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C O LL E G E BAS K E TBAL L’ S W I N N I N G E ST P R O G R A M S O V ER TH E L AST 10 YE ARS : (Where Pitt ranks among national winning percentage leaders and top programs over the last 10 seasons; updated as of April 15, 2011).

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Kansas Duke Memphis Gonzaga PITT Connecticut Florida Kentucky Xavier Syracuse Texas Wisconsin North Carolina Louisville Illinois Marquette Michigan State

2010-11

Total

Pct.

35-3 32-5 25-10 25-10 28-6 32-9 29-8 29-9 24-8 27-8 28-8 25-9 29-8 25-10 20-14 22-15 19-15

300-58 292-61 280-64 264-67 273-71 257-88 257-89 257-89 248-87 256-92 254-92 242-91 252-98 245-96 244-102 229-105 245-108

.837 .827 .813 .797 .794 .744 .742 .742 .740 .735 .734 .726 .720 .718 .705 .685 .684

B I G EAST’S B E ST P R O G R AM S OVE R TH E LAST 10 YEAR S : Totals are as of April 15, 2011. BIG EAST School W-L Pct.

PITT Connecticut Syracuse Louisville Marquette Villanova Notre Dame West Virginia Georgetown Cincinnati Seton Hall Providence St. John’s Rutgers DePaul South Florida

124-44 112-56 107-61 71-34 64-41 99-69 99-69 86-82 93-75 47-58 72-96 67-101 60-108 54-114 22-83 24-81

.738 .667 .637 .676 .609 .589 .589 .512 .554 .448 .429 .399 .357 .321 .210 .229

OVERALL W-L Pct.

273-71 257-88 256-92 245-96 229-105 224-112 216-111 205-108 203-114 207-119 159-146 157-151 151-160 142-167 133-166 126-180

.794 .744 .735 .718 .685 .666 .660 .654 .640 .634 .521 .510 .485 .460 .445 .409

P IT T BAS K ETBALL : C U LTU R E O F S U C C E S S Pitt Basketball achievements in establishing its “Tradition of Excellence”: • Compiled a 273-71 record over the past 10 seasons (2001-11) and .794 winning percentage, which ranks among the nation’s top-five best winning percentages during that span. • Advanced to the NCAA Tournament for a school-record 10 consecutive seasons. The 10 consecutive appearances rank as the most in the Big East Conference. The next closest program has seven straight appearances. • Advanced to NCAA Elite Eight play for the first time in school history (2009) and NCAA Sweet Sixteen play five times in the last 10 seasons. Only three programs have advanced to more Sweet Sixteens during that span (Duke-8, Kansas-7 and Connecticut-6) and two others have tied that achievement (Texas-5 and Michigan State-5). • Became one of only seven schools nationwide to advance to the NCAA Tournament in each of the past 10 seasons (2001-11). The seven schools include: Duke, Gonzaga, Kansas, Michigan State, Pitt, Texas and Wisconsin. • Claimed four Big East regular season titles (2002, 2003, 2004, 2011). • Captured two Big East Tournament titles (2003 and 2008). • Ascended to the nation’s No. 1 ranking for the first time in school history (2008-09). • Awarded with a No. 1 seed upon entering the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history (2008-09) and two times overall (2009 and 2011). • Surpassed both 20 wins overall and 10 wins in Big East regular season play for a schoolrecord 10 consecutive seasons. Pitt is the only Big East program to have won over 20 overall games and 10 league games in each of the past 10 seasons. • Achieved a school-record 10 straight 10-win Big East regular seasons. Over the last 10 years, Pitt owns a 124-44 record and .738 winning percentage in Big East regular season games, which ranks first in the conference during that period. • Completed six of the last 10 seasons ranked among the nation’s top-10 programs and nine seasons ranked among the nation’s top-25. • Named Madison Square Garden’s “Team of the Decade” after winning two Big East titles and advancing to seven league tournament title games from 2000-10. • Concluded its ninth year in the Petersen Events Center with a 149-12 record and .925 winning percentage (16-0 in 2002-03, 19-1 in 2003-04, 13-4 in 2004-05, 16-1 in 2005-06, 16-2 in 2006-07, 16-2 in 2007-08, 19-0 in 2008-09, 17-1 in 2009-10 and 17-1 in 2010-11). The 149-12 record and .925 winning percentage ranks among the nation’s top-10 best marks since the arena opened in 2002. Pitt won 40 consecutive home games from 2002-04, a streak which spanned two years and 68 days. • Sold out the Petersen Events Center in each of its first nine seasons of operation and has enjoyed a string of 168 consecutive home sellouts dating back to the 2002 season. Tickets are at a premium as the Petersen Events Center has a waiting list of approximately 9,000 members. • Attracted over one million fans and currently has had 1,736,827 fans attend games since the Petersen Events Center opened in 2002-03. • Appeared on national/regional television in 282 games during the last 10 seasons, an average of over 28 times per year (ESPN-73, ESPN2-27, CBS-37, ABC-4, ESPN-U-15, ESPN-Classic-1, FSN National-2, HDNet-2, ESPN Regional-114, ESPN3.com-5, TruTV-1, TNT-1). • Graduated a total of 29 players over the last nine seasons (Griffin Abel, Chase Adams, Marcus Bowman, Gilbert Brown, Jaron Brown, Sean Brown, Mike Cook, John DeGroat, Yuri Demetris, Jermaine Dixon, Tim Frye, Antonio Graves, Doyle Hudson, Levon Kendall, Brandin Knight, Carl Krauser, Ontario Lett, Chad Johnson, Mark McCarroll, Gary McGhee, Julius Page, Maurice Polen, Ronald Ramon, Nick Rivers, Charles Small, Ryan Tiesi, Chevon Troutman, Austin Wallace and Donatas Zavackas).

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS

THIS IS PITT BASKETBALL

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This is Pitt Basketball ...................... 4-5 Big East Champions ........................ 6-7 Gateway to the NBA ....................... 8-9 Big East Basketball ..................... 10-11 The Big East Tournament ............ 12-13 International Panthers ................. 14-15 Jamie Dixon ................................ 16-17 The Petersen Events Center ........ 18-21 Men’s Basketball Facilities .......... 22-23 Television Exposure ...................... 24-25 Game Atmosphere ...................... 26-27 Oakland Zoo ................................ 28-29 Homecourt Advantage ................ 30-31 Offensive Efficiency ..................... 32-33 Devastating Defense ................... 34-35 International Experience .............. 36-37 Pitt Basketball Family .................. 38-39 Pitt Basketball: The Place to Be . 40-41 Player Development .................... 42-43 Pittsburgh Basketball Fever ......... 44-45 Season Ending Banquet .............. 46-47 The University of Pittsburgh ......... 48-49 City of Pittsburgh ......................... 50-51 Pitt Sports Town .......................... 52-53 Panther Game Plan ..................... 54-55 Academic Emphasis .................... 56-57 Strength & Conditioning .............. 58-59 T Athletic Training .......................... 60-61 Media Spotlight ........................... 62-64

SEASON PREVIEW Season Preview ........................... 66-69 Preview Story .............................. 66-69 Preseason Storylines ......................... 66 What Pitt Returns in 2011-12 ........... 67 Personnel Breakdown ....................... 69 2011-12 Rosters ................................ 70

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Jamie Dixon ........... 72-76 Pat Sandle ......................................... 77 Brandin Knight .................................. 78 Bill Barton ......................................... 79 Brian Regan ...................................... 80 Basketball Support Staff ............ 81-82

PLAYER PROFILES Ashton Gibbs ............................... 84-87 Nasir Robinson ............................ 88-90 Nick Rivers ........................................ 91 Tray Woodall ................................ 92-94 Dante Taylor ................................ 95-97 Lamar Patterson .......................... 98-99 Talib Zanna ............................... 100-101 J.J. Moore ............................... 102-103 Isaiah Epps ...................................... 104 Cameron Wright .............................. 105 Khem Birch ..................................... 106 Malcolm Gilbert ............................... 107 Durand Johnson .............................. 108 John Johnson ................................. 109 Aron Nwankwo ............................... 110

The 2011-12 Pitt Men’s Basketball Media Guide is a publication of the University of Pittsburgh Athletic Media Relations Office and was managed, written, created, designed and edited by Greg Hotchkiss. „ EDITOR: Greg Hotchkiss „ CONTRIBUTING EDITORS E.J. Borghetti, Stacey Brann, Mendy Nestor, Sophia Duck, Celeste Welsh, Matt Jackson, Alex Oltmanns, Ethan Stachowitz, Andrew Entin. „ PRINTING RR Donnelley Hoechstetter, Pittsburgh, Pa. „ GRAPHIC/COVER DESIGN Vance Wright Adams/Duane Reiter „ RECRUITING SECTION DESIGN Grant Hawkins Design Pitt’s Oakland Zoo, has become one of the nation’s finest student cheering sections.

OPPONENTS 2011-12 Opponent Contacts ........... 112 2012 Big East Championship .......... 113 2012 NCAA Tournament ................. 114

2010-11 IN REVIEW 2010-11 Season in Review ...... 116-118 Pitt in the NCAA Statistics .............. 116 2010-11 Honors and Awards .......... 116 School Records ............................... 117 Milestone Achievements ................. 117 2010-11 Accomplishments ............. 117 2010-11 Statistics/Results .............. 118 Big East/Tournament/NCAA Stats ... 119 Game Highs and Lows .................... 120 Points/Rebounds/Assists .................. 121 2010-11 Big East Results ................ 121 2010-11 Final Big East Stats .......... 122 Game-by-Game Reviews ......... 122-130

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS National Honors ............................... 132 All-America Players .................. 133-134 Regional Honors .............................. 135 Conference Honors .................. 136-137 Panthers in the NBA ........................ 138 Coaching Records ........................... 139 General Records ....................... 140-144 Individual/Team Success ................. 144 Scoring Leaders ....................... 145-146 1,000-Point Club ...................... 147-152 Performance Records ..................... 153 Field Goal Leaders .......................... 154 Three-Point Field Goal Leaders ....... 155 Free Throw Leaders ........................ 156 Rebound Leaders ............................ 157

Assists Leaders ............................... 158 Blocked Shots Leaders ................... 159 Steals Leaders ................................ 160 Participation Leaders ...................... 161 Team Season Highs ................. 162-163 Winning Streaks .............................. 163 Postseason History .......................... 164 NCAA Tournament Records ..... 165-166 NCAA Tournament Game History .... 167 Big East Championship History ....... 168 Big East Championship Records ..... 169 National Polls ................................... 170 Attendance Records ....................... 171 100-Point Games ............................ 172 Margin of Victory Records ............... 172 Comeback Wins .............................. 173 Halftime Leads/Deficits ................... 173 All-Time Overtime Games ............... 174 Petersen Events Center Records ..... 174 All-Time Letterwinners ............. 175-177 All-Time Opponents ........................ 178 All-Time Scores ....................... 179-194

THE UNIVERSITY Chancellor Mark Nordenberg ... 196-197 A.D. Steve Pederson ................ 198-199 The University of Pittsburgh ............. 200

MEDIA INFORMATION Memo to the Media ................. 202-203 Petersen Events Center Map ........... 202 Network TV Information .................. 203 University of Pittsburgh Map ........... 204 Parking and Directions .................... 204 Pitt ISP Sports Radio Network ........ 205 Travel Headquarters ........................ 205 Primary Media Outlets ..................... 206 Pittsburgh Service Directory ............ 207

„ LAYOUT LAY AYOUT AND DESIGN Vance Wright Adams, Ocreations, Greg Hotchkiss „ PHOTOGRAPHY Harry Bloomberg; Michael Drazdzinski; Pete Madia; Sean Patrick Brady; Chuck LeClaire, Will Babin, Image Point; Joe Kapelewski; Duane Reiter, Chaz Palla; Dave Arrigo; Patricia Nagle; Herb Ferguson; Matt Freed, Gary Guydosh; Michael E. Haritan; Jason Hillman; Hail to Pitt: A Sports History of the University of Pittsburgh by Jim O’Brien and Marty Wolfson; Panther Pride: University of Pittsburgh Men’s Basketball; Houston Chronicle, Sam Sciullo, Jr.; Sue Wrbican, Brian Spurlock; Stephen C. Parker; Brian Tirpak; Mitchell Layton; Shawn Sullivan; Pittsburgh Pirates; Pittsburgh Steelers; Pittsburgh Convention and Visitors Bureau; Stephen Slade, USA Basketball; NBA Photo Services; CBS; CoSIDa; Mike Humes, ESPN. „ SPECIAL THANKS Bob Goodrich, RR Donnelley Hoechstetter; Rob Price, Vance Wright Adams; Sam Sciullo, Jr.; Terry Beckwith, Fort Worth, Texas. „ ON THE COVER Pitt celebrates its 2011 Big East regular season championship following a Senior Day win over Villanova, Pitt’s sixth conference title in the last 10 years.

One of the nation’s best shooters, most prolific scorers and clutch players, Ashton Gibbs enters his senior season at Pitt. The only All-Big East First Team returnee from the 2010-11 season, Gibbs has already scored 1,207 points, surpassed the 20-point mark 23 times in his career and led Pitt in scoring in each of the last two seasons. A heady combination guard, proven winner and competitor, he has the opportunity to rewrite Pitt records for 3-point shooting, free throw shooting and scoring. Gibbs spent the past summer in China representing the USA Basketball Team at the World University Games where he led the Americans in both assists and minutes played and averaged 11.6 points per game. An All-America and Academic All-America candidate, Gibbs will be counted upon to provide leadership, scoring and clutch play for Pitt in 2011-12.

An athletic, hard-nosed and fierce competitor, Nasir Robinson returns for his senior season. Undersized at 6-feet-5, Robinson is a passionate player who brings unlimited energy to the floor and provides important intangibles for the Panthers including stellar defense, rebounding ability, quickness and scoring. He excels at passing, slashing to the basket on offense and is explosive around the rim. Robinson has played in 94 career games with 55 starts. Last year, he averaged 9.4 points, 4.9 rebounds and ranked second among Big East leaders in field goal percentage (54.8). Look for Robinson to again make a significant impact during his senior season.

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SEASON PREVIEW Ashton Gibbs and Nasir Robinson lead a talented group that returns seven of its top 10 scorers from a 28-6, Big East regular season champion team

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Expectations have not changed for Pitt Basketball as fan excitement is once again at an all-time high. Pitt enters its 2011-12 season ranked among everyone’s top-25. The Panthers are once again considered among the favorites to challenge for the Big East title. Considering that Pitt has led the league in conference titles won (6), overall winning percentage (.794, 273-71) and Big East winning percentage (.738, 124-44) over the last 10 seasons and the fact that the Panthers are coming off a 28-6 overall season, their second Big East regular season title in eight years under head coach Jamie Dixon and a No. 1 seed upon entering the NCAA Tournament for the second time in school history in 2010-11, those fan expectations are expected. Despite losing three senior starters in Gilbert Brown, Gary McGhee and Brad Wanamaker comprising 41.4 percent of its scoring and 44.7 percent of its rebounding from last year’s squad, Dixon returns two senior starters, seven experienced letterwinners, seven of its top-10 in minutes played, 58.6 percent of its scoring and 55.3 percent of its rebounding from last year’s team. In addition, the Panthers add four talented freshmen and two players who earned medical redshirts last year.

Here is a position-by-position look at the 2011-12 Pitt Panthers:

FORWARDS Depth will be the key for Pitt's frontcourt in 2011-12. Despite losing small forward Gilbert Brown, Pitt’s third leading scorer from a year ago and a 1,000-point career scorer, the Panthers return four lettermen at both forward positions. Leading the pack is the team’s topreturning rebounder in senior Nasir Robinson. An undersized power forward at 6-5, Robinson’s 54.8 field goal percentage ranked second in the Big East last year. Robinson, who started 55 games over his first three seasons, has proved to be a force around the basket and rugged defender. A premier zone-buster on offense who creates matchup problems, Robinson makes up for his lack of size with quickness and agility. Look for Robinson to improve upon his 9.4 ppg. and 4.9 rpg. averages from a season ago. Redshirt sophomore Talib Zanna made 13 starts and saw action in 27 games last year before suffering a broken right thumb, an injury that sidelined him for the season’s final seven games. Athletically gifted for his

PITT’S PRESEASON STORYLINES „ Pitt begins its quest for an 11th consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance and 11th straight season with 20 or more wins. „ Pitt returns two starters, seven of its top-10 scorers, seven of its top-10 in minutes played, 58.6 percent of its scoring and 55.3 percent of its rebounding from a team that finished 28-6 overall, won the Big East regular season title outright, advanced to its 10th straight NCAA TTournament and earned a No. 1 seed upon entering the tourney. „ Jamie Dixon enters his ninth season as Pitt’s head coach with a 216-60 overall record. The 216 victories set an NCAA Division I all-time record for most wins after the first eight seasons as a head coach. Dixon also became the first coach in school history to guide Pitt to eight straight NCAA Tournaments, eight consecutive 20-win seasons and eight straight 10-plus win years in Big East play. He also became the only NCAA Division I head basketball coach in each of the last six years to guide a program to six consecutive NCAA Tournaments and at least one victory in each of the six tournaments. „ Once again, Pitt will play a difficult schedule in 2011-12. Combining the last nine seasons, Pitt has ranked No. 3 nationally in combined average RPI. Pitt will also play 16 games against opponents that advanced to postseason play in 2010-11, including 13 contests versus teams advancing to the 2011 NCAA Tournament. Opponents highlighting Pitt’s non-conference slate include Tennessee (Dec. 3) in the Big East/SEC Challenge, Oklahoma State (Dec. 10) in the Madison Square Garden Classic, Duquesne (Nov. 30) in the annual City Game at Consol Energy Center and a visit to the renowned Palestra for a Thanksgiving weekend game against Penn (Nov. 25). „ For the second time in program history, Pitt will host ESPN College GameDayy prior to its contest against Louisville (Jan. 21). Pitt has appeared on ESPN College GameDayy four previous times since the show began in 2005.

Senior Nasir Robinson returns for his fourth year at Pitt. An undersized power forward at 6-5, Robinson used his quickness and agility to average 9.4 points and 4.9 rebounds per game last season.

size, Zanna’s strong physical presence on the boards and a blossoming offensive game, will put him in position to earn minutes at both power forward and center this season. Zanna’s 14point, 12-rebound double-double against Maryland at Madison Square Garden last November gave Pitt fans a glimpse of his unlimited talent. Redshirt sophomore Lamar Patterson is a smart, steady and savvy distributor who can also hit open jump shots. His perimeter passing ability and court vision makes Patterson a seasoned option at small forward. He saw action in 32 of 34 games in 201011, can play either forward position

and will compete for a starting spot at small forward. Sophomore J.J. Moore is an extremely athletic and experienced wing who appeared in 23 games off the bench last season. A penetrator with a scorer’s mentality, Moore possesses the ability to score either from inside or on the perimeter. At 66, Moore will make a major contribution at both the small forward and shooting guard positions. Pitt also adds Baltimore native and 6-6 freshman Durand Johnson to the frontcourt. Johnson offers a combination of scoring and shooting ability in 2011-12.

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WHAT PITT RETURNS IN 2011-12 Category g y Percent Returning g Last year’s starters: ...................................................................... 40% (2 of 5) Last year’s total starts: .......................................................... 40% (68 of 170) Team’s top-10 in minutes played: .............................................. 70% (7 of 10) Total minutes played: ................................................... 57.7% (3936 of 6824) Points scored: ............................................................... 58.6% (1472 of 2514) Field goals made: ............................................................. 58.9% (522 of 886) Field goal attempts: ..................................................... 59.2% (1105 of 1866) 3-point FG made: ............................................................. 70.8% (143 of 202) 3-point FG attempts: ........................................................ 69.9% (358 of 512) Offensive rebounds: .......................................................... 61.8% (299 of 484) Defensive rebounds: ......................................................... 51.7% (452 of 874) Total rebounds: ............................................................... 55.3% (751 of 1358) Personal fouls: .................................................................. 61.1% (373 of 610) Assists: .............................................................................. 53.3% (317 of 595) Turnovers: .......................................................................... 58.9% (234 of 397) Blocked shots: .................................................................... 36.9% (41 of 111) Steals: ................................................................................. 53.8% (86 of 160)

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UPPER LEFT: Back for his senior season, Ashton Gibbs has the opportunity to set school career records for 3-point field goals made and attempts, 3-point percentage and free throw percentage. ABOVE CENTER: Redshirt sophomore Talib Zanna has fully recovered from a broken right thumb injury. He missed the final seven games of the 2010-11 season due to injury. ABOVE: Redshirt junior Tray Woodall has led the Panthers in assist:turnover ratio in each of the last two seasons. He ranked second among conference leaders in the same category (2.34). LEFT: Junior center/forward Dante Taylor will have the opportunity to play major minutes at center this year. Over his first two seasons, Taylor has averaged 4.6 points, 4.1 rebounds and 14.5 minutes per game off the bench.

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Sophomore walk-on Aron Nwankwo provides depth at forward.

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Pitt must replace one of its all-time best defensive centers and the school’s sixth all-time leading shot blocker Gary McGhee. The Panthers will look to former McDonald’s All-American and junior Dante Taylor to fill the starting center role. A strong physical rebounder, Taylor has worked diligently in the offseason to improve his offensive low post game. Over his first two seasons at Pitt, he averaged 4.6 points, 4.1 rebounds and blocked 42 shots while playing reserve minutes. Look for Taylor’s numbers to increase significantly as his minutes increase in 2011-12. Freshman Khem Birch, one of two McDonald’s All-American players on Pitt’s roster, will backup Taylor and also compete for playing time at power forward. His exceptional athleticism, leaping ability and 6-9 height will enable Birch to make an instant impact on the defensive end. Birch is a terrific shot blocker who displays impressive mobility for a big man. Freshman Malcom Gilbert will also compete for playing time at center. At 6-11, the athletic and mobile Gilbert has also proven to own an effective defensive game.

GUARDS Because of his offensive playmaking abilities, departed off guard Brad Wanamaker will certainly be missed and his production will be difficult to replace in 2011-12. An all-around player who earned All-Big East Second Team honors along with the Big East Sportsmanship Award, Wanamaker led the Panthers in assists, while also averaging 11.7 points and 5.2 rebounds last season. Pitt returns senior guard Ashton Gibbs, who is already one of the most ABOVE RIGHT-CORNER: Sophomore J.J. Moore showed flashes of his athleticism last year. He saw action in 23 games, averaging 3.7 points per game. ABOVE RIGHT:: Junior Tray Woodall is Pitt’s lone returning true point guard. He ranked second on the team in assists with a 3.4 assists per game average last season. RIGHT:: Nasir Robinson ranked second in the Big East Conference in field goal percentage (.548). He is a steady all-around performer who will make a major impact in 2011-12. FAR RIGHT: The strong and physical Talib Zanna will contribute in the low post for the Panthers. Zanna, who started 13 games last season at power forward, scored 14 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in his most memorable contest against Maryland. He will be counted upon for increased production in 2011-12.

prolific scorers and shooters in school history. Gibbs enters his senior season ranked among Pitt career leaders in scoring (23rd, 1,207 points), 3-point field goals made (4th, 216), 3-point field goal percentage (2nd, 44.1) and free throw percentage (2nd, 87.9). A First Team All-Big East selection last year, Gibbs led the Panthers in scoring (16.8 ppg.), set the school’s season record for 3-point field goals made (102), scored 20 or more points in 12 contests and reached double figures in 26 of 31 games. Gibbs also ranked third among NCAA Division I leaders in 3-point field goal pct. (49.0), fifth in 3point field goal per game (3.3) and 18th in free throw pct. (88.9). Look for Gibbs to log major minutes at both guard positions in 2011-12. Redshirt junior Tray Woodall also returns as a key contributor at point

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PERSONNEL BREAKDOWN PLAYERS A RETURNING ((9)) Player y Pos. 2010-11 Statistics Ashton Gibbs (SR) ...................... G ...... 16.8 ppg, 49.0 3FG%, 88.9 FT% Notes: All-Big East First Team selection…Wooden Award nominee…AP All-America honorable mention…Averaged 11.6 ppg. and led USA Basketball team in assists (18) at World University Games in China this summer...Led Panthers in scoring in each of past two seasons…Scored 20-plus points 12 times and reached double figures in 26 of 31 contests…Ranked 3rdd nationally in 3-pt. FG pct. (49.0)…Led Big East in 3-pt. FG made, 3-pt. pct. and ranked 2ndd in FT pct. (88.9)...Set school record for 3-pt. FG made in a season (102)…39thh player in school history to surpass 1,000 points in career…Career statistics: 1,207 points, 12.1 ppg, 216-490 3FGM (44.1 pct.), 233-265 FTM (87.9 pct). Nasir Robinson (SR) ................... F ...... 9.4 ppg, 4.9 rpg, 54.8 FG% Notes: 21 starts at power forward…Team’s top returning rebounder… Four double-doubles…Ranked 2ndd in Big East in FG pct (54.8)…Reached double figure scoring 12 times…Career statistics: 55 starts, 5.8 ppg, 51.9 FG pct., 4.0 rpg, 108 assists. Tray Woodall (RS-JR) .................. G ...... 6.4 ppg, 3.5 apg, 72.8 FT% Notes: Lone true point guard that returns with experience…Played in all 34 games with four starts…Scored in double figures six times…Fiveplus assists in 10 games…2.34 asst:to ratio ranked 2ndd in Big East…2.12 career ast/to ratio currently ranks third in school history…Career statistics: 78 GP, 15 starts, 5.2 ppg, 43 3FGM, 242 assists. Dante Taylor (JR) ......................... C ...... 5.1 ppg, 4.5 rpg, 61.6 FG% Notes: Played in 33 of 34 games off bench at center…Led Pitt in FG pct…Top returning shot blocker, second returning rebounder…15 games of 5-plus rebounds and two games of 10-plus rebounds…Career statistics: 67 GP, 4.6 ppg, 60.2 FG pct, 4.1 rpg, 42 blocks. Talib Zanna (RS-SO) .................. PF ...... 3.7 ppg, 3.4 rpg, 56.3 FG% Notes: Started season’s first 13 games, appeared in 27 contests at power forward…Missed season’s final seven games with a broken right thumb…Reached double figure scoring in four games and double figure rebounding twice…One double-double (14 pts,12 rebs) vs. Maryland, 11/ 18…Career statistics: 28 GP, 100 pts, 93 rebs, 9 blocks.

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Lamar Patterson (RS-SO) ........... F ...... 12.5 mpg, 2.6 ppg, 2.0 rpg. Notes: Played in 32 of 34 games at both forward positions…Career statistics: 42 GP, 107 pts, 76 rebs, 46 ast, 17 steals. J.J. Moore (SO) ............................ F ...... 8.0 mpg, 3.7 ppg, 44.3 FG% Notes: Appeared in 23 games at small forward off the bench…Three 10plus scoring games…Career statistics: 23 GP, 86 pts, 29 rebs, 7 steals. Isaiah Epps (RS-FR) .................... G ...... Redshirted 2010-11 season Cameron Wright (RS-FR) ............ G ...... Redshirted 2010-11 season PLAYERS A LOST (4) ( ) Player y Pos. 2010-11 Statistics Brad Wanamaker (SR) ................ G ...... 11.7 ppg, 5.2 rpg, 5.1 apg. Notes: One of 30 finalists for the Naismith and Wooden Awards…AP AllAmerica honorable mention selection…Earned Big East Sportsmanship Award…All-Big East Second team honoree…Eight career doubledoubles…Started 68 consecutive games…40thh player in school history to score 1,000 points in a career…One of two players in school history to surpass 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 400 assists in a career…Career statistics: 134 GP, 1,090 pts, 525 rbs, 454 ast, 130 steals. Gilbert Brown (SR) .................... F ...... 11.3 ppg, 4.4 rpg, 78.9 FT pct. Notes: Started all 34 games at small forward...Scored 10-plus points in 20 games...Reached double figure scoring in 48 career games…41st player in school history to score 1,000 career points…Career statistics: 129 GP, 1,046 pts, 438 rbs, 234 ast, 74.5 FT pct. Gary McGhee (SR) ....................... C ...... 6.9 ppg, 7.7 rpg, 56.7 FG pct. Notes: Started all 34 games at center…Led the Panthers in rebounding and blocks (44)…One of the best defensive centers to play at Pitt…10th player in school history to surpass 100 career blocks, sixth all-time with 114 blocks…Career statistics: 120 GP, 538 pts, 569 rbs, 58.3 FG pct. J.J. Richardson (SO) ................... C ...... 23 GP, 5.3 mpg, 47.8 FG pct. Notes: Career Statistics: 45 GP, 53.1 FG pct, 41 rebounds. NEWCOMERS ((4)) Player y Pos. Hometown/Previous School Khem Birch ................................ F ....... Montreal, Quebec/Notre Dame Acad. Malcom Gilbert .......................... C ....... Smyrna, Del./Acad. of the N. Church Durand Johnson ......................... F ....... Baltimore, Md./Brewster (N.H.) John Johnson ............................ G ....... Philadelphia, Pa./Life Center Acad.

guard. He is the team’s top-returning distributor after leading Pitt and ranking second in the Big East with a 2.34 assist:turnover ratio last season. Woodall also has displayed a knack for hitting clutch 3-point shots late in contests. Look for Woodall to emerge as a leader in the Panthers’ backcourt in 2011-12. Redshirt freshman Cameron Wright returns to the squad and will compete for playing time at shooting guard. A player who fits Pitt’s system, Wright blends athleticism, competitiveness, quickness and scoring ability. This summer, Wright earned a tryout for the USA Basketball Under-19 Team this summer. Freshman Isaiah Epps is a solid ball-handler and capable outside shooter. The lefthanded guard, who redshirted the 2010-11 season, will compete for minutes at point guard this season. Freshman John Johnson is a playmaking combo-guard from Philadelphia. Johnson can create his own shot, distribute to teammates and finish in traffic at the rim. He will challenge for playing time at both guard positions in 2011-12. A fan favorite, senior walk-on Nick Rivers will also provide depth at both guard positions.

ABOVE LEFT: Redshirt sophomore Lamar Patterson will be counted upon for major minutes at the small forward position. ABOVE RIGHT:: Cameron Wright redshirted last season. He will see action at the off guard position in 2011-12. ABOVE : Talib Zanna, Lamar Patterson, Isaiah Epps, Nasir Robinson and Dante Taylor share a moment on the bench last year. All five will be counted upon to make significant contributions this year.

SCHEDULE Once again, Pitt will face a challenging schedule. Overall, Pitt will play 16 contests against teams that advanced to postseason play in 201011 and 13 games against schools which advanced to the 2011 NCAA Tournament. Fifteen contests have been slated for national television. Highlighting Pitt’s 13-game nonconference schedule is a Big East/SEC Challenge game at Tennessee (Dec. 3) and a contest at Madison Square Garden against Oklahoma State (Dec. 10). Pitt and Duquesne will meet in the annual City Game on Nov. 30 at Consol Energy Center.

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2011-12 ROSTER NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 1 2 3 4 5 11 12 14 15 21 24 33 35 42 44

Name Pos. Tray Woodall G Isaiah Epps G Cameron Wright G John Johnson G Durand Johnson G/F Dante Taylor F Ashton Gibbs G Nick Rivers G Aron Nwankwo F Lamar Patterson G/F Khem Birch F Malcolm Gilbert C Nasir Robinson F Talib Zanna F J.J. Moore F * By class denotes redshirt year

Ht. 5-11 6-2 6-4 6-1 6-6 6-9 6-2 6-0 6-7 6-5 6-9 6-11 6-5 6-9 6-6

Wt. 190 185 205 175 190 240 190 180 205 221 220 235 225 230 205

Cl. JR* FR* FR* FR FR JR SR SR SO SO* FR FR SR SO* SO

Exp. p 2L RS RS HS HS 2L 3L 2L 1L 1L HS HS 3L 1L 1L

Hometown/Previous School Brooklyn, N.Y.-Paterson, N.J./St. Anthony (N.J.) Plainfield, N.J./Hargrave Military Academy/Plainfield Cleveland, Ohio/Benedictine Philadelphia, Pa./Life Center Academy (N.J.)/Girard College H.S.

Baltimore, Md./Brewster Academy (N.H.)/Lake Clifton Greenburgh, N.Y./National Christian Academy (Md.) Scotch Plains, N.J./Seton Hall Prep Phoenix, Ariz./Brophy Prep Baltimore, Md./Baltimore City College Lancaster, Pa./St. Benedict’s (N.J.)/J.P. McCaskey Montreal-Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Quebec/Notre Dame Prep (Mass.)

Smyrna, Del./The Academy of the New Church (Pa.) Chester, Pa./Chester Kaduna, Nigeria/Bishop McNamara (Md.) Brentwood, N.Y./South Kent Prep (Conn.)/Brentwood

Head Coach: Jamie Dixon (TCU, 1987), begins 9th Year as Head Coach, 13th year at Pitt, 216-60 overall; Assistant Coach: Pat Sandle (San Francisco State, 1987); Assistant Coach: Brandin Knight (Pittsburgh, 2005); Assistant Coach: Bill Barton (Salem State, 1989); Director of Basketball Operations: Brian Regan (Saint Vincent, 1988); Video Coordinator: Jordan Marks (Pittsburgh, 2008); Graduate Manager: Jason Richards (Davidson, 2008); Athletic Trainer: Tony Salesi (Pittsburgh, 1980); Strength & Conditioning Coach: Tim Beltz (Northern Colorado, 1995); Academic Coordinator: Mike Farabaugh (Pittsburgh, 1987); Equipment Manager: Brian Brigger (Xavier, 2004); Team Managers: Ben Blount, Rob Briggs, Jonathon Brodack, Brian Colombo, Jared Dorfman, Matt Falcon, Seth Friedman, Brendan Kozlowski, Michael Lindebaum; Admin. Assistant: Beth Schoedel.

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Name Pos. Khem Birch F Isaiah Epps G Ashton Gibbs G Malcolm Gilbert C John Johnson G Durand Johnson G/F J.J. Moore F Aron Nwankwo F Lamar Patterson G/F Nick Rivers G Nasir Robinson F Dante Taylor F Tray Woodall G Cameron Wright G Talib Zanna F * By class denotes redshirt year

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Khem Birch ....................... Kem Durand Johnson ............... Dur-Ron Aron Nwankwo ................. Nah-wonk-whoa Nasir Robinson ................. Na-seer Talib Zanna ....................... Ta-leeb T Zah-nah

Ht. 6-9 6-2 6-2 6-11 6-1 6-6 6-6 6-7 6-5 6-0 6-5 6-9 5-11 6-4 6-9

Wt. 220 185 190 235 175 190 205 205 221 180 225 240 190 205 230

Cl. FR FR* SR FR FR FR SO SO SO* SR SR JR JR* FR* SO*

Exp. p HS RS 3L HS HS HS 1L 1L 1L 2L 3L 2L 2L RS 1L

Hometown/Previous School Montreal-Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Quebec/Notre Dame Prep (Mass.)

Plainfield, N.J./Hargrave Military Academy/Plainfield Scotch Plains, N.J./Seton Hall Prep Smyrna, Del./The Academy of the New Church (Pa.) Philadelphia, Pa./Life Center Academy (N.J.)/Girard College H.S.

Baltimore, Md./Brewster Academy (N.H.)/Lake Clifton Brentwood, N.Y./South Kent Prep (Conn.)/Brentwood Baltimore, Md./Baltimore City College Lancaster, Pa./St. Benedict’s (N.J.)/J.P. McCaskey Phoenix, Ariz./Brophy Prep Chester, Pa./Chester Greenburgh, N.Y./National Christian Academy (Md.) Brooklyn, N.Y.-Paterson, N.J./St. Anthony (N.J.) Cleveland, Ohio/Benedictine Kaduna, Nigeria/Bishop McNamara (Md.)

CLASS BREAKDOWN Total Players: 15 Seniors: 3 (Ashton Gibbs, Nick Rivers, Nasir Robinson). Redshirt Junior: 1 (Travon Woodall). Juniors: 1 (Dante Taylor). Redshirt Sophomores: 2 (Lamar Patterson, Talib Zanna). Sophomores: 2 (J.J. Moore, Aron Nwankwo) Redshirt Freshmen: 2 (Isaiah Epps, Cameron Wright). Freshmen: 4 (Khem Birch, Malcolm Gilbert, Durand Johnson, John Johnson).

GEOGRAPHICAL ROSTER Arizona: 1 (Nick Rivers, Phoenix). Delaware: 1 (Malcolm Gilbert, Smyrna). Maryland: 2 (Durand Johnson, Baltimore; Aron Nwankwo, Baltimore). New Jersey: 2 (Isaiah Epps, Plainfield; Ashton Gibbs, Scotch Plains). New York: 3 (J.J. Moore, Brentwood; Dante Taylor, Greenburgh; Travon Woodall, Brooklyn). Nigeria: 1 (Talib Zanna, Kaduna). Ohio: 1 (Cameron Wright, Cleveland). Pennsylvania: 3 (John Johnson, Philadelphia; Lamar Patterson, Lancaster; Nasir Robinson, Chester). Quebec, Canada: 1 (Khem Birch, Montreal).

Beginning his 13th year at Pitt and ninth as head coach, Jamie Dixon has made his mark on the Pitt Basketball program. The 2011 Sporting News National Coach of the Year recipient, Dixon has compiled a 216-60 record, captured three Big East Championships (2004 regular season, 2008 tournament, 2011 regular season) and guided Pitt to eight consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. Last year, he set the all-time NCAA Division I record for most wins after eight seasons as a head coach (216) and his current .708 winning percentage ranks No. 1 among all-time Big East coaches. Dixon has also put together an outstanding coaching staff. With the staff’s unique blend of experience, contacts, talent, technical knowledge and personality, Pitt’s coaching staff of Pat Sandle, Brandin Knight, Bill Barton and Brian Regan rates among the nation’s best.

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Toughness. Intelligence. Unselfishness. Consistency. Teamwork. Success. Improvement. Those seven words describe the University of Pittsburgh basketball program led by head coach Jamie Dixon. Using those ideals, Dixon has established and maintained a “Tradition of Excellence” and “Culture of Success” for Pitt basketball both on and off the floor. On the floor, Pitt has emerged as a national power. The Panthers rank among the nation’s top-5 in winning percentage over the last 10 years and Pitt has claimed more conference titles (six) than any other school in the Big East. Player development is a cornerstone to the program as six players have won the Big East Most Improved Player Award overr the last 11 seasons. Off the floor, Dixon has built a program that its fans can be proud of. Pitt is prominent in the community, donating countless hours of service for the greater good. In the classroom, Pitt has graduated 29 of its last 36 student-athletes and consistently achieves high NCAA Academic Performancee Rate scores. Beginning his 13th year at Pitt and ninth as its head coach, Dixon has stockpiled numerous coaching milestones and awards: „ Set the all-time NCAA Division I record for most wins after eight seasons as a head coach in 2011 with 216 victories. He also tied the record for most wins after seven seasons as a head coach in 2010 (188) and set the sixyear mark in 2009 (163). „ Earned four college basketball National Coach of the Year honors: 2011 Sporting News COY, 2010 Jim Phelan Award COY, 2010 USA Basketball and 2009 Naismith COY. „ Guided Pitt to three Big East Championships including two outright Big East regular season titles (2003-04 and 2010-11) and one tournament championship (2008). The recent 2011 outright regular season title came in a league that placed an all-time record 11 teams in the NCAA Tournament.

„ Led Pitt to its first two No. 1 seeds upon entering the NCAA Tournament (2009 and 2011). „ Became the only coach in NCAA Division I basketball to guide his team to the NCAA Tournament and win at least one game in each tournament over the last six seasons (2006-11). „ Guided Pitt to its first-ever NCAA Regional Final and Elite Eight appearance, a school-best 31-5 record, the school’s first-ever No. 1 national ranking and the program’s first-ever No. 1 seed upon entering the NCAA Tournament in 2008-09. „ Led the USA Basketball Under-19 Team to the 2009 FIBA World Championship Gold Medal and 90 record after inheriting an overhauled roster and assuming head coaching duties a month before the competition began. „ Concluded the 2010-11 season as the winningest coach in Big East history with a current .708 winning percentage in league games (109-45), while surpassing several legendary coaches including John Thompson, Jim Calhoun, Jim Boeheim and Lou Carnesseca. „ Became the first head coach in school history to lead Pitt to eight consecutive 20-win seasons, eight straight 10-plus win Big East regular seasons and eight straight NCAA Tournaments. „ Directed Pitt to three NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearances (2004, 2007 and 2009). „ Named Madison Square Garden’s College Basketball “Coach of the Decade” (2000-10). „ Guided Pitt to its second all-time Big East Championship title in 2008. The Panthers became just the second squad in league history to capture the crown after winning four games. „ Led Pitt to the Big East Championship Final in four of his first eight seasons as head coach. „ Is one of only nine coaches in NCAA Division I history to win over 100 games during the first four seasons of a coaching career.

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THE JAMIE DIXON FILE „ Birthdate: November 10, 1965 in Burbank, Calif. „ Hometown: North Hollywood, Calif. „ Education: Master of Science–Economics, University of California-Santa Barbara, 1992; Bachelor of Business Administration–Finance, Texas Christian University, 1987; Notre Dame High School graduate (Sherman Oaks, Calif.), 1983. „ Date announced as Pitt Head Coach: Tuesday, April 15, 2003. „ Family: Wife, Jacqueline, son Jack Connor (born June 2, 2002), daughter Shannon Iwalani (born Feb. 25, 2004); son of Jim & Marge Dixon who reside in Los Angeles; has two sisters: Julie, who is an attorney in Los Angeles and the late Maggie Dixon, who served as head women’s basketball coach at the United States Military Academy (2005-06) and as an assistant at DePaul University. „ Coaching Career Head Coach, University of Pittsburgh, 2003-present; Associate Head Coach, University of Pittsburgh, 1999-2003; Assistant Coach, University of Hawaii, 1998-99; Assistant Coach, Northern Arizona University, 1994-98; Assistant Coach, University of Hawaii, 1992-94; Graduate Assistant Coach, University of California-Santa Barbara, 1991-92; Assistant Coach, Los Angeles Valley Junior College, 1989-91. „ Playing Career Notre Dame High School, Sherman Oaks, Calif.; Texas Christian University, 1984-87 (Named All-SWC in 1987 and SWC All-Academic honoree), led SWC in assists as a senior; Played professionally in the Continental Basketball Association (Lacrosse Catbirds) and overseas (New Zealand). „ Noteworthy Awards 2011 Sporting News National Coach of the Year; 2010 Jim Phelan National Coach of the Year; 2009 USA Basketball National Coach of the Year; 2009 Naismith National Coach of the Year; 2009 USA Basketball Under-19 Head Coach, FIBA World Championship Gold Medal; 2009 USBWA District 2 Coach of the Year; 2009 Woodlands Foundation Spirit Award; 2008 Bob Prince Award winner recipient at Art Rooney Awards Dinner, Catholic Youth Foundation; 2007 TCU Athletic Hall of Fame inductee; 2004 Big East Coach of the Year; 2004 YMCA “Person of the Year.” „ Administrative Committees NABC Board of Directors, 2011; NCAA Ethics Coalition, 2009.

„ Reached both 100 wins and 200 wins at Pitt faster than any other head coach in school history. Dixon needed only 126 games to reach the milestone. Only 14 coaches in the history of college basketball reached 100 career His victories faster than Dixon. Hi His 200 victories were accomplished in only 255 total contests. He is one of only 13 coaches in NCAA Division I history to reach 200 victories in 255 games or less. „ Amassed a spectacular eightyear 98-38 Big East regularseason record. „ Tallied a 133-12 home record in his first eight seasons. „ Became the first rookie head coach in Big East history to both guide his team to the league’s regular season title and earn Big East Coach of the Year honors in 2003-04. Dixon earned those accolades after leading the Panthers to the Big East regular season title and a school-record 31 wins, which rank as the third highest total in NCAA Division I history for a first-year head coach. Dixon also led Pitt on an 18-game win streak to begin the season, a streak which ranks as the third-best start for a rookie head coach in NCAA Division I history.

An outstanding talent evaluator who is nationally recognized for his coaching know-how, unquestioned character and integrity, recruiting skills, rapport with players and work ethic, Jamie Dixon was introduced as the University of Pittsburgh’s 14th head basketball coach on April 15, 2003. Dixon is a basketball coach who is intelligent, honest, confident, well-spoken and true to his word. He is a family man and complete coach who cares for his players and program to the highest degree. Under Dixon, student-athletes have consistently improved as players on the court and developed as citizens off the court. His players consistently graduate and the Pitt program continually achieves high APR scores. For Dixon, basketball is a lifestyle, not a job. He believes teamwork, offensive efficiency, defense, rebounding and taking good shots are the key ingredients to winning championships. That philosophy has paid off as Pitt consistently ranks among the nation’s top offensive, defensive and rebounding squads. Dixon’s eight-year head coaching tenure at Pitt has seen the Panthers compile a remarkable 216-60 record, accumulate an 98-38 Big East regular season record and earn

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ACTIVE NCAA WINNING PERCENTAGE LEADERS

NCAA DIVISION I BEST COACHING STARTS (8 YEARS)

Coach Pct. Roy Williams, No. Carolina ..... .795 Mark Few, Gonzaga ............... .792 JAMIE DIXON, PITT ............. .783 Thad Matta, Ohio State .......... .770 John Calipari, Kentucky ......... .770 Bo Ryan, Wisconsin ............... .764 Mike Krzyzewski, Duke .......... .760 Jim Boeheim, Syracuse ......... .741 Bob Huggins, WVU ................. .731 Rick Pitino, Louisville ............. .730

Coach Wins JAMIE DIXON, PITT .............. 216 Everett Case, NC State ............ 213 Roy Williams, Kansas .............. 213 Mark Few, Gonzaga ................ 211 Bruce Weber, SIU/Illinois ......... 192 Jerry Tarkanian, LBS/UNLV ..... 189 John Calipari, UMass .............. 189 Tom Izzo, MSU ........................ 189 Tubby Smith, UT/UGa/UK ........ 187 Denny Crum, Louisville ........... 186

eight NCAA Tournament berths, including three Sweet Sixteen appearances (2004, 2007 and 2009) and one NCAA Regional Final (2009). His 216 victories set an NCAA Division I all-time record for best start to a coaching career after eight seasons and his .783 career winning percentage currently stands third nationally and the best active among Big East coaches. In addition, his .708 Big East winning percentage ranks as the best alltime mark in league play, surpassing such names as Georgetown’s John Thompson, Connecticut’s Jim Calhoun, Syracuse’s Jim Boeheim and St. John’s Lou Carnesseca. Dixon’s players at Pitt have excelled as well. Three (DeJuan Blair, San Antonio Spurs; Aaron Gray, New Orleans Hornets; Sam Young, Memphis Grizzlies) are currently playing in the NBA while four have been selected in the NBA Draft. Four players have earned consensus AllAmerica honors, 15 were All-Region honorees, 10 earned major Big East awards and 12 scored over 1,000 career points. Over the past 12 seasons, Dixon has been the one constant and essential figure in the Panthers’

dramatic rise to national prominence. The three-year span from 2001-04 produced the winningest period in school history as Pitt won three consecutive Big East regularseason titles, advanced to three straight NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearances, captured the program’s first-ever Big East Tournament title in 2003 and compiled one of the nation’s three best winning percentages (.846 with an 88-16 record) from 2001-04 including a 51-2 home record. In addition, the program opened its sparkling, 12,508-seat Petersen Events Center, the nation’s best oncampus basketball venue. Dixon has 20 years of major NCAA Division I coaching experience, including stints at Pitt (12 years), Northern Arizona (four years), Hawaii (three years) and UC-Santa Barbara (one year). Additionally, he has served as an assistant under a school’s winningest coach in four different stints (winning percentage). His teams have won a combined 10 conference titles, advanced to the postseason during 15 different seasons and his student-athletes have earned five league player of the year awards.

DIXON IN THE COMMUNITY „ Maggie Dixon Foundation. „ Created and designed the Coach Dixon Timeout Program, a yearlong series of workshops designed for his current players to have consistent, on-going contact with Pittsburgh area youth. „ Maggie Dixon Heart Health Fair in Pittsburgh and NYC. „ CARE Foundation which sponsors the Maggie Dixon Classic, the national premier women’s college basketball event held annually at Madison Square Garden. „ Sponsors Coaches vs. Cancer Auction and dinner evening in Pittsburgh each May. „ American Red Cross Heroes Breakfast keynote speaker. „ Big Brothers/Big Sisters. „ Kennometal United Way. „ Campaign Chairman-Junior Achievement. „ 2004 YMCA “Person of the Year” Award winner.

„ Boy Scouts of America. „ Frank McGuire Foundation Speaker, NYC. „ Bob Prince Award, Art Rooney Dinner and Catholic Youth Association. „ Woodlands Foundation Spirit of Golf Award. „ American Heart Association. „ Raises funds for The Caring Place, a community supported center that helps grieving children and families cope with the loss of a loved one. „ HOPE Network Hoops Classic, a charitable event that raises funds to support sports, fitness and recreation programs for disabled children and adults. „ Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. „ American Diabetes Association. „ Variety Club-recognition for outstanding community service and fundraising in Pittsburgh. „ Keynote speaker at numerous non-profit organizations.

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He helped turn destitute programs at Pitt, Hawaii and Northern Arizona into winners and has experienced a high level of accomplishment at several different levels. Facing a major rebuilding project, he joined the Pitt staff in 1999 as associate head coach and recruiting coordinator. In four short years, he helped turn the Pitt basketball program into a consistent national power. In 2000-01, the Panthers surged through the conference tournament, earning a surprising Big East Championship title game berth while winning five of their last seven contests. It was that year in Madison Square Garden that the college basketball world first took notice of the emerging Pitt program as the Panthers upset nationally ranked Syracuse, Notre Dame and a surging Miami team to earn the school’s first-ever championship game berth. That strong finish concluded with a National Invitation Tournament berth, the school’s first postseason appearance in four years. The 2001-02 Pitt team built upon that momentum as it finished 29-6 and surpassed the school record of 25 victories set in 1973-74. Pitt won the Big East West championship, the school’s first league title of any kind since the 1987-88 campaign, and made its first NCAA Tournament appearance in nine seasons (199293). The squad also became the first Pitt team to advance to an NCAA Sweet Sixteen since 1973-74 with two NCAA tournament wins over Central Connecticut State and California. With all five starters and nine letterwinners back, the 2002-03 Pitt squad captured the school’s firstever Big East Tournament champi-

BIG EAST’S ALL-TIME WINNINGEST COACHES (PCT.) Coach Pct. JAMIE DIXON, PITT ............. .708 John Thompson, GU ............... .653 Jim Calhoun, UConn .............. .645 Jim Boeheim, Syracuse ......... .642 Lou Carnesecca, SJU ............. .635 Mike Jarvis, SJU .................... .613 Ben Howland, Pitt .................. .613 Rollie Massimino, VU ............. .572 (league regular season games and championship games combined)

onship while making its third straight appearance in the title game. It finished 28-5 on the year and advanced to its second consecutive NCAA Sweet Sixteen. The Panthers also won their second straight Big East West title and coBig East regular-season title with a second consecutive 13-3 league record. In addition, the Panthers concluded the inaugural season in the Petersen Events Center with a perfect 16-0 home record and ended the season on a 22-game home win streak. Prior to Pittsburgh, Dixon served as an assistant coach at the University of Hawaii under legendary head coach Riley Wallace for the 1998-99 season and previously was an assistant under Ben Howland at Northern Arizona University (1994-98). He also coached as an assistant with Howland at the University of California-Santa Barbara (1991-92) under Jerry Pimm before moving on to the University of Hawaii for two seasons (1992-94). While at Northern Arizona, Dixon helped lead the Lumberjacks to a 42-17 record over his last two

YEAR BY YEAR WITH JAMIE DIXON Year Y 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Career

W-L 31-5 20-9 25-8 29-8 27-10 31-5 25-9 28-6 216-60

Overall Pct. .861 .689 .758 .783 .730 .861 .735 .824 .783

Big East W-L Pct. 13-3 .813 10-6 .625 10-6 .625 12-4 .750 10-8 .556 15-3 .833 13-5 .722 15-3 .833 98-38 .721

BET W-L Pct. 2-1 .667 0-1 .000 3-1 .750 2-1 .667 4-0 1.000 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 11-7 .611

W-L 2-1 0-1 1-1 2-1 1-1 3-1 1-1 1-1 11-8

NCAA Pct. .667 .000 .500 .667 .500 .750 .500 .500 .579

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years, including back-to-back 21win seasons and a pair of Big Sky regular season championships. Northern Arizona led the nation for three consecutive seasons (199799) in 3-point field goal percentage and ranked among the nation’s top two schools in overall field goal percentage during that span. In addition, Northern Arizona won 20plus games in three consecutive seasons and advanced to postseason play two times, including the 1997 NIT and the school’s first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance in 1998. The 1998 Lumberjack squad was one of two teams to reach the NCAA Tournament and carry a team grade point average of 3.0 or better. Howland and Dixon arrived at Northern Arizona for the 1994-95 season. After suffering through back-to-back 9-17 and 7-19 seasons, the staff guided Northern Arizona to the 10th all-time best one-year turnaround in NCAA Division I basketball history, improving the Lumberjacks to a 217 record in 1996-97. Dixon completed his first stint as an assistant coach at the University of Hawaii from 1992-94 under head coach Riley Wallace. In 1993-94, he helped lead the Rainbows to their first-ever WAC championship and first NCAA Tournament appearance in nearly 30 years. Dixon was also instrumental in developing the Rainbows’ perimeter players, including former Phoenix Suns guard and Buffalo, N.Y. native Trevor Ruffin. In his second stint at Hawaii (1998-99), he worked with the perimeter players including Denver Nugget Predrag Savovic and concentrated on recruiting both nationally and abroad. At UC-Santa Barbara, Dixon helped lead the Gauchos to an NIT appearance in 1992. Dixon began his coaching career in 1989 as the head coach at TeAute College in New Zealand before serving as an assistant coach from 1989-91 at Los Angeles Valley Junior College where he helped Head Coach Jim Stephens lead the school to a Western States Conference Championship. A North Hollywood, Calif. native, Dixon attended Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, Calif., where he earned All-Del Rey League and All-California Interscholastic Federation honors. Dixon enjoyed a successful four-year career at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas where he played for Jim Killingsworth and led the Horned Frogs to two Southwest Conference titles both as a junior and senior. He earned All-SWC honors in 1987 and was an All-SWC Academic The Dixon family: Jamie, Jack Connor (born June 2, 2002), Jacqueline and Shannon Iwalani (born Feb. 25, 2004).

performer. Additionally, he led the SWC in assists as a senior, earned the Henry Iba Award as MVP of the All-College Tournament and was voted TCU’s Senior Male ScholarAthlete Award recipient. He was inducted into the TCU Athletic Hall of Fame in 2007. Dixon received his bachelor’s degree in finance from TCU in 1987 and earned a master’s degree in economics from UC-Santa Barbara in 1992. Dixon was selected in the 1987 NBA draft by the Washington Bullets. He went on to play professionally with the Lacrosse Catbirds of the Continental Basketball Association and also in New Zealand before getting involved with collegiate coaching. Dixon is married to the former Jacqueline Corteway. The couple has one son, Jack Connor, born June 2, 2002, and a daughter, Shannon Iwalani, born Feb. 25, 2004. His wife earned a Masters Degree in speech language pathology at the University of Pittsburgh in 2003. The son of New York City natives Jim and Marge, Dixon spent much of his childhood in the Bronx. He has two sisters: the late Maggie Dixon, who served as head women’s basketball coach at the United States Military Academy, and Julie Dixon, who is a Los Angeles attorney.

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PAT SANDLE ASSISTANT COACH San Francisco State ‘87 „ Ninth Season at Pitt Known for scouting ability, work ethic, defense, intensity and successful guard play, Pat Sandle begins the ninth year of his second stint as an assistant coach at Pitt. Along with head coach Jamie Dixon, Sandle first arrived at the University of Pittsburgh in 1999. Sandle’s primary responsibilities include overseeing post play and scouting opponents. Sandle, who quietly portrays Pitt program trademarks of toughness and selflessness, has played a key role in helping lead Pitt Basketball to national prominence. Since Sandle arrived back at Pitt with Dixon in 2003, the Panthers have compiled a 216-60 record and .783 winning percentage, advanced to three NCAA Sweet Sixteens and the 2009 NCAA Elite Eight, earned the school’s first-ever No. 1 national ranking and No. 1 seed upon entering the NCAA Tournament in 2009, claimed two Big East regular season titles (2003-04 and 201011), captured a Big East Tournament

title in 2008 and advanced to eight straight NCAA Tournaments. In addition, four former players including Chris Taft, Aaron Gray, Sam Young and DeJuan Blair moved on to NBA careers. “We’re fortunate to have Pat Sandle at the University of Pittsburgh,” Head Coach Jamie Dixon said. “Pat and I have known each other for a number of years. He is the most honest and unselfish person I know. From the start, he was instrumental in building this program.” Sandle came back to Pitt from UCLA, where he served as an assistant basketball coach from 2001-03. At UCLA, Sandle helped guide the Bruins to an NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearance and 20-plus win season under Steve Lavin in 2001-02. During his tenure, he assisted in the development of NBA players Dan Gadzuric, Matt Barnes and Jason Kapono. During a five-year coaching tenure with Dixon on Ben Howland’s

staffs at both Pitt and Northern Arizona (1996-99), Sandle was responsible for guard play, scouting, conditioning, player development, on-campus recruiting and academic progress. He also served as director of the school’s summer basketball camps. During Sandle’s 2000-01 season on Pitt’s staff, the Panthers advanced to the National Invitation Tournament, their first postseason appearance in four years. While at Northern Arizona, the Lumberjacks enjoyed their most successful three-year period in school history (63-23, .733), won back-to-back Big Sky Conference titles and advanced to the 1997 NIT and 1998 NCAA Tournament. Sandle owns 23 years of coaching experience, including 12 seasons at the NCAA Division I level. He has served NCAA Division I stints at Pitt (1999-2001 and 2003current), UCLA (2001-03), Northern Arizona (1996-99), Fresno State (1991-92) and Saint Mary’s College, Calif. (1990-91). Additionally, Sandle has coached at Sonoma State (1994-96), Santa Barbara City College (1989-90), Skyline (Calif.) Junior College (1987-88) and Cuesta College (1986-87). He also

coached two stints at San Rafael (Calif.) High School in 1988-89 and from 1992-94. A standout at San Francisco State University from 1982-84, Sandle is a member of the school’s athletic hall of fame. A two-time AllCalifornia North Conference selection, Sandle is the school’s alltime career assist leader and ranks third in career steals (120). He also held the single-season assists record for seven years with 138 in 1983-84. Sandle was a standout junior college performer at Cuesta College (1980-82), earning All-California and All-North Coast Conference honors. He played his final two seasons at San Francisco State (1982-84), where he earned his undergraduate degree in communications in 1987. Sandle began his basketball career at Los Angeles Crenshaw High School while playing for legendary prep coach Willie West. As a six-foot-oneinch senior guard, Sandle helped lead Crenshaw to back-to-back Los Angeles city championships. Sandle resides in Pittsburgh with his family: Desiree, Derek, Kruz, Pierrce and dog Haley.

THE PAT SANDLE FILE „ Hometown: Los Angeles, Calif. „ Education: Bachelor of Arts–Communications, San Francisco State, 1987; Los Angeles Crenshaw High School, 1980. „ Coaching Career Assistant Coach, University of Pittsburgh, 2003-current; Assistant Coach, UCLA, 2001-03; Assistant Coach, University of Pittsburgh, 1999-01; Assistant Coach, Northern Arizona University, 1996-99; Assistant Coach, Sonoma State University, 1994-96; Assistant Coach, San Rafael High School, 1992-94; Assistant Coach, Fresno State University, 1991-92; Assistant Coach, St. Mary’s College, 1989-90; Assistant Coach, Santa Barbara City College, 1989-90; Assistant Coach, San Rafael High School, 1988-89; Assistant Coach, Skyline Junior College, 1987-88; Assistant Coach, Cuesta Junior College, 1986-87. „ Playing Career San Francisco State, 1980-82 Member of SFSU Athletic Hall of Fame. Cuesta College, 1980-82 All-California Junior College and All-North Coast California honoree.

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BRANDIN KNIGHT ASSISTANT COACH Pittsburgh ‘05 „ Sixth Season at Pitt

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Former University of Pittsburgh star and retired No. 20 jersey honoree Brandin Knight begins his fourth year as an assistant basketball coach at Pitt. In his sixth total season on Pitt Head Coach Jamie Dixon’s coaching staff, Knight is responsible for recruiting student-athletes, scouting opponents, game preparation and on-floor coaching. “Brandin has always been a tremendous asset for our program,” Dixon said. “As a player, Brandin proved to be an exceptional leader and a coach on the floor. Through the years, he has developed into an outstanding basketball coach. He has been a terrific role model for our players and was instrumental in turning our program around. In addition, he has always remained loyal to Pitt.” Following his Pitt career, Knight played two seasons with the NBDL’s Asheville Altitude. He helped lead the Altitude to back-to-back league titles in both 2003-04 and 2004-05.

In 2005, he signed a contract with the NBA’s Houston Rockets, but suffered a knee injury two weeks later. Knight spent the following two years in Pittsburgh rehabbing the injury. During that span, Knight coached several AAU teams, including a squad that captured the Under-16 Pittsburgh Jamfest title in 2006. Knight joined Dixon’s staff in 2006-07 as its Program Assistant/ Video Coordinator and served the 2007-08 season as Director of Men’s Basketball Operations. A Pitt point guard from 19992003, Knight’s leadership was largely responsible for Pitt’s recent basketball renaissance. The transformation of Pitt’s basketball program into a national power can be traced directly through Knight who led the dramatic turnaround. Pitt finished 13-15 during his freshman year, improved to 19-14 with a surprise Big East Championship Finals appearance and NIT berth as a sophomore, the

burst onto the national stage with a 29-6 record, Big East regular season title, national top-10 ranking and NCAA Sweet Sixteen berth during his junior season in 2001-02. As a senior in 2002-03, Knight’s Panthers maintained that success with a 28-5 record, co-Big East title and second straight NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearance. In the end, Knight helped lead Pitt to two consecutive Big East regular season titles (2001-02 and 2002-03), two NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearances (2002 and 2003), the program’s first-ever Big East Tournament title (2003), three consecutive appearances in the Big East Tournament final (2001, 2002, and 2003) and an 89-40 (.690) four-year record. A 2003 Wooden All-America team selection, 2002 Associated Press All-America team member and two-time All-Big East honoree, Knight concluded his career with 1,440 points, 785 assists, 492 rebounds and 298 steals. He earned the Big East’s co-

Most Valuable Player and Most Improved Player awards in 2001-02. Knight still holds school records for career assists (785), career assist average (6.2 apg.), career steals (298) and season minutes played (1,284 in 2001-02). Knight’s No. 20 jersey was retired in a ceremony prior to the Panthers’ Marquette game on March 4, 2009. Knight, who graduated with a History degree from Pitt in June, 2005, is a native of East Orange, N.J. His brother Brevin is a 12-year NBA veteran who was a consensus All-America point guard at Stanford (1994-97). His father Melvin is a former Seton Hall assistant basketball coach (1978-82) and player (1968-71) who currently serves as basketball coach and athletic director at Essex County College in New Jersey. Knight resides in Pittsburgh with his wife, the former Michelle Gonzalez, daughter Kylah (8) and son Brandin (1).

THE BRANDIN KNIGHT FILE „ Birthdate: December 16, 1981. „ Hometown: East Orange, N.J. „ Education: Bachelor of Arts–History, University of Pittsburgh, 2005; Seton Hall Prep, 1999. „ Coaching Career Assistant Coach, University of Pittsburgh, 2008-current; Director of Men’s Basketball Operations, University of Pittsburgh, 2007-08; Program Assistant/Video Coordinator, University of Pittsburgh, 2006-07. „ Playing Career University of Pittsburgh, 1999-2003 Fourth jersey retired in school history (No. 20); Retired prior to Pitt’s game vs. Marquette on March 4, 2009; Four-year starter at point guard; scored 1,440 points, finished with 785 assists and 492 rebounds; Pitt’s career recordholder in assists (785), assist average (6.2), steals (298) and season minutes played (1,284); selected to the 2003 Wooden All-America team, 2002 AP All-American; two-time All-Big East team member; named the Big East Most Valuable Player and Most Improved Player in 2001-02; guided Pitt to its first-ever Big East Tournament title in 2003, two NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearances (2002 and 2003) and back-to-back Big East regular season titles in 2001-02 and 2002-03. NBDL’s Asheville Altitude, 2003-05 Guided the Altitude to back-to-back NBDL titles (2003-04 and 2004-05). NBA’s Houston Rockets, 2005

Former Pitt point guards: Levance Fields and Brandin Knight.

COACHING STAFF

BILL BARTON ASSISTANT COACH Salem State ‘89 „ First Season at Pitt A New England native with extensive East Coast prep school recruiting ties, Bill Barton begins his first season at the University of Pittsburgh as an assistant coach. Barton’s main responsibilities include recruiting student-athletes, game preparation and on-floor coaching. “We are excited about Bill becoming a member of the university community and I know he is ecstatic to be coming back to Pittsburgh,” Dixon said. “With his numerous contacts, Bill will help us in recruiting, scouting and player development. We are fortunate to have a coach with his well-rounded and vast background. He also has extensive recruiting contacts on the East Coast and in the Big East region.” Regarded as one of the top recruiters on the East Coast, Barton arrives at Pitt with over 15 years of combined coaching experience, including each of the last four seasons at the NCAA Division I level. He spent the 2010-11 season as an

assistant coach at Marshall University under Tom Herrion, a former Pitt associate head coach from 2007-10. Last year, the Thundering Herd finished 22-12 overall, tied for fifth place in Conference USA with a 9-7 record and received an invitation to compete in the CollegeInsider.com postseason Tournament. Prior to his stint at Marshall, Barton spent three seasons at Duquesne University (2007-10) on Ron Everhart’s staff, including two years as associate head coach. Barton played an instrumental role in the recruitment of two-time Atlantic 10 Conference Defensive Player of the Year Damien Saunders and 2008 Atlantic 10 Defensive Player of the Year Shawn James. Saunders scored over 1,000 points and grabbed over 1,000 rebounds in his four-year career. Barton also helped Everhart sign a 2008-09 recruiting class that ranked 28th in the nation by HoopScoop. During his three years at Duquesne, the Dukes made two

postseason appearances including an NIT berth and 21-13 record in 2008-09. “I’m extremely excited to join the Pitt staff and to return to Pittsburgh,” Barton said. “We obviously want to continue the great tradition established at Pitt. The program’s championship success speaks for itself.” Prior to joining the NCAA Division I coaching ranks, Barton served 10 seasons (1997-2007) as the Head Coach at Notre Dame Prep in Fitchburg, Mass. Barton built the Notre Dame Prep program into a national powerhouse as he guided the school to back-to-back Prep School National Championships in 2005-06 and 2006-07, posting a 255-66 overall record and .794 winning percentage. Barton specialized in player development as over 70 of his former players went on to earn NCAA Division I scholarships. Five of those players—Marcus Douthit (Los Angeles Lakers, 2nd round, 56th overall in 2004), Ryan Gomes

(Boston Celtics, 2nd round, 50th overall in 2005), Will Blalock (Detroit Pistons, 2nd round, 30th overall in 2006), Michael Beasley (Miami Heat, 1st round, 2nd overall in 2008) and Lazar Hayward (Washington Wizards, 1st round, 30th overall in 2010) were drafted by NBA teams. Some of the other prominent players who attended Notre Dame Prep include: Carl Krauser (Pitt), Modibo Diarra (Memphis), Chester Frazier (Illinois), Paul Harris (Syracuse), Brandon Robinson (Auburn) and Gary Ervin (Arkansas). Barton, who completed his undergraduate degree in business at Salem State (Mass.) in 1989, earned a master’s in business administration from Suffolk University (Mass.) in 1991. He put those degrees to work at Notre Dame Prep, where he also served as the school principal and athletic director as well as an English teacher. A native of Boston, Mass., Barton and his wife Susan, have two daughters, Maeve (10) and Nell (8).

THE BILL BARTON FILE „ Hometown: Boston, Mass. „ Education: Bachelor of Science–Business, Salem State University, 1989; Master’s degree–Business Administration, Suffolk State University (Mass.), 1991. „ Family: Wife Susan, two daughters–Maeve (10) and Nell (8). „ Coaching Career Assistant Coach, University of Pittsburgh, 2011-current; Assistant Coach, Marshall University, 2010-11; Associate Head Coach, Duquesne University, 2008-10; Assistant Coach, Duquesne University, 2007-08; Head Coach, Notre Dame Prep (Mass.), 1997-2007. „ Coaching Experience Compiled a 255-66 overall record and .794 winning percentage in 10 seasons at Notre Dame Prep (Mass.); Led Notre Dame Prep to back-to-back Prep School National Championships in both 2005-06 and 2006-07; Under his guidance, Notre Dame also posted over 20 prep tournament and invitational wins; Over 70 of his players at Notre Dame Prep went on to earn NCAA Division I basketball scholarships; Five former players were selected in the NBA Draft: Marcus Douthit (2004 Los Angeles Lakers, 2nd round, 56th overall), Ryan Gomes (2005 Boston Celtics, 2nd round, 50th overall), Will Blalock (2006 Detroit Pistons, 2nd round, 30th overall), Michael Beasley (2008 Miami Heat, 1st round, 2nd overall) and Lazar Hayward (2010 Washington Wizards, 1st round, 30th overall). The Barton family: Bill, Maeve, wife Susan and Nell.

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BRIAN REGAN DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS Saint Vincent ‘88 „ Fifth Season at Pitt

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A native of Pittsburgh’s Northside, Brian Regan is in his fifth season as the University of Pittsburgh’s Director of Basketball Operations. Regan’s association with Pitt Basketball goes back more than 30 years when he first attended the “Play Basketball Day Camps,” directed by former Pitt coach Tim Grgurich. As Director of Men’s Basketball Operations, Regan’s various responsibilities include the day-today operations of the men’s basketball program, serving as a liaison to athletic department officials and coordinating the student-athletes’ practice, gameday and daily schedules. He also coordinates the program’s summer camp schedule and monitors academic progress. During the summer of 2010, he organized Pitt’s Summer Tour to Ireland. “We are excited to have Brian as our Director of Operations,” Pitt Head Coach Jamie Dixon said. “Brian has proved to be a valuable part of our program and has played a key role in our success. He brings with him extensive experience at several different levels. He is also

thrilled to be working at Pitt and in his hometown of Pittsburgh.” Regan, who joined the Pitt staff in 2007-08 as its Video Coordinator, has a combined 23 years of college coaching experience. He spent five seasons (2002-07) as an assistant basketball coach at Colgate University under Head Coach Emmett Davis. As a top assistant at Colgate, Regan’s responsibilities included recruiting, scouting and coordinating the Raiders’ summer basketball day and elite prospect camps. He also served as academic coordinator for the program. Prior to his stint at Colgate, Regan served three years (19992002) as an associate head coach at Assumption College under Head Coach Tom Ackerman. In 2001-02, Assumption posted one of its most successful seasons in school history, advancing to the NCAA Division II Tournament Sweet Sixteen, capturing the Northeast-10 regular season championship and compiling a 24-6 record. All accomplishments were achieved after the Greyhounds were picked to finish last in the league’s preseason coaches’ poll. Three of Regan’s

recruits played key roles in that success, including league defensive player of the year Shahar Golan, AllAmerica selection and league rookie of the year Brian Robinson and first team all-conference pick Shane O’Donoghue. Regan is no stranger to the Western Pennsylvania coaching ranks, having served assistant coaching stints at Slippery Rock University (1994-99), LaRoche College (1993-94) and Robert Morris University (1990-93). During his tenure at Robert Morris, the Colonials won the Northeast Conference title and advanced to the NCAA Tournament in 1992 before dropping their first round matchup to UCLA in Tempe, Ariz. At Robert Morris, Regan oversaw guard play including Northeast Conference Player of the Year and Aliquippa native Myron Walker. Regan began his college coaching career as a graduate assistant coach at Pitt, serving two seasons (1988-90) under Head Coach Paul Evans. He helped guide

the Panthers to a 17-13 record and NCAA Tournament berth in 1989. One of six siblings, Regan and his brothers regularly attended the youth Pitt basketball camps. Two of his brothers served as Pitt ballboys and both went on to compete collegiately at New York University. His father, the late “Baldy” Regan, served as a Pittsburgh city councilman. A 1988 graduate of Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pa., Regan earned his undergraduate degree in communications. At Saint Vincent, he worked as a student under legendary coach Bernie Matthews. Regan also attended the Kiski School in Saltsburg, Pa. A member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches, Basketball Coaches Association of New York and Western Pennsylvania Coaches Association, he earned the NABC’s 15-year merit award for service. Regan resides in Pittsburgh with his wife Catherine and daughter Sophia and son Brendan.

THE BRIAN REGAN FILE „ Birthdate: August 13, 1965. „ Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa. (Northside). „ Education: Bachelor of Arts–Communications, Saint Vincent College (Latrobe, Pa.), 1988; Kiski School (Saltsburg, Pa.), 1984. „ Family: Wife Catherine, daughter Sophia and son Brendan. „ Coaching Career Director of Basketball Operations, University of Pittsburgh, 2008-current; Video Coordinator, University of Pittsburgh, 2007-08; Assistant Coach, Colgate University, 2002-07; Associate Head Coach, Assumption College, 1999-2002; Assistant Coach, Slippery Rock University, 1994-99; Assistant Coach, LaRoche College, 1993-94; Assistant Coach, Robert Morris University, 1990-93; Graduate Assistant Coach, University of Pittsburgh, 1988-90.

The Regan family: Brian, son Brendan, daughter Sophia and wife Catherine.

COACHING STAFF

BASKETBALL SUPPORT STAFF TONY SALESI

DR. ROBIN WEST

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FOR ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE

TEAM PHYSICIAN

Pitt’s athletic trainer and team confidant, Tony Salesi begins his 26th season as a member of the Panthers' basketball staff. He was appointed Coordinator for Athletic Training for Olympic Sports in 2005. A 1980 University of Pittsburgh graduate, Salesi began his athletic training career at Frazier High School. He then served three years as a head trainer for the Keystone Rehabilitation Center in Indiana, Pa., working with the IUP football team. Salesi, who earned his Master’s degree from Miami University (Ohio) in 1981, returned to his alma mater in August of 1986, when he was appointed a clinical instructor for the University of Pittsburgh sports medicine department and head trainer for the Panthers men’s basketball, men’s soccer and tennis teams. In addition to his basketball responsibilities, Salesi serves as the Coordinator of Clinical Services for Olympics Sports. Born April 9, 1957, Salesi and his wife Kathleen (Pitt grad, MBA ‘85) have five children: Lauren Ashley (24), Andrew Louis (23), Anthony Alexander (21), Matthew Aaron (18) and Joseph William (13).

Dr. Robin West begins her ninth season of service as a team physician and orthopaedic surgeon with the University of Pittsburgh Athletic Department and men’s basketball team. An assistant professor at the University of Pittsburgh in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Dr. West also serves as head team physician at Carnegie Mellon and as an assistant team physician for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Dr. West earned her bachelor’s degree in biology at The Johns Hopkins University and went on to receive her M.D. from George Washington University. While at George Washington, Dr. West completed her surgical internship and orthopaedic surgery residency. She worked with the GW men’s basketball team and supervised care of several District of Columbia high school football teams. She completed her training with a sports medicine and shoulder fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh. Born and raised in Santa Monica, Calif., Dr. West competed on the Santa Monica High School swimming team that advanced to the California State Swimming Finals. Dr. West and her husband, Mark have two daughters: Jordan (6) and Peyton (4).

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MIKE FARABAUGH

DR. JEANNE DOPERAK

DIRECTOR OF ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES FOR STUDENT-ATHLETES

TEAM PHYSICIAN

Mike Farabaugh is in his 21st year of affiliation with the University of Pittsburgh Academic Support Service for Student-Athletes. As Director, Farabaugh oversees the operation of the academic support program that assists the academic and personal development for the student-athletes. In addition, Farabaugh also serves as the liaison between the academic and athletic community concerning the interests of student-athletes. His career in Academic Support began in 1990 as a graduate student, overseeing the math and science program. After a two-year stint as a graduate student, Farabaugh moved into a permanent role in the department as a learning skills specialist for the unit. In his current capacity as Director, Farabaugh serves as the academic counselor for the men’s basketball team, providing the necessary services and resources to the student-athletes and coaches. Farabaugh is also responsible for the coordination of the mathematics and science programs for the unit. Over the years, Farabaugh has conducted numerous time management, study skills, communication skills and goal setting workshops and seminars in academic settings. A 1987 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, Farabaugh went on to receive his master’s degree in 1992. In addition to his duties at the University, Farabaugh also serves on the learning disabilities and Two-Year college committee with the National Association of Athletic Advisors as well as previously acting as the chair of the research committee. Farabaugh resides in Fox Chapel with Diane Blanton.

An Assistant Professor at the University of Pittsburgh in the Department of Orthopaedics, Dr. Jeanne Doperak serves as a team physician with the University of Pittsburgh Athletic Department and Carnegie Mellon University. She also serves as a consultant for several area high schools, along with the Pittsburgh Steelers. In addition to her clinical duties, Dr. Doperak is the Fellowship Director of the St. Margaret’s Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship Program and is the physician representative on the board of directors of the Big East Conference Sports Medicine Society. Dr. Doperak earned her bachelor’s degree in Biology from Allegheny College and completed her medical training at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She then completed a residence in family medicine at Latrobe Hospital and pursued a sports medicine fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh. A Western Pennsylvania native, Dr. Doperak was born and raised in Latrobe, Pa. She is still happy to call Pittsburgh home with her husband Rob and their two children: Abby (7) and Max (4).

