Pittsburgh vs. NC State: The Wolfpack outlasted the Panthers at home to get a narrow victory, 79-74. Maverick Rowan was hot from deep for State, as he had six 3-pointers on his way to 21 points. Pitt's Michael Young led all scorers with 25 points. The win snaps the Pack's 3-game losing streak
Davon Reed didn't think to look up even as the minutes passed and Pittsburgh struggled to find any sort of open look against Reed and the rest of his Miami teammates.
College locker rooms normally are closed after games — win or lose — but Pitt's Chris Jones offered a glimpse behind the door Saturday after a 72-46 loss to Miami at Petersen Events Center. “Right now, it's ugly,” Jones said. “You know, silent. Because we all can feel how much this hurts.” If
When Kevin Stallings took over the Pittsburgh program last spring, it wasn't the typical rebuilding job most new coaches walk into. Rather, Stallings inherited seniors Jamel Artis and Michael Young, who at this point in the season are the top two scorers in the ACC (Artis – 22.8 PPG; Young – 22.0
Pitt's Jamel Artis scored a career-high 43 points against Louisville. It was the 2nd-most is school history and the most since Don Hennon scored 45 in 1957. Artis did all he could but the Panthers fell to the Cardinals, 85-80.
Maybe Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim finally has solved some of the problems that plagued the Orange earlier in the season. For the second straight game, the Orange stepped up on defense, its shooters took charge early against Pittsburgh with a daunting long-range barrage, and Syracuse cruised to a 77-66
PITTSBURGH -- As coach Kevin Stallings sat down after Pitt's basketball game Wednesday against Virginia and examined the stat sheet, there were a lot of numbers that surprised him. Eighty-eight points against a defense that had allowed just 48.6 points per game, that was surprising. That those 88
PITTSBURGH Jamel Artis scored 24 points, Michael Young added 19 and Sheldon Jeter hit a pair of 3-pointers in overtime to lift Pittsburgh to an 88-76 win over No. 11 Virginia on Wednesday night. Jeter and Cam Johnson finished with 16 points each as the Panthers (12-3, 1-1 ACC) pulled away in the extra
His team struggling to take care of the ball during a sloppy first half Wednesday night against Omaha, Pittsburgh coach Kevin Stallings opted not to call timeout. ''I used my bench to send a message,'' Stallings said. Michael Young flirted with a triple double, finishing with 24 points
|vs||Virginia||W||88 - 76|
|@||Syracuse||L||77 - 66|
|@||Louisville||L||85 - 80|
|vs||Miami (FL)||L||72 - 46|
|@||N.C. State||L||79 - 74|