chloe Minas prepares to kick a ball at a game against North Carolina State University at Ambrose Urbanic Field on Thursday night.

Panthers outduel Wolfpack behind Robinson shutout, win 2-0

By Alexander Ganias, Staff Writer October 28, 2021
Pitt women’s soccer (11-7, 4-6 ACC) completed its 2021 regular season at home with a 2-0 win Thursday against the North Carolina State Wolfpack (8-8-2, 4-6 ACC).
Pitt’s Anna Bout (12) fights for possession of the ball against Boston College’s Sam Smith (9) at Ambrose Urbanic Field on Thursday night.

West scores twice in return, Panthers take down Eagles 3-0 despite weather delay

By Alexander Ganias, Staff Writer October 21, 2021
Pitt women’s soccer kicked off their final stretch of home matches for the season with a 3-0 win against the Boston College Eagles.
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 7, 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.
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 New England Revolution drafted senior forward Edward Kizza (9), who broke a number of school scoring records, in the first round of the MLS SuperDraft in January.

Column | Men, women’s soccer coaches have ushered in new era of Pitt sports

By Griffin Floyd, Staff Writer February 12, 2021
While basketball and football get the most attention, staff writer Griffin Floyd argues a new era is upon us — Pitt is a fútbol, not football, school
Pitt women’s soccer concluded its season on Nov. 1 with a 9-5-0 record (3-5-0 ACC).

Pitt women’s soccer makes strides in 2020, but falters in final stretch

By Alexander Ganias, Staff Writer November 13, 2020
While the Panthers improved in many aspects in 2020, they still struggle in one key area — their conference schedule.
First-year midfielder Chloe Minas.

Pitt women’s soccer’s rise boosted by Canadian talent

By Alexander Ganias, Staff Writer November 4, 2020
With six Canadian players on its roster, Pitt women’s soccer has leaned on an impressive pool of northern talent in the program’s rise under head coach Randy Waldrum.
Sophomore forward Amanda West (9) celebrates with her teammates after scoring a goal on Syracuse during Pitt’s 2-0 victory over the Orange on Sept. 17.

Pitt women’s soccer cancels upcoming rematch at Syracuse, making room for spring opponents.

By Alex Lehmbeck, Sports Editor October 21, 2020
Orange head coach Nicky Adams broke the news during a press conference Wednesday morning, hours before the announcement made things official, saying Pitt had “decided not to come.”
Pitt women’s soccer celebrated its last home game of the season with a 2-0 bounce-back win against the Miami Hurricanes.

Pitt women’s soccer concludes home slate with Senior Day win

By Alexander Ganias, Staff Writer October 19, 2020
Pitt women’s soccer (9-3-0, 3-3-0) celebrated its last home game of the season with a 2-0 bounce-back win against the Miami Hurricanes (0-7-0, 0-6-0), solidifying a 4-1 record at home.
After parting ways with former women’s soccer coach Greg Miller, Athletic Director Heather Lyke hired former Notre Dame head coach and two-time national champion Randy Waldrum.

Pitt’s marquee pair of head soccer coaches aim for new heights

By Ben Bobeck, Senior Staff Writer August 25, 2020
Pitt’s struggling men’s and women’s soccer teams landed two of the most proven head coaches in collegiate soccer to take the reigns in 2015 and 2017. The program’s rapid transformation has Pitt aiming for new heights.
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