COACHING STAFF

BASKETBALL SUPPORT STAFF TIM BELTZ

BRIAN BRIGGER

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COORDINATOR

EQUIPMENT MANAGER

Tim Beltz begins his 12th season as a strength and conditioning coach for the Pitt men’s basketball program. He also serves as the strength coach for the Pitt women’s basketball, baseball and softball squads. Over the years, he has helped develop, condition and train numerous Pitt basketball players including NBA players DeJuan Blair, Sam Young, Aaron Gray and Chris Taft. Originally from Denver, Colo., Beltz attended the University of Northern Colorado where he earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology in 1995. Upon graduation, Beltz began working as an operations manager at the Amelia Wellness Center in Amelia Island, Fla. While in Florida, he additionally served as a consultant for competitive triathletes for two years. Beltz returned to school to earn a master’s degree in exercise physiology, from Akron in 1998. During his two year-stint at Akron, he began competing as an Olympic weightlifter. Beltz was also employed at the Fast Program in Boca Raton, Fla., where he worked with numerous NFL, MLB and NBA athletes. Beltz is married to the former Trish Andrews, a 1994 University of Pittsburgh graduate. The couple has a daughter Alyssa and son T.J.

Brian Brigger begins his fifth season as equipment manager for the Pitt basketball program. His responsibilities include day-to-day equipment operations for both the men’s and women’s basketball teams, as well as several Olympic sports. His duties include distributing practice gear, game uniforms and equipment for the student-athletes and coaching staff. Brigger is in his seventh year at Pitt. Prior to arriving at Pitt, Brigger served equipment internships at both the University of Central Florida (2004-05) and William & Mary (2005). A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Brigger earned a sports management degree from Xavier University in 2004. At Xavier he served as a men’s basketball manager for four years under coaches Skip Prosser and Thad Matta. Brigger has completed six marathons.

JASON RICHARDS GRADUATE MANAGER

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JORDAN MARKS

Jason Richards begins his second season at Pitt as the program’s Graduate Manager. Richards played four years at Davidson (2004-08) and helped guide the Wildcats to an NCAA Elite Eight appearance in 2008. His father, Tom, played basketball at Pitt from 1972-76. Following graduation, Richards signed a free agent contract for the 2008-09 season with the Miami Heat. He spent the 2009-10 season in the NBDL with the Utah Flash.

VIDEO COORDINATOR

Jordan Marks begins his third year on the Pitt men’s basketball coaching staff and his second as Video Coordinator. Prior to his stint at Pitt, Marks served as Director of Men’s Basketball Operations during the 2008-09 season at Robert Morris under former Pitt assistant coach Mike Rice. Marks directed all men’s basketball related operations, academic support and day-to-day practice schedules. A four-year Pitt basketball manager, Marks earned a bachelor’s degree in rhetoric and communication from the University of Pittsburgh in 2008. He has been involved in several different coaching capacities including the National Maccabi Games, Pittsburgh Pro-Am, Pittsburgh Jam Fest and several HoopGroup events.

BETH SCHOEDEL MEN’S BASKETBALL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

STUDENT MANAGERS

BEN BLOUNT Manager 3rd year

ROB BRIGGS Manager 1st year

JONATHON BRODACK Manager 2nd year

BRIAN COLOMBO Manager 1st year

JARED DORFMAN Manager 4th year

MATT FALCON Head Manager 4th year

SETH FRIEDMAN Manager 2nd year

BRENDAN KOZLOWSKI Manager 4th year

MICHAEL LINDEBAUM Manager 2nd year

Two juniors—Travon Woodall and Dante Taylor—will both experience expanded roles in 2011-12. At point guard, Woodall is a reliable, quick and intelligent player who operates Pitt’s offense with ease and efficiency. He has seen action in 78 career games with 15 starts and enters his third season ranked third among school career leaders in assist:turnover ratio (2.12). Woodall has also shown a knack for hitting clutch shots. Combining the last two seasons, Taylor averaged 4.6 points and 4.1 rebounds in 14.4 minutes played per game while serving as the backup center. A highly skilled, athletic post player, Taylor’s strengths are his physical rebounding presence, offensive rebounding ability and quickness around the basket. Look for Woodall and Taylor to make significant contributions in 2011-12.

PLAYER PROFILES

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ASHTON GIBBS 6-2 „ 190 „ Senior „ Guard Scotch Plains, N.J. „ Seton Hall Prep

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THE STORYLINE

CAREER

As one of the nation’s top players, Ashton Gibbs returns for his final year at Pitt with the opportunity to etch his name among the school’s all-time best players. A tremendous representative of the university, Gibbs is a two-time All-Big East selection, two-time AllRegion selection, three-time Big East Academic pick and is a candidate for Academic All-America honors. He also earned the 2009-10 Big East Most Improved Player award following a breakout sophomore season. Gibbs returns as a starting guard, top shooter and go-to scorer. As one of the nation’s most underrated offensive players, he has led Pitt in scoring in each of the last two seasons, scored over 20 points 23 times in his career and reached double figures in 54 of his last 65 games played. In addition, he converted several memorable clutch shots including a game-winning 3pointer at the buzzer to defeat Providence and a game-tying 3-pointer during a dramatic comeback against West Virginia. Already, Gibbs has proved to be one of the best shooters in school history as he will enter his senior year primed to set numerous records for both free throws and 3pointers. A proven winner and competitor, Gibbs has showed versatility in contributing at both the point and off guard positions. Cool under pressure and a steady all-around player, he has the ability to change the game with his shooting skills.

Became the 38th player in school history to score over 1,000 career points...Converted at least three or more 3-pointers in 43 career games... Hit at least one 3-pointer in 80 of 100 career games and in each of his last 32 games played...Enters his senior season ranked among Pitt career leaders in scoring (23rd, 1,207 points), 3-point field goals made (4th, 216), 3point field goal percentage (2nd, .441) and free throw percentage (2nd, .879).

USA BASKETBALL 2011 Spent August with the USA Basketball team at the World University Games in Shenzhen, China...USA finished in fifth place with a 7-1 record...Over Team USA’s eight-game WUG trip, led team in minutes played (21.8), assists (18), assist:turnover ratio (1.63), averaged 11.6 points and 1.8 rebounds, shot 46.6 percent (34-73) from the floor and 95 percent (19-20) from the free throw line...Reached double figure scoring five times...Led Team USA in scoring with 20 points vs. Mexico...Scored 16 points vs. Lithuania...Finished with 14 points vs. South Korea.

2010-11 Wooden Award nominee...AP AllAmerica honorable mention selection...

GIBBS’ CAREER STATISTICS OVERALL

Year Y 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Total

GP 35 34 31 100

GS 0 34 30 64

Min 373 1177 1016 2566

Avg g 10.7 34.6 32.7 25.7

FG 50 159 170 379

Total FGA 117 401 363 881

Pct .427 .397 .468 .430

Three-Point 3FG 3FGA Pct 36 82 .439 78 200 .390 102 208 .490 216 490 .441

Year Y 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Total

GP 18 18 15 51

GS 0 18 14 32

Min 163 648 514 1325

Avg g 9.1 36.0 34.2 25.9

FG 23 80 76 179

FGA 53 198 172 423

Pct .434 .404 .442 .423

3FG 3FGA 16 40 44 99 49 101 109 240

BIG EAST REGULAR SEASON Pct FT FTA Pct Off .400 3 5 .600 3 .444 82 95 .863 7 .485 43 46 .935 6 .454 128 146 .877 16

Def 9 55 26 90

Year Y 2009 2010 2011 Total

GP 1 1 1 3

GS 0 1 1 2

Min 11 33 36 80

Avg g 11.0 33.0 36.0 26.7

FG 1 2 10 13

FGA 2 4 13 19

Pct .500 .500 .769 .684

3FG 3FGA 0 1 0 1 6 7 6 9

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT Pct FT FTA Pct Off .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .857 1 1 1.000 0 .667 1 1 1.000 0

Year Y 2009 2010 2011 Total

GP 4 2 2 8

GS 0 2 2 4

Min 48 58 70 176

Avg g 12.0 29.0 35.0 22.0

FG 5 7 14 26

FGA 14 23 23 60

Pct .357 .304 .609 .433

3FG 3FGA 5 11 4 16 7 10 16 37

Pct .455 .250 .700 .432

FT 16 137 80 233

FTA 20 155 90 265

Pct .800 .884 .889 .879

NCAA TOURNAMENT FT FTA Pct 4 4 1.000 8 10 .800 2 3 .667 14 17 .824

Rebounds Off Def T Tot 6 18 24 14 81 95 11 62 73 31 161 192

Off 2 0 0 2

Avg g 0.7 2.8 2.4 1.9

PF 27 40 41 108

FO 0 0 0 0

Ast 30 62 86 178

TO 22 40 51 113

Blk 1 3 0 4

Stl 5 26 13 44

Pts 152 533 522 1207

Avgg 4.3 15.7 16.8 12.1

TTot 12 62 32 106

Avg g 0.7 3.4 2.1 2.1

PF 11 23 23 57

FO 0 0 0 0

Ast 15 31 33 79

TO 9 23 25 57

Blk 1 2 0 3

Stl 3 12 3 18

Pts 65 186 244 495

Avgg 3.6 15.9 16.3 11.9

Def 1 1 2 4

TTot 1 1 2 4

Avg g 1.0 1.0 2.0 1.3

PF 2 2 1 5

FO 0 0 0 0

Ast 1 0 4 5

TO 1 1 2 4

Blk 0 0 0 0

Stl 0 1 2 3

Pts 2 4 27 33

Avgg 2.0 4.0 27.0 11.0

Def 3 5 7 15

TTot 5 5 7 17

Avg g 1.3 2.5 3.5 2.2

PF 3 5 1 9

FO 0 0 0 0

Ast 3 2 5 10

TO 5 0 2 7

Blk 0 0 0 0

Stl 1 2 2 5

Pts 19 26 37 82

Avgg 4.8 13.0 18.5 10.3

PLAYER PROFILES

USBWA All-District 2 First Team selection...NABC All-District 5 First Team selection...ECAC Second Team All-Star...All-Big East First Team honoree...Preseason All-Big East First Team selection...Earned co-Most Valuable Player and Free Throw awards at team banquet...Led Pitt in scoring (16.8 ppg.), scored 20 or more points in 12 contests and reached double figures in 26 of 31 games...Ranked third among NCAA Division I leaders in 3-point FG pct. (49.0%), fifth in 3-point FG per game (3.3) and 18th in free throw pct. (88.9%)...Led the Big East in 3-point field goals made, 3-point pct. and ranked second in free throw pct....Led the Big East in free throw percentage in league play (93.5 percent)...Set Pitt’s single season 3point field goals made record (102)...Averaged 18.5 points (7-10 3FG), hit 14-23 field goals (61%) in Pitt’s two NCAA Tournament games...Registered a game-high 26 points (9-16 FG, 6-9 3FG) vs. UNC Asheville, 3/17...The 26 points ranked tied for the 10th highest point total in Pitt’s NCAA Tournament history and his six 3-pointers set a school NCAA Tournament game record...Surpassed or set career-highs for points (27), field goals made (10-13) and 3-point field goals made (6-7) in Big East Championship vs. Connecticut, 3/10... Registered a team-high 18 points (5-10 FG, 6-6 FT) vs. Villanova, 3/5...Recorded a game-high 26 points (6-9 3FG, 4-4 FT) and hit a career-high tying six 3-pointers at St. John’s, 2/ 19...Missed three games with an MCL injury in his left knee. It marked the first time in his three-year career that he missed a game due to injury. Previously, Gibbs had played in 85 consecutive games and started 57 straight contests...Scored 25 points (55 3FG, 6-6 FT) vs. Cincinnati, 2/5... Registered a game-high 24 points (714 FG, 4-9 3FG) at Rutgers, 1/29... Surpassed 1,000 career points on a second half 3-pointer at DePaul, 1/ 22...Posted a game-high 22 points (510 3FG, 5-6 FT) at Georgetown, 1/ 12...Recorded a team-high 19 points (6-11 FG, 5-8 3FG) vs. Marquette, 1/ 4...Scored a team-high 21 points (3-6 3FG) with seven assists vs. Connecticut, 12/27...Scored a game-high 22 points (4-8 3FG) vs. Duquesne, 12/1... Named the 2K Sports/Coaches vs. Cancer Classic Tournament Most Valuable Player after averaging 18.5

GIBBS’ CAREER HIGHS Points: 27, vs. Connecticut, 3/10/11. FG made: 10, vs. Connecticut, 3/10/11. FG attempts: 25, Indiana, 12/8/09. 3FG made: 6, eight times, last- vs. UNC Asheville, 3/17/11. 3FG attempts: 15, vs. Indiana, 12/8/09. FT made: 14, at Seton Hall, 1/24/10. FT attempts: 14, at Seton Hall, 1/24/10. Rebounds: 8, at Syracuse, 1/2/10. Off. Rebs.: 3, Rutgers, 3/6/10. Def. Rebs.: 7, two times, last- at Syracuse, 1/2/10. Assists: 7, three times- Connecticut, 12/ 27/10; Maryland Eastern Shore, 12/18/ 10; Illinois-Chicago, 11/10/10. Steals: 3, Mount St. Mary’s, 12/19/09. Blocks: 1, four times. Minutes: 50, West Virginia, 2/12/10.

2010-11 SEASON HIGHS Points: 27, vs. Connecticut, 3/10. Rebounds: 7, vs. Maryland, 11/18. Assists: 7, three times- last vs. Connecticut, 12/27. Steals: 2, three times. Blocks: None. Minutes: 40, at Louisville, 2/27.

points over two games (Texas, Maryland)...Named the Big East Player of the Week on Nov. 22 after averaging 19.0 points, 4.0 assists and 3.8 rebounds per game through Pitt’s first five contests...Scored team-high 24 points (8-14 FG), including 19 in the second half, hit three 3-pointers vs. Texas in 2K Sports Classic title game, 11/19...Finished with 24 points (5-10 3FG) and a career-high seven assists vs. Illinois-Chicago, 11/13...Scored 22 points (8-15 FG) in season opener vs. Rhode Island, 11/8.

2009-10 Big East Most Improved Player award winner, becoming Pitt’s sixth MIP in an 11-year span...Bob Cousy Award candidate...All-Big East Second Team honoree...Selected to the USBWA AllDistrict 2 Team...Named a Big East Academic All-Star...Led team in scoring (15.7 ppg.), minutes played (1177), field goals made (159), 3-point field goals (78) and free throw

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GIBBS’ NUMBERS Double-Doubles: ................................. 0 Points-Rebounds: ........................... 0 Points-Assists: .............................. 0 20+ point games: ............................... 23 10+ point games: ............................... 60 10+ rebound games: ............................ 0 5+ rebound games: ............................. 8 10+ assist games: ............................... 0 5+ assist games: ................................. 6 30+ minute games: ............................ 53 40+ minute games: .............................. 4

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percentage (88.4%)...One of four players who started all 34 games... Scored over 20 points in 11 games and reached double figure scoring in 28 of 34 games...Ranked No. 15 nationally in free throw percentage (88.4%) and No. 105 in 3-point field goals made per game (2.3)...Set a school record with 46 consecutive free throws made from the first half against Texas to the final three seconds at Cincinnati, a streak that spanned 11 games. The former record was 34 held by three players... Also had another streak of 31 consecutive free throws...Hit at least one 3-pointer in 47 of 69 career games...Set school records for most 3pointers made and 3-point field goal attempts for a sophomore...Earned coMost Valuable Player and Free Throw leader awards at team banquet... Named Big East Player of the Week on Jan. 4 after averaging 23.5 points, converting 63.6 percent (14-22) from the floor and 69.2 percent (9-13) from 3-point range in Pitt’s two games vs. DePaul and Syracuse...Scored 19 points (6-16 FG) including 18 in the first half of the NCAA Tournament Second Round game vs. Xavier, 3/21... Swished the game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer, tied a career-high with a game-high 25 points, tied career-highs for field goals made (nine), hit 6-9 3pointers vs. Providence, 3/4...Scored 21 points (9-12 FT) vs. Villanova, 2/ 21...Finished with 24 points (7-17 FG), hit a career-high tying 6-13 3-pointers in a school-record tying and careerhigh 50 minutes vs. West Virginia, 2/ 12...Scored 20 points, hit four 3pointers vs. Robert Morris, 2/8...Scored a game-high 23 points including a career-high 14-14 free throws which tied the school record for best FT game percentage at Seton Hall, 1/24... Scored 15 points (3-4 3FG) including a key 3-pointer in overtime vs. Louisville, 1/16...Finished with 19 points (3-5 3FG) and hit a crucial 3-pointer late in the game at Connecticut, 1/13... Scored 19 points (14 in the first half) and hit a career-high 10-11 free throws at Cincinnati, 1/4...Finished with 24 points (7-11 FG), hit a careerhigh 6-9 3-pointers (four in the first half), grabbed a career-high eight rebounds and set the school’s consecutive free throws made streak at Syracuse, 1/2...Scored 23 points (711 FG), hit 3-4 3-pointers, made 6-6 free throws and grabbed a then career-high seven rebounds vs. DePaul, 12/28...Finished with a career-high 25 points (8-25 FG) including 14 in the first half, hit 5-15 3-point field goals vs. Indiana, 12/8...Scored 23 points, hit

PLAYER PROFILES

9-16 field goals in 35 minutes vs. New Hampshire, 12/4...Scored eight of Pitt’s 11 points in the second overtime period vs. Duquesne, 12/2...Scored 20 points (8-14 FG) vs. Eastern Kentucky, 11/ 19...Finished with 22 points, hit a career-high 6-10 3-point field goals and hit 3-pointers on three straight possessions vs. Binghamton, 11/ 17...Made first career start vs. Wofford, 11/13.

USA BASKETBALL 2009 Helped guide the Under-19 USA Basketball Team to the Gold Medal and undefeated 9-0 record at the FIBA World Championships in Auckland, New Zealand, July, 2009...Pitt Head Coach Jamie Dixon served as head coach for the team...Over Team USA’s nine-game summer trip, averaged 9.8 points, dished out 20 assists and led the squad in both minutes played (202) and minutes per game (22.4)...Also made six starts, hit 12 3-pointers, hit 82.4 percent (14-17) of his free throw attempts and finished the tourney with a 3.00 assist-turnover ratio...Scored 13 points in USA’s 88-80 Gold Medal victory over Greece...Scored 11 points vs. Croatia...Scored an internationalhigh 18 points (8-11 FG) with six assists and hit 2-4 3-pointers in a win over Egypt...Finished with 10 points in his international debut vs. Iran.

2008-09 Played in 35 games off the bench... Led the Big East in 3-point field goal percentage (.439) and hit 36 of his 82 3-point attempts on the season... Named a Big East Academic AllStar...Reached double figure scoring in six games on year...Hit at least one 3pointer in 19 of his 35 games played... Earned team’s Free Throw Shooting Award at team banquet for best free throw percentage on the year (80.0 percent)...Averaged 4.8 points (5-14 FG), hit 5-11 3-pointers (45.5%) in Pitt’s four NCAA Tournament games... Scored nine points off the bench and

hit 3-4 3-pointers in 16 minutes of NCAA Tournament Second Round game vs. Oklahoma State, 3/22... Scored 15 points including a then career-high four 3-pointers at Providence, 2/24...Hit three 3-pointers, scored nine points vs. Robert Morris, 2/ 2...Recorded 13 points and hit a career-high two 3-pointers in a careerhigh seven attempts in 17 minutes vs. Notre Dame, 1/31...Set or tied careerhighs for points (13), field goals made (5) and 3-point field goals made vs. UMBC, 12/13...Finished with 11 points (4-9 FG) and hit 3-5 3-pointers vs. Vermont, 12/6.

HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Seton Hall Prep in East Orange, N.J. where he played four seasons under head coach Bob Farrell...Guided Seton Hall Prep to a 23-6 record as a senior...Concluded his career as Seton Hall Prep’s all-time leading scorer with 1,882 career points surpassing the previous total held by 1974 graduate Keven McDonald...First Team Associated Press All-State selection after averaging 23.1 points, 4.4 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 2.0 steals while converting 113 3-pointers (48.1 percent) as a senior...Earned Newark Star-Ledgerr Area Player of the Year honors...Scored 30 of team’s 45 points and hit seven 3-pointers in a 53-45 loss to Immaculata in the NJSIAA North Jersey Non-Public A Tournament... Scored 28 points and grabbed eight rebounds in SHP’s 60-38 defeat of DePaul in North Public A competition... Selected MVP at the NJSCA All-Star Classic after scoring 15 points to lead the North squad to a 137-120 victory over the South...Led the Pirates to a 31-1 record and third consecutive NonPublic Class A state title as a junior... Named an underclass All-America top20 selection by Student Sports Magazine...Second Team All-State selection as a junior...Two-time Newark Star-Ledgerr All-Area team selection and three-time All-Essex County Team selection...Scored 19 points in leading the Pirates to a 56-45

win over Christian Brothers Academy in the state final...Also guided team to the NJSIAA North Jersey title...Team won 30 consecutive games before falling to St. Benedict’s Prep in the Tournament of Champions...Averaged 16.9 points, 3.0 assists and shot 85 percent from the free throw line as a junior...Averaged 17.0 points, 4.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 3.0 steals per game in helping guide the Pirates to a 28-3 record as a sophomore...Selected as a “Fabulous Freshman” and competed in the MetroHoops All-Star game...Helped guide team to the Tournament of Champions title as a freshman...Hit nine 3-pointers and scored 41 points for New Heights in the IS8 Tournament following his senior season...Invited to compete at the prestigious ABCD Camp in as a sophomore...Played AAU basketball with Team New York, MetroHawks and Playaz Basketball Club.

PERSONAL Born Ashton Gibbs on January 19, 1990...Son of Temple and Jacqueline Gibbs...Has two younger brothers: Sterling and T.J....Brother Sterling is a freshman guard at Texas...Sterling broke Ashton’s career scoring record at Seton Hall Prep...Father Temple Gibbs played football at Temple and roomed with future NFL All Pro cornerback Kevin Ross...Visited Pitt on an unofficial visit prior to his junior year and committed to the Panthers on June 15, 2007...As a freshman, earned the nickname “Microwave” after he continually came off the bench to hit 3-pointers...Has known fellow Pitt teammate Tray Woodall since the seventh grade...Played on an AAU team with Woodall...Chose Pitt because of its “Big East tradition, location, family atmosphere and familiarity”...Played at same high school as current Pitt assistant coach and former Panthers point guard Brandin Knight...Outstanding student...Communications major.

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NASIR ROBINSON 6-5 „ 225 „ Senior „ Forward Chester, Pa. „ Chester H.S.

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One of the nation’s most underrated players, Nasir Robinson is a hard-nosed and aggressive competitor who can play multiple positions. A passionate player who brings outstanding energy, Robinson has spent the last two seasons as Pitt’s starter at power forward even though he is undersized at 6-feet-5 inches tall. He provides a variety of intangibles to the Panthers: stellar defense, rebounding ability and scoring as evidenced by his 26-point, 11-rebound performance vs. Louisville in 2010 and a 21-point game vs. Syracuse in 2011. He is a strong, hardworking and fearless player who excels at passing, slashing to the hoop and scoring around the basket. A workhorse and natural floor leader who attacks the basket, the relentless and versatile Robinson can handle the ball, is explosive off the dribble, powerful off the glass and is a rebounding machine. Because of those attributes, Robinson is able to attack zones in the low post. He also rebounds far better than his size indicates. Look for Robinson to again make a significant impact on the Panthers’ 2011-12 season.

Started each of the last 21 consecutive games and all 18 Big East Conference games at power forward... Ranked second in Big East Conference in field goal percentage (.548)...Averaged 9.4 points, 4.9 rebounds and 24.1 minutes per game...Scored 10.3 points per game in Big East play...Totaled four double-doubles on year, 12 double digit scoring games and five double figure rebounding games...Led the team in scoring five times...Reached double figure scoring in eight of the season’s last 11 games...Earned Best Defensive Player award at team banquet.... Averaged 14 points and shot 64.7% from the field (11-17 FG) in Pitt’s two NCAA Tournament games....Scored 16 points (7-9 FG) vs. Butler, 3/19... Registered double-double with 18 points (6-8 FG), 10 rebounds and hit 69 free throws at USF, 3/2...Led Panthers with 15 points (6-8 FG) vs. West Virginia, 2/24....Registered third double-double of the year with 13 points (5-9 FG) and 10 rebounds vs. USF, 2/16...Tallied 15 points (3-6 FG, 9-14 FT) and pulled down five rebounds at Villanova, 2/12...Scored a team-high 15 points (7-12 FG) and finished with eight rebounds at West Virginia, 2/7...Registered a season and game-high 21 points (8-12 FG) and grabbed seven rebounds vs. Syracuse, 1/17...Finished with second doubledouble of year with 11 points and 10 rebounds in a season-high 32 minutes vs. Connecticut, 12/27...Recorded a

CAREER Played in 94 career games with 55 starts...Made 35 consecutive starts at power forward before an injury sidelined him for the first three games of the 2010-11 season.

ROBINSON’S CAREER STATISTICS OVERALL

Year Y 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Total

GP 29 34 31 94

GS 0 34 21 55

Min 186 848 748 1782

Avg g 6.4 24.9 24.1 18.9

FG 15 97 115 227

Total FGA 31 196 210 437

Pct .484 .495 .548 .519

Three-Point 3FG 3FGA Pct 0 0 .000 5 16 .313 0 2 .000 5 18 .278

Year Y 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Total

GP 15 18 18 51

GS 0 18 18 36

Min 61 403 479 943

Avg g 4.1 22.4 26.6 18.5

FG 5 41 72 118

FGA 11 90 134 235

Pct .455 .456 .537 .502

3FG 3FGA 0 0 2 5 0 2 2 7

BIG EAST REGULAR SEASON Pct FT FTA Pct Off .000 0 1 .000 4 .400 14 25 .560 36 .000 41 75 .547 38 .286 55 101 .545 78

Def 9 58 50 117

Year Y 2009 2010 2011 Total

GP 1 1 1 3

GS 0 1 1 2

Min 1 26 27 54

Avg g 1.0 26.0 27.0 18.0

FG 1 3 5 9

FGA Pct 1 1.000 5 .600 8 .625 14 .642

3FG 3FGA 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT Pct FT FTA Pct Off .000 0 0 .000 0 1.000 1 2 .500 2 .000 1 2 .500 1 1.000 2 4 .500 3

Year Y 2009 2010 2011 Total

GP 1 2 2 5

GS 0 2 2 4

Min 1 51 54 106

Avg g 0.0 25.5 27.0 21.2

FG 0 10 11 21

FGA 0 16 17 33

3FG 3FGA 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

NCAA TOURNAMENT FT FTA Pct 0 0 .000 1 5 .200 6 12 .500 7 17 .411

Pct .000 .625 .647 .636

Pct .000 .000 .000 .000

FT 4 26 60 90

FTA 10 62 114 186

Pct .400 .419 .526 .484

Off 14 68 59 141

Rebounds Def T Tot 21 35 121 189 92 151 234 375

Off 0 4 3 7

Avg g 1.2 5.6 4.9 4.0

PF 19 86 78 183

FO 0 2 0 2

Ast 16 53 39 108

TO 14 51 52 117

Blk 4 11 3 18

Stl 7 13 14 34

Pts 34 225 290 549

Avgg 1.2 6.6 9.4 5.8

TTot 13 94 88 195

Avg g 0.9 5.2 4.9 3.8

PF 8 50 45 103

FO 0 2 0 2

Ast 4 24 26 54

TO 8 19 36 63

Blk 2 5 3 10

Stl 2 3 11 16

Pts 10 98 185 293

Avgg 0.7 5.4 10.3 5.7

Def 0 2 2 4

TTot 0 4 3 7

Avg g 0.0 4.0 3.0 2.3

PF 0 1 4 5

FO 0 0 0 0

Ast 0 1 2 3

TO 0 0 2 2

Blk 0 0 0 0

Stl 0 1 0 1

Pts 2 8 11 21

Avgg 2.0 8.0 11.0 7.0

Def 0 5 2 7

TTot 0 9 5 14

Avg g 0.0 4.5 2.5 2.8

PF 0 5 5 10

FO 0 0 0 0

Ast 0 6 2 8

TO 0 1 2 3

Blk 0 1 0 1

Stl 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 21 28 49

Avgg 0.0 10.5 14.0 9.8

PLAYER PROFILES

89 double-double with a then season-best 14 points (7-13 FG) and a career-high 12 rebounds vs. Duquesne, 12/1...Saw first action of the year vs. Maryland in the 2K Sports/Coaches vs. Cancer Classic...Missed the first three games after undergoing surgery on his right knee (meniscus). The surgery took place on Oct. 26.

2009-10 One of four players who started all 34 games on year (power forward)... Averaged 6.6 points, 5.6 rebounds and 24.9 minutes per game on year...Shot 49.5 percent (97-196) from the floor... Recorded two double-doubles on the year...Reached double figure scoring in nine games and double figure rebounding in three games on year... Earned Most Inspirational Player Award at team banquet...Finished with 13 points (6-8 FG), six rebounds and matched a career-high with five assists in NCAA Tournament First Round vs. Oakland, 3/19...Scored 13 points (5-7 FG) and pulled down nine rebounds at St. John’s, 2/27...Set career-highs for points (26), rebounds (11), field goals made (11-14) and free throws made (4-6) in registering his second career double-double in 42 minutes vs. Louisville, 1/16...Scored 12 points (6-8 FG) with nine rebounds and four assists in 31 minutes vs. Kent State, 12/12... Finished with 11 points and nine rebounds in a career-high 44 minutes vs. Duquesne, 12/2...Notched first double-double with 10 points and 10

ROBINSON’S CAREER HIGHS Points: 26, Louisville, 1/16/10. FG made: 11, Louisville, 1/16/10. FG attempts: 14, Louisville, 1/16/10. 3FG made: 1, five times- last vs. Notre Dame, 3/11/10. 3FG attempts: 2, two times. FT made: 9, at Villanova, 2/12/11. FT attempts: 14, at Villanova, 2/12/11. Rebounds: 12, Duquesne, 12/1/10. Off. Rebs.: 7, Mount St. Mary’s, 12/19/09. Def. Rebs.: 9, two times- last, Youngstown State, 11/28/09. Assists: 5, two times- vs. Oakland, 3/19/ 10; Binghamton, 11/17/09. Steals: 2, six times. Blocks: 2, two times. Minutes: 44, vs. Duquesne, 12/2/09.

2010-11 SEASON HIGHS Points: 21, Syracuse, 1/17. Rebounds: 12, Duquesne, 12/1. Assists: 4, Connecticut, 12/27. Steals: 2, two times. Blocks: 2, at Rutgers, 1/29. Minutes: 38, at Villanova, 2/12.

rebounds (nine defensive) vs. Youngstown State, 11/28...Scored a then career-high 15 points (6-9 FG) with three rebounds vs. Eastern Kentucky, 11/19...Grabbed a careerhigh 10 rebounds with five assists and seven points vs. Binghamton, 11/17... Made first career start, scored nine points, hit first career 3-pointer and

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ROBINSON’S NUMBERS Double-Doubles: ................................. 6 Points-Rebounds: ........................... 6 Points-Assists: .............................. 0 20+ point games: ................................. 2 10+ point games: ............................... 21 10+ rebound games: ............................ 8 5+ rebound games: ........................... 33 5+ assist games: ................................. 2 30+ minute games: ............................ 12 40+ minute games: .............................. 2

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grabbed five rebounds vs. Wofford, 11/ 13.

2008-09 Played in 29 games and 186 minutes off the bench as a small forward...Earned team’s Most Improved Player Award at team banquet... Scored four points and grabbed four rebounds in career debut vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, 11/14.

HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Chester High School where he played for head coach Fred Pickett...Named an EA Sports Second Team All-America selection...Two-time PIAA Class 4A AllState First Team selection while leading Chester to a 58-7 two-year record and two state title game appearances...Guided Chester to a school-best 33-1 overall record, No. 3 national ranking by USA Todayy and the PIAA Class 4A state title as a senior... Concluded season on a 24-game winning streak...Selected First Team All-State after averaging 16.5 points, 11.5 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 1.1 blocks per game...Won state title with an 81-77 win over Norristown in the championship game...Registered double-double (14 points/15 rebounds) in state title game...Selected to the Philadelphia Daily Newss and Philadelphia Inquirerr All-Area First Team...Scored 10 points in the fourth quarter to lead Chester to a 65-56 win over Pennsbury in the state semifinal...

Registered 22 points and 18 rebounds in a win over Methacton...Named MVP of the Hoop Group Festival...Earned All-Tournament Team honors at the City of the Palms Tournament in Fort Myers, Fla. after scoring 26 points and grabbing 11 rebounds...Named First Team All-State after averaging 18.0 points and 11.0 rebounds per game as a junior...Guided Chester to a 28-6 overall record and led the Clippers to the PIAA Class 4A state title game where it lost a 78-71 decision to DeJuan Blair’s Pittsburgh Schenley team...Scored 15 points in the state title game...Finished with a game-high 22 points (11-13 FG) in the state semifinal win over Souderton (8557)...Scored 33 points (16-21 FG) and grabbed 12 rebounds in a state quarterfinal win over West Lawn Wilson...Selected to the Philadelphia Daily Newss and Philadelphia Inquirer All-Area Second Team...Named AllArea by the Delaware County Times and Bucks County Timess as a junior... Transferred to Chester after playing his first two years at American Christian Academy...Averaged 19.0 points and 10.0 rebounds per game as a sophomore while leading ACA to a 229 record...Played in the Eddie Griffin Challenge (New Jersey vs. Philadelphia area All-Star preps)...Played AAU basketball with Team Final, coached by Rob Brown...Helped team win an AAU national title in 2004.

PERSONAL Born Nasir Robinson on March 15, 1989...Son of Taron Robinson... Close to his grandmother Terri...Has two younger brothers Laquan and Kareem who both played basketball at Chester High...Chester High School alums include current Orlando Magic player and former Saint Joseph’s standout Jameer Nelson and Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan (mid-1960’s)... Nickname is “Nas” and “The Warrior”... Name “Nasir” is Arabic for “helper” or “success and victory”...Has known fellow Pitt teammates Ashton Gibbs and Tray Woodall since the seventh grade...Selected Pitt because of its school, campus, coaching staff, academics and basketball program... Majors in social sciences.

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NICK RIVERS 6-0 „ 180 „ Senior „ Guard Phoenix, Ariz. „ Brophy College Prep

THE STORYLINE

CAREER

In his third season as a walk-on, Nick Rivers earned a roster spot in 2009 after serving as a men’s basketball team manager for two seasons. He will contribute at both guard positions. A fan favorite, Rivers is known for his pre-game dance routine performed prior to the National Anthem. He is currently pursuing a Masters’ degree at the University of Pittsburgh after he graduated in April, 2011 with an economics degree.

Two-year letterwinner who has seen action in 17 career games and logged 29 career minutes...Scored nine points and dished out six assists in his career...Two-time Big East Academic All-Star.

2010-11 Named a Big East Academic All Star...Earned co-Most Inspirational Award at team banquet...Played in 12 games on the year...Finished with

three points (1-3 FG), hit a 3-pointer and dished out three assists vs. North Florida, 11/13. All were career-highs.

2009-10 Named a Big East Academic AllStar...Played in five games on year off the bench (Ohio, Mount St. Mary’s Binghamton, Seton Hall, Rutgers)...Hit first field goal, a 3-pointer and grabbed first career rebound vs. Ohio, 12/22... Scored first career point on 1-2 free throws vs. Mount St. Mary’s, 12/19.

HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Brophy College Prep in Phoenix, Ariz. where he played two years of varsity basketball for head coach Tony Fuller…Two-time First Team All-Region selection…Averaged 12.5 points, 5.0 assists and 3.0 rebounds per game during his varsity career…Averaged 15.1 points per game while leading Brophy to the state tournament as a senior…Guided Brophy to the state’s Elite Eight after averaging 10.2 points per game as a junior…Also competed in track and field…Recorded a personal-best 6-4 high jump in the Arizona State Track and Field Meet…Four-year Honor Roll student.

PERSONAL Born Nicholas Rivers on July 11, 1989 in Berkeley, Calif….Son of Angelo and Audrea Rivers…Has a brother Ryan and a sister Miranda… Father Angelo Rivers played basketball at UC-Davis (1982-86) and was inducted into the UC-Davis Athletic Hall of Fame in 2006…A former point guard, he is the school’s career recordholder in assists (467) and ranks second in career steals (180)…Favorite food is his mother’s Mexican rolled tacos…Person in history he would like to meet: Martin Luther King…Happiest and most gratifying moment in sports was seeing himself on ESPN…Role model is his father because he is humble, honorable, responsible and a leader…Best job he ever held was a baseball umpire…Served as a student manager with the Pitt Basketball team during his first two years in Pittsburgh…Performs a dance routine, a blend of hip-hop and break dancing in the team huddle prior to games… The team discovered his dancing talent in the lockerroom and encouraged him to perform the routine before games…Talented musician (rapping and singing)...Outstanding student... Earned his economics degree in April, 2011 and is currently attending graduate school at Pitt.

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TRAY WOODALL 5-11 „ 190 „ Junior* „ Guard Brooklyn, N.Y.-Paterson, N.J. „ St. Anthony H.S.

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A true point guard, Tray Woodall played major minutes as both a starter and backup off the bench last season. Woodall is a reliable, quick, intelligent guard who operates Pitt’s offense with ease and efficiency. The quick and multi-talented Woodall is a great passer and scorer who causes matchup problems. He is an experienced big-game player who guards, scores and possesses the ability to emerge as a natural floor leader. Woodall is quick with the ball, athletic and is an effective penetrator. After leading Pitt in assist:turnover ratio in each of the last two seasons, he ranks third among all-time school leaders in career assist:turnover ratio. Woodall also has developed a knack for hitting clutch shots, as he has converted several clutch jumpers in his career. A floor general on offense, Woodall has improved with each and every game. Beginning his fourth season at Pitt, Woodall will have the opportunity to have another high impact year for Pitt in 2011-12.

Played in all 34 games with four starts...Reached double figure scoring in six games...Registered three or more assists in 22 games...Ranked 33rd among NCAA Division I leaders, second in the Big East Conference and led Pitt in assist:turnover ratio (2.34)...Ranked second on the team in assists (117) and averaged 3.4 per game...Earned co-Most Inspirational Award at team banquet...Tallied a season-high 12 points and three assists in a careerhigh 36 minutes at West Virginia, 2/7... Dished out five assists with no turnovers, and grabbed a season-high six rebounds at Georgetown, 1/12... Registered the go-ahead 3-pointer with 39 seconds and hit four straight free throws down the stretch, scored nine points and finished 6-6 from the free throw line to help Pitt win at Providence, 1/4...Scored 11 points and finished with a season-high nine assists vs. Maryland Eastern Shore, 12/18... Posted 11 points vs. Tennessee, 12/ 11...Earned 2K Sports/Coaches vs. Cancer all-tournament team honors after averaging 9.0 points and 5.0 assists in two games...Finished with 11 points and five assists vs. Maryland in the 2K Sports/Coaches vs. Cancer Classic semifinals, 11/18.

CAREER Appeared in 78 career games with 15 starts...Enters junior season ranked third in school history in assist:turnover ratio (2.12) behind Levance Fields (2.84) and Sean Miller (2.32)...Has dished out at least one assist in 46 of his last 47 games. Previously had at least one assist in 44 straight games.

2009-10 Played in all 34 games and started the season’s first 11 games at point guard...Ranked second on team in

WOODALL’S CAREER STATISTICS OVERALL

Year Y 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Total

GP 10 34 34 78

GS 0 11 4 15

Min 97 687 734 1518

Avg g 9.7 20.2 21.6 19.5

FG 7 60 67 134

Total FGA 25 155 187 364

Pct .280 .387 .364 .368

Three-Point 3FG 3FGA Pct 1 12 .083 18 67 .269 24 82 .293 43 161 .267

Year Y 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Total

GP 0 18 18 36

GS 0 1 4 5

Min 0 293 403 696

Avg g 0.0 16.3 22.4 19.3

FG 0 23 34 57

FGA 0 54 96 150

Pct .000 .426 .354 .380

3FG 3FGA 0 0 6 25 13 46 19 71

BIG EAST REGULAR SEASON Pct FT FTA Pct Off .000 0 0 .000 0 .240 15 21 .714 3 .283 35 46 .761 4 .268 50 67 .746 7

Def 0 27 42 69

Year Y 2010 2011 Total

GP 1 1 2

GS 0 0 0

Min 15 15 30

Avg g 15.0 15.0 15.0

FG 1 2 3

FGA 3 3 6

Pct .333 .667 .500

3FG 3FGA 0 0 1 1 1 1

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT Pct FT FTA Pct Off .000 0 0 .000 0 1.000 0 0 .000 0 1.000 0 0 .000 0

Year Y 2010 2011 Total

GP 2 2 4

GS 0 0 0

Min 41 40 81

Avg g 20.5 20.0 20.3

FG 6 3 9

FGA 1122 11 23

Pct .500 .273 .391

3FG 3FGA 2 4 1 4 3 8

NCAA TOURNAMENT FT FTA Pct 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 2 2 1.000

Pct .500 .250 .375

FT 2 31 59 92

FTA 4 46 81 131

Pct .500 .674 .728 .702

Rebounds Off Def T Tot 0 10 10 9 68 77 8 69 77 17 147 164

Off 1 1 2

Avg g 1.0 2.3 2.3 2.1

PF 16 74 85 175

FO 0 2 2 4

Ast 17 108 117 242

TO 6 58 50 114

Blk 0 7 2 9

Stl 6 19 26 51

Pts 17 169 217 403

Avgg 1.7 5.0 6.4 5.2

TTot 0 30 46 76

Avg g 0.0 1.7 2.6 2.2

PF 0 37 50 87

FO 0 2 2 2

Ast 0 39 52 91

TO 0 21 31 52

Blk 0 2 2 4

Stl 0 8 10 18

Pts 0 67 116 183

Avgg 0.0 3.7 6.4 5.1

Def 1 2 3

TTot 1 2 3

Avg g 1.0 2.0 1.5

PF 1 1 2

FO 0 0 0

Ast 1 0 1

TO 0 1 1

Blk 0 0 0

Stl 0 0 0

Pts 2 5 7

Avgg 2.0 5.0 3.5

Def 6 5 11

TTot 7 6 13

Avg g 3.5 3.0 3.3

PF 5 2 7

FO 0 0 0

Ast 6 10 16

TO 4 2 6

Blk 1 0 1

Stl 1 2 3

Pts 14 9 23

Avgg 7.0 4.5 5.8

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assists with 108 (3.2 apg)...Finished with a team-leading 1.86 assist:turnover ratio, a mark that ranked him No. 118 nationally...Over the season’s last 10 games, compiled a 3.22 assist:turnover ratio (29 assists/ nine turnovers)...Reached double figure scoring in five games with one double figure assist game...Earned Most Improved Player Award at team banquet...Dished out five assists, grabbed five rebounds and scored four points in 17 minutes of NCAA Tournament Second Round game vs. Xavier, 3/21...Scored 10 points (4-7 FG), hit 2-3 3-pointers in 24 minutes vs. Oakland, 3/19...Played a key role off the bench with 12 points, six assists and a career-high seven rebounds in 31 minutes vs. West Virginia, 2/12... Finished with 10 points vs. Kent State, 12/29...Scored a career-high 19 points and set or tied career-highs for free throws made (7), free throws attempted (10), field goals made (10), 3-point field goals made (2) and rebounds (6) vs. Wichita State, 11/23... Notched first career double-double with career-highs of 10 points (4-10 FG) and 13 assists vs. Binghamton, 11/ 17. The 13 assists ranked tied for the seventh highest game total in school history...Made first career start and scored eight points vs. Wofford, 11/13.

WOODALL’S CAREER HIGHS Points: 19, vs. Wichita State, 11/23/09. FG made: 5, two times, last- Maryland Eastern Shore, 12/18/10. FG attempts: 11, two times, last- at West Virginia, 2/7/11. 3FG made: 2, 10 times, last- Notre Dame, 1/24/11. 3FG attempts: 6, Wofford, 11/13/09. FT made: 7, Wichita State, 11/23/09. FT attempts: 10, two times, lastTennessee, 12/11/10. Rebounds: 7, West Virginia, 2/12/10. Off. Rebs.: 2, vs. Duquesne, 12/2/09. Def. Rebs.: 6, three times, last- West Virginia, 2/12/10. Assists: 13, Binghamton, 11/17/09. Steals: 4, two times- vs. Wichita State, 11/ 23/09; Indiana, Pa., 11/22/08. Blocks: 2, Eastern Kentucky, 11/19/09. Minutes: 36, at West Virginia, 2/7/11.

2010-11 SEASON HIGHS Points: 12, at West Virginia, 2/7. Rebounds: 6, at Georgetown, 1/12. Assists: 9, Maryland Eastern Shore, 12/18. Steals: 3, Rider, 12/4. Blocks: 1, two times. Minutes: 36, at West Virginia, 2/7.

PLAYER PROFILES

WOODALL’S NUMBERS Double-Doubles: ................................. 1 Points-Rebounds: ........................... 0 Points-Assists: .............................. 1 20+ point games: ................................. 0 10+ point games: ............................... 11 10+ rebound games: ............................ 0 5+ rebound games: ............................. 7 10+ assist games ................................ 1 5+ assist games: ............................... 22 30+ minute games: .............................. 7 40+ minute games: .............................. 0

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2008-09 Earned a medical redshirt for the 2008-09 season after suffering a severe knee injury...Played in the season’s first 10 games off the bench...Played 15 minutes, totaled five assists and hit first 3-point field goal in career debut vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, 11/14.

HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of St. Anthony High School in Jersey City, N.J. where he lettered four seasons for head coach Bob Hurley...Guided St. Anthony to a perfect 32-0 record, No. 1 national ranking and national the championship by USA Today...Led y Friars to the New Jersey Non-Public B state title as a senior...Second Team Associated Press All-State selection after averaging 10.0 points and 3.0 assists per game as a senior...Helped St. Anthony defeat Newark Science Park 69-36 in the Tournament of Champions title game...Registered 16 points and seven rebounds in leading the Friars to a 76-41 win over Immaculata in the Tournament of Champions semifinal...Earned Most Valuable Player honors after scoring 22 points and guiding Team USA to a 120115 win over Team Florida at the Senior Showcase...As a junior, guided St. Anthony to a 28-1 record and appearance in the New Jersey state Non-Public Class B state final before losing to No. 2 nationally ranked St. Patrick...St. Anthony finished ranked No. 7 by USA Today...Averaged y 10

points and three assists per game as a junior...Three-time Newark Star-Ledger All-Area team selection...Averaged 10 points and 3.0 assists while helping guide St. Anthony’s to the New Jersey North Public B final as a sophomore... Selected as a “Fabulous Freshman” and competed in the MetroHoops North-South All-Star game...Played at the AAU JamFest in Pittsburgh, the first time he stepped foot on campus in 2007...Played in the Eddie Griffin Challenge (New Jersey vs. Philadelphia area All-Star preps)...Earned All-Star honors at the prestigious ABCD Camp in Hackensack, N.J. and 5-Star Camp following his sophomore season... Played on the New Jersey Playaz AAU team coached by Jimmy Salmon... Invited to compete at “Camp Next” as a freshman...Competed in the Jordan Brand Classic All-Star Game in April, 2008.

PERSONAL Born Travon Woodall on April 14, 1989...Son of Theresa Ratliff...Has one sister Shataya Ratliff…Resides with his godfather and godmother Jorge and Samar Fontan...Godbrother is Jiovanni Fontan, who plays basketball at Southern Cal…Began playing basketball while living in Brooklyn, N.Y....Introduced to basketball by his cousin Khalief Woodall, who suffered a tragic death at age 11...Played a starring role in the documentary The Street Stops Here, a movie about Bob Hurley and the St. Anthony basketball program...Has known fellow Pitt players Ashton Gibbs and Nasir Robinson since the seventh grade... Played on an AAU team with Gibbs... One of six players from his high school senior class to sign with NCAA Division I schools: Mike Rosario (Rutgers, now at Florida), Tyshawn Taylor (Kansas), Jiovanni Fontan (Fordham and now Southern Cal), Alberto Estwick (Fordham and now Norfolk State) and A.J. Rogers (Saint Joseph’s)...Selected Pitt for its graduation rate, environment and coaching staff...Also selected Pitt because of the lineage of point guards and opportunity to learn from former point guard Levance Fields and current assistant coach Brandin Knight... Sociology major.

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DANTE TAYLOR 6-9 „ 240 „ Junior „ Forward Greenburgh, N.Y. „ National Christian Academy (Md.)

THE STORYLINE Dante Taylor returns for his junior season after two years that saw him contribute off the bench at center. Described as a highly skilled, athletic post player who can shoot, Taylor has shown flashes of excellence. His strengths are his physical rebounding presence, offensive rebounding prowess, quickness and athleticism around the basket. A raw talent, Taylor is fast up and down the court, exhibits expanded range with his jumper and is a fast developing post-player. A sturdy power forward/center who knows how to score, Taylor has the ability to play with both skill and athleticism. He is a physically gifted player who runs, and rebounds. He has an impressive midrange game and exceptional ballhandling skills for a big man. Following two years of development, look for Taylor to have a promising season in 2011-12.

2010-11 Played in 33 of 34 games off the bench at center...Averaged 5.1 points and 4.5 rebounds (2.1 offensive rebounds per game) in 33 contests and 497 minutes on the year (15.0 mpg.)... Reached double figure scoring three times and double figure rebounding twice on year...Earned the Jaron Brown Pursuit of Academic Excellence Award at team banquet...Led Pitt with seven rebounds (four offensive) in Big East Tournament game vs. Connecticut, 3/10...Registered first career double-double with a career-high 14

points (6-7 FG) and 10 rebounds vs. Delaware State, 12/8...Recorded a then season-high 12 points (5-7 FG) with five rebounds vs. Rider, 12/ 4...Finished with 11 points (4-5 FG) and four rebounds in 15 minutes vs. Penn, 11/27...Grabbed 11 rebounds (career-high tying seven offensive) and scored seven points vs. North Florida, 11/13.

2009-10 Played in all 34 games and averaged 13.9 minutes per game off the bench at center...Ranked second on team in blocked shots (20) and finished the year with a 4.1 points and 3.7 rebounds per game averages... Reached double figure scoring in four games and double figure rebounding in three games on year...Big East Academic All-Star...Earned Academic Excellence Award at team banquet... Set then career-highs for field goals (5-8), offensive rebounds (six), assists (three) and scored 11 points and grabbed seven rebounds in 16 minutes vs. Rutgers, 3/6...Scored 10 points (34 FG) and grabbed eight rebounds in a career-high 23 minutes at Syracuse, 1/ 2...Grabbed 10 rebounds including a career-high six offensive vs. Ohio, 12/ 22...Scored 12 points (4-4 FG) with five rebounds in a career-high 21 minutes vs. Indiana, 12/8...Grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds and blocked four shots in 20 minutes vs. Eastern Kentucky, 11/19...Saw action in his first collegiate game, played 19 minutes off the bench, scored 13 points (5-7 FG) and grabbed five rebounds vs. Wofford, 11/13.

TAYLOR’S CAREER STATISTICS OVERALL

Year Y 2009-10 2010-11 Total

GP 34 33 67

GS 0 0 0

Min 474 497 971

Avg g 13.9 15.1 14.5

FG 52 69 121

Total FGA 89 112 201

Pct .584 .616 .602

Three-Point 3FG 3FGA Pct 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000

Year Y 2009-10 2010-11 Total

GP 18 17 35

GS 0 0 0

Min 213 246 459

Avg g 11.8 14.5 13.1

FG 28 22 50

FGA 43 42 85

Pct .651 .524 .588

3FG 3FGA 0 0 0 0 0 0

BIG EAST REGULAR SEASON Pct FT FTA Pct Off .000 9 17 .529 27 .000 14 25 .560 18 .000 23 42 .578 45

Def 19 40 59

Year Y 2010 2011 Total

GP 1 1 2

GS 0 0 0

Min 18 18 36

Avg g 18.0 18.0 18.0

FG 1 2 3

FGA 2 5 7

Pct .500 .400 .429

3FG 3FGA 0 0 0 0 0 0

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT Pct FT FTA Pct Off .000 0 0 .000 2 .000 0 0 .000 4 .000 0 0 .000 6

Year Y 2010 2011 Total

GP 2 2 4

GS 0 0 0

Min 28 24 52

Avg g 14.0 12.0 13.0

FG 2 3 5

FGA 3 5 8

Pct .667 .600 .625

3FG 3FGA 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct .000 .000 .000

FT 35 29 64

FTA 61 52 113

Pct .574 .558 .566

NCAA TOURNAMENT FT FTA Pct 1 2 .500 1 2 .500 2 4 .500

Off 62 70 132

Rebounds Def T Tot 65 127 78 148 143 275

Off 1 4 5

Avg g 3.7 4.5 4.1

PF 56 74 130

FO 0 1 1

Ast 4 11 15

TO 18 16 34

Blk 20 22 42

Stl 15 4 19

Pts 139 167 306

Avg g 4.1 5.1 4.6

TTot 46 58 104

Avg g 2.6 3.4 3.0

PF 32 38 70

FO 0 1 1

Ast 1 5 6

TO 12 7 19

Blk 8 9 17

Stl 9 2 11

Pts 65 58 123

Avg g 3.6 3.4 3.5

Def 0 3 3

TTot 2 7 9

Avg g 2.0 7.0 4.5

PF 2 3 5

FO 0 0 0

Ast 1 0 1

TO 0 0 0

Blk 0 1 1

Stl 0 0 0

Pts 2 4 6

Avg g 2.0 4.0 3.0

Def 5 4 9

TTot 6 8 14

Avg g 3.0 4.0 3.5

PF 5 6 11

FO 0 0 0

Ast 0 0 0

TO 1 2 3

Blk 2 0 2

Stl 2 0 2

Pts 5 7 12

Avg g 2.5 3.5 3.0

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PLAYER PROFILES

TAYLOR’S NUMBERS Double-Doubles: ................................. 1 Points-Rebounds: ........................... 1 Points-Assists: .............................. 0 20+ point games: ................................. 0 10+ point games: ................................. 7 10+ rebound games: ............................ 5 5+ rebound games: ........................... 25 5+ assist games: ................................. 0 30+ minute games: .............................. 0 40+ minute games: .............................. 0

HIGH SCHOOL

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A 2009 graduate of National Christian Academy in Fort Washington, Md. where he played four seasons of basketball for head coach Trevor Brown…Named a McDonald’s AllAmerican...Participated in the McDonald’s All-America Game (April 1, 2009 in Miami, Fla.)…Became the fifth Pitt signee in school history to earn McDonald’s All-America team honors joining Charles Smith (1984), Jerome Lane (1985), Bobby Martin (1987) and Brian Shorter (1987)… Scored 15 points (6-11 FG) and grabbed six rebounds for the East AllStars in the 2009 McDonald’s AllAmerica Game...Won the McDonald’s All-American Skills Competition, in which he completed a full-court dribbling and shooting course in 37 seconds…Named to the Parade AllAmerica Second Team…Washington Postt All-MET Player of the Year… Averaged 23.8 points (665 total points), 13 rebounds and three blocked shots per game and hit 65 percent (161-247) of his free throws as a senior…Guided NCA to a 26-6 overall record…Named First Team All-MET by the Washington Post and earned Independent private school all-league honors…Scored over 30 points eight times and finished with 20 or more 19 times…Registered 23 double-doubles in 28 contests on the year…Scored 30 points and converted 18-24 free throws in NCA’s season finale vs. Mount Zion (N.C.)…Scored season-high 34 points two times against both Mount Zion (N.C.) and

Jericho Christian…Scored 31 points with a career-high 21 rebounds vs. Theodore Roosevelt…Finished with 33 points and 15 rebounds vs. Friendship Collegiate…Named Most Valuable Player after scoring 33 points and totaling 11 rebounds vs. Oak Hill Academy…Hit four 3-pointers, scored 31 points and pulled down 11 rebounds vs. Living Faith…Named game MVP after scoring 26 points and grabbing nine rebounds in the Reebok AllAmerican All-Star Game...Averaged 18 points and 11 rebounds per game as a junior…Named Second Team All-MET by the Washington Post and earned Independent private school all-league honors…Guided National Christian Academy to a 22-7 record and No. 11 ranking in the Washington D.C. metro area as a junior…Averaged 8.6 points per game as a sophomore… Transferred to National Christian Academy following his freshman season…Ranked the nation’s No. 14 recruit nationally by Bob Gibbons… Rated the No. 16 recruit nationally by ESPN-U…Ranked the No. 17 recruit nationally by Scout.com’s Dave Telep…Rated the nation’s No. 16 player by Scout.com…Ranked the nation’s No. 24 player by Rivals.com… Ranked the No. 24 player nationally by USA Today…Rated the nation’s No. 28 player by PrepStars Magazine...Ranked the nation’s No. 36 recruit by Rise Magazine…Named to The Sporting Newss Washington D.C. All-Metro team…Named one of the top performers at the LeBron James United States Skills Academy… Voted Best Post Player at the NBA Top100 Camp.

PERSONAL Born Dante Taylor on March 18, 1990…Son of Lisa Sharpe of White Plains, N.Y., located 20 miles north of New York City…Has a sister Michelle and brother Michael...Committed to Pitt at the 2008 summer Triple S. Harley Davidson Shootout in Morgantown, W.Va…Honored by his hometown of Greenburgh, N.Y. as being a “native son” during halftime of

PLAYER PROFILES

TAYLOR’S CAREER HIGHS Points: 14, Delaware State, 12/8/10. FG made: 6, Delaware State, 12/8/10. FG attempts: 8, Rutgers, 3/6/10. 3FG made: None. 3FG attempts: None. FT made: 5, Youngstown State, 11/28/09. FT attempts: 8, vs. Duquesne, 12/2/09. Rebounds: 12, Eastern Kentucky, 11/19/ 09. Off. Rebs.: 7, two times, last- North Florida, 11/13/10. Def. Rebs.: 8, New Hampshire, 12/4/09. Assists: 2, Seton Hall, 1/15/11. Steals: 2, at Cincinnati, 1/4/10. Blocks: 4, Eastern Kentucky, 11/19/09. Minutes: 23, at Syracuse, 1/2/10.

2010-11 SEASON HIGHS Points: 14, Delaware State, 12/8. Rebounds: 11, North Florida, 11/13. Assists: 2, Seton Hall, 1/15. Steals: 1, four times. Blocks: 3, North Florida, 11/13. Minutes: 22, vs. Tennessee, 12/11.

the Frankie Williams All-Star game in June, 2009...Named MVP of the game after scoring 32 points...2008 NBA draft picks Patrick Ewing, Jr., Kevin Durant and Deron Washington all played basketball recently at National Christian Academy…Pitt recruited him since his sophomore season… Developed and improved over his three years at NCA…Earned honor roll academic status two times as a high school student…Chose Pitt because of its continued loyalty, style of play, coaching staff, academic support, family atmosphere, Big East Conference and proximity to his home of New York…Enrolled in the School of Arts and Sciences and plans to major in social work.

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LAMAR PATTERSON 6-5 „ 221 „ Sophomore* „ Forward

Lancaster, Pa. „ St. Benedict’s Prep (N.J.) „ J.P. McCaskey H.S.

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THE STORYLINE

2009-10

Lamar Patterson is a physical perimeter player who has a high skill level, can shoot, pass and has stellar court vision. He is a steady, versatile, all-around contributor who can hit jumpers and make efficient offensive decisions. Patterson has the unique ability to see the floor as he is extremely effective against the zone. Last year he saw action in 32 games off the bench at both forward positions. He played in 10 games as a freshman before spraining his ankle and earning a medical hardship waiver. Patterson has an NBA caliber body, good size and is a pure shooter who can handle the ball. A strong, versatile wing player and steady ball handler, Patterson has long arms and a high basketball IQ. He has also proved to be a solid defender.

Earned medical hardship waiver for the 2009-10 season after suffering a severely sprained right ankle...Named a Big East Academic All-Star...Played in 10 games off the bench at both forward positions...Scored six points, hit two 3-pointers in a key first half run vs. Texas, 11/24...Scored 10 points, all in the first half, hit 3-6 field goals (2-4 3FG) with four rebounds vs. Eastern Kentucky, 11/19...Played 13 minutes, hit first career basket and 3-pointer vs. Binghamton, 11/17...Saw first action off the bench, played in seven minutes in the season opener vs. Wofford, 11/ 13.

2010-11 Played in 32 of 34 games off the bench at both the small forward and power forward positions...Earned coMost Improved Player Award at team banquet...Set or tied career-highs for scoring (11 points), field goals made (4-6), assists (five), minutes played (22), blocked shots (two), free throws made and attempted (3-4) and scored the first five points of a second half run vs. West Virginia, 2/24...Grabbed a career-high six rebounds at Rutgers, 1/ 29...Finished with six points, four rebounds and a 3-pointer in 13 minutes at DePaul, 1/22.

HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of St. Benedict’s Prep (N.J.) where he played his senior season for head coach Dan Hurley... Averaged 10.0 points, 8.5 rebounds and 2.5 steals per game in helping lead St. Benedict’s to a 24-3 record, No. 7 final national ranking by USA Today and semifinal finish in the first-ever ESPN Rise National High School Invitational…The Gray Bees were ranked No. 3 in the East Region by USA Today…Scored 12 points in a 7466 semifinal loss to No. 1 ranked Oak Hill Academy (Va.)…Defeated Baltimore St. Frances, 74-65, in NHSI quarterfinal action…Helped St. Benedict’s win its first 19 games of the season…Finished with 19 points and 13 rebounds in a 77-67 win over Marietta Wheeler (Ga.)…Scored a team-high 23 points, including 10 in the fourth quarter, to help St. Benedict’s defeat fellow Pitt signee

PATTERSON’S CAREER STATISTICS OVERALL

Year Y 2009-10 2010-11 Total

GP 10 32 42

GS 0 0 0

Min 104 401 505

Avg g 10.4 12.5 12.0

FG 6 28 34

Total FGA 24 82 106

Pct .250 .341 .321

Three-Point 3FG 3FGA Pct 5 11 .455 8 36 .222 13 47 .277

Year Y 2010-11 Total

GP 16 16

GS 0 0

Min 205 205

Avg g 12.8 12.8

FG 14 14

FGA 30 30

Pct .467 .467

3FG 3FGA 4 10 4 10

BIG EAST REGULAR SEASON Pct FT FTA Pct Off .400 13 18 .722 12 .400 13 18 .722 12

Year Y 2011 Total

GP 1 1

GS 0 0

Min 8 8

Avg g 8.0 8.0

FG 0 0

FGA 1 1

Pct .000 .000

3FG 3FGA 0 1 0 1

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT Pct FT FTA Pct Off .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0

Year Y 2011 Total

GP 2 2

GS 0 0

Min 24 24

Avg g 12.0 12.0

FG 1 1

FGA 7 7

Pct .143 .143

3FG 3FGA 1 5 1 5

Pct .200 .200

FT 6 20 26

FTA 11 29 40

Pct .545 .690 .650

NCAA TOURNAMENT FT FTA Pct 0 0 .000 0 0 .000

Rebounds Off Def 4 8 35 29 39 37

Off 4 4

TTot 12 64 76

Avg g 1.2 2.0 1.8

PF 8 35 43

FO 0 0 0

Ast 4 42 46

TO 5 24 29

Blk 4 5 9

Stl 3 14 17

Pts 23 84 107

Avgg 2.3 2.6 2.5

Def 20 20

TTot 32 32

Avg g 2.0 2.0

PF 15 15

FO 0 0

Ast 23 23

TO 9 9

Blk 2 2

Stl 9 9

Pts 45 45

Avgg 2.8 2.8

Def 0 0

TTot 0 0

Avg g 0.0 0.0

PF 0 0

FO 0 0

Ast 0 0

TO 1 1

Blk 1 1

Stl 1 1

Pts 0 0

Avgg 0.0 0.0

Def 3 3

TTot 7 7

Avg g 3.5 3.5

PF 4 4

FO 0 0

Ast 5 5

TO 3 3

Blk 0 0

Stl 1 1

Pts 3 3

Avgg 1.5 1.5

PLAYER PROFILES

Talib Zanna’s Bishop McNamara team, 80-70…Scored 14 points and grabbed seven rebounds vs. Miramar H.S. (Fla.)…Named Most Valuable Player of Primetime Game...Played in the Jordan Brand Classic All-Star Game at Madison Square Garden on April 18, 2009…Played in the Capital Area Classic All-Star Game…Played the previous three seasons at Lancaster McCaskey High School where he competed for Head Coach Steve Powell...Named Class 4A Second Team All-State selection as a junior after averaging 20.3 points per game... Named the Lancaster New Eraa Area Player of the Year...Voted the Lancaster-Lebanon League’s Most Valuable Player...Guided McCaskey to a 22-5 overall record, undefeated 16-0 L-L League record and a third straight Section One title...Concluded junior season ranked as the area’s second leading scorer at 20.3 ppg....Guided McCaskey to three straight LancasterLebanon League basketball titles... Scored 12 points and grabbed 14 rebounds in helping McCaskey claim its third straight Lancaster-Lebanon League title with a win over Lancaster Catholic...Hit a buzzer beating, gamewinning shot from 35-feet out, scored 22 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in a 61-58 victory over Hempfield... Scored a career-high 40 points in a win over Conestoga Valley...All-L-L League selection as a sophomore... Averaged 15.0 points and 10.0 rebounds per game as a sophomore... After he became a starter, guided the Red Tornado to a 36-2 L-L record... Gave up football to concentrate on basketball after his sophomore year... Invited to the prestigious Top-100 NBA Camp…Ranked as the nation’s No. 109 recruit by USA Today…Ranked the nation’s No. 15 small forward by ESPN-U…Ranked the nation’s No. 78 player by Hoopscoop...Ranked the nation’s No. 94 recruit by ESPN-U… Rated the nation’s No. 85 player by Dave Telep…Rated the nation’s No. 109 recruit by Bob Gibbons…Ranked the nation’s No. 112 player by Scout.com...Played AAU basketball with Team Final.

PATTERSON’S CAREER HIGHS Points: 11, West Virginia, 2/24/11. FG made: 4, West Virginia, 2/24/11. FG attempts: 7, vs. Maryland, 11/18/10. 3FG made: 2, two times- vs. Texas, 11/24/ 09; Eastern Kentucky, 11/19/09. 3FG attempts: 4, Eastern Kentucky, 11/19/ 09. FT made: 4, Villanova, 3/5/11. FT attempts: 4, four times, last- Villanova, 3/5/11. Rebounds: 6, at Rutgers, 1/29/11. Off. Rebs.: 4, North Florida, 11/13/10. Def. Rebs.: 3, three times, last- at Rutgers, 1/29/11. Assists: 5, West Virginia, 2/24/11. Steals: 2, two times. Blocks: 2, West Virginia, 2/24/11. Minutes: 22, two times, last- West Virginia, 2/24/11.

2010-11 SEASON HIGHS Points: 11, West Virginia, 2/24. Rebounds: 6, at Rutgers, 1/29. Assists: 5, West Virginia, 2/24. Steals: 2, two times. Blocks: 2, West Virginia, 2/24. Minutes: 22, two times, last- West Virginia, 2/24.

PERSONAL Born Lamar Patterson on August 12, 1991...Son of Perry, Sr. and Loreen Patterson...Younger brother of Perry Patterson, who played quarterback at Syracuse (2004-07) and was a Second Team All-State honoree in basketball at McCaskey...The Patterson brothers are two of only four players in school history to earn All-State honors...His other brother Lorne Creighton starred at McCaskey and played collegiately at Kutztown...Favorite basketball player is Magic Johnson...Made his official visit to Pitt on Dec. 15, 2007 and committed to the Panthers after Pitt’s win against Duke at Madison Square Garden...Selected Pitt over Arizona, Arizona State, Miami, Fla., Minnesota, Virginia Tech, Virginia, Michigan, Penn State, Rutgers, Temple and Syracuse...Majors in Administration of Justice.

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TALIB ZANNA 6-9 „ 230 „ Sophomore* „ Forward Kaduna, Nigeria „ Bishop McNamara H.S. (Md.)

THE STORYLINE

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Talib Zanna (pronounced Ta-leeb Zah-nah) begins his third season at Pitt after seeing action in 27 games with 13 starts before a broken right thumb injury sidelined him for the season’s final seven contests. Most fans remember the Maryland game when he recorded his first double-double in an inspiring 14-point, 12-rebound performance. A power forward, Zanna is a strong, physical athlete who combines skill and athleticism to create matchup problems with the opposition. He possesses a solid midrange jumper, unique and rare post-up skills and is capable of playing with his back to the basket as well as blocking shots on the defensive end. Zanna loves to attack off the dribble from the outside and is an aggressive and physical rebounder. Over the course of his career, he has done a terrific job of maturing his game from primarily being a defensive player and rebounder to developing a flowing offensive game where he can handle the ball on the break and pull-up to shoot jumpers. Zanna, who earned a medical redshirt during his first season on campus, will have the opportunity to become a major contributor for Pitt in 2011-12.

2010-11 Started the season’s first 13 games and has appeared in 27 games at power forward...Missed the last seven games of the season due to a broken right thumb...One double-double on year...Registered double figure scoring in four games and double figure rebounding twice...Earned co-Most Improved Player Award at team banquet...Scored 11 points (5-6 FG), a career-high in conference play, in 15 minutes, with all 11 points coming in the first half vs. USF, 2/16...Registered first career double-double with careerhighs of 14 points (5-7 FG) and 12

rebounds in the 2K Sports Classic semifinal game vs. Maryland, 11/18... Scored career-high 13 points (5-8 FG) and added nine rebounds (five offensive) vs. North Florida, 11/13... Finished with nine points and a careerhigh 11 rebounds in season opener vs. Rhode Island, 11/8.

2009-10 Earned medical hardship waiver for the 2009-10 season following a right shoulder injury...Played in one game.

HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of Bishop McNamara High School in Forestville, Md. where he played three seasons for head coach Marty Keithline…Helped lead Bishop McNamara to a 21-12 record and No. 3 state ranking… Named First Team All-MET by the Washington Postt and earned Independent private school all-league honors…Averaged 14.6 points and 11.8 rebounds as a senior...Reached double figure scoring in 22 of 27 games, scored over 20 points five times and finished with 10 doubledoubles on the year…Named to the All-Tournament Team at the Bojangles Shootout…Scored a season-high 27 points and grabbed 12 rebounds vs. St. Mary’s Ryken…Scored 21 points, including four thunderous dunks along with 15 rebounds vs. fellow Pitt signee Lamar Patterson’s St. Benedict’s Prep team…Finished with 26 points and 11 rebounds vs. White Station…Scored 21 points and grabbed 15 rebounds vs. Carroll…Grabbed a season-high 16 rebounds two times on the year… Earned Most Valuable Player honors in the Capital Area Classic Regional AllStar Game after totaling 21 points and 14 rebounds…Named First Team AllPrince George’s County by the Montgomery Gazette and Second Team All-Washington Catholic Athletic

ZANNA’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Y 2009-10 2010-11 Total

GP 1 27 28

GS 0 13 13

Min 3 319 322

Avg g 3.0 11.8 11.5

FG 0 40 40

Total FGA 0 71 71

Pct .000 .563 .563

Three-Point 3FG 3FGA Pct 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000

Year Y 2010-11 Total

GP 14 14

GS 0 0

Min 100 100

Avg g 7.1 7.1

FG 11 11

FGA 23 23

Pct .478 .478

3FG 3FGA 0 0 0 0

OVERALL FT 0 20 20

FTA 0 42 42

Pct .000 .476 .476

Rebounds Off Def TTot 0 0 0 43 50 93 43 50 93

BIG EAST REGULAR SEASON Pct FT FTA Pct Off .000 6 13 .462 12 .000 6 13 .462 12

Def 13 13

TTot 25 25

Avg g 0.0 3.4 3.4

PF 1 43 44

FO 0 0 0

Ast 0 5 5

TO 0 17 17

Blk 0 9 9

Stl 0 7 7

Pts 0 100 100

Avgg 0.0 3.7 3.6

Avg g 1.8 1.8

PF 14 14

FO 0 0

Ast 2 2

TO 9 9

Blk 2 2

Stl 4 4

Pts 28 28

Avgg 2.0 2.0

PLAYER PROFILES

Conference…Averaged 15.0 points, 13.5 rebounds, 3.4 blocks, 1.5 assists and 1.4 steals per game as a junior… Led the WCAC in blocked shots at 3.4 per game…Selected Most Valuable Player of the High School Hoops Showcase…Named to the Benedictine Classic All-Tournament Team…Guided McNamara to a 17-12 record as a junior…Recorded triple double with 15 points, 16 rebounds and 12 blocks vs. Coolidge at the Gonzaga D.C. Classic…Season-highs included 26 points vs. Georgetown Prep and 22 rebounds vs. Miami Killian…Scored 14 points, pulled down 20 rebounds and blocked four shots in a 61-56 win over Good Counsel…Played for the District All-Star team in the I-95 Elite Challenge following his junior season… Averaged 10.0 points and 11.0 rebounds as a sophomore…His team finished 18-10 during his sophomore year…Named an honorable mention All-WCAC selection and Prince George’s County team member as a sophomore…Recorded season-highs of 17 points and 18 rebounds vs. Paul VI...Ranked the nation’s No. 53 recruit nationally by Bob Gibbons…Rated the No. 63 player nationally by Scout.com…Ranked by ESPN-U as the nation’s 10th best center prospect…Played AAU basketball with the D.C. Blue Devils and Triple Threat AAU teams…Competed with the Blue Devils for coach Keith Stevens… Competed at the Super Showcase... Competed in the Top-100 Africans With Borders NBA Camp in South Africa and was named the Most Valuable Player in the All-Star Game.

PERSONAL Born Talib Zanna on October 1, 1990…Son of Zanna Awami and Maimuna Zanna...Has three brothers (Nura, Awalu, Ibrahim) and two sisters (Habiba, Maryam)...His father, a successful businessman, passed away not long after he committed to Pitt...Has a picture of his father in his locker and touches it before every game while saying a prayer for him... Nigerian native who moved to the United States in 2006…Fluent in four different languages and could speak English before arriving in the United

ZANNA’S CAREER HIGHS Points: 14, vs. Maryland, 11/18/10. FG made: 5, three times, last- South Florida, 2/16/11. FG attempts: 8, North Florida, 11/13/10. 3FG made: None. 3FG attempts: 1, North Florida, 11/13/10. FT made: 4, three times, last- Seton Hall, 1/15/11. FT attempts: 7, vs. Maryland, 11/18/10. Rebounds: 12, vs. Maryland, 11/18/10. Off. Rebs.: 5, North Florida, 11/13/10. Def. Rebs.: 9, vs. Maryland, 11/18/10. Assists: 2, Maryland Eastern Shore, 12/18/ 10. Steals: 2, Cincinnati, 2/5/11. Blocks: 2, Rhode Island, 11/8/10. Minutes: 23, vs. Maryland, 11/18/10.

2010-11 SEASON HIGHS Points: 14, vs. Maryland, 11/18. Rebounds: 12, vs. Maryland, 11/18. Assists: 2, Maryland Eastern Shore, 12/18. Steals: 2, Cincinnati, 2/5. Blocks: 2, Rhode Island, 11/8. Minutes: 23, vs. Maryland, 11/18.

States…Began playing basketball in Nigeria when he was 10 years old… Early on, he had a goal of traveling to the United States to play basketball… His workout regimen in Nigeria included running mountains to increase his speed, vertical leap and fitness… Discovered by American high school coaches at a big man camp in Lagos, which was run by his mentor and former Georgetown player Godwin Owinje…Devout Muslim...Early in his childhood he played soccer but following a growth spurt he switched to basketball...Visited Pitt on the weekend of Sept. 19 with fellow signees Lamar Patterson and Dante Taylor…Added 30 pounds in his three years in the United States...Chose Pitt for its coaching staff, playing time and educational opportunities…Selected Pitt over Villanova, Virginia, Oklahoma, Georgetown, Clemson, Virginia Tech, Colorado, Providence, West Virginia, Connecticut, Oklahoma and Boston College..Enrolled in the School of Arts and Sciences and plans to major in business.

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J.J. MOORE 6-6 „ 205 „ Sophomore „ Forward Brentwood, N.Y. „ South Kent Prep (Conn.) „ Brentwood H.S.

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THE STORYLINE

2010-11

J.J. Moore returns to the Panthers for his second year after he saw action in 23 games, primarily at small forward. An aggressive, athletic wing with an impressive offensive game, Moore excels at attacking the rim, is a versatile scorer and stellar on-ball defender. An outstanding athlete with a scorer’s mentality, he is an explosive leaper and streaky shooter with improving range. A hidden talent out of Long Island, Moore’s stock soared following his junior year in high school as his skill set improved to the point that it matched his explosiveness. A good teammate, Moore emerged into one of the nation’s most complete wing performers while displaying versatility and athletic playmaking ability off the dribble. He has good hands and can catch off penetration and convert threes. Flying under the radar for the majority of his high school career, Moore was discovered by major NCAA Division I programs during the summer of 2009 with stellar performances in Philadelphia and North Carolina. He continues to take his game to new levels.

Appeared in 23 games off the bench at small forward...Three double figure scoring games on year...Earned Coaches Award for outstanding attitude at team banquet...Finished with eight points (3-6 FG) at DePaul, 1/ 22...Drew two charges and hit 3-3 free throws vs. Connecticut, 12/27...Finished with 10 points (5-9 FG) and three assists vs. Delaware State, 12/8... Scored 11 points (4-7 FG), hit two 3pointers and grabbed five rebounds vs. Penn, 11/27...Finished with a careerhigh 19 points (8-12 FG), grabbed eight rebounds (seven offensive) vs. North Florida, 11/13...Made career debut and finished with nine points vs. IllinoisChicago, 11/10.

MOORE’S NUMBERS Double-Doubles: ................................. Points-Rebounds: ........................... Points-Assists: .............................. 20+ point games: ................................. 10+ point games: ................................. 10+ rebound games: ............................ 5+ rebound games: ............................. 5+ assist games: ................................. 30+ minute games: .............................. 40+ minute games: ..............................

0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0

HIGH SCHOOL Played his senior season at South Kent Prep Academy in South Kent, Conn. for head coach Kelvin Jefferson…2009-10 Hoopscoop AllAmerica selection…Averaged 29.0 points and 12.0 rebounds per game while guiding the South Kent Academy Cardinals to a 20-12 record as a senior in 2009-10…All-New England Prep School Athletic Conference First Team selection…Rated the No. 1 prep school player in Connecticut… Selected to play in the Jordan Brand Classic Regional All-Star game at Madison Square Garden on April 17, 2010…Finished with 26 points (3-4 3FG) and grabbed five rebounds in leading the Suburban Team to a 137133 win over the City Team…Scored 31 points (11-21 FG) in leading South Kent Academy to a one-point win over Canarius Academy in the National Prep

School Invitational…Finished with 29 points in win over Mack Academy at NPSI…Selected to NPSI AllTournament Team…Finished with 38 points in registering a 125-122 double overtime win over Brewster Academy…Scored 33 points in the season opener vs. CJEOTO (N.J.)… Finished with 27 points (10-17 FG) with four 3-pointers in a buzzer beating win over Champlain-St. Lambert…South Kent entered the 2009-10 season ranked No. 5 in the ESPN national rankings…Nominated for the McDonald’s High School All-American game…Attended and played his first three years at Brentwood High School in Long Island, N.Y. for Head Coach Anthony Jimenez…NYSSWA Class 2A All-State Second Team selection… Averaged 24 points, 10 rebounds and three assists as a junior at Brentwood…Led the Indians to a 17-5 overall record…Consensus All-Long Island selection…Newsdayy Player of the Year…Named to Newsday and Suffolk All-County Long Island Teams…Ranked among the county’s top-5 leading scorers…Scored 28 points and hit three 3-pointers in Brentwood’s NYHSA playoff loss to Deer Park…Rated the No. 49 player in the nation by Scout.com…Ranked the nation’s No. 52 recruit by Hoopscoop…Ranked No. 52 nationally by Bob Gibbons…Ranked the No. 61 player nationally by USA Today…Rated the No. 77 player ESPN.com…Ranked the No. 107 player overall and the No. 23 small forward by Rivals.com… Joined the N.Y. Panthers AAU Basketball program and played for Gary Charles…Also played for Team Underrated…Competed at the AllAmerican Camp in Philadelphia where he impressed college coaches with a game-high 18 points…Shined on the

MOORE’S CAREER STATISTICS OVERALL

Year Y 2010-11 Total

GP 23 23

GS 0 0

Min 183 183

Avg g 8.0 8.0

FG 31 31

Total FGA 70 70

Pct .443 .443

Three-Point 3FG 3FGA Pct 8 26 .308 8 26 .308

Year Y 2010-11 Total

GP 10 10

GS 0 0

Min 65 65

Avg g 6.5 6.5

FG 6 6

FGA 21 21

Pct .286 .286

3FG 3FGA 2 8 2 8

BIG EAST REGULAR SEASON Pct FT FTA Pct Off .250 11 15 .733 3 .250 11 15 .733 3

Def 4 4

Year Y 2011 Total

GP 0 0

GS 0 0

Min 0 0

Avg g 0.0 0.0

FG 0 0

FGA 0 0

Pct .000 .000

3FG 3FGA 0 0 0 0

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT Pct FT FTA Pct Off .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0

Year Y 2011 Total

GP 1 1

GS 0 0

Min 1 1

Avg g 1.0 1.0

FG 0 0

FGA 0 0

Pct .000 .000

3FG 3FGA 0 0 0 0

Pct .000 .000

FT 16 16

FTA 23 23

Pct .696 .696

NCAA TOURNAMENT FT FTA Pct 0 0 .000 0 0 .000

Off 14 14

Rebounds Def TTot 15 29 15 29

Off 0 0

Avg g 1.3 1.3

PF 13 13

FO 0 0

Ast 10 10

TO 12 12

Blk 0 0

Stl 7 7

Pts 86 86

Avgg 3.7 3.7

TTot 7 7

Avg g 0.7 0.7

PF 6 6

FO 0 0

Ast 0 0

TO 5 5

Blk 0 0

Stl 3 3

Pts 25 25

Avgg 2.5 2.5

Def 0 0

TTot 0 0

Avg g 0.0 0.0

PF 0 0

FO 0 0

Ast 0 0

TO 0 0

Blk 0 0

Stl 0 0

Pts 0 0

Avgg 0.0 0.0

Def 0 0

TTot 0 0

Avg g 0.0 0.0

PF 0 0

FO 0 0

Ast 0 0

TO 0 0

Blk 0 0

Stl 0 0

Pts 0 0

Avgg 0.0 0.0

PLAYER PROFILES

MOORE’S CAREER HIGHS Points: 19, North Florida, 11/13/10. FG made: 8, North Florida, 11/13/10. FG attempts: 12, North Florida, 11/13/10. 3FG made: 2, two times, last- Seton Hall, 1/15/11. 3FG attempts: 5, Penn, 11/27/10. FT made: 3, Connecticut, 12/27/10. FT attempts: 3, four times, last- at Villanova, 2/12/11. Rebounds: 8, North Florida, 11/13/10. Off. Rebs.: 7, North Florida, 11/13/10. Def. Rebs.: 3, Penn, 11/27/10. Assists: 3, two times, last- Delaware State, 12/8/10. Steals: 2, Delaware State, 12/8/10. Blocks: None. Minutes: 19, two times, last- Delaware State, 12/8/10.

summer AAU circuit at the IS8 League and Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions...Played in the NassauSuffolk All-Star Game…Invited to compete in the NBA Top-100 Camp…Named an All-Star at the Reebok All-American Camp.

PERSONAL Born Johnathan J. Moore on May 25, 1991…Son of Monique Ballard… Brothers and sisters include twins Jaelah and Jordan, younger sister Brittany and older sister Myra Taylor...Youth league coach is Hunt Bresky…Played at the same prep school as former Pitt forward Gilbert Brown…Traveled to Pitt on November 3, 2009 for an unofficial visit and committed/signed with Pitt on November 11, 2009, National Signing Day…Selected Pitt because of Jamie Dixon, the coaching staff, the city of Pittsburgh, location and he “felt at home”…Other players who starred at South Kent include the Washington Wizards’ Andray Blatche and Golden State Warriors’ Dorel Wright…Also considered Louisville, St. John’s, Florida, Connecticut, Syracuse, Marquette, Rutgers, Seton Hall, Providence and Oklahoma...Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences and plans to major in communications.

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ISAIAH EPPS 6-2 „ 185 „ Freshman* „ Guard Plainfield, N.J. „ Hargrave Military Academy (Va.) V „ Plainfield H.S.

THE STORYLINE A lefthanded point guard, Isaiah Epps is a quick and agile player with elite level speed. One of the nation’s most prolific passers coming out of high school, Epps is a pass-first player who makes his teammates better. He has been compared to former Pitt point guard Levance Fields for his unique passing ability, shifty ball-handling skills and spot-up shooting in clutch situations. Epps can shoot the three, drive to the hoop or knock down pullup jumpers. He also has 3-point range. On the defensive end, his long arms enable him to get steals. He is a creative, intense, hard working player with speed, athleticism and court vision.

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2010-11 Redshirted the 2010-11 season.

HIGH SCHOOL Played his senior season at Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Va. for head coach Kevin Keatts…Led Hargrave to the nation’s No. 1 prep school ranking and 23-1 overall record…Averaged 18.0 points and six assists per game over the final half of the season…Led Hargrave to the national prep school championship semifinals where it lost an 86-83 decision to Northfield Mount Hermon… Led the squad with 20 points in Hargrave’s only loss of the season… Hargrave entered the 2009-10 season ranked No. 1 nationally in the ESPN prep school rankings…Named team captain…Played three years at Plainfield High School for coaches Jeff Lubreski (2008-09) and Pete Vasil (2006-08)…Second Team All-State, Group Four First Team All-County and All-Union First Team selection as a junior…Named to All-Area First Team by CentralJersey.com…Averaged 15.6 points, six rebounds and 5.5 assists as a junior in 2008-09…Led Plainfield to a 23-7 overall record and North NJSIAA championship in 2008-09…Scored 24 points (four 3-pointers) in a 70-67 Group Four Semifinal win against Paterson Eastside…Finished with a game-high 21 points in leading Plainfield to a 70-52 North 2 Group Four title game win over Piscataway... Registered a game-high 27 points, including four 3-pointers vs. St. Peter’s

Prep…Totaled 13 points and a careerhigh 14 assists in a 91-70 win over Elizabeth…Scored 30 points with five 3-pointers vs. Seton Hall Prep… Registered 26 points vs. Shabazz… Scored 24 points and named MVP of the Hoop Group Tipoff Showcase after a come-from-behind 73-61 win over Paterson Catholic…Hit five 3-pointers and finished with 23 points vs. Watchung Hills…Averaged 16.5 points, 6.4 assists, 5.0 rebounds and 3.6 steals as a sophomore…Guided the Cardinals to an 18-7 record as a sophomore… Attended the Deron Williams Skills Academy, sponsored by Nike and attended by the nation’s top high school point guards…Rated one of the “top passers” at the Williams Skills Camp…Played AAU basketball with the New Jersey Playaz for Head Coach Jim Salmon…Rated the nation’s No. 50 recruit by ESPN-U…Ranked the nation’s No. 58 recruit by Bob Gibbons…Rated the nation’s No. 69 recruit and No. 16 point guard by Rivals.com, The Sporting Newss and Lindy’s Magazine…Ranked the nation’s No. 92 recruit by Scout.com…Invited to attend the 2008 Reebok All-American Camp in Philadelphia…Named the 2008 Rumble in the Bronx MVP…Selected as the Most Outstanding Prospect at the Hoop Group Elite Camp…Played in the Pittsburgh Jam Fest, an AAU Tournament held at the Petersen Events Center.

PERSONAL Born Isaiah S. Epps on August 16, 1990…Son of Danielle Epps… Originally from New York City, moved to Plainfield, N.J. with his mother before the eighth grade…Nicknames are “Zeke” and “Easy”…Became the first Plainfield player to sign with a Big East school in more than 25 years… Second cousin is teammate Tray Woodall…Pitt assistant coach Brandin Knight is a New Jersey native and also played AAU basketball for the Playaz… Favorite player is LeBron James because he “looks for his teammates before he scores”…Committed to Pitt on January 12, 2009, midway through his junior year…Selected Pitt because he felt “comfortable, loved the school, loved his visit and loved everything about it”…Attended the same prep school (Hargrave) as former Pitt AllAmerican and current Memphis Grizzlies star Sam Young…Eight of his Hargrave teammates signed to play

NCAA Division I basketball…Played on same team with fellow Pitt signee Cameron Wright at the Lebron James Nike All-American Camp…Also considered Maryland, Florida, Texas, Seton Hall, Rutgers, St. John’s,

Georgetown, UCLA, Kansas, Ohio State, Providence, Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech and Michigan State during the recruiting process...Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences and plans to major in communications.

PLAYER PROFILES

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CAMERON WRIGHT 6-4 „ 205 „ Freshman* „ Guard Cleveland, Ohio „ Benedictine H.S.

THE STORYLINE Cameron Wright is described as a “complete” package who fits perfectly into Pitt’s style of play. He is physical and competitive, can defend and

rebound in traffic, runs the floor, has a good mid-range game and his shot is improving. Wright is an athletic wing with height who slashes to the basket for layups on north/south drives. He is explosive and aggressive in the open court and attacks the rim with his

slashing ability. He also has a presence on the offensive glass, is agile, has proven to be a tough defender and has good athleticism. Wright plays with energy and urgency on both ends of the floor and will be a capable multiple position defender in Pitt’s defensive system. Wright is also an excellent student who has been said to work as hard in the classroom as he does on the floor.

2010-11 Redshirted the 2010-11 season... Named a Big East Academic All Star...Received Academic Excellence Award at team banquet...Invited to tryout for the USA Basketball Under-19 team in Colorado Springs.

HIGH SCHOOL A 2010 graduate of Benedictine High School in Cleveland, Ohio where he played for head coach Rob Stircula…Named the Ohio Division II State Player of the Year, Division II First Team All-State, District II Player of the Year and First Team All-District II as a senior…Guided Benedictine to the state semifinals with a 22-5 record and helped the Bengals win 14 of their final 16 games…Concluded his senior year with a 69-62 state semifinal loss to Dunbar on March 25 at Value City Arena in Columbus…Three-time AllState selection and four-year varsity starter who concluded his four-year career as Benedictine’s all-time career scorer with 1,655 points…Set the Bengals’ all-time career scoring record during the sixth game of his senior season vs. Central Catholic, passing previous recordholder Eugene Freeman (1,278 points from 1991-94)... Averaged 19.3 points, seven rebounds, 4.2 assists and 3.2 steals and shot 35 percent from 3-point range as a senior…Finished with 21 points, six rebounds and four assists in helping Benedictine rally back from a 14-point deficit to defeat defending state champion Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary, 64-61…The win gave Benedictine its first state final four appearance since 1999…Finished with 27 points vs. Walsh Jesuit…Scored 32 points vs. Massillon…Named Ohio Division II First Team All-State and co-District II Player of the Year, sharing the honor with

teammate and Central Michigan signee Derek Jackson, following his junior year…Averaged 20.2 points, 7.5 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 4.5 steals per game in leading Benedictine to a 17-6 record as a junior…Scored 20 or more points in eight games during his junior season…Scored 29 points with 11 field goals against Walsh Jesuit…Named Ohio Division II Second Team All-State as a sophomore…Averaged 18.1 points, 7.1 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 3.0 steals per game as a sophomore while leading the Bengals to a 19-6 record…Scored over 20 points in eight games…Scored a sophomore seasonhigh 29 points two different times against both Youngstown Cardinal Mooney and Poland Seminary…Hit a 35-foot game winning shot to defeat Madison during his sophomore year… Averaged 15.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 5.7 assists in leading the Bengals to a 15-11 record and regional final appearance as a freshman…Started as a freshman…Delivered on a gamewinning drive to give Benedictine a one point, 52-51, regional semifinal win over Fairless as a freshman…Ranked the nation’s No. 74 recruit by Scout.com…Ranked the No. 126 recruit nationally by Bob Gibbons… Played AAU Basketball with the King James Shooting Stars, coached by Dru Joyce…Invited to play at the King City Classic.

PERSONAL Born Cameron W. Wright on January 1, 1992…Son of Kevin and Cheryl Wright…Has a sister Kristin... Honor Roll student…Committed to Pitt on Sunday, August 9, 2009 after visiting the campus, saying it was an “unbelievable” visit and that he had “found his home”…Impressed with Pitt’s facilities, but most impressed with the people and coaching staff… Committed less than 24 hours after visiting the campus…His best friend, backcourt partner and high school teammate Derek Jackson signed to play basketball at Central Michigan… Played on same team with fellow Pitt signee Isaiah Epps at the Lebron James Camp…Also considered Ohio State, Wisconsin, Michigan State, Indiana, Notre Dame, UCLA, Georgia Tech and West Virginia...Plans to major in business.

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KHEM BIRCH 6-9 „ 220 „ Freshman „ Forward

Montreal/Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Quebec „ Notre Dame Prep (Mass.)

THE STORYLINE

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An explosively athletic player at 6feet-9-inches tall, Khem Birch is considered one of the nation’s top shot blockers in his recruiting class. Birch is physically gifted, extremely coachable and has a natural feel for the game. He has been described as a phenomenal athlete who is quick off his feet and plays high above the rim. Birch runs the floor well, has great mobility and is quick laterally. On defense, he is a long and extremely athletic frontline player who can change the game with his shotblocking ability. He also has the potential to guard multiple positions. On offense, he uses his length to grab offensive rebounds and consistently scores with tipins above the rim or on the break. Birch scores in and around the lane when he receives the ball from cutting and slashing in between defenders. He also has good touch around the basket, has several post moves and can hit a short jumper from the corner. A soft spoken, mature Canadian, Birch signed a National Letter of Intent with Pitt on Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010.

HIGH SCHOOL A 2011 graduate of Notre Dame Prep in Fitchburg, Mass. where he played his senior season for head coach Ryan Hurd…McDonald’s AllAmerican…Named to the USA Today All-America Second Team…Averaged 18.0 points, 13.0 rebounds and 6.0 blocked shots per game as a senior at Notre Dame Prep…Guided the Crusaders to the title game of the National Prep Championships before a 90-74 loss to champion St. Thomas More Prep (Conn.)…Participated in the annual McDonald’s All-America Game held at Chicago’s United Center on March 30, 2011…Played for the West squad and led team in scoring (15 points), rebounding (10, including nine offensive) and blocked shots (six)…One of three Canadians who played in the McDonald’s All-American Game (Myck Kabongo-Texas and Kyle Wiltjer-Kentucky) and the first-ever player from Montreal, Quebec… Became the sixth Pitt signee in school history to earn McDonald’s All-America Team honors joining Charles Smith (1984), Jerome Lane (1985), Bobby Martin (1987), Brian Shorter (1987) and Dante Taylor (2009)…Scored 15

points with seven rebounds (five offensive) and five blocks in helping the East Team to a 113-109 win in the Jordan Brand All-Star Game, April 16, 2011 in Charlotte, N.C….Played the 2009-10 season at Winchendon Prep in Winchendon, Mass for head coach Mike Byrnes…Averaged 5.0 blocks per game as a sophomore at Winchendon Prep…Helped guide Winchendon to a No. 3 state ranking, 11-5 record and 7-2 league slate…Consensus top-10 recruit…Ranked the nation’s No. 11 recruit and No. 1 power forward by ESPNU…Ranked the nation’s No. 14 recruit by Scout.com…Rated the nation’s No. 17 recruit by MaxPreps… Rated the nation’s No. 25 recruit by 247Sports/Sports Illustrated…Led his team to the tournament title at the LeBron James Skills Academy in Akron, Ohio…Played AAU basketball on the Expressions Elite team for head coach Todd Quarles…Also has played for the Brookwood Elite.

CANADA BASKETBALL Played on the Canadian Junior National Team for head coach Greg Francis…Guided Canada to a bronze medal at the Under-18 Championships in San Antonio, Texas during the summer of 2010…Led the squad in both rebounding and blocks…With a 3-2 record, Canada qualified for the 2011 FIBA Under-19 World Championships in Latvia…Averaged 5.8 points, 7.8 rebounds and 4.2 blocks per game in the five-game FIBA event…Ranked fifth among all tournament players in rebounding (7.8) and second in blocked shots (4.2)… Scored four points, eight rebounds and blocked seven shots in the bronze medal 86-83 win over Argentina… Finished with seven points and seven rebounds in a semifinal loss to eventual team champion United States… Registered a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds in a pool play win over eventual second place finisher Brazil…Has an opportunity to compete for a roster spot on Canada’s 2012 Olympic team and World Championship Team.

PERSONAL Born Khem Birch on September 28, 1992…Son of Wendy Sparks… Became the highest ranked recruit to choose Pitt since Brian Shorter in 1987…First played basketball because

of his height, but now plays because “he loves the game”…Made an unofficial visit to Pitt on September 11, 2010…Both of his parents played basketball…Gave the visit to Pitt a “10” on a scale of 1 to 10, saying the fans were “great” because they knew every single player on the team during a pre-game autograph session… Committed to Pitt in September, 2010 and signed on November 17, 2010… Chose Pitt because of his relationship with Jamie Dixon and the fact that the program “can help him get to the next level”…Also said he “felt comfortable with the coaches and players at

Pitt”…Resided in both Ottawa and Montreal before transferring to the Winchendon School for the 2009-10 season…One of his career goals is to put “Canada basketball on the map”…First Canadian to play at Pitt since Vancouver native Levon Kendall (2003-07)...As a kid growing up in Pierrefonds, Quebec, preferred football over basketball, but once he grew tall, he decided that he would play basketball…Selected Pitt over North Carolina, Kentucky, Syracuse, Connecticut, Ohio State, St. John’s, West Virginia, Florida, Texas, Arizona and Providence.

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MALCOLM GILBERT 6-11 „ 235 „ Freshman „ Center Smyrna, Del. „ The Academy of the New Church (Pa.)

THE STORYLINE Malcolm Gilbert is described as a terrific defensive player and tremendous shot blocker who has the rare ability to change a game without scoring. Gilbert is a great low post defender with natural athletic ability and possesses the physical tools needed to play the game at the highest level. He is also improving on the offensive end as he has developed a hook and jump shot. A well-built center, Gilbert owns a huge wingspan, runs the court well, has solid touch around the basket and is aggressive

when blocking shots. He also is an exceptional student who considered Ivy League schools Harvard and Princeton.

HIGH SCHOOL A 2011 graduate of the Academy of the New Church Boys School in Bryn Athyn, Pa. where he played three years for head coach Kevin Givens…2011 McDonald’s All-American nominee… Helped lead the Lions to a 21-6 overall, 7-1 Friends School League record and No. 8 state ranking as a senior in 2010-11…Scored 171 points and

averaged 6.3 points, 4.0 blocks and 4.8 rebounds per game as a senior… Shot 46 percent (77-169) from the floor and reached double figure scoring six times and double figure rebounding two times on the year���Earned Friends School League honorable mention honors…Helped lead New Church to a 56-50 early season victory over No. 1 ranked Findlay Prep (Nevada)… Finished with 12 points and 13 rebounds in the Philadelphia Area Donofrio All-Star Classic…Scored 10 points with eight rebounds in the Capital Classic All-Star Game… Averaged 4.6 points and 5.4 rebounds as a junior…Helped lead New Church

to a 15-9 overall record and 6-2 league record in 2009-10…Averaged 8.0 points, 10.0 rebounds and 12.0 blocks per game as a sophomore…Under-17 star at the Rumble in the Bronx… Named the co-MVP of the AllAmerican All-Star Game in 2008 after he scored 17 points…Has played AAU basketball with Team Final, Albany City Rocks and East Coast Elite for coach Terrell Myers…Consensus national top20 center in the Class of 2011…Rated the nation’s No. 34 recruit by Sports Illustrated…Ranked the nation’s No. 56 player overall and No. 8 center by ESPN-U…Ranked the No. 17 center and No. 145 overall player by Rivals.com…Rated the nation’s No. 19 center and No. 83 overall player by Scout.com…Played in the Super Showcase.

PERSONAL Born Malcolm Gilbert on September 19, 1991…Son of Charles and Yarah Gilbert…Has a sister Milana who plays basketball at the University of Hartford…Has a brother Marcus… Native of Smyrna, Del. who previously attended St. Elizabeth H.S. in Wilmington, Del....Owns an 88-inch wingspan…Very good student (3.2 grade point average) who drew interest from several Ivy League schools including Harvard and Princeton… Chose Pitt because of the program’s ability to develop low post players and because of its “great program, great tradition, stellar academics and it “has what he needs to take the next step to achieve his goals”…Also said that Pitt was the “perfect fit” both academically and athletically…Plans to major in mathematics…Hobbies and interests include collecting model cars, swimming and fishing...Announced the signing of his National Letter of Intent with teammate and Syracuse signee Rakeem Christmas…Selected Pitt over Virginia, Ohio State, Wake Forest, Maryland, Virginia Tech, Georgetown, Saint Joseph’s and Clemson.

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DURAND JOHNSON 6-6 „ 190 „ Freshman „ Forward Baltimore, Md. „ Brewster Academy (N.H.) „ Lake Clifton H.S.

THE STORYLINE

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A combination forward, Durand Johnson (pronounced “Dur-ron”) has been described as a terrific shooter with NBA range who can make big shots and score at a high level. Johnson is as smooth a shooter as they come. He has a great shot fake, range on his jumper and quick trigger with the ability to pull off the catch or step back. Johnson has also added a dribble drive to his game, can get to the basket with ease and rebounds well for his position. He has great size and is an above the rim finisher. A quality player who is fun to watch and plays with toughness, Johnson is also one of the best defenders in his class because of his length, athleticism and competitiveness. His size, versatility and competitive nature are his strengths. Johnson makes things happen, is a threat to score every time he touches the ball, but also plays within the framework of his team.

HIGH SCHOOL Played the 2010-11 season at Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, N.H. for head coach Jason Smith…Helped guide Brewster to a 31-3 overall record, the No. 1 national ranking for the majority of the season and berth in the National Prep Championship Semifinal Game where it lost a 76-71 decision to Notre Dame Prep (Mass.)… Brewster won its first 24 consecutive games before losing its first contest… Guided the Bobcats to the NEPSAC Class 3A semifinals before dropping a 90-74 decision to St. Thomas More (Conn.)…Led Brewster to the New Hampton Invitational Tournament title with a 22-point performance in an 8072 win over New Hampton…Finished

with 17 points vs. Notre Dame Prep in the Brewster Invite…Led team with 18 points in National Prep Showcase vs. Princeton Day Academy…Competed in the 2011 Elite Showcase Basketball Classic in Washington, D.C….Played his senior season at Baltimore’s Lake Clifton High School for Head Coach Herman Harried…Averaged 15 points per game while leading the Class 3A Lakers to a 15-6 overall record and No. 10 state ranking…Graduated from Lake Clifton H.S….Transferred to Lake Clifton prior to his senior season… Played his sophomore and junior seasons at Parkville High School where he averaged 19.0 points per game as a junior…Played his freshman year at St. Frances H.S.…Competed for the AAU Team Cecil Kirk where he was coached by Anthony Lewis…Impressed at the AAU Nationals in Orlando, Fla., the HoopGroup Elite Camp in Reading, Pa. and West Virginia Jam Fest... Shined at the I-95 Challenge with 19 points…Earned All-Tourney Team honors at the Big Shots Invitational in King of Prussia, Pa.…Rated the nation’s No. 90 recruit by 247 Sports/ Sports Illustrated…Ranked the nation’s No. 115 player overall and No. 29 forward by Rivals.com…Ranked the nation’s No. 88 player nationally by Scout.com…Ranked the nation’s No. 39 forward by ESPN-U…Ranked the nation’s No. 147 player by NBE Basketball.

PERSONAL Born Durand Johnson on June 17, 1992…Son of Derrell and Tonia Johnson…Brother Derrell is a starting defensive end at East Carolina University…Nickname is “Pee-Wee”… Cousin of DePaul basketball player Cleveland Melvin...Devotes his hard work and success to his mother Tonia

and father Derrell because “they were always there for him since day one”... Committed to Pitt on August 16, 2010…Chose Pitt because the Panthers were a “perfect fit”, along with the “team, coaches and the fans” and the fact that the Panthers were “there from day one”…Said that Pitt “was a great place” and that “once you are a Panther, you are family forever”…Becomes the fourth Baltimore area player to play at Pitt over the last three years including

Jermaine Dixon, Chase Adams and Aron Nwankwo…Played at Brewster Academy with several other NCAA Division I basketball scholarship players including Naadir Thorpe (Kansas), Markus Kennedy (Villanova) and Jakarr Sampson (St. John’s)…Made an unofficial visit to Pitt on Oct. 23, 2009…Entertained more than 20 scholarship offers and chose Pitt over Florida State, Maryland, Louisville, Georgetown, St. John’s, Seton Hall, Marquette and Cincinnati.

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JOHN JOHNSON 6-1 „ 175 „ Freshman „ Guard

Philadelphia, Pa. „ Life Center Academy (N.J.) „ Girard College H.S.

THE STORYLINE

HIGH SCHOOL

John Johnson is a combination guard who is a streaky long-range shooter. He has great burst off the dribble, quickness and playmaking ability that makes him a good fit for Pitt. At the end of the game, he wants the ball. Offensively, Johnson can get to the basket and finish and has an effective jumper with range. He’s also a good defender, knows how to win and his heart has proved to be his biggest asset. When he steps on the floor, he’s going to bring it at 150 percent. He has that constant aggression from the way he looks to the way he plays. A quick guard who can beat his defender, he handles the ball, shoots well, and is an excellent finisher and facilitator who can drive to the basket and involve his teammates. Johnson is also a fearless competitor who plays with great passion and Pitt toughness.

A 2011 graduate of Life Center Academy in Burlington, N.J. where he played his senior season for head coach Wilson Arroyo…Four-year AllState selection, becoming just the second player from the Philadelphia area to earn four All-State honors in a high school career…In his four-year high school varsity career, scored a combined 2,314 points (19.6 ppg.) and compiled a 95-23 record…Named to the New Jersey All-State Prep team… Guided Life Center Academy to a 22-8 overall record, scored 544 points, averaged 18.8 points, 4.0 assists, 4.0 rebounds and 1.8 steals as a senior… Also shot 52.0 percent (204-396) from the floor, 38.8 percent (38-98) from 3point range and 79.8 percent (95-119) from the free throw line…LCA concluded the season ranked No. 10 in the state…Scored over 20 points 12

times on the year…Scored a seasonhigh 33 points, added eight rebounds and six assists against Harrisburg… Finished with 25 points and hit seven 3-pointers against Satellite Academy… Scored 25 points (11-13 FT) vs. National Christian Academy…Attended and played his first three high school seasons at Girard College High School in Philadelphia, Pa. for coaches Nasser Eggleston and Tyrone Morris…Threetime Pennsylvania Associated Press Class A First Team selection… Selected as the area’s small school player of the year by the Philadelphia Inquirerr in 2009-10…Averaged 22.2 points (578 points), 4.4 assists, 3.5 rebounds and 3.0 steals per game... Also hit 35 percent (52-150) of his 3point attempts and 76 percent (124164) of his free throws while leading Girard College to the PIAA Class A state quarterfinals and 22-8 record as a junior…Scored 30 or more points seven times and 20-plus points in 16 games…Junior season ended with a 65-54 loss to Reading Central Catholic in which he scored 25 points and hit six 3-pointers…Finished with 30 points vs. Marian Catholic…Scored 31 points (58 3FG) vs. Calvary Baptist…Finished with 30 points and a season-high 11 assists vs. Philadelphia Montgomery… Scored a season-high 38 points (13-23 FG) vs. Marple Newtown…Averaged 27.0 points and converted 54 percent of his 3-pointers over the season’s last six games…Guided the Cavaliers to their third consecutive PIAA Class A state title, 26-4 record and 12-0 league record as a sophomore in 200809…Named Third Team AllSoutheastern Pennsylvania in 200809…Averaged 21.3 points, 5.5 assists and 3.4 steals per game as a sophomore…Scored 30 points (11-18 FG) and finished with four assists and seven steals in leading the Cavaliers to a 80-70 win over Kennedy Catholic in the state final…Scored 37 points (1421 FG) including 28 in the first half, hit 5-10 3-pointers in an 86-51 state semifinal win over the Scotland School…Finished with a career-high 51 points, 10 steals and five assists despite not playing in the fourth quarter vs. Plumstead Christian…Registered 25 points and 10 assists vs. Westinghouse…Led Girard to a 25-3 overall and 17-1 Bicentennial League record as a freshman in 2007-08…

Guided Girard to its second straight District 1 Class A championship… Named to Class A state championship team after averaging over 20 points per game… Averaged 19.9 points per game, converted 211-396 field goals, 29-110 3-point attempts and finished with 71 steals as a freshman…Scored over 30 points in three straight games and scored over 20 points in 17 games as a freshman…Finished with 37 points (15-26 FG) vs. Plumstead Christian… Registered 30 points (10-17 FG) vs. Calvary Christian Academy…Scored 30 points (13-17 FG) vs. MAST Charter… Competed at the Reebok All-American Camp… Played AAU basketball for the Hunting Park Warriors…Rated the No. 1 freshman in Philadelphia in 2007 and the No. 1 guard prospect in the city by PhillyHoops.com…Ranked the nation’s No. 69 recruit by Bob Gibbons…Listed as the nation’s No. 127 recruit by Scout.com…Rated the nation’s No. 110 recruit by NBE Basketball.

PERSONAL Born John Johnson on December 9, 1991…Son of Arlene Johnson... Grandmother is Elizabeth Betty Johnson… Nickname is “Flipp”... Favorite NFL team is the Pittsburgh Steelers...Philadelphia native who follows in the footsteps of Pitt’s recent Philly area players Mike Cook, Brad Wanamaker and Nasir Robinson… Became the first Class of 2011 player to commit to Pitt, making the announcement prior to his junior season on September 16, 2009… Visited Pitt in August, 2009… Selected Pitt because he said they “treated him like he was already part of the team” and that he liked Pitt’s “family bond”…Also said he liked Pitt’s style of play and that it’s not too far away from home so his family can see him play…Mentioned the Petersen Events Center “looks more like an NBA arena” and was impressed with Pitt’s Cathedral of Learning…Considers Pitt his “home away from home”…Also considered offers from Saint Joseph’s, Notre Dame, St. John’s, Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech and Penn State…Also was hearing from Marquette, Providence, Louisville, Kansas, Clemson and UCLA.

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ARON NWANKWO 6-7 „ 205 „ Sophomore „ Forward Baltimore, Md. „ Baltimore City College H.S.

THE STORYLINE Aron Nwankwo (pronounced NahWONK-woah) begins his second season on the Pitt Basketball team as a walkon. A full academic scholarship recipient, Nwankwo plans to major in pre-Med. He will make an impact on the defensive end where he adds energy, size and rebounding.

2010-11 Named a Big East Academic All Star...Earned varsity letter after appearing in 10 games and 15 total minutes on year...Scored first career point on a free throw vs. Delaware State, 12/8.

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HIGH SCHOOL A 2010 graduate of Baltimore City College High School where he lettered in basketball for head coach Mike Daniel…Helped guide the No. 1 ranked Baltimore City Black Knights to backto-back Class 2A state titles...City College became the first city school to win back-to-back state titles since 2006…Earned the Baltimore Basketball Academy’s 2010 ScholarAthlete Award sponsored by State Farm…Selected to play in the Baltimore City vs. County Senior AllStar Game…Helped guide City High School to a 23-2 record, wins in each of its last 11 games and Class 2A state title in 2010 with a 56-45 win over Gwynn Park in the title game…Made a significant impact on the defensive end in the state title game played at the

Comcast Center…Advanced to the state title game with a 62-38 semifinal win over Easton H.S….Helped team claim its first-ever Class 2A state title as a junior with a 55-42 win over Douglas H.S. in 2009…City H.S. finished 21-6 during his junior season…Played on the Baltimore Stars AAU team, which traveled to Pittsburgh to play in the Pitt JamFest…Four-year Honor Roll student…Also played defender on the lacrosse team where he helped lead the Knights to a 37game league win streak, 10-1 overall and 9-0 Baltimore City record…His City H.S. lacrosse program won three straight city titles.

PERSONAL Born Aron Nwankwo on April 21, 1992…Son of Benjamin Nwankwo and Stephanie Phillips…Attending Pitt on full academic scholarship… Graduate of City H.S. with a perfect 4.0 grade point average…Played in the Pitt JamFest AAU tournament at the Petersen Events Center on April 24, 2010…Head Coach Jamie Dixon offered him a walk-on spot following the event…Follows in the footsteps of two other Pitt Baltimore area players: Jermaine Dixon and Chase Adams and is one of two Baltimore area players on this year’s roster (Durand Johnson)… Chose Pitt for its pre-Med program with the opportunity to play on its top college basketball program…Said it was a “dream come true” and that he would gain the “best of both worlds” while receiving an academic scholarship offer to Pitt…Also recruited by Johns Hopkins, Penn State, Elon and NJIT…Plans to major in pre-Med.

Sophomores Talib Zanna, Lamar Patterson and J.J. Moore will all play key roles for Pitt in 2011-12. Zanna started 13 and saw action in 27 games last year before a broken thumb sidelined him for the season’s final seven contests. A strong, physical athlete who combines skill and athleticism, Zanna will again see action at power forward. Patterson is a physical perimeter player who will contribute at either the small or power forward positions. He has played in 42 career games and provides a unique ability to see the floor. Moore is an athletically gifted and explosive wing who owns an impressive offensive game. Moore saw action in 23 games last year. All three players will make major contributions for the Panthers in 2011-12.

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ALBANY MBB Contact: Brian DePasquale Office Phone: (518) 442-3072 Cell Phone: (518) 331-3714 E-mail: bdepasquale@uamail.albany.edu Website: ualbanysports.com

LONG BEACH STATE STA TATE MBB Contact: Todd Miles Office Phone: (562) 985-7797 Cell Phone: N/A E-mail: tmiles@csulb.edu Website: longbeachstate.com

RUTGERS MBB Contact: Kevin Lorincz Office Phone: (732) 445-7812 Cell Phone: (732) 801-4067 E-mail: klorincz@scarletknights.com Website: scarletknights.com

VILLANOVA MBB Contact: Mike Sheridan Office Phone: (610) 519-4120 Cell Phone: N/A E-mail: michael.sheridan@villanova.edu Website: Villanova.com

CINCINNATI A MBB Contact: Andre Foushee Office Phone: (513) 556-5182 Cell Phone: (859) 797-7871 E-mail: foushee@ucmail.uc.edu Website: GoBearcats.com

MARQUETTE Q MBB Contact: Scott Keykendall Office Phone: (414) 288-4794 Cell Phone: (414) 807-3490 E-mail: scott.keykendall@marquette.edu Website: GoMarquette.com

ST. T FRANCIS (P ((PA.) PA.)) MBB Contact: Jeff Symonds Office Phone: (814) 472-3128 Cell Phone: (330) 242-2841 E-mail: jsymonds@francis.edu Website: sfuathletics.com

VIRGINIA MILITAR MILITARY T Y INSTITUTE MBB Contact: Wade Branner Office Phone: (540) 464-7515 Cell Phone: N/A E-mail: brannerwh@vmi.edu Website: vmikeydets.com

CONNECTICUT MBB Contact: Kyle Muncy Office Phone: (860) 486-3531 Cell Phone: (860) 208-8624 E-mail: kyle.muncy@unconn.edu Website: uconnhuskies.com

NOTRE DAME MBB Contact: Bernadette Cafarelli Office Phone: (574) 631-7516 Cell Phone: (574) 273-2390 E-mail: cafarelli.1@nd.edu Website: und.com

ST. JOHN’S MBB Contact: Mark Fratto Office Phone: (718) 990-6897 Cell Phone: (718) 698-0865 E-mail: frattom@stjohns.edu Website: redstormsports.com

WAGNER MBB Contact: Kevin Ross Office Phone: (718) 390-3215 Cell Phone: N/A E-mail: kevin.ross@wagner.edu Website: wagnerathletics.com

DEPAUL P MBB Contact: Greg Greenwell Office Phone: (773) 325-7548 Cell Phone: (773) 343-3722 E-mail: greenwe@depaul.edu Website: depaulbluedemons.com

OKLAHOMA STA STATE TATE MBB Contact: Mike Noteware Office Phone: (405) 744-7756 Cell Phone: (405) 612-4843 E-mail: mike.noteware@okstate.edu Website: okstate.com

SETON HALL MBB Contact: Matt Sweeney Office Phone: (973) 761-9493 Cell Phone: N/A E-mail: matthew.sweeney@shu.edu Website: SHUpirates.com

WEST VIRGINIA MBB Contact: Bryan Messerly Office Phone: (304) 293-2821 Cell Phone: N/A E-mail: bryan.messerly@mail.wvu.edu Website: msnsportsnet.com

DUQUESNE Q MBB Contact: Dave Saba Office Phone: (412) 396-5861 Cell Phone: (412) 225-5317 E-mail: saba@duq.edu Website: goduquesne.com

PENN MBB Contact: Mike Mahoney Office Phone: (215) 898-9232 Cell Phone: N/A E-mail: mahoneyw@upenn.edu Website: pennathletics.com

SOUTH CAROLINA STA STATE TATE MBB Contact: Bill Hamilton Office Phone: (803) 536-8759 Cell Phone: N/A E-mail: whamilton@scsu.edu Website: scsuathletics.com

BIG EAST CONFERENCE MBB Contact: John Paquette Office Phone: (401) 453-0660 Cell Phone: (401) 265-2244 E-mail: jpaquette@bigeast.org Website: bigeast.org

GEORGETOWN MBB Contact: Bill Shapland Office Phone: (202) 687-9280 Cell Phone: (202) 687-2475 E-mail: shaplanw@georgetown.com Website: guhoyas.com

PROVIDENCE MBB Contact: Arthur Parks Office Phone: (401) 865-2759 Cell Phone: (401) 378-7334 E-mail: aparks@providence.edu Website: friars.com

SOUTH FLORIDA MBB Contact: Ashley Walker Office Phone: (813) 974-4087 Cell Phone: TBA E-mail: ashleywalker@usf.edu Website: gousfbulls.com

HOOP GROUP MBB Contact: Rob Kennedy Office Phone: (732) 502-2255 Cell Phone: N/A E-mail: robk@hoopgroup.com Website: hoopgroup.com

LASALLE MBB Contact: Kevin Bonner Office Phone: (215) 951-1513 Cell Phone: (484) 880-3382 E-mail: bonner@lasalle.edu Website: goexplorers.com

RIDER MBB Contact: Bud Focht Office Phone: (609) 896-5138 Cell Phone: (215) 946-9203 E-mail: focht@rider.edu Website: gobroncs.com

SYRACUSE MBB Contact: Pete Moore Office Phone: (315) 443-2608 Cell Phone: (315) 952-5011 E-mail: pimoore@syr.edu Website: suathletics.com

MADISON SQUARE Q GARDEN MBB Contact: Josephine Traina Office Phone: (212) 465-6731 Cell Phone: N/A E-mail: josephine.traina@thegarden.com Website: thegarden.com

LOUISVILLE MBB Contact: Kenny Klein Office Phone: (502) 852-6581 Cell Phone: (502) 599-7865 E-mail: kenny.klein@louisville.edu Website: UofLSports.com

ROBERT MORRIS MBB Contact: Jim Duzyk Office Phone: (412) 397-4314 Cell Phone: (412) 498-8359 E-mail: duzyk@rmu.edu Website: rmucolonials.com

TENNESSEE MBB Contact: Tom Satkowiak Office Phone: (865) 974-1220 Cell Phone: (865) 696-2897 E-mail: tomsid@utk.edu Website: utsports.com

2011-12 OPPONENTS

2012 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP CHAMPIONSHIP INFORMATION GENERAL INFORMATION A Date: March 6-10, 2012. Location: New York, N.Y. Arena: Madison Square Garden (19,528) Commissioner: John Marinatto Year began: 1980 Total Years: 32 Pitt in BET:: 30th year in 201112. BIG EAST MEDIA INFORMATION A Media Coordinator: John Paquette, Chuck Sullivan Office Phone: (401) 453-0660 Fax: (401) 751-8540 Switchboard: (401) 272-9108 Scoreline: (212) 465-6536 Press Row B: (212) 631-5202 E-mail Address: jpaquette@bigeast.org Mailing Address: The BIG EAST Conference, 15 Park Row West West Providence, RI 02903 MADISON SQUARE Q GARDEN INFORMATION A Director, Sports Production: Josephine Traina Office Phone: (212) 465-6731 Fax: (212) 465-6022 Switchboard: (401) 272-9108 MSG Overnight Address: Madison Square Garden 8 Penn Plaza New York, N.Y. 10001 CREDENTIALS Media credentials are authorized and issued by the BIG EAST Conference office. Attending media members must submit a form provided by the BIG EAST Conference during the last several weeks of the regular season. Media members who miss the deadline must call John Paquette immediately. Credentials are not mailed, but are issued during Championship week at the headquarters hotel, the Grand Hyatt, and at the Madison Square Garden “Tower B.” Access Tower B through the Main Box Office Lobby of MSG (7th Avenue) and follow signs to the left to Tower B.

2012 BIG EAST MEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP FIRST ROUND T Tuesday y March 6

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FUTURE BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP DATES Y Year Date 2012 March 6-10 2013 March 12-16

2011-12 OPPONENTS

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2012 NCAA TOURNAMENT SITES FIRST FOUR SITE „ March 13 & 14: University of Dayton Arena, Dayton, Ohio (Dayton). SECOND-THIRD ROUND SITES „ March 15 & 17: Rose Garden, Portland, Ore. (Oregon); The Pitt, Albuquerque, N.M. (New

Mexico); Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh, Pa. (Duquesne); KFC Yum! Center, Louisville, Ky. (Louisville). „ March 16 & 18: Nationwide Arena, Columbus, Ohio (Ohio State); Century Link Center, Omaha, Neb. (Creighton); Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, Tenn. (Ohio

Valley Conf.); Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, N.C. (ACC). REGIONAL SITES „ March 22 & 24: East: TD Garden, Boston, Mass. (Boston College); West: U.S. Airways Center, Phoenix, Ariz. (Arizona State).

2012 NCAA TOURNAMENT HOST MEDIA CONTACTS Host Phone Number Arizona State ........... (480) 965-6592 Boston College ........ (617) 552-3004 Creighton ................. (402) 280-5544 Dayton ..................... (937) 229-4390 Duquesne ................ (412) 396-5861 Georgia Tech ........... (404) 894-5445

Host Phone Number Louisville .................. (502) 852-6581 New Mexico ............ (505) 925-5521 Ohio State ............... (614) 292-6861 Ohio Valley Conf. ..... (615) 371-1698 Oregon ..................... (541) 346-2251 St. Louis .................. (314) 977-3178 Tulane ...................... (504) 862-8240

„ March 23 & 25: Midwest: Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis, Mo. (St. Louis); South: Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia Tech). NCAA FINAL FOUR „ March 31 & April 2: Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, La. (Tulane).

FUTURE FINAL FOUR SITES AND HOSTS Year Y 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

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Arena,, Cityy Superdome, New Orleans, La. Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Ga. Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Ind. Reliant Stadium, Houston, Texas

Host Tulane Georgia Tech Big 12 Butler/Horizon L. Houston/Rice

Pitt enjoyed one of its most successful seasons in school history in 2010-11 as it captured its fourth Big East regular season title in the last 10 years, finished with a 28-6 overall record and earned its second all-time No. 1 seed upon entering the NCAA Tournament. Pitt celebrated its outright Big East regular season title with a banner raising ceremony following its win over Villanova. Big East Commissioner John Marinatto was on hand to present Panthers players and coaches with the championship trophy. Seniors Nick Rivers, Gilbert Brown, Gary McGhee and Brad Wanamaker were honored on Senior Day against Villanova on March 5, 2011. The senior class finished with a combined four-year 111-29 record and .793 winning percentage. Both rank as the second-best totals in school history. Teamwork remained the foundation for a Pitt program that saw a variety of players step into key leadership roles in 2010-11.

SEASON IN REVIEW

SEASON IN REVIEW Pitt wins Big East regular season title outright, finishes 28-6, earns No. 1 seed upon advancing to its 10th consecutive NCAA tournament appearance A tradition of excellence upheld. Lofty preseason expectations met. Remarkable team accomplishments attained. Noteworthy individual honors, awards, milestones and records set. With an always difficult journey through the Big East grind, superlative achievement and consistency characterized the 2010-11 Pitt Basketball season. Pitt was picked to finish first by Big East coaches in the league’s annual preseason coaches’ poll and entered the season with a consensus top-10 national ranking. Pitt met or exceeded those lofty expectations by capturing the Big East regular season title outright, compiling a 15-3 Big East record which tied a school-best regular season mark and registering 28 victories on the season, tied for the fifth most

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Category g y Rank AVG Scoringg Offense .............. 49 .. 73.9 Scoringg Defense ............. 21 .. 61.0 Scoringg Margin g .................. 7 .. 13.0 Field Goal Pct. ................ 15 .. 47.5 FG Pct. Defense .............. 20 .. 39.7 Three-Point FG PG ........ 190 .... 5.9 Three-Point FG Pct. ........ 12 .. 39.5 Free Throw Pct. ............ 234 .. 67.1 Rebound Margin g ................ 2 .. 10.8 Assists Per Game .............. 3 .. 17.5 Blocked Shots PG ......... 181 .... 3.3 Steals Per Game ........... 315 .... 4.7 Won-Loss Pct. ................... 8 .. 82.4 Turnovers Per Game ........ 36 .. 11.7 Personal Fouls PG ......... 103 .. 17.9

wins in school history. The Panthers also surpassed 20 overall wins and 10 Big East victories for a school-record 10th straight season and earned the school’s second No. 1 seed upon advancing to its 10th straight NCAA Tournament. Individually, senior Brad Wanamaker raised his game to the next level. As a team leader, he served as the Panthers’ primary playmaker, as he led the team in assists (5.1 apg) and ranked second in both scoring (11.7 ppg) and rebounding (5.2 rpg). He earned the Big East Sportsmanship Award and was an All-Big East Second Team honoree. Wanamaker surpassed the 1,000 point mark for his career and was one of two players in school history to surpass 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 400 assists in a career. Athletic senior Gilbert Brown emerged into the team’s third leading scorer at 11.3 ppg. Brown reached double figure scoring 20 times and became the 41st player in school history to score over 1,000 career points. Ever improving senior Gary McGhee concluded his career as one of the best defensive centers in school history. He led the Panthers in both rebounding (7.7 rpg) and blocked shots (44). McGhee also ranks sixth all-time at Pitt with 114 blocks. Junior Ashton Gibbs was again Pitt’s most effective offensive threat in 201011. He earned All-Big East First Team honors, led Pitt in scoring (16.8 ppg) for a second straight season, scored 20-plus points 12 times and reached double figures in 26 of 31 contests. His 3-point FG pct. (49.0) ranked third Brad Wanamaker became just the second player in school history to surpass 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 400 assists in a career.

2010-11 HONORS AND AWARDS ALL-AMERICA Sportingg News National Coach of the Year: Jamie Dixon Jim Phelan National Coach of the Year Finalist: Jamie Dixon Wooden Award Finalist Ashton Gibbs Brad Wanamaker Naismith Award Finalist Brad Wanamaker AP All-America honorable mention Ashton Gibbs Brad Wanamaker CollegeInsider.com g National AllDefensive Team Brad Wanamaker ALL-REGION USWBA All-District 2 Ashton Gibbs ((1st Team)) Brad Wanamaker (2 nd Team) NABC All-District 3 Ashton Gibbs (1st Team)

Brad Wanamaker (2 nd Team) ALL-CONFERENCE Bigg East Sportsmanship p Award Brad Wanamaker All-Bigg East First Team: Ashton Gibbs Second Team: Brad Wanamaker Bigg East Statistical Champions p 3-point FG Percentage: Ashton Gibbs ((49.0%)) 3-point FG Made pper ggame: Ashton Gibbs (3.29) Bigg East Player y of the Week Ashton Gibbs ((Nov. 22,, 2010)) Gilbert Brown (Dec. 20, 2010) Preseason All-Bigg East Ashton Gibbs (1st Team) NetScouts.com All-Bigg East Team Ashton Gibbs ((1st Team)) Brad Wanamaker (1st Team) Bigg East Academic All-Stars Aron Nwankwo,, Nick Rivers, Cameron Wright

SPECIALTY L AW AWARDS A WARDS 2K Sports/Coaches p vs. Cancer AllTournament Ashton Gibbs (MVP) ( ) Travon Woodall (all-tournament) TEAM AWARDS Most Valuable Player: y Brad Wanamaker and Ashton Gibbs Most Improved p Player: y Lamar Patterson and Talib Zanna Best Defensive Player: Nasir Robinson Captains Award: Gilbert Brown, Garyy McGhee and Brad Wanamaker Team Free Throw Leader: Ashton Gibbs ((88.9 %)) Team Reboundingg Leader: Gary McGhee (7.7 ( rpg.) pg ) Most Inspirational p Player: y Nick Rivers and Trayy Woodall Coaches Award: J.J. Moore Academic Excellence Award: Cameron Wright g Jaron Brown Pursuit of Excellence Award: Dante Taylor

nationally and led the Big East. He also ranked second among Big East leaders in free throw pct. (88.9) and set the school record for 3-point field goals made in a season (102). Junior Nasir Robinson emerged into an extremely tough and effective starting power forward for the Panthers. He averaged 9.4 ppg, grabbed 4.9 rpg and finished second in the league with a 54.8 FG pct. Redshirt sophomore Travon Woodall again provided top playmaking depth at guard. He ranked second on the team in assists and second in the Big East with a 2.34 assist:turnover ratio. Sophomore Dante Taylor provided valuable depth at center and shot a superb 61.6 percent from the floor. Redshirt freshman Talib Zanna made key contributions before suffering a broken right thumb. Freshman J.J. Moore showcased his elite athleticism and offensive prowess and redshirt freshman Lamar Patterson displayed a

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SCHOOL RECORDS SET/MILESTONE ACHIEVEMENTS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS NCAA Records Set „ Most career wins after eight g seasons, Jamie Dixon ((216).) „ Fastest to 200 career wins-by season, Jamie Dixon (8). School Records Set p field ggoals made„ 3-point season, Ashton Gibbs ((102).) „ 3-point p field goals g made-junior j season,, Ashton Gibbs ((102).) „ 3-point field goals g made-NCAA TTournament game, g , Ashton Gibbs ((6 vs. UNC-Asheville, March 17,, 2011).) „ Blocked shots-game, g , Garyy McGhee (7 vs. Duquesne, 12/1/ 10). ) „ 3-point p field ggoals made-Bigg East season, Ashton Gibbs (49). TEAM RECORDS „ Most consecutive winning seasons (11). ( ) „ Most consecutive NCAA TTournament aappearances ppearances (10).

variety of skills while contributing at both forward positions. Here are a few of the season’s most memorable moments and highlights: „ Pitt captured the 2K Sports Classic benefitting Coaches vs. Cancer after defeating Texas and Maryland at Madison Square Garden. Ashton Gibbs was named tournament MVP while Travon Woodall earned Alltournament honors. Gibbs scored 19 of his 24 points in the second half to help the Panthers defeat Texas 6866. In the semifinals, Talib Zanna’s

„ Most Bigg East regular season wins (15). ( ) „ Best Bigg East regular g season record and winning percentage ( (15-3, .833).) „ Rebound margin-season g (10.7) ( rebound average„ Opponent pp season (29.2). ( ) „ Assist:turnover ratio (1.49). ( ) „ Fewest turnovers committed per (11.7). p game g ( ) „ Best start to Bigg East regular g season play-season (7-0). p y ( ) „ Largest g Bigg East road win (30 ( points at DePaul, 80-50, Jan. p 22, 2011).) halftime lead-Big East „ Largest g road game (17 at g ( points p Georgetown, 41-24, Jan. 12, g 2011). ) „ Most offensive rebounds-game g (32, ( North Florida, Nov. 13, 2010). ) (59, „ Most rebounds-game g ( North Florida, Nov. Nov. 13, 2010). on-campus „ Largest g p crowd (12,925, Syracuse, Jan. 17, ( 2011).

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14 points and 12 rebounds led Pitt to a 79-70 win over Maryland. The first basketball game was played at Consol Energy Center on December 1, 2010 as Pitt defeated city rival Duquesne 80-66. Pitt’s first-ever “Gold-out” took place on December 27, during a 7863 home victory against eventual national champion and No. 4 ranked Connecticut. All fans were provided gold tee-shirts upon arrival at the Petersen Events Center. The Panthers built their largest ever halftime road lead in a Big East game (17 points), en route to a 7257 win over No. 22 Georgetown in Washington, DC. Legendary coach and ESPN analyst Bob Knight stated that Pitt’s first half performance marked the “best” half of basketball that he had seen a team play up to that point in the season. Pitt improved to 9-0 at the Peterson Events Center versus top-5 opponents with a 74-66 win over No. 3 Syracuse on January 17. The Panthers scored the game’s first 19 points, Syracuse answered by scoring the next 17. Pitt set a school on-campus attendance record with a standing-room crowd of 12,925. Philadelphia native Brad Wanamaker led Pitt with 21 points in a 57-54 win at No. 10 Villanova, before an ESPN College Game Day national television audience on February 12. Pitt also became the first team to defeat Villanova at The Pavilion since 2007, ending the Wildcats’ 46-game winning streak. On March 5, Pitt defeated Villanova 60-50 to capture the Big East regular season title outright. The Panthers raised their fourth Big East regular season championship banner in the last 10 years. Big East Commissioner John Marinatto was on-hand to present the trophy to the team. Pitt’s title became more significant two weeks later when an NCAA record 11 Big East teams received bids to compete in the NCAA Tournament.

2010-11 PITT BASKETBALL ACCOMPLISHMENTS „ Captured its sixth all-time Big East regular season title, winning the championship outright with a 15-3 record. Pitt has either won or tied for the Big East regular season title in 1986-87, 1987-88, 2001-02, 200203, 2003-04 and 2010-11. „ Pitt’s Big East regular season title marked its sixth Big East Championship in the last 10 years. Pitt and Connecticut have won a league-leading six Big East titles over the last 10 years. „ Earned the program’s second all-time No. 1 seed upon entering NCAA Tournament play. „ Advanced to the NCAA Tournament T for a school record 10th consecutive season and 23rd time in school history. The 10 consecutive appearances rank as the most in the Big East Conference during that span. Villanova ranks second with seven straight NCAA Tournament appearances. „ Became one of only seven schools to advance to the NCAA Tournament T in each of the past 10 seasons (2001-11). The seven schools include Duke, Gonzaga, Kansas, Michigan State, Pitt, Texas and Wisconsin. „ Compiled a 273-71 record and .794 winning percentage over the past 10 seasons (2001-11), which ranks among the nation’s top-five winning percentages during that span. The .794 winning percentage ranks No. 1 in the Big East during that period. „ Achieved a school record 10th straight 20-win season (28-6). It was Pitt’s 18th all-time 20-win season. Pitt’s 28 victories on the season tied for the fifth most wins in school history. „ Surpassed 20 wins overall and 10 wins in Big East regular season play for a school record 10th consecutive season. Pitt is the only Big East program to have surpassed 20 overall wins and 10 league victories in each of the past 10 seasons. Additionally, Pitt is one of only three schools nationally to advance to the NCAA Tournament and win at least 20 overall and 10 league games in each of the last 10 seasons. The three schools are Gonzaga, Kansas and Pitt. „ Finished the Big East regular season in first place with a 15-3 record. The 15 wins tied for the highest win total in league play since Pitt joined the Big East in 1982-83. Pitt’s combined two-year Big East record of 288 ranks tied for the third winningest two-year total in school history. „ Achieved a school record and 10th straight 10-win Big East regular season (15-3). Over the last 10 years, Pitt owns a 124-44 record and .738 winning percentage in Big East regular season games, which ranks first in the conference during that period. „ Jamie Dixon became the first coach in school history to guide Pitt to eight straight NCAA Tournament appearances (2004-11) and eight T straight 20-win overall and 10-win league seasons. Dixon has now guided Pitt to 25 or more wins in each of the last six seasons and averaged 27 overall wins and 12.3 league wins in eight years as coach. „ With his 216 career wins, Jamie Dixon set the NCAA Division I all-time coaching record for most wins after eight seasons as a head coach. The previous record was held by North Carolina State’s Everett Case (213 wins from 1947-54) and Kansas’ Roy Williams (213 wins from 1989-96). Dixon also tied an NCAA record for quickest to 200 wins in only eight years and ranked No. 13 among all-time NCAA Division I coaches in quickest to 200 victories (by games). „ Dixon concluded the 2010-11 season as the winningest coach in Big East history with a current .708 percentage in league games (109-45). „ Dixon (.783 career winning percentage) concluded his eighth season ranked as the third winningest active coach in NCAA Division I college basketball. Dixon currently trails North Carolina’s Roy Williams (.795) and Gonzaga’s Mark Few (.792). „ The Sporting News honored Dixon as its National Coach of the Year. „ Pitt is the only program nationwide to advance to the NCAA Tournament and win at least one game at each tourney in each of the last six seasons. Dixon is the only coach to achieve that honor in each of the last six seasons. „ Became one of only three schools nationwide to advance to the NCAA TTournament and win aatt least one game in the tourney in nine of the last 10 seasons. Those three schools include: Pitt, Duke and Wisconsin. No school has advanced to each of the last 10 NCAA Tournaments and won at least one game in each of the 10 tourneys. „ Junior Ashton Gibbs became just the ninth player in school history to earn All-Big East First Team honors. Brad Wanamaker won the Big East Sportsmanship Award and earned All-Big East Second Team honors. „ Completed the season with a 17-1 home record, which ranks tied for Pitt’s sixth best home winning percentage. Defeated two top-5 ranked teams at home and improved its record to 9-0 vs. top-5 ranked teams at the Petersen Events Center. „ Accumulated the best Big East road record in school history (7-2). „ Concluded its ninth year in the Petersen Events Center with a 149-12 alltime record and .925 winning percentage. The 149-12 record and .925 winning percentage ranks among the nation’s top-5 best marks since the arena opened in 2002 (Kansas-.948, Duke-.938, Wisconsin-.932, Gonzaga-.927, Pitt-.925). „ Sold out the Petersen Events Center for the ninth consecutive season and has enjoyed a string of 168 consecutive home sellouts dating back to a January 12, 2002 game against Notre Dame. „ Captured the 2K Sports/Coaches vs. Cancer Classic title at Madison Square Garden in November with wins over Maryland and Texas. Ashton Gibbs was named tournament MVP.

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2010-11 STATISTICS/RESULTS OVERALL GAMES (28-6) Record: Overall Home Awayy Neutral All Games ............................ 28-6 ........ 17-1 ......... 7-2 .......... 4-3 Big East Conference ........... 15-3 .......... 8-1 ......... 7-2 .......... 0-0 Non-Conference .................. 13-3 .......... 9-0 ......... 0-0 .......... 4-3 ## 12 22 05 35 52 01 11 44 42 21 55 14 15

Player y Ashton Gibbs Brad Wanamaker Gilbert Brown Nasir Robinson Gary McGhee Travon Woodall Dante Taylor J.J. Moore Talib Zanna Lamar Patterson J.J. Richardson Nick Rivers Aron Nwankwo TEAM................ Total.......... Opponents......

TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA T Pct Off Def Tot T Avg g PF .468 102 208 .490 80 90 .889 11 62 73 2.4 41 .448 16 49 .327 117 154 .760 46 131 177 5.2 72 .458 43 104 .413 86 109 .789 47 102 149 4.4 70 .548 0 2 .000 60 114 .526 59 92 151 4.9 78 .567 0 0 .000 48 99 .485 89 172 261 7.7 70 .364 24 82 .293 59 81 .728 8 69 77 2.3 85 .616 0 0 .000 29 52 .558 70 78 148 4.5 74 .443 8 26 .308 16 23 .696 14 15 29 1.3 13 .563 0 1 .000 20 42 .476 43 50 93 3.4 43 .341 8 36 .222 20 29 .690 35 29 64 2.0 35 .478 0 1 .000 4 10 .400 3 17 20 0.9 25 .222 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 0 1 1 0.1 1 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 1 2 3 0.3 1 58 54 112 3.3 2 34 6826 200.8 886 1866 .475 202 512 .395 540 805 .671 484 874 1358 39.9 610 34 6826 200.8 735 1850 .397 199 610 .326 404 598 .676 350 643 993 29.2 688

GP GS Min 31 30 1016 34 34 1033 34 34 951 31 21 748 34 34 781 34 4 734 33 0 497 23 0 183 27 13 319 32 0 401 23 0 123 12 0 23 10 0 15 34 34

Score byy Periods: Pitt Opponents

Avg g 32.8 30.4 28.0 24.1 23.0 21.6 15.1 8.0 11.8 12.5 5.3 1.9 1.5

1st 1152 929

FG FGA 170 363 133 297 127 277 115 210 93 164 67 184 69 112 31 70 40 71 28 82 11 23 2 9 0 4

2nd 1359 1138

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FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg g 0 86 51 0 13 522 16.8 1 174 77 12 49 399 11.7 1 92 61 9 15 383 11.3 0 39 52 3 14 290 9.4 1 10 23 44 9 234 6.9 2 117 50 2 26 217 6.4 1 11 16 22 4 167 5.1 0 10 12 0 7 86 3.7 0 5 17 9 7 100 3.7 0 42 24 5 14 84 2.6 0 2 2 5 1 26 1.1 0 6 1 0 1 5 0.4 0 1 1 0 0 1 0.1 10 0 6 595 397 111 160 2514 73.9 - 394 378 141 167 2073 61.0

Deadball Rebounds: Off. f Def. f T Total Pitt ........................................ 111 ............. 4 .......... 115 Opponents .............................. 81 ............. 7 ............ 88

2010-11 RESULTS Overall: 28-6 „ Home: 17-1 „ Away: 7-2 „ Neutral: 4-3 Date 11/08/10 11/10/10 11/13/10 11/18/10 11/19/10 11/23/10 11/27/10 12/01/10 12/04/10 12/08/10 12/11/10 12/18/10 12/22/10 12/27/10 01/04/11 01/08/11 01/12/11 01/15/11 01/17/11 01/22/11 01/24/11 01/29/11 02/05/11 02/07/11 02/12/11 02/16/11 02/19/11 02/24/11 02/27/11 03/02/11 03/05/11 03/10/11 03/17/11 03/19/11

Time 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 9:20 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:15 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 7:04 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Noon 9:00 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. Noon 3:10 p.m. 7:10 p.m.

Opponent pp ((TV)) +RHODE ISLAND (ESPN-U) +ILLINOIS-CHICAGO (ESPN3.com) NORTH FLORIDA (ESPN-R) vs. ^Maryland (ESPN2) vs. ^Texas (ESPN2) ROBERT MORRIS (ESPN-R) PENN (ESPN3.com) vs. &Duquesne (ESPN-U) RIDER (ESPN-R) DELAWARE STATE (ESPN3.com) vs. @Tennessee (ESPN) MD. EASTERN SHORE (ESPN-R) AMERICAN (ESPN3.com) *CONNECTICUT (ESPN2) at *Providence (ESPN-R) *MARQUETTE (ESPN-R) at *Georgetown (ESPN) *SETON HALL (ESPN-R) *SYRACUSE (ESPN) at *DePaul (ESPN-R) *NOTRE DAME (ESPN) at *Rutgers (ESPN2) *CINCINNATI (ESPN-R) at *West Virginia (ESPN) at *Villanova (ESPN) *USF (ESPN3.com) at *ST. JOHN’S (ESPN) *WEST VIRGINIA (ESPN) at *LOUISVILLE (CBS) at *USF (ESPN-U) *VILLANOVA (CBS) vs. #Connecticut (ESPN) vs. $UNC-Asheville (truTV) vs. $Butler (TNT)

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Score 83-75 97-54 95-49 79-70 68-66 74-53 82-58 80-66 87-68 70-42 76-83 97-64 61-46 78-63 83-79 89-81 72-57 74-53 74-66 80-50 51-56 65-62 71-59 71-66 57-54 67-55 59-60 71-58 59-62 66-50 60-50 74-76 74-51 70-71

Attend. 9256 9148 10052 12210 11723 10121 10594 12860 8719 8520 15166 9515 9489 12725 9181 11438 15712 9236 12925 8325 12591 8024 12615 14175 6500 12519 14514 12876 22758 4640 12843 19375 17578 18684

High g Points (24) Brad Wanamaker (24) Ashton Gibbs (19) J.J. Moore (14) Talib Zanna (24) Ashton Gibbs (20) Ashton Gibbs (12) Ashton Gibbs (22) Ashton Gibbs (16) Wanamaker/Gibbs (14) Dante Taylor (21) Brad Wanamaker (28) Gilbert Brown (19) Brad Wanamaker (21) Ashton Gibbs (19) Gilbert Brown (19) Ashton Gibbs (22) Ashton Gibbs (13) Gary McGhee (21) Nasir Robinson (17) Gilbert Brown (13) Gilbert Brown (24) Ashton Gibbs (25) Ashton Gibbs (15) Nasir Robinson (21) Brad Wanamaker (13) Robinson/Wanamaker (26) Ashton Gibbs (15) Nasir Robinson (20) Gilbert Brown (18) Nasir Robinson (18) Ashton Gibbs (27) Ashton Gibbs (26) Ashton Gibbs (24) Gilbert Brown

High g Rebounds (11) Talib Zanna (8) Taylor/McGhee (11) Dante Taylor (12) Talib Zanna (6) Zanna/Wanamaker (12) Gary McGhee (7) Gilbert Brown (13) Gary McGhee (10) Gary McGhee (10) Dante Taylor (7) Gary McGhee (10) Gary McGhee (7) Dante Taylor (11) Gary McGhee (9) Gary McGhee (7) Gilbert Brown (9) Gary McGhee (10) Gary McGhee (13) Gary McGhee (15) Gary McGhee (7) Gary McGhee (8) Gary McGhee (13) Gary McGhee (9) Brad Wanamaker (7) Nasir Robinson (10) Nasir Robinson (5) McGhee/Brown (7) Brad Wanamaker (12) Brad Wanamaker (10) Nasir Robinson (10) Gary McGhee (7) Dante Taylor (11) Gary McGhee (7) Wanamaker/McGhee

+2K Sports Classic/Coaches vs. Cancer, Pittsburgh, Pa.; ^2K Sports Classic/Coaches vs. Cancer, New York, N.Y., Madison Square Garden; &Played at Consol Energy Center, neutral site game; @SEC/Big East Invitational, Pittsburgh, Pa., Consol Energy Center; #Big East Championship, New York, N.Y., Madison Square Garden; $NCAA Tournament Second and Third Rounds, Washington, D.C., Verizon Center; *Conference game

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BIG EAST CONFERENCE GAMES (15-3) ## 12 22 05 35 52 01 11 21 44 42 55 14 15

Player y Ashton Gibbs Brad Wanamaker Gilbert Brown Nasir Robinson Gary McGhee Travon Woodall Dante Taylor Lamar Patterson J.J. Moore Talib Zanna J.J. Richardson Nick Rivers Aron Nwankwo TEAM................ Total.......... Opponents......

GP GS 15 14 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 4 17 0 16 0 10 0 14 0 11 0 4 0 3 0 18 18

Min 514 579 525 479 454 403 246 205 65 100 47 4 3

Avg g 34.3 32.2 29.2 26.6 25.2 22.4 14.5 12.8 6.5 7.1 4.3 1.0 1.0

FG FGA 76 172 68 161 62 137 72 134 59 95 34 96 22 42 14 30 6 21 11 23 2 5 0 2 0 1

18 3624 201.3 426 18 3624 201.3 376

Score byy Periods: Pitt Opponents

1st 568 476

2nd 676 599

919 971 OT 3 6

TOTAL 3-PTS Pct 3FG FGA Pct .442 49 101 .485 .422 7 24 .292 .453 22 54 .407 .537 0 2 .000 .621 0 0 .000 .354 13 46 .283 .524 0 0 .000 .467 4 10 .400 .286 2 8 .250 .478 0 0 .000 .400 0 1 .000 .000 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 .000 .464 .387

97 246 95 310

REBOUNDS FT FTA T Pct Off Def Tot T Avg g PF 43 46 .935 6 26 32 2.1 23 57 79 .722 22 74 96 5.3 46 49 61 .803 28 45 73 4.1 43 41 75 .547 38 50 88 4.9 45 29 55 .527 50 102 152 8.4 42 35 46 .761 4 42 46 2.6 50 14 25 .560 18 40 58 3.4 38 13 18 .722 12 20 32 2.0 15 11 15 .733 3 4 7 0.7 6 6 13 .462 12 13 25 1.8 14 0 0 .000 0 8 8 0.7 11 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 27 29 56 3.1 2 .394 298 433 .688 220 453 673 37.4 336 .306 234 341 .686 199 345 544 30.2 363

FO 0 1 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg g 33 25 0 3 244 16.3 87 41 6 25 200 11.1 44 34 4 8 195 10.8 26 36 3 11 185 10.3 7 13 28 4 147 8.2 52 31 2 10 116 6.4 5 7 9 2 58 3.4 23 9 2 9 45 2.8 0 5 0 3 25 2.5 2 9 2 4 28 2.0 0 1 2 0 4 0.4 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 7 0 6 279 218 58 79 1247 69.3 - 200 189 85 95 1081 60.1

Deadball Rebounds: Off. f Def. f T Total Pitt .......................................... 56 ............. 3 ............ 59 Opponents .............................. 47 ............. 7 ............ 54

2OT 3OT Total T – – 1247 – – 1081

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT GAMES (0-1) ## 12 22 35 05 01 11 52 55 21

Player y Ashton Gibbs Brad Wanamaker Nasir Robinson Gilbert Brown Travon Woodall Dante Taylor Gary McGhee J.J. Richardson Lamar Patterson TEAM................ Total.......... Opponents......

GP GS 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1

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Avg g 36.0 35.0 27.0 36.0 15.0 18.0 18.0 7.0 8.0

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TOTAL 3-PTS Pct 3FG FGA Pct .769 6 7 .857 .455 1 2 .500 .625 0 0 .000 .429 0 0 .000 .667 1 1 1.000 .400 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 .000 .000 0 1 .000 .551 .448

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REBOUNDS FT FTA T Pct Off Def Tot T Avg g 1 1 1.000 0 2 2 2.0 6 6 1.000 1 4 5 5.0 1 2 .500 1 2 3 3.0 3 3 1.000 1 2 3 3.0 0 0 .000 0 2 2 2.0 0 0 .000 4 3 7 7.0 1 2 .500 1 1 2 2.0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 1 1.0 12 14 .857 9 16 25 25.0 21 25 .840 17 15 32 32.0

Score byy Periods: 1st 2nd OT T Total Pitt ....................................... 41 ....... 33 ..... – .......... 74 Opponents ........................... 40 ....... 36 ..... – .......... 76

PF 1 2 4 2 1 3 4 2 0 0 19 14

FO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg g 4 2 0 2 27 27.0 4 2 1 0 17 17.0 2 2 0 0 11 11.0 2 3 0 0 9 9.0 0 1 0 0 5 5.0 0 0 1 0 4 4.0 0 0 0 0 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 1 1 1 0 0.0 0 0 12 11 3 3 74 74.0 7 6 2 8 76 76.0

Deadball Rebounds: Off. f Def. f T Total Pitt ............................................ 0 ............. 0 .............. 0 Opponents ................................ 3 ............. 0 .............. 3

NCAA TOURNAMENT GAMES (1-1) ## 12 05 35 22 52 01 11 21 15 44 14 55

Player y Ashton Gibbs Gilbert Brown Nasir Robinson Brad Wanamaker Gary McGhee Travon Woodall Dante Taylor Lamar Patterson Aron Nwankwo J.J. Moore Nick Rivers J.J. Richardson TEAM................ Total.......... Opponents......

GP GS 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 2

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Min 70 65 54 64 55 40 24 24 1 1 1 1

Avg g 35.0 32.5 27.0 32.0 27.5 20.0 12.0 12.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

400 200.0 400 200.0

FG FGA 14 23 10 19 11 17 4 12 5 10 3 11 3 5 1 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 51 41

105 107

TOTAL 3-PTS Pct 3FG FGA Pct .609 7 10 .700 .526 5 10 .500 .647 0 0 .000 .333 0 1 .000 .500 0 0 .000 .273 1 4 .250 .600 0 0 .000 .143 1 5 .200 .000 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 .000 .486 .383

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.467 .326

FT FTA T Pct Off 2 3 .667 0 8 9 .889 3 6 12 .500 3 6 6 1.000 1 3 7 .429 7 2 2 1.000 1 1 2 .500 4 0 0 .000 4 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 2 .000 1 5 28 43 .651 29 25 33 .758 14

REBOUNDS Def Tot T Avg g 7 7 3.5 10 13 6.5 2 5 2.5 8 9 4.5 11 18 9.0 5 6 3.0 4 8 4.0 3 7 3.5 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 1 2 2.0 3 8 4.0 54 83 41.5 35 49 24.5

PF 1 6 5 5 5 2 6 4 0 0 0 0 0 34 39

FO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg g 5 2 0 2 37 18.5 5 4 1 0 33 16.5 2 2 0 0 28 14.0 10 5 0 1 14 7.0 2 2 0 0 13 6.5 10 2 0 2 9 4.5 0 2 0 0 7 3.5 5 3 0 1 3 1.5 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 39 24 1 6 144 72.0 21 16 8 9 122 61.0

Deadball Rebounds: Off. f Def. f T Total Pitt .......................................... 11 ............. 0 ............ 11 Opponents .............................. 10 ............. 1 ............ 11

Score byy Periods: 1st 2nd OT T Total Pitt ....................................... 67 ....... 90 ..... – ........ 157 Opponents ........................... 61 ....... 76 ..... – ........ 137

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY OVERALL ATTENDANCE Attendance Games Home ........................... 18 Away .............................. 9 Neutral ........................... 7 Total ............................. 34

TTotals Avg/Game g ......... 195182 ............ 10843 ......... 103829 ............ 11537 ......... 107596 ............ 15371 ......... 406607 ............ 11959

CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE Attendance Games T Totals Avg/Game g Home ............................. 9 ......... 109768 ............ 12196 Away .............................. 9 ......... 103829 ............ 11537 Neutral ........................... 0 ................... 0 .................... 0 Total ............................. 18 ......... 213597 ............ 11867

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2010-11 HIGHS & LOWS PITT TEAM HIGHS & LOWS Points: Field Goals Made: Field Goal Attempts: Field Goal Percentage: 3-Point FG Made: 3-Point FG Attempts: 3-Point FG Percentage: Free Throws Made: Free Throw Attempts: Free Throw Percentage: Rebounds: Assists: Steals: Blocked Shots: Turnovers:

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97 51 41 16 80 41 .600 .356 11 1 23 6 .727 .100 28 6 42 11 .885 .520 59 25 33 8 8 2 11 0 23 5 27 10

two times Notre Dame (01/24/11) Maryland Eastern Shore (12/18/10) at Rutgers (01/29/11) North Florida (11/13/10) Villanova (03-05-11) Marquette, 30-50 (01/08/11) at Rutgers, 16-45 (01/29/11) Illinois-Chicago (11/10/10) two times North Florida (11/13/10) at West Virginia (02/07/11) vs. Connecticut, 8-11 (03/10/11) at Villanova, 1-10 (02/12/11) at Rutgers (01/29/11) Maryland Eastern Shore (12/18/10) vs. Tennessee (12-11-10) Maryland Eastern Shore (12/18/10) Villanova, 23-26 (03-05-11) American, 13-25 (12/22/10) North Florida (11/13/10) vs. Connecticut (03/10/11) Maryland Eastern Shore (12/18/10) two times six times five times vs. Duquesne (12/01/10) vs. Butler (03/19/11) at Providence (01/04/11) two times at St. John’s (02/19/11) North Florida (11/13/10)

OPPONENT HIGHS & LOWS Points: Field Goals Made Field Goal Attempts: Field Goal Percentage: 3-Point FG Made: 3-Point FG Attempts: 3-Point FG Percentage: Free Throws Made: Free Throw Attempts: Free Throw Percentage: Rebounds: Assists: Steals: Blocked Shots: Turnovers: Fouls:

PITT INDIVIDUAL HIGHS Points:

28 27 26 26 25 FG Made: 11 10 16 FG Attempts: 15 FG Pct: .875 .875 3FGM: 6 6 6 3FG Attempts: 10 10 3FG Pct. 1.000 FT Made: 10 9 FT Attempts: 14 13 FT Pct: 1.000 Rebounds: 15 13 13 13 Assists: 11 9 Steals: 5 4 Blocked Shots: 7 4 Turnovers: 7 6

Gilbert Brown vs. Maryland Eastern Shore (12/18/10) Ashton Gibbs vs. Connecticut (03/10/11) Ashton Gibbs vs. UNC-Asheville (03/17/11) Ashton Gibbs at St. John’s (02/19/11) Ashton Gibbs vs. Cincinnati (02/05/11) Gilbert Brown vs. Maryland Eastern Shore (12/18/10) Ashton Gibbs vs. Connecticut (03/10/11) Ashton Gibbs vs. UNC-Asheville (03/17/11) four times Gilbert Brown, 7-8, at Providence (01/04/11) Brad Wanamaker, 7-8, vs. Illinois-Chicago (11/10/10) Ashton Gibbs vs. UNC-Asheville (03/17/11) Ashton Gibbs vs. Connecticut (03/10/11) Ashton Gibbs at St. John’s (02/19/11) Ashton Gibbs at Georgetown (01/12/11) Ashton Gibbs vs. Illinois-Chicago (11/10/10) Ashton Gibbs, 5-5, vs. Cincinnati (02/05/11) Brad Wanamaker vs. Rhode Island (01/08/10) Nasir Robinson at Villanova (02/12/11) Nasir Robinson at Villanova (02/12/11) Brad Wanamaker vs. Rhode Island (01/08/10) 11 times, 6-6 Gary McGhee at DePaul (01/22/11) Gary McGhee vs. Cincinnati (02/05/11) Gary McGhee vs. Syracuse (01/17/11) Gary McGhee vs. Duquesne (12/01/10) Brad Wanamaker vs. Rider (12/04/10) four times Brad Wanamaker vs. Tennessee (12/11/10) Brad Wanamaker vs. North Florida (01/13/10) Gary McGhee vs. Duquesne (12/01/10) Gary McGhee vs. Cincinnati (02/05/11) Brad Wanamaker vs. Duquesne (12/01/10) Ashton Gibbs vs. Maryland (11/18/10)

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83 42 29 14 69 39 .563 .309 14 1 32 7 .636 .111 23 3 32 4 1.000 .364 40 18 18 4 14 0 11 0 21 2 32 11

vs. Tennessee (12/11/10) Delaware State (12/08/10) at Providence (01/04/11) Delaware State (12/08/10) vs. Duquesne (12/01/10) Notre Dame (01/24/11) vs. Tennessee, 27-48 (12/11/10) two times Rhode Island (11/08/10) at South Florida (03/02/11) two times at St. John’s (02/19/11) vs. TTennessee, 7-11 (12/11/10) at South Florida, 1-9 (03/02/11) at St. John’s (02/19/11) two times at St. John’s (02/19/11) American (12/22/10) Delaware State, 8-8 (12/08/10) Robert Morris, 4-11 (11/23/10) Cincinnati (02/05/11) two times at Louisville (02/27/11) Villanova (03/05/11) at Providence (01/04/11) Illinois-Chicago (11/10/10) Seton Hall (01/15/11) twice North Florida (11/13/10) Marquette (01/08/11) vs. Tennessee (12/11/10) Seton Hall (01/15/11)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL HIGHS Points:

31 30 28 28 27 27 FG Made: 12 10 FG Attempts: 27 22 FG Pct: .875 .833 7 3FGM: 6 3FG Attempts: 12 12 1.000 3FG Pct. FT Made: 10 10 FT Attempts: 12 12 1.000 FT Pct: 1.000 Rebounds: 12 12 Assists: 10 10 Steals: 6 5 5 Blocked Shots: 6 4 Turnovers: 6 5

Kemba Walker vs. Connecticut (12/27/10) Shelvin Mack vs. Butler (03/19/11) Marshon Brooks at Providence (01/04/11) Jordan Hamilton vs. Texas (11/19/10) Maalik Wayns vs. Villanova (03/05/11) Scotty Hopson vs. Tennessee (12/11/10) Mike Ringgold vs. Rider (12/04/10) four times Kemba Walker vs. Connecticut (12/27/10) Kemba Walker vs. Connecticut (03/10/11) Miles Cartwright, 7-8, vs. Penn (11/27/10) Tyler Hines, 5-6, vs. Md.-Eastern Shore (12/18/10) Shelvin Mack vs. Butler (03/19/11) Maalik Wayns vs. Villanova (03/05/11) Shelvin Mack vs. Butler (03/19/11) Maalik Wayns vs. Villanova (03/05/11) Scotty Hopson, 3-3, vs. Tennessee (12/11/10) Dwight Hardy at St. John’s (02/19/11) Melvin Goins vs. Tennessee (12/11/10) Dwight Hardy at St. John’s (02/19/11) Melvin Goins vs. Tennessee (12/11/10) Casey Mitchell, 8-8 vs. West Virginia (02/24/11) two times, 6-6 Jarrid Famous at South Florida (03/02/11) Russel Johnson vs. Robert Morris (11/23/10) Vincent Council at Providence (01/04/11) Daniel West vs. Rhode Island (11/08/10) Vincent Council at Providence (01/04/11) Kemba Walker vs. Connecticut (12/27/10) T.J. McConnell vs. Duquesne (12/01/10) Herb Pope vs. Seton Hall (01/15/11) three times Daniel West vs. Rhode Island (11/08/10) six times

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POINTS-REBOUNDS-ASSISTS Opponent Rhode Island Ill.-Chicago North Florida vs. Maryland vs. Texas RobertMorris Penn vs. Duquesne Rider Delaware St. vs. Tennessee UMES American UConn at Providence Marquette at Gtown Seton Hall Syracuse at DePaul Notre Dame at Rutgers Cincinnati at WVU at Villanova USF at St. John’s WVU at Louisville at USF Villanova vs. UConn vs. UNC-Ash. vs. Butler

1 5 Travon Gilbert Date Woodall Brown 11/08/10 11/10/10 11/13/10 11/18/10 11/19/10 11/23/10 11/27/10 12/01/10 12/04/10 12/08/10 12/11/10 12/18/10 12/22/10 12/27/10 01/04/11 01/08/11 01/12/11 01/15/11 01/17/11 01/22/11 01/24/11 01/29/11 02/05/11 02/07/11 02/12/11 02/16/11 02/19/11 02/24/11 02/27/11 03/02/11 03/05/11 03/10/11 03/17/11 03/19/11

7-3-3 10-3-2 10-0-5 11-2-5 7-1-5 1-3-3 7-2-6 7-3-4 2-1-4 2-1-2 11-0-2 11-3-9 1-1-5 9-0-2 9-2-2 8-3-3 5-6-5 8-4-3 5-4-3 8-1-2 6-1-2 2-2-1 7-3-4 12-2-3 8-1-1 6-3-5 6-3-4 4-4-6 4-3-2 0-3-1 9-1-3 5-2-0 4-5-6 5-1-4

10-6-3 12-6-3 4-6-4 11-7-2 8-4-3 11-1-1 9-7-3 4-4-7 11-3-3 8-3-2 15-3-1 28-5-5 15-5-4 6-2-4 19-5-2 14-7-4 12-2-3 5-4-2 12-7-4 17-4-0 13-6-1 9-5-1 11-3-3 9-2-3 4-3-4 11-7-4 3-5-2 11-2-3 20-5-2 10-1-1 9-3-1 9-3-2 9-9-2 24-4-3

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12 Ashton Gibbs

14 Nick Rivers

2-3-1 9-8-0 7-11-1 8-4-0 4-3-1 6-6-0 11-4-0 9-6-0 12-5-0 14-10-1 3-5-1 4-3-1 9-7-0 3-3-0 7-3-1 5-5-0 3-2-0 7-5-2 2-2-0 6-3-0 2-2-0 2-3-0 DNP 5-6-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 5-4-1 2-5-0 2-4-0 0-4-1 4-5-0 4-7-0 7-5-0 0-3-0

22-4-3 24-0-7 12-4-6 13-7-2 24-4-2 20-1-3 12-0-2 22-5-0 16-0-3 9-1-2 15-2-3 15-2-7 10-2-4 21-1-7 9-2-4 19-2-5 22-2-2 8-4-1 11-2-1 13-3-3 9-1-2 24-4-0 25-1-2 DNP DNP DNP 26-3-1 9-2-1 14-1-0 16-2-3 18-2-1 27-2-4 26-2-1 11-5-4

DNP 0-0-1 3-1-3 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-1 0-0-0 DNP 2-0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP

15 21 22 35 Aron Lamar Brad Nasir Nwkwo Ptterson Wnmkr Robinson n DNP 0-0-0 0-0-1 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-1-0 1-2-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP

5-4-1 24-3-8 3-2-2 17-6-9 4-4-1 17-6-2 7-2-1 10-4-2 0-2-0 9-6-5 2-3-1 17-7-7 2-0-1 6-6-6 5-1-3 4-8-1 5-1-1 16-3-11 0-2-2 8-4-6 0-0-0 21-5-9 3-2-1 0-3-6 0-2-0 19-6-1 DNP 14-2-1 5-2-3 10-5-5 5-5-2 15-5-6 0-2-0 14-2-4 0-0-2 9-7-7 2-1-1 15-5-6 6-4-2 9-4-9 0-0-0 12-5-3 2-6-1 9-4-3 DNP 8-7-3 4-3-2 11-9-3 0-0-0 21-4-1 2-1-1 13-2-5 0-0-0 6-4-4 11-3-5 11-7-8 0-1-1 13-12-6 4-2-3 7-7-7 4-2-0 3-5-6 0-0-0 17-5-4 3-5-2 6-2-3 0-2-3 8-7-7

DNP DNP DNP 4-1-0 9-1-0 2-11-0 9-4-1 14-12-1 7-3-2 6-7-2 5-2-1 8-8-1 2-6-1 11-10-4 11-3-1 9-0-3 8-3-1 8-4-2 21-7-2 8-8-2 4-5-1 4-3-1 7-3-3 15-8-0 15-7-2 13-10-0 6-2-2 15-2-0 3-2-1 18-10-0 9-1-1 11-3-2 12-3-2 16-2-0

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9-11-0 2-5-0 13-9-0 14-12-0 2-6-0 2-2-1 6-5-0 3-1-0 6-5-0 2-2-0 4-3-0 7-5-2 2-2-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 2-3-0 0-3-0 10-4-1 2-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 3-3-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 11-2-1 0-2-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

DNP 9-3-2 19-8-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-1 11-5-0 0-0-0 5-1-1 10-2-3 0-1-0 5-2-0 0-0-0 3-1-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 6-2-0 DNP 8-2-0 DNP DNP 4-1-0 2-1-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP

4-6-0 9-8-0 2-5-0 1-4-0 5-3-0 11-12-0 3-0-0 12-13-1 7-10-0 4-5-0 2-7-0 10-10-0 3-6-0 11-11-1 13-9-0 12-6-1 8-9-0 13-10-0 4-13-1 5-15-0 5-7-0 13-8-1 6-13-0 13-6-1 6-5-0 9-7-1 7-5-0 6-4-0 3-9-0 9-5-1 4-10-0 1-2-0 7-11-2 6-7-0

0-0-0 2-1-1 4-2-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 6-0-0 DNP 0-0-1 6-1-0 DNP 4-4-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 DNP 0-1-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-2-0 0-0-0 2-2-0 0-0-0 2-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-2-0 DNP

2010-11 BIG EAST RESULTS 2010-11 BIG EAST FINAL STANDINGS PITT Notre Dame Louisville Syracuse St. John’s West Virginia Cincinnati Georgetown Connecticut Villanova Marquette Seton Hall Rutgers Providence USF DePaul

W-L 15-3 14-4 12-6 12-6 12-6 11-7 11-7 10-8 9-9 9-9 9-9 7-11 5-13 4-14 3-15 1-17

Conference Pct. H A .833 8-1 7-2 .778 9-0 4-4 .667 9-0 3-6 .667 6-3 6-3 .667 7-2 5-4 .611 7-2 4-5 .611 6-3 5-4 .556 5-4 5-4 .500 5-4 4-5 .500 6-4 4-5 .500 6-3 3-6 .389 4-5 3-6 .278 3-5 2-7 .222 4-5 0-9 .167 2-7 1-8 .056 0-9 1-8

W-L 28-6 27-7 25-10 27-8 21-12 21-12 26-9 21-11 32-9 21-12 22-15 13-18 15-17 15-17 10-23 7-24

Overall Pct. H .824 17-1 .794 17-0 .714 19-2 .788 16-3 .636 12-3 .636 12-2 .743 15-3 .656 10-4 .780 13-4 .636 13-4 .594 14-4 .419 8-7 .469 10-6 .469 13-5 .303 7-9 .226 6-11

A N Streak 7-2 4-3 Lost 1 5-4 5-3 Lost 1 4-6 2-2 Lost 2 6-3 5-2 Lost 1 5-7 4-2 Lost 2 5-6 4-4 Lost 1 8-4 3-2 Lost 1 7-5 4-0 Lost 5 5-5 14-0 Won 11 7-5 1-3 Lost 6 4-7 4-4 Lost 1 4-7 1-4 Lost 1 3-8 2-3 Lost 1 0-10 1-2 Lost 1 1-12 2-2 Lost 1 1-9 0-4 Lost 6

2011 NCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS March 17 „ NCAA Second Round No. 5 West Virginia g 84,, No. 12 Clemson 76 No. 13 Morehead St. 62,, No. 4 Louisville 61 No. 1 Pitt 74,, No. 16 UNC-Asheville 51 No. 11 Gonzaga g 86,, No. 6 St. John’s 71 No. 3 Connecticut 81,, No. 14 Bucknell 52 No. 6 Cincinnati 78, No. 11 Missouri 63 March 18 „ NCAA Second Round No. 2 Notre Dame 69,, No. 14 Akron 56 No. 11 VCU 74,, No. 6 Georgetown g 56 No. 8 George g Mason 61,, No. 9 villanova 57 No. 11 Marquette q 66,, No. 6 Xavier 55 No. 3 Syracuse 77, No. 14 Indiana State 60 March 19 „ NCAA Third Round No. 4 Kentuckyy 71,, No. 5 West Virginia 63 No. 8 Butler 71, No. 1 Pitt 70

No. 3 Connecticut 69, No. 6 Cincinnati 58 March 20 „ NCAA Third Round No. 11 Marquette 66,, No. 3 Syracuse 62 q y No. 10 Florida State 71, No. 2 Notre Dame 57 March 24 „ NCAA Regionals g No. 3 Connecticut 74,, No. 2 San Diego g St. 67 No. 2 North Carolina 81, No. 11 Marquette 63 March 26 „ NCAA Regional g Finals No. 3 Connecticut 65, No. 5 Arizona 63 April p 2 „ Final Four No. 3 Connecticut 56, No. 4 Kentucky 55 p 4 „ Final Four April No. 3 Connecticut 53, No. 8 Butler 41

2010-11 ALL-BIG EAST SELECTIONS POSTSEASON AWARD WINNERS Player of the Year: Ben Hansbrough, Notre Dame Coach of the Year: Mike Brey, Notre Dame Rookie of the Year: Cleveland Melvin, DePaul Defensive Player of the Year: Rick Jackson, Syracuse Most Improved Player: Dwight Hardy, St. John’s

Sportsmanship Award: Brad Wanamaker, Pitt Sixth Man Award: Justin Burrell, St. John’s Big East Scholar-Athlete Award: Tim Abromaitis, Notre Dame

All-BIG EAST Second Team T Preston Knowles, Louisville; Darius Johnson-Odom, Marquette; Brad Wanamaker, Pitt; Rick Jackson, Syracuse; Corey Fisher, Villanova

BIG EAST Honorable Mention Peyton Siva, Louisville; Jimmy Butler, Marquette; Scoop Jardine, Syracuse; Kevin Jones, West Virginia

All-BIG EAST First Team T Kemba Walker, Connecticut; Austin Freeman, Georgetown; *Ben Hansbrough, Notre Dame; Ashton Gibbs, Pitt; Marshon Brooks, Providence; Dwight Hardy, St. John’s

All-BIG EAST Third Team T Chris Wright, Georgetown; Tim Abromaitis, Notre Dame; Jeremy Hazell, Seton Hall; Kris Joseph, Syracuse; Corey Stokes, Villanova

BIG EAST All-Rookie Team T Sean Kilpatrick, Cincinnati; Jeremy Lamb, Connecticut; Shabazz Napier, Connecticut; *Cleveland Melvin, DePaul; Brandon Young, DePaul; Gilvydas Biruta, Rutgers *denotes unanimous selection

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FINAL BIG EAST STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS SCORING Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP Points PPG 1. Marshon Brooks,, PC ........ 32 ........ 788 ... 24.6 6. Ashton Gibbs,, Pitt ......... 31 ........ 522 ... 16.8 30. Brad Wanamaker, Pitt .. 34 ........ 399 ... 11.7 REBOUNDING Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP Reb. RPG 1. Rick Jackson,, SU ............ 35 ........ 360 ... 10.3 4. Gary McGhee, Pitt .......... 34 ........ 261 .... 7.7 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP FG-A Pct. 1. Rick Jackson,, SU ............ 35 . 193-328 ... .588 2. Nasir Robinson, Pitt ....... 31 . 115-210 ... .548

STEALS Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP T Total SPG 1. Duke Mondy, y, PC ............... 28 ......... 59 ... 2.11 15. Brad Wanamaker, Pitt .. 34 ......... 49 ... 1.44

SCORING MARGIN Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP Off:Def Mar.r 1. Pitt ......................... 34 ..... 73.9:61.0 ... +13.0 2. Louisville ................. 35 ..... 74.9:64.5 ... +10.4

REBOUNDING MARGIN Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP Reb. Mar.r 1. Pitt ......................... 34 .... 1359-992 ... +10.8 2. Villanova .................. 33 .. 1223-1076 ..... +4.5

BLOCKED SHOTS Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP T Total BPG 1. Rick Jackson,, SU ............ 35 ......... 86 ... 2.46 12. Gary McGhee, Pitt ........ 34 ......... 44 ... 1.29

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Player Player, y r,,Team TTeam GP FGM-A Pct. 1. Georgetown g ............... ........... 32 .... 809-1703 ...... .475 2. Pitt ......................... 34 .... 886-1866 ...... .475

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP T Total RPG 1. Providence .............. 32 ............. 464 .... 14.50 2. Pitt ......................... 34 ............. 484 .... 14.24

ASSIST:TURNOVER RATIO Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP A:TO Ratio 1. Eric Atkins,, ND ................. 34 ... 110:43 ... 2.56 2. Travon Woodall,, Pitt ....... 34 ... 117:50 ... 2.34 3. Brad Wanamaker, Pitt .... 34 ... 174:77 ... 2.26

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP FGM-A Pct. 1. Connecticut .............. 41 .... 973-2478 ...... .393 4. Pitt ......................... 34 .... 735-1850 ...... .397

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP T Total RPG 1. Notre Dame .............. 34 ............. 890 .... 26.18 3. Pitt ......................... 34 ............. 875 .... 25.74

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP 3FGM-A Pct. 1. Pitt ......................... 34 ...... 202-512 ...... .395 2. Notre Dame .............. 34 ...... 273-708 ...... .386

ASSISTS Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP T Total APG 1. Pitt ......................... 34 ............. 595 .... 17.50 2. Louisville ................. 35 ............. 608 .... 17.37

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP 3FGM-A Pct. 1. West Virginia g ............ 33 ...... 172-592 ...... .291 7. Pitt ......................... 34 ...... 199-610 ...... .326

BLOCKED SHOTS Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP T Total BPG 1. Syracuse y ................. 35 ............. 231 ...... 6.60 15. Pitt ........................ 34 ............. 111 ...... 3.26

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP FTM-A Pct. 1. Connecticut .............. 41 ...... 627-822 ...... .763 12. Pitt ........................ 34 ...... 540-805 ...... .671

STEALS Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP T Total SPG 1. Louisville ................. 35 ............. 327 ...... 9.34 14. Pitt ........................ 34 ............. 160 ...... 4.71

REBOUNDING OFFENSE Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP Reb,, RPG 1. Pitt ......................... 34 ........... 1359 ...... 40.0 2. Connecticut .............. 41 ........... 1626 ...... 39.7

TURNOVER MARGIN Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP TM-Opp. pp Mar.r 1. St. John’s ................ 33 ...... 408-530 ... +3.70 14. Pitt ........................ 34 ...... 397-378 .... -0.56

REBOUNDING DEFENSE Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP Reb,, RPG 1. Pitt ......................... 34 ............. 992 ...... 29.2 2. Cincinnati ................ 35 ........... 1088 ...... 31.1

ASSIST:TURNOVER RATIO Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP T Total Ratio 1. Notre Dame .............. 34 ...... 563-364 ...... 1.55 2. Pitt ......................... 34 ...... 595-397 ...... 1.50

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP T Total RPG 1. Alex Oriakhi,, UConn ......... 41 ........ 152 ... 3.71 7. Gary McGhee, Pitt .......... 34 ......... 89 ... 2.62

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Player Player, y r,,Team TTeam GP 3FG-A Pct. 1. Ashton Gibbs,, Pitt ......... 31 . 102-208 ... .490 7. Gilbert Brown, Pitt ......... 34 ... 43-104 ... .413

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP T Total RPG 1. Rick Jackson,, SU ............ 35 ........ 240 ... 6.86 3. Gary McGhee, Pitt .......... 34 ........ 172 ... 5.06

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Player Player, y r,,Team TTeam GP 3FGM 3FG 1. Ashton Gibbs,, Pitt ......... 31 ........ 102 ... 3.29 2. Corey Stokes, VU ............. 29 ......... 89 ... 3.07

TEAM STATISTICS

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP FTM-A Pct. 1. Coreyy Stokes,, VU ............. 29 .... 84-94 ... .894 2. Ashton Gibbs,, Pitt ......... 31 .... 80-90 ... .889 11. Gilbert Brown, Pitt ....... 34 ... 86-109 ... .789

SCORING OFFENSE Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP Points PPG 1. Providence .............. 32 ........... 2426 ...... 75.8 5. Pitt ......................... 34 ........... 2514 ...... 73.9

ASSISTS Player Player, y r,,Team TTeam GP T Total APG 1. Vincent Council,, PC .......... 32 ........ 189 ... 5.91 5. Brad Wanamaker, Pitt .... 34 ........ 174 ... 5.12

SCORING DEFENSE Player, Player y r,,Team TTeam GP Points PPG 1. Cincinnati ................ 35 ........... 2086 ...... 59.6 2. Pitt ......................... 34 ........... 2073 ...... 61.0

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No. 5 PITT 97, ILLINOIS-CHICAGO 54

November 8, 2010 „ Petersen Events Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

November 10, 2010 „ Petersen Events Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

Pitt erased an eight-point deficit late in the first half with a 9-0 run over the half’s final 1:21 to take a 37-36 halftime lead...Pitt used two Brad Wanamaker layups, an Ashton Gibbs 3-pointer and Lamar Patterson dunk in its 9-0 rally...Rhode Island built a 36-28 lead with a layup and 3-pointer from Akeem Richmond and jumper by Will Martell...Pitt led by as many as eight points (70-62) with 5:08 to go but Rhode Island cut the margin down to two points (76-74) with 1:41 to play...Pitt closed the game out by converting 7-8 free throws...The game featured five ties and 12 lead changes...Wanamaker (career-high tying 24 points) and Gibbs (22) both scored over 20 points for the Panthers...Pitt outscored URI 30-13 in the paint and outrebounded the Rams 45-32...Pitt claimed its 14th consecutive season opener, won its 48th straight home game against a nonconference opponent and improved to 76-1 vs. non-conference opponents at the Petersen Events Center...The game marked the first of two contests in the 2K Sports Classic benefitting Coaches vs. Cancer. fgg 6 3 2 3 5 0 0 0 1 4 0

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18 83 19 14

Percentages: FG%: 45.3%; 3FG%: 20.0%; FT%: 73.3%. Officials: Bryan Kersey (R), Mike Eades, Ray Natili; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 9256. Score byy Periods Rhode Island Pitt

1st 2nd Total T 36 39 75 37 46 83

6

fta 5 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3

7

9

200

Percentages: FG%: 37.9%; 3FG%: 30.0%; FT%: 77.8%.

Player y BROWN, Gilbert-f ZANNA, Talib-f McGHEE, Gary-c GIBBS, Ashton-g WANAMAKER, Brad-g WOODALL, Travon TAYLOR, Dante RIVERS, Nick NWANKWO, Aron PATTERSON, Lamar MOORE, J.J. RICHARDSON, J.J. TEAM Totals..............

3-pt fgg fga g 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 7 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0

58

ft 4 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

7

PITT 97 (2-0)

tot-fg fga g 8 6 4 15 13 9 2 6 1

22

3-pt fgg fga g 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

min 28 32 18 31 31 19 1 1 20 13 6

PITT 83 (1-0) fgg 2 4 2 8 7 3 1 2 0

tot-fg fga g 10 4 5 8 9 3 1 1 0 2 1 2 0 10 2

s 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 0

Percentages: FG%: 40.0%; 3FG%: 43.8%; FT%: 81.3%.

Player y BROWN, Gilbert-f ZANNA, Talib-f McGHEE, Gary-c GIBBS, Ashton-g WANAMAKER, Brad-g WOODALL, Travon TAYLOR, Dante PATTERSON, Lamar RICHARDSON, J.J. TEAM Totals..............

fgg 1 2 1 2 3 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 6 2

Player y CARTER, Paul-f BIRTON, Brad-f WILLIAMS, Darrin-c KREPS, Robo-g NEELY, Zavion-g BARNES, Daniel GRAY, Corey HARDING, Jimmy KELLEY, Anthony BUSH, Matt SINGH, Dipanjot DENARD, Eddie RASUL, Arman ROBBINS, K.C. TYLER, Dorian TEAM Totals..............

RHODE ISLAND 75 (0-1) Player y JAMES, Delroy-f BROOKS, Ryan-f MARTELL, Will-c JONES, Marquis-g RICHMOND, Akeem-g EAVES, Ben SHENGELIA, Levan VEDDER, Blake WEST, Daniel MALESEVIC, Nikola MALHOIT, Anthony TEAM Totals..............

Pitt built a 22-6 lead with 12:59 to go in the first half and led 43-29 at halftime...Ashton Gibbs and Brad Wanamaker combined for 24 first half points...A 12-2 run to begin the second half gave Pitt a 24-point lead (55-31)...Pitt led by as many as 45 points...Pitt outscored UIC 54-25 and shot 70 percent (21-30) in the second half...Pitt’s 43-point victory marked its fifth win by 40 or more points at the PEC and tied for the 18th largest win in school history...Gibbs finished with a career-high seven assists...Pitt improved to 1-0 vs. UIC.

s 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 0

min 23 20 24 37 34 24 12 22 4

8

200

fgg 4 1 4 8 7 3 4 0 0 1 4 1

tot-fg fga g 8 2 6 14 8 6 6 0 1 4 7 2

37

64

10

3-pt fgg fga g 1 2 0 0 0 0 5 10 1 1 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 0 0 11

21

ft 3 0 1 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

fta 4 0 3 4 3 2 2 0 0 0 1 1

12

20

rebounds of de tot 0 4 4 2 1 3 0 1 1 0 3 3 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 5 0 1 1 4 1 5 9 16 25

rebounds of de tot 2 4 6 2 3 5 1 7 8 0 0 0 3 3 6 0 3 3 7 1 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 2 3 0 1 1 1 2 3 17 28 45

ppf tpp 3 6 4 4 4 2 0 7 3 6 1 6 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 12 0 4

s 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

min 24 22 13 31 29 19 4 3 6 14 2 4 2 21 6

18 54

to blk 4 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 9 12 3

0

200

ppf 2 0 2 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 2 1

a 3 0 0 7 9 2 0 1 0 2 2 1

s 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

min 21 17 20 30 25 20 18 2 2 21 17 7

5

200

tpp 12 2 9 24 17 10 9 0 0 3 9 2

a 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1

to blk 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 2

13 97 27 11

7

Percentages: FG%: 57.8%; 3FG%: 52.4%; FT%: 60.0%. Officials: Roger Ayers (R), Brian Dorsey, Louis Andrakakos; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 9148. Score byy Periods 1st 2nd Total T Illinois-Chicago 29 25 54 Pitt 43 54 97

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4

No. 5 PITT 95, NORTH FLORIDA 49 November 13, 2010 „ Petersen Events Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

Pitt took advantage early, building leads of 22-8 and 41-14 in the first half...The 46-point margin marked Pitt’s largest lead in the game...The 46-point win marked the second largest Pitt victory in the Petersen Events Center...Pitt won back-to-back games by 40 or more points for the first time since the 2002-03 season...Pitt tied a school and Petersen Events Center record with 59 rebounds in the game and its 32 offensive rebounds ranked as the highest game total in the Jamie Dixon Era. NORTH FLORIDA 49 (0-2) Player y GRANBERRY, Jerron-f DIAZ, Andres-f SAUEY, Matt-f HAUGABROOK, Brad-g WILLIAMS, Jimmy-g SMITH, Parker WILSON, Will McROY, Charles HOLMES, Brian JEUNE, David GROOTHUIS, Kyle TEAM Totals..............

tot-fg fgg fga g 4 8 7 13 2 6 2 5 0 3 2 6 0 0 1 5 1 2 1 5 1 3

fgg 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

3-pt fga g 4 0 0 0 1 4 0 4 0 0 0

ft 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0

fta 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0

21

4

13

3

7

56

rebounds of de tot 0 2 2 4 2 6 2 0 2 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 4 5 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 4 11 17 28

ppf tpp 2 10 4 14 1 4 0 4 2 0 4 5 1 1 1 3 2 4 1 2 3 2

a 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 0 3 0 1

to blk 2 0 4 0 2 2 1 0 2 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 0

s 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

min 30 26 20 20 17 24 12 11 22 8 10

2

4

200

to blk 2 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 2 1 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1

s 1 0 0 0 4 1 0 1 0 0 1 0

min 24 17 18 26 22 24 17 6 2 11 19 14

8

200

21 49 10 21

Percentages: FG%: 37.5%; 3FG%: 30.8%; FT%: 42.9%. PITT 95 (3-0) Player y BROWN, Gilbert-f ZANNA, Talib-f McGHEE, Gary-c GIBBS, Ashton-g WANAMAKER, Brad-g WOODALL, Travon TAYLOR, Dante RIVERS, Nick NWANKWO, Aron PATTERSON, Lamar MOORE, J.J. RICHARDSON, J.J. TEAM Totals..............

tot-fg fgg fga g 2 13 5 8 1 2 4 13 5 8 4 6 3 6 1 3 0 1 2 5 8 12 1 3

fgg 0 0 0 4 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 0

3-pt fga g 5 1 0 7 2 2 0 2 0 1 3 0

ft 0 3 0 0 6 0 1 0 0 0 2 2

fta 3 6 0 0 6 0 4 0 0 0 3 2

36

9

23

14

24

rebounds of de tot 2 4 6 5 4 9 2 3 5 2 2 4 2 4 6 0 0 0 7 4 11 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 4 7 1 8 0 2 2 1 2 3 32 27 59

ppf 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1

tpp 4 13 2 12 17 10 7 3 0 4 19 4

a 4 0 0 6 2 5 1 3 1 1 3 0

No. 5 PITT 79, MARYLAND 70 November 18, 2010 „ Madison Square Garden „ New YYork, N.Y.

Talib Zanna sparked Pitt with a career-high double-double (14 pts/12 reb) and Pitt outrebounded Maryland by 21 (49-28) in advancing to the 2K Sports/Coaches vs. Cancer title game...Pitt closed the first half on a 10-2 run for a 31-27 lead, then began the second half on an 11-2 rally sparked by Zanna’s six points to take a 42-29 advantage with 17:43 to play...Maryland battled back into the game with a 14-2 run that made it a one-point game with 13:20 to play...Pitt built its lead back up to 10 points on a Travon Woodall jumper with 6:22 left and Maryland could get no closer than four points the rest of the way...The two teams combined for 54 fouls...Pitt’s Nasir Robinson saw his first action of the year after being sidelined following knee surgery...Pitt improved to 25-11 all-time at MSG. PITT 79 (4-0) tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g BROWN, Gilbert-f 2 4 0 1 ZANNA, Talib-f 5 7 0 0 McGHEE, Gary-c 0 3 0 0 GIBBS, Ashton-g 3 8 2 3 WANAMAKER, Brad-g 4 8 0 0 WOODALL, Travon 4 8 0 2 TAYLOR, Dante 3 5 0 0 PATTERSON, Lamar 3 7 1 3 ROBINSON, Nasir 1 3 0 0 MOORE, J.J. 0 1 0 1 RICHARDSON, J.J. 0 0 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 25 54 3 10 Percentages: FG%: 46.3%; 3FG%: 30.0%; FT%:

ft 7 4 1 5 2 3 2 0 2 0 0

fta 8 7 2 6 5 4 2 0 3 0 0

26 37 70.3%.

rebounds of de tot 1 6 7 3 9 12 2 2 4 1 6 7 1 3 4 1 1 2 2 2 4 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 6 15 34 49

ppf 3 4 2 1 4 1 3 4 2 1 1

tpp 11 14 1 13 10 11 8 7 4 0 0

a 2 0 0 2 2 5 0 1 0 0 0

to blk 2 0 0 1 0 1 6 0 3 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

s 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

min 28 23 20 33 25 29 16 15 7 3 1

2

4

200

to blk 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 9 6

s 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0

min 30 35 28 32 33 2 16 3 11 10

5

200

26 79 12 16

MARYLAND 70 (3-1)

Percentages: FG%: 45.0%; 3FG%: 39.1%; FT%: 58.3%.

tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g WILLIAMS, Jordan-f 6 9 0 0 GREGORY, Dino-f 3 7 0 0 BOWIE, Adrian-g 3 6 0 2 MOSLEY, Sean-g 3 9 0 3 TUCKER, Cliff-g 7 15 1 6 WEIJS, Berend 1 1 0 0 STOGLIN, Terrell 3 6 1 2 PALSSON, Haukur 0 0 0 0 HOWARD, Pe’Shon 1 2 0 1 PADGETT, James 0 1 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 27 56 2 14 Percentages: FG%: 48.2%; 3FG%: 14.3%; FT%:

Officials: Joe Lindsay (R), Todd Williams, Ed Hightower; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 10052.

Officials: Bryan Kersey, Brian Dorsey, Tim Kelly; Technical fouls: Pitt-BROWN, Gilbert; Attendance: 12210.

Score byy Periods North Florida Pitt

Score byy Periods Pitt Maryland

5

80

10 95 26 10

6

1st 2nd Total T 21 28 49 48 47 95

No. 5 PITT 68, TEXAS 66 November 19, 2010 „ Madison Square Garden „ New York, Y N.Y.

6

ft 2 1 3 1 2 1 2 0 2 0

fta 7 2 4 3 3 1 3 0 2 5

14 30 46.7%.

rebounds of de tot 1 7 8 1 1 2 0 3 3 1 5 6 0 3 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 3 3 6 22 28

ppf tpp 3 14 5 7 4 9 4 7 3 17 2 3 0 9 2 0 3 4 2 0

a 0 0 4 3 5 0 0 0 0 0

28 70 12

1st 2nd Total T 31 48 79 27 43 70

123

No. 5 PITT 74, ROBERT MORRIS 53 November 23, 2010 „ Petersen Events Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

Pitt won the 2K Sports Classic/Coaches vs. Cancer Classic after Ashton Gibbs scored 19 of his seasonhigh 24 points in the second half...Gibbs gave Pitt a 68-64 lead when he hit a 3-pointer with 1:24 left, then hit two free throws with 23 seconds to go...A tip-in by Texas’ Jordan Hamilton made it 68-66 and after Pitt missed the front end of a one-and-one, Texas had one more chance...Texas’ Cory Joseph missed on a driving layup and Pitt grabbed the rebound, securing the win...Pitt led the entire game and led by as many as 10 points several times in the second half...Gibbs scored 10 consecutive points in the second half, giving Pitt a ninepoint lead (49-40) with 12:44 to go...The Longhorns battled back, cutting leads of 10, 9 and 8 down to two points several times...Gibbs was named tournament MVP and Travon Woodall earned all-tournament team honors...After claiming 14 of its last 19 games at the arena, Pitt improved to 26-11 at MSG since 200001...Jamie Dixon improved to 18-9 in games at MSG...Pitt won its 45th of its last 46 games in Nov. and improved to 2-1 vs. Texas.

Leading just 44-39 with 10:53 left in the game, Pitt used a late 14-2 run to take a 17-point lead with 7:07 to go...Consecutive 3-pointers from Gilbert Brown, Ashton Gibbs and Brad Wanamaker and a dunk from Brown keyed the rally...Pitt went up by 20 points with 3:59 to go...RMU was held to 25.7 percent (9-35) shooting in the second half...Pitt led 33-28 at halftime despite shooting 48 percent from the floor...Gibbs scored 20 or more points for the fourth time on the year...McGhee (12) and Nasir Robinson (11) tied career-highs for rebounds...Pitt extended its home win streak against non-conference opponents to 51 consecutive games and improved to 79-1 vs. non-conference opponents at the Petersen Events Center...Pitt improved to 29-0 all-time vs. Robert Morris and 69-0 all-time vs. Northeast Conference opponents...RMU played without leading scorer Karon Abraham.

PITT 68 (5-0)

Player y CHARLES, Yann-f JOHNSON, Russell-f JONES, Velton-g WILLIAMS, Coron-g WALLACE, Gary-g MYERS, Anthony THOMPSON, Lijah ROY, Elton BRIDGES, Lawrence TEAM Totals..............

Player y BROWN, Gilbert-f ZANNA, Talib-f McGHEE, Gary-f GIBBS, Ashton-g WANAMAKER, Brad-g WOODALL, Travon TAYLOR, Dante PATTERSON, Lamar ROBINSON, Nasir MOORE, J.J. RICHARDSON, J.J. TEAM Totals..............

tot-fg fgg fga g 3 9 1 4 2 5 8 14 4 13 2 4 2 2 0 0 2 5 0 1 0 0 24

57

fgg 2 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

3-pt fga g 4 0 0 7 1 2 0 0 0 0 0

ft 0 0 1 5 0 2 0 0 5 0 0

fta 2 2 2 6 1 5 0 0 6 0 0

7

14

13

24

rebounds of de tot 0 4 4 4 2 6 1 2 3 0 4 4 3 3 6 0 1 1 3 0 3 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 4 4 13 22 35

ppf tpp 0 8 4 2 4 5 2 24 0 9 3 7 4 4 1 0 2 9 0 0 3 0

a 3 0 0 2 5 5 1 0 0 0 0

to blk 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

23 68 16 11

2

fgg 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 0 0

3-pt fga g 0 0 8 0 0 1 4 0 0

ft 1 3 7 1 0 0 5 0 1

fta 2 5 9 2 0 0 6 0 2

21

6

13

18

26

50

rebounds of de tot 0 7 7 3 3 6 5 3 8 1 3 4 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 3 2 2 4 14 23 37

ppf tpp 2 5 3 11 1 28 2 5 3 2 1 0 1 14 2 0 3 1

a 1 0 2 3 4 0 1 0 0

to blk 2 0 2 3 3 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 0

18 66 11 17

Percentages: FG%: 42.0%; 3FG%: 46.2%; FT%: 69.2%. Officials: Bryan Kersey, Roger Ayers, Brian Dorsey; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 11723. Score byy Periods Pitt Texas

1st 2nd Total T 31 37 68 28 38 66

3

tot-fg fga g 8 20 13 6 3 5 5 7 1

21

68

3-pt fgg fga g 0 0 3 8 0 3 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0

ft 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0

fta 0 0 5 2 0 2 0 0 2

7

4

11

min 30 15 20 35 34 22 9 4 24 1 6

Percentages: FG%: 30.9%; 3FG%: 41.2%; FT%: 36.4%.

5

199

PITT 74 (6-0)

TEXAS 66 (3-1) tot-fg fgg fga g 2 6 4 8 8 18 2 2 1 4 0 1 4 9 0 1 0 1

fgg 4 6 3 2 0 1 2 3 0

s 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0

Percentages: FG%: 42.1%; 3FG%: 50.0%; FT%: 54.2%.

Player y JOHNSON, Gary-f THOMPSON, Tristan-f HAMILTON, Jordan-g BALBAY, Dogus-g JOSEPH, Cory-g LUCAS, Jai BROWN, J’Covan WANGMENE, Alexis HILL, Matt TEAM Totals..............

ROBERT MORRIS 53 (2-2)

s 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 1

min 29 40 29 30 28 4 22 6 12

6

200

Player y BROWN, Gilbert-f ZANNA, Talib-f McGHEE, Gary-c GIBBS, Ashton-g WANAMAKER, Brad-g WOODALL, Travon TAYLOR, Dante RIVERS, Nick PATTERSON, Lamar ROBINSON, Nasir MOORE, J.J. RICHARDSON, J.J. TEAM Totals..............

fgg 5 1 4 7 4 0 3 0 1 1 1 0

tot-fg fga g 7 2 6 15 9 5 5 0 3 5 1 1

27

59

17

3-pt fgg fga g 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 8 2 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

18

ft 0 0 3 2 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

fta 1 0 5 2 8 2 0 0 0 0 0 2

13

20

rebounds of de tot 2 2 4 4 8 12 2 3 5 0 0 0 1 2 3 1 0 1 3 1 4 0 0 0 2 2 4 2 1 17 19 36

ppf tpp a 4 8 0 4 15 0 5 7 5 2 8 0 2 0 2 1 3 4 0 4 0 0 8 2 0 0 1 3 18 53 14

to blk 4 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

s 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0

min 22 30 33 17 29 18 18 18 15

8

5

5

200

rebounds of de tot 0 1 1 0 2 2 4 8 12 1 0 1 0 7 7 1 2 3 3 3 6 0 0 0 3 0 3 2 9 11 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 3 4 16 35 51

ppf 0 3 2 1 2 4 3 0 0 1 1 0

to blk 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 0

s 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

min 24 15 23 32 29 11 16 1 14 23 9 3

4

200

tpp 11 2 11 20 17 1 6 0 2 2 2 0

a 1 1 0 3 7 3 0 0 1 0 1 0

17 74 17 15

3

Percentages: FG%: 45.8%; 3FG%: 38.9%; FT%: 65.0%. Officials: Jim Burr (R), Jeff Anderson, Brian O’Connell; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 10121. Score byy Periods Robert Morris Pitt

1st 2nd Total T 28 25 53 33 41 74

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No. 5 PITT 82, PENN 58 November 27, 2010 „ Petersen Events Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

Leading 21-18, Pitt closed out the first half with a 15-0 run to take a 36-18 halftime lead...Penn cut an early 11-point deficit down to three points (21-18) on a Miles Cartwright jumper with 6:48 left in the first half...A Brown alley-oop dunk off a Travon Woodall pass began Pitt’s rally...Pitt pushed its lead to 24 points with a 10-2 run in the second half...Pitt’s bench outscored its starters 46-36 and Pitt ourebounded Penn 35-20...Pitt improved to 137-11 all-time at the Petersen Events Center...Pitt also improved to 7-6 all-time vs. Penn and 41-19 all-time vs. Ivy League competition. PENN 58 (2-3) Player y EGGLESTON, Jack-f BELCORE, Rob-f SCHREIBER, Andreas-c ROSEN, Zack-g BERNARDINI, Tyler-g CARTWRIGHT, Miles SMITH, Darren DOUGHERTY, Fran JOK, Dau GUNTER, Cameron TURLEY, Conor TEAM Totals..............

fgg 6 0 0 3 0 7 0 1 0 0 2

tot-fg fga g 15 0 1 6 7 8 0 3 0 0 3

19

43

3-pt fgg fga g 1 5 0 0 0 0 3 5 0 5 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

19

ft 3 0 1 2 0 5 0 0 2 0 0

fta 3 0 2 2 0 6 0 2 2 0 0

13

17

rebounds of de tot 1 6 7 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 2 6 14 20

ppf 2 1 2 1 3 2 0 3 0 0 4 1 19

tpp 16 0 1 11 0 22 0 2 2 0 4

a 2 1 0 8 0 1 1 1 0 0 0

to blk 1 1 0 0 2 1 4 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 58 14 14 3

s 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

min 38 22 6 35 20 35 5 24 4 2 9

1

200

Percentages: FG%: 44.2%; 3FG%: 36.8%; FT%: 76.5%. PITT 82 (7-0) Player y BROWN, Gilbert-f ZANNA, Talib-f McGHEE, Gary-c GIBBS, Ashton-g WANAMAKER, Brad-g WOODALL, Travon TAYLOR, Dante RIVERS, Nick NWANKWO, Aron PATTERSON, Lamar ROBINSON, Nasir MOORE, J.J. RICHARDSON, J.J. TEAM Totals..............

124

tot-fg fgg fga g 4 11 3 4 1 1 4 11 2 6 2 5 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 4 4 7 3 3 30

57

fgg 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

3-pt fga g 3 0 0 7 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 0

ft 0 0 1 2 2 2 3 0 0 2 3 1 0

fta 0 0 2 2 2 2 3 0 0 2 4 2 0

6

19

16

19

rebounds of de tot 3 4 7 2 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 6 0 2 2 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 4 2 3 5 0 0 0 2 0 2 15 20 35

8

No. 3 PITT 80, DUQUESNE 66 December 1, 2010 „ CONSOL Energy Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

In the first-ever basketball game played at the brand-new Consol Energy Center in downtown Pittsburgh, Pitt registered an 80-66 City Game win as it outrebounded the Dukes 56-35 and received 35 points off the bench...Duquesne jumped out to an early 9-2 lead but the Panthers quickly answered with a 13-3 run of its own to take the lead for good...Pitt opened a 34-19 lead on a Travon Woodall layup with 3:29 to go in the first half...Gary McGhee tied a school record with seven blocked shots and registered a double-double with career-highs of 12 points and 13 rebounds...He became the first player at Pitt since DeJuan Blair (at Connecticut, 2008) to total a double-double at halftime (10 pts/10 reb.)...Nasir Robinson notched his third career double-double...Pitt totaled its third 50-plus rebound game...Pitt defeated Duquesne for a series-long 10th consecutive game and won its 29th out of the last 32 matchups...Pitt improved to 48-31 vs. Duquesne. DUQUESNE 66 (3-2) Player y SAUNDERS, Damian-f CLARK, Bill-f PEGGAU, Rodrigo-c TALLEY, Mike-g McCONNELL, T.J.-g WRIGHT, Joel JONES, Jerry MONTEIRO, B.J. JOHNSON, Sean TEAM Totals..............

fgg 7 6 0 2 6 0 0 2 2

tot-fg fga g 16 17 2 7 11 2 1 8 5

25

69

3-pt fgg fga g 1 3 5 10 0 0 0 2 2 5 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 3

ft 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

fta 8 6 0 0 0 0 4 1 2

8

8

21

25

rebounds of de tot 6 5 11 1 3 4 0 2 2 1 1 2 2 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 2 2 4 2 6 17 18 35

ppf tpp 3 20 5 20 3 0 2 4 3 14 1 0 1 0 2 4 2 4

a 5 1 1 2 3 0 0 2 0

to blk 0 3 0 1 2 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 0

s 1 2 0 0 5 0 0 0 1

min 34 32 14 24 32 11 8 26 19

5

9

200

to blk 2 1 0 1 0 7 1 0 7 0 4 0 0 2 4 0 1 0 0 0

s 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0

min 29 12 25 32 17 24 15 17 28 1

24 80 17 19 11

4

200

22 66 14 10

Percentages: FG%: 36.2%; 3FG%: 32.0%; FT%: 38.1%. ppf tpp 0 9 3 6 0 3 1 12 0 6 2 7 1 11 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 9 0 11 3 6

a 3 0 0 2 6 6 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

15 82 19

to blk 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 8 1

s 0 0 0 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

min 22 18 13 28 29 21 15 2 2 11 14 15 10

6

200

PITT 80 (8-0) Player y BROWN, Gilbert-f ZANNA, Talib-f McGHEE, Gary-c GIBBS, Ashton-g WANAMAKER, Brad-g WOODALL, Travon TAYLOR, Dante PATTERSON, Lamar ROBINSON, Nasir MOORE, J.J. TEAM Totals..............

fgg 1 1 6 7 1 2 4 1 7 0

tot-fg fga g 5 2 8 11 6 6 5 5 13 1

30

62

3-pt fgg fga g 0 3 0 0 0 0 4 8 0 1 1 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 5

20

ft 2 1 0 4 2 2 1 3 0 0

fta 2 2 2 5 2 2 2 4 2 0

15

23

rebounds of de tot 0 4 4 1 0 1 5 8 13 0 5 5 3 5 8 0 3 3 3 3 6 1 0 1 6 6 12 0 0 0 1 2 3 20 36 56

ppf tpp 4 4 1 3 2 12 1 22 4 4 4 7 1 9 3 5 4 14 0 0

a 7 0 1 0 1 4 0 3 1 0

Percentages: FG%: 52.6%; 3FG%: 31.6%; FT%: 84.2%.

Percentages: FG%: 48.4%; 3FG%: 25.0%; FT%: 65.2%. Officials: Pat Driscoll (R), John Gaffney, Brian O’Connell; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 12860.

Officials: Earl Walton (R), Les Score byy Periods 1st Penn 18 Pitt 36

Score byy Periods Duquesne Pitt

9

Jones, Gary Prager; Technical fouls: PENN-TEAM; Attendance: 10594. 2nd Total T 40 58 46 82

10

No. 3 PITT 87, RIDER 68 December 4, 2010 „ Petersen Events Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

Pitt fell behind 7-2 after the opening tipoff but a 9-0 run capped by a Brad Wanamaker layup made it 11-7 and later the Panthers opened a first half lead of 17 points...In the second half, Pitt went on a 10-0 run to make it 59-36 with 13:05 left...Pitt tied a season-high with 27 assists on 31 field goals...Wanamaker finished with a double-double with 11 assists and no turnovers...He became the first player to register 10-plus assists with no turnovers since Levance Fields achieved the honor vs. Cincinnati in February, 2009...Gary McGhee registered his third 10-plus rebound game over the last four contests...Rider and Pitt met for the first time. RIDER 68 (5-4) Player y RINGGOLD, Mike-f STEWART, Danny-f PENN, Brandon-f ROBINSON, Justin-g GADSON, Novar-g MYLES, Anthony THOMPSON, Jonathan MANSELL, Patrick ND-EZUMA, Dera PEREIRA, Tommy TEAM Totals..............

fgg 12 3 3 3 4 1 0 1 0 0

tot-fg fga g 16 5 4 14 8 3 1 2 1 0

27

54

3-pt fgg fga g 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 8 2 5 1 3 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0

ft 0 0 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

fta 1 0 5 4 1 0 0 0 0 0

7

7

11

21

rebounds of de tot 2 0 2 1 1 2 0 6 6 1 1 2 1 4 5 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 7 18 25

tpp 24 6 11 11 10 3 0 3 0 0

a 2 0 0 7 2 0 1 0 1 0

to blk 5 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

min 33 23 28 36 34 18 19 7 1 1

0

2

200

to blk 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

s 0 0 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

min 20 18 18 30 31 15 16 1 1 13 22 10 5

6

8

200

20 68 13 14

PITT 87 (9-0) fgg 5 1 2 5 6 1 5 0 0 2 3 1 0

tot-fg fga g 11 1 5 9 12 3 7 1 0 2 4 1 2

31

58

3-pt fgg fga g 0 3 0 0 0 0 4 8 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 7

18

ft 1 4 3 2 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 0

fta 1 6 6 2 3 0 2 0 0 0 5 2 0

18

27

rebounds of de tot 0 3 3 3 2 5 2 8 10 0 0 0 2 1 3 0 1 1 2 3 5 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 3 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 12 23 35

ppf 1 3 0 2 1 3 1 0 0 0 2 0 0

tpp a 11 3 6 0 7 0 16 3 16 11 2 4 12 0 0 1 0 0 5 1 7 2 5 1 0 1

13 87 27

1

Percentages: FG%: 53.4%; 3FG%: 38.9%; FT%: 66.7%. Officials: Michael Stephens (R), Bill McCarthy, Tim Clougherty; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 8719. Score byy Periods Rider Pitt

1st 2nd Total T 29 39 68 42 45 87

No. 3 PITT 70, DELAWARE STATE 42 December 8, 2010 „ Petersen Events Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

With the score tied 7-7, Pitt used a 13-0 run and held Delaware State to 0-10 shooting over the game’s next 8:45 in building a commanding 20-7 lead...The Panthers then went on an 11-3 run and closed out the first half with a 34-19 lead...Pitt outrebounded DSU 26-9 in the first half and 41-18 overall...Dante Taylor registered his first career double-double with a career-high 14 points and 10 rebounds...Pitt’s bench outscored DSU’s 39-7...Pitt won its 10th consecutive game to start a season for the seventh time in the past eight years...Pitt won its 10th non-conference game for the 10th consecutive season and 14th straight home game. DELAWARE STATE 42 (4-4)

ppf 4 5 0 1 4 3 2 1 0 0

Percentages: FG%: 50.0%; 3FG%: 33.3%; FT%: 63.6%.

Player y BROWN, Gilbert-f ZANNA, Talib-f McGHEE, Gary-c GIBBS, Ashton-g WANAMAKER, Brad-g WOODALL, Travon TAYLOR, Dante RIVERS, Nick NWANKWO, Aron PATTERSON, Lamar ROBINSON, Nasir MOORE, J.J. RICHARDSON, J.J. TEAM Totals..............

1st 2nd Total T 28 38 66 42 38 80

Player y STOWE, Terron-f WALKER, Casey-f OLIVER, Marques-f THREATT, Jay-g WASHINGTON, Desi-g WILSON, Chad WELCHER, Trevor JOYNER, Jabari ODD, Alibaba BAYLOR, Brandon OLIVER, Brandon HURRINGTON,Christian LAWSON, Jordan MARCELLUS, James TEAM Totals..............

fgg 2 2 5 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

tot-fg fga g 5 9 7 6 6 3 0 1 4 1 1 0 0 0

14

43

3-pt fgg fga g 0 0 2 8 0 0 0 1 3 5 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ft 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

fta 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

6

8

8

18

rebounds of de tot 1 2 3 0 5 5 0 3 3 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 16 18

ppf tpp 1 6 1 6 3 11 1 3 2 9 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0

a 0 3 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

to blk 2 0 0 0 2 3 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

s 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

min 21 32 30 31 31 10 11 3 7 10 5 2 3 4

14 42

9

8

3

5

200

ppf tpp 1 8 3 2 0 4 2 9 0 8 3 2 1 14 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 6 0 10 1 6

a 2 0 0 2 6 2 1 0 0 2 2 3 0

to blk 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1

min 20 19 17 22 22 24 15 2 2 14 16 19 8

6

6

200

Percentages: FG%: 32.6%; 3FG%: 33.3%; FT%: 100%. PITT 70 (10-0) Player y BROWN, Gilbert-f ZANNA, Talib-f McGHEE, Gary-c GIBBS, Ashton-g WANAMAKER, Brad-g WOODALL, Travon TAYLOR, Dante RIVERS, Nick NWANKWO, Aron PATTERSON, Lamar ROBINSON, Nasir MOORE, J.J. RICHARDSON, J.J. TEAM Totals..............

fgg 3 1 1 3 4 0 6 0 0 0 3 5 2

tot-fg fga g 3 3 2 9 6 4 7 1 0 4 5 9 2

28

55

3-pt fgg fga g 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 7 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0

ft 0 0 2 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 2

fta 0 0 4 0 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 3

5

9

13

17

rebounds of de tot 0 3 3 1 1 2 0 5 5 0 1 1 2 2 4 0 1 1 6 4 10 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 0 2 2 5 7 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 14 27 41

12 70 20

1

Percentages: FG%: 50.9%; 3FG%: 29.4%; FT%: 69.2%. Officials: Gary Prager, Evon Burroughs, Lamar Simpson; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 8520. Score byy Periods 1st 2nd Total T Delaware State 19 23 42 Pitt 34 36 70

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No. 11 TENNESSEE 83, No. 3 PITT 76 December 11, 2010 „ CONSOL Energy Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

Taking advantage of Scotty Hopson’s 16-point first half performance, 57.7 percent field goal shooting (1526) and 6-8 3-point shooting, Tennessee built a 12-point halftime lead (37-25)...UT built a 21-11 lead on a Cameron Tatum 3-pointer with 12:30 to go in the first half...UT built a 21-point lead in the second half...On an Ashton Gibbs 3-pointer, Pitt cut UT’s lead down to as few as eight points (74-66), but UT hit 9-10 free throws over the game’s final 1:39 to secure the win...Pitt’s Brad Wanamaker scored 20 or more points for the fifth time in his career...Pitt’s six-game win streak vs. Southeastern Conference opponents ended...The loss marked Pitt’s first to a non-conference opponent in Pittsburgh in six years...Pitt dropped to 141-12 in games played in Pittsburgh since the 2002-03 season...No. 11 Tennessee marked the highest ranked non-conference opponent that Pitt has played in Pittsburgh since it played No. 11 North Carolina on Dec. 20, 1995...The game was designated a neutral site. TENNESSEE 83 (7-0) tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g HARRIS, Tobias-f 2 8 1 2 WILLIAMS, Brian-c 2 3 0 0 GOINS, Melvin-g 4 9 1 2 TATUM, Cameron-g 4 6 2 3 HOPSON, Scotty-g 10 13 3 3 McRAE, Jordan 0 1 0 1 0 GOLDEN, Trae 1 3 0 McBEE, Skylar 1 1 0 0 HALL, Kenny 0 0 0 0 PEARL, Steven 1 1 0 0 FIELDS, John 2 3 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 27 48 7 11 Percentages: FG%: 56.3%; 3FG%: 63.6%; FT%:

ft 2 0 10 4 4 0 0 0 0 1 1

fta 4 0 12 4 5 0 0 0 0 4 1

22 30 73.3%.

rebounds of de tot 3 4 7 1 4 5 3 2 5 0 2 2 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 3 5 1 1 2 11 23 34

ppf tpp 2 7 5 4 4 19 1 14 2 27 1 0 1 2 3 2 5 0 3 3 5 5

a 3 1 3 2 1 0 4 0 0 0 0

to blk 4 2 1 0 2 0 4 0 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 2

32 83 14 20

7

s 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0

min 25 23 28 32 33 4 12 4 5 18 16

5

200

PITT 76 (10-1) Player y BROWN, Gilbert-f ZANNA, Talib-f McGHEE, Gary-c GIBBS, Ashton-g WANAMAKER, Brad-g WOODALL, Travon TAYLOR, Dante PATTERSON, Lamar ROBINSON, Nasir MOORE, J.J. TEAM Totals..............

tot-fg fgg fga g 5 10 2 3 0 4 4 13 6 10 4 2 1 1 0 2 2 4 0 3

fgg 2 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0

3-pt fga g 3 0 0 7 1 3 0 2 0 1

ft 3 0 2 4 8 6 1 0 1 0

fta 4 2 2 4 12 10 4 0 4 0

22

7

17

25

42

54

rebounds of de tot 2 1 3 2 1 3 5 2 7 1 1 2 2 3 5 0 0 0 2 3 5 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 3 1 4 18 14 32

ppf 4 0 0 4 4 3 4 0 4 1

tpp 15 4 2 15 21 11 3 0 5 0

a 1 0 0 3 9 2 1 0 1 0

to blk 2 0 2 0 1 0 4 0 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0

24 76 17 15

2

s 1 0 0 1 5 0 1 0 0 0

min 27 14 18 34 36 23 22 3 18 5

8

200

No. 6 PITT 61, AMERICAN 46

AMERICAN 46 (7-5) fgg 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3-pt fga g 8 0 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

ft 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

fta 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

19

5

17

3

4

46

rebounds of de tot 0 2 2 1 3 4 0 3 3 2 6 8 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 2 4 20 24

ppf tpp 2 23 2 10 2 6 4 1 0 2 5 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

a 3 0 2 3 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 1 0

to blk 2 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

20 46 14 11

2

s 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

min 37 25 32 26 22 10 17 1 7 1 11 3 8

4

200

Percentages: FG%: 41.3%; 3FG%: 29.4%; FT%: 75.0%. tot-fg fgg fga g 5 12 1 2 1 4 4 14 6 9 0 3 4 5 0 1 1 4 0 1

fgg 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

3-pt fga g 5 0 0 5 2 0 0 1 0 0

ft 3 0 1 1 6 1 1 0 0 0

fta 3 0 4 2 8 2 4 2 0 0

22

4

13

13

25

55

ft 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

fta 2 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

4

9

rebounds of de tot 0 3 3 3 0 3 0 2 2 0 2 2 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 6 7 6 20 26

ppf tpp 3 17 4 13 4 4 0 2 0 12 3 2 1 0 0 9 1 0 0 0 1 5

a 3 1 2 3 5 1 0 0 1 0 0

to blk 1 0 0 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

min 29 27 28 26 34 11 7 17 3 1 17

17 64 16

6

1

2

200

ppf 0 2 2 0 1 1 4 0 0 0 2 1 2

to blk 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0

s 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

min 24 17 19 24 17 24 17 4 2 12 15 15 10

8

2

200

Percentages: FG%: 39.7%; 3FG%: 31.3%; FT%: 44.4%. PITT 97 (11-1) Player y BROWN, Gilbert-f ZANNA, Talib-f McGHEE, Gary-c GIBBS, Ashton-g WANAMAKER, Brad-g WOODALL, Travon TAYLOR, Dante RIVERS, Nick NWANKWO, Aron PATTERSON, Lamar ROBINSON, Nasir MOORE, J.J. RICHARDSON, J.J. TEAM Totals..............

fgg 11 3 5 5 0 5 2 1 0 1 4 2 2

tot-fg fga g 13 4 8 9 5 11 4 2 0 5 4 5 4

41

74

3-pt fgg fga g 4 5 0 0 0 0 3 6 0 2 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0

ft 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

fta 2 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0

9

6

11

20

rebounds of de tot 2 3 5 3 2 5 5 5 10 0 2 2 2 1 3 0 3 3 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 8 8 0 2 2 0 4 4 3 3 6 18 35 53

tpp 28 7 10 15 0 11 4 2 0 3 8 5 4

a 5 2 0 7 6 9 1 1 0 1 1 0 0

15 97 33

3

125

No. 6 PITT 78, No. 4 CONNECTICUT 63 December 27, 2010 „ Petersen Events Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

No. 6 Pitt limited No. 4 UConn to 31.7 percent shooting in capturing its Big East opener...Pitt used an early 6-0 run to build a 10-point first half lead (16-7)...Trailing 37-28, UConn never got closer than six points in the game...In the second half, UConn trimmed a 15-point lead down to seven points (62-55) with 5:29 left, but the Panthers answered with an Ashton Gibbs 3-pointer, two Gibbs free throws and a Nasir Robinson layup to take a 13-point advantage...Gibbs registered his sixth 20-point scoring contest of the year...Robinson and Gary McGhee both tallied double-doubles...UConn’s Kemba Walker scored a Pitt opponent season-high of 31 points...Pitt improved to 8-0 in the Petersen Events Center against teams ranked in the top-5...Pitt defeated Connecticut for the fourth straight game and fifth time in the last six meetings...Pitt also improved to 5-1 vs. UConn at the Petersen Events Center...Both teams entered the matchup ranked in the nation’s top-25 for the 11th time in the last 12 meetings...The attendance of 12,725 marked the sixth largest PEC crowd. CONNECTICUT 63 (10-1, 0-1 Big East) tot-fg 3-pt fgg fga g fgg fga g 0 5 0 1 1 4 0 0 2 4 0 0 3 8 0 1 10 27 3 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 8 2 6

Player y SMITH, Roscoe-f ORIAKHI, Alex-f OKWANDU, Charles-c LAMB, Jeremy-g WALKER, Kemba-g WOLF, Enosch BEVERLY, Donnell COOMBS-McDANIEL, J. GIFFEY, Niels OLANDER, Tyler NAPIER, Shabazz TEAM Totals..............

19

60

5

21

ft 2 6 0 3 8 0 0 0 0 0 1

fta 2 7 0 4 11 0 0 0 0 0 2

20

26

rebounds of de tot 2 6 8 1 0 1 2 2 4 4 4 8 2 2 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 1 1 2 5 0 5 20 16 36

ppf tpp 5 2 3 8 5 4 2 9 2 31 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 3 2 3 7

a 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2

s 0 0 0 2 5 0 1 0 0 0 0

min 18 19 24 28 35 2 5 10 9 22 28

26 63

to blk 2 0 1 3 1 4 1 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 6 15 7

8

200

ppf 4 3 2 2 3 3 0 2 4

a 4 4 1 7 1 2 0 0 0

s 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 0

min 26 32 22 31 32 21 18 6 12

6

200

Percentages: FG%: 31.7%; 3FG%: 23.8%; FT%: 76.9%.

PITT 61 (12-1) Player y BROWN, Gilbert-f ZANNA, Talib-f McGHEE, Gary-c GIBBS, Ashton-g WANAMAKER, Brad-g WOODALL, Travon TAYLOR, Dante PATTERSON, Lamar ROBINSON, Nasir MOORE, J.J. TEAM Totals..............

MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE 64 (2-8) tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g HALEY, Hillary-f 7 20 2 9 HINES, Tyler-c 5 6 0 0 2 WHITE, Kevin-g 5 0 0 BURNS, Tim-g 1 8 0 2 BRADSHAW, Dishawn-g 4 12 4 11 OBAME OBAME, Freddy 1 1 0 0 SWIFT, Joseph 0 0 0 0 BELL, Louis 3 4 3 4 BRIGHT, Josh 0 1 0 1 SPENCE, Michael 0 0 0 0 ROBERTSON, Mark 2 6 1 5 TEAM Totals.............. 25 63 10 32

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Pitt took command midway through the first half with an 11-0 run while holding American scoreless for almost eight minutes...In the final 10:29 of the first half, Pitt outscored American 24-6 in building its 34-18 halftime lead...Gilbert Brown scored 10 of his 15 points in the first half for his third consecutive double figure scoring game...Pitt held American to an opponent season-low 46 points...Pitt completed its non-conference schedule with a 12-1 record...The Panthers have now won 10 or more non-conference games in each of the last 10 years...Pitt also concluded its non-conference schedule riding a 56-game home win streak vs. nonconference opponents...Jamie Dixon won his 200th career game and tied an NCAA Division I record for fastest to 200 victories by years (8). tot-fg fgg fga g 9 21 5 7 2 6 0 4 1 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

Gilbert Brown scored a career-high 28 points on 11-13 shooting to lead Pitt to a 33-point win...Brown scored 19 of his game-high 28 points in the first half including seven during a 7-0 run that gave Pitt a commanding 11-point lead with 5:39 left before halftime...His 28 points were the most scored by a Pitt player since Sam Young scored 32 vs. Oklahoma State in 2009...Pitt finished with 33 assists, one shy of the school record...The 33 assists set a Petersen Events Center record...Gary McGhee totaled his sixth career double-double...Jamie Dixon won his 199th career game...Pitt improved to 19-0 all-time vs. MEAC opponents.

Officials: Bob Donato (R), Tony Crisp. Michael Stephens; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 9515. Score byy Periods 1st 2nd Total T Maryland Eastern Shore 32 32 64 Pitt 47 50 97

December 22, 2010 „ Petersen Events Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

Player y MOLDOVEANU, Vlad-f LUMPKINS, Stephen-f BREWER, Troy-g HENDRA, Nick-g LUPTAK, Steve-g McCORMACK, Simon MUNOZ, Daniel SIMON II, Wayne FISHER, Daniel JOLIVETTE, Blake HINKLE, Charles HILL, Joe WROBLICKY, Tony TEAM Totals..............

December 18, 2010 „ Petersen Events Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

Percentages: FG%: 55.4%; 3FG%: 45.0%; FT%: 54.5%.

Percentages: FG%: 40.7%; 3FG%: 41.2%; FT%: 59.5%. Officials: Jim Burr (R), Doug Sirmons, Mike Roberts; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 15166. Score byy Periods 1st 2nd Total T Tennessee 37 46 83 Pitt 25 51 76

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No. 8 PITT 97, MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE 64

rebounds of de tot 1 4 5 1 1 2 2 4 6 0 2 2 1 5 6 0 1 1 4 3 7 2 0 2 3 3 6 0 0 0 4 0 4 18 23 41

ppf tpp 0 15 2 2 1 3 0 10 1 19 3 1 1 9 0 0 3 2 0 0

a 4 0 0 4 1 5 0 0 1 0

11 61 15

to blk 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

s 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0

min 33 14 19 33 34 15 21 7 21 3

5

4

200

4

Percentages: FG%: 40.0%; 3FG%: 30.8%; FT%: 52.0%. Officials: Ed Hightower (R), Wally Rutecki, Bernard Clinton; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 9489. Score byy Periods 1st 2nd Total T American 18 28 46 Pitt 34 27 61

PITT 78 (13-1, 1-0 Big East) tot-fg Player y fgg fga g BROWN, Gilbert-f 2 8 ROBINSON, Nasir-f 4 8 McGHEE, Gary-c 5 6 GIBBS, Ashton-g 6 13 WANAMAKER, Brad-g 5 8 WOODALL, Travon 2 4 TAYLOR, Dante 1 1 ZANNA, Talib 0 0 MOORE, J.J. 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 25 48

3-pt fgg fga g 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 6 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

11

ft 2 3 1 6 3 4 1 0 3

fta 2 6 3 6 4 4 2 0 3

23

30

rebounds of de tot 2 0 2 2 8 10 4 7 11 0 1 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 3 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 11 22 33

tpp 6 11 11 21 14 9 3 0 3

to blk 2 0 2 1 2 3 1 0 3 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 1 0

23 78 19 15

Percentages: FG%: 52.1%; 3FG%: 45.5%; FT%: 76.7%. Officials: Jim Burr (R), Ed Corbett, Jeff Clark; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 12725. Score byy Periods 1st 2nd Total T Connecticut 28 35 63 Pitt 37 41 78

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No. 5 PITT 83, PROVIDENCE 79 January 4, 2011 „ Dunkin Donuts Center „ Providence, R.I.

Pitt used a 9-0 run to overcome a four-point deficit (76-72) with 1:31 left in winning on the road at Providence...A Gary McGhee layup cut the deficit down to two points, then following a PC turnover, Travon Woodall hit a goahead 3-pointer and converted 4-4 free throws to give Pitt the win...Pitt made its final nine free throws to close down the game...Pitt led for the majority of the game and by as many as 10 points (63-53) on a Lamar Patterson 3-pointer with 7:50 to go, but PC stormed back using a flurry of 3-pointers and Pitt turnovers to take a 72-71 lead with 2:25 left...A Marshon Brooks 3-pointer gave PC its four-point lead (76-72) with 1:31 to go...Gilbert Brown scored 17 of his team-high 19 points and hit a career-high five 3-pointers in the first half...Pitt hit 8-14 3-pointers in the first half...Pitt committed a team season-high 23 turnovers...Pitt defeated Providence for the 10th time in the last 11 meetings...Pitt won its 14th road game in its last 20 contests. PITT 83 (14-1, 2-0 Big East) tot-fg Player y fgg fga g BROWN, Gilbert-f 7 8 ROBINSON, Nasir-f 4 6 McGHEE, Gary-c 5 8 GIBBS, Ashton-g 3 8 WANAMAKER, Brad-g 3 8 WOODALL, Travon 1 5 TAYLOR, Dante 2 3 PATTERSON, Lamar 2 2 ZANNA, Talib 0 2 MOORE, J.J. 0 1 TEAM Totals.............. 27 51

fgg 5 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 0

3-pt fga g 6 1 0 7 1 2 0 1 0 1

ft 0 3 3 0 4 6 3 0 0 0

fta 1 5 4 0 6 6 3 0 0 0

10

19

19

25

rebounds of de tot 1 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 9 1 1 2 1 4 5 0 2 2 0 3 3 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 10 25 35

ppf 4 4 1 2 5 4 2 0 0 0

tpp 19 11 13 9 10 9 7 5 0 0

a 2 1 0 4 5 2 1 3 0 0

to blk 3 0 1 0 2 2 4 0 4 0 4 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 22 83 18 23 3

s 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

min 23 29 26 36 26 20 14 18 5 3

2

200

Percentages: FG%: 52.9%; 3FG%: 52.6%; FT%: 76.0%. PROVIDENCE 79 (11-5, 0-3 Big East) tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g BROOKS, Marshon-f 10 21 3 9 6 BATTS, Kadeem-f 2 0 0 DIXON, Bilal-c 2 4 0 0 COLEMAN, Gerard-g 5 10 1 4 COUNCIL, Vincent-g 6 15 0 2 MONDY, Duke 4 8 4 8 EVANS, Dre 0 1 0 1 COTTON, Bryce 0 0 0 0 HALL, Ray 0 0 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 29 65 8 24

126

ft 5 5 1 0 1 0 1 0 0

fta 5 6 2 0 4 0 2 0 0

13

19

rebounds of de tot 2 4 6 5 1 6 2 3 5 0 1 1 2 3 5 1 2 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 4 15 16 31

ppf 3 5 4 4 4 0 0 1 0

tpp a 28 2 9 0 5 0 11 1 13 10 12 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

to blk 5 0 0 0 2 1 3 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

21 79 15 15

s 2 1 0 1 6 4 0 0 0

min 40 23 22 36 40 33 1 3 2

2 14

200

No. 5 PITT 89, MARQUETTE 81 January 8, 2011 „ Petersen Events Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

With the score tied at 26-26, Pitt used a 22-6 run that lasted six minutes and put the Panthers ahead by 16 points (48-32) late in the first half...Pitt hit 66.7 percent (8-12) of its first half 3-point attempts, while Ashton Gibbs finished the first half with 12 points on 4-5 3-point shooting...Marquette cut the deficit down to as few as eight points several times in the second half, but could get no closer...Pitt surpassed team season gamehighs for field goal percentage (60.0) and 3-point percentage (55.6)...Marquette’s two turnovers were the fewest for an opponent in the Jamie Dixon Era...Pitt won its 18th consecutive home game and 49th in its last 50 at the Petersen Events Center...Pitt defeated Marquette for the fourth straight game and fifth time in the series’ last six contests. MARQUETTE 81 (11-5, 2-1 Big East) tot-fg Player y fgg fga g CROWDER, Jae-f 4 12 BUTLER, Jimmy-f 4 13 OTULE, Chris-c 1 1 JOHNSON-ODOM, D-g 8 18 BUYCKS, Dwight-g 6 9 BLUE, Vander 1 5 CADOUGAN, Junior 0 0 FULCE, Joseph 3 6 JONES, Jamail 0 0 GARDNER, Davante 0 1 TEAM Totals.............. 27 65

3-pt fgg fga g 2 6 0 1 0 0 1 6 3 4 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 7

20

ft 0 9 2 3 4 2 0 0 0 0

fta 2 10 2 5 5 3 0 0 0 0

20

27

rebounds of de tot 4 3 7 5 2 7 0 0 0 2 1 3 3 1 4 1 2 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 16 13 29

ppf 4 1 3 5 1 4 1 4 0 0

tpp 10 17 4 20 19 4 0 7 0 0

a 1 1 0 5 3 1 3 2 0 0

to blk 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

min 28 39 13 35 32 21 10 13 1 8

23 81 16

2

0

1

200

ppf 2 4 1 1 2 5 3 1 3 0

to blk 1 1 1 0 0 3 3 0 1 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

s 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

min 37 15 26 33 32 20 14 16 5 2

2

200

Percentages: FG%: 41.5%; 3FG%: 35.0%; FT%: 74.1%. PITT 89 (15-1, 3-0 Big East) tot-fg Player y fgg fga g BROWN, Gilbert-f 3 6 ROBINSON, Nasir-f 4 6 McGHEE, Gary-c 5 5 GIBBS, Ashton-g 6 11 WANAMAKER, Brad-g 4 6 WOODALL, Travon 3 8 TAYLOR, Dante 2 2 PATTERSON, Lamar 2 5 ZANNA, Talib 1 1 RICHARDSON, J.J. 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 30 50

3-pt fgg fga g 2 3 0 0 0 0 5 8 1 2 1 3 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 10

18

ft 6 1 2 2 6 1 1 0 0 0

fta 6 2 3 2 9 3 2 0 0 0

19

27

rebounds of de tot 2 5 7 0 0 0 1 5 6 1 1 2 0 5 5 0 3 3 1 4 5 2 3 5 2 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 2 11 27 38

tpp 14 9 12 19 15 8 5 5 2 0

a 4 3 1 5 6 3 0 2 0 0

22 89 24 10

6

Percentages: FG%: 44.6%; 3FG%: 33.3%; FT%: 68.4%.

Percentages: FG%: 60.0%; 3FG%: 55.6%; FT%: 70.4%.

Officials: Tony Greene, Gene Steratore, Ray Perone; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 9181. Score byy Periods 1st 2nd Total T Pitt 38 45 83 Providence 31 48 79

Officials: Tim Higgins (R), Michael Stephens, Tim Clougherty; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 11438. Score byy Periods 1st 2nd Total T Marquette 37 44 81 Pitt 48 41 89

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No. 5 PITT 72, No. 22 GEORGETOWN 57 January 12, 2011 „ Verizon Center „ Washington, D.C.

No. 5 PITT 74, SETON HALL 53 January 15, 2011 „ Petersen Events Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

Pitt outscored Georgetown 15-2 over an early five-minute span in building a commanding 24-9 lead with 8:44 left before halftime...Three consecutive Ashton Gibbs 3-pointers and a Gary McGhee dunk keyed Pitt’s rally...Pitt shot 58.3 percent (14-24) from the floor and 62.5 percent (5-8) from 3-point range in the first half...Pitt’s 17-point halftime lead (41-24) represented a school record for largest halftime lead in a Big East road game...Pitt led by as many as 18 points in the first half and extended its lead to as many as 22 points with 14:03 left in the game...Georgetown used a 7-0 run to cut Pitt’s lead down to 11 points (60-49) with 5:22 to go, but a Gibbs 3-pointer ended the comeback...Pitt began a Big East regular season with a 4-0 start for the third straight year and seventh time in school history...Pitt improved to 7-4 all-time vs. the Hoyas in the Verizon Center...Pitt won its sixth straight game and seventh consecutive Big East regular season game...Ashton Gibbs scored 20 or more points for the seventh time on the year and 18th time in his career.

Pitt scored eight unanswered points in a 23-7 spurt that put the Panthers ahead 29-14...Gary McGhee scored six of his 10 first half points in the spurt...Pitt limited Seton Hall to 32.0 percent (8-25) shooting in the first half...Pitt led by as many as 25 points in the second half...Pitt outrebounded the Pirates 51-27 and finished with 23 offensive rebounds...Pitt matched its best start in Big East play with a 5-0 record...Gary McGhee notched his eighth career and fifth season double-double...Seton Hall’s 11 team blocks and Herb Pope’s six blocks set Petersen Events Center opponent records...Seton Hall head coach, Pitt graduate and former Panthers player Kevin Willard made his head coaching debut in Pittsburgh...He became the first Pitt graduate to coach against Pitt since Sean Miller in 2009.

PITT 72 (16-1, 4-0 Big East) tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g BROWN, Gilbert-f 2 9 0 3 ROBINSON, Nasir-f 4 6 0 0 McGHEE, Gary-c 3 5 0 0 GIBBS, Ashton-g 6 14 5 10 WANAMAKER, Brad-g 5 10 1 1 WOODALL, Travon 1 3 0 2 TAYLOR, Dante 1 1 0 0 PATTERSON, Lamar 0 1 0 0 ZANNA, Talib 0 0 0 0 RICHARDSON, J.J. 0 0 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 22 49 6 16 Percentages: FG%: 44.9%; 3FG%: 37.5%; FT%:

Player y POPE, Herb-f ROBINSON, Jeff-f LAWRENCE, Keon-g THEODORE, Jordan-g HAZELL, Jeremy-g OKOLOJI, Anali POLYNICE, Eniel EDWIN, Fuquan GERAMIPOOR, Aaron TEAM Totals..............

GEORGETOWN 57 (12-5, 1-4 Big East) tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g THOMPSON, Hollis-f 1 7 0 5 CLARK, Jason-f 1 4 1 4 VAUGHN, Julian-c 5 9 0 0 FREEMAN, Austin-g 5 13 2 5 WRIGHT, Chris-g 3 6 1 2 STARKS, Markel 0 4 0 2 0 SANFORD, Vee 0 0 0 SIMS, Henry 2 3 0 0 BENIMON, Jerrelle 1 1 0 0 LUBICK, Nate 1 3 1 2 TEAM Totals.............. 19 50 5 20

ft 8 0 2 5 3 3 1 0 0 0

fta 9 0 5 6 4 4 2 0 1 0

22 31 71.0%.

ft 0 2 3 0 7 0 0 2 0 0

fta 0 4 6 1 8 0 0 2 2 2

14

25

rebounds of de tot 1 1 2 0 3 3 3 6 9 0 2 2 0 2 2 1 5 6 1 1 2 1 1 2 0 3 3 0 0 0 2 1 3 9 25 34

rebounds of de tot 1 2 3 1 3 4 4 3 7 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 5 0 1 1 0 5 5 2 1 3 11 21 32

ppf tpp 1 12 2 8 3 8 0 22 3 14 3 5 4 3 0 0 2 0 3 0

a 3 1 0 2 4 5 0 0 0 0

21 72 15

to blk 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 1

s 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0

min 31 31 25 34 33 20 11 4 7 4

4

200

ppf tpp 3 2 3 5 3 13 2 12 3 14 3 0 2 0 4 6 1 2 2 3

a 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0

to blk 1 0 2 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0

s 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

min 23 25 29 35 26 11 7 11 14 19

26 57

5

9

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4

SETON HALL 53 (8-10, 2-4 Big East) tot-fg fgg fga g 6 12 4 9 1 2 4 6 3 13 1 1 0 2 2 6 0 0 21

51

3-pt fgg fga g 0 0 2 5 0 0 0 0 1 8 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

ft 3 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0

fta 9 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0

3

8

14

14

rebounds of de tot 4 6 10 0 8 8 0 1 1 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 4 23 27

ppf tpp 2 15 2 10 1 2 1 11 0 9 0 2 1 0 3 4 1 0

a 2 1 2 3 1 0 2 0 0

to blk 5 6 0 3 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0

s 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 0 0

min 35 36 16 32 35 2 17 20 7

11 53 11 10 11

5

200

ppf tpp 0 5 1 8 3 13 3 8 0 9 2 8 3 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 0 6 1 0

to blk 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

s 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

min 26 24 21 29 27 22 16 1 1 10 13 7 3

9

3

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Percentages: FG%: 41.2%; 3FG%: 21.4%; FT%: 57.1%. PITT 74 (17-1, 5-0 Big East) tot-fg Player y fgg fga g BROWN, Gilbert-f 2 5 ROBINSON, Nasir-f 4 11 McGHEE, Gary-c 6 12 GIBBS, Ashton-g 3 13 WANAMAKER, Brad-g 4 9 WOODALL, Travon 3 4 TAYLOR, Dante 3 5 RIVERS, Nick 0 1 NWANKWO, Aron 0 0 PATTERSON, Lamar 0 1 ZANNA, Talib 3 7 MOORE, J.J. 2 2 RICHARDSON, J.J. 0 2 TEAM Totals.............. 30 72

3-pt fgg fga g 1 4 0 1 0 0 2 9 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 1

ft 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0

fta 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 6 2 0

7

7

13

20

rebounds of de tot 2 2 4 4 0 4 6 4 10 0 4 4 4 3 7 0 4 4 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 1 1 2 0 1 1 4 2 6 23 28 51

a 2 2 0 1 7 3 2 0 0 2 1 0 0

14 74 20

1

Percentages: FG%: 38.0%; 3FG%: 25.0%; FT%: 56.0%.

Percentages: FG%: 41.7%; 3FG%: 35.0%; FT%: 53.8%.

Officials: Ed Corbett, Pat Driscoll, Wally Rutecki; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 15712.

Officials: Joe Lindsay (R), Clarence Armstrong, Jeff Anderson; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 9236.

Score byy Periods Pitt Georgetown

Score byy Periods Seton Hall Pitt

1st 2nd Total T 41 31 72 24 33 57

1st 2nd Total T 18 35 53 33 41 74

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No. 5 PITT 74, No. 3 SYRACUSE 66 January 17, 2011 „ Petersen Events Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

In a battle of two top-5 ranked teams, Pitt scored the game’s first 19 points (19-0 at the 12:12 mark) as Nasir Robinson netted the first nine points of the game...Syracuse answered with a 17-0 run of its own...An Ashton Gibbs 3-pointer with four seconds gave Pitt a 31-27 halftime lead...SU tied the game at 41-41 with 13:33 left, but Pitt scored 12 of the next 15 points as Brad Wanamaker hit a 3-pointer and two free throws for a 53-44 lead with 10:48 left...SU cut the lead back to as few as four points but the Panthers, highlighted by a spectacular blocked shot by Gilbert Brown, scored eight straight points to put the game out of reach...Robinson finished with a season-high 21 points...Pitt improved to 6-0 in Big East play for the first time in school history and won its ninth straight Big East regular season game...Pitt improved to 9-0 vs. top-5 ranked teams at the Petersen Events Center...Pitt won a series-best fifth consecutive game vs. Syracuse, eighth in its last nine tries and improved to 13-3 vs. the Orange since the 2001-02 season...The crowd of 12,925 set Pitt’s single season on-campus attendance record. SYRACUSE 66 (18-1, 5-1 Big East) tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g JACKSON, Rick-f 5 11 0 0 SOUTHERLAND, James-f 3 8 2 5 MELO, Fab-c 0 1 0 0 JARDINE, Scoop-g 4 13 4 7 TRICHE, Brandon-g 4 9 1 4 WAITERS, Dion 3 9 1 4 FAIR, C.J. 6 13 0 0 KEITA, Baye 0 0 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 25 64 8 20 Percentages: FG%: 39.1%; 3FG%: 40.0%; FT%: PITT 74 (18-1, 6-0 Big East) tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g BROWN, Gilbert-f 5 8 1 4 ROBINSON, Nasir-f 8 12 0 0 McGHEE, Gary-c 1 2 0 0 GIBBS, Ashton-g 4 13 3 6 WANAMAKER, Brad-g 5 10 1 1 WOODALL, Travon 1 5 1 4 TAYLOR, Dante 1 4 0 0 PATTERSON, Lamar 1 1 0 0 ZANNA, Talib 1 1 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 27 56 6 15 Percentages: FG%: 48.2%; 3FG%: 40.0%; FT%:

ft 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 0

fta 0 0 0 2 3 2 8 0

8 15 53.3%.

ft 1 5 2 0 4 2 0 0 0

fta 2 8 2 0 6 2 0 0 0

14 20 70.0%.

rebounds of de tot 2 9 11 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 6 5 4 9 0 0 0 2 1 3 10 20 30

ppf 3 3 1 1 4 2 1 0

tpp 10 8 0 12 11 9 16 0

a 2 4 0 4 0 3 0 0

15 66 13

to blk 1 3 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 0

s 3 0 0 1 0 2 0 0

min 39 38 2 31 23 25 36 6

7

6

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No. 5 PITT 80, DEPAUL 50 January 22, 2011 „ AllState Arena „ Chicago, Ill.

Pitt registered its ninth straight win and its largest Big East road victory in defeating DePaul by 30 points...Pitt improved to 7-0 in Big East play for the first time in school history and 19-1 overall, which tied for the school’s second-best start after 20 contests...Pitt trailed 14-12 but used a 7-0 run, then a 9-2 run to take a 15-point hafltime lead...Pitt’s 15-point halftime margin (38-23) tied for the second largest Big East road halftime lead in school history...DePaul cut Pitt’s lead to as few as seven points but the Panthers answered with an 183 run...Ashton Gibbs became the 38th player in school history to surpass the 1,000-point career mark...Gary McGhee grabbed a career-high 15 rebounds. PITT 80 (19-1, 7-0 Big East) tot-fg Player y fgg fga g BROWN, Gilbert-f 6 12 ROBINSON, Nasir-f 4 10 McGHEE, Gary-c 1 3 GIBBS, Ashton-g 4 10 WANAMAKER, Brad-g 3 6 WOODALL, Travon 2 3 TAYLOR, Dante 3 5 RIVERS, Nick 0 1 NWANKWO, Aron 0 0 PATTERSON, Lamar 2 3 ZANNA, Talib 0 0 MOORE, J.J. 3 6 RICHARDSON, J.J. 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 28 59

3-pt fgg fga g 2 4 0 0 0 0 3 5 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 7

13

ft 3 0 3 2 3 3 0 0 0 1 0 2 0

fta 5 0 6 2 5 4 1 0 0 2 0 2 0

17

27

rebounds of de tot 4 0 4 3 5 8 3 12 15 0 3 3 0 4 4 0 1 1 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 2 15 33 48

ppf tpp 1 17 2 8 2 5 0 13 2 9 5 8 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 6 2 0 0 8 0 0

a 0 2 0 3 9 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

to blk 0 0 2 0 1 1 2 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

s 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0

min 27 26 23 33 32 15 15 1 1 13 5 7 2

1

8

200

rebounds of de tot p tpp a to blk pf 2 3 5 3 11 2 2 3 2 5 7 3 8 2 2 0 0 4 4 2 3 4 1 0 0 1 1 1 6 4 2 0 0 4 4 2 5 0 2 0 0 2 2 5 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 1 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 2 4 4 8 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 4 8 25 33 21 50 16 14 3

s 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

min 29 29 33 32 28 11 13 1 21 3

6

200

16 80 18 11

Percentages: FG%: 47.5%; 3FG%: 53.8%; FT%: 63.0%. rebounds of de tot 1 6 7 3 4 7 2 11 13 0 2 2 1 4 5 1 3 4 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 3 11 33 44

DePAUL 50 (6-13, 0-7 Big East) ppf 3 1 0 1 4 2 2 0 0 1 14

tpp 12 21 4 11 15 5 2 2 2

a 4 2 1 1 6 3 0 1 0

to blk 3 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 74 18 13 5

s 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1

min 33 29 27 33 31 18 13 9 7

3

200

Player y MELVIN, Cleveland-f FABER, Krys-c KELLY, Jeremiah-g YOUNG, Brandon-g DREW, Jimmy-g BIZOUKAS, Michael STOVALL, Mike STULA, Mario FREELAND, Tony McGHEE, Edwind TEAM Totals..............

tot-fg 3-pt fgg fga g ft 0 0 3 0 0 2 1 3 0 0 3 0 1 4 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

fgg 4 3 1 3 2 0 2 1 3 0

fga g 13 7 4 11 5 1 8 1 5 0

19

55

4

14

8

fta 4 4 0 1 1 2 0 0 3 0 15

Officials: John Cahill (R), Karl Hess, James Breeding; Technical fouls: Syracuse-None. PITT-TEAM; Attendance: 12925.

Percentages: FG%: 34.5%; 3FG%: 28.6%; FT%: 53.3%.

Score byy Periods Syracuse Pitt

Officials: Pat Driscoll, Brian O’Connell, Lamar Simpson; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 8325. Score byy Periods 1st 2nd Total T Pitt 38 42 80 DePaul 23 27 50

21

1st 2nd Total T 27 39 66 31 43 74

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No. 15 NOTRE DAME 56, No. 2 PITT 51 January 24, 2011 „ Petersen Events Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

Ben Hansbrough scored six of Notre Dame’s final seven points as the Fighting Irish held on to defeat Pitt...Notre Dame used a 9-2 run capped by Carleton Scott’s four point play to build a five-point lead (46-41) with 7:12 left in the game...Scott hit 5-6 3-pointers in the game for 16 points...It was his first game back after missing the previous three with an injury...Hansbrough gave UND the lead for good on a 3-point play with 8:29 left...Pitt cut the lead to one point on an Ashton Gibbs jumper with 5:47 left but that was as close as the Panthers came as Pitt missed four of its last five field goal attempts in the game...Pitt led 28-23 at halftime after it hit 5-10 3-pointers and outrebounded the Irish 18-12...Pitt’s 51 points marked its lowest scoring output of the season...Notre Dame defeated Pitt for the third straight game and fourth time in the last five contests...The loss ended several Pitt win streaks: nine-game win streak, a 10-game streak vs. Big East regular season opponents and a 20-game home win streak...Pitt’s last home loss was to Georgetown on Jan. 20, 2010...Pitt dropped to 3-2 vs. top-25 opponents on the year and 14-5 vs. top-25 opponents at the Petersen Events Center. NOTRE DAME 56 (17-4, 6-3 Big East) tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g NASH, Tyrone-f 1 2 0 0 ABROMAITIS, Tim-f 0 0 0 0 SCOTT, Carleton-f 5 11 5 6 MARTIN, Scott-g 3 10 3 6 HANSBROUGH, Ben-g 8 14 1 6 ATKINS, Eric 1 1 0 0 COOLEY, Jack 1 1 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 19 39 9 18

ft 3 2 1 1 2 0 0

fta 5 2 1 2 3 0 0

9

13

rebounds of de tot 1 3 4 1 1 2 3 6 9 0 1 1 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 7 16 23

ppf tpp 2 5 1 2 2 16 2 10 3 19 0 2 2 2

a 2 0 0 1 7 1 0

to blk 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 2 12 56 11 10 4

s 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

min 30 29 34 36 39 22 10

2

200

fgg 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 0 0

3-pt fga g 4 0 0 5 4 2 0 0 0

ft 6 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

fta 6 4 4 0 0 0 2 0 0

6

15

9

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No. 2 PITT 65, RUTGERS 62 January 29, 2011 „ Louis Brown Athletic Center „ Piscataway, N.J.

After Rutgers cut Pitt’s six point lead down to one point (58-57) on a Mike Coburn free throw, Ashton Gibbs swished a 25-foot 3-pointer to give Pitt a 61-57 lead with 55 seconds to play...Coburn converted two free throws, Rutgers forced a turnover and a Robert Lumpkins layup cut Pitt’s lead to 63-62 with 21 seconds...Brad Wanamaker’s two free throws sealed the win for Pitt...Rutgers had one last chance to tie but a Dane Miller 3-pointer missed its mark...Pitt scored 12 of its final 15 points from the free throw line and converted 18 of its final 20 free throws over the game’s final 17 minutes to secure the win...Pitt shot just 29.7 percent (7-24) in the first half...Gibbs finished with 20 or more points for the eighth time on the season...Pitt shot a seasonlow 35.6 percent from the floor but hit 80 percent (28-35) of its free throws...Pitt defeated Rutgers in Piscataway for the sixth consecutive time...Pitt won its 20th game for the 10th straight season and 18th time in school history. PITT 65 (20-2, 8-1 Big East) tot-fg Player y fgg fga g BROWN, Gilbert-f 1 3 ROBINSON, Nasir-f 2 7 5 McGHEE, Gary-c 4 GIBBS, Ashton-g 7 14 WANAMAKER, Brad-g 1 7 WOODALL, Travon 0 6 TAYLOR, Dante 0 1 PATTERSON, Lamar 1 2 ZANNA, Talib 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 16 45

3-pt fgg fga g 1 2 0 0 0 0 4 9 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

16

ft 6 0 5 6 7 2 2 0 0

fta 6 1 10 6 8 2 2 0 0

28

35

rebounds of de tot 1 4 5 2 1 3 1 7 8 2 2 4 1 3 4 0 2 2 0 3 3 3 3 6 0 1 1 1 2 3 11 28 39

ppf tpp 2 9 1 4 5 13 2 24 3 9 0 2 2 2 3 2 0 0

a 1 1 1 0 3 1 0 1 0

18 65

8 11

rebounds of de tot 4 2 6 4 1 5 3 4 7 1 0 1 0 5 5 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 13 16 29

ppf tpp 2 13 3 4 1 5 2 9 1 12 2 6 1 2 2 0 0 0

a 1 1 0 2 3 2 0 0 0

to blk 0 2 1 0 0 1 2 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0

min 35 30 26 33 36 18 13 6 3

14 51

9

8

4

200

3

RUTGERS 62 (12-9, 3-6 Big East) tot-fg Player y fgg fga g MITCHELL, Jonathan-f 4 11 BIRUTA, Gilvydas-f 1 4 BEATTY, James-g 3 9 MILLER, Dane-g 3 8 COBURN, Mike-g 4 7 CARROLL, Austin 0 0 LUMPKINS, Robert 4 8 JOHNSON, Austin 0 4 POOLE, Mike 3 6 TEAM Totals.............. 22 57

3-pt fgg fga g 0 3 0 0 3 9 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 5

18

ft 4 0 0 3 4 0 2 0 0

fta 5 1 0 4 6 0 2 0 0

13

18

rebounds of de tot 1 6 7 0 1 1 0 3 3 1 2 3 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 2 3 5 3 8 9 21 30

ppf tpp 1 12 5 2 4 9 4 9 3 12 2 0 2 12 2 0 3 6

a 0 0 2 1 7 0 0 0 1

26 62 11

Percentages: FG%: 40.0%; 3FG%: 40.0%; FT%: 56.3%.

Percentages: FG%: 38.6%; 3FG%: 27.8%; FT%: 72.2%.

Officials: Ed Corbett (R), Michael Stephens, Tony Greene; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 12591.

Officials: Jim Burr, Bill McCarthy, Earl Walton; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 8024.

Score byy Periods Notre Dame Pitt

Score byy Periods Pitt Rutgers

1st 2nd Total T 23 33 56 28 23 51

to blk 3 0 1 2 0 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0

s 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0

min 32 23 22 34 32 20 17 18 2

6

4

200

to blk 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 1

s 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0

min 32 9 36 31 34 4 17 21 16

6

5

200

Percentages: FG%: 35.6%; 3FG%: 31.3%; FT%: 80.0%.

Percentages: FG%: 48.7%; 3FG%: 50.0%; FT%: 69.2%. PITT 51 (19-2, 7-1 Big East) tot-fg Player y fgg fga g BROWN, Gilbert-f 3 7 ROBINSON, Nasir-f 1 4 McGHEE, Gary-c 2 4 GIBBS, Ashton-g 4 13 WANAMAKER, Brad-g 5 12 WOODALL, Travon 2 2 TAYLOR, Dante 1 3 PATTERSON, Lamar 0 0 ZANNA, Talib 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 18 45

127

1st 2nd Total T 27 38 65 28 34 62

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No. 4 PITT 71, CINCINNATI 59 February 5, 2011 „ Petersen Events Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

Pitt took an early 10-2 lead and entered halftime with a 17-point advantage (40-23) following a 16-4 run to close the half...Pitt opened the second half with back-to-back 3-pointers from Ashton Gibbs and Gilbert Brown to lead by 23 points, its largest lead of the game...Cincinnati, playing without suspended forward Yancy Gates, cut the deficit to as few as eight points (67-59) but that was as close as the Bearcats came...Gibbs (5-5 3FG) tied a career-high with 25 points including 18 in the first half...Gibbs went over 20 points for the second consecutive game, ninth time on the year and 20th time in his career...Cincinnati finished with 23 offensive rebounds, the most yielded by Pitt in the last 10 years and Jamie Dixon Era...Pitt avoided losing back-to-back games at the Petersen Events Center...That feat has only occurred two times in the arena’s history during the 2004-05 season..Pitt’s 9-1 record ties its best-ever start to a Big East regular season...Pitt also began 9-1 in 2006-07.

After scoring a season-low 23 first half points, Pitt shot 60.7 percent (17-28), committed only three turnovers and outscored WVU 48-41 in the second half to register the win...Following a Deniz Kilicli’s 3-point play that cut Pitt’s lead to one point (59-58) with 4:03 remaining, the Panthers went on a 12-4 run sparked by layups from Gilbert Brown and Brad Wanamaker layup and a 3-point play from Brown which gave Pitt a six point lead (66-60) with 1:10 left...Nasir Robinson’s dunk with 19 seconds to go capped the run as Pitt led 7162...Starting in place of Ashton Gibbs, who was sidelined with an MCL injury, Travon Woodall gave Pitt the lead for good with a jumper (47-46 with 8:17 to go), then followed with a key 3-pointer...Pitt trailed by two points at halftime after converting only 29 pct. of its first half field goals...Pitt won its 10th conference game for the 10th consecutive season...Pitt’s 10-1 start matches its best-ever Big East regular season start (200607)...Pitt improved to 5-0 on the road.

CINCINNATI 59 (18-5, 5-5 Big East) tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g ft WILKS, Darnell-f 1 4 0 0 2 BISHOP, Rashad-f 2 10 1 2 0 THOMAS, Ibrahima-f 2 5 0 1 3 WRIGHT, Cashmere-g 1 6 0 1 4 DIXON, Dion-g 0 4 0 0 0 JACKSON, Justin 4 6 0 0 0 DAVIS, Larry 6 17 1 7 0 KILPATRICK, Sean 2 6 0 2 2 McCLAIN, Anthony 3 4 0 0 4 PARKER, Jaquon 0 1 0 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 21 63 2 13 15

PITT 71 (22-2, 10-1 Big East) tot-fg Player y fgg fga g BROWN, Gilbert-f 3 8 ROBINSON, Nasir-f 7 12 McGHEE, Gary-c 5 6 WOODALL, Travon-g 4 11 WANAMAKER, Brad-g 5 13 TAYLOR, Dante 1 1 PATTERSON, Lamar 1 4 ZANNA, Talib 0 2 MOORE, J.J. 0 2 TEAM Totals.............. 26 59

fta 3 0 4 6 0 1 0 2 7 0 23

rebounds of de tot p tpp a to blk pf 3 2 5 5 4 0 1 1 3 1 4 3 5 2 0 2 3 3 6 4 7 0 0 1 0 4 4 3 6 3 4 0 1 1 2 1 0 3 2 0 4 2 6 5 8 2 4 1 2 0 2 2 13 0 1 0 1 3 4 1 6 0 1 0 4 0 4 1 10 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 2 23 17 40 25 59 10 16 6

s 0 3 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0

min 16 32 21 26 22 17 25 11 23 7

8

200

PITT 71 (21-2, 9-1 Big East) tot-fg Player y fgg fga g BROWN, Gilbert-f 3 6 ROBINSON, Nasir-f 2 4 McGHEE, Gary-c 2 8 GIBBS, Ashton-g 7 11 WANAMAKER, Brad-g 4 8 WOODALL, Travon 2 4 ZANNA, Talib 1 3 MOORE, J.J. 1 3 RICHARDSON, J.J. 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 22 47

fgg 2 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0

3-pt fga g 3 0 0 5 3 2 0 2 0

ft 3 3 2 6 0 3 1 2 0

fta 4 4 3 6 4 5 4 2 0

7

15

20

32

rebounds of de tot 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 9 13 0 1 1 2 5 7 0 3 3 2 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 4 14 24 38

ppf tpp 2 11 3 7 0 6 2 25 3 8 4 7 2 3 0 4 4 0

a 3 3 0 2 3 4 0 0 0

to blk 1 0 2 0 1 4 2 0 4 1 2 0 4 0 1 0 1 0

20 71 15 18

5

200

Percentages: FG%: 44.2%; 3FG%: 23.5%; FT%: 84.2%.

fta 2 14 1 2 6 2 0 0 3

1

10

20

30

Score byy Periods Pitt West Virginia

26

rebounds of de tot 1 2 3 3 4 7 2 3 5 1 0 1 0 4 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 7 9 19 28

ppf tpp 3 4 2 15 4 6 3 8 3 21 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 2

a 4 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

20 57

8 10

ft 1 1 7 4 2 0 0 0

fta 1 2 8 5 4 0 0 0

15

20

rebounds of de tot 1 3 4 0 6 6 4 6 10 3 0 3 2 2 4 0 2 2 1 0 1 1 2 3 1 2 3 13 23 36

ppf 3 3 4 2 5 0 1 5

tpp 10 1 15 13 11 2 0 2

23 54

a 1 0 0 2 2 1 0 0

to blk 5 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

to blk 3 0 0 1 2 4 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

6 12

ft 0 1 3 2 5 2 1 2

fta 0 2 5 2 5 2 1 2

16

19

ppf 3 2 4 1 2 5 0 0 1

tpp 9 15 13 12 11 5 4 0 2

a 3 0 1 3 3 0 2 0 0

to blk 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0

s 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0

min 28 33 24 36 35 16 15 7 6

2

3

200

to blk 0 0 3 1 1 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 2 0 0

s 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0

min 15 39 27 29 27 24 26 13

4

200

18 71 12 10

rebounds of de tot 0 0 0 5 3 8 0 5 5 0 4 4 1 1 2 0 3 3 0 2 2 0 1 1 2 1 3 8 20 28

ppf tpp 3 2 4 12 4 5 4 4 1 9 1 7 3 19 2 8

a 1 1 3 2 4 1 2 2

22 66 16 10

5

6

1st 2nd Total T 23 48 71 25 41 66

No. 4 PITT 67, USF 55 February 16, 2011 „ Petersen Events Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

Pitt led 45-44 with 10:05 left in the game before it went on an 18-3 run to take a commanding 63-47 lead...The run was fueled by an eight point spurt which included a 3-point play from Gary McGhee, a Brad Wanamaker 3-pointer and a Nasir Robinson layup...Pitt used a 16-4 first half run sparked by Talib Zanna to build a 10point lead...Robinson finished with third consecutive double figure scoring game and third double-double of the year...Zanna scored all 11 of his points in the first half...Pitt outrebounded USF 40-18...Pitt won its fifth straight game and improved to 12-1 in Big East play for the first time in school history...Pitt’s 24-2 record marks its best-ever record after 26 games played...Pitt won its 25th of its last 27 home Big East games...With his 212th career win, Jamie Dixon pulled to within one win of tying the NCAA Division I record for most alltime wins after eight seasons as a head coach...Ashton Gibbs missed his third game with a knee injury.

s 1 2 1 0 2 0 1 0 0

min 35 38 27 25 38 12 14 2 8

USF 55 (8-19, 2-12 Big East) tot-fg Player y fgg fga g ANDERSON, Ron-f 0 2 FITZPATRICK, Toarlyn-c 2 4 POLAND, Jawanza-g 0 3 CRATER, Anthony-g 2 3 ROBERTSON, Hugh-g 4 6 NORIEGA, Shaun 4 9 BURWELL, Mike 1 2 GILCHRIST, Augustus 3 7 FAMOUS, Jarrid 4 6 TEAM Totals.............. 20 42

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Percentages: FG%: 47.6%; 3FG%: 46.2%; FT%: 75.0%.

Percentages: FG%: 39.1%; 3FG%: 10.0%; FT%: 66.7%. VILLANOVA 54 (19-6, 7-5 Big East) tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g PENA, Antonio-f 4 13 1 1 ARMWOOD, Isaiah-f 0 0 0 0 YAROU, Mouphtaou-c 4 7 0 0 WAYNS, Maalik-g 4 12 1 4 FISHER, Corey-g 4 7 1 3 CHEEK, Dominic 1 7 0 5 SUTTON, Maurice 0 0 0 0 BELL, James 1 4 0 2 TEAM Totals.............. 18 50 3 15

rebounds of de tot 2 0 2 5 3 8 5 1 6 0 2 2 1 8 9 2 4 6 1 2 3 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 18 22 40

fouls: Pitt-TAYLOR, Dante. West Virginia-PEPPER, Officials: Tim Higgins, Karl Hess, Mike Roberts; Technical T Dalton; Attendance: 14175.

Sparked by a Travon Woodall 3-pointer, Pitt used an 8-0 run to take a 42-34 lead with 12:12 left...Outscoring Villanova 15-2 early in the second half, Pitt never trailed again and withstood two late Villanova 3-point attempts for the victory...Pitt extended its lead to 11 points (52-41) on a Dante Taylor free throw...Villanova used an 8-0 run of its own to cut the deficit down to three points (52-49) with 3:09 to go, but Pitt’s Brad Wanamaker silenced the run with a 3-point play...Trailing by three points with 13 seconds left, Villanova missed on two 3-point attempts to give Pitt the win...Wanamaker became the 39th player in school history to score over 1,000 points and eighth player in to record over 1,000 points and 400 assists in a career...Pitt improved to 11-1 in Big East play for the first time in school history...Pitt ended Villanova’s 46-game win streak at the Pavilion and ended its six-game losing streak to the Wildcats at the Pavilion...Pitt won its seventh straight road game, improved to 6-0 on the road and won its 19th in its last 25 road games...Pitt won its fifth straight road game vs. a top-10 ranked team. ft 2 9 0 1 5 1 0 0 2

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8

No. 4 PITT 57, No. 9 VILLANOVA 54

fgg 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

18

min 31 21 33 36 29 20 15 8 7

February 12, 2011 „ The Pavilion „ Villanova, Pa.

3-pt fga g 3 0 0 5 1 0 1 0 0

6

fta 6 2 4 4 1 4 2 0 3

s 2 1 0 0 2 0 2 1 0

Officials: Pat Driscoll (R), Sean Corbin, Earl Walton; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 12615. Score byy Periods 1st 2nd Total T Cincinnati 23 36 59 Pitt 40 31 71

PITT 57 (23-2, 11-1 Big East) tot-fg Player y fgg fga g BROWN, Gilbert-f 1 7 ROBINSON, Nasir-f 3 6 McGHEE, Gary-c 3 4 3 8 WOODALL, Travon-g WANAMAKER, Brad-g 8 15 TAYLOR, Dante 0 0 PATTERSON, Lamar 0 2 ZANNA, Talib 0 1 MOORE, J.J. 0 3 TEAM Totals.............. 18 46

1

ft 3 1 3 3 1 3 2 0 2

WEST VIRGINIA 66 (15-8, 6-5 Big East) tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g THOROUGHMAN, Cam-f 1 0 0 1 JONES, Kevin-f 5 11 1 4 FLOWERS, John-f 1 4 0 1 MAZZULLA, Joe-g 1 3 0 0 BRYANT, Darryl-g 2 8 0 4 MITCHELL, Casey 2 10 1 6 KILICLI, Deniz 9 13 0 0 PEPPER, Dalton 2 2 2 2 TEAM Totals.............. 23 52 4 17

Percentages: FG%: 46.8%; 3FG%: 46.7%; FT%: 62.5%.

25

3-pt fgg fga g 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

Percentages: FG%: 44.1%; 3FG%: 16.7%; FT%: 69.2%.

Percentages: FG%: 33.3%; 3FG%: 15.4%; FT%: 65.2%.

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No. 4 PITT 71, No. 25 WEST VIRGINIA 66 February 7, 2011 „ WVU Coliseum „ Morgantown, W.Va.

s 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1

min 38 29 33 34 25 16 8 18

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PITT 67 (24-2, 12-1 Big East) tot-fg Player y fgg fga g BROWN, Gilbert-f 4 12 ROBINSON, Nasir-f 5 9 McGHEE, Gary-c 4 7 WOODALL, Travon-g 3 9 WANAMAKER, Brad-g 3 8 TAYLOR, Dante 1 2 PATTERSON, Lamar 0 0 ZANNA, Talib 5 6 MOORE, J.J. 0 1 RICHARDSON, J.J. 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 25 54

3-pt fgg fga g 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 3 7 1 2 0 0 0 0

ft 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 4 2

fta 0 2 0 0 1 0 2 5 2

6

9

12

13

3-pt fgg fga g 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

8

ft 2 3 1 0 6 0 2 1 0 0

fta 2 6 3 0 6 0 2 2 0 0

15

21

rebounds of de tot 0 3 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 7 7 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 3 15 18

to blk 1 0 0 0 3 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 2 2 1 21 55 10 15 3

s 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0

min 15 26 10 37 35 23 13 19 22

5

200

rebounds of de tot 5 2 7 4 6 10 3 4 7 0 3 3 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 2 5 18 22 40

ppf 1 3 3 0 1 3 1 1 1 0

s 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0

min 34 21 29 34 34 10 15 15 5 3

5

200

ppf tpp 3 0 4 6 3 0 1 5 1 9 1 11 1 4 4 10 3 10

tpp 11 13 9 6 13 2 2 11 0 0

a 0 0 1 6 2 1 0 0 0

a 4 0 1 5 5 0 1 1 0 0

to blk 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

14 67 17 12

1

Percentages: FG%: 36.0%; 3FG%: 20.0%; FT%: 75.0%.

Percentages: FG%: 46.3%; 3FG%: 25.0%; FT%: 71.4%.

Officials: Jim Burr, James Breeding, Bryan Kersey; Technical fouls: Pitt-ROBINSON, Nasir. VU-FISHER, Corey; ARMWOOD, Isaiah; Attendance: 6500. Score byy Periods 1st 2nd Total T Pitt 23 34 57 Villanova 27 27 54

Officials: Bob Donato (R), Earl Walton, Bill McCarthy; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 12519. Score byy Periods USF Pitt

1st 2nd Total T 29 26 55 36 31 67

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ST. JOHN’S 60, No. 4 PITT 59 February 19, 2011 „ Madison Square Garden „ New YYork, N.Y.

No. 4 PITT 71, WEST VIRGINIA 58 February 24, 2011 „ Petersen Events Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

Dwight Hardy converted a baseline layup with two seconds left to give St. John’s a 60-59 win...Pitt led 5651 with 3:30 to play on a Brad Wanamaker jumper...In the game’s final 3:20, Pitt was called for four fouls and St. John’s converted 10-12 free throws during that span...A Hardy free throw tied the game at 56-56 with 48 seconds to go, then Paris Horne rebounded the second shot to maintain possession of the ball...On a drive to the basket, Hardy was fouled and hit two free throws with 28 seconds to give SJU a two-point lead...Pitt’s Travon Woodall hit a 3-pointer to give Pitt a 59-58 lead with 14 seconds to go...Pitt’s 27 personal fouls marked a team season-high...Ashton Gibbs finished with a career-high 26 points and tied a career-high with six 3pointers...The nation’s last undefeated team on the road, Pitt dropped to 6-1 on the road and ended a sevengame road win streak...The seven-game road win streak ranked as the second longest in school history.

Pitt hit five of its first six field goals to open up the second half on a 17-5 run...The run gave Pitt a commanding 47-36 lead with 11:43 to go...Lamar Patterson sparked Pitt as he scored the first five points in the rally...Pitt led by as many as 17 points with five minutes to go...Pitt shot 65.2 percent (15-23) in the second half...WVU led 31-30 at halftime, taking the lead on a layup by Cam Thoroughman...Gilbert Brown scored all 11 of his points in the first half...Pitt’s Patterson matched or surpassed career-highs for points (11), assists (5) and minutes played (22)...Pitt swept its two-game series with West Virginia for the third time in the last five seasons...Pitt won its 10th out of 11 vs. WVU played in Pittsburgh and improved to 7-1 vs. WVU at the PEC...Pitt won 25 games for the sixth consecutive season and reached the 13 league wins for only the fifth time in school history...The attendance of 12,876 ranked as the fifth largest on-campus crowd in school history.

PITT 59 (24-3, 12-2 Big East) tot-fg Player y fgg fga g BROWN, Gilbert-f 1 5 ROBINSON, Nasir-f 3 4 McGHEE, Gary-c 3 5 2 8 WOODALL, Travon-g WANAMAKER, Brad-g 2 7 TAYLOR, Dante 2 3 GIBBS, Ashton 8 14 PATTERSON, Lamar 0 0 ZANNA, Talib 0 0 RICHARDSON, J.J. 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 21 46

fgg 0 0 0 1 0 0 6 0 0 0

3-pt fga g 3 0 0 5 1 0 9 0 0 0

ft 1 0 1 1 2 1 4 0 0 0

fta 1 3 3 2 2 3 4 0 0 0

7

18

10

18

rebounds of de tot 1 4 5 1 1 2 2 3 5 0 3 3 1 3 4 1 3 4 1 2 3 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 2 3 9 22 31

ppf tpp a to blk 2 3 2 2 0 4 6 2 5 0 4 7 0 1 1 4 6 4 4 0 2 6 4 3 0 2 5 1 0 0 4 26 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 27 59 14 16 1

min 20 29 20 33 32 19 34 4 8 1

Player y THOROUGHMAN, Cam-f JONES, Kevin-f FLOWERS, John-f MAZZULLA, Joe-g BRYANT, Darryl-g MITCHELL, Casey KILICLI, Deniz PEPPER, Dalton TEAM Totals..............

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Percentages: FG%: 33.3%; 3FG%: 46.7%; FT%: 73.9%.

s 0 2 1 3 0 2 0 0 0

min 11 24 26 32 30 23 18 2 34

PITT 71 (25-3, 13-2 Big East) tot-fg Player y fgg fga g BROWN, Gilbert-f 4 7 ROBINSON, Nasir-f 6 8 McGHEE, Gary-c 3 3 GIBBS, Ashton-g 4 8 WANAMAKER, Brad-g 3 9 WOODALL, Travon 1 3 TAYLOR, Dante 1 2 PATTERSON, Lamar 4 6 RICHARDSON, J.J. 1 1 TEAM Totals.............. 27 47

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Percentages: FG%: 57.4%; 3FG%: 35.7%; FT%: 60.0%.

Percentages: FG%: 45.7%; 3FG%: 38.9%; FT%: 55.6%. ST. JOHN’S 60 (17-9, 9-5 Big East) tot-fg Player y fgg fga g POLEE II, Dwayne-f 1 1 KENNEDY, D.J.-f 2 5 BROWNLEE, Justin-f 2 5 HARDY, Dwight-g 4 10 HORNE, Paris-g 0 4 BOOTHE, Malik 1 3 EVANS, Sean 1 3 COKER, Dele 0 0 BURRELL, Justin 6 9 TEAM Totals.............. 17 40

fgg 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

3-pt fga g 0 2 1 3 1 0 0 0 0

ft 0 6 1 10 0 2 1 0 3

fta 0 6 2 12 0 2 2 1 7

3

7

23

32

rebounds of de tot 0 1 1 2 5 7 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 3 0 2 2 0 3 3 1 1 2 2 6 8 1 3 4 8 23 31

ppf 0 4 2 2 2 3 1 0 3 1 18

tpp 2 11 6 19 0 4 3 0 15

a 1 0 2 1 2 4 0 0 1

to blk 1 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 2

60 11 13

2

WEST VIRGINIA 58 (17-10, 8-7 Big East) Tot-fg 3-pt fgg fga g fgg fga g 1 2 0 0 4 13 1 2 0 4 0 2 3 7 0 0 2 10 2 4 5 11 4 6 1 1 0 0 1 3 0 1

s 0 2 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0

17

51

7

15

3-pt fgg fga g 3 4 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 5

14

ft 3 0 0 3 2 8 0 1

fta 5 0 0 6 2 8 1 1

17

23

ft 0 3 0 0 5 1 0 3 0

fta 0 7 0 1 6 2 0 4 0

12

20

rebounds of de tot 2 2 4 1 1 2 1 4 5 2 4 6 1 1 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 2 4 3 2 5 12 18 30

rebounds of de tot 0 2 2 1 1 2 1 3 4 0 2 2 1 6 7 0 4 4 3 2 5 1 2 3 0 2 2 1 1 2 8 25 33

ppf tpp 3 5 4 9 3 0 1 9 1 8 2 22 5 2 1 3

to blk 0 0 1 1 1 3 1 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0

s 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

min 31 29 26 34 30 24 12 14

20 58 11

9

4

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200

ppf 5 4 2 1 3 4 2 2 0

to blk 4 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 2

s 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

min 19 22 26 36 31 22 14 22 8

8

3

200

tpp 11 15 6 9 11 4 2 11 2

a 3 0 1 3 2 1 1 0

a 3 0 0 1 8 6 0 5 0

23 71 23

8

Percentages: FG%: 42.5%; 3FG%: 42.9%; FT%: 71.9%.

Officials: John Cahill (R), Pat Driscoll, Jamie Luckie; Technical fouls: West Virginia-None. PITT-BROWN, Gilbert; Attendance: 12876. fouls: Pitt-TEAM. SJU-KENNED SJU-KENNEDY, Officials: James Breeding, John Gaffney, Mike Roberts; Technical T Y, D.J.; TEAM; Attendance: 14514. Score byy Periods 1st 2nd Total T Score byy Periods 1st 2nd Total T West Virginia 31 27 58 Pitt 27 32 59 Pitt 30 41 71 St. John’s 26 34 60

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No. 16 LOUISVILLE 62, No. 4 PITT 59 (OT) February 27, 2011 „ KFC YYum! Center „ Louisville, Ky. K

In overtime, Louisville outscored Pitt 6-3, using a Kyle Kuric 3-pointer and a Terrence Jennings free throw to build a four-point lead...After Gary McGhee cut the lead to three (60-57 with 1:45 to go) on 1-2 free throws, a Kuric dunk gave UL a five -point advantage before Louisville was issued technical foul with one second left...Three times in regulation’s final four minutes, Brad Wanamaker tied the score with jump shots, the final one coming with 17 seconds left after UL’s Preston Knowles gave the Cardinals the lead with a jumper...UL had two field goal attempts to win the game in the final 17 seconds of regulation, but Wanamaker blocked a layup with two seconds to send the game into overtime...Pitt used 56 percent second half shooting to battle back into the game...Pitt battled back from a 12-point first half deficit and trailed by nine at halftime (31-22) after shooting just 32 percent (8-25) in the first half and undergoing an 11-minute stretch without scoring a field goal...Gilbert Brown scored over 20 points for the fifth time in his career...Pitt and Louisville played into overtime for the third time in four meetings. PITT 59 (25-4, 13-3 Big East) tot-fg Player y fgg fga g BROWN, Gilbert-f 8 15 ROBINSON, Nasir-f 1 7 McGHEE, Gary-c 1 1 GIBBS, Ashton-g 3 11 WANAMAKER, Brad-g 6 12 WOODALL, Travon 2 5 TAYLOR, Dante 1 1 PATTERSON, Lamar 0 1 RICHARDSON, J.J. 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 22 53

fgg 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

3-pt fga g 4 0 0 6 3 1 0 0 0

ft 2 1 1 6 1 0 0 0 0

fta 5 2 2 7 2 0 0 2 0

4

14

11

20

rebounds of de tot 0 5 5 1 1 2 1 8 9 0 1 1 4 8 12 0 3 3 2 2 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 8 31 39

ppf tpp 3 20 2 3 2 3 2 14 3 13 3 4 2 2 0 0 0 0

a 2 1 0 0 6 2 0 1 0

to blk 1 0 5 0 1 2 1 0 4 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 17 59 12 16 5

s 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0

min 41 20 31 40 41 26 14 11 1

5

225

Percentages: FG%: 41.5%; 3FG%: 28.6%; FT%: 55.0%. LOUISVILLE 62 (22-7, 11-5 Big East) tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g KURIC, Kyle-f 5 12 2 7 VAN TREESE, Stephan-f 2 2 0 0 JENNINGS, Terrence-c 1 7 0 0 KNOWLES, Preston-g 3 12 1 8 SIVA, Peyton-g 4 9 0 1 BUCKLES, Rakeem 0 2 0 1 SMITH, Chris 2 7 2 5 DIENG, Gorgui 2 4 0 0 MARRA, Mike 3 9 3 8 TEAM Totals.............. 22 64 8 30

ft 0 0 1 1 6 0 0 0 2

fta 0 0 2 2 6 0 0 0 3

10

13

rebounds of de tot 3 4 7 2 4 6 1 5 6 1 4 5 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 4 6 1 2 3 1 1 2 11 27 38

ppf 1 2 0 4 2 1 3 2 2 1 18

tpp 12 4 3 8 14 0 6 4 11

a 0 0 0 7 3 0 3 2 3

62 18

to blk 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0

s 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 1

min 38 15 30 41 39 3 17 16 26

9

7

225

2

Percentages: FG%: 34.4%; 3FG%: 26.7%; FT%: 76.9%. Officials: Les Jones, Michael Stephens, Bryan Kersey; Technical fouls: Pitt-None. Louisville-TEAM; Attendance: 22758. Score byy Periods 1st 2nd OT Total T Pitt 22 34 3 59 Louisville 31 25 6 62

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No. 4 PITT 66, USF 50 March 2, 2011 „ Sun Dome „ Tampa, Fla.

With the win, Pitt clinched at least a share of the Big East regular season title...Trailing by three points at halftime, Pitt outscored USF 23-7 over the second half’s first 10 minutes while converting 10 of its first 11 shots...Pitt used a 12-0 run to build a nine-point (38-29) advantage with 15:04 left in the game while receiving six points from Gary McGhee and four points from Nasir Robinson...In the second half, Pitt shot 60 percent (17-28)...Pitt hit four consecutive 3-pointers in four straight possessions (Ashton Gibbs, 3), extending its lead to as many as 21 points...Robinson registered his sixth career double-double...Jamie Dixon set an NCAA Division I record for most wins over the first eight years of a coaching career with his 214th victory...Brad Wanamaker became one of only two players in school history to surpass 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 400 assists in a career...Pitt’s 16-point win ranked as the 12th largest Big East road win in school history...Pitt won a program-best seventh Big East road victory...Jamie Dixon improved to 39-11 after losing a contest. PITT 66 (26-4, 14-3 Big East) tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g ROBINSON, Nasir-f 6 8 0 0 McGHEE, Gary-c 4 5 0 0 BROWN, Gilbert-g 5 6 0 0 GIBBS, Ashton-g 6 9 4 6 WANAMAKER, Brad-g 2 8 0 1 WOODALL, Travon 0 2 0 0 TAYLOR, Dante 0 5 0 0 RIVERS, Nick 0 0 0 0 NWANKWO, Aron 0 1 0 0 PATTERSON, Lamar 1 2 1 1 MOORE, J.J. 0 3 0 1 RICHARDSON, J.J. 1 2 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 25 51 5 9 Percentages: FG%: 49.0%; 3FG%: 55.6%; FT%:

ft 6 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

fta 9 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

11 16 68.8%.

rebounds of de tot 2 8 10 2 3 5 0 1 1 0 2 2 3 4 7 1 2 3 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 11 26 37

ppf 3 3 2 1 2 4 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 18

tpp 18 9 10 16 7 0 0 0 0 4 0 2

a 0 1 1 3 7 1 1 0 0 3 0 0

to blk 2 0 2 1 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 66 17 10 1

USF 50 (9-21, 3-14 Big East) tot-fg 3-pt rebounds Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g ft fta of de tot p tpp a to blk pf GILCHRIST, Augustus-f 6 13 0 0 3 4 1 2 3 3 15 0 2 2 FAMOUS, Jarrid-f 5 15 0 1 5 7 4 8 12 1 15 1 1 0 ROBERTSON, Hugh-f 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 CRATER, Anthony-g 1 3 0 1 2 2 0 1 1 1 4 4 2 0 NORIEGA, Shaun-g 2 5 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 5 1 1 1 ANDERSON, Ron 2 6 0 0 1 2 3 2 5 1 5 1 1 1 DORITY, Lavonte 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 POLAND, Jawanza 2 5 0 2 0 2 0 2 2 1 4 1 1 1 HAYNES, Shedrick 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 BURWELL, Mike 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 FITZPATRICK, Toarlyn 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 TEAM 1 1 2 Totals.............. 19 52 1 9 11 17 11 18 29 14 50 10 8 6 Percentages: FG%: 36.5%; 3FG%: 11.1%; FT%: 64.7%. Officials: Ed Hightower, Chris Beaver, Gary Prager; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 4640. Score byy Periods 1st 2nd Total T Pitt 24 42 66 USF 27 23 50

s 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

min 27 22 22 37 31 13 15 1 1 14 4 13

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s 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

min 29 30 23 39 22 17 1 25 1 1 12

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No. 19 CONNECTICUT 76, No. 3 PITT 74 March 10, 2011 „ Big East Quarterfinal „ Madison Square Garden

With the win, Pitt won the Big East regular season outright and earned the No. 1 seed upon entering the Big East Championship...Villanova opened the second half with a 10-3 run to take a 28-25 lead, but Pitt responded with a 16-4 run of its own to take command...Pitt used a 9-0 run capped by a Travon Woodall driving layup to give the Panthers a 36-30 lead with 10:06 left...An Ashton Gibbs 3-pointer put Pitt up 43-32 with 7:02 to go...Pitt hit 18 consecutive free throws in the second half and finished 23-26 in the game...Gilbert Brown became the 40th player in school history to score over 1,000 career points...The contest marked Pitt’s Senior Day for Gilbert Brown, Gary McGhee and Brad Wanamaker...Pitt’s 15-3 Big East record tied a schoolbest for league winning percentage and most league victories in a season (2008-09)...Pitt defeated Villanova for the eighth consecutive time in Pittsburgh and improved to 4-0 vs. the Wildcats at the PEC.

With the score tied at 74-74, UConn’s Kemba Walker hit a jumper with one second to go to give UConn the victory...Pitt’s Ashton Gibbs tied the game at 74-74 with a 3-pointer with 46 seconds left after UConn’s Alex Oriakhi gave it a three-point lead on a layup with 1:02 to go...In the first half, Pitt held a 12-point lead two times (20-8 and 35-23 with 5:47 left)...It led by as many as seven points (54-47) with 14:52 to go...UConn scored 20 points off Pitt turnovers and outrebounded Pitt 32-25 with 17 offensive rebounds...Ashton Gibbs surpassed or tied career-highs for points (27), field goals made (10) and 3-point field goals made (6)...Pitt hit a Big East Championship record 72.7 percent (8-11) from 3-point range...Pitt shot 55.1 percent in the game...Pitt’s 25 rebounds marked a team season-low...Pitt has lost its last three Big East tourney games and dropped to 26-13 at MSG since 2000-01.

VILLANOVA 50 (21-10, 9-9 Big East) tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g PENA, Antonio-f 3 5 0 1 YAROU, Mouphtaou-c 2 5 0 0 WAYNS, Maalik-g 9 19 6 12 FISHER, Corey-g 3 14 1 8 CHEEK, Dominic-g 1 2 0 0 WOOTEN, Russell 0 0 0 0 SUTTON, Maurice 1 5 0 0 BELL, James 0 1 0 1 ARMWOOD, Isaiah 0 0 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 19 51 7 22 Percentages: FG%: 37.3%; 3FG%: 31.8%; FT%:

CONNECTICUT 76 (24-9)

PITT 60 (27-4, 15-3 Big East) tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g BROWN, Gilbert-f 2 5 1 2 ROBINSON, Nasir-f 4 6 0 0 McGHEE, Gary-c 2 6 0 0 GIBBS, Ashton-g 5 10 2 5 WANAMAKER, Brad-g 0 5 0 1 WOODALL, Travon 2 0 1 6 TAYLOR, Dante 2 3 0 0 RIVERS, Nick 0 0 0 0 PATTERSON, Lamar 0 0 0 0 MOORE, J.J. 0 0 0 0 RICHARDSON, J.J. 0 0 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 17 41 3 9 Percentages: FG%: 41.5%; 3FG%: 33.3%; FT%:

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No. 4 PITT 60, No. 19 VILLANOVA 50 March 5, 2011 „ Petersen Events Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

ft 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0

fta 0 2 3 2 0 0 1 0 2

5 10 50.0%.

ft 4 1 0 6 3 5 0 0 4 0 0

fta 4 2 0 6 4 6 0 0 4 0 0

23 26 88.5%.

rebounds of de tot 2 1 3 3 2 5 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 3 0 3 1 1 2 0 3 3 1 0 1 10 13 23

rebounds of de tot 0 3 3 1 0 1 3 7 10 0 2 2 1 4 5 0 1 1 4 1 5 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 4 6 11 25 36

ppf tpp 0 6 2 5 3 27 3 7 3 2 1 0 4 3 0 0 5 0

a 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

21 50

4

ppf tpp 3 9 1 9 2 4 0 18 4 3 1 9 2 4 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 0

a 1 1 0 1 6 3 0 0 0 0 0

to blk 2 2 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 0 1 9 5

s 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0

min 36 26 37 31 21 1 20 4 24

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min 25 29 24 35 27 20 15 1 16 5 3

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Ashton Gibbs scored 20 of his 26 points in the second half as No. 1 seed Pitt advanced to the NCAA Third Round with a win...Pitt led by as many as 12 points in the first half before UNC Asheville cut the deficit down to five (30-25) at halftime...The Bulldogs trimmed the lead to three points (32-29) with 18:25 left, but Pitt responded with a 7-0 run using a Gibbs 3-pointer, Gibbs jumper and Nasir Robinson layup to lead by 10 points...With back-to-back 3-pointers, Gibbs and Gilbert Brown sparked a 13-5 Pitt run to extend the Panthers’ lead to 17...Gibbs’ 26 points ranked as the 10th best scoring performance in Pitt’s NCAA Tournament history and his six 3-pointers set a Pitt NCAA Tournament individual single game record for most 3pointers made...Pitt’s 50 rebounds tied a team NCAA Tournament record...Pitt’s 28 wins ties for the fifth highest season win total in school history. UNC ASHEVILLE 51 (20-14) fta 6 0 5 2 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

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PITT 74 (28-5) tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g BROWN, Gilbert-f 2 8 1 5 ROBINSON, Nasir-f 4 8 0 0 McGHEE, Gary-c 3 7 0 0 GIBBS, Ashton-g 9 16 6 9 WANAMAKER, Brad-g 2 3 0 0 WOODALL, Travon 1 6 0 2 TAYLOR, Dante 3 5 0 0 RIVERS, Nick 0 0 0 0 NWANKWO, Aron 0 1 0 0 PATTERSON, Lamar 1 5 1 3 MOORE, J.J. 0 0 0 0 RICHARDSON, J.J. 0 0 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 25 59 8 19 Percentages: FG%: 42.4%; 3FG%: 42.1%; FT%: Officials: Chris Rastatter, Score byy Periods UNC Asheville Pitt

Bret 1st 25 30

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fta 2 6 0 5 9 1 0 0 2

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tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g WILLIAMS, John-f 1 7 0 0 JACKSON, Quinard-f 0 2 0 0 DICKEY, Matt-g 7 15 2 9 PRIMM, J.P.-g 6 13 0 5 STEPHENSON, Chris-g 3 11 1 3 LANE, Jaron 0 3 0 1 SELIGSON, Josh 0 0 0 0 DAVIS, Madison 0 0 0 0 HARTMAN, Toles 0 0 0 0 CUNNINGHAM, D.J. 0 3 0 0 STUBBS, Eric 0 0 0 0 HARN, Jeremy 0 0 0 0 MEYER, Trent 0 1 0 1 TEAM Totals.............. 17 55 3 19 Percentages: FG%: 30.9%; 3FG%: 15.8%; FT%:

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Officials: John Cahill (R), James Breeding, Jamie Luckie; Technical fouls: Villanova-ARMWOOD, Isaiah. PittNone; Attendance: 12843. Score byy Periods 1st 2nd Total T Villanova 18 32 50 Pitt 22 38 60

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tot-fg 3-pt Player y fgg fga g fgg fga g SMITH, Roscoe-f 1 1 1 1 ORIAKHI, Alex-f 5 8 0 0 OKWANDU, Charles-c 0 3 0 0 LAMB, Jeremy-g 6 9 0 2 WALKER, Kemba-g 8 22 0 2 COOMBS-McDANIEL, J. 2 6 0 3 GIFFEY, Niels 0 1 0 1 OLANDER, Tyler 1 1 0 0 NAPIER, Shabazz 3 7 2 3 TEAM Totals.............. 26 58 3 12 Percentages: FG%: 44.8%; 3FG%: 25.0%; FT%:

1st 2nd Total T 40 36 76 41 33 74

BUTLER 71, No. 4 PITT 70 March 19, 2011 „ NCAA Third Round „ Washington, D.C.

Butler’s Matt Howard hit a go-ahead free throw with 0.8 seconds left to give No. 8 seed Butler a 71-70 win over Pitt...Trailing 70-69, the Panthers had a chance to win it at the foul line with 1.4 seconds left, but converted 1-2 free throws...Howard went to the free throw line after he was fouled while rebounding the miss...Pitt rallied back from a nine point deficit with an 11-0 run in taking a 43-41 lead with 14:34 to go in the game...The run was sparked by a Gilbert Brown 3-pointer, two Nasir Robinson layups and capped by a Brad Wanamaker layup...Pitt extended its lead to as many as five points (53-48 with 10:37), but Butler wouldn’t wilt, as the game experienced eight lead changes in the last 10 minutes...Pitt erased a four-point deficit with a Brown 3-pointer and two Wanamaker free throws to lead 69-68 with 1:58 to go...With three seconds, Butler converted on an Andrew Smith layup to lead 70-69...Pitt quickly inbounded the ball and was fouled with 1.4 seconds left...Butler led 38-30 at halftime after it hit eight 3-pointers and was paced by Shelvin Mack’s 16 points and four 3-pointers...The Bulldogs led by as many as 12 points in the first half...Mack’s 30 points represented a Pitt opponent NCAA Tournament individual single game high. BUTER 71 (25-9) Player y SMITH, Andrew-f HOWARD, Matt-f MACK, Shelvin-g VANZANT, Shawn-g STIGALL, Chase-g HAHN, Zach FROMM, Erik NORED, Ronald MARSHALL, Khyle BUTCHER, Garrett TEAM Totals..............

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Percentages: FG%: 56.5%; 3FG%: 54.5%; FT%: 66.7%.

Player y BROWN, Gilbert-f ROBINSON, Nasir-f McGHEE, Gary-c GIBBS, Ashton-g WANAMAKER, Brad-g WOODALL, Travon TAYLOR, Dante PATTERSON, Lamar TEAM Totals..............

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Officials: John Higgins, Terry Wymer, Antonio Petty; Technical fouls: None; Attendance: 18684. Score byy Periods Butler Pitt

1st 2nd Total T 38 33 71 30 40 70

Five of the top players in school history are depicted here including Charles Smith, Don Hennon, Billy Knight, Jerome Lane and Brandin Knight. Smith, Hennon, Billy Knight and Brandin Knight are the four Pitt players to have their jerseys retired. All four have found success beyond basketball as Hennon became a medical doctor, Billy Knight served as General Manager for the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks (2003-08), Brandin Knight currently serves as an assistant coach with the Pitt Basketball program and Smith, following a productive NBA career, is a successful businessman and chairman of the Charles D. Smith Foundation, an organization dedicated to providing a positive alternative for today’s youth. An NBA veteran, Lane is shown here throwing down his backboard shattering dunk against Providence on Jan. 25, 1988. “Send it in Jerome!” proclaimed ESPN broadcaster Bill Raftery minutes after Lane’s thunderous dunk prompted a 30-minute delay in the game. Pitt went on to claim a 90-56 victory, then went on to capture the 1987-88 Big East regular season title. The game is forever labeled as the “Night the House Came Down.”

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

NATIONAL HONORS BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Henry Clifford “Doc” Carlson, M.D., Elected, 1959 Charley Hyatt, Elected, 1959 Helms Athletic Foundation Hall of Fame Henry Clifford “Doc” Carlson, M.D. Don Hennon, Inducted, 1970 Charley Hyatt

NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR Helms Foundation National Player y of the Year Y Charley Hyatt, 1929-30

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General Awards Charley Hyatt, 1927-28 Sykes Reed, 1927-28 Charley Hyatt, 1928-29 Charley Hyatt, 1929-30 Don Smith, 1932-33 Claire Cribbs, 1933-34 Claire Cribbs, 1934-35 Don Hennon, 1957-58 Don Hennon, 1958-59 Billy Knight, 1973-74 Charles Smith, 1986-87 Jerome Lane, 1986-87 Charles Smith, 1987-88 Jerome Lane, 1987-88 Brandin Knight, 2001-02 Brandin Knight, 2002-03 Aaron Gray, 2006-07 DeJuan Blair, 2008-09 Sam Young, 2008-09 Wooden Award All-America Charles Smith, 1986-87 Charles Smith, 1987-88 Brandin Knight, 2002-03 DeJuan Blair, 2008-09 Sam Young, 2008-09 Associated Press All-America Don Hennon, 1st Team, 1957-58 Don Hennon, 2nd Team, 1958-59 Sam Clancy, HM, 1978-79 Jerome Lane, 2nd Team, 1986-87 Jerome Lane, 2nd Team, 1987-88 Charles Smith, HM, 1987-88 Brandin Knight, 3rd Team, 2001-02 Brandin Knight, HM, 2002-03 Carl Krauser, HM, 2003-04 Aaron Gray, 3rd Team, 2006-07 Sam Young, HM, 2007-08 DeJuan Blair, 1st Team, 2008-09 Sam Young, 3rd Team, 2008-09 Levance Fields, HM, 2008-09 Ashton Gibbs, HM, 2010-11 Brad Wanamaker, HM, 2010-11 UPI All-America Don Hennon, 1st Team, 1957-58 Don Hennon, 1st Team, 1958-59 Billy Knight, 3rd Team, 1973-74 Jerome Lane, 3rd Team, 1986-87

Charles Smith, H.M., 1987-88 The Sporting p g News Brandin Knight, 2nd Team, 2001-02 DeJuan Blair, 1st Team, 2008-09 Sam Young, 3rd Team, 2008-09 Scripps pp Howard News Service Charles Smith, 1st Team, 1987-88 USBWA All-America Billy Knight, 1st Team, 1973-74 Jerome Lane, 2nd Team, 1987-88 DeJuan Blair, 1st Team, 2008-09 NABC All-America Don Hennon, 2nd Team, 1957-58 Don Hennon, 2nd Team, 1958-59 Billy Knight, 2nd Team, 1973-74 Jerome Lane, 3rd Team, 1986-87 Charles Smith, 2nd Team, 1987-88 Aaron Gray, 3rd Team, 2006-07 DeJuan Blair, 2nd Team, 2008-09 Helms Foundation All-America Charley Hyatt, 1927-28 Sykes Reed, 1927-28 Charley Hyatt, 1929-30 Don Smith, 1932-33 Claire Cribbs, 1933-34 Claire Cribbs, 1934-35 Don Hennon, 1957-58 Don Hennon, 1958-59

Don Hennon was inducted into the Helms Athletic Foundation Hall of Fame in 1970. A two-time AllAmerica selection, Hennon is also listed as one of the best-ever college basketball players according to the NCAA publication, “Men’s Basketball’s Finest.”

Consensus All-America (AP, UPI, USBWA, TSN, NCAA) Charley Hyatt, 1st Team, 1928-29 Charley Hyatt, 1st Team, 1929-30 Don Smith, 1st Team, 1932-33 Claire Cribbs, 1st Team, 1933-34 Claire Cribbs, 1st Team, 1934-35 Don Hennon, 1st Team, 1957-58 Don Hennon, 1st Team, 1958-59 Billy Knight, 2nd Team, 1973-74 Jerome Lane, 2nd Team, 1987-88 DeJuan Blair, 1st Team, 2008-09 Sam Young, 2nd Team, 2008-09 Wooden National Player y of the Y Year Award Nominees A Charles Smith, 1986-87 Charles Smith, 1987-88 Jerome Lane, 1987-88 Sean Miller, 1991-92 Vonteego Cummings, 1998-99 Brandin Knight, 2001-02 Brandin Knight, 2002-03 Julius Page, 2003-04 Carl Krauser, 2003-04 Carl Krauser, 2004-05 Aaron Gray, 2006-07 DeJuan Blair (Finalist), 2008-09 Sam Young, 2008-09 Ashton Gibbs, 2010-11 Brad Wanamaker, 2010-11

FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA Sam Clancy, Second Team, 1977-78 Charles Smith, First Team, 1984-85 Chris Taft, Second Team, 2003-04 DeJuan Blair, Second Team, 2007-08

OTHER NATIONAL AWARDS A two-time All-America selection, Brandin Knight was named to the Wooden All-America team in 2002-03.

NCAA Postgraduate g Scholarship p Tom Richards, 1976

Joey David, 1986 Darren Morningstar, 1992 Verizon/CoSIDa Academic AllAmerica Joey David, Second Team, 1986 USBWA Most Courageous g Athlete Orlando Antigua, 1994

NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR Jamie Dixon, The Sporting News, 2010-11 Jamie Dixon, Jim Phelan, 2009-10 Jamie Dixon, Naismith, 2008-09 Ben Howland, Associated Press, 200102 Ben Howland, Naismith, 2001-02 Ben Howland, USBWA Henry Iba Award, 2001-02 Ben Howland, ESPN Magazine, 200102 Ben Howland, The Sporting News, 2001-02

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

ALL-AMERICA PLAYERS CHARLEY HYATT „ Three-time All-America

SYKES REED „ One-time All America

(1927-28) „ (1928-29) „ (1929-30) „ 6-0 „ F „ Uniontown, Pa.

(1927-28) „ 6-0 „ Guard „ Braddock, Pa.

„ Elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1959. „ Member of the Helms Athletic Foundation Hall of Fame and member of its All-Time College Basketball Team. „ One of only 18 players in NCAA Division I basketball history to earn three All-America honors. „ NCAA Consensus First Team AllAmerica (1929 and 1930). „ Three-time Helms Foundation All-America selection (‘28-’30). „ Named Helms Foundation Player of the Year (1930). „ Listed in the NCAA's "Men's Basketball's Finest" Publication. „ Member of two national title teams (1928 and 1930). „ Led the nation in scoring twice (1927-28 and 1929-30). In both years, Pitt won national titles. „ Member of the first consensus All-America team (1929). „ Led Pittsburgh to a three-year

„ Named a Helms Foundation AllAmerica (1927-28). „ Helped lead Pittsburgh to its first national championship (1928). „ Known for his speed and quickness. „ Senior captain on 1927-28 squad that finished undefeated at 21-0. „ One of two All-Americans on the 1927-28 squad (Charley Hyatt was the other). „ Backcourt mate on the 1927-28 national title team, Stanley Wrobleski, played at same high school, Braddock High School. record of 60-7, including national championships in 1928 and 1930. „ Scored 880 points during his career, averaging 13.1 points per game. Concluded career with 366 field goals made and 148 free throws made in 67 games played and averaged a season-best 14.3 points in 1928-29.

CLAIRE CRIBBS „ Two-time All-America (1933-34) „ (1934-35) „ 6-0 „ Guard „ Jeannette, Pa. „ Selected NCAA Consensus First Team All-America after both the 1933-34 and 1934-35 seasons. „ Named Helms Foundation First Team All-America in both 1933-34 and 1934-35. „ Led Pittsburgh to three-straight Eastern Intercollegiate Basketball titles. „ Member of the following Halls of Fame: Ohio Coaches, Westmoreland County and Ohio Chapter of the Dapper Dan.

DON SMITH „ One-time All-America (1932-33) „ 6-0 „ Guard „ Pittsburgh, Pa. „ Named NCAA Consensus First Team All-America (1932-33). „ Selected Helms Foundation First Team All-America (1932-33). „ Led the Panthers to a 17-5 record and Eastern Intercollegiate Championship in 1932-33. „ Third All-America player coached by H.C. Carlson.

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BILLY KNIGHT „ One-time All-America (1973-74) „ 6-7 „ Forward „ Braddock, Pa.

DON HENNON „ Two-time All-America (1957-58) „ (1958-59) „ 5-8 1/2 „ Guard „ Wampum, Pa. „ Elected to the Helms Athletic Foundation Hall of Fame (1970). „ NCAA Consensus (AP and UPI) First Team All-America (1958). „ UPI First Team All-America (195758 and 1958-59). „ Helms Foundation All-America (1957-58 and 1958-59). „ Listed in the NCAA’s “Men’s Basketball Finest” Publication. „ Led Pittsburgh to two NCAA appearances. „ Scored 1,841 career points and averaged 24.2 points over his three-year career. „ Scored 30-plus points 23 times and 20-plus points 52 times.

„ NCAA Consensus Second Team All-America in 1973-74. „ United Press International Third Team All-America selection in 1973-74. „ Considered Pittsburgh’s finest all-around player ever. „ Led Panthers to a 25-4 record, including a school-record 22 consecutive wins in 1973-74. „ Pittsburgh reached the 1974 NCAA Regional finals, losing in the NCAA “Sweet Sixteen” to top-ranked and eventual national champion North Carolina State. „ Concluded career with 1,731 points (22.2 points per game), 938 rebounds (12.0 rebounds per game) in 78 career games played.

„ Averaged over 20.0 points and over 10.0 rebounds per game in each of his three seasons, the only player in Pitt history to achieve this distinction. „ Shot an astounding .522 from the field (750-1,436) over his threeyear career.

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

JEROME LANE „ Two-time All-America

CHARLES SMITH „ Two-time All-America

(1986-87) „ (1986-87) „ 6-6 „ Forward „ Akron, Ohio

(1986-87) „ (1986-87) „ 6-10 „ Center/Forward „ Bridgeport, Conn.

„ NCAA Consensus Second Team All-America selection by both the Associated Press and USBWA in 1987-88. „ AP, UPI and NABC Third Team All-America selection in 198788. „ Shortest player to lead the nation in rebounding since 6foot-6 Elgin Baylor accomplished the feat in 1957. Led NCAA Division I in rebounding with a 13.5 average in 1986-87. „ Concluded career with a 13.1 points per game average and 10.4 rebounds per game and averaged over 12.0 rebounds per game in two consecutive seasons, one of only two players in school history to achieve this feat. „ Selected in the first round of the 1988 NBA Draft.

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„ Played in NBA for several teams including Denver, Milwaukee, Indiana and Cleveland.

„ Named a Scripps Howard First Team All-America in 1987-88. „ NABC Second Team All-America in 1987-88. „ NABC and Basketball Weekly Third Team All-America in 198687. „ AP and UPI Honorable Mention All-America selection in 198788. „ 1988 Big East Player of the Year and two-time All-Big East First Team selection in 1986-87 and 1987-88. „ 1985 Big East Freshman of the Year and only player in school history to earn four straight AllBig East honors in a career. „ Listed No. 8 on the Big East’s 50 Greatest Players List. „ Led Pittsburgh to its first outright Big East regular season championship in 1987-88.

„ Member of the 1988 United States Olympic Team. „ Third overall pick selected in the first round of the 1988 NBA Draft. „ Pitt’s career scoring leader with 2,045 career points and also finished with 987 career rebounds.

BRANDIN KNIGHT „ Two-time All-America

AARON GRAY „ One-time All-America

(2001-02) „ (2002-03) „ 6-0 „ Guard „ East Orange, N.J.

(2006-07) „ 7-0 „ Center „ Emmaus, Pa.

„ Named to the 2002-03 Wooden All-America team, one of only 10 players nationwide selected to the squad. „ 2002-03 Associated Press honorable mention All-America selection. „ Selected 2001-02 Associated Press Third Team All-America and to the 2001-02 Sporting News All America Second Team. „ Two-time USBWA All-Region selection (2001-02 and 200203). „ Named Big East co-Player of the Year, Big East Most Improved Player and First Team All-Big East in 2001-02. „ 2001-02 USBWA/NABC All-

„ Selected Third Team AllAmerica by the NABC and Associated Press in 2006-07. „ Named the 2006-07 Aeropostale/Big East ScholarAthlete of the Year. „ Finalist for the Naismith, Wooden and Lowe’s Senior Class Award in 2006-07. „ One of four players in school history to earn First Team AllBig East honors in two consecutive seasons (2006 and 2007). „ Named the 2005-06 Big East Most Improved Player. District Team selection. „ Concluded career as school recordholder in career assists and career steals.

DeJUAN BLAIR „ One-time All-America (2008-09) „ 6-7 „ Center „ Pittsburgh, Pa.

SAM YOUNG „ One-time All-America (2008-09) „ 6-6 „ Forward „ Clinton, Md. „ Named to the Associated Press All-America Third Team, Wooden All-America Second Team, Sports Illustrated Second Team and Sporting News Third Team in 2008-09. „ Finalist for the Naismith and Wooden Awards and Lowe’s Senior Class Award. „ Two-time All-Region and twotime All-Big East First Team selection, one of only four players in school history to achieve that honor. „ Associated Press honorable mention All-America and Big East Most Improved Player Award selection in 2007-08. „ Concluded career ranked fourth on school’s all-time scoring list

(1,884), scored over 20 points in 32 career games and reached double figures in 97 career contests.

„ Consensus First Team AllAmerica in 2008-09: Associated Press, USBWA, Wooden, ESPN.com, Sports Illustrated, The Sporting News, State Farm NABC, Basketball Times. „ One of four finalists for the Wooden, Naismith and Oscar Robertson national player of the year awards in 2008-09. „ Big East co-Player of the Year, USBWA District Player of the Year, All-Big East First Team selection in 2008-09. „ Led nation in offensive rebounding (5.6 orpg) and ranked among national leaders in rebounding (4th) and field goal percentage (19th), averaged 15.7 ppg. and 12.3 rpg. as a sophomore. „ Averaged 13.6 points and 10.7 rebounds, finished with 35 career double-doubles, two 20-

20 performances, three 20-plus rebound games and 17 20-point scoring games in two-year collegiate career. „ Consensus Freshman All-America honoree, three-time national Rookie of the Week selection.

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

REGIONAL HONORS REGION PLAYER OF THE YEAR USBWA W Region g Player y of the Year Y Charles Smith, 1987-88 Brandin Knight, 2001-02 DeJuan Blair, 2008-09

REGION COACH OF THE YEAR NBCA Region g Coach of the Year Y Charles “Buzz” Ridl, 1973-74 Ben Howland, 2001-02 Ben Howland, 2002-03 USBWA W Region g Coach of the Year Y Jamie Dixon, 2008-09

ALL-REGION HONORS United States Basketball Writers Association All-District Larry Harris, 1976-77 Larry Harris, 1977-78 Sam Clancy, 1978-79 Sam Clancy, 1979-80 Sam Clancy, 1980-81 Clyde Vaughan, 1982-83 Clyde Vaughan, 1983-84 Charles Smith, 1985-86 Charles Smith, 1986-87 Jerome Lane, 1986-87 Charles Smith, 1987-88 Jerome Lane, 1987-88 Brian Shorter, 1990-91 Sean Miller, 1991-92 Jerry McCullough, 1992-93 Vonteego Cummings, 1998-99 Ricardo Greer, 1999-00 Ricardo Greer, 2000-01 Brandin Knight, 2001-02 Brandin Knight, 2002-03 Julius Page, 2002-03 Carl Krauser, 2003-04 Julius Page, 2003-04 Carl Krauser, 2004-05 Chevon Troutman, 2004-05 Aaron Gray, 2006-07 Sam Young, 2007-08 DeJuan Blair, 2008-09 (POY) Sam Young, 2008-09 Levance Fields, 2008-09 Jamie Dixon, 2008-09 (COY) Ashton Gibbs, 2009-10 Ashton Gibbs (1), 2010-11 Brad Wanamaker (2), 2010-11 National Association of Basketball Coaches All-Region g Clarence Burch, 1953-54 Ed Pavlick, 1954-55 Don Hennon, 1956-57 Don Hennon (1), 1957-58 Julius Pegues (HM), 1957-58 Don Hennon (1), 1958-59 John Fridley (3), 1959-60 Brian Generalovich (2), 1961-62 Brian Generalovich (2), 1962-63 Brian Generalovich (2), 1963-64

BELOW: Jerome Lane posed for this publicity photo after he shattered the backboard with a tomahawk slam dunk against Providence on January 25, 1988. Lane earned All-Region status in two of his three seasons at Pitt.

Billy Knight (2), 1972-73 Billy Knight (1), 1973-74 Keith Starr (3), 1974-75 Larry Harris (3), 1976-77 Larry Harris (3), 1977-78 Sam Clancy (2), 1978-79 Sam Clancy (1), 1979-80 Sam Clancy (1), 1980-81 Clyde Vaughan (1), 1982-83 Clyde Vaughan (1), 1983-84 Charles Smith (2), 1984-85 Charles Smith (1), 1985-86 Charles Smith (1), 1986-87 Jerome Lane (1), 1986-87 Charles Smith (1), 1987-88 Jerome Lane (2), 1987-88 Brian Shorter (1), 1988-89 Brian Shorter (1), 1989-90 Jason Matthews (2), 1989-90 Brian Shorter (1), 1990-91 Sean Miller (1), 1991-92 Jerry McCullough (1), 1992-93 Jerry McCullough (2), 1993-94 Eric Mobley (2), 1993-94 Jaime Peterson (1), 1994-95 Vonteego Cummings (1), 1996-97 Vonteego Cummings (2), 1997-98 Vonteego Cummings (1), 1998-99 Ricardo Greer (2), 2000-01 Brandin Knight (1), 2001-02 Brandin Knight (1), 2002-03 Julius Page (2), 2002-03 Jaron Brown (1), 2003-04 Carl Krauser (1), 2003-04 Julius Page (2), 2003-04 Carl Krauser (1), 2004-05 Chevon Troutman (1), 2004-05 Chris Taft (2), 2004-05 Carl Krauser (1), 2005-06 Aaron Gray (2), 2005-06 Aaron Gray (1), 2006-07 Sam Young (1), 2007-08 DeJuan Blair (2), 2007-08 DeJuan Blair (2), 2008-09 Sam Young (2), 2008-09 Ashton Gibbs (1), 2010-11 Brad Wanamaker (2), 2010-11

Vonteego Cummings earned three All-Region honors over his four-year career from 1995-99. Cummings averaged 15.3 points, 4.0 rebounds and 4.4 assists in his 103-game career.

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NCAA ALL-REGIONAL TEAM John Riser, Mideast, 1957 Billy Knight, East, 1974 DeJuan Blair, East, 2009 Sam Young, East, 2009

Multiple All-Region Honors Player y T Total Charles Smith ............................ 4 Sam Clancy ............................... 3 Brian Generalovich .................... 3 Vonteego Cummings ................. 3 Carl Krauser .............................. 3 Ashton Gibbs ............................. 2 Billy Knight ................................ 2 Brandin Knight ........................... 2 Larry Harris ................................ 2 Clyde Vaughan ........................... 2 Jerome Lane ............................. 2 Jerry McCullough ...................... 2 Julius Page ................................ 2 Aaron Gray ................................ 2 Sam Young ................................ 2

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

CONFERENCE HONORS BIG EAST SPECIALTY AWARDS

BIG EAST STAT CHAMPIONS

Big g East’s 50 Greatest Players y Charles Smith, No. 8

Scoring g Champion p Clyde Vaughan (22.0), 1982-83

Big g East Player y of the Year Y Charles Smith, 1987-88 Brandin Knight (co), 2001-02 DeJuan Blair (co), 2008-09

Rebounding g Champion p Jerome Lane (14.0), 1986-87 Jerome Lane (11.6), 1987-88 Isaac Hawkins (9.7), 1997-98 Aaron Gray (10.5), 2005-06 DeJuan Blair (12.4), 2008-09

Freshman of the Year Y Charles Smith, 1984-85 Sean Miller, 1987-88 Brian Shorter, 1988-89 Chris Taft, 2003-04 DeJuan Blair (co), 2007-08 Most Improved p Player y Ricardo Greer (co), 1999-00 Brandin Knight, 2001-02 Carl Krauser, 2003-04 Aaron Gray, 2005-06 Sam Young, 2007-08 Ashton Gibbs, 2009-10 Coach of the Year Y Ben Howland, 2001-02 Jamie Dixon, 2003-04 Sportsmanship p p Award Jaron Brown, 2003-04 Ronald Ramon (co), 2007-08 Brad Wanamaker, 2010-11

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Assist Champion p Darelle Porter (7.6), 1989-90 Levance Fields (7.5), 2008-09

ALL-BIG EAST First Team T Jerome Lane, 1986-87 Charles Smith, 1986-87 Charles Smith, 1987-88 Brian Shorter, 1988-89 Brian Shorter, 1989-90 Brandin Knight, 2001-02 Chevon Troutman, 2004-05 Aaron Gray, 2005-06 Aaron Gray, 2006-07 Sam Young, 2007-08 DeJuan Blair, 2008-09 Sam Young, 2008-09 Ashton Gibbs, 2010-11 Second Team T Clyde Vaughan, 1983-84 Jerome Lane, 1987-88 Brian Shorter, 1990-91 Sean Miller, 1991-92 Jerry McCullough, 1992-93 Jaime Peterson, 1994-95 Vonteego Cummings, 1996-97 Vonteego Cummings, 1997-98 Ricardo Greer, 1999-00 Ricardo Greer, 2000-01 Brandin Knight, 2002-03 Jaron Brown, 2003-04 Carl Krauser, 2003-04 Carl Krauser, 2004-05 Carl Krauser, 2005-06 Levance Fields, 2006-07 Ashton Gibbs, 2009-10 Brad Wanamaker, 2010-11 Third Team T Clyde Vaughan, 1982-83 Charles Smith, 1984-85 Charles Smith, 1985-86 Demetreus Gore, 1985-86 Jason Matthews, 1988-89 Jason Matthews, 1989-90 Jason Matthews, 1990-91 Darren Morningstar, 1991-92 Jerry McCullough, 1993-94 Eric Mobley, 1993-94 Vonteego Cummings, 1998-99 Isaac Hawkins, 1998-99 Julius Page, 2002-03 Chevon Troutman, 2002-03 Chris Taft, 2003-04 Levance Fields, 2008-09

Julius Page was named the 2003 Big East Championship Most Valuable Player. Pittsburgh captured its first-ever Big East Championship and made its third consecutive appearance in the title game.

Honorable Mention Jaron Brown, 2001-02 Julius Page, 2001-02 Ontario Lett, 2002-03 Julius Page, 2003-04

Ricardo Greer was named co-Big East Most Improved Player in 1999-00. He was the first of five Pitt players to win the honor over nine seasons.

Chris Taft, 2004-05 DeJuan Blair, 2007-08

BIG EAST ALL-ROOKIE TEAM All Freshman/Rookie Team T Charles Smith, 1984-85 Rod Brookin, 1986-87 Bobby Martin, 1987-88 Jason Matthews, 1987-88 Sean Miller, 1987-88 Orlando Antigua, 1991-92 Ricardo Greer, 1997-98 Chris Taft, 2003-04 Ronald Ramon, 2004-05 Sam Young, 2005-06 DeJuan Blair, 2007-08

BIG EAST ACADEMIC AWARDS Big g East/Aeropostale p ScholarAthlete of the Year Y Joey David, 1984-85 Darren Morningstar, 1992 Aaron Gray, 2006-07

BIG EAST ALL-TOURNAMENT Most Valuable Player y Julius Page, 2002-03 Sam Young, 2007-08

Charles Smith is a three-time All-Region selection by both the NABC and USBWA. He helped guide Pittsburgh to Big East regular season crowns in 1986-87 and 1987-88.

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

CONFERENCE HONORS All-Big g East Tournament T Jerome Lane, 1986-87 Jerome Lane, 1987-88 Ricardo Greer, 2000-01 Ontario Lett, 2001-02 Brandin Knight, 2001-02 Julius Page, 2002-03 Brandin Knight, 2002-03 Jaron Brown, 2003-04 Carl Krauser, 2003-04 Chris Taft, 2003-04 Aaron Gray, 2005-06 Carl Krauser, 2005-06 Antono Graves, 2006-07 Sam Young, 2007-08 Levance Fields, 2007-08

BIG EAST WEEKLY AWARDS Player y of the Week Clyde Vaughan, Feb. 6, 1983 Andre Williams, Feb. 12, 1984 Curtis Aiken, Jan. 4, 1987 Jerome Lane, Feb. 15, 1987 Charles Smith, Jan. 3, 1988 Charles Smith, Feb. 21, 1988 Brian Shorter, Feb. 4, 1990 Sean Miller, Dec. 2, 1990 Brian Shorter, Jan. 13, 1991 Darren Morningstar, Nov. 24, 1991 Chris McNeal, Dec. 22, 1991 Jerry McCullough, Dec. 20, 1992 Chris McNeal, Jan. 3, 1993 Jerry McCullough, Jan. 24, 1993

Andre Alridge, Dec. 19, 1994 Jaime Peterson, Jan. 23, 1995 Vonteego Cummings, Jan. 13, 1997 Vonteego Cummings, Feb. 23, 1998 Vonteego Cummings, Nov. 30, 1998 Brandin Knight, Jan. 7, 2002 Brandin Knight, Feb. 18, 2002 Brandin Knight, Dec. 23, 2002 Ontario Lett, Jan. 13, 2003 Carl Krauser, Dec. 1, 2003 Chevon Troutman, Nov. 29, 2004 Carl Krauser, Dec. 6, 2004 Carl Krauser, Dec. 20, 2004 Chris Taft, Feb. 28, 2005 Sam Young, Nov. 19, 2007 Levance Fields, Dec. 24, 2007 Sam Young, Jan. 26, 2009 DeJuan Blair, Feb. 23, 2009 Sam Young, March 8, 2009 Ashton Gibbs, Jan. 4, 2010 Ashton Gibbs, Nov. 22, 2010 Gilbert Brown, Dec. 20, 2010 Rookie of the Week Joey David, Feb. 6, 1983 Demetreus Gore, Dec. 16, 1984 Charles Smith, Jan. 27, 1985 Charles Smith, Feb. 17, 1985 Charles Smith, Feb. 24, 1985 Jerome Lane, Dec. 1, 1985 Jerome Lane, Dec. 22, 1985 Rod Brookin, Feb. 1, 1987 Rod Brookin, Feb. 15, 1987 Sean Miller, Dec. 1, 1987 Jason Matthews, Dec. 13, 1987

Sean Miller, Jan. 3, 1988 Sean Miller, Jan. 17, 1988 Bobby Martin, Jan. 24, 1988 Sean Miller, Feb. 14, 1988 Jason Matthews, Feb. 21, 1988 Brian Shorter, Jan. 15, 1989 Brian Shorter, Feb. 5, 1989 Brian Shorter, Feb. 12, 1989 Chris McNeal, Jan. 6, 1991 Jerry McCullough, Jan. 12, 1992 Garrick Thomas, Jan. 17, 1993 Ricardo Greer, Dec. 22, 1997 Ricardo Greer, Jan. 19, 1998 Ricardo Greer, Feb. 23, 1998 Chris Taft, Dec. 22, 2003 Chris Taft, Dec, 29, 2003 Chris Taft, Jan. 12, 2004 Chris Taft, Jan. 26, 2004 Chris Taft, March 1, 2004 Chris Taft, March 7, 2004 Sam Young, Dec. 26, 2005 DeJuan Blair, Dec. 17, 2007 DeJuan Blair, Dec. 24, 2007 DeJuan Blair, Jan. 14, 2008

EASTERN 8 STAT CHAMPIONS Scoring g Champion p Larry Harris (22.9), 1976-77 Rebounding g Champion p Sam Clancy (12.8), 1978-79 Sam Clancy (11.1), 1979-80 Assist Champion p Dwayne Wallace (6.2), 1981-82

EASTERN 8 ALL-LEAGUE First Team T Larry Harris, 1977-78 Sam Clancy, 1978-79 Sammie Ellis, 1979-80 Sam Clancy, 1980-81 Second Team T Larry Harris, 1976-77 Terry Knight, 1978-79 Sammie Ellis, 1978-79 Sam Clancy, 1979-80 Carlton Neverson, 1980-81 Clyde Vaughan, 1981-82

EASTERN 8 ALL-TOURNAMENT All TTournament MVP Lenny McMillian, 1981 Clyde Vaughan, 1982 All Tournament T T Team Larry Harris, 1978 Terry Knight, 1979 Lennie McMillian, 1981 Dwayne Wallace, 1981 Clyde Vaughan, 1982 Dwayne Wallace, 1982

EASTERN 8 WEEKLY AWARDS Pitt Head Coach Jamie Dixon was presented with the 2004 Big East Coach of the Year Award by former Big East Commissioner Michael Tranghese. Dixon became the first rookie head coach in league history to be selected Coach of the Year after guiding Pitt to a 31-5 record and league regular season title. He became the second Pittsburgh head coach to win the award.

Player y of the Week Larry Harris, Feb. 13, 1978 Sammie Ellis, Jan. 29, 1979 Sam Clancy, Feb. 6, 1979 Sam Clancy, Feb. 13, 1979

Clyde Vaughan earned 1982 Eastern 8 Tournament Most Valuable Player honors after a 79-72 victory against West Virginia at Civic Arena. Pittsburgh won back-to-back Eastern 8 Tournament titles in 1981 and 1982. The 1982 title was Pittsburgh’s final appearance in the Eastern 8 before its move to the Big East Conference.

137 Sammie Ellis, Dec. 17, 1979 Sam Clancy, Feb. 8, 1981 Clyde Vaughan, Jan. 4, 1982 Darrell Gissendanner, Jan. 25, 1982 Clyde Vaughan, Feb. 22, 1982

Player of the Week Honors Player y T Total Sam Young ................................ 3 Carl Krauser .............................. 3 Sam Clancy .............................. 3 Vonteego Cummings ................ 3 Brandin Knight .......................... 3 Clyde Vaughan .......................... 3 Sammie Ellis ............................. 2 Jerry McCullough ..................... 2 Chris McNeal ............................. 2 Charles Smith ........................... 2 Brian Shorter ............................. 2 Ashton Gibbs ............................. 2

Rookie of the Week Honors Player y T Total Chris Taft ................................... 6 Sean Miller ................................ 4 DeJuan Blair ............................. 3 Charles Smith ........................... 3 Brian Shorter ............................. 3 Ricardo Greer ............................ 3 Rod Brookin .............................. 2 Jerome Lane ............................. 2 Jason Matthews ....................... 2

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

PANTHERS IN THE NBA NBA PANTHERS BILLY KNIGHT (11 seasons) Indiana Pacers, 1974-77 Buffalo Braves, 1977-78 Boston Celtics, 1978-79 Indiana Pacers, 1979-83 Kansas City Kings, 1983-84 San Antonio Spurs, 1984-85 MEL BENNETT (3 seasons) Virginia Squires, 1975-76 Indiana Pacers, 1976-78 Utah Jazz, 1980-81 Cleveland Cavaliers, 1981-82 KEITH STARR (2 seasons) Chicago Bulls, 1976-78 CHARLES SMITH (10 seasons) L.A. Clippers, 1988-92 New York Knicks, 1992-96 San Antonio Spurs, 1996-98

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JEROME LANE (5 seasons) Denver Nuggets, 1988-92 Indiana Pacers, 1991-92 Milwaukee Bucks, 1991-92 Cleveland Cavaliers, 1992-93 DARREN MORNINGSTAR (2 seasons) Boston Celtics, 1992-93 Dallas Mavericks, 1993-94 Utah Jazz, 1993-94

PITT’S NBA DRAFT PICKS

ERIC MOBLEY (3 seasons) Milwaukee Bucks, 1994-95 Vancouver Grizzlies, 1995-96 Milwaukee Bucks, 1995-96 Vancouver Grizzlies, 1996-97 MARK BLOUNT (6 seasons) Seattle Supersonics, 1996-97 Boston Celtics, 2000-02 Denver Nuggets, 2002-03 Boston Celtics, 2002-06 Minnesota Timberwolves, 2006-08 Miami Heat, 2008-current VONTEEGO CUMMINGS (2 seasons) Golden State Warriors, 1999-01 Philadelphia 76ers, 2001-02 CHRIS TAFT (1 season) Golden St. Warriors, 2005-06 AARON GRAY (4th season) Chicago Bulls, 2007-09 New Orleans Hornets (2010-) SAM YOUNG (3rd season) Memphis Grizzlies, 2009DeJUAN BLAIR (3rd season) San Antonio Spurs, 2009-

Year Y 1954 1957 1958 1959 1964 1974 1975 1976 1978 1979 1980 1981 1983 1984 1988 1992 1994 1996 1999 2005 2007 2009

Player y Round Dutch Burch 5th Bob Lazor 9th Julius Pegues 4th Don Hennon 6th Brian Generalovich 3rd Billy Knight 1st Billy Knight 2nd Mickey Martin 4th Mel Bennett 1st Kirk Bruce 8th Keith Starr 4th Larry Harris 4th Terry Knight 6th Sammie Ellis 4th Carlton Neverson 3rd Sam Clancy 3rd 8th Trent Johnson Clyde Vaughan 6th Charles Smith 1st Jerome Lane 1st Darren Morningstar 2nd Eric Mobley 1st Mark Blount 2nd Vonteego Cummings 1st 2nd Chris Taft Aaron Gray 2nd Sam Young 2nd DeJuan Blair 2nd

Overall Pick 40 66 31 41 19 6 21 69 N/A N/A 56 73 125 73 56 62 83 117 3 23 47 18 55 26 42 49 36 37

T Team Fort Wayne Pistons Detroit Pistons St. Louis Hawks Cincinnati Royals New York Knicks Indiana Pacers (ABA) Los Angeles Lakers Detroit Pistons Virginia Squires (ABA) Utah Stars (ABA) Chicago Bulls Buffalo Braves San Antonio Spurs Denver Nuggets Golden State Warriors Phoenix Suns Boston Celtics Indiana Pacers Philadelphia 76ers% Denver Nuggets Boston Celtics Milwaukee Bucks Seattle Supersonics Indiana Pacers* Golden State Warriors Chicago Bulls Memphis Grizzlies San Antonio Spurs

%traded on draft day to the Los Angeles Clippers as part of a three-team deal *traded on draft day to Golden State Warriors

PITT’S CBA DRAFT PICKS ACTIVE INTERNATIONAL PRO PANTHERS Player y Tyrell y Biggs ggg Gilbert Brown Vonteego g Cummings John DeGroat Levance Fields Antonio Graves Ricardo Greer Doyle y Hudson Antoine Jones Levon Kendall Ontario Lett Jarrett Lockhart Jason Maile Bobbyy Martin Mark McCarroll Garyy McGhee Jaime Peterson Ronald Ramon Brian Shorter Chevon Troutman Donatas Zavackas

Pro League g Greece Germanyy Germany, y Serbia Ukraine, Hungary, ireland Russia Turkeyy France Puerto Rico Russia Greece Jordan, Spain, Turkey, Korea France Italy, y Germany, Spain Spain p Sweden Croatia France, Spain Argentina g Spain, p Argentina g Italy, y France Poland, Lithuania, Ukraine

PITT’S FIRST ROUND NBA DRAFT PICKS Player y Pick Billy Knight 6th-ABA Mel Bennett *N/A Charles Smith 3rd Jerome Lane 23rd Eric Mobley 18th Vonteego Cummings 26th

Y Year 1974 1975 1988 1988 1994 1999

Draftingg TTeam eam Indiana Pacers Virginia Squires Philadelphia 76ers Denver Nuggets Milwaukee Bucks Indiana Pacers

Y Year 1985 1988 1990 1991 1993 1994 1997 2005 2005

Player y Round Pick T Team Darryl Shepard 5th 52 Charleston Demetreus Gore 4th 42 Tulsa T Rod Brookin 6th 98 Albany Brian Shorter 1st 11 Fort Wayne Jason Matthews 3rd 45 Quad City Bobby Martin 3rd 47 Quad City Chris McNeal 5th 66 Fargo-Morehead Eric Mobley 7th 109 Rapid City Mark Blount 5th 51 Grand Rapids Chris Taft 2nd 16 Dakota Chevon Troutman 3rd 17 Albany Jerome Lane also played for several years in the CBA.

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COACHING RECORDS PITT’S YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year Y 1905-06 1906-07 1907-08 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43

Overall Conf. Record Record 2-9 — 6-5 — 10-6 — No Team No Team 6-6 — 10-9 — 15-7 — 9-8 — 14-4 — 16-2 — 13-6 — 6-9 — 7-7 — 9-6 — 12-9 — 12-8 — 10-5 — 10-7 — 4-10 — 12-5 — 10-7 — 21-0 — 16-5 — 23-2 — 20-4 — 14-16 — 17-5 7-1+ 19-4 8-0+ 17-6 6-2+ 18-9 7-3+ 14-7 7-3+ 9-12 5-5+ 10-8 5-5+ 8-9 — 13-6 — 5-10 — 10-5 —

Head Coach Benjamin F. Printz Benjamin F. Printz Harry Hough Wohlparth Wegner Dr. George M. Flint Dr. George M. Flint Dr. George M. Flint Dr. George M. Flint Dr. George M. Flint Dr. George M. Flint Dr. George M. Flint Dr. George M. Flint Dr. George M. Flint Dr. George M. Flint Andrew Kerr Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson

Year Y 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81

Overall Conf. Record Record 7-7 — 8-4 — 7-7 — 8-10 — 10-11 — 12-13 — 4-14 — 9-17 — 10-12 — 12-11 — 9-14 — 10-16 — — 15-10 16-11 — 18-7 — — 10-14 11-14 — 12-11 — — 12-11 19-6 — 17-8 — 7-16 — 5-17 — 6-19 — 7-15 — 4-20 — 12-12 — — 14-10 12-12 — 12-14 — 25-4 — 18-11 — 12-15 — 6-21 1-9& 5-5^ 16-11 6-4^ 18-11 17-12 5-5^ 8-5^ 19-12

Head Coach Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Dr. H.C. Carlson Robert Timmons Robert Timmons Robert Timmons Robert Timmons Robert Timmons Robert Timmons Robert Timmons Robert Timmons Robert Timmons Robert Timmons Robert Timmons Robert Timmons Robert Timmons Robert Timmons Robert Timmons Charles “Buzz” Ridl Charles “Buzz” Ridl Charles “Buzz” Ridl Charles “Buzz” Ridl Charles “Buzz” Ridl Charles “Buzz” Ridl Charles “Buzz” Ridl Tim Grgurich Tim Grgurich Tim Grgurich Tim Grgurich Tim Grgurich Dr. Roy Chipman

Overall Conf. Year Y Record Record Head Coach 1981-82 20-10 8-6^ Dr. Roy Chipman 1982-83 13-15 6-10* Dr. Roy Chipman 1983-84 18-13 6-10* Dr. Roy Chipman 1984-85 17-12 8-8* Dr. Roy Chipman 1985-86 15-14 6-10* Dr. Roy Chipman 25-8 12-4* Paul Evans 1986-87 24-7 12-4* Paul Evans 1987-88 1988-89 17-13 9-7* Paul Evans 1989-90 12-17 5-11* Paul Evans 1990-91 21-12 9-7* Paul Evans 1991-92 18-16 9-9* Paul Evans 1992-93 17-11 9-9* Paul Evans 1993-94 13-14 7-11* Paul Evans 1994-95 10-18 5-13* Ralph Willard 1995-96 10-17 5-13* Ralph Willard 1996-97 18-15 10-8* Ralph Willard 1997-98 11-16 6-12* Ralph Willard 1998-99 14-16 5-13* Ralph Willard 1999-00 13-15 5-11* Ben Howland 2000-01 19-14 7-9* Ben Howland 29-6 13-3* Ben Howland 2001-02 28-5 13-3* Ben Howland 2002-03 31-5 13-3* Jamie Dixon 2003-04 20-9 10-6* Jamie Dixon 2004-05 25-8 10-6* Jamie Dixon 2005-06 29-8 12-4* Jamie Dixon 2006-07 2007-08 27-10 10-8* Jamie Dixon 31-5 15-3* Jamie Dixon 2008-09 25-9 13-5* Jamie Dixon 2009-10 28-6 15-3* Jamie Dixon 2010-11 Totals 1471-1048 265-223* .543 Pct. .584 *Big East regular season record ^Eastern 8 regular season record &Eastern Collegiate Basketball League record +Eastern Intercollegiate season record

PITT’S HEAD COACHES Coach Benjamin F. Prinz Harry Hough Wohlparth Wegner Dr. George M. Flint Andrew Kerr Dr. H C. Carlson

Tenure 1905-07 1907-08 1910-11 1911-21 1921-22 1922-53

Overall W L 8 14 10 6 6 6 111 67 12 8 367 248

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Robert Timmons Charles “Buzz” Ridl Tim Grgurich

1953-68 1968-75 1975-80

174 189 97 83 69 70

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Dr. Roy Chipman

1980-86

102

76

42 49

1981 Eastern 8 Champion; 1981 NCAA Second Round; 1982 Eastern 8 Tournament Champions; 1982 NCAA Tournament; 1984 NIT Quarterfinals; 1985 NCAA Midwest Regionals; 1986 NIT.

Paul Evans

1986-94

147

98

72

62

1987 co-Big East Regular Season Champion; 1987 NCAA Second Round; 1988 Big East Regular Season Champion; 1988 NCAA Second Round; 1989 NCAA; 1991 NCAA Second Round; 1992 NIT Second Round; 1993 NCAA

Ralph Willard

1994-99

63

82

31

59

1997 NIT Second Round

Ben Howland

1999-2003

89

40

38

26

2001 NIT Second Round; 2002 Big East West Champion; 2002 NCAA Sweet Sixteen; 2003 Big East Tournament Champion; 2003 co-Big East West Champion, 2003 NCAA Sweet Sixteen

2003-11

216

60

98

38

2004 Big East Regular Season Champion; 2004 NCAA Sweet Sixteen; 2005 NCAA; 2006 NCAA; 2007 NCAA Sweet Sixteen, 2008 Big East Tournament Champion; 2008 NCAA, 2009 NCAA Elite Eight, 2010 NCAA, 2011 Big East Regular Season Champion; 2011 NCAA (League record depicts Big East record only)

Jamie Dixon TOTALS

1471 1048 (.584)

League W L

265 223 (.543)

Postseason/Yearly Y y Accomplishments p

1927-28 National Champions, 1929-30 National Champions, 1941 NCAA Semifinals (Final Four) 1932-33 EIC Champion, 1933-34 EIC Champion, 1934-35 EIC Champion; 1936-37 EIC Champion 1957 NCAA Second Round; 1958 NCAA Quarterfinals; 1964 NIT 1974 NCAA “Sweet Sixteen”, Eastern Regional; 1975 NIT 1978 Eastern 8 Tournament Semifinals; 1979 Eastern 8 Tournament, Finalists; 1980 NIT

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GENERAL RECORDS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS SINGLE GAME RECORDS

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„ Minutes Played: 50, Ashton Gibbs, vs. West Virginia, 2/12/10; 50, Vonteego Cummings, vs. Villanova, 3/4/98; 50, Isaac Hawkins vs. Villanova, 3/4/98; 50, Jerome Lane vs. Boston College, 2/14/ 87. Big East play: 50, Jerome Lane vs. Boston College, 2/14/87; 49, Vonteego Cummings vs. St. John’s, 1/22/98. „ Most Points: 45, Don Hennon vs. Duke, 12/21/57; 41, Don Hennon vs. Geneva, 2/24/58; 41, Don Hennon vs. Ohio State, 12/3/58. Big East play: 40, Jason Maile vs. Villanova, 2/12/ 97. „ Most Points, Home Floor: 45, Don Hennon vs. Duke, 12/21/57. Big East play: 40, Jason Maile vs. Villanova, 2/12/ 97. „ Most Points Opponent’s Floor: 38, Larry Harris at Maryland, 2/15/77; 38, Don Hennon at West Virginia, 2/23/57; 38, Don Hennon at Furman, 12/ 6/57. Big East play: 37, Clyde Vaughan at Boston College, 1/4/84. „ Most Points-Freshman: 34, Don Hennon at North Carolina State, 12/1/56. „ Most Points Scored- First Career Game: 34, Don Hennon at North Carolina State, 12/1/56. „ Most Points-Half: 28, Jason Maile, Villanova, 2/ 12/97. Big East play: 28, Jason Maile vs. Villanova, 2/12/ 97. „ Most Field Goals Made: 20, Don Hennon vs. Duke, 12/21/57. Big East play: 16, Isaac Hawkins vs. Syracuse, 2/ 26/98. „ Most Field Goals Attempted: 42, Don Hennon vs. Duke, 12/21/57. „ Best Field Goal Percentage: 1.000, Brian Shorter (11-11) vs. Providence, 2/11/90. Big East play: 1.000, Brian Shorter (11-11) vs. Providence, 2/11/90.

TOP AVERAGE ACHIEVEMENTS AVG. 20-PLUS POINTS IN THREE YEARS Don Hennon (1956-59), Larry Harris (1975-78), Billy Knight (1971-74) AVG. 10-PLUS REBOUNDS IN THREE YEARS 4 years- Sam Clancy (1977-81), 3 years- Billy Knight (1971-74) CAREER AVERAGE: 10.0+ POINTS,, REBOUNDS,, 4.0+ ASSISTS Player y ((Y (Years) Years)) PPG Vonteego Cummings (1995-99) 15.3 Brandin Knight (1999-03) 11.3 Carl Krauser (2002-06) 13.0

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SEASON AVERAGE: 10.0+ POINTS,, REBOUNDS,, 4.0+ ASSISTS Player y (Y (Year) (Year)) PPG Brad Wanamaker (2010-11) 11.7 Brad Wanamaker (2009-10) 12.3 Carl Krauser (2005-06) 15.0 Carl Krauser (2004-05) 16.0 Brandin Knight (2001-02) 15.6 Darelle Porter (1990-91) 10.1 12.4 Ricardo Greer (1997-98) Jerry McCullough (1993-94) 13.3 Jerry McCullough (1995-96) 13.4

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RPG APG 4.0 4.4 3.9 6.2 4.2 4.5

RPG APG 5.2 5.1 5.7 4.7 4.3 4.8 4.8 5.9 4.8 7.1 4.8 5.1 6.7 4.3 4.0 7.0 4.0 5.3

„ Most Three-Point Field Goals Made: 8, Jason Maile vs. Villanova, 2/12/97; 8, Andre Alridge vs. Georgia, 12/17/94. Big East play: 8, Jason Maile vs. Villanova, 2/12/ 97. „ Most Three-Point Field Goal Attempts: 15, Ashton Gibbs vs. Indiana, 12/8/09; 15, Andre Alridge vs. Georgia, 12/17/94. Big East play: 14, by three players. „ Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage: 1.000, Sean Miller (6-6) vs. Seton Hall, 2/12/91; 1.000, Sean Miller (6-6) vs. St. Francis, Pa., 12/2/87. Big East: 1.000, Sean Miller (6-6) vs. Seton Hall, 2/12/91; 1.000, Jason Maile (5-5) vs. Notre Dame, 1/29/97; 1.000, Ashton Gibbs (5-5) vs. Cincinnati, 2/5/11. „ Most Free Throws Made: 18, Charles Smith vs. Boston College, 1/21/85. Big East play: 18, Charles Smith (18-21) vs. Boston College, 1/21/85. „ Most Free Throws Attempted: 23, Brian Shorter vs. West Virginia, 12/9/89. Big East play: 21, Charles Smith vs. Boston College, 1/21/85. „ Best Free Throw Percentage: 1.000, Jerry McCullough (15-15) vs. Marshall, 12/5/92. „ Most Rebounds: 26, Don Virostek vs. Westminster, 1952-53. Big East play: 23, DeJuan Blair at Connecticut, 2/ 16/09. „ Most Assists: 16, Levance Fields at DePaul, 2/7/ 09; Bob Shrewsbury vs. South Carolina, 2/14/76. Big East play: 16, Levance Fields at DePaul, 2/7/ 09; 14, Brandin Knight vs. West Virginia, 2/5/00; 14, Darelle Porter vs. Syracuse, 1/23/90. „ Most Turnovers: 12, Vonteego Cummings vs. Providence, 1/10/98. Big East play: 12, Vonteego Cummings vs. Providence, 1/10/98. „ Steals: 7, Ricardo Greer vs. Notre Dame, 1/22/00. Big East play: 7, Ricardo Greer vs. Notre Dame, 1/ 22/00. „ Blocked Shots: 7, 13 players. Big East play: 7, Mark Blount vs. Connecticut, 12/ 12/ 3/11/88; 4/96; 7, Charles Smith vs. Connecticut, 3/11/88 8; 7, Charles Smith vs. Syracuse, 2/9/87; 7, Bobbyy Martin vs. Seton Hall, 1/20/90.

SEASON RECORDS „ Most Games Played: 37, by 14 players in 20062006607 and 2007-08. „ Most Games Started: 37, by six players in 20062006607 and 2007-08. „ Percentage of Games Started: 100 percent, many players. „ Most Minutes Played: 1,284, Brandin Knight, 2001-02; 1,201, Julius Page, 2001-02. „ Highest Minutes Per Game Average: 40.1, Vonteego Cummings, 1997-98; 39.0, Andre Alridge, 1995-96. Big East play: 40.3, Vonteego Cummings, 199798. „ Most Points: 690, Sam Young, 2008-09; 668, Sam Young, 2007-08; 651, Clyde Vaughan, 1983-84; 651, Don Hennon, 1957-58; 622, Ed Pavlick, 1954-55. Big East play: 375, Clyde Vaughn, 1982-83. „ Highest Scoring Average: 26.0, Don Hennon, 1957-58; 25.7, Don Hennon, 195859. Big East play: 22.0, Clyde Vaughan, 1982-83. 1972„ Most Field goals made: 275, Billy Knight, 197 72on, 73; 270, Billy Knight, 1973-74; 267, Don Henno Hennon, 19547-58. Big East play: 143, Clyde Vaughan, 1982-83. „ Most Field goal attempts: 654, Don Hennon, 1957-58; 632, Don Hennon, 1958-59; 541, Donn Hennon, 1956-57.

Big East play: 251, Clyde Vaughan, 1982-83. „ Highest Field Goal Percentage (min. 300 FGA): .600, Brian Shorter (204-340), 1988-89; .593, DeJuan Blair (226-381), 2008-09; .569, Charles Aiken (177-311), 1985-86. Big East play: .599, Brian Shorter (109-182), 1988-89. „ Highest Field Goal Percentage (min. 150 FGA): .718, Chevon Troutman (135-188), 2002-03; .608, Ontario Lett (127-209), 2002-03. „ Most Three-Point Field Goals Made: 102, Ashton Gibbs, 2010-11; 93, Brandin Knight, 200102; 87, Jason Matthews, 1990-91. Big East play: 49, Ashton Gibbs, 2010-11. „ Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted: 261, Brandin Knight, 2001-02; 217, Jason Maile, 199697. Big East play: 120, Brandin Knight, 2001-02. „ Highest Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (min 100 3FGA): .482, Jason Matthews (66-137), 1988-89. Big East play: .522, Jason Matthews (36-69), 1988-89. „ Highest Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 50 3FGA): .494, Donatas Zavackas (41-83), 2000-01. „ Most Free Throws Made: 204, Brian Shorter, 1989-90; 202, Charles Smith, 1986-87. Big East play: 112, Brian Shorter, 1989-90; 112, Charles Smith, 1986-87. „ Most Free Throws Attempted: 308, Brian Shorter, 1989-90; 276, Ed Pavlick, 1954-55. Big East play: 166, Brian Shorter, 1989-90. „ Highest Free Throw Percentage: .914, Sean Miller (74-81), 1988-89; .905, Sean Miller (7684), 1990-91. Big East play: .927, Sean Miller (76-82), 1991-92. „ Most Rebounds: 444, Jerome Lane, 1986-87; 432, DeJuan Blair, 2008-09; 424, Don Virostek, 1952-53; 378, Jerome Lane, 1987-88. Big East play: 224, Jerome Lane, 1986-87.

Larry Harris (1974-78) holds Pittsburgh’s career field goals made record with 803. He currently ranks third alltime at Pitt with 1,914 points over his fouryear career.

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

GENERAL RECORDS SUPERLATIVE PERFORMANCES TRIPLE DOUBLES „ Ricardo Greer (23 points, 12 rebounds, 11 assists), vs. Villanova (BET), 3/4/98. „ Darelle Porter (13 points, 10 rebounds, 11 assists) vs. Providence, 1/23/91. „ Keith Starr (13 points, 11 rebounds, 11 assists) vs. Marquette, 12/18/74.

20/20 CLUB „ DeJuan Blair (22 points/23 rebounds) at Connecticut, 2/16/09. „ DeJuan Blair (23 points/22 rebounds) vs. Notre Dame, 1/31/09. „ Chris McNeal (27 points/20 rebounds) vs. Boston College, 3/3/92. „ Bobby Martin (27 points/20 rebounds) vs. Georgetown, 2/7/90. „ Brian Shorter (26 points/20 rebounds) vs. Northwestern, 12/28/88. „ Jerome Lane (20 points/21 rebounds) vs. Connecticut, 2/12/87 „ Sam Clancy (20 points/20 rebounds) vs. Duquesne, 2/18/78. „ Mel Bennett (22 points/21 rebounds) vs. West Virginia, 3/7/75. „ Billy Knight (25 points/21 rebounds) vs. Buffalo, 1/20/74. „ Billy Knight (26 points/21 rebounds) vs. Lafayette, 1/26/72. „ Rebounding Average: 20.2, Don Virostek, 195253; 13.7, Ed Pavlick, 1953-54; 13.5, Jerome Lane, 1986-87. Big East play: 14.0, Jerome Lane, 1986-87. „ Offensive Rebounds (since 1986-87): 198, Jerome Lane, 1986-87; 195, DeJuan Blair, 200809; 141, Jerome Lane, 1987-88. „ Defensive Rebounds (since 1986-87): 246, Jerome Lane, 1986-87; 237, DeJuan Blair, 200809; 237, Jerome Lane, 1987-88. „ Personal Fouls: 122, Charles Smith, 1986-87; 117, Ontario Lett, 2001-02. „ Disqualifications: 15, John Kendrick, 1951-52; 12, Michael Zernich, 1950-51. „ Most Assists: 270, Levance Fields, 2008-09; 251, Brandin Knight, 2001-02; 229, Darelle Porter, 1989-90. Big East play: 147, Levance Fields, 2008-09. „ Assists Average: 7.9, Darelle Porter, 1989-90; 7.5, Levance Fields, 2008-09; 7.2, Brandin Knight, 2001-02; 7.0, Jerry McCullough, 1993-94. Big East play: 8.2, Levance Fields, 2008-09. „ Assist:Turnover Ratio: 3.80, Levance Fields, 2008-09; 2.95, Levance Fields, 2007-08; 2.41, Levance Fields, 2006-07; 2.41, Sean Miller, 199091; 2.38, Sean Miller, 1991-92. Big East play: 3.87, Levance Fields, 2008-09. „ Most Turnovers: 129, Vonteego Cummings, 1996-97; 128, Andre Alridge, 1994-95. „ Steals: 101, Kellii Taylor, 1996-97; 85, Vonteego Cummings, 1996-97. Big East play: 55, Jerry McCullough, 1995-96. „ Steals Average: 3.2, Kellii Taylor, 1996-97; 3.0, Jerry McCullough, 1995-96. Big East play: 3.0, Kellii Taylor, 1996-97; 3.0, Kellii Taylor, 1997-98. „ Blocked Shots: 106, Charles Smith, 1986-87; 96, Charles Smith, 1987-88. Big East play: 53, Charles Smith, 1986-87. „ Blocked Shots Average: 3.2, Charles Smith, 1986-87; 3.1, Charles Smith, 1987-88. Big East play: 3.1, Charles Smith, 1986-87.

CAREER RECORDS „ Most Games Played: 143, Sam Young, 2005-09; 141, Tyrell Biggs, 2005-09; 137, Jaron Brown, 2000-04; 128, Sean Miller, 1987-92; 127. „ Most Games Started: 136, Julius Page, 2000-04. „ Consecutive Games Played: 127, Brandin Knight, 1999-03. „ Consecutive Starts: 124, Sean Miller, 12/21/873/23/92; 122, Charles Smith, 11/22/85-3/20/88. Big East play: 66, Sean Miller, 1987-92; 64, Charles Smith, 1984-88. „ Percentage of Games Started: 100 percentCharles Smith (122-122), 1985-88; Sam Clancy (116-166), 1977-81; Attila Cosby (55-55), 199899; 98.2- Ricardo Greer (115-117), 1998-01. „ Most Minutes Played: 4,398, Julius Page, 200004; 4,307, Brandin Knight, 1999-03. Big East play: 2,242, Brandin Knight, 1999-03. „ Minutes Per Game: 34.4, Ricardo Greer, 199701; 34.3, Vonteego Cummings, 1995-99. „ Most Points: 2,045, Charles Smith, 1984-88; 2,033, Clyde Vaughan, 1980-84 Big East play: 1,047, Charles Smith, 1984-88; 983, Ricardo Greer, 1997-01. „ Highest Scoring Average: 24.2, Don Hennon, 1957-59; 22.2, Billy Knight, 1972-74. Big East play: 19.5, Clyde Vaughan, 1982-84; 18.5, Brian Shorter, 1988-91. „ Most Field Goals Made: 803, Larry Harris, 197478; 770, Clyde Vaughan, 1980-84. Big East play: 355, Charles Smith, 1984-88. „ Most Field Goal Attempts: 1,827, Don Hennon, 1956-59; 1,599, Clyde Vaughan, 1980-84. Big East play: 846, Ricardo Greer, 1997-01; 795, Vonteego Cummings, 1995-99. „ Highest Field Goal Percentage (min. 800 FGA): .538, Brian Shorter (540-1,004), 1988-91; .534, Charles Smith (707-1,324), 1984-88. Big East play: .528, Charles Smith (355-675), 1984-88. „ Highest Field Goal Percentage (min. 400 FGA): .589, Ontario Lett (245-416), 2001-03; .557, Eric Mobley (371-666), 1991-94. „ Most 3-point Field Goals Made: 259, Jason Matthews, 1987-91; 239, Sean Miller, 1987-92. Big East play: 139, Jason Matthews, 1987-91; 117, Sean Miller, 1987-92. „ Most 3-point Field Goals Attempted: 654, Brandin Knight, 1999-03; 574, Sean Miller, 198792; 567, Jason Matthews, 1987-91. Big East play: 319, Jerry McCullough, 1991-96. „ Highest 3-point Field Goal Percentage: .457, Jason Matthews (259-567), 1988-91; .416, Sean Miller (239-574), 1987-92; .409, Rod Brookin (94230), 1986-90. Big East play: .466, Jason Matthews (139-298), 1987-91; .454, Ashton Gibbs (109-240), 2010-11; .402, Sean Miller (117-291), 1987-92. „ Highest Free Throw Percentage: .885, Sean Miller (317-358), 1987-92; .878, Jason Matthews (481-548), 1987-91. Big East play: .909, Sean Miller (209-230), 198792; .889, Jason Matthews (255-287), 1987-91. „ Consecutive Free Throws Made: 46, Ashton Gibbs, 11/24/09-2/4/10; 34, Jason Matthews, 1988-89; 34, Sean Miller, 1987-88; 34, Don Hennon, 1957-58; 31, Ashton Gibbs, 2009-10. Big East play: 40, Sean Miller, 1990-91 to 199192. „ Most Free Throws Made: 628, Charles Smith, 1984-88; 552, Brian Shorter, 1988-91. Big East play: 334, Charles Smith, 1984-88. „ Most Free Throw Attempts: 834, Charles Smith, 1984-88; 778, Brian Shorter, 1988-91. Big East play: 447, Charles Smith, 1984-88. „ Most Rebounds: 1,342, Sam Clancy, 1977-81; 987, Charles Smith, 1984-88; 970, Jerome Lane, 1985-88. Big East play: 502, Charles Smith, 1984-88.

„ Best Rebounding Average: 12.0, Billy Knight, 1971-74; 11.8, Ed Pavlick, 1952-55; 11.6, Sam Clancy, 1977-81. Big East play: 10.9, DeJuan Blair, 2007-09. „ Offensive Rebounds (since 1986-87): 365, Ricardo Greer, 1997-01; 343, Isaac Hawkins, 1996-01; 339, DeJuan Blair, 2007-09. „ Defensive Rebounds (since 1986-87): 814, Charles Smith, 1984-88; 631, Jerome Lane, 1985-88. „ Personal Fouls: 410, Sam Clancy, 1977-81; 392, Charles Smith, 1984-88. „ Disqualifications: 29, Julius Pegues, 1955-58; 27, Chuck Hursh, 1955-58. „ Most Assists: 785, Brandin Knight, 1999-03; 744, Sean Miller, 1987-92. Big East play: 401, Sean Miller, 1987-92. „ Best Assists Average: 6.2, Brandin Knight, 1999-03; 5.8, Sean Miller, 1987-92. Big East play: 6.0, Sean Miller, 1987-92. „ Assist:Turnover Ratio (since 1978-79): 2.89, Levance Fields, 2005-09; 2.32, Sean Miller, 198792; 1.95, Darelle Porter, 1987-91. „ Turnovers: 406, Brandin Knight, 1999-03; 364, Vonteego Cummings, 1995-99; 364, Ricardo Greer, 1997-01. „ Most Steals: 298, Brandin Knight, 1999-03; 257, Jerry McCullough, 1991-96. Big East play: 174, Jerry McCullough, 1991-96. „ Steals Average: 2.6, Kellii Taylor, 1995-00; 2.3, Brandin Knight, 1999-03. Big East play: 2.48, Jerry McCullough, 1991-96. „ Most Blocked Shots: 364, Charles Smith, 198488; 184, Eric Mobley, 1991-94. Big East play: 158, Charles Smith, 1984-88. „ Blocks Per Game: 2.8, Charles Smith, 1984-88; 2.1, Eric Mobley, 1991-94. Big East play: 2.47, Charles Smith, 1984-88.

Bobby Martin (1987-91) tied the school record with seven blocked shots vs. Seton Hall on Jan. 20, 1990.

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RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

GENERAL RECORDS

142 Vonteego Cummings averaged a school record 40.1 minutes per game during the 1997-98 season. In Pitt’s double overtime contest against Villanova in the 1998 Big East Championship, Cummings played the full 50 minutes, which ties the school record.

TEAM RECORDS GAME RECORDS

Big East play: 117, vs. Providence, 2/10/90. „ Most Points Both Teams: 235, vs. Syracuse, 2/ 13/70. Big East play: 219, vs. Providence, 2/11/90. „ Most Points Home Floor: 127, vs. Syracuse, 2/ 13/70. „ Most Points Opponent’s Floor: 101, at Buffalo State, 1/20/74 „ Most Points Half: 69, vs. Syracuse, 2/13/70. Big East play: 61, vs. Seton Hall, 3/6/87. „ Fewest Points Scored: 4, vs. Penn State, 3/5/06. Big East play: 45, vs. Villanova, 1/11/84. „ Most Points Allowed: 120, vs. LSU, 1/31/69. Big East play: 103, vs. Syracuse, 2/4/89. „ Fewest Points Allowed: 9, at Penn State (24-9 loss), 3/1/52. „ Fewest Points Allowed: 10, vs. Carnegie Tech, 2/26/29. „ Fewest Points One Half: 2, vs. Penn State, 3/5/ 06. „ Fewest Points Both Teams: 27, Penn State (1512 loss), 1/15/44. „ Largest Victory Margin: 59, vs. Indiana, Pa. (108-49), 11/29/86. Big East play: 36, vs. West Virginia (82-46), 2/12/ 03 „ Largest Victory Margin- Road Game: 45, at Carnegie Mellon (89-46), 12/16/96. Big East play: 28, at Syracuse, 1/24/04. „ Worst Defeat: 51, at Wichita State (109-58), 12/ 26/64. Big East play: 33, at Villanova (88-55), 2/3/96. „ Most Points in a Losing Game: 96, vs. Geneva (101-96), 1/19/55. „ Most Field goals Made: 48, vs. Syracuse, 2/13/ 70. „ Most Field goals Attempted: 101, vs. Duquesne, 12/6/74. „ Best Field Goal Percentage: .674, vs. Cincinnati (31-46), 2/14/09; vs. Kent State (31-46), 3/17/06. „ Most Three-Point Field Goals Made: 16, vs. Notre Dame, 1/29/97. Big East play: 16, vs. Notre Dame, 1/29/97. „ Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted: 34, vs. Georgia, 12/14/94.

„ Most Points: 127, vs. Syracuse, 2/13/70.

„ Most Free Throws Made: 44, vs. New York University, 12/18/54. „ Most Free Throws Attempted: 60, vs. New York University, 12/18/54. Big East play: 55, vs. Providence, 2/7/87. „ Most Combined Rebounds: 100, vs. Vermont, 12/6/08. „ Most Rebounds: 59, vs. North Florida, 11/13/10; vs. Vermont, 12/6/08. Big East play: 58, vs. Providence, 2/7/87. „ Personal Fouls: 38, vs. Villanova, 2/7/86. Big East play: 38, vs. Villanova, 2/7/86. „ Most Assists: 34, vs. Cleveland State, 2/14/74. „ Most Turnovers: 35 vs. Georgetown, 1/3/95. Big East play: 35 vs. Georgetown, 1/3/95 „ Steals: 20 vs. Indiana, Pa., 12/16/78. „ Blocked Shots: 12, vs. St. Francis, Pa., 12/1/93. „ Most Players Scoring 20 or more Points: 3 vs. Syracuse, 2/13/70 (Kent Scott, 28; Paul O’Gorek, 27; Cleveland Edwards, 20); 3 vs. Syracuse, 2/11/ 72 (Billy Knight, 33; Mickey Martin, 26; Kent Scott 22); 3 vs. Kent State, 2/9/72 (Billy Knight, 23, Mike Paul, 21; Kent Scott, 20) „ Most Players in double figure scoring: 6 vs. Kent State, 3/17/06 (Gray 17, Ramon 16, Young 12, Krauser 11, Kendall 10, Fields 10); 6 vs. Syracuse, 2/13/70 (Scott 28, O’Gorek 27, Edwards 20, Paul 19, Patcher 13, Causer 11), 6 vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 12/14/02 (Page, 17; Troutman, 14; Knight 13, Krauser 13, Brown 11, Lett, 10). Big East Play: 5 many times. „ Most Players Disqualified: 5, vs. Villanova, 2/7/ 86. Big East Play: 5, vs. Villanova, 2/7/86.

SEASON RECORDS „ Most Games Played: 37 in 2006-07 and 2007-08. „ Most Minutes Played (since 1978-79): 7500 in 2006-07. „ Most Overtime Games Played: 4 in 2001-02; 4 in 1954-55. „ Total Overtime Games: 86. „ Record in Overtime Games (all-time): 45-41. „ Longest Game: 3 overtimes, at George Washington, L, 75-73, 1/10/76.

MULTI-FACETED ACHIEVEMENTS 1,000 , POINTS,, 1,000 , REBOUNDS- CAREER Player y ((Y (Years) Years)) Points Reb. Sam Clancy (1977-81) 1671 1342 1,500 , POINTS,, 500 REBOUNDS,, 500 ASSISTS- CAREER Player y ((Y (Years) Years)) Points Reb. Asst. Carl Krauser (2002-06) 1642 526 568 Brad Wanamaker (2007-11) 1090 525 454 1,000 , POINTS,, 500 REBOUNDS- CAREER Player y ((Y (Years) Years)) Points Reb. John Riser (1954-57) 1164 775 Bob Lazor (1954-57) 1175 841 Brian Generalovich (1961-64) 1114 622 Larry Harris (1974-78) 1914 569 Billy Knight (1971-74) 1731 938 Sam Clancy (1977-81) 1671 1342 Chris McNeal (1980-83) 1067 695 Clyde Vaughan (1980-84) 2033 922 Charles Smith (1984-88) 2045 987 Jerome Lane (1985-88) 1217 970 Brian Shorter (1988-91) 1633 772 Bobby Martin (1987-91) 1282 775 Isaac Hawkins (1996-01) 1127 834 Ricardo Greer (1997-01) 1753 888

Chevon Troutman (2001-05) Carl Krauser (2002-06) Aaron Gray (2003-07) Sam Young (2005-09)

1274 1642 1109 1884

711 526 790 712

1,000 , POINTS AND 400 ASSISTS- CAREER Player y (Y (Years) (Years)) Points Asst. Darelle Porter (1987-90) 1007 617 Sean Miller (1987-92) 1282 744 Jerry McCullough (1991-96) 1342 552 Vonteego Cummings (1995-99) 1581 458 Brandin Knight (1999-03) 1440 785 Carl Krauser (2002-05) 1642 568 Levance Fields (2005-09) 1247 645 Brad Wanamaker (2007-11) 1090 454 500 POINTS AND 250 REBOUNDS- SEASON Player y (Year) ((Y Year)) Points Reb. Billy Knight (1973-74) 609 375 Clyde Vaughan (1981-82) 541 284 258 Clyde Vaughan (1982-83) 613 Clyde Vaughan (1983-84) 651 256 Charles Smith (1986-87) 562 282 Jerome Lane (1986-87) 522 444 Brian Shorter (1988-89) 587 288 Brian Shorter (1989-90) 274 598 Ricardo Greer (1999-00) 275 506

DeJuan Blair (2008-09)

550

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300 POINTS AND 150 ASSISTS- SEASON Player y ((Y (Year) Year)) Points Asst. Keith Starr (1974-75) 389 180 Dwayne Wallace (1981-82) 341 187 Sean Miller (1990-91) 344 159 Darelle Porter (1990-91) 333 168 Sean Miller (1991-92) 361 224 Jerry McCullough (1992-93) 428 156 Jerry McCullough (1993-94) 333 175 Vonteego Cummings (1997-98) 507 154 Brandin Knight (2001-02) 546 251 Carl Krauser (2004-05) 463 170 Carl Krauser (2005-06) 494 160 Levance Fields (2006-07) 339 169 Levance Fields (2008-09) 386 270 Brad Wanamaker (2009-10) 417 160 Brad Wanamaker (2010-11) 399 174 1,000 , POINTS,, 600 REBOUNDS,, 200 ASSISTS- CAREER Player y (Years) ((Y Years)) Points Reb. Asst. Billy Knight (1971-74) 1,731 938 206 Jerome Lane (1985-88) 1,217 970 206 Ricardo Greer (1997-01) 1,753 888 373 Jaron Brown (2000-04) 1,258 651 295

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

GENERAL RECORDS TOP SEASON STATISTICAL TANDEMS SCORING DeJuan Blair and Sam Young, 2008-09 B. Shorter and J. Matthews, 1989-90 DeJuan Blair and Sam Young, 2007-08 Don Hennon and Julius Pegues, 1957-58 C. Smith and Jerome Lane, 1986-87 B. Shorter and J. Matthews, 1988-89 C. Smith and Jerome Lane, 1987-88 C. Vaughan and G. Allen, 1983-84 J. Matthews and Brian Shorter, 1990-91 Don Hennon and John Riser, 1956-57 REBOUNDING Jerome Lane and Charles Smith, 1987-88 DeJuan Blair and Sam Young, 2008-09 Jerome Lane and Charles Smith, 1987-88 Bob Lazor and Ed Pavlick, 1953-54 Don Virostek and Dick Dietrick, 1952-53 Sam Young and DeJuan Blair, 2007-08 Bob Lazor and Chuck Hursh, 1955-56 Aaron Gray and Levon Kendall, 2006-07 Sam Clancy and Terry Knight, 1978-79

1,240 1,151 1,097 1,090 1,084 1,083 1,018 1,014 992 986

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726 657 617 603 595 569 547 545 539

ASSISTS Levance Fields and B. Wanamaker, 2008-09 347 Brandin Knight and Jaron Brown, 2001-02 330 Sean Miller and Darelle Porter, 1990-91 327 322 Sean Miller and Darelle Porter, 1988-89 S. Miller and J. McCullough, 1991-92 312 Brandin Knight and Carl Krauser, 2002-03 302 „ Most Wins (post-1940): 31 in 2003-04 and 200809. „ Most Wins (pre-1940): 23 in 1929-30. „ Most Losses: 21 in 1976-77. „ Fewest Wins (pre-1940): 2 in 1905-06. „ Fewest Wins (post-1940): 4 in 1968-69. „ Fewest Losses: 0 (21-0) in 1927-28. „ Longest Win Streak: 22 from 12/4/73-2/20/74; 21 in 1927-28. „ Longest Losing Streak: 10 from 12/7/68-1/22/ 69; 10 from 2/5/93-3/10/93. „ Best Winning Percentage (pre-1940): 1.000 (21-0) in 1927-28. „ Best Winning Pct. (post-1940): .861 (31-5) in 2008-09. „ Worst Winning Percentage: .166 (4-20) in 1968-69. „ Most Points: 2,772, 1986-87. „ Fewest Points: 1,466, 1950-51. „ Highest Scoring Average: 84.0 in 1986-87. „ Lowest Scoring Average: 66.0 in 1968-69. „ Fewest Points Per Game Allowed: 59.2 in 200203. „ Most Field Goals Made: 1,040 in 2008-09. „ Fewest Field Goals Made: 557 in 1952-53. „ Most Field Goal Attempts: 2,185 in 2007-08. „ Fewest Field Goal Attempts: 1,468 in 1961-62. „ Highest Field Goal Pct.: .509 (1000-1965) in 1986-87. „ Worst Field Goal Pct.: .363 (438-1206) in 194849. „ Most 3-Point Field Goals Made: 229 in 2006-07. „ Least 3-Point Field Goals Made: 110 in 198687. „ Most 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 682 in 200102. „ Fewest 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 287 in 1987-88. „ Highest 3-Point Field Goal Percentage: .417 (211-506) in 1990-91. „ Worst 3-Point Field Goal Pct.: .307 (159-518) in 1998-99.

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Most Free Throws Made: 741 in 1990-91. Fewest Free Throws Made: 323 in 1973-74. Most Free Throws Attempted: 994 in 1991-92. Fewest Free Throws Attempted: 488 in 199899. Highest Free Throw Percentage: .748 (741-991) in 1990-91. Worst Free Throw Percentage: .617 (417-676) in 2000-01. Most Rebounds: 1,432 in 2008-09. Fewest Rebounds: 936 in 1983-84. Best Rebound Average: 55.8 in 1952-53. Worst Rebound Average: 34.3 in 1982-83. Most Offensive Rebounds (since 1986-87): 496 in 1996-97. Fewest Offensive Rebounds (since 1986-87): 368 in 2002-03. Most Personal Fouls: 735 in 1991-92. Fewest Personal Fouls: 403 in 1949-50. Most Disqualifications: 43 in 1951-52. Fewest Disqualifications: 6 in 1973-74; 6 in 1990-91. Most Assists: 647 in 2006-07. Fewest Assists: 309 in 1973-74. Best Assists Average: 19.4 in 1973-74. Worst Assists Average: 11.8 in 1982-83. Best Assist Turnover Ratio: 1.49 in 2010-11. Worst Assist:Turnover Ratio: 0.770 in 1996-97. Most Turnovers (since 1978-79): 584 in 1994-95. Fewest Turnovers (since 1978-79): 208 in 198485. Most Blocked Shots: 157 in 2001-02. Fewest Blocked Shots: 43 in 1982-83. Worst Blocks Average: 5.2 in 1993-94. Worst Blocks Average: 1.5 in 1982-83. Most Steals: 338 in 1998-99. Fewest Steals: 176 in 1992-93 Best Steals Average: 11.3 in 1998-99. Worst Steals Average: 5.9 in 1998-99.

OPPONENT RECORDS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS „ Points Scored: 48, Eric Murdock (Providence), 1/ 23/91; 46, Bob Tallent (George Washington), 1/11/ 69.

143 Jerome Lane owns three season rebounding records including total rebounds and total offensive and defensive rebounds. In 1986-87, Lane became the only player in school history to lead NCAA Division I in a statistical category when he finished with a 13.5 rebounds per game average. Lane became a member of Pitt’s 20-20 club with a 20-point, 21-rebound performance vs. Connecticut on Feb. 12, 1987.

The 2002-03 senior class of Brandin Knight, Ontario Lett and Donatas Zavackas was credited with putting Pitt basketball back onn the map. The trio accumulated an 89-40 record over their four-year period from 1999-03.

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

GENERAL RECORDS „ Field Goals Made: 17, Bob Tallent (George Washington), 1/11/69. „ Free Throws Made: 16, Sherman Douglas (Syracuse), 3/7/87. „ Three-Point Field Goals Made: 9, Dana Barros (Boston College), 1/7/89. „ Rebounds: 26, Joseph Hughes (Holy Cross), 2/3/ 58; Slobodnik (Duquesne), 12/12/59. „ Assists: 16, Tony Wyslinger (Illinois), 12/6/86. „ Steals: 8, Winston Garland (Southwest Missouri State), 3/12/86. „ Blocked Shots: 9, Patrick Ewing (Georgetown), 2/19/85.

TEAM RECORDS „ Points Scored: 120, LSU, 1/31/69. „ Fewest Points: 10, Carnegie Tech, 2/26/29. „ Field Goal Attempts: 86, vs. Providence, 2/10/90.

„ Total Rebounds: 71, Holy Cross, 2/3/58. „ Offensive Rebounds: 24, vs. Providence, 2/10/ 90. „ Three-Point Field Goals Made: 14 three timesRhode Island, 11/8/10; Notre Dame, 2/12/05; Notre Dame, 1/22/00. „ Three-Point Field Goals Attempted: 40, at West Virginia, 2/5/05. „ Personal Fouls: 38, Villanova, 1/2/91.

Charles Smith is the only player in school history to start 100 percent of his games played during a four-year career. Smith started all 122 games of his career from 1984-88.

INDIVIDUAL/TEAM SUCCESS RECORDS

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MOST OVERALL VICTORIES

BEST OVERALL WINNING PERCENTAGE

MOST BIG EAST VICTORIES

Levance Fields, 2005-09 ............................................. 112 Tyrell Biggs, 2005-09 .................................................. 112 Sam Young, 2005-09 .................................................... 112 Gilbert Brown, 2007-11 ................................................ 111 Gary McGhee, 2007-11 ................................................ 111 Brad Wanamaker, 2007-11 ........................................... 111 Chevon Troutman, 2001-05 .......................................... 108 Mark McCarroll, 2001-05 ............................................ 108 Jaron Brown, 2000-04 ................................................. 107 Julius Page, 2000-04 ................................................... 107 Toree Morris, 2000-04 ................................................. 107 Aaron Gray, 2003-07 ................................................... 105 Levon Kendall, 2003-07 ............................................... 105 Antonio Graves, 2003-07 ............................................. 105 Carl Krauser, 2002-06 ................................................. 104 Ronald Ramon, 2004-08 ............................................... 101 Keith Benjamin, 2004-08 ............................................. 101 Brandin Knight, 1999-03 ................................................ 89 Donatas Zavackas, 1999-03 .......................................... 89

Chevon Troutman, 2001-05 ............................ .812 (108-25) Mark McCarroll, 2001-05 .............................. .812 (108-25) Carl Krauser, 2002-06 ................................... .794 (104-27) Gilbert Brown, 2007-11 .................................. .793 (111-29) Gary McGhee, 2007-11 .................................. .793 (111-29) Brad Wanamaker, 2007-11 ............................. .793 (111-29) Levance Fields, 2005-09 ............................... .783 (112-31) Sam Young, 2005-09 ...................................... .783 (112-31) Tyrell Biggs, 2005-09 .................................... .783 (112-31) Jaron Brown, 2000-04 ................................... .781 (107-30) Julius Page, 2000-04 ..................................... .781 (107-30) Toree Morris, 2000-04 ................................... .781 (107-30) Aaron Gray, 2003-07 ..................................... .778 (105-30) Levon Kendall, 2003-07 ................................. .778 (105-30) Antonio Graves, 2003-07 ............................... .778 (105-30) Ronald Ramon, 2004-08 ................................. .743 (101-35) Keith Benjamin, 2004-08 ............................... .743 (101-35) Brandin Knight, 1999-03 .................................. .690 (89-40) Donatas Zavackas, 1999-03 ............................ .690 (89-40)

Gilbert Brown, 2007-11 .................................................. 53 Gary McGhee, 2007-11 .................................................. 53 Brad Wanamaker, 2007-11 ............................................. 53 Chevon Troutman, 2001-05 ............................................ 49 Mark McCarroll, 2001-05 .............................................. 49 Sam Young, 2005-09 ...................................................... 47 Levance Fields, 2005-09 ............................................... 47 Tyrell Biggs, 2005-09 .................................................... 47 Carl Krauser, 2002-06 ................................................... 46 Jaron Brown, 2000-04 ................................................... 46 Julius Page, 2000-04 ..................................................... 46 Toree Morris, 2000-04 ................................................... 46 Aaron Gray, 2003-07 ..................................................... 45 Levon Kendall, 2003-07 ................................................. 45 Antonio Graves, 2003-07 ............................................... 45 Ronald Ramon, 2004-08 ................................................. 42 Keith Benjamin, 2004-08 ............................................... 42 Sean Miller, 1987-92 ...................................................... 39

BEST WINNING PERCENTAGE (BIG EAST)

MOST NCAA TOURNAMENT WINS

MOST NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES

Chevon Troutman, 2001-05 .............................. .765 (49-15) Mark McCarroll, 2001-05 ................................ .765 (49-15) Gilbert Brown, 2007-11 .................................... .736 (53-19) Gary McGhee, 2007-11 .................................... .736 (53-19) Brad Wanamaker,r 2007-11 ............................... .736 (53-19) Carl Krauser, 2002-06 ..................................... .719 (46-18) Jaron Brown, 2000-04 ..................................... .719 (46-18) Julius Page, 2000-04 ....................................... .719 (46-18) Toree Morris, 2000-04 ..................................... .719 (46-18) Aaron Gray, 2003-07 ....................................... .703 (45-19) Levon Kendall, 2003-07 ................................... .703 (45-19) Antonio Graves, 2003-07 ................................. .703 (45-19) Sam Young, 2005-09 ........................................ .691 (47-21) Levance Fields, 2005-09 ................................. .691 (47-21) Tyrell Biggs, 2005-09 ...................................... .691 (47-21)

Levance Fields, 2005-09 ................................................. 7 Sam Young, 2005-09 ........................................................ 7 Tyrell Biggs, 2005-09 ...................................................... 7 Chevon Troutman, 2002-05 .............................................. 6 Mark McCarroll, 2002-05 ................................................ 6 Jaron Brown, 2002-04 ..................................................... 6 Julius Page, 2002-04 ....................................................... 6 Toree Morris, 2002-04 ..................................................... 6 Gilbert Brown, 2007-11 .................................................... 6 Gary McGhee, 2007-11 .................................................... 6 Brad Wanamaker, 2007-11 ............................................... 6 Aaron Gray, 2003-07 ....................................................... 5 Carl Krauser, 2003-06 ..................................................... 5 Levon Kendall, 2003-07 ................................................... 5 Antonio Graves, 2003-07 ................................................. 5

Chevon Troutman, 2002-05 .............................................. 4 Mark McCarroll, 2002-05 ................................................ 4 Carl Krauser, 2003-06 ..................................................... 4 Aaron Gray, 2003-07 ....................................................... 4 Levon Kendall, 2003-07 ................................................... 4 Antonio Graves, 2003-07 ................................................. 4 Levance Fields, 2005-09 ................................................. 4 Sam Young, 2005-09 ........................................................ 4 Tyrell Biggs, 2005-09 ...................................................... 4 Gilbert Brown, 2007-11 .................................................... 4 Gary McGhee, 2007-11 .................................................... 4 Brad Wanamaker, 2007-11 ............................................... 4 Many others tied .............................................................. 3

MOST BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP WINS

MOST NCAA SWEET SIXTEEN APPEARANCES

MOST LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Jaron Brown, 2001-04 ................................................... 10 Julius Page, 2001-04 ..................................................... 10 Toree Morris, 2001-04 ................................................... 10 Levance Fields, 2005-09 ................................................. 9 Sam Young, 2005-09 ........................................................ 9 Tyrell Biggs, 2005-09 ...................................................... 9 Ronald Ramon, 2004-08 ................................................... 9 Keith Benjamin, 2004-08 ................................................. 9 Carl Krauser, 2003-06 ..................................................... 8 Brandin Knight, 2000-03 .................................................. 8 Donatas Zavackas, 2000-03 ............................................ 8 Aaron Gray, 2003-07 ....................................................... 7 Levon Kendall, 2003-07 ................................................... 7 Antonio Graves, 2003-07 ................................................. 7 Chevon Troutman, 2002-05 .............................................. 7 Mark McCarroll, 2002-05 ................................................ 7

Jaron Brown, 2001-04 ..................................................... 3 Julius Page, 2001-04 ....................................................... 3 Toree Morris, 2001-04 ..................................................... 3 Chevon Troutman, 2002-05 .............................................. 3 Mark McCarroll, 2002-05 ................................................ 3 Brandin Knight, 2000-03 .................................................. 2 Donatas Zavackas, 2000-03 ............................................ 2 Carl Krauser, 2003-06 ..................................................... 2 Ontario Lett, 2001-02 ....................................................... 2 Aaron Gray, 2003-07 ....................................................... 2 Levon Kendall, 2003-07 ................................................... 2 Antonio Graves, 2003-07 ................................................. 2 Levance Fields, 2005-09 ................................................. 2 Sam Young, 2005-09 ........................................................ 2 Tyrell Biggs, 2005-09 ...................................................... 2

Jaron Brown, 2001-04 ...................................... 3 Julius Page, 2001-04 ........................................ 3 Toree Morris, 2001-04 ....................................... 3 Chevon Troutman, 2002-05 .............................. 3 Mark McCarroll, 2002-05 .................................. 3 Many others tied ................................................ 2 *League championships include tournament titles, regular season titles and co-titles. *Note: these records are Big East Era only.

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

SCORING LEADERS TOP SINGLE GAME SCORING/30-POINT CLUB Pts. 45 41 41 40 40 39 39 38 38 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 36 35 35 35 35 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 32 32 32 32 32

Player y Don Hennon Don Hennon Don Hennon Ed Pavlick Jason Maile Larry Harris Larry Harris Don Hennon Don Hennon Billy Knight Brian Shorter Clyde Vaughan Curtis Aiken Don Hennon Don Hennon Oland Canterna V. Cummings Sammy David Don Hennon Don Hennon George McCrossin Larry Harris Billy Knight Charles Smith Don Hennon Don Hennon Don Hennon Brian Shorter Larry Harris Clyde Vaughan Billy Knight Jason Matthews Sam Young Billy Knight Don Hennon Larry Harris Ricardo Greer Charles Smith Billy Knight Clyde Vaughan DeJuan Blair Sam Young Carl Krauser Brian Shorter Terry Knight

Don Hennon (1956-59) owns nine of the top-20 single-game scoring performances in school history, including the top three efforts. He scored over 35 points in nine career games and 30-plus points 23 different times.

Opponent pp Duke Ohio State Geneva Ohio State Villanova Syracuse at Maryland Furman at West Virginia at UCLA Oklahoma at Boston College vs. Arkansas at UCLA at Carnegie Tech Westminster vs. Villanova Carnegie Tech T Manhattan Holy Cross Grove City Duquesne at Virginia Chicago State at Penn State at N.C. State at Carnegie Tech vs. Providence at Virginia Florida State vs. Furman Jacksonville Belmont Syracuse Duquesne Canisius at Syracuse Providence at Notre Dame St. Francis (Pa.) at DePaul vs. Okla. State Syracuse Syracuse Cincinnati

Date 12/21/57 12/3/58 2/24/58 12/1/54 2/12/97 12/6/75 2/15/77 12/6/57 2/23/57 12/22/72 1/15/89 1/4/84 12/29/86 1/13/59 2/10/59 2/14/45 3/4/98 2/23/49 12/29/57 2/6/59 1/17/50 2/12/77 1/2/74 12/7/87 1/25/58 12/1/56 1/20/58 2/11/90 1/21/76 12/20/84 3/14/74 12/6/88 11/25/08 2/11/72 12/13/58 2/2/78 2/16/00 1/25/88 1/17/73 12/5/83 2/7/09 3/22/09 1/23/06 1/7/91 1/10/79

Pts. 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

Player y Billy Knight Billy Knight Curtis Aiken Larry Harris Larry Harris Don Hennon Kent Scott Kent Scott Jason Matthews Larry Harris V. Cummings Kirk Bruce Isaac Hawkins Billy Knight Billy Knight Larry Harris Larry Harris Jason Matthews Ed Straloski Y Sam Young Carl Krauser Sam Clancy Charles Smith V. Cummings Don Hennon Don Hennon Don Hennon Don Hennon Don Hennon Don Hennon Clyde Vaughan Don Hennon B. Generalovich B. Generalovich B. Generalovich Billy Knight Billy Knight Larry Harris Larry Harris Juius Pegues V. Cummings Larry Harris Kent Scott Demetreus Gore Chris McNeal Don Hennon Don Hennon Don Hennon B. Generalovich B. Generalovich Clyde Vaughan Billy Knight Billy Knight Charles Smith Jason Matthews Jason Matthews Brian Shorter Ken Bollens John Riser

Opponent pp Date Duquesne 12/7/73 at Rutgers 1/5/72 St. Francis (Pa.) 12/3/86 Penn 1/30/76 Temple 1/24/76 2/27/57 Penn Wisconsin 12/8/70 at West Virginia 3/3/70 vs. Boston College 3/8/90 Duquesne 12/11/76 at Georgetown 2/17/98 vs. St.Francis, Pa. 12/21/74 at Syracuse 2/6/98 at Duquesne 12/7/73 at Kent State 2/27/73 Temple 1/24/76 Penn 1/30/76 Boston College 1/31/90 T Carnegie Tech 1/17/40 Connecticut 3/7/09 Richmond 12/23/04 vs. Massachusetts 12/27/78 vs. E. Michigan 3/18/88 at Villanova 1/19/99 vs. Morehead St. 3/11/57 Duquesne 12/14/57 at Connecticut 2/4/58 at Westminster 2/27/58 vs. Bucknell 12/31/58 Syracuse 1/10/59 3/5/83 at St. John’s at Duke 1/31/59 at Columbia 1/17/62 West Virginia 1/20/62 Carnegie Tech 2/1/64 Colgate 2/17/73 at George. Wash. 2/10/73 Robert Morris 12/9/78 Cincinnati 2/2/77 vs. Miami, Ohio 3/11/58 at Wright State 11/20/98 Syracuse 1/14/78 N.C. State 1/23/71 vs. Wisconsin 12/30/86 Illinois 2/13/93 Carnegie Tech 12/14/56 at Westminster 12/18/58 St. Louis 1/5/59 vs. Michigan 12/28/63 vs. Drake 3/14/64 at LaSalle 3/16/84 at West Virginia 12/1/73 Virginia 2/21/73 Florida 1/2/88 at Florida 12/22/88 at Cornell 11/26/90 Villanova 2/20/89 Westminster 2/11/67 vs. Kentucky 3/15/57

CLASS RECORDS POINTS Freshman: 435, Charles Smith, 1984-85. Sophomore: 587, Brian Shorter, 1988-89. Junior: 668, Sam Young, 2007-08. Senior: 690, Sam Young, 2008-09.

SCORING AVERAGE Freshman: 15.0, Charles Smith, 1984-85. Sophomore: 22.1, Larry Harris, 1975-76. Junior: 26.0, Don Hennon, 1957-58. Senior: 25.7, Don Hennon, 1958-59.

ANNUAL SCORING LEADERS Year Player y Pts. Avg. g 1943-44 .. Tay Malarkey .................... 178 ...... 11.9 1944-45 .. Do Do Canterna ............... 157 ...... 13.1 1945-46 .. Hank Zeller ....................... 171 ...... 12.2 1946-47 .. Sam David ....................... 177 ........ 9.8 1947-48 .. Oland Canterna ................ 244 ...... 11.6 1948-49 .. Sam David ....................... 390 ...... 15.6 1949-50 .. George McCrossin ............ 251 ...... 13.9 1950-51 .. Michael Belich ................. 415 ...... 15.9 1951-52 .. Mickey Zernich ................ 334 ...... 15.2 1952-53 .. Mickey Zernich ................ 309 ...... 13.4 1953-54 .. Clarence Butch ................ 363 1954-55 .. Ed Pavlick ......................... 622 1955-56 .. Bob Lazor ......................... 495 1956-57 .. Don Hennon ..................... 573 1957-58 .. Don Hennon ..................... 651

...... 15.8 ...... 23.9 ...... 19.8 ...... 21.2 ...... 26.0

1958-59 .. Don Hennon ..................... 617 1959-60 .. John Mills ......................... 348 1960-61 .. Ben Jinks ......................... 298 1961-62 .. Calvin Sheffield ................ 463 1962-63 .. Dave Roman .................... 359

...... 25.5 ...... 13.9 ...... 13.0 ...... 18.5 ...... 15.0

1963-64 .. Calvin Sheffield ................ 375 1964-65 .. Larry Szykowny ................ 364 1965-66 .. Larry Szykowny ................ 339 1966-67 .. Jim LaValley ..................... 297 1967-68 .. Tony Delisio ...................... 266

...... 16.3 ...... 15.8 ...... 15.4 ...... 11.9 ...... 12.1

1968-69 .. Mike Caldwell .................. 280 ...... 11.6 1969-70 .. Kent Scott ....................... 405 ...... 16.9 1970-71 .. Kent Scott ....................... 328 ...... 13.6 1971-72 .. Billy Knight ....................... 505 ...... 21.0 1972-73 .. Billy Knight ....................... 617 ...... 23.7 1973-74 .. Billy Knight ....................... 609 ...... 21.8 1974-75 .. Kirk Bruce ........................ 497 ...... 17.1 1975-76 .. Larry Harris ....................... 574 ...... 22.1 1976-77 .. Larry Harris ....................... 617 ...... 22.9 1977-78 .. Larry Harris ....................... 516 ...... 20.6 1978-79 .. Sam Clancy ..................... 447 1979-80 .. Sammie Ellis .................... 471 1980-81 .. Sam Clancy ..................... 504 1981-82 .. Clyde Vaughan g ................. 541 1982-83 .. Clyde Vaughan ................. 613

...... 15.4 ...... 17.4 ...... 16.3 ...... 18.0 ...... 21.9

1983-84 .. Clyde Vaughan ................. 651 ..... 21.0 1984-85 .. Charles Smith .................. 435 ...... 15.0 1985-86 .. Demetreus Gore ............... 466 ...... 16.1 1986-87 .. Charles Smith .................. 562 ...... 17.0 1987-88 .. Charles Smith .................. 587 ...... 18.9 1988-89 .. Brian Shorter .................... 587 1989-90 .. Brian Shorter .................... 598 1990-91 .. Jason Matthews .............. 544 1991-92 .. Chris McNeal .................... 492 1992-93 .. Jerry McCullough ............. 428

...... 19.6 ...... 20.6 ...... 16.5 ...... 14.5 ...... 15.3

1993-94 .. Eric Mobley ...................... 370 ...... 13.7 1994-95 .. Jaime Peterson ................ 389 ...... 13.9 1995-96 .. Jerry McCullough g ............. 336 ...... 13.4 1996-97 .. Vonteego Cummings ........ 539 ...... 16.3 1997-98 .. Vonteego Cummings ........ 507 ...... 19.5 1998-99 .. Vonteego g Cummings ........ 419 ...... 16.1 1999-00 .. Ricardo Greer ................... 506 ...... 18.1 2000-01 .. Ricardo Greer ................... 548 ...... 16.6 2001-02 .. Brandin Knight ................. 546 ...... 15.6 2002-03 .. Julius Page ....................... 391 ...... 12.2 2003-04 .. Carl Krauser ..................... 493 2004-05 .. Carl Krauser ..................... 463 2005-06 .. Carl Krauser ..................... 494 2006-07 .. Aaron Gray ....................... 499

...... 15.4 ...... 16.0 ...... 15.0 ...... 13.9

2007-08 .. Sam Youngg ...................... 668 2008-09 .. Sam Young ... ................... 690 ...................... 2009-10 .. Ashton Gibbs .................... 533 2010-11 .. Ashton Gibbs .................... 522

...... 18.1 ...... 19.2 ...... 15.7 ...... 16.8

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RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

SEASON RECORDS POINTS Pts. 690 668 651 651 622 617 617 617 613 609 598 587 587 574 573 562 553 550 548 546 544 541 539 533 522 522 516 507 506 505 504

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SCORING AVERAGE Player y (GP) ( ) Sam YYoung (36) Y Sam Young (37) Clyde Vaughan (31) Don Hennon (25) Ed Pavlick (26) Larry Harris (27) Don Hennon (24) Billy Knight (26) Clyde Vaughan (28) Billy Knight (28) Brian Shorter (29) Brian Shorter (30) Charles Smith (31) Larry Harris (26) Don Hennon (27) Charles Smith (33) Jason Matthews (29) DeJuan Blair (36) Ricardo Greer (33) Brandin Knight (35) Jason Matthews (33) Clyde Vaughan (30) Vonteego Cummings (33) Ashton Gibbs (34) Ashton Gibbs (34) Jerome Lane (33) Larry Harris (25) Vonteego Cummings (26) Ricardo Greer (28) Billy Knight (24) Sam Clancy (31)

Year Y 2008-09 2007-08 1983-84 1957-58 1954-55 1976-77 1958-59 1972-73 1982-83 1973-74 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1975-76 1956-57 1986-87 1989-90 2008-09 2000-01 2001-02 1990-91 1981-82 1996-97 2009-10 2010-11 1986-87 1977-78 1997-98 1999-01 1971-72 1980-81

Pts. 26.0 25.7 23.9 23.7 22.9 22.1 21.9 21.8 21.2 21.0 21.0 20.6 20.6 19.8 19.6 19.5 19.2 19.1 18.9 18.5 18.1 18.1 18.0 17.6 17.4 17.2 17.1 17.1 17.0 16.9 16.6

Player y ((GP)) Don Hennon (25) Don Hennon (24) Ed Pavlick (26) Billy Knight (26) Larry Harris (27) Larry Harris (26) Clyde Vaughan (28) Billy Knight (28) Don Hennon (27) Billy Knight (24) Clyde Vaughan (31) Larry Harris (25) Brian Shorter (29) Bob Lazor (25) Brian Shorter (30) Vonteego Cummings (26) Sam Young (36) Jason Matthews (29) Charles Smith (31) Calvin Sheffield (25) Sam Young (37) Ricardo Greer (28) Clyde Vaughan (30) Julius Pegues (25) Sammie Ellis (27) Brian Generalovich (25) Kirk Bruce (29) Kent Scott (24) Charles Smith (33) Kent Scott (29) Ricardo Greer (33)

Y Year 1957-58 1958-59 1954-55 1972-73 1976-77 1975-76 1982-83 1973-74 1956-57 1971-72 1983-84 1977-78 1989-90 1955-56 1988-89 1997-98 2008-09 1989-90 1987-88 1963-64 2007-08 1999-00 1981-82 1957-58 1979-80 1963-64 1974-75 1971-72 1986-87 1969-70 2000-01

CAREER RECORDS POINTS Pts. 2045 2033 1914 1884 1841 1840 1753 1731 1671 1642 1633 1581 1555 1512 1440 1342 1282 1282 1274 1258 1247 1217 1207 1200 1175 1164 1143 1127 1115 1114 1109 1099 1096 1090 1067 1057 1050 1047 1046 1007 979

OTHER SCORING RECORDS

SCORING AVERAGE (Minimum 40 GP) Player y (GP) ( ) Charles Smith (122) Clyde Vaughan (120) Larry Harris (107) Sam Young (143) Don Hennon (76) Jason Matthews (123) Ricardo Greer (117) Billy Knight (78) Sam Clancy (116) Carl Krauser (126) Brian Shorter (92) Vonteego Cummings (103) Demetreus Gore (122) Julius Page (136) Brandin Knight (127) Jerry McCullough (111) Sean Miller (128) Bobby Martin (117) Chevon Troutman (124) Jaron Brown (137) Levance Fields (131) Jerome Lane (93) Ashton Gibbs (100) Curtis Aiken (120) Bob Lazor (76) John Riser (78) Kent Scott (72) Isaac Hawkins (118) Calvin Sheffield (73) Brian Generalovich (72) Aaron Gray (113) Donatas Zavackas (118) Ronald Ramon (135) Brad Wanamaker (134) Chris McNeal (95) Carlton Neverson (89) Julius Pegues (77) Rod Brookin (94) Gilbert Brown (129) Darelle Porter (123) DeJuan Blair (72)

Year Y 1984-88 1980-84 1974-78 2005-09 1956-59 1987-91 1997-01 1971-74 1977-81 2002-06 1988-91 1995-99 1984-88 2000-04 1999-03 1991-96 1987-92 1987-91 2001-05 2000-04 2005-09 1985-88 2008-11 1983-87 1954-57 1954-57 1969-72 1996-01 1961-64 1961-64 2003-07 1999-03 2004-08 2007-11 1990-93 1978-81 1955-58 1986-90 2006-11 1987-91 2007-09

Pts. 24.2 22.2 18.2 17.9 17.8 16.9 16.8 16.5 15.9 15.5 15.5 15.3 15.3 15.0 15.0 14.9 14.4 13.6 13.6 13.4 13.2 13.1 13.1 13.0 12.7 12.6 12.5 12.1 12.1 12.1 12.1 12.0 11.9 11.9 11.8 11.6 11.3 11.2 11.2 11.1 11.1

Rod Brookin (1986-90) connected on 40.8 percent of his 3-point shots to rank fourth on Pitt’s all-time list. He also scored 1,047 career points and ranks 38th on the school’s all-time scoring list.

Player y (GP) ( ) Don Hennon (76) Billy Knight (78) Ed Pavlick (51) Larry Harris (107) Brian Shorter (92) Clyde Vaughan (120) Charles Smith (122) Sammie Ellis (55) Kent Scott (72) Brian Generalovich (72) Bob Lazor (76) Vonteego Cummings (103) Calvin Sheffield (73) Ricardo Greer (117) Jason Matthews (123) John Riser (78) Sam Clancy (116) DeJuan Blair (72) Julius Pegues (77) Samuel David (46) Sam Young (143) Jerome Lane (93) Clarence Burch (45) Carl Krauser (126) Demetreus Gore (122) Dave Roman (50) Oland Canterna (45) Ashton Gibbs (100) Ben Jinks (70) Jerry McCullough (111) Larry Szykowny (67) Chris TTaft (65) Michael Zernich (71) Carlton Neverson (89) John Fridley (72) Mike Paul (68) Brandin Knight (127) Chris McNeal (95) Bob Lovett (64) Rod Brookin (94) Julius Page (136)

Y Year 1956-59 1971-74 1952-55 1974-78 1988-91 1980-84 1984-88 1978-80 1969-72 1961-64 1954-57 1995-99 1961-64 1997-01 1987-91 1954-57 1977-81 2007-09 1955-58 1947-49 2005-09 1985-88 1951,54 2002-06 1984-88 1962-64 1947-49 2008-11 1960-63 1991-96 1963-66 2003-05 1950-53 1978-81 1958-61 1969-72 1999-03 1990-93 1963-66 1986-90 2000-04

DOUBLE FIGURE SCORING GAMES „ Career: 106, Charles Smith, 1984-88. „ Season: 36, Sam Young, 2007-08. „ Consecutive: 81, Larry Harris, 3/8/75-3/3/78. 20-PLUS POINT GAMES „ Career: 52, Don Hennon, 1956-59. „ Season: 20, Don Hennon, 1958-59. „ Consecutive: 12, Don Hennon, 2/22/58-12/ 29/58. 30-PLUS POINT GAMES „ Career: 23, Don Hennon, 1956-59. „ Season: 9, Don Hennon, two times, 1957-58 and 1958-59. „ Consecutive: 2, three times. 40-PLUS POINT GAMES „ Career: 3, Don Hennon, 1956-59. „ Season: 2, Don Hennon, 1957-58. 20.0-PLUS AVERAGE SEASONS „ Career: 3, Don Hennon, 1956-59; Larry Harris, 1974-78; Billy Knight, 1971-74. POINTS OVER A TWO-GAME STRETCH „ Career: 76, Don Hennon (45-Duke/31Duquesne), 1956-57. PCT. T OF DOUBLE-FIGURE SCORING GAMES „ Career: 96.0%, Don Hennon (73-76), 195659. „ Season: 100.0%, many players. MULTIPLE L SEASON SCORING LEADERS „ Career: 3, Don Hennon, 1956-58; Billy Knight, 1971-74; Larry Harris, 1974-78; Vonteego Cummings, 1995-99; Clyde Vaughan, 1980-84; Charles Smith, 1984-88; Carl Krauser, 2002-06. MULTIPLE L 500-PLUS POINT SEASONS „ Career: 3, four players- Don Hennon, 195658; Billy Knight, 1971-74; Larry Harris, 197478; Clyde Vaughan, 1980-84.

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

1,000-POINT CLUB 1. CHARLES SMITH „ 2,045 POINTS

JERSEY RETIRED

No. 32 „ 6-10 „ 230 „ Center „ Bridgeport, Conn. (Warren Harding) YYear GP GS 1984-85 29 29 1985-86 29 29 1986-87 33 33 1987-88 31 31 TOTAL 122 122

Min 956 1077 1050 1020 4103

Avgg 33.0 37.1 31.8 32.9 33.6

FG FGA 151 301 165 318 180 327 211 378 707 1324

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA .502 0 0 .519 0 0 .550 0 0 .558 3 11 .534 3 11

Pct .000 .000 .000 .273 .273

FT 133 131 202 162 628

FTA 175 172 275 212 834

Pct Off .760 -.762 -.735 96 .764 77 .753 173

Def 231 235 186 162 814

Rebounds T Avgg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Tot 231 8.0 79 1 15 58 63 24 235 8.1 97 7 46 59 81 27 282 8.5 122 9 53 65 106 25 239 7.7 94 5 57 67 96 38 987 8.1 392 22 171 249 346 114

Pts 435 461 562 587 2045

Avgg 15.0 15.9 17.0 18.9 16.8

2. CLYDE VAUGHAN „ 2,033 POINTS No. 42 „ 6-4 „ 210 „ Forward „ Mount Vernon, N.Y. (New Rochelle) YYear GP 1980-81 31 1981-82 30 1982-83 28 1983-84 31 TOTAL 120

GS ------

Min 447 1081 1067 1146 3741

Avgg 14.4 36.0 38.1 37.0 31.2

FG FGA 89 198 199 397 228 478 254 526 770 1599

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA .449 --.501 --.477 --.483 --.482 ---

Pct ------

FT 50 143 157 143 493

FTA 94 200 213 189 696

Pct .532 .715 .737 .757 .708

Off ------

Def 124 284 258 256 922

Rebounds T Avgg PF FO Ast TO Tot 124 4.0 30 0 9 27 284 9.5 63 0 19 67 258 9.2 63 1 19 26 256 8.3 61 1 43 64 922 7.7 217 2 90 184

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 2 7 228 7.4 9 22 541 18.0 6 17 613 21.9 3 18 651 21.0 20 64 2033 16.9

3. LARRY HARRIS „ 1,914 POINTS No. 24 „ 6-6 „ 205 „ Forward „ Loraine, Ohio (Clearview) YYear GP 1974-75 29 1975-76 26 1976-77 27 1977-78 25 TOTAL 107

GS ------

Min ------

Avgg ------

FG FGA 90 200 242 475 254 494 217 415 803 1584

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA -.450 -.509 --.514 --.523 --.507 ---

Pct FT FTA Pct -- 27 44 .614 -- 90 117 .769 -- 109 133 .820 -- 82 102 .804 -- 308 396 .778

Off ------

Def 96 167 175 131 569

Rebounds T Avgg PF FO Ast Tot 96 3.3 52 2 25 167 6.4 77 4 20 175 6.5 81 4 41 131 5.2 74 3 37 569 5.3 284 13 123

TO ------

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 19 -- 207 7.1 24 -- 574 22.1 4 -- 617 22.9 16 -- 516 20.6 63 -- 1914 17.9

4. SAM YOUNG „ 1,884 POINTS No. 23 „ 6-7 „ 215 „ Forward „ Clinton, Md. (Hargrave Military Academy/Friendly) YYear GP 2005-06 33 2006-07 37 2007-08 37 2008-09 36 TOTAL 143

GS Min 3 672 2 637 37 1187 36 1146 78 3642

Avgg 20.4 17.2 32.1 31.8 25.5

FG FGA 98 188 103 225 254 505 261 520 716 1438

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT .521 4 21 .190 61 .458 13 42 .310 46 .503 44 115 .383 116 .502 54 145 .372 114 .498 115 323 .356 337

FTA 88 77 168 154 487

Rebounds Pct Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avgg .693 59 85 144 4.4 45 0 28 50 20 22 261 7.9 .597 47 64 111 3.0 60 1 25 42 17 21 265 7.2 .690 83 149 232 6.3 73 1 45 87 42 41 668 18.1 .740 69 156 225 6.3 60 1 40 88 30 35 690 19.2 3 138 267 109 119 1884 13.2 .692 258 454 712 5.0 238

5. DON HENNON „ 1,841 POINTS

JERSEY RETIRED

No. 10 „ 5-8 1/2 „ 188 „ Guard „ Wampum, Pa. (Wampum) YYear 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 TOTAL

GP 27 25 24 76

GS -----

Min -----

Avgg -----

FG FGA 225 541 267 654 231 632 723 1827

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA .416 --.408 --.366 --.396 ---

Pct -----

FT 123 117 155 395

FTA 149 140 191 480

Pct .826 .836 .812 .823

Rebounds Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast -- 95 95 3.5 68 2 --- 118 118 4.7 65 0 --- 105 105 4.4 77 1 --- 318 318 4.2 210 3 --

TO -----

Blk Stl Pts Avgg -- -- 573 21.2 -- -- 651 26.0 -- -- 617 25.7 -- -- 1841 24.2

Rebounds Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO 19 27 46 1.5 68 2 49 46 33 51 84 2.8 83 3 37 57 28 60 88 3.0 99 0 69 65 13 57 70 2.1 75 0 70 56 93 195 288 2.3 325 5 225 224

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 2 17 247 8.0 7 25 496 16.5 4 30 553 19.1 7 37 544 16.5 20 109 1840 15.0

6. JASON MATTHEWS „ 1,840 POINTS No. 22 „ 6-3 „ 180 „ Guard „ Los Angeles, Calif. (St. Monica) YYear GP GS Min 1987-88 31 23 638 1988-89 30 30 884 1989-90 29 29 1092 1990-91 33 30 938 TOTAL 123 112 3552

Avgg 20.6 29.5 37.7 28.4 28.9

FG FGA 85 191 144 300 166 361 155 360 550 1212

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA .445 26 58 .448 51 61 .480 66 137 .482 142 158 .460 80 175 .457 141 158 .431 87 197 .442 147 171 .454 259 567 .457 481 548

Pct .836 .899 .892 .860 .878

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RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

1,000-POINT CLUB 7. RICARDO GREER „ 1,753 POINTS No. 25 „ 6-5 „ 220 „ Guard/Forward „ New York, Y N.Y. (George Washington/Cheshire Academy, Mass.) YYear GP GS Min 1997-98 27 27 967 1998-99 29 28 928 1999-00 28 28 1008 2000-01 33 32 1123 TOTAL 117 115 4026

Avgg 35.8 32.0 36.0 34.0 34.4

FG FGA 132 308 144 326 189 407 207 427 672 1468

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA .429 23 90 .256 48 66 .442 8 44 .182 68 97 .464 31 94 .330 97 151 .485 34 120 .283 100 146 .458 96 348 .276 313 460

Rebounds Pct Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO .727 81 100 181 6.7 74 0 117 106 .701 84 105 189 6.5 92 2 73 72 .642 121 154 275 9.8 62 0 90 99 .685 79 164 243 7.4 74 0 93 87 .680 365 523 888 7.6 302 2 373 364

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 7 42 335 12.4 11 63 364 12.6 2 49 506 18.1 12 42 548 16.6 32 196 1753 15.0 JERSEY RETIRED

8. BILLY KNIGHT „ 1,731 POINTS No. 34 „ 6-7 „ 200 „ Forward „ Braddock, Pa. (Braddock) YYear 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 TOTAL

GP 24 26 28 78

GS -----

Min -----

Avgg -----

FG FGA 205 381 275 530 270 525 750 1436

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA .538 --.519 --.514 --.522 ---

Pct FT FTA Pct -- 95 131 .725 -- 67 89 .753 -- 69 89 .775 -- 231 309 .748

Off -----

Def 276 287 375 938

Rebounds T Avgg PF FO Ast Tot 276 11.5 65 2 56 287 11.0 54 0 77 375 13.4 70 2 73 4 206 938 12.0 189

TO -----

Blk Stl Pts Avgg -- -- 505 21.0 -- -- 617 23.7 -- -- 609 21.8 -- -- 1731 22.2

9. SAM CLANCY „ 1,671 POINTS No. 15 „ 6-7 „ 235 „ Forward „ Pittsburgh, Pa. (Brashear)

148

YYear GP GS 1977-78 27 27 1978-79 29 29 1979-80 29 29 1980-81 31 31 TOTAL 116 116

Min -1070 1064 1139 3273

Avgg 0.0 36.9 36.7 36.7 28.2

FG FGA 155 320 164 348 134 284 203 410 656 1362

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA .484 --.471 --.472 --.495 --.482 ---

Pct FT FTA Pct -- 68 102 .667 -- 119 164 .726 -- 74 132 .561 -- 98 140 .700 -- 359 538 .667

Off ------

Def 327 362 321 332 1342

Rebounds T Avgg Tot 327 12.1 362 12.5 321 11.1 332 10.7 1342 11.6

PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avgg 91 5 37 -- 53 -- 378 14.0 104 6 57 100 27 42 447 15.4 102 7 54 88 50 49 342 11.8 113 7 38 90 40 70 504 16.3 410 25 186 278 170 161 1671 14.4

10. CARL KRAUSER „ 1,642 POINTS No. 11 „ 6-2 „ 200 „ Guard „ Bronx, N.Y. (Notre Dame Academy) YYear GP 2002-03 32 2003-04 32 2004-05 29 2005-06 33 TOTAL 126

GS 1 32 29 33 95

Min 595 1155 1033 1054 3837

Avgg 18.6 36.1 35.6 31.9 30.5

FG FGA 60 136 153 377 134 326 157 391 504 1230

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA .441 21 54 .389 51 70 .406 48 144 .333 139 179 .411 54 137 .394 141 188 .402 67 182 .368 113 155 .410 190 517 .368 444 592

Pct .729 .777 .750 .729 .750

Off 12 27 26 26 91

Def 77 129 114 115 435

Rebounds T Avgg PF FO Ast TO Tot 89 2.8 66 1 93 64 156 4.9 79 2 145 96 140 4.8 70 0 170 122 141 4.3 92 2 160 103 526 4.2 307 5 568 385

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 0 34 192 6.0 2 52 493 15.4 2 51 463 16.0 0 53 494 15.0 4 190 1642 13.0

11. BRIAN SHORTER „ 1,633 POINTS No. 00 „ 6-6 „ 230 „ Forward „ Philadelphia, Pa. (Simon Gratz) YYear 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 TOTAL

GP 30 29 33 92

GS Min 30 1046 29 1066 32 837 91 2949

Avgg 34.9 36.8 25.4 32.1

FG FGA 204 340 197 370 139 294 540 1004

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA .600 1 2 .532 0 6 .473 0 2 .538 1 10

Pct .500 .000 .000 .100

FT 178 204 170 552

FTA 249 308 221 778

Rebounds Pct Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO .715 110 178 288 9.6 92 4 48 90 .662 97 177 274 9.4 91 0 40 96 .769 76 134 210 6.4 99 1 35 81 .710 283 489 772 8.4 282 5 123 267

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 15 17 587 19.6 14 28 598 20.6 16 16 448 13.6 45 61 1633 17.8

12. VONTEEGO CUMMINGS „ 1,581 POINTS No. 3 „ 6-4 „ 190 „ Guard „ Thomson, Ga. (Thomson) YYear GP 1995-96 18 1996-97 33 1997-98 26 1998-99 26 TOTAL 103

GS Min 12 438 33 1129 26 1042 26 923 97 3532

Avgg 24.3 34.2 40.1 35.5 34.3

FG FGA 39 117 189 414 173 406 153 372 554 1309

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT .333 10 42 .238 28 .457 42 105 .400 119 .426 41 130 .315 120 .411 41 124 .331 72 .423 134 401 .334 339

FTA 42 167 173 103 485

Pct Off Def .667 15 47 .713 60 77 .694 32 75 .699 27 79 .699 134 278

Rebounds T Avgg PF FO Ast TO Tot 62 3.4 35 0 52 36 137 4.2 100 5 140 129 107 4.1 74 3 154 115 106 4.1 76 5 112 84 412 4.0 285 13 458 364

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 6 15 116 6.4 6 85 539 16.3 12 66 507 19.5 11 69 419 16.1 35 235 1581 15.3

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

1,000-POINT CLUB 13. DEMETREUS GORE „ 1,555 POINTS No. 33 „ 6-5 „ 210 „ Guard/Forward „ Detroit, Mich. (Chadsey) YYear GP GS Min 1984-85 29 19 593 1985-86 29 29 833 1986-87 33 33 879 1987-88 31 31 817 TOTAL 122 112 3122

Avgg 20.4 28.7 26.6 26.4 25.6

FG FGA 114 273 197 355 167 374 167 345 645 1347

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct .418 ---- 40 54 .741 .555 ---- 72 86 .837 .447 11 41 .268 73 94 .777 .484 13 32 .406 56 71 .789 .479 24 73 .329 241 305 .790

Rebounds Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO -- 50 50 1.7 55 1 50 77 -- 110 110 3.8 86 3 78 95 37 88 125 3.8 79 1 107 96 35 74 109 3.5 75 2 65 68 72 322 394 3.2 295 7 300 336

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 2 30 268 9.2 9 42 466 16.1 6 29 418 12.7 3 25 403 13.0 20 126 1555 12.7

14. JULIUS PAGE „ 1,512 POINTS No. 1 „ 6-3 „ 191 „ Guard „ Buffalo, N.Y. (Turner-Carroll) YYear GP GS 2000-01 33 25 2001-02 35 35 2002-03 32 32 2003-04 36 36 TOTAL 136 128

Min 888 1201 1028 1281 4398

Avgg 26.9 34.3 32.1 35.6 32.3

FG FGA 109 257 157 337 144 295 134 361 544 1250

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct .424 43 126 .341 38 61 .623 .466 57 182 .313 55 68 .809 .488 54 146 .370 49 70 .700 .371 56 170 .329 72 102 .706 .435 210 624 .337 214 301 .711

Rebounds Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO 13 48 61 1.8 52 1 35 39 16 109 125 3.6 46 0 76 57 8 102 110 3.4 58 0 70 50 15 91 106 2.9 52 0 63 51 52 350 402 3.0 208 1 244 197

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 5 22 299 9.1 16 16 426 12.2 9 24 391 12.2 14 25 396 11.0 44 87 1512 11.1

15. BRANDIN KNIGHT „ 1,440 POINTS No. 20 „ 6-0 „ 190 „ Guard „ East Orange, N.J. (Seton Hall Prep) YYear GP GS Min 1999-00 28 25 937 2000-01 31 26 999 2001-02 35 35 1284 2002-03 33 33 1087 TOTAL 127 119 4307

Avgg FG FGA 33.5 85 212 32.2 91 235 36.7 194 454 32.9 122 332 33.9 492 1233

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT .401 26 80 .325 43 .387 33 128 .258 70 .427 93 261 .356 65 .367 57 185 .308 69 .399 209 654 .320 247

FTA 78 115 147 120 460

Pct .551 .609 .442 .575 .537

Rebounds Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO 23 83 106 3.8 83 0 154 98 21 81 102 3.3 81 1 171 95 27 140 167 4.8 87 1 251 112 21 96 117 3.5 76 1 209 101 92 400 492 3.9 327 3 785 406

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 10 77 239 8.5 16 69 285 9.2 16 82 546 15.6 13 70 370 11.2 55 298 1440 11.3

149

16. JERRY McCULLOUGH „ 1,342 POINTS No. 5 „ 5-11 „ 180 „ Guard „ New York, N.Y. (Rice) YYear GP 1991-92 33 1992-93 28 1993-94 25 1995-96 25 TOTAL 111

GS Min 3 651 28 992 24 879 24 815 79 3337

Avgg FG FGA 19.7 71 184 35.4 124 322 35.2 93 240 32.6 90 262 30.1 378 1008

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA .386 30 82 .366 73 116 .385 48 164 .293 132 171 .388 36 105 .343 111 153 .344 38 126 .302 118 157 .375 152 477 .319 434 597

Pct Off Def .629 14 39 .772 33 73 .725 27 73 .752 31 70 .727 105 255

Rebounds T Avgg PF FO Ast TO Tot 53 1.6 76 2 88 64 106 3.8 82 1 156 90 100 4.0 63 3 175 92 101 4.0 79 1 133 61 360 3.2 300 7 552 307

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 9 47 245 7.4 10 64 428 15.3 7 70 333 13.3 11 76 336 13.4 37 257 1342 12.1

TIE-17. BOBBY MARTIN „ 1,282 POINTS No. 55 „ 6-9 „ 235 „ Center „ Atlantic City, N.J. (Atlantic City) YYear GP 1987-88 31 1988-89 30 1989-90 29 1990-91 27 TOTAL 117

GS Min 0 525 30 1001 28 1000 23 635 81 3161

Avgg FG 16.9 61 33.4 113 34.5 145 23.5 97 27.0 416

FGA 125 237 270 197 829

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off .488 0 1 .000 85 117 .726 54 .477 0 2 .000 139 205 .678 91 .537 1 5 .200 127 185 .686 79 .492 1 1 1.000 97 134 .724 79 .502 2 9 .222 448 641 .699 303

Def 66 139 165 102 472

Rebounds T Avgg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avgg Tot 120 3.9 76 4 11 35 18 9 207 6.7 230 7.7 102 3 21 76 30 25 365 12.2 244 8.4 99 3 28 80 34 23 418 14.4 181 6.7 105 4 20 60 27 16 292 10.8 775 6.6 382 14 80 251 109 73 1282 11.0

TIE-17. SEAN MILLER „ 1,282 POINTS No. 3 „ 6-1 „ 185 „ Guard „ Beaver Falls, Pa. (Blackhawk) YYear GP GS 1987-88 31 27 1988-89 30 30 1990-91 33 33 1991-92 34 34 TOTAL 128 124

Min 1072 1051 989 1034 4146

Avgg FG 34.6 86 35.0 80 30.0 100 30.4 97 32.4 363

FGA 186 199 225 235 845

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA .462 58 133 .436 57 67 .402 56 143 .392 74 81 .444 68 156 .436 76 84 .413 57 142 .401 110 126 .430 239 574 .416 317 358

Pct .851 .914 .905 .873 .885

Rebounds Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO 8 52 60 1.9 83 0 180 79 7 50 57 1.9 81 1 181 82 9 53 62 1.9 67 0 159 66 14 68 82 2.4 90 1 224 94 38 223 261 2.0 321 2 744 321

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 0 31 287 9.3 1 27 290 9.7 2 17 344 10.4 4 27 361 10.6 7 102 1282 10.0

19. CHEVON TROUTMAN „ 1,274 POINTS No. 2 „ 6-7 „ 240 „ Forward „ Williamsport, Pa (Williamsport Area) YYear GP 2001-02 29 2002-03 31 2003-04 35 2004-05 29 TOTAL 124

GS Min 4 376 3 699 34 1022 29 894 70 2991

Avgg 13.0 22.5 29.2 30.8 24.1

FG 64 135 136 151 486

FGA 115 188 208 267 778

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA .557 3 8 .718 1 6 .654 3 14 .566 6 16 .625 13 44

Pct FT FTA .375 24 51 .167 70 116 .214 69 113 .375 126 177 .295 289 457

Pct Off Def .471 44 58 .603 61 98 .611 83 135 .712 100 132 .632 288 423

Rebounds T Avgg PF FO Ast TO Tot 102 3.5 57 2 15 19 159 5.1 80 2 31 45 218 6.2 86 2 66 70 232 8.0 76 3 43 63 711 5.7 299 9 155 197

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 12 19 155 5.3 14 39 341 11.0 35 42 344 9.8 25 34 434 15.0 86 134 1274 10.3

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

1,000-POINT CLUB 20. JARON BROWN „ 1,258 POINTS No. 4 „ 6-4 „ 237 „ Guard/Forward „ Lexington, Ky. (Bryan Station) Y Year GP GS 2000-01 33 6 2001-02 35 34 2002-03 33 33 2003-04 36 36 TOTAL 137 109

Min 505 1031 1004 1237 3777

Avgg 15.3 29.5 30.4 34.4 27.6

FG 64 131 141 165 501

FGA 139 253 267 338 997

T Total Pct 3FG 3FGA .460 3 22 .518 4 24 .528 15 42 .488 14 65 .503 36 153

Rebounds Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO .136 27 50 .540 27 51 78 2.4 59 0 50 57 .167 60 96 .625 91 123 214 6.1 70 0 79 79 .357 57 84 .679 67 99 166 5.0 59 0 64 60 .215 76 116 .655 87 106 193 5.4 81 1 102 83 .235 220 346 .636 272 379 651 4.8 269 1 295 279

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 11 33 158 4.8 19 48 326 9.3 20 46 354 10.7 9 65 420 11.7 59 192 1258 9.2

21. LEVANCE FIELDS „ 1,247 POINTS No. 2 „ 5-10 „ 190 „ Guard „ Brooklyn, N.Y. (Xavierian) YYear GP GS Min 2005-06 33 4 715 2006-07 37 37 1094 2007-08 25 23 773 2008-09 36 36 1165 TOTAL 131 100 3747

Avgg FG FGA 21.7 77 157 29.6 112 272 30.9 98 258 32.4 130 327 28.6 417 1014

Total T Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT .490 32 74 .432 38 .412 52 146 .356 63 .380 28 101 .277 74 .398 47 138 .341 79 .411 159 459 .346 254

FTA 57 83 104 111 355

Pct .667 .759 .712 .712 .715

Rebounds Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO 15 53 68 2.1 27 0 73 37 19 115 134 3.6 49 2 169 70 20 78 98 3.9 37 1 133 45 23 68 91 2.5 47 0 270 71 77 314 391 3.0 160 3 645 223

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 1 26 224 6.8 1 39 339 9.2 0 28 298 11.9 2 28 386 10.7 4 121 1247 9.5

22. JEROME LANE „ 1,217 POINTS No. 34 „ 6-6 „ 232 „ Forward „ Akron, Ohio (St. Vincent-St. Mary) Y Year 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 TOTAL

GP 29 33 31 93

GS Min 17 711 33 1169 31 1090 81 2970

Avgg FG 24.5 95 35.4 187 35.2 154 31.9 436

FGA 202 329 300 831

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA .470 0 0 .568 4 8 .513 0 7 .525 4 15

Rebounds Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO .000 74 113 .655 -- 148 148 5.1 59 5 46 39 .500 144 230 .626 198 246 444 13.5 99 4 73 86 .000 123 200 .615 141 237 378 12.2 99 3 87 91 .267 341 543 .628 339 631 970 10.4 257 12 206 216

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 13 23 264 9.1 14 42 522 15.8 7 40 431 13.9 34 105 1217 13.1

23. ASHTON GIBBS „ 1,207 POINTS

150

No. 12 „ 6-2 „ 190 „ Guard „ Scotch Plains, N.J. (Seton Hall Prep) Y Year GP 2008-09 35 2009-10 34 2010-11 31 TOTAL 100

GS Min 0 373 34 1177 30 1016 64 2566

Avgg FG 10.7 50 34.6 159 32.8 170 25.7 379

FGA 117 401 363 881

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct .427 36 82 .439 16 20 .800 .397 78 200 .390 137 155 .884 .468 102 208 .490 80 90 .889 .430 216 490 .441 233 265 .879

Rebounds Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO 6 18 24 0.7 27 0 30 22 14 81 95 2.8 40 0 62 40 11 62 73 2.4 41 0 86 51 31 161 192 1.9 108 0 178 113

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 1 5 152 4.3 3 26 533 15.7 0 13 522 16.8 4 44 1207 12.1

24. CURTIS AIKEN „ 1,200 POINTS No. 14 „ 6-0 „ 184 „ Guard „ Buffalo, N.Y. (Bennett) YYear GP 1983-84 31 1984-85 29 1985-86 29 1986-87 31 TOTAL 120

GS Min -- 419 24 864 29 941 29 992 82 3216

Avgg FG FGA 13.5 47 129 29.8 98 228 32.4 177 311 32.0 167 360 26.8 489 1028

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT .364 ---- 17 .430 ---- 71 .569 ---- 27 .464 46 117 .393 61 .476 46 117 .393 176

FTA 40 102 48 106 296

Pct .425 .696 .563 .575 .595

Rebounds Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO -- 19 19 0.6 37 1 58 39 -- 52 52 1.8 77 1 123 86 -- 58 58 2.0 69 1 102 74 26 30 56 1.8 62 2 95 48 26 159 185 1.5 245 5 378 247

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 0 31 111 3.6 5 47 267 9.2 4 37 381 13.1 3 40 441 14.2 12 155 1200 10.0

25. BOB LAZOR „ 1,175 POINTS No. 12 „ 6-6 „ 200 „ Forward „ Canonsburg, Pa. (Canonsburg) Y Year 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 TOTAL

GP 26 25 25 76

GS -----

Min -----

Avgg -----

FG FGA 123 316 189 462 154 389 466 1167

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA .389 --.409 --.396 --.399 ---

Pct FT FTA Pct -- 63 96 .656 -- 117 157 .745 -- 63 100 .630 -- 243 353 .688

Off -----

Def 316 289 236 841

Rebounds T Avgg PF FO Ast Tot 316 12.2 86 5 -289 11.6 78 4 -236 9.4 56 3 -841 11.1 220 12 --

TO -----

Blk Stl Pts Avgg -- -- 309 11.9 -- -- 495 19.8 -- -- 371 14.8 -- -- 1175 15.5

TO -----

Blk Stl Pts Avgg -- -- 346 13.3 -- -- 405 16.2 -- -- 413 15.3 -- -- 1164 14.9

26. JOHN RISER „ 1,164 POINTS No. 33 „ 6-4 „ 200 „ Forward „ Washington, Pa. (Washington) YYear 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 TOTAL

GP 26 25 27 78

GS -----

Min -----

Avgg -----

FG FGA 129 372 135 333 130 341 394 1046

Total T Pct 3FG 3FGA .347 ---.405 --.381 -.377 ---

Pct FT FTA Pct -- 88 169 .521 -- 135 191 .707 -- 153 206 .743 -- 376 566 .664

Off -----

Def 278 213 284 775

Rebounds T Avgg PF FO Ast Tot 278 10.7 98 9 -213 8.5 90 8 -284 10.5 94 8 -775 9.9 282 25 --

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

1,000-POINT CLUB 27. KENT SCOTT „ 1,143 POINTS No. 20 „ 6-3 „ 170 „ Guard „ Raytown, Mo. (Raytown South) YYear 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 TOTAL

GP 24 24 24 72

GS -----

Min -----

Avgg -----

FG FGA 178 344 138 291 186 371 502 1006

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA .517 ---.474 -.501 --.499 ---

Pct FT FTA Pct -- 49 61 .803 -- 52 63 .825 -- 38 47 .809 -- 139 171 .813

Rebounds Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast -- 51 51 2.1 31 0 --- 56 56 2.3 43 0 82 -- 67 67 2.8 41 0 79 -- 174 174 2.4 115 0 161

TO -----

Blk Stl Pts Avgg -- -- 405 16.9 -- -- 328 13.7 -- -- 410 17.1 -- -- 1143 15.9

28. ISAAC HAWKINS „ 1,127 POINTS No. 52 „ 6-8 „ 210 „ Forward „ Baton Rouge, La. (Istrouma H.S./Hargrave Military Academy) YYear GP 1996-97 30 1997-98 27 1998-99 29 2000-01 32 TOTAL 118

GS Min 2 354 27 1011 29 1029 32 994 90 3388

Avgg 11.8 37.4 35.5 31.1 28.7

FG 29 159 149 125 462

FGA 62 294 309 230 895

Total Rebounds Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avgg .468 0 0 .000 18 27 .667 34 41 75 2.5 45 0 5 24 21 7 76 2.5 .541 1 5 .200 65 95 .684 108 140 248 9.2 85 3 27 61 45 33 384 14.2 .482 1 7 .143 70 104 .673 109 148 257 8.9 80 0 29 75 38 29 369 12.7 .543 1 1 1.000 47 88 .534 92 162 254 7.9 70 1 39 65 39 27 298 9.3 3 13 .231 200 314 .637 343 491 834 7.1 280 4 100 225 143 96 1127 9.6 .516

29. CALVIN SHEFFIELD „ 1,115 POINTS No. 21 „ 6-0 „ 170 „ Guard „ New Brighton, Pa. (New Brighton) YYear 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 TOTAL

GP 23 25 25 73

GS -----

Min -----

Avgg FG -- 123 -- 88 -- 161 -- 372

FGA 280 226 363 869

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA .439 --.389 --.444 ---.428 --

Pct -----

FT 129 101 141 371

FTA 168 146 191 505

Pct .768 .692 .738 .735

Rebounds Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast -- 88 88 3.8 70 3 --- 88 88 3.5 55 1 --- 113 113 4.5 66 2 --- 289 289 4.0 191 6 --

TO -----

Blk Stl Pts Avgg -- -- 375 16.3 -- -- 277 11.1 -- -- 463 18.5 -- -- 1115 15.3

151

30. BRIAN GENERALOVICH „ 1,114 POINTS No. 14 „ 6-4 „ 210 „ Forward „ Farrell, Pa. (Farrell) YYear 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 TOTAL

GP 22 25 25 72

GS -----

Min -----

Avgg -----

FG 127 133 160 420

FGA 281 318 384 983

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA .452 --.418 --.417 ---.427 --

Pct FT FTA -- 89 113 -- 74 95 -- 111 152 -- 274 360

Pct .788 .779 .730 .761

Off -----

Def 203 206 213 622

Rebounds T Avgg PF FO Ast Tot 203 9.2 68 5 -206 8.2 68 4 -213 8.5 67 2 -622 8.6 203 11 --

TO -----

Blk Stl Pts Avgg -- -- 343 15.6 -- -- 340 13.6 -- -- 431 17.2 -- -- 1114 15.5

31. AARON GRAY „ 1,109 POINTS No. 33 „ 7-0 „ 270 „ Center „ Emmaus, Pa. (Emmaus) YYear GP 2003-04 15 2004-05 29 2005-06 33 2006-07 36 TOTAL 113

GS Min 0 88 0 336 33 920 35 1016 68 2360

Avgg FG 5.9 11 11.6 49 27.9 170 28.2 204 20.9 434

FGA 20 85 323 361 789

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA .550 0 0 .576 0 0 .526 0 0 .565 0 0 .550 0 0

Rebounds Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avgg .000 4 7 .571 10 12 22 1.5 13 0 6 3 3 0 26 1.7 .000 28 46 .609 35 47 82 2.8 48 0 20 30 16 5 126 4.3 .000 118 186 .634 121 224 345 10.5 86 2 60 88 49 21 458 13.9 .000 91 166 .548 120 221 341 9.5 91 0 61 55 62 15 499 13.9 2 147 176 130 41 1109 9.8 .000 241 405 .595 286 504 790 7.0 238

32. DONATAS ZAVACKAS „ 1,099 POINTS No. 5 „ 6-8 „ 238 „ Forward „ Klaipeda, Lithuania/St. Vincent-St. Mary, Akron, Ohio) YYear GP GS Min 1999-00 21 18 573 2000-01 33 25 760 2001-02 33 33 1029 2002-03 31 30 829 TOTAL 118 106 3191

Avgg FG 27.3 50 23.0 76 31.2 106 26.7 93 27.0 325

FGA 121 165 249 192 727

Total Rebounds Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO .413 14 42 .333 43 56 .768 47 46 93 4.4 67 4 20 45 .461 41 83 .494 69 84 .821 44 65 109 3.3 95 3 42 53 .426 41 123 .333 114 140 .814 72 105 177 5.4 80 2 63 60 .484 51 115 .443 76 94 .809 46 94 140 4.5 79 3 61 41 .447 147 363 .405 302 374 .807 209 310 519 4.4 321 12 186 199

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 2 7 157 7.5 3 16 262 7.9 10 14 367 11.1 3 10 313 10.1 18 47 1099 9.3

33. RONALD RAMON „ 1,096 POINTS No. 4 „ 6-1 „ 185 „ Guard „ Bronx, N.Y. (All Hallows) YYear GP 2004-05 28 2005-06 33 2006-07 37 2007-08 37 TOTAL 135

GS Min 4 732 29 822 0 884 37 1174 70 3612

Avgg FG 26.1 62 24.9 81 23.9 97 31.7 101 26.8 341

FGA 171 175 209 260 815

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct .363 43 128 .336 24 31 .774 .463 49 118 .415 54 65 .831 .464 74 164 .451 59 68 .868 .388 67 180 .372 44 62 .710 .418 233 590 .395 181 226 .801

Rebounds Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO 11 36 47 1.7 58 1 52 23 7 39 46 1.4 60 0 73 34 6 60 66 1.8 73 0 81 58 16 79 95 2.6 66 0 133 51 40 214 254 1.9 257 1 339 166

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 0 24 191 6.8 1 22 265 8.0 3 20 327 8.8 2 34 313 8.5 6 100 1096 8.1

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

1,000-POINT CLUB 34. BRAD WANAMAKER „ 1,090 POINTS No. 22 „ 6-4 „ 210 „ Guard „ Philadelphia, Pa. (Roman Catholic) YYear GP 2007-08 30 2008-09 36 2009-10 34 2010-11 34 TOTAL 134

GS Min 0 331 0 683 34 1107 34 1033 68 3154

Avgg FG 11.0 24 19.0 66 32.6 133 30.4 133 23.5 356

FGA 73 143 303 297 816

T Total Pct 3FG 3FGA .329 3 18 .462 23 59 .439 25 70 .448 16 49 .436 67 196

Pct FT FTA Pct Off .167 15 31 .484 10 .390 53 71 .746 13 .357 126 175 .720 57 .327 117 154 .760 46 .342 311 431 .722 126

Def 26 104 138 131 399

Rebounds T Avgg PF FO Ast TO Tot 36 1.2 32 0 43 28 117 3.3 83 3 77 60 195 5.7 98 2 160 92 177 5.2 72 1 174 77 525 3.9 285 6 454 257

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 3 12 66 2.2 8 28 208 5.8 10 41 417 12.3 12 49 399 11.7 33 130 1090 8.1

35. CHRIS McNEAL „ 1,067 POINTS No. 24 „ 6-7 „ 245 „ Forward „ Richmond, Va. (Oak Hill Academy) YYear 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 TOTAL

GP 33 34 28 95

GS Min 0 580 34 1043 28 839 62 2462

Avgg FG 17.6 81 30.7 191 30.0 144 25.9 416

FGA 165 388 321 874

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA .491 0 0 .492 4 29 .449 7 14 .476 11 43

Rebounds Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO .000 44 62 .710 60 88 148 4.5 56 1 21 29 .138 106 155 .684 108 202 310 9.1 78 0 30 60 .500 74 106 .698 111 126 237 8.5 70 1 41 56 .256 224 323 .693 279 416 695 7.3 204 2 92 145

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 5 16 206 6.2 19 39 492 14.5 18 25 369 13.2 42 80 1067 11.2

36. CARLTON NEVERSON „ 1,057 POINTS No. 24 „ 6-5 „ 190 „ Guard „ New York, Y N.Y. (Power Memorial Academy) Y Year 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 TOTAL

GP 29 29 31 89

GS Min -- 687 -- 1001 -- 1060 -- 2748

Avgg FG 23.7 89 34.5 158 34.2 200 30.9 447

152

FGA 193 307 405 905

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA .461 --.515 --.494 --.494 ---

Pct FT FTA Pct -- 47 60 .783 -- 56 73 .767 -- 60 84 .714 -- 163 217 .751

Rebounds Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO -- 98 98 3.4 80 2 32 50 -- 100 100 3.4 99 5 74 73 -- 115 115 3.7 90 3 96 96 -- 313 313 3.5 269 10 202 219

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 14 33 225 7.8 16 78 372 12.8 22 83 460 14.8 52 194 1057 11.9

37. JULIUS PEGUES „ 1,050 POINTS No. 26 „ 6-3 „ 175 „ Guard/Forward „ Tulsa, Okla. (Booker T. Washington) YYear 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 TOTAL

GP 25 27 25 77

GS -----

Min -----

Avgg FG -- 97 -- 102 -- 156 -- 355

FGA 231 233 328 792

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA .420 --.438 --.476 ---.448 --

Pct FT FTA Pct -- 114 163 .699 -- 99 147 .673 -- 127 170 .747 -- 340 480 .708

Off -----

Def 144 103 130 377

Rebounds T Avgg PF FO Ast Tot 144 5.8 100 11 -103 3.8 102 9 -130 5.2 91 9 -377 4.9 293 29 --

TO -----

Blk Stl Pts Avgg -- -- 308 12.3 -- -- 303 11.2 -- -- 439 17.6 -- -- 1050 13.6

Rebounds Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO .371 70 101 .693 46 86 132 4.0 54 1 38 51 .538 12 17 .706 8 16 24 4.8 10 0 4 12 .395 61 93 .656 29 62 91 3.1 74 3 29 51 .417 70 85 .824 30 75 105 3.9 7 2 42 43 6 113 157 .409 213 296 .720 113 239 352 3.7 145

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 10 25 337 10.2 0 3 63 12.6 5 39 297 10.2 4 21 350 13.0 19 88 1047 11.1

38. ROD BROOKIN „ 1,047 POINTS No. 21 „ 6-5 „ 240 „ Forward „ Steelton, Pa. (Steelton-Highspire) YYear 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 TOTAL

GP 33 5 29 27 94

GS Min 4 688 0 117 5 689 16 740 25 2234

Avgg 20.8 23.4 23.8 27.4 23.8

FG 127 22 101 120 370

FGA 225 41 225 256 747

Total Pct 3FG 3FGA .564 13 35 .537 7 13 .449 34 86 .469 40 96 .495 94 230

39. GILBERT BROWN „ 1,046 POINTS No. 5 „ 6-6 „ 215 „ Forward „ Harrisburg, Pa. (South Kent Prep, Conn.) Y Year GP 2006-07 3 2007-08 37 2008-09 32 2009-10 23 2010-11 34 TOTAL 129

GS Min 0 13 15 815 0 621 0 546 34 951 49 2946

Avgg FG 4.3 1 22.0 86 19.4 62 23.7 83 28.0 127 22.8 359

FGA 4 184 143 167 277 775

Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 0.7 1 0 1 .250 0 .467 19 78 .244 51 68 .750 40 73 113 3.1 75 1 57 33 .434 11 39 .282 37 53 .698 40 60 100 3.1 52 0 42 35 .497 21 53 .396 60 84 .714 21 53 74 3.2 56 1 42 36 .458 43 104 .413 86 109 .789 47 102 149 4.4 70 1 92 61 3 234 165 .463 94 275 .342 234 314 .745 149 289 438 3.4 254

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 0 0 2 0.7 10 25 242 6.5 9 16 172 5.4 5 11 247 10.7 9 15 383 11.3 33 67 1046 8.1

40. DARELLE PORTER „ 1,007 POINTS No. 20 „ 6-4 „ 200 „ Guard „ Pittsburgh, Pa. (Perry Traditional) YYear GP 1987-88 31 1988-89 30 1989-90 29 1990-91 33 TOTAL 123

GS Min 8 545 23 894 29 1066 26 864 86 3369

Avgg FG 17.6 64 29.8 91 36.8 95 26.2 119 27.4 369

FGA 131 227 214 248 820

Total T Pct 3FG 3FGA .489 3 12 .401 6 26 .444 14 42 .480 25 61 .450 48 141

Rebounds Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot T Avgg PF FO Ast TO .250 20 34 .588 21 39 60 1.9 43 0 79 46 .231 52 72 .792 40 95 135 4.5 77 2 141 100 .333 79 107 .738 33 81 114 3.9 89 2 229 100 .410 70 90 .778 52 105 157 4.8 64 0 168 71 .340 221 303 .746 146 320 466 3.8 273 4 617 317

Blk Stl Pts Avgg 8 15 151 4.9 14 38 245 8.2 8 54 283 9.8 10 63 333 10.1 40 170 1007 8.2

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE RECORDS DOUBLE-FIGURE SCORING GAMES CAREER 106 Charles Smith 97 Sam Youngg 94 Jason Matthews 92 Clyde y Vaughan g 90 Larryy Harris 89 Sam Clancyy 89 Ricardo Greer 81 Carl Krauser 81 Brian Shorter 81 Julius Page g 80 Brandin Knight g 75 Billyy Knight g 75 Vonteego g Cummings 73 Don Hennon 73 Jaron Brown

1984-88 2005-09 1987-91 1980-84 1974-78 1977-81 1997-01 2002-06 1988-91 2000-04 1999-03 1971-74 1995-99 1956-59 2000-04

SEASON 36 Sam Youngg 34 Sam Youngg 33 Brandin Knight g 32 Jason Matthews

2007-08 2008-09 2001-02 1990-91

30 30 29 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 27 27 27 27

Charles Smith Jerome Lane Ricardo Greer Ashton Gibbs Clyde y Vaughan g y Vaughan g Clyde y Vaughan g Clyde Billyy Knight g Charles Smith Brian Shorter Brian Shorter Aaron Grayy Carl Krauser Larryy Harris Jason Matthews

20-PLUS POINT SCORING GAMES 1987-88 1986-87 1997-01 2009-10 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1973-74 1986-87 1988-89 1989-90 2006-07 2005-06 1076-77 1989-90

CONSECUTIVE GAMES 81 Larryy Harris,, 3/8/75-3/3/78 58 Don Hennon,, 1/31/57-2/3/59 52 Clyde y Vaughan, g , 1/26/82-1/7/84 48 Billyy Knight, g , 12/22/72-3/16/74 48 Brian Shorter, 2/4/89-3/9/90

30-PLUS POINT SCORING GAMES CAREER 23 Don Hennon 12 Billyy Knight g 11 Larryy Harris 5 Clyde y Vaughan g 4 Brian Shorter 4 Charles Smith 4 Vonteego g Cummings g 4 Brian Generalovich

1956-59 1971-74 1974-78 1980-84 1988-91 1984-88 1995-99 1961-64

SEASON 9 Don Hennon

1957-58

9 6 5 4 4 4 4 4

Don Hennon Billyy Knight g Don Hennon Billyy Knight g Charles Smith Larryy Harris Larryy Harris Clyde Vaughan

1958-59 1972-73 1956-57 1973-74 1987-88 1975-76 1976-77 1983-84

CONSECUTIVE GAMES 2 Don Hennon, seven times 2 Larryy Harris, three times 2 Billy Knight, two times

1977-81 1985-86 1971-74 1984-88 2007-09 2003-07 1997-01 1996-01 1961-64 1988-91

SEASON 28 Jerome Lane 24 DeJuan Blair 22 Sam Clancyy 21 Sam Clancy

1986-87 2008-09 1978-79 1980-81

21 21 20 19 18 17 17 16 16

Billyy Knight g Jerome Lane Aaron Grayy Aaron Grayy Sam Clancyy DeJuan Blair Sam Clancyy Ricardo Greer Billy Knight

1956-59 1974-78 1971-74 1980-84 1984-88 1995-99 1988-91 2005-09 1997-01 1987-91 2008-11 1984-88 2002-06 1961-64 1977-81 1987-91

SEASON 20 Don Hennon 19 Larry Harris

1958-59 1976-77

18 17 17 17 16 16 15 15 15 15 15 15

1973-74 1987-88 2005-06 2006-07 1977-78 2007-08 1979-80 1999-00 1972-73

CONSECUTIVE GAMES 9 Sam Clancy, y, 12/29/77-1/25/78 9 J. Lane,, 11/29/86-12/29/86 8 Billyy Knight, g 1/10/73-2/5/73 8 Jerome Lane,, 1/25/88-2/22/88 7 J. Lane,11/28/87-12/28/87 , 7 Sam Clancy, 2/2/78-2/22/78

CAREER 3 Don Hennon 1 Ed Pavlick 1 Jason Maile

1956-59 1952-55 1992-97

10-PLUS ASSIST GAMES CAREER 13 Darelle Porter 11 Brandin Knight g 9 Levance Fields 6 Jerryy McCullough g 6 Sean Miller

1987-91 1999-03 2005-09 1991-96 1987-88

SEASON 9 Levance Fields 9 Darelle Porter 5 Jerryy McCullough g 5 Brandin Knight

2008-09 1989-90 1993-94 2001-02

20-PLUS REBOUND GAMES CAREER 3 DeJuan Blair 3 Jerome Lane 2 Billyy Knight g 1 Many players

2007-09 1985-88 1971-74

SEASON 2 DeJuan Blair 2 Jerome Lane 1 Many players

2008-09 1987-88

Billyy Knight g Larry Harris Don Hennon Clyde y Vaughan g Billyy Knight g Clyde y Vaughan g Sam Youngg Sam Youngg Brian Shorter Charles Smith Don Hennon Billy Knight

1972-73 1975-76 1957-58 1982-83 1973-74 1983-84 2008-09 2007-08 1989-90 1986-87 1956-57 1971-72

CONSECUTIVE GAMES 12 Don Hennon,, 2/22/58-12/29/58 11 Don Hennon,, 2/1957-12/1958 9 Billyy Knight, g , 1/27/73-2/24/73 Vaughan,2/26/83-12/5/83 8 Clyde y Vaughan,2/26/ g , /83-12/5/83 7 Larryy Harris,, 12/4/76-12/29/76 6 Larryy Harris,, 1/21/76-2/4/76 6 Brian Shorter, 1989-90

40-PLUS SCORING GAMES

10-PLUS REBOUND GAMES CAREER 78 Sam Clancyy 53 Jerome Lane 50 Billyy Knight g 42 Charles Smith 41 DeJuan Blair 39 Aaron Grayy 38 Ricardo Greer 35 Isaac Hawkins 34 Brian Generalovich 33 Brian Shorter

CAREER 52 Don Hennon 50 Larryy Harris 49 Billyy Knight g 48 Clyde y Vaughan g 41 Charles Smith 33 Vonteego g Cummings 33 Brian Shorter 32 Sam Youngg 27 Ricardo Greer 26 Jason Matthews 23 Ashton Gibbs 22 Demetreus Gore 21 Carl Krauser 21 Brian Generalovich 21 Sam Clancyy 21 Bobby Martin

DOUBLE-DOUBLES CAREER 66 Sam Clancyy 50 Billyy Knight g 46 Jerome Lane 42 Charles Smith 35 DeJuan Blair 35 Ricardo Greer 32 Brian Generalovich 33 Aaron Grayy 31 Brian Shorter

1977-81 1971-72 1985-88 1984-88 2007-09 1997-01 1961-64 2003-07 1988-91

SEASON 26 Jerome Lane 21 DeJuan Blair 21 Billyy Knight g 20 Sam Clancyy 18 Aaron Grayy 18 Sam Clancyy 17 Jerome Lane 15 Aaron Grayy 15 Sam Clancyy 15 Billyy Knight g 15 Ricardo Greer 15 Charles Smith 15 Brian Shorter

1986-87 2008-09 1973-74 1978-79 2003-06 1980-81 1987-88 2006-07 1977-78 1972-73 1999-00 1989-90 1989-90

POINTS-ASSISTS 8 Levance Fields 6 Brandin Knight g 6 Jerry McCullough

2005-09 1999-03 1991-96

CONSECUTIVE GAMES 11 Billyy Knight, g , 12/15/73-1/27/74 8 Jerome Lane, 2/7/87-3/6/87 8 Jerome Lane,, 12/8/86-12/29/86 7 Sam Clancy, y, 2/2/78-2/22/78 6 Jerome Lane, 1/3/87-1/17/87

MOST REBOUNDS OVER A TWO/THREE GAME STRETCH MOST POINTS SCORED OVER A TWO-GAME STRETCH

TWO-GAME STRETCH 41 DeJuan Blair (23-Connecticut/18-DePaul) ( ) 38 Jerome Lane (21-Connecticut/17-Villanova) ( 37 Jerome Lane (21-Florida/16-Georgetown) ( g ) 37 Jerome Lane (19-Chicago State/18-St. John’s)

2008-09 1986-87 1986-87 1986-87

THREE-GAME STRETCH 56 Jerome Lane ((21-Connecticut/17-Villanova/18-St. John’s) 49 DeJuan Blair (23-Connecticut/18-DePaul/8-Providence)

1986-87 2008-09

76 74 72 70 69

Don Hennon (45-Duke/31-Duquesne) Larry Harris (35-Duquesne/39-Maryland) Don Hennon (41-Geneva/31-Westminster) Don Hennon (38-West Virginia/32-Penn State) Don Hennon (28-Michigan/41-Ohio State)

1956-57 1976-77 1958-59 1956-57 1958-59

PERCENTAGE OF DOUBLE-FIGURE SCORING GAMES-CAREER PERCENTAGE OF DOUBLE-FIGURE SCORING GAMES-SEASON 100.0 Larryy Harris 100.0 Don Hennon 100.0 Larry Harris

1976-77 1957-58 1977-78

100.0 Larryy Harris 100.0 Billyy Knight g 100.0 Clyde Vaughan

1975-76 1973-74 1982-83

96.0 88.0 86.8 84.1

Don Hennon Brian Shorter Charles Smith Larry Harris

1956-58 1988-91 1984-88 1974-78

76.7 76.6 76.4 76.1

Sam Clancyy Clyde y Vaughan g Jason Matthews Ricardo Greer

1977-81 1980-84 1987-91 1997-01

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RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

FIELD GOAL LEADERS SINGLE GAME RECORDS FIELD GOALS MADE 20 Don Hennon vs. Duke

12/21/57

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS A 42 Don Hennon vs. Duke

1/21/57

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE T (Min.: 10 FGA) 1.00 Brian Shorter (11-11) vs. Providence

2/11/90

CLASS RECORDS FIELD GOALS MADE Freshman: 155, Sam Clancy, 1977-78. Sophomore: 226, DeJuan Blair, 2008-09. Junior: 275, Billy Knight, 1972-73. Senior: 270, Billy Knight, 1973-74.

During his career from 1996-2001, Hawkins connected on 51.6 percent of his field goals. Hawkins, who scored 1,127 career points, led the Panthers in field goal percentage in three of his four years played at Pitt.

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS A Freshman: 320, Sam Clancy, 1977-78. Sophomore: 541, Don Hennon, 1956-57. Junior: 654, Don Hennon, 1957-58. Senior: 632, Don Hennon, 1958-59. FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE T (Min. 125 FGM) Freshman: .564, Rod Brookin, 1986-87. Sophomore: .718, Chevon Troutman, 2002-03. Junior: .654, Chevon Troutman, 2003-04. Senior: .608, Ontario Lett, 2002-03.

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SEASON RECORDS FIELD GOALS MADE FGM Player y (GP) ( ) 275 Billy Knight (26) 270 Billy Knight (28) 267 Don Hennon (25) 261 Sam Young (36) 254 Sam Young (37) 254 Larry Harris (27) 254 Clyde Vaughan (31) 242 Larry Harris (26) 231 Don Hennon (24) 228 Clyde Vaughan (28) 226 DeJuan Blair (35) 225 Don Hennon (27) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS A FGA Player y (GP) ( ) 654 Don Hennon (25) 632 Don Hennon (24) 541 Don Hennon (27) 530 Billy Knight (26) 526 Clyde Vaughan (31) 525 Billy Knight (28) 520 Sam Young (36) 510 Ed Pavlick (26) 505 Sam Young (37) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE T (Minimum Pct. Player y (FGM-A) ( ) .600 Brian Shorter (204-340) .593 DeJuan Blair (226-381) .580 Chris TTaft (159-274) .569 Curtis Aiken (177-311) .568 Jerome Lane (187-329) .568 Eric Mobley (155-273) .566 Chevon Troutman (151-267) .565 Aaron Gray (204-361) .564 Rod Brookin (127-225) .558 Charles Smith (211-378) .555 Demetreus Gore (197-355)

CAREER RECORDS Year Y 1972-73 1973-74 1957-58 2008-09 2007-08 1976-77 1983-84 1975-76 1958-59 1982-83 2008-09 1956-57 Year Y 1957-58 1958-59 1956-57 1972-73 1983-84 1973-74 2008-09 1954-55 2007-08 5 FGM/G) Y Year 1988-89 2008-09 2004-05 1985-86 1986-87 1993-94 2004-05 2006-07 1986-87 1987-88 1985-86

FIELD GOALS MADE FGM Player y ((GP)) Larry Harris (107) 803 Clyde Vaughan (120) 770 750 Billy Knight (78) 723 Don Hennon (76) 716 Sam Young (143) 707 Charles Smith (122) 672 Ricardo Greer (117) 656 Sam Clancy (116) 645 Demetreus Gore (122) 554 Vonteego Cummings (103) 550 Jason Matthews (123)

Year Y 1974-78 1980-84 1971-74 1956-59 2005-09 1984-88 1997-01 1977-81 1984-88 1995-99 1987-91

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS A FGA Player y ((GP)) 1827 Don Hennon (76) 1599 Clyde Vaughan (120) 1584 Larry Harris (107) 1468 Ricardo Greer (117) Sam Young (143) 1438 1436 Billy Knight (78) 1362 Sam Clancy (116) 1347 Demetreus Gore (122) 1324 Charles Smith (122) 1309 Vonteego Cummings (103)

Y Year 1956-58 1980-83 1974-77 1997-00 2005-09 1971-73 1977-80 1984-87 1984-87 1995-98

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE T (Minimum Pct. Player y ((FGM-A)) .625 Chevon Troutman (486-778) .589 Ontario Lett (245-416) .569 Chris Taft (321-564) .568 DeJuan Blair (394-694) .557 Eric Mobley (371-666) .550 Aaron Gray (434-789) .538 Brian Shorter (540-1004) .534 Charles Smith (707-1324) .525 Jerome Lane (436-831) .522 Billy Knight (750-1436) .519 Nasir Robinson (227-437)

400 FGA) Y Year 2001-05 2001-03 2003-05 2007-09 1991-94 2003-07 1988-91 1984-88 1985-88 1971-74 2008-11

ANNUAL FIELD GOAL PCT. LEADERS (Minimum 100 Field Goal Attempts) Year Player y FG FGA Pct. 1948-49 .. Sam David ................ 145 .. 330 ... .439 1949-50 .. George Hromanik ......... 44 .. 108 ... .407 1950-51 .. Michael Belich .......... 161 .. 463 ... .348 1951-52 .. Michael Zernich ........ 115 1952-53 .. Don Virostek .............. 108 1953-54 .. Clarence Burch ......... 110 1954-55 .. Ed Pavlick .................. 214 1955-56 .. Julius Pegues .............. 91

.. 278 ... .414 .. 263 ... .411 .. 284 ... .387 .. 510 ... .419 .. 231 ... .420

1956-57 .. Julius Pegues ............ 102 1958-59 .. Chuck Hursh ............... 80 1958-59 .. John Mills .................... 50 1959-60 .. John Fridley .............. 120 1960-61 .. Don Steinhart .............. 69

.. .. .. .. ..

233 ... .437 190 ... .495 106 ... .472 268 ... .448 170 ... .406

1962-62 .. Dave Sauer ................. 90 1992-63 .. Dave Roman ............. 146 1963-64 .. Dave Roman ............. 120 1964-65 .. Daryle Ruby ............... 140 1965-66 .. Ken Bollens ................. 50

.. .. .. .. ..

196 ... .459 286 ... .511 259 ... .463 321 ... .436 101 ... .495

1966-67 .. Len Kalata .................. 95 1967-68 .. Ken Bollens ................. 62 1968-69 .. Jerry Causer ................ 71 1969-70 .. Paul O'Gorek ............. 107 1970-71 .. Bill Downes ................. 73

.. .. .. .. ..

231 ... .411 130 ... .477 166 ... .421 239 ... .447 125 ... .584

1971-72 .. Billy Knight ................ 205 1972-73 .. Billy Knight ................ 275 1973-74 .. Billy Knight ................ 270 1974-75 .. Kirk Bruce ................. 224 1975-76 .. Larry Harris ................ 242

.. .. .. .. ..

381 ... .538 530 ... .518 525 ... .514 449 ... .499 475 ... .509

1976-77 .. Larry Harris ................ 254 1977-78 .. Larry Harris ................ 217 1978-79 .. Wayne Williams ......... 108 1979-80 .. Carlton Neverson ....... 158 1980-81 .. Sam Clancy .............. 203

.. .. .. .. ..

494 ... .494 415 ... .523 220 ... .491 307 ... .515 410 ... .495

1981-82 .. Andre Williams ............ 75 1982-83 .. Trent Johnson ............. 96 1983-84 .. Andre Williams ............ 86 1984-85 .. Keith Armstrong .......... 86 1985-86 .. Curtis Aiken .............. 177

.. .. .. .. ..

138 ... .543 194 ... .495 170 ... .507 153 ... .562 311 ... .569

1986-87 .. Jerome Lane ............. 187 1987-88 .. Charles Smith ........... 211 1988-89 .. Brian Shorter ............. 204 1989-90 .. Bobby Martin ............. 145 1990-91 .. Bobby Martin ............... 97

.. 329 ... .568 .. 378 ... .558 .. 340 ... .600 .. 270 ... .537 .. 197 ... .492

1991-92 .. Darren Morningstar ..... 164 1992-93 .. Eric Mobley ............... 117 1993-94 .. Eric Mobley ............... 155 1994-95 .. Jamie Peterson ......... 153 1995-96 .. Chad Varga ............... 132

.. 326 ... .503 .. 216 ... .542 .. 273 ... .568 .. 298 ... .513 .. 270 ... .489

1996-97 .. Gerald Jordan ............. 81 1997-98 .. Isaac Hawkins ........... 159 1998-99 .. Isaac Hawkins ........... 149 1999-00 .. Chris Seabrooks ........ 128 2000-01 .. Isaac Hawkins ........... 125

.. 152 ... .533 .. 294 ... .541 .. 309 ... .482 .. 242 ... .529 .. 230 ... .543

2001-02 .. Ontario Lett ............... 118 2002-03 .. Chevon Troutman ..... 135 2003-04 .. Chevon Troutman ..... 136 2004-05 .. Chris Taft .................. 159 2005-06 .. Aaron Gray ................ 170

.. 207 ... .570 .. 188 ... .718 .. 208 ... .654 .. 274 ... .580 .. 323 ... .526

2006-07 .. Aaron Gray ................ 204 2007-08 .. DeJuan Blair ............. 168 2008-09 .. DeJuan Blair ............. 226 2009-10 .. Gary McGhee .............. 94 2010-11 .. Dante Taylor ................ 69

.. .. .. .. ..

361 ... .565 313 ... .537 381 ... .593 151 ... .623 112 ... .616

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL LEADERS ANNUAL THREE POINT PCT. LEADERS

SINGLE GAME RECORDS THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 8 Andre Alridge vs. Georgia 8 Jason Maile vs. Villanova

12/17/94 2/12/97

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS A 15 Ashton Gibbs vs. Indiana 15 Andre Alridge vs. Georgia 14 Jarrett Lockhart at Seton Hall 14 Jarrett Lockhart at Notre Dame 14 Jason Matthews vs. Providence

12/8/09 12/17/94 3/1/98 1/22/00 3/3/90

THREE-POINT FG PERCENTAGE T (Min.: 6 FGA) 1.00 Sean Miller (6-6) vs. Seton Hall 2/11/91 1.00 Sean Miller (6-6) vs. St. Francis (Pa.) 12/2/87

CLASS RECORDS THREE-POINT FG MADE Freshman: 58, Sean Miller, 1987-88. Sophomore: 78, Ashton Gibbs, 2009-10. Junior: 102, Ashton Gibbs, 2010-11. Senior: 87, Jason Matthews, 1990-91. THREE-POINT FG ATTEMPTS Freshman: 133, Sean Miller, 1987-88. Sophomore: 200, Ashton Gibbs, 2009-10. Junior: 261, Brandin Knight, 2001-02. Senior: 217, Jason Maile, 1996-97. THREE-POINT PERCENTAGE T (Min. 30 3FGM) Freshman: .439, Ashton Gibbs, 2008-09. Sophomore: .494, Donatas Zavackas, 2000-01. Junior: .490, Ashton Gibbs, 2010-11. Senior: .447, Garrick Thomas, 1995-96. 1995 96.

Jason Maile M converte ed eight 3converted pointerss vs. Villanovaa (1997) to tie the school’s scchool’s single-game single-ga game record.

(Minimum One 3FGA Per Game)) Year Player y 3FGM 3FGA Pct. 1986-87 .. Curtis Aiken ................ 46 .. 117 ... .393 1987-88 .. Jason Matthews ......... 26 .... 58 ... .448 1988-89 .. Jason Matthews ......... 66 .. 137 ... .482 1989-90 .. Jason Matthews ......... 80 .. 175 ... .457 1990-91 .. Jason Matthews ......... 87 .. 197 ... .442 1991-92 .. Orlando Antigua g .......... 15 1992-93 .. Orlando Antigua g .......... 14 1993-94 .. Orlando Antigua g .......... 47 1994-95 .. Jason Maile ................ 58 1995-96 .. Garrick Thomas ........... 42

.... 36 ... .417 .... 39 ... .359 .. 112 ... .420 .. 142 ... .408 .... 94 ... .447

1996-97 .. Vonteego g Cummings g ... 42 1997-98 .. Jarrett Lockhart .......... 60 1998-99 .. Kellii Taylor y .................. 37 1999-00 .. Donatas Zavackas ....... 14 2000-01 .. Donatas Zavackas ....... 41

.. 105 ... .400 .. 160 ... .381 .. 109 ... .339 .... 42 ... .333 .... 83 ... .494

2001-02 .. Brandin Knight g ............ 93 2002-03 .. Donatas Zavackas ....... 51 2003-04 .. Carl Krauser ................ 48 2004-05 .. Antonio Graves ............ 36 2005-06 .. Ronald Ramon ............ 44

.. 261 ... .356 .. 115 ... .443 .. 144 ... .333 .... 78 ... .462 .. 118 ... .415

2006-07 .. Ronald Ramon ............ 74 2007-08 .. Sam Youngg ................. 44 2008-09 .. Sam Youngg ................. 54 2009-10 .. Ashton Gibbs ............... 78 2010-11 .. Ashton Gibbs ............. 102

.. .. .. .. ..

One of the best shooters in school history, Jason Matthews (1987-91) ranks among the NCAA top-20 in all-time 3-point percentage (12th at .457) and free throw percentage (18th at .878). Additionally, he heads the Big East career 3point field goal percentage list, converting on 46.6 percent of his treys in league play.

164 ... .451 115 ... .383 145 ... .372 200 ... .390 208 ... .490

SEASON RECORDS

CAREER RECORDS

THREE-POINT FG MADE 3FGM Player y (GP) ( ) 102 Ashton Gibbs (34) 93 Brandin Knight (35) Jason Matthews (33) 87 85 Jason Maile (33) 80 Jason Matthews (29) 78 Ashton Gibbs (34) 74 Ronald Ramon (37) 68 Sean Miller (33) 67 Ronald Ramon (37) 67 Carl Krauser (33) 66 Jason Matthews (30) 64 Andre Alridge (27) 61 Jarrett Lockhart (28) 61 Jarrett Lockhart (27) 58 Sean Miller (31) 58 Jason Maile (28)

Year Y 2010-11 2001-02 1990-91 1996-97 1989-90 2009-10 2006-07 1990-91 2007-08 2005-06 1988-89 1994-95 1999-00 1997-98 1987-88 1994-95

THREE-POINT FG ATTEMPTS A 3FGA Player y ((GP)) 261 Brandin Knight (35) 217 Jason Maile (33) 208 Ashton Gibbs (34) 200 Ashton Gibbs (34) Jason Matthews (33) 197 Jarrett Lockhart (28) 187 Brandin Knight (33) 185 183 Andre Alridge (27) 182 Julius Page (35) 182 Carl Krauser (33) 180 Ronald Ramon (37)

Y Year 2001-02 1996-97 2010-11 2009-10 1990-91 1999-00 2002-03 1994-95 2001-02 2005-06 2007-08

THREE-POINT PERCENTAGE T (Min. 1 3FGM/G) Pct. Player y (3FGM-A) ( ) Y Year .494 Donatas Zavackas (41-83) 2000-01 .490 Ashton Gibbs (102-208) 2010-11 .482 Jason Matthews (66-137) 1988-89 .462 Antonio Graves (36-78) 2004-05 .457 Jason Matthews (80-175) 1989-90 .451 Ronald Ramon (74-164) 2006-07 .448 Jason Matthews (26-58) 1987-88 .447 Garrick Thomas (42-94) 1995-96 .443 Donatas Zavackas (51-115) 2002-03 .442 Jason Matthews (87-197) 1990-91 .436 Sean Miller (58-133) 1987-88 .436 Sean Miller (68-156) 1990-91

THREE-POINT FG MADE 3FGM Player y ((GP)) 259 Jason Matthews (123) Sean Miller (128) 239 Ronald Ramon (135) 233 216 Ashton Gibbs (100) 210 Julius Page (100) 209 Brandin Knight (127) 196 Jason Maile (111) 190 Carl Krauser (126) 167 Jarrett Lockhart (103) 159 Levance Fields (131) 152 Jerry McCullough (111) 147 Donatas Zavackas (118) 134 Vonteego Cummings (103)

Y Year 1987-91 1987-92 2004-08 2008-11 2000-04 1999-03 1992-97 2002-06 1996-00 2005-09 1991-97 1999-03 1995-99

THREE-POINT FG ATTEMPTS A 3FGA Player y ((GP)) Brandin Knight (127) 654 624 Julius Page (100) Ronald Ramon (135) 590 Sean Miller (128) 574 567 Jason Matthews (123) 517 Carl Krauser (126) 504 Jarrett Lockhart (103) 500 Jason Maile (111) 490 Ashton Gibbs (100) 477 Jerry McCullough (111) 459 Levance Fields (131)

Y Year 1999-03 2000-04 2004-08 1987-92 1987-91 2002-06 1996-00 1992-97 2008-11 1991-96 2005-09

THREE-POINT PERCENTAGE T (Min. 1 3FGM/G) Pct. Player y ((3FGM-A)) Y Year .457 Jason Matthews (259-567) 1987-91 .441 Ashton Gibbs (216-490) 2008-11 Sean Miller (239-574) .416 1987-92 Rod Brookin (94-230) .409 1986-90 Donatas Zavackas (147-363) 1999-03 .405 .395 Ronald Ramon (233-590) 2004-08 .392 Jason Maile (196-500) 1992-97 .386 Orlando Antigua (117-303) 1991-95 .379 Antonio Graves (119-314) 2003-07 .368 Carl Krauser (190-517) 2002-06 .367 Garrick Thomas (108-294) 1992-96 .358 Andre Alridge (110-307) 1992-96 .356 Sam Young (115-323) 2005-09 .337 Julius Page (210-624) 2000-04

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FREE THROW LEADERS SINGLE GAME RECORDS FREE THROWS MADE 18 Charles Smith vs. Boston College

1/21/85

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS A 23 Brian Shorter vs. West Virginia

12/9/89

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE T (Min. 14 FTA) 1.000 Jerry McCullough (15-15) vs. Marshall 12/5/92 1.000 Brian Shorter (14-14) vs. Syracuse 1/7/91 1.000 Ashton Gibbs (14-14) at Seton Hall 1/24/10

Sean Miller ranks first at Pitt for his 88.5 percent career free throw shooting. Miller also owns three of the top six single-season free throw percentage performances.

CLASS RECORDS FREE THROWS MADE Freshman: 133, Charles Smith, 1984-85. Sophomore: 178, Brian Shorter, 1988-89. Junior: 204, Brian Shorter, 1989-90. Senior: 170, Brian Shorter, 1990-91. FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Freshman: 175, Charles Smith, 1984-85. Sophomore: 249, Brian Shorter, 1988-89. Junior: 308, Brian Shorter, 1989-90. Senior: 276, Ed Pavlick, 1954-55. FREE THROW PERCENTAGE T (Min. 50 FTM) Freshman: .851, Sean Miller, 1987-88. Sophomore: .914, Sean Miller, 1988-89. Junior: .905, Sean Miller, 1990-91. Senior: .877, Bill Mauro, 1959-60.

156 SEASON RECORDS FREE THROWS MADE FTM Player y (GP) ( ) 204 Brian Shorter (29) 202 Charles Smith (33) 194 Ed Pavlick (26) 178 Brian Shorter (30) 170 Brian Shorter (33) 162 Charles Smith (31) 157 Clyde Vaughan (28) 155 Don Hennon (24) 153 John Riser (27) 149 Sammie Ellis (27)

CAREER RECORDS Y Year 1989-90 1986-87 1954-55 1988-89 1990-91 1987-88 1982-83 1958-59 1956-57 1979-80

FREE THROWS MADE FTM Player y ((GP)) 628 Charles Smith (122) 552 Brian Shorter (92) 493 Clyde Vaughan (120) 481 Jason Matthews (123) 448 Bobby Martin (117) 444 Carl Krauser (126) 434 Jerry McCullough (111) 395 Don Hennon (76) 376 John Riser (78) 371 Calvin Sheffield (73)

Y Year 1984-88 1988-91 1980-84 1987-91 1987-91 2002-06 1991-96 1956-59 1954-57 1961-64

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS A FTA T Player y ((GP)) 308 Brian Shorter (29) 276 Ed Pavlick (26) 275 Charles Smith (33) 249 Brian Shorter (30) 230 Jerome Lane (33) 221 Brian Shorter (33) 213 Clyde Vaughan (28) 212 Charles Smith (31) 206 John Riser (27) 205 Bobby Martin (30)

Year Y 1989-90 1954-55 1986-87 1988-89 1986-87 1990-91 1982-83 1987-88 1956-57 1988-89

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS A FTA T Player y ((GP)) 834 Charles Smith (122) 778 Brian Shorter (92) 696 Clyde Vaughan (120) 641 Bobby Martin (117) 597 Jerry McCullough (111) 592 Carl Krauser (126) 566 John Riser (78) 548 Jason Matthews (123) 543 Jerome Lane (93) 538 Sam Clancy (116)

Y Year 1984-88 1988-91 1980-84 1987-91 1991-96 2002-06 1954-57 1987-91 1985-88 1977-81

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE T (Min. 2.5 Pct. Player y (FTM-A) ( ) .914 Sean Miller (74-81) .905 Sean Miller (76-84) .899 Jason Matthews (142-158) .892 Jason Matthews (141-158) .889 Ashton Gibbs (80-90) .884 Ashton Gibbs (137-155) .877 Bill Mauro (64-73) .873 Sean Miller (110-126) .862 Pete Smith (50-58) .861 Andre Williams (62-72) .860 Jason Matthews (147-171)

FTM/G) Y Year 1988-89 1990-91 1988-89 1989-90 2010-11 2009-10 1959-60 1991-92 1967-68 1982-83 1990-91

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE T (Min. 175 Pct. Player y ((FTM-A)) .885 Sean Miller (317-358) .879 Ashton Gibbs (233-265) .878 Jason Matthews (481-548) .823 Don Hennon (395-480) .808 Mike Paul (198-245) .807 Donatas Zavackas (302-374) .806 Bob Lovett (183-227) .801 Ronald Ramon (181-226) Demetreus Gore (241-305) .790 Terry Knight (177-226) .783 Larry Harris (308-396) .778

FTM) Y Year 1987-92 2008-11 1987-91 1956-59 1969-72 1999-03 1963-66 2004-08 1984-88 1974-79 1974-78

ANNUAL FREE THROW PCT. LEADERS (Minimum 50 FT attempts) Year Player y FT FTA Pct. 1947-48 .. Sam David ................ 100 .. 138 ... .725 1948-49 .. Sam David ................ 100 .. 149 ... .671 1949-50 .. George McCrossin ....... 41 .... 61 ... .683 1950-51 .. Michael Zernich .......... 68 1951-52 .. Don Virostek ................ 49 1952-53 .. Michael Zernich ........ 113 1953-54 .. Clarence Burch ......... 143 1954-55 .. Ed Pavlick .................. 194

.. 101 ... .673 .... 67 ... .731 .. 174 ... .649 .. 199 ... .719 .. 276 ... .703

1955-56 .. Bob Lazor .................. 117 1956-57 .. Don Hennon .............. 123 1957-58 .. Don Hennon .............. 117 1958-59 .. Don Hennon .............. 155 1959-60 .. Bill Mauro .................... 64

.. 157 ... .745 .. 149 ... .826 .. 140 ... .836 .. 191 ... .812 .... 73 ... .877

1960-61 .. Don Steinhart .............. 56 1961-62 .. Brian Generalovich ...... 89 1962-63 .. Dave Roman ............... 67 1963-64 .. Calvin Sheffield ......... 141 1964-65 .. Bob Lovett .................. 81

.... 77 ... .727 .. 113 ... .788 .... 85 ... .788 .. 191 ... .738 .... 96 ... .844

1965-66 .. Larry Szykowny ........... 73 1966-67 .. Pete Smith .................. 57 1967-68 .. Pete Smith .................. 50 1968-69 .. Mike Caldwell ............. 48 1969-70 .. Kent Scott .................. 49

.... 91 ... .802 .... 67 ... .851 .... 58 ... .862 .... 55 ... .873 .... 61 ... .803

1970-71 .. Kent Scott .................. 52 1971-72 .. Mike Paul .................... 84 1972-73 .. Billy Knight .................. 67 1973-74 .. Billy Knight .................. 69 1974-75 .. Keith Starr .................. 69

.... 63 ... .825 .... 99 ... .848 .... 89 ... .752 .... 89 ... .775 .... 93 ... .742

1975-76 .. Larry Harris .................. 90 1976-77 .. Larry Harris ................ 109 1977-78 .. Larry Harris .................. 82 1978-79 .. Terry Knight ................ 99 1979-80 .. Carlton Neverson ......... 56

.. 117 ... .769 .. 133 ... .819 .. 102 ... .804 .. 121 ... .818 .... 73 .... 767

1980-81 .. Dwayne Wallace ......... 76 1981-82 .. Darrell Gissendanner ... 64 1982-83 .. Andre Williams ............ 62 1983-84 .. George Allen ............... 95 1984-85 .. Chip Watkins ............... 52

.. 100 ... .760 .... 77 ... .831 .... 72 ... .861 .. 119 ... .798 .... 67 ... .776

1985-86 .. Demetreus Gore .......... 72 1986-87 .. Demetreus Gore .......... 73 1987-88 .. Sean Miller .................. 57 1988-89 .. Sean Miller .................. 74 1989-90 .. Jason Matthews ....... 141

.... 86 ... .837 .... 94 ... .777 .... 67 ... .851 .... 81 ... .914 .. 158 ... .892

1990-91 .. Sean Miller .................. 76 1991-92 .. Sean Miller ................ 110 1992-93 .. Brian Bush .................. 45 1993-94 .. Chris Gant ................... 66 1994-95 .. Jason Maile ................ 52

.... 84 ... .905 .. 126 ... .873 .... 58 ... .776 .... 85 ... .776 .... 64 ... .813

1995-96 .. Jerry McCullough ...... 118 1996-97 .. Jason Maile ................ 53 1997-98 .. Ricardo Greer .............. 48 1998-99 .. Ricardo Greer .............. 68 1999-00 .. Donatas Zavackas ....... 43

.. 157 ... .752 .... 66 ... .803 .... 66 ... .727 .... 97 ... .701 .... 56 ... .768

2000-01 .. Donatas Zavackas ....... 69 2001-02 .. Donatas Zavackas ..... 114 2002-03 .. Donatas Zavackas ....... 76 2003-04 .. Carl Krauser .............. 139 2004-05 .. Carl Krauser .............. 141

.... 84 ... .821 .. 140 ... .814 .... 94 ... .809 .. 179 ... .777 .. 188 ... .750

2005-06 .. Ronald Ramon ............ 54 2006-07 .. Ronald Ramon ............ 59 2007-08 .. Gilbert Brown .............. 51 2008-09 .. Brad Wanamaker ........ 53 2009-10 .. Ashton Gibbs ............. 137 2010-11 .. Ashton Gibbs ............... 80

.... 65 ... .831 .... 68 ... .868 .... 68 ... .750 .... 71 ... .746 .. 155 ... .884 .... 90 ... .889

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

REBOUND LEADERS SINGLE GAME RECORDS REBOUNDS 26 Don Virostek 24 John Fridleyy 23 DeJuan Blair 22 DeJuan Blair 21 Billyy Knight g 21 Billyy Knight g 21 Jerome Lane 21 Jerome Lane 21 Mel Bennett 20 DeJuan Blair 20 Aaron Grayy 20 Bobbyy Martin 20 Brian Shorter 20 Chris McNeal 20 Gerald Jordan 20 Jerome Lane 20 Mark Blount 20 Paul Kreiger g 20 Paul O’Gorek 20 Sam Clancyy 19 Aaron Grayy 19 Billyy Knight g 19 Brian Generalovich 19 Brian Shorter 19 Chris McNeal 19 Chuck Hursh 19 Clyde y Vaughan g 19 James LaValleyy 19 Jerome Lane 19 Jerome Lane 19 Mel Bennett 19 Chris McNeal 19 Sam Clancyy 19 Sam Clancyy 19 James LaValley

ANNUAL REBOUND LEADERS

Westminster 12/9/52 Carnegie g Tech 1/4/61 at Connecticut 2/16/09 Notre Dame 1/31/09 Buffalo 1/20/74 Lafayette y 1/26/72 Florida 1/2/88 at Connecticut 2/21/87 at West Virginia g 3/7/75 vs. Duke 12/20/07 Marquette q 1/28/06 at Georgetown g 2/7/90 vs. Northwestern 12/28/88 Boston College g 3/3/92 at West Virginia g 1/6/96 vs. Vanderbilt 3/20/88 Mount St. Mary’s 12/23/96 Geneva 1/15/63 at George g Washington 1/6/71 Washington1/6/71 q 2/22/78 Duquesne Connecticut 1/16/07 Syracuse y 2/9/74 Princeton 12/31/62 Siena 11/28/88 Boston College 11/20/91 Duke 12/21/57 Rhode Island 2/18/82 Duquesne q 12/10/66 Chicago g State 1/17/87 Boston College 2/14/87 Duquesne q 12/6/74 Manhattan 11/20/91 Mercyhurst y 1/25/79 Robert Morris 12/4/79 Westminster 2/11/67

SEASON RECORDS REBOUNDS T Total Player y ((GP)) 444 Jerome Lane ((33)) 432 DeJuan Blair ((35)) 424 Don Virostek ((21)) 378 Jerome Lane (31) ( ) 375 Billyy Knight g (28) ( ) 362 Sam Clancyy ((29) 345 Aaron Grayy ((33)) 341 Aaron Grayy ((36)) 337 DeJuan Blair ((37) 332 Sam Clancyy (31) ( ) 327 Sam Clancyy (27) ( ) 321 Sam Clancyy (29) ( ) 316 Ed Pavlick (23) ( ) 316 Bob Lazor (26)

Mel Bennett (1974-75)

Paul Krieger (1962-65)

CLASS RECORDS TOTAL T REBOUNDS Freshman: 337, DeJuan Blair, 2007-08. Sophomore: 444, Jerome Lane, 1986-87. Junior: 378, Jerome Lane, 1987-88. Senior: 424, Don Virostek, 1952-53. REBOUNDS PER GAME Freshman: 12.1, Sam Clancy, 1977-78. Sophomore: 13.5, Jerome Lane, 1986-87. Junior: 13.7, Ed Pavlick, 1953-54. Senior: 20.2, Don Virostek, 1952-53.

CAREER RECORDS Y Year 1986-87 2008-09 1952-53 1987-88 1973-74 1978-79 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 1980-81 1977-78 1979-80 1953-54 1954-55

REBOUND AVERAGE (Minimum 20 GP) T Total Player y (GP) ( ) Y Year 20.2 ( ) Don Virostek (21) 1952-53 Ed Pavlick (23) 1953-54 13.7 ( ) 1986-87 13.5 Jerome Lane ((33)) Billyy Knight 1973-74 13.4 g (28)) John Fridleyy (23) 1960-61 12.5 ( ) 1978-79 12.5 Sam Clancyy (29)) 2008-09 12.3 DeJuan Blair ((35)) 1987-88 12.2 Jerome Lane ((31)) 12.2 James LaValleyy (25) 1966-67 12.2 Bob Lazor ((26)) 1954-55 12.1 Sam Clancy (27) 1977-78 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS (Since 1986-87) T Total Player y ((GP)) Year Y 198 Jerome Lane ((33)) 1986-87 195 DeJuan Blair ((35)) 2008-09 144 DeJuan Blair ((37)) 2007-08 141 Jerome Lane (31) 1987-88 DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS (Since 1986-87) T Total Player y (GP) ( ) Year Y 246 Jerome Lane (33) ( ) 1986-87 237 DeJuan Blair ((35)) 2008-09 237 Jerome Lane (31) ( 1987-88 224 Aaron Grayy (33) ( ) 2005-06 221 Aaron Grayy (36) ( ) 2006-07 1991-92 202 Chris McNeal (34) ( ) 193 DeJuan Blair (37) 2007-08

REBOUNDS T Total Player y (GP) ( ) 1342 Sam Clancy (116) 987 Charles Smith (122) 970 Jerome Lane (93) 938 Billy Knight (78) 922 Clyde Vaughan (120) 888 Ricardo Greer (117) 841 Bob Lazor (76) 834 Isaac Hawkins (118) 800 John Fridley (72) 790 Aaron Gray (113) 775 John Riser (78) Bobby Martin (117) 775 769 DeJuan Blair (72)

Y Year 1977-81 1984-88 1985-88 1971-74 1980-84 1997-01 1954-57 1996-01 1958-61 2003-07 1954-57 1987-91 2007-09

REBOUND AVERAGE (Minimum 50 GP) T Total Player y (GP) ( ) Y Year 12.0 Billy Knight (78) 1971-74 11.8 Ed Pavlick (51) 1952-55 11.6 Sam Clancy (116) 1977-81 11.1 John Fridley (72) 1958-61 11.1 Bob Lazor (76) 1954-57 10.7 DeJuan Blair (72) 2007-09 10.4 Jerome Lane (93) 1985-88 9.9 John Riser (78) 1954-57 9.6 Chuck Hursh (77) 1955-58 9.5 James LaValley (70) 1964-67 9.3 Paul Krieger (72) 1961-64 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS (Since 1986-87) T Total Player y (GP) ( ) Year Y 1997-01 365 Ricardo Greer (117) 343 Isaac Hawkins (118) 1996-01 339 DeJuan Blair (72) 2007-09 339 Jerome Lane (93) 1985-88 DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS (Since 1986-87) T Total Player y ((GP)) Year Y 814 Charles Smith (122) 1984-88 631 Jerome Lane (93) 1985-88 523 Ricardo Greer (117) 1997-01 504 Aaron Gray (113) 2006-07 491 Isaac Hawkins (118) 1996-01

Year Player y Total 1951-52 .. Don Virostek .............. 190 1952-53 .. Don Virostek .............. 424 1953-54 .. Ed Pavlick .................. 316 1954-55 .. Bob Lazor .................. 316 1955-56 .. Chuck Hursh ............. 258

GP Avg. g .... 22 ..... 8.6 .... 21 ... 20.2 .... 23 ... 13.7 .... 25 ... 12.6 .... 25 ... 10.3

1956-57 .. John Riser ................. 284 1957-58 .. Chuck Hursh ............. 229 1958-59 .. John Fridley .............. 245 1959-60 .. John Fridely .............. 267 1960-61 .. John Fridley .............. 288

.... 27 ... 10.5 .... 25 ..... 9.2 .... 24 ... 10.2 .... 25 ... 10.7 .... 23 ... 12.5

1961-62 .. Brian Generalovich .... 203 1962-63 .. Paul Krieger .............. 260 1963-64 .. Paul Krieger .............. 219 1964-65 .. Bob Lovett ................ 184 1965-66 .. Jim LaValley .............. 200

.... 22 ..... 9.2 .... 25 ... 10.4 .... 24 ..... 8.7 .... 23 ..... 8.0 .... 22 ..... 9.1

1966-67 .. Jim LaValley .............. 304 1967-68 .. Mike Patcher ............. 129 1968-69 .. Mike Patcher ............. 208 1969-70 .. Paul O'Gorek ............. 218 1970-71 .. Paul O'Gorek ............. 245

.... 25 ... 12.2 .... 22 ..... 5.6 .... 24 ..... 8.7 .... 24 ... 11.1 .... 24 ... 10.2

1971-72 .. Billy Knight ................ 276 1972-73 .. Billy Knight ................ 287 1973-74 .. Billy Knight ................ 375 1974-75 .. Mel Bennett .............. 295 1975-76 .. Larry Harris ................ 167

.... 24 ... 11.5 .... 26 ... 11.0 .... 28 ... 13.4 .... 29 ... 10.2 .... 26 ..... 6.4

1976-77 .. Michael Rice ............. 193 1977-78 .. Sam Clancy .............. 327 1978-79 .. Sam Clancy .............. 362 1979-80 .. Sam Clancy .............. 321 1980-81 .. Sam Clancy .............. 332

.... 24 ..... 8.0 .... 27 ... 12.1 .... 29 ... 12.5 .... 29 ... 11.1 .... 31 ... 10.7

1981-82 .. Clyde Vaughan .......... 284 1982-83 .. Clyde Vaughan .......... 258 1983-84 .. Clyde Vaughan .......... 256 1984-85 .. Charles Smith ........... 231 1985-86 .. Charles Smith ........... 235

.... .... .... .... ....

1986-87 .. Jerome Lane ............. 444 1987-88 .. Jerome Lane ............. 378 1988-89 .. Brian Shorter ............. 288 1989-90 .. Brian Shorter ............. 274 1990-91 .. Brian Shorter ............. 210

.... 33 ... 13.5 .... 31 ... 12.2 .... 30 ..... 9.6 .... 29 ..... 9.6 .... 33 ..... 6.4

1991-92 .. Chris McNeal ............. 310 1992-93 .. Chris McNeal ............. 237 1993-94 .. Eric Mobley ............... 237 1994-95 .. Jaime Peterson ......... 262 1995-96 .. Chad Varga ............... 163

.... .... .... .... ....

34 ..... 9.1 28 ..... 8.5 27 ..... 8.8 28 ..... 9.4 26 ..... 6.3

1996-97 .. Mark Blount .............. 198 1997-98 .. Isaac Hawkins ........... 248 1998-99 .. Isaac Hawkins ........... 257 1999-00 .. Ricardo Greer ............ 275 2000-01 .. Isaac Hawkins ........... 254

.... .... .... .... ....

29 ..... 6.8 27 ..... 9.2 29 ..... 8.9 28 ..... 9.8 32 ..... 7.9

2001-02 .. Jaron Brown ............. 214 2002-03 .. Chevon Troutman ..... 159 2003-04 .. Chris Taft .................. 270 2004-05 .. Chevon Troutman ..... 232 2005-06 .. Aaron Gray ................ 345

.... 35 ..... 6.1 .... 31 ..... 5.1 .... 36 ..... 7.5 .... 29 ..... 8.0 .... 33 ... 10.5

2006-07 .. Aaron Gray ................ 341 2007-08 .. DeJuan Blair ............. 337 2008-09 .. DeJuan Blair ............. 432 2009-10 .. Gary McGhee ............ 230 2010-11 .. Gary McGhee ............ 261

.... 36 ..... 9.5 .... 37 ..... 9.1 .... 35 ... 12.3 .... 34 ..... 6.8 .... 34 ..... 7.7

30 ..... 9.5 28 ..... 9.2 31 ..... 8.3 29 ..... 8.0 29 ..... 8.1

157

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

ASSISTS LEADERS SINGLE GAME RECORDS

Brandin Knight holds school records for both career assists and career assist average.

SEASON RECORDS

158

ASSISTS 16 LLevance Fields 16 Bob Shrewsburyy 15 Carl Krauser 14 Brandin Knight g 14 Brandin Knight g 14 Darelle Porter 13 Travon Woodall 13 Brad Wanamaker 13 Billyy Culbertson 13 Cleveland Edwards 13 Cleveland Edwards 13 Darelle Porter 13 Jerryy McCullough 13 Pete Strickland 13 Sean Miller 13 Sean Miller 13 Levance Fields 13 Levance Fields 13 Levance Fields 12 Levance Fields 12 Levance Fields 12 Andre Aldridge g 12 Darelle Porter 12 Darelle Porter 12 Darelle Porter 12 Darelle Porter 12 Darelle Porter 12 Jeremyy Holmes 12 Jerryy McCullough g 12 Sean Miller

ANNUAL ASSISTS LEADERS

2/7/09 at DePaul South Carolina 2/14/76 g at West Virginia 2/5/05 West Virginia g 3/2/02 vs. Miami 3/8/02 Syracuse y 1/23/90 Binghamton g 11/17/09 Providence 3/4/10 Seton Hall 2/22/83 Marshall 1/26/69 Syracuse y 2/13/70 Oklaho ma State 12/1/90 Oklahoma Georgetown g 1/10/96 Villanova 3/3/78 Seton Hall 2/18/89 Boston College 3/3/92 Cincinnati 2/14/09 Robert Morris 2/2/09 South Florida 1/14/09 Connecticut 3/7/09 Miami,, Ohio 11/17/08 Prairie View A&M 12/23/95 West Virginia g 1/28/90 Boston College 1/31/90 Siena 11/28/90 Northwestern 12/28/88 Providence 2/11/90 Norfolk State 12/1/99 Syracuse y 1/8/94 Penn State 3/18/92

CAREER RECORDS

ASSISTS T Total Player y ((GP)) 270 Levance Fields (36) 251 Brandin Knight (35) 229 Darelle Porter (29) 224 Sean Miller (34) 209 Brandin Knight (33) 187 Dwayne Wallace (30) 181 Sean Miller (30) 180 Sean Miller (31) 180 Keith Starr (29) 175 Jerry McCullough (25) 174 Brad Wanamaker (34) 171 Brandin Knight (31) 170 Carl Krauser (29) 169 Levance Fields (37) 169 Billy Culbertson (28) 168 Darelle Porter (33) 160 Brad Wanamaker (34) 160 Carl Krauser (33)

Year Y 2008-09 2001-02 1989-90 1991-92 2002-03 1981-82 1988-89 1987-88 1974-75 1993-94 2010-11 2000-01 2004-05 2006-07 1983-84 1990-91 2009-10 2005-06

ASSISTS AVERAGE (Minimum 20 GP) Avg. g Player y (GP) ( ) 7.9 Darelle Porter (29) 7.5 Levance Fields (36) 7.2 Brandin Knight (35) 7.0 Jerry McCullough (25) 6.6 Sean Miller (34) 6.3 Brandin Knight (33) 6.2 Dwayne Wallace (30) 6.2 Keith Starr (29) 6.0 Sean Miller (30) 6.0 Clarence Burch (22) 5.9 Vonteego Cummings (26) 5.9 Carl Krauser (29)

Year Y 1989-90 2008-09 2001-02 1993-94 1991-92 2002-03 1981-82 1974-75 1988-89 1951-52 1997-98 2004-05

ASSIST:TURNOVER RATIO A (Since 1978-79) Avg. g Player y ((GP)) Y Year 3.80 Levance Fields (36) 2008-09 2.95 Levance Fields (25) 2007-08 2.61 Ronald Ramon (37) 2007-08 2.41 Levance Fields (37) 2006-07 2.41 Sean Miller (33) 1990-91 2.38 Sean Miller (34) 1991-92 2.37 Darelle Porter (33) 1990-91 2.34 Travon Woodall (34) 2010-11 2.29 Darelle Porter (29) 1989-90 2.27 Sean Miller (31) 1987-88

ASSISTS T Total Player y ((GP)) Brandin Knight (127) 785 744 Sean Miller (128) 645 Levance Fields (131) 617 Darelle Porter (123) 568 Carl Krauser (126) 552 Jerry McCullough (111) 458 Vonteego Cummings (103) 454 Brad Wanamaker (100) 436 Dwayne Wallace (101) 378 Curtis Aiken (120) 373 Ricardo Greer (117) 363 Pete Strickland (104) 343 Billy Culbertson (78) 339 Ronald Ramon (135) 329 Keith Starr (78) Tom Richards (101) 307 Demetreus Gore (122) 300 295 Jaron Brown (137)

Y Year 1999-03 1987-92 2005-09 1987-91 2002-06 1991-96 1995-99 2007-11 1978-82 1983-87 1997-01 1975-79 1981-84 2004-08 1972-75 1972-76 1984-88 2000-04

ASSISTS AVERAGE (Minimum 50 GP) Avg. g Player y ((GP)) Brandin Knight (127) 6.2 5.8 Sean Miller (128) 5.0 Darelle Porter (123) 5.0 Jerry McCullough (111) 4.9 Levance Fields (131) 4.5 Carl Krauser (126) 4.4 Vonteego Cummings (103) 4.4 Billy Culbertson (78) 4.3 Dwayne Wallace (101) 4.2 Keith Starr (78)

Y Year 1999-03 1987-92 1987-91 1991-96 2005-09 2002-06 1995-99 1981-84 1978-82 1972-75

ASSIST:TURNOVER RATIO A (Since 1978-79) Avg. g Player y ((GP)) Y Year 2.89 Levance Fields (131) 2005-09 2.32 Sean Miller (128) 1987-92 2.12 Travon Woodall (78) 2008-11 2.04 Ronald Ramon (135) 2004-08 1987-91 1.95 Darelle Porter (123) Brandin Knight (127) 1999-03 1.93 1.88 Billy Culbertson (78) 1981-84 Jerry McCullough (111) 1991-96 1.80 Brad Wanamaker (134) 2007-11 1.77 Curtis Aiken (120) 1983-87 1.53 Antonio Graves (130) 2003-07 1.49 Dwayne Wallace (101) 1.47 1978-92

Year Player y Total 1970-71 .. Bill Downes ................. 85 1971-72 .. Cleveland Edwards .... 108 1972-73 .. Billy Knight .................. 77 1973-74 .. Tom Richards .............. 98 1974-75 .. Keith Starr ................ 180

GP Avg. g .... 24 ..... 3.5 .... 20 ..... 5.4 .... 26 ..... 3.0 .... 28 ..... 3.5 .... 29 ..... 6.2

1975-76 .. Bob Shrewsbury ........ 147 1976-77 .. Pete Strickland ......... 108 1977-78 .. Pete Strickland ......... 110 1978-79 .. Pete Strickland ......... 111 1979-80 .. Dwayne Wallace ....... 103

.... 26 ..... 5.7 .... 25 ..... 4.3 .... 26 ..... 4.2 .... 29 ..... 3.8 .... 24 ..... 4.3

1980-81 .. Dwayne Wallace ....... 137 1981-82 .. Dwayne Wallace ....... 187 1982-83 .. Billy Culbertson ......... 143 1983-84 .. Billy Culbertson ......... 169 1984-85 .. Curtis Aiken .............. 123

.... 31 ..... 4.4 .... 30 ..... 6.2 .... 28 ..... 5.1 .... 31 ..... 5.5 .... 29 ..... 4.2

1985-86 .. Joey David ................ 105 1986-87 .. Mike Goodson ........... 159 1987-88 .. Sean Miller ................ 180 1988-89 .. Sean Miller ................ 181 1989-90 .. Darelle Porter ............ 229

.... 29 ..... 3.6 .... 33 ..... 4.8 .... 31 ..... 5.8 .... 30 ..... 6.0 .... 29 ..... 7.9

1990-91 .. Darelle Porter ............ 168 1991-92 .. Sean Miller ................ 224 1992-93 .. Jerry McCullough ...... 156 1993-94 .. Jerry McCullough ...... 175 1994-95 .. Andre Alridge ............ 156

.... 33 ..... 5.1 .... 34 ..... 6.6 .... 28 ..... 5.6 .... 25 ..... 7.0 .... 27 ..... 5.8

1995-96 .. Jerry McCullough ...... 133 1996-97 .. Vonteego Cummings . 140 1997-98 .. Vonteego Cummings . 154 1998-99 .. Vonteego Cummings . 112 1999-00 .. Brandin Knight .......... 154

.... 25 ..... 5.3 .... 33 ..... 4.2 .... 26 ..... 5.9 .... 26 ..... 4.3 .... 28 ..... 5.5

2000-01 .. Brandin Knight .......... 171 2001-02 .. Brandin Knight .......... 251 2002-03 .. Brandin Knight .......... 209 2003-04 .. Carl Krauser .............. 145 2004-05 .. Carl Krauser .............. 170

.... 31 ..... 5.5 .... 35 ..... 7.2 .... 33 ..... 6.3 .... 32 ..... 4.5 .... 29 ..... 5.9

2005-06 .. Carl Krauser .............. 160 2006-07 .. Levance Fields .......... 169 2007-08 .. Levance Fields .......... 133 Ronald Ramon .......... 133 2008-09 Levance Fields .......... 270

.... 33 ..... 4.8 .... 37 ..... 4.6 .... 25 ..... 5.3 .... 37 ..... 3.6 .... 36 ..... 7.5

2009-10 2010-11

Brad Wanamaker ...... 160 .... 34 ..... 4.7 Brad Wanamaker ...... 174 .... 34 ..... 5.1

CLASS RECORDS TOTAL T ASSISTS Freshman: 180, Sean Miller, 1987-88. Sophomore: 181, Sean Miller, 1988-89. Junior: 251, Brandin Knight, 2001-02. Senior: 270, Levance Fields, 2008-09. ASSISTS AVERAGE Freshman: 5.8, Sean Miller, 1987-88. Sophomore: 6.0, Sean Miller, 1988-89. Junior: 7.9, Darelle Porter, 1989-90. Senior: 7.5, Levance Fields, 2008-09. ASSIST:TURNOVER RATIO A Freshman: 2.27, Sean Miller, 1987-88. Sophomore: 2.41, Levance Fields, 2006-07. Junior: 2.95, Levance Fields, 2007-08. Senior: 3.80, Levance Fields, 2008-09.

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

BLOCKED SHOTS LEADERS SINGLE GAME RECORDS BLOCKED SHOTS 7 Chris TTaft 7 Gary McGhee 7 Bobby Martin 7 Carlton Neverson 7 Charles Smith 7 Charles Smith 7 Charles Smith 7 Charles Smith 7 Charles Smith 7 Charles Smith 7 Atila Cosby 7 Charles Smith 7 Mark Blount 7 Sam Clancy 6 Gary McGhee 6 Charles Smith 6 Charles Smith 6 Charles Smith 6 Charles Smith 6 Charles Smith 6 Charles Smith 6 Charles Smith 6 Charles Smith 6 Mel Bennett

Murray State vs. Duquesne Seton Hall West Virginia Florida Duquesne Indiana, Pa. Robert Morris Alabama Syracuse UM-Balt. County Connecticut Connecticut Penn State at Marquette Duquesne Westminster Boston College Boston College West Virginia Florida State Providence Providence St. Joseph’s

SEASON RECORDS 12/20/03 12/1/10 1/20/90 1/21/81 1/2/88 1/20/86 1/29/86 11/28/87 12/29/87 2/9/87 11/13/98 3/11/88 12/4/96 2/18/87 2/18/10 1/12/87 1/2/85 1/22/86 1/24/87 12/13/86 12/28/87 2/19/86 2/7/87 12/14/74

ANNUAL BLOCKED SHOTS LEADERS Year Player y Total 1974-75 .. Mel Bennett ................ 70 1975-76 .. Willie Kelly ................... 34 1976-77 .. Michael Rice ............... 16 1977-78 .. Sam Clancy ................ 53 1978-79 .. Sam Clancy ................ 27

.... .... .... .... ....

GP Avg. g 29 ..... 2.4 26 ..... 1.3 24 ..... 0.7 27 ..... 2.0 29 ..... 0.9

1979-80 .. Sam Clancy ................ 50 1980-81 .. Sam Clancy ................ 40 1981-82 .. Steve Beatty ............... 13 1982-83 .. Keith Armstrong .......... 12 1983-84 .. Keith Armstrong .......... 56

.... .... .... .... ....

29 ..... 1.7 31 ..... 1.3 25 ..... 0.5 24 ..... 0.5 31 ..... 1.8

1984-85 .. Charles Smith ............. 63 1985-86 .. Charles Smith ............. 81 1986-87 .. Charles Smith ........... 106 1987-88 .. Charles Smith ............. 96 1988-89 .. Bobby Martin ............... 30

.... .... .... .... ....

29 ..... 2.2 29 ..... 2.8 33 ..... 3.2 31 ..... 3.1 30 ..... 1.0

1989-90 .. Bobby Martin ............... 34 1990-91 .. Bobby Martin ............... 27 1991-92 .. Eric Mobley ................. 57 1992-93 .. Eric Mobley ................. 52 1993-94 .. Eric Mobley ................. 75

.... .... .... .... ....

29 ..... 1.2 27 ..... 1.0 33 ..... 1.7 28 ..... 1.9 27 ..... 2.8

1994-95 .. Jamie Peterson ........... 70 1995-96 .. Mark Blount ................ 27 1996-97 .. Mark Blount ................ 78 1997-98 .. Attila Cosby ................. 53 1998-99 .. Attila Cosby ................. 43

.... .... .... .... ....

28 ..... 2.5 27 ..... 1.0 29 ..... 2.7 27 ..... 2.0 28 ..... 1.5

1999-00 .. Chris Seabrooks .......... 30 2000-01 .. Isaac Hawkins ............. 39 2001-02 .. Ontario Lett ................. 37 2002-03 .. Ontario Lett ................. 39 2003-04 .. Chris Taft .................... 60

.... 28 ..... 1.1 .... 32 ..... 1.2 .... 35 ..... 1.1 .... 33 ..... 1.2 .... 36 ..... 1.7

2004-05 .. Chris Taft .................... 50 2005-06 .. Aaron Gray .................. 49 2006-07 .. Aaron Gray .................. 62 2007-08 .. Sam Young ................. 42 2008-09 .. DeJuan Blair ............... 34 2009-10 .. Gary McGhee .............. 59 2010-11 .. Gary McGhee .............. 44

.... .... .... .... .... .... ....

29 ..... 1.7 33 ..... 1.5 36 ..... 1.7 37 ..... 1.1 35 ..... 0.9 34 ..... 1.7 34 ..... 1.3

Charles Smith became just the second player in school history to lead his team in blocked shots over four consecutive seasons from 1984 to 1988. Smith, who blocked 346 career shots from 1984-88, holds 11 of the school’s 14 blocked shot records.

BLOCKED SHOTS T Total Player y (GP) ( ) 106 Charles Smith (33) 96 Charles Smith (31) 81 Charles Smith (29) 78 Mark Blount (29) 75 Eric Mobley (27) 70 Jaime Peterson (28) 70 Mel Bennett (29) 63 Charles Smith (29) 62 Aaron Gray (36) 60 Chris Taft T (36) 59 Gary McGhee (34) 57 Eric Mobley (33) 56 Keith Armstrong (31) 53 Attila Cosby (27) 53 Sam Clancy (27) 52 Eric Mobley (29) 50 Sam Clancy (29) 50 Chris Taft T (29)

CAREER RECORDS Year Y 1986-87 1987-88 1985-86 1996-97 1993-94 1994-95 1974-75 1984-85 2006-07 2003-04 2009-10 1991-92 1983-84 1997-98 1977-78 1992-93 1979-80 2004-05

BLOCKED SHOTS AVERAGE (Minimum: 20) T Total Player y (GP) ( ) Y Year 3.2 Charles Smith (33) 1986-87 3.1 Charles Smith (31) 1987-88 2.8 Charles Smith (29) 1985-87 1993-94 2.8 Eric Mobley (27) 2.7 1996-97 Mark Blount (29) 2.5 1994-95 Jaime Peterson (28) 2.4 1974-75 Mel Bennett (29) 1984-85 2.2 Charles Smith (29) 1977-78 2.0 Sam Clancy (27) Attila Cosby (27) 1997-98 2.0 1.9 Eric Mobley (28) 1992-93 1.8 Keith Armstrong (31) 1983-84 1.7 Gary McGhee (34) 2009-10 1.7 Chris Taft T (36) 2003-04 1.7 Eric Mobley (33) 1991-92 1.7 Chris Taft T (29) 2004-05 1.7 Isaac Hawkins (27) 1997-98 1.7 Aaron Gray (36) 2006-07

BLOCKED SHOTS T Total Player y ((GP)) 346 Charles Smith (122) 184 Eric Mobley (88) 170 Sam Clancy (116) 143 Isaac Hawkins (118) 130 Aaron Gray (113) 114 Gary McGhee (120) 110 Chris Taft T (65) 109 Sam Young (143) 109 Bobby Martin (117) Keith Armstrong (112) 108 105 Mark Blount (56) 96 Attila Cosby (55) Jaime Peterson (54) 89 Chevon Troutman (124) 86 78 Orlando Antigua (116) 76 Ontario Lett (68) 75 DeJuan Blair (72) 70 Mel Bennett (29) 64 Toree Morris (98) 63 Larry Harris (107) 55 Brandin Knight (127) 52 Carlton Neverson (89) 50 Jaron Brown (101) 45 Ed Scheuermann (98) 45 Brian Shorter (92)

Y Year 1984-88 1991-94 1977-81 1996-01 2003-07 2007-11 2003-05 2005-09 1987-91 1982-87 1995-97 1997-99 1993-95 2001-05 1991-95 2001-03 2007-09 1974-75 2000-03 1974-78 1999-03 1978-81 2000-03 1976-81 1988-91

BLOCKED SHOTS AVERAGE (Min.: 50 games) T Total Player y (GP) ( ) Y Year Charles Smith (122) 2.8 1984-88 2.1 Eric Mobley (88) 1991-94 1.9 Mark Blount (56) 1995-97 1.7 Chris Taft 2003-05 T (65) 1.7 Attila Cosby (55) 1997-99 1.6 Jaime Peterson (54) 1993-95 1.5 Sam Clancy (116) 1977-81 1.2 Aaron Gray (113) 2003-07 1.2 Isaac Hawkins (118) 1996-01 1.1 Ontario Lett (68) 2001-03

CLASS RECORDS BLOCKED SHOTS Freshman: 70, Mel Bennett, 1974-75. Sophomore: 81, Charles Smith, 1985-86. Junior: 106, Charles Smith, 1986-87. Senior: 96, Charles Smith, 1987-88. BLOCKED SHOTS PER GAME Freshman: 2.4, Mel Bennett, 1974-75. Sophomore: 2.8, Charles Smith, 1985-86. Junior: 3.2, Charles Smith, 1986-87. Senior: 3.1, Charles Smith, 1987-88.

Mark Blount became a second-round NBA draft pick after rejecting 78 shots during his sophomore year.

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STEALS LEADERS SINGLE GAME RECORDS STEALS 7 Billy Culbertson 7 Brandin Knight 7 Brandin Knight 7 Carlton Neverson 7 George Allen 7 Kellii TTaylor 7 Kellii Taylor 7 Jaron Brown 7 Curtis Aiken 6 Jermaine Dixon 6 DeJuan Blair 6 Carl Krauser 6 Carl Krauser 6 Jaron Brown 6 Billy Culbertson 6 Brandin Knight 6 Chevon Troutman 6 Brandin Knight 6 Calton Neverson 6 Carlton Neverson 6 Chip Watkins 6 Curtis Aiken 6 Dwayne Wallace 6 Jaron Brown 6 Jaron Brown 6 Lennie McMillian 6 Lennie McMillian 6 Pete Strickland 6 Wayne Williams

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LaSalle at Notre Dame at Nebraska St. Francis (Pa.) Robert Morris Navy New Orleans vs. Connecticut Syracuse at Villanova St. John’s Marquette St. Francis (N.Y.) at Seton Hall Duquesne Georgetown vs. Boston College Duquesne Rhode Island Eastern Kentucky Seton Hall Syracuse Rhode Island at Seton Hall Georgetown Rutgers St. Bonaventure St. Francis (Pa.) Duke

ANNUAL STEALS LEADERS 3/16/84 1/22/00 12/11/99 12/29/80 12/12/82 3/12/97 3/12/97 3/13/04 1/26/85 1/28/09 1/11/09 1/28/06 11/29/05 2/15/03 1/14/84 1/26/02 3/12/04 12/20/99 3/6/81 2/4/80 2/22/84 1/26/85 2/22/84 2/15/03 1/26/02 1/10/81 12/2/80 12/10/77 2/10/79

CLASS RECORDS STEALS Freshman: 101, Kellii Taylor, 1996-97. Sophomore: 85, Vonteego Cummings, 1996-97. Junior: 82, Brandin Knight, 2001-02. Senior: 83, Carlton Neverson, 1980-81. STEALS PER GAME Freshman: 3.2, Kellii Taylor, 1996-97. Sophomore: 2.6, Vonteego Cummings, 199697. Junior: 2.8, Jerry McCullough, 1993-94. Senior: 3.0, Jerry McCullough, 1995-96.

Jerry McCullough is one of two players in Pittsburgh basketball history to lead his team in steals in four seasons. He ranks second on the all-time career steals list with 257 from 1991-96.

Year Player y Total 1970-71 .. Bill Downes ................. 85 1978-79 .. Wayne y Williams ........... 49 1979-80 .. Carlton Neverson ......... 78 1980-81 .. Carlton Neverson ......... 83 1981-82 .. Dwayne Wallace ......... 73

GP Avg. g .... 24 ..... 3.5 .... 29 ..... 1.7 .... 29 ..... 2.7 .... 31 ..... 2.7 .... 30 ..... 2.4

1982-83 .. George g Allen ............... 43 1983-84 .. Billyy Culbertson ........... 68 1984-85 .. Curtis Aiken ................ 47 1985-86 .. Demetreus Gore .......... 42 1986-87 .. Jerome Lane ............... 42

.... 28 ..... 1.5 .... 31 ..... 2.2 .... 29 ..... 1.6 .... 29 ..... 1.4 .... 33 ..... 1.3

1987-88 .. Jerome Lane ............... 40 1988-89 .. Rod Brookin ................ 39 1989-90 .. Darelle Porter .............. 54 1990-91 .. Darelle Porter .............. 63 1991-92 .. Jerry McCullough ........ 47

.... .... .... .... ....

31 ..... 1.3 29 ..... 1.3 29 ..... 1.9 33 ..... 1.9 33 ..... 1.4

1992-93 .. Jerryy McCullough g ........ 64 1993-94 .. Jerryy McCullough g ........ 70 1994-95 .. Jamie Peterson ........... 50 1995-96 .. Jerryy McCullough g ........ 76 1996-97 .. Kellii Taylor ................ 101

.... .... .... .... ....

28 ..... 2.3 25 ..... 2.8 28 ..... 1.8 25 ..... 3.0 32 ..... 3.2

1997-98 .. Vonteego g Cummings g ... 66 1998-99 .. Kellii Taylor y .................. 67 1999-00 .. Brandin Knight g ............ 77 2000-01 .. Brandin Knight g ............ 69 2001-02 .. Brandin Knight ............ 82

.... 26 ..... 2.5 .... 24 ..... 2.8 .... 28 ..... 2.8 .... 31 ..... 2.2 .... 35 ..... 2.3

2002-03 .. Brandin Knight g ............ 70 2003-04 .. Jaron Brown ............... 65 2004-05 .. Carl Krauser ................ 51 2005-06 .. Carl Krauser ................ 53 2006-07 .. Levance Fields ............ 39

.... .... .... .... ....

33 ..... 2.1 36 ..... 1.8 29 ..... 1.8 33 ..... 1.6 37 ..... 1.1

2007-08 .. DeJuan Blair ............... 62 2008-09 .. DeJuan Blair ............... 54 2009-10 .. Brad Wanamaker ........ 41 2010-11 .. Brad Wanamaker ........ 49

.... .... .... ....

37 ..... 1.7 35 ..... 1.5 34 ..... 1.2 34 ..... 1.4

Darelle Porter led Pitt in steals over two straight seasons (1989-91).

SEASON RECORDS

CAREER RECORDS

STEALS T Total 101 85 83 82 78 77 76 76 73 70 70 70 69 69

Player y ((GP)) Kellii Taylor (32) Vonteego Cummings (33) Carlton Neverson (31) Brandin Knight (35) Carlton Neverson (29) Brandin Knight (28) Lennie McMillian (30) Jerry McCullough (25) Dwayne Wallace (30) Brandin Knight (33) Jerry McCullough (25) Sam Clancy (31) Brandin Knight (28) Vonteego Cummings (26)

STEALS Avg. g 3.2 3.0 2.8 2.8 2.8 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.6 2.5 2.5 2.4 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3

AVERAGE (Minimum 20 steals) Player y ((GP)) Y Year 1996-97 Kellii Taylor (32) Jerry McCullough (25) 1995-96 Jerry McCullough (25) 1993-94 Kellii Taylor (24) 1998-99 1999-00 Brandin Knight (28) 1979-80 Carlton Neverson (29) Carlton Neverson (31) 1980-81 Vonteego Cummings (26) 1998-99 Vonteego Cummings (33) 1996-97 Vonteego Cummings (26) 1997-98 Lennie McMillian (30) 1980-81 Dwayne Wallace (30) 1981-82 Brandin Knight (35) 2001-02 Jerry McCullough (28) 1992-93 Darrell Gissendanner (30) 1981-82 1979-80 Dwayne Wallace (24)

Year Y 1996-97 1996-97 1980-81 2001-02 1979-80 1999-00 1980-81 1995-96 1981-82 2002-03 1993-94 1980-81 2000-01 1998-99

STEALS T Total 298 257 235 202 196 194 192 190 170 169 161 155 134 130 126 120

Player y (GP) ( ) Brandin Knight (112) Jerry McCullough (111) Vonteego Cummings (103) Kellii Taylor (79) Ricardo Greer (117) Carlton Neverson (89) Jaron Brown (137) Carl Krauser (126) Darelle Porter (123) Dwayne Wallace (101) Sam Clancy (116) Curtis Aiken (120) Chevon Troutman (124) Brad Wanamaker (134) Demetreus Gore (122) George Allen (77)

STEALS Avg. g 2.6 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.2 1.9 1.7 1.7 1.6 1.6 1.5 1.4 1.4 1.4

AVERAGE (Minimum 50 games) Player y ((GP)) Y Year Kellii Taylor (79) 1995-99 Brandin Knight (127) 1999-02 Jerry McCullough (111) 1991-93,95 Vonteego Cummings (103) 1995-98 Carlton Neverson (89) 1978-80 Lennie McMillian (59) 1979-80 Ricardo Greer (117) 1997-00 Dwayne Wallace (101) 1978-81 DeJuan Blair (72) 2007-09 George Allen (77) 1981-83 Carl Krauser (126) 2002-06 Billy Culbertson (78) 1981-83 Darelle Porter (123) 1987-90 Jaron Brown (101) 2000-04

Y Year 1999-03 1991-96 1995-99 1995-00 1997-01 1978-81 2000-04 2002-06 1987-91 1978-82 1977-81 1983-87 2001-05 2007-11 1984-88 1981-84

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

PARTICIPATION LEADERS SEASON RECORDS

ANNUAL MINUTES PER GAME LEADERS

CAREER RECORDS

Year 1978-79 .... 1979-80 .... 1980-81 ....

Player y Avg. g Sam Clancy ................................. 36.9 Sam Clancy ................................. 36.7 Sam Clancy ................................. 36.7

GAMES GP 37 36

PLAYED A Player y Y Year 14 tied at 37 2006-07 and 2007-08 Nine tied at 36 2003-04 and 2008-09

1981-82 .... 1982-83 .... 1983-84 .... 1984-85 .... 1985-86 ....

Clyde Vaughan ............................ 36.0 Clyde Vaughan ............................ 38.1 Clyde Vaughan ............................ 37.0 Charles Smith .............................. 33.0 Curtis Aiken ................................. 32.4

1986-87 .... 1987-88 .... 1988-89 .... 1989-90 .... 1990-91 ....

Jerome Lane ............................... 35.4 Sean Miller .................................. 35.0 Sean Miller .................................. 35.0 Jason Matthews .......................... 37.7 Sean Miller .................................. 30.0

GAMES GS 37 37 37 37 37 37 36

STAR STARTED T TED Player y Y Year Sam Young 2007-08 Ronald Ramon 2007-08 Levance Fields 2006-07 Mike Cook 2006-07 2006-07 Levon Kendall Antonio Graves 2006-07 Nine tied at 36 2003-04 and 2008-09

1991-92 .... 1992-93 .... 1993-94 .... 1994-95 .... 1995-96 ....

Sean Miller .................................. 33.4 Jerry McCullough ........................ 35.4 Jerry McCullough ........................ 35.2 Jaime Peterson ........................... 36.4 Andre Alridge .............................. 39.0

1996-97 .... 1997-98 .... 1998-99 .... 1999-00 .... 2000-01 ....

Vonteego Cummings ................... 40.1 Isaac Hawkins ............................. 37.4 Vonteego Cummings ................... 35.5 Ricardo Greer .............................. 36.0 Ricardo Greer .............................. 34.0

2001-02 .... 2002-03 .... 2003-04 .... 2004-05 .... 2005-06 ....

Brandin Knight ............................ 36.7 Brandin Knight ............................ 32.9 Carl Krauser ................................ 36.1 Carl Krauser ................................ 35.6 Carl Krauser ................................ 31.9

2006-07 .... 2007-08 .... 2008-09 .... 2009-10 .... 2010-11 ....

Levance Fields ............................ 29.6 Sam Young .................................. 32.1 Levance Fields ............................ 32.4 Ashton Gibbs ............................... 34.6 Ashton Gibbs ............................... 32.8

CLASS RECORDS GAMES STAR STARTED T TED Freshman: 36, DeJuan Blair, 2007-08. Sophomore: 37, Levance Fields, 2006-07. Junior: 37, Sam Young, 2007-08. Senior: 37, by three players MINUTES PLAYED A (Since 1978-79) Freshman: 1,072, Sean Miller, 1987-88. Sophomore: 1,201, Julius Page, 2001-02. Junior: 1,284, Brandin Knight, 2001-02. Senior: 1,281, Julius Page, 2003-04. MINUTES PER GAME Freshman: 35.8, Ricardo Greer, 1997-98 Sophomore: 37.4, Isaac Hawkins, 1997-98. Junior: 40.1, Vonteego Cummings, 1997-98. Senior: 39.0, Andre Alridge, 1995-96.

Ricardo Greer, who started 115 career games and starred for the Panthers from 1997-2001, finished his career ranked among the top-10 school leaders in both scoring and rebounding.

MINUTES PLAYED A (Since 1978-79) MP Player y 1284 Brandin Knight 1281 Julius Page 1237 Jaron Brown 1201 Julius Page 1187 Sam Young 1177 Ashton Gibbs 1174 Ronald Ramon 1169 Jerome Lane 1165 Levance Fields 1155 Carl Krauser 1146 Sam Young 1146 Clyde Vaughan 1139 Sam Clancy 1129 Vonteego Cummings 1123 Ricardo Greer 1112 Mike Goodson 1106 Brad Wanamaker 1094 Levance Fields 1092 Jason Matthews

Y Year 2001-02 2003-04 2003-04 2001-02 2007-08 2009-10 2007-08 1986-87 2008-09 2003-04 2008-09 1983-84 1980-81 1996-97 2000-01 1986-87 2009-10 2006-07 1989-90

MINUTES PER GAME (Since 1978-79) MPG Player y Y Year 40.1 Vonteego Cummings 1997-98 39.0 Andre Alridge 1995-96 38.1 Clyde Vaughan 1982-83 37.7 Jason Matthews 1989-90 37.4 Isaac Hawkins 1997-98 37.1 Charles Smith 1985-86 37.0 Clyde Vaughan 1983-84 36.9 Sam Clancy 1978-79 36.8 Darelle Porter 1989-90 PERSONAL FOULS PF Player y 122 Charles Smith 117 Ontario Lett 114 Ontario Lett 113 Sam Clancy

Y Year 1986-87 2001-02 2002-03 1980-81

DISQU DISQUALIFICATIONS Q ALIFICATIONS A (Since 1950-51) DISQ. Q Player y Y Year 1951-52 15 John Kendrick 12 Michael Zernich 1950-51 11 John Mills 1957-58 11 Chuck Hursh 1956-57 11 Julius Pegues 1956-57

FOUR-YEAR STARTERS Since freshmen were sanctioned to participate in varsity play in 1972-73, only seven players have started all four seasons at Pitt:

Sam Clancy, 1977-81 Demetreus Gore, 1984-88 Charles Smith, 1984-88 Sean Miller 1987-92 Ricardo Greer, 1997-01 Brandin Knight 1999-03 Julius Page, 2000-04

GAMES GP 143 141 137 136 135 134 131 131 130 129 128 127 126 124

PLAYED A Player y Sam Young Tyrell Biggs Jaron Brown Julius Page Ronald Ramon Brad Wanamaker Toree Morris Levance Fields Antonio Graves Gilbert Brown Sean Miller Brandin Knight Carl Krauser Chevon Troutman

Y Year 2005-09 2005-09 2000-04 2000-04 2004-08 2007-10 2000-04 2005-09 2003-07 2006-10 1987-92 1999-03 2002-06 2001-05

GAMES GS 136 124 122 119 115 112 112

STAR STARTED T TED (Since 1982-83) Player y Julius Page Sean Miller Charles Smith Brandin Knight Ricardo Greer Jason Matthews Demetreus Gore

Y Year 2000-04 1987-92 1984-88 1999-03 1997-01 1987-91 1984-88

MINUTES PLAYED A (Since 1978-79) MP Player y 4398 Julius Page 4307 Brandin Knight 4146 Sean Miller 4103 Charles Smith 4026 Ricardo Greer 3837 Carl Krauser 3777 Jaron Brown 3747 Levance Fields 3741 Clyde Vaughan 3642 Sam Young 3612 Ronald Ramon 3552 Jason Matthews 3532 Vonteego Cummings 3388 Isaac Hawkins 3369 Darelle Porter

Y Year 2000-04 1999-03 1987-92 1984-88 1997-01 2002-06 2000-04 2005-09 1980-84 2005-09 2004-08 1987-91 1995-99 1996-01 1987-91

MINUTES PER GAME (Since 1978-79) MPG Player y Y Year Ricardo Greer 1997-01 34.4 34.3 Vonteego Cummings 1995-99 1978-80 34.2 Sammie Ellis Brandin Knight 1999-03 33.9 33.6 Charles Smith 1984-88 Sean Miller 1987-92 32.4 32.3 Julius Page 2000-04 Brian Shorter 1988-91 32.1 31.9 Jerome Lane 1985-88 PERSONAL FOULS PF Player y 410 Sam Clancy 392 Charles Smith 382 Bobby Martin 358 Wayne Williams 331 Andre Williams 328 Keith Armstrong

Y Year 1977-81 1984-88 1987-91 1975-79 1981-85 1982-86

DISQU DISQUALIFICATIONS Q ALIFICATIONS A (Since 1950-51) DISQ. Q Player y Y Year 29 Julius Pegues 1955-58 27 Chuck Hursh 1955-58 25 Sam Clancy 1977-81 25 Keith Armstrong 1982-86 25 John Riser 1954-57 23 Michael Zernich 1950-53

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TEAM SEASON HIGHS T Total 31 31 29 29 28 28 27 25 25 25 25

Y Year 2008-09 2003-04 2006-07 2001-02 2010-11 2002-03 2007-08 2009-10 2005-06 1986-87 1973-74

TTotal 1.000 .920 .882 .862 .861 .861 .848 .833 .829 .824 .783

WINNING PERCENTAGE W-L Y Year 21-0 1927-28 23-2 1929-30 15-2 1915-16 25-4 1973-74 31-5 2008-09 31-5 2003-04 28-5 2002-03 20-4 1930-31 29-6 2001-02 28-6 2010-11 29-8 2006-07

SCORING MARGIN GP Y Year 33 2002-03 28 1973-74 34 2010-11 36 2008-09 36 2003-04 33 2001-02 33 1986-87 25 1962-63 33 2005-06 25 1963-64 29 2004-05

OPPONENT SCORING AVERAGE T Total GP Y Year 56.4 36 2003-04 59.2 33 2002-03 59.3 22 1951-52 60.9 35 2001-02 61.0 34 2010-11 2009-10 61.8 34 62.0 26 1950-51 62.8 27 2006-07 63.1 33 2005-06 63.5 29 2004-05 64.7 31 1983-84

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE FG-FGA Y Year 1000-1965 1986-87 893-1766 2002-03 878-1761 1985-86 878-1768 1987-88 882-1795 1978-79 797-1652 1989-90 969-2012 1973-74 1040-2173 2008-09 845-1773 1977-78 886-1866 2010-11 961-2035 2006-07

OPPONENT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE T Total GP Y Year .330 22 1951-52 .334 23 1952-53 1957-58 .357 25 1953-54 .367 23 .369 25 1962-63 .380 24 1958-59 .380 25 1955-56 .386 36 2003-04 .386 27 1956-57 .386 26 1954-55

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 3FG-FGA Y Year 211-506 1990-91 146-354 1989-90 167-415 1988-89 115-287 1987-88 202-512 2010-11 229-599 2006-07 175-462 2004-05 110-295 1986-87 208-572 2002-03 204-575 1995-96 206-585 2005-06

OPPONENT THREE-POINT PERCENTAGE TTotal 3FG-3FGA Y Year .288 181-628 2001-02 .304 156-513 1998-99 .307 176-573 2002-03 .308 186-603 2003-04 .309 217-702 2006-07 .322 165-512 1996-97 .325 164-504 1991-92 .326 199-610 2010-11 .327 149-456 1995-96 .329 229-695 2008-09 .332 153-461 1993-94

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE FTM-FTA T Y Year 741-991 1990-91 679-910 1988-89 449-611 1961-62 385-524 1964-65 575-789 1978-79 411-565 1977-78 687-945 1989-90 468-646 1982-83 604-841 1987-88 402-562 1994-95

TOTAL REBOUNDS Off-Def Y Year 533-899d 2008-09 533o-866d 2007-08 0o-1377d 1954-55 456o-914d 1986-87 484o-874d 2010-11 462o-883d 2001-02 445o-884d 2006-07 466o-854d 2003-04 476o-834d 1991-92 0o-1288d 1974-75 0o-1283d 1952-53

T Total +15.7 +15.3 +13.0 +12.4 +11.5 +11.4 +10.8 +10.3 +9.4 +9.2 +8.8

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TOTAL WINS GP 36 36 37 35 34 33 37 34 33 33 29

T Total .509 .506 .499 .497 .491 .482 .482 .479 .477 .475 .472

TTotal .417 .412 .402 .401 .395 .382 .379 .373 .364 .355 .352

T Total .748 .746 .735 .735 .729 .727 .727 .724 .718 .715

TTotal 1432 1399 1377 1370 1358 1345 1329 1320 1310 1288 1283

GAMES PLAYED GP 37 37 36 36 35 34 34 34 33 33 33

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Y Year 2007-08 2006-07 2008-09 2003-04 2001-02 2010-11 2009-10 1991-92 1986-87 2000-01 2002-03

TTotal 2801 2772 2758 2731 2637 2591 2530 2514 2475 2473 2446

TOTAL POINTS GP 36 33 33 37 37 34 35 34 31 33 36

Y Year 2008-09 1986-87 1990-91 2007-08 2006-07 1991-92 2001-02 2010-11 1987-88 2002-03 2003-04

FIELD GOALS MADE T Total GP Y Year 1040 36 2008-09 1000 33 1986-87 997 37 2007-08 969 28 1973-74 961 37 2006-07 949 29 1974-75 928 35 2001-02 913 34 1991-92 904 36 2003-04 903 31 1980-81 903 33 1990-91

FIELD GOALS MADE PER GAME T Total GP Y Year 34.6 28 1973-74 33.1 24 1971-72 32.7 29 1974-75 31.8 25 1963-64 31.3 27 1977-78 29 1972-73 30.6 30.4 29 1978-79 30.3 29 1985-86 30.3 33 1986-87

3-POINT GOALS MADE GP Y Year 37 2006-07 36 2008-09 37 2007-08 28 1994-95 35 2001-02 33 1990-91 33 2002-03 33 2005-06 27 1995-96 34 2010-11 33 2000-01

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE PER GAME T Total GP Y Year 8.0 28 1994-95 7.5 27 1995-96 29 2004-05 6.7 6.4 33 1990-91 6.3 36 2008-09 6.3 33 2002-03 6.3 35 2001-02 6.2 37 2006-07 6.2 33 2005-06 6.2 28 1999-00 6.1 27 1993-94

FIELD T Total 229 225 225 225 220 211 208 206 204 202 190

TTotal 741 687 679 662 617 604 575 571 566 553 540

FREE THROWS MADE GP Y Year 33 1990-91 29 1989-90 30 1988-89 33 1986-87 34 1991-92 31 1987-88 29 1978-79 25 1955-56 27 1956-57 26 1954-55 34 2010-11

TTotal 55.8 53.9 53.0 48.5 48.4 48.0 47.1 46.0 45.8 45.4

REBOUND AVERAGE GP Y Year 23 1952-53 23 1953-54 26 1954-55 23 1960-61 25 1955-56 22 1967-68 25 1966-67 24 1970-71 28 1973-74 25 1957-58

TTotal 23.7 22.8 22.6 22.5 21.7 21.3 20.9 20.1 19.8 19.5

FREE THROWS MADE PER GAME GP Y Year 29 1989-90 1955-56 25 30 1988-89 33 1990-91 23 1952-53 26 1954-55 27 1956-57 33 1986-87 29 1978-79 23 1961-62

TTotal +10.7 +10.6 +9.7 +9.3 +8.6 +7.6 +6.6 +6.5 +6.4 +6.2 +6.0

REBOUND MARGIN GP Y Year 34 2010-11 27 1977-78 33 1986-87 2008-09 36 2004-05 29 2005-06 33 33 2002-03 28 1973-74 35 2001-02 23 1952-53 31 1987-88

TTotal 84.0 83.7 83.6 81.8 80.8 80.7 80.2 79.8 78.9 78.0 77.8

SCORING AVERAGE GP Y Year 33 1986-87 29 1989-90 33 1990-91 25 1963-64 28 1973-74 29 1978-79 24 1971-72 31 1987-88 30 1988-89 26 1954-55 36 2008-09

TTotal 2185 2173 2083 2035 2023 2012 2011 1981 1974 1965 1961

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS GP Y Year 37 2007-08 36 2008-09 29 1974-75 37 2006-07 26 1954-55 28 1973-74 34 1991-92 31 1980-81 35 2001-02 33 1986-87 33 1996-97

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS T Total GP Y Year 682 35 2001-02 671 37 2007-08 641 28 1994-95 639 36 2008-09 599 37 2006-07 585 33 2005-06 578 33 2000-01 575 27 1995-96 572 33 2002-03 543 28 1999-00 537 33 1996-97

TTotal 994 991 961 945 910 864 841 841 836 825

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS GP Y Year 34 1991-92 33 1990-91 33 1986-87 29 1989-90 30 1988-89 26 1954-55 31 1987-88 25 1955-56 23 1953-54 27 1956-57

OPPONENT REBOUND AVERAGE T Total GP Y Year 29.2 34 2010-11 29.5 29 2004-05 29.5 33 2002-03 30.5 36 2008-09 30.7 28 1982-83 31.2 33 2005-06 31.3 37 2006-07 31.3 36 2003-04 31.8 33 1986-87 31.8 31 1987-88 32.0 35 2001-02

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T Total 647 633 595 590 589 587 578 566 562 544 541

TOTAL ASSISTS GP 37 36 34 35 33 33 37 31 33 28 33

T Total 169 157 155 148 148 146 146 140 139 138 135

BLOCKED SHOTS GP Y Year 36 2003-04 35 2001-02 33 1996-97 33 1986-87 29 1985-86 34 1991-92 29 1974-75 27 1993-94 36 2008-09 34 2009-10 31 1987-88

Y Year 2006-07 2008-09 2010-11 2001-02 2002-03 1986-87 2007-08 1987-88 1990-91 1973-74 2005-06

T Total 19.4 19.2 18.3 17.8 17.8 17.6 17.5 17.5 17.4 17.2 17.0

ASSISTS AVERAGE GP Y Year 1973-74 28 24 1971-72 31 1987-88 33 2002-03 33 1986-87 36 2008-09 34 2010-11 37 2006-07 1974-75 29 27 1976-77 1990-91 33

BLOCKED SHOTS AVERAGE T Total GP Y Year 5.2 27 1993-94 5.1 29 1985-86 29 1974-75 5.0 27 1997-98 4.9 33 1996-97 4.7 36 2003-04 4.7 27 1977-78 4.5 4.5 35 2001-02 4.5 33 1986-87 4.4 31 1987-88

ASSIST:TURNOVER RATIO T Total GP Y Year 1.49 34 2010-11 1.47 37 2006-07 1.45 36 2008-09 2007-08 1.30 37 1.27 34 2009-10 1.26 30 1988-89 1.22 33 2002-03 1.21 33 1986-87 1.20 33 2005-06 33 1990-91 1.20 1.18 35 2001-02

T Total 338 333 323 287 271 262 252 251 246 245 241

TOTAL STEALS GP 30 33 31 29 33 30 31 37 36 28 27

Y Year 1998-99 1996-97 1980-81 1979-80 2002-03 1981-82 1983-84 2007-08 2008-09 1994-95 1997-98

TURNOVERS FORCED PER GAME T Total GP Y Year 20.1 1996-97 33 27 1995-96 18.6 28 18.4 1994-95 30 1998-99 17.6 27 16.9 1997-98 34 1991-92 16.4 16.1 35 2001-02 15.6 27 1993-94 15.1 2000-01 33 14.9 28 1999-00

TTotal 11.3 10.4 10.1 9.9 8.9 8.8 8.7 8.7 8.2 8.1

FEWEST TURNOVERS COMMITTED PER GAME T Total GP Y Year 11.7 34 2010-11 37 11.9 2006-07 12.0 2007-08 37 12.1 36 2008-09 12.3 34 2009-10 12.6 2003-04 36 13.2 1988-89 30 13.7 33 2005-06 14.2 33 1990-91 14.2 2001-02 35 14.4 29 2004-05

STEALS AVERAGE GP Y Year 30 1998-99 31 1980-81 1996-97 33 29 1979-80 27 1997-98 28 1994-95 30 1981-82 27 1995-96 33 2002-03 31 1983-84

TEAM SEASON LOWS T Total 869 950 1,236 1,252 1,252

T Total 11.8 13.1 13.2 13.4 13.5

TOTAL POINTS GP 18 21 25 22 24

Y Year 1949-50 1947-48 1948-49 1951-52 1968-69

ASSISTS AVERAGE GP Y Year 28 1982-83 29 1979-80 29 1984-85 31 1980-81 30 1998-99

T Total 45.2 48.3 49.4 56.3 56.9

T Total 176 177 178 185 186

SCORING AVERAGE GP Y Year 21 1947-48 1949-50 18 1948-49 25 1950-51 26 22 1951-52 TOTAL STEALS GP 28 34 28 30 29

Y Year 1992-93 2009-10 1982-83 1988-89 1989-90

T Total .313 .326 .329 .329 .334

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE FGM-A Y Year 547-1745 1950-51 333-1020 1949-50 462-1404 1951-52 570-1735 1953-54 557-1670 1952-53

T Total 5.2 5.2 5.9 5.9 6.2

STEALS AVERAGE GP Y Year 39 2009-10 37 2006-07 36 2003-04 33 1986-87 33 2005-06

TTotal .575 .590 .596 .597 .601

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE FTM-A Y Year 203-353 1949-50 328-556 1951-52 498-836 1953-54 485-812 1952-53 360-599 1948-49

TTotal 43 60 60 62 68

BLOCKED SHOTS GP Y Year 28 1982-83 28 1999-00 27 1976-77 30 1981-82 29 1989-80

TTotal 309 380 384 391 393

TOTAL ASSISTS GP 22 29 29 27 29

Y Year 1951-52 1979-80 1984-85 1977-78 1978-79

BLOCKED SHOTS AVERAGE T Total GP Y Year 1.5 28 1982-83 2.1 30 1981-82 2.1 28 1999-00 2.2 27 1976-77 2.3 29 1989-90

WINNING STREAKS PITT BASKETBALL STREAKS Longest Win Streak: 22 from 12/4/73-2/20/74; 21 from 1927-1928; 19 from 2/9/29-2/1/30; 18 from 11/14/03-1/17/04; 16 from 11/14/08-1/17/09; 15 from 11/ 19/05-1/21/06; 15 from 2/5/15-1916. Longest Home Win Streak: 40 from 1/22/01-2/29/04; 31 from 2/27/08-1/20/10; 27 from 12/10/73-12/23/75; 21, 2/27/08-current; 20 from 1/28/01-1/24/11; 16 from 11/19/05-3/3/06; 14 from 1/31/87-1/25/88; 12 from 2/9/84-1/22/86; 11 from 1/2/64-12/4/65. Longest On-Campus Home Win Streak: 40 from 1/22/01-2/29/04; 25 from 12/10/73-12/23/75. Longest Losing Streak: 10 from 12/7/68-1/22/69; 10 from 2/5/93-3/10/93; 9 from 2/8/68-12/5/69. Longest Home Losing Streak: 7 from 12/12/53-1/9/54; 5 from 1/29/93-2/22/93; 5 from 1/3/95-2/4/95; 5 from 1/25/66-2/26/66. Longest Road Win Streak: 11 from 1927-1929; 7 from 2/27/10-2/19/11; 6, four times-from 1/4/07-2/24/07; 2/10/02-12/31/02; 1929-1930; 12/4/73-2/16/74. Longest Road Losing Streak: 23 from 2/13/68-2/18/70; 19 from 1949-1951. Longest Season Opening Win Streak: 21-0 in 1927-28; 18-0 in 2003-04; 16-0 in 2008-09; 15-0 in 2005-06; 15-0 in 1915-16; 12-0 in 1929-30; 10-0 in 2010-11; 10-0 in 2006-07; 10-0 in 2004-05; 9-0 in 1987-88 and 9-0 in 2002-03. Longest Season Opening Losing Streak: 6 in 1947-48; 4 in 1954-55; 4 in 1949-50. Most Consecutive Winning Seasons: 11 from 2000-01 to current; 6 from 1983-84 to 1988-89; 5 from 1932-33 to 1936-37; 5 from 1977-78 to 1981-82. Most Consecutive Losing Seasons: 5 from 1964-65 to 1968-69. Most Consecutive NCAA Tournament Appearances: 10 from 2002-current; 3 from 1987-89; 2 from 1957-58; 1981-82. Most Consecutive Postseason Appearances: 11 from 2000-current; 6 from 1984-89; 3 from 1991-93, 1980-82. Consecutive NCAA “Sweet Sixteen” Appearances: 3 (2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04). Consecutive Seasons Advancing to the Big East Tournament: 29 from 1983-2011.

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POSTSEASON HISTORY NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY Appearances: 23; Games: 46; Total Record: 23-24. Date

Opponent pp ((Location))

W/L

Score

1941 Final Four 3/21 ........ vs. North Carolina (Madison, ( , Wisc.)) ................... W ........... 26-20 3/22 ........ at Wisconsin (Final Four- Madison, Wisc.) .......... L ........... 36-30 1957 3/11 ........ vs. Morehead State (Columbus, ( , Ohio)) ............... W ........... 86-85 3/15 ........ at Kentuckyy ((Lexington, g , Ky.) y ) ................................ L ........... 98-92 3/16 ........ vs. Notre Dame (Consolation-Lexington, Ky.) ..... L ........... 86-85 1958 3/11 ........ vs. Miami (Ohio) (Evanston, Ill.) ........................... L ........... 82-77 1963 3/11 ........ vs. New York Univ. (Philadelphia, Pa.) .................. L ........... 93-83 1974 3/9 .......... 3/14 ........ 3/16 ........

Elite Eight g vs. Saint Joseph’s p (Morgantown, ( g , W.Va.)) ............ W ........... 54-42 vs. Furman ((Raleigh, g , N.C.)) .................................. W ........... 81-78 at North Carolina State (Raleigh, N.C.) ............... L ......... 100-72

1981 3/13 ........ vs. Idaho ((El Paso,, Texas)) .................................... W ... 70-69 ((OT)) 3/15 ........ vs. North Carolina (El Paso, Texas) ...................... L ........... 74-57 1982 3/12 ........ vs. Pepperdine (Pullman, Wash.) .......................... L ........... 99-88 1985 3/14 ........ vs. Louisiana Tech (Tulsa, Okla.) .......................... L ........... 78-54 1987 3/13 ........ vs. Marist ((Tucson,, Ariz.)) ..................................... W ........... 93-68 3/15 ........ vs. Oklahoma (Tucson, Ariz.) ............................... L ........... 96-93

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1988 3/18 ........ vs. Eastern Michigan g (Lincoln, ( , Neb.)) .................. W ......... 108-90 3/20 ........ vs. Vanderbilt (OT) (Lincoln, Neb.) ....................... L ........... 80-74 1989 3/10 ........ vs. Ball State (Indianapolis, Ind.) ......................... L ........... 68-64 1991 3/14 ........ vs. Georgia g (OT) ( ) ((Louisville, Ky.) y ) ......................... W ........... 76-68 3/16 ........ vs. Kansas (Louisville, Ky.) ................................... L ........... 77-66 1993 3/19 ........ vs. Utah (Nashville, Tenn.) .................................... L ........... 86-65 2002 3/15 ........ 3/17 ........ 3/21 ........

Sweet Sixteen vs. Cent. Conn. State (Pittsburgh, ( g , Pa.)) .............. W ........... 71-54 vs. California (Pittsburgh, ( g , Pa.)) ............................. W ........... 63-50 vs. Kent State (OT) (Lexington, Ky.) .................... L ........... 78-73

2003 3/21 ........ 3/23 ........ 3/27 ........

Sweet Sixteen vs. Wagner g ((Boston,, Mass.)) ................................ W ........... 87-61 ( , Mass.)) ................................. W ........... 74-52 vs. Indiana (Boston, vs. Marquette (Minneapolis, Minn.) ..................... L ........... 77-74

2004 3/19 ........ 3/21 ........ 3/25 ........

Sweet Sixteen ( , Wisc.)) ............... W ........... 53-44 vs. Central Florida (Milwaukee, ( , Wisc.)) ....................... W ........... 59-55 vs. Wisconsin (Milwaukee, vs. Oklahoma State (East Rutherford, N.J.) ....... L ........... 63-51

2005 3/17 ........ vs. Pacific (Boise, Idaho) ...................................... L ........... 79-71 2006 ( 3/17 ........ vs. Kent State (Auburn Hills,, Mich.)) ................... W ........... 79-64 3/19 ........ vs. Bradley (Auburn Hills, Mich.) .......................... L ........... 72-66 2007 3/15 ........ 3/17 ........ 3/22 ........

Sweet Sixteen g State (Buffalo, ( , N.Y.)) ........................... W ........... 79-58 vs. Wright g ( , N.Y.)) ......... W ... 84-79 (OT) ( ) vs. Virginia Commonwealth (Buffalo, vs. UCLA (San Jose, Calif.) ................................. L ........... 64-55

2008 3/20 ........ vs. Oral Roberts (Denver, ( , Colo.)) .......................... W ........... 82-63 3/22 ........ vs. Michigan State (Denver, Colo.) ...................... L ........... 65-54 2009 3/20 ........ 3/22 ........ 3/26 ........ 3/28 ........

g Elite Eight ( y , Ohio)) ............ W ........... vs. East Tennessee State (Dayton, ( y , Ohio)) .................... W ........... vs. Oklahoma State (Dayton, ( , Mass.)) ................................... W ........... vs. Xavier (Boston, vs. Villanova (Boston, Mass.) ............................... L ...........

72-62 84-76 60-55 78-76

2010 ( , Wis.)) ............................ W ........... 89-66 3/19 ........ vs. Oakland (Milwaukee, 3/21 ........ vs. Xavier (Milwaukee, Wis.) ................................ L ........... 71-68 2011 ( g , D.C.)) ................. W ........... 74-51 3/17 ........ vs. UNC Asheville (Washington, 3/19 ........ vs. Butler (Washington, D.C.) ............................... L ........... 71-70

Pitt’s 2002-03 team automatically qualified for the NCAA Tournament when it captured the school’s firstever Big East Tournament title. The Panthers advanced to their second consecutive NCAA Tournament “Sweet Sixteen” appearance.

NIT HISTORY Appearances: 8; Games: 14; Total Record: 6-8 Date Opponent pp ((Location)) W/L Score 1964 3/14 ........ vs. Drake (New York, N.Y.) ................................... L ........... 87-82 1975 York, N.Y.)) .................. W ........... 70-65 3/15 ........ vs. Southern Illinois (New ( 3/18 ........ vs. Providence (New York, N.Y.) ........................... L ......... 101-80 1980 3/6 .......... at Duquesne (Pittsburgh, Pa./Civic Arena) ........... L ........... 65-63 1984 3/16 ........ vs. LaSalle (Philadelphia, ( p , Pa.)) ............................. W ........... 95-91 N.C.)) ................... 3/18 ........ vs. Florida State (Greensboro, ( ................... W ........... 66-63 3/23 ........ Notre Dame (Pittsburgh, Pa.) ............................... L ........... 72-64 1986 3/12 ........ at SW Missouri State (Springfield, Mo.) .............. L ........... 59-52 1992 3/18 ........ at Penn State (University ( y Park, Pa.)) ................... W ........... 67-65 3/23 ........ Florida (Pittsburgh, Pa.) ........................................ L ........... 77-74 1997 3/12 ........ New Orleans (Pittsburgh, ( g Pa.)) ............................. W ........... 82-63 3/17 ........ at Arkansas (Fayetteville, Ark.) ............................ L ........... 76-71 2001 3/14 ........ St. Bonaventure ((Pittsburgh, g , Pa.)) ....................... W ........... 84-75 3/19 ........ Mississippi State (Pittsburgh, Pa.) ........................ L ........... 66-61 Pitt’s 2008 Big East Tournament championship team became Pitt’s fourth NCAA Tournament automatic qualifier after its title game victory over Georgetown.

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

NCAA TOURNAMENT RECORDS NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY

PITT’S ALL-TIME NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES

NCAA TOURNAMENT INFO „ Appearances: 23. „ Total Games: 47. „ Overall Record: 23-24. „ Overtime: 2-2. „ One-Point Games: 4 (3-1) „ Two-Point Games: 1 (0-1) „ Most Points ScoredPittsburgh: 108 (108-90 win vs. Eastern Michigan, 3/18/ 88). „ Most Points ScoredOpponent: 100 (100-72 loss vs. North Carolina State, 3/16/ 74). „ Largest Victory MarginPittsburgh: 26 (87-61 win vs. Wagner, 3/21/03). „ Largest Victory MarginOpponent: 28 (100-72 loss vs. North Carolina State, 3/16/74) „ Consecutive Wins: 3, 2009. „ Consecutive Losses: 4 (3/15/ 57-3/11/63). „ Last 10: 7-3. „ Last 20: 12-8.

Key: y How- Q,, automatic;; A-at-large; g ; W-L- record entered NCAA Tournament;; second W-L column- record in tournament; third W-L column, final record.

NCAA TOURNAMENT NOTES „ Pitt has received two No. 1 seeds upon entering the NCAA Tournament (2009 and 2011). „ The following are Pitt’s 23 NCAA Tournament appearances: 1941, 1957, 1958, 1963, 1974, 1981, 1982, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1993, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011. „ The farthest Pitt has ever advanced in the NCAA Tournament is the “Elite Eight” in both 1974 (32-team tournament) and 2009 (64team tournament). Pitt’s three wins in 2009 marked its most wins in a single NCAA Tournament. „ Pitt has made back-to-back consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances six times in school history. It appeared in back-to-back NCAA Tournaments in 1957 and 1958, 1981 and 1982, three straight tournaments in 198789 and a school record 10 consecutive from 2002-11. „ In 2002, Pitt advanced to the NCAA “Sweet Sixteen” for the first time in 28 years. „ In 2008, Pitt made its secondever NCAA Tournament berth as the Big East’s automatic qualifier. The Panthers captured their second-ever Big East Tournament championship with a 74-65 win against Georgetown. „ In 2009, Pitt earned its first NCAA Elite Eight appearance since 1974.

POINTS 34 ........ Billyy Knight g .................................... vs. 34 ........ John Riser ..................................... vs. 32 ........ Sam Youngg ................................... vs. 31 ........ Don Hennon .................................. vs. 31 ........ Charles Smith ............................... vs. 31 ........ Julius Pegues g ................................ vs. 30 ........ John Riser ..................................... vs. 28 ........ Don Hennon .................................. vs. 28 ........ Sam Youngg ................................... vs. 27 ........ Carl Krauser .................................. vs. 27 ........ DeJuan Blair ................................. vs. 26 ........ Ashton Gibbs ................................. vs. 26 ........ Don Hennon .................................. vs.

Year Y 1941 1957 1958 1963 1974 1981 1982 1985 1987 1988 1991 1993 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Conference ((seed)) How Independent p A ((Final Four-Madison,, Wisc.)) Independent p ((Cons. Game)) A Independent p A Independent p A Independent p A Eastern 8 (10) ( ) Q Eastern 8 (10) ( ) Q Bigg East (12) ( ) A Bigg East (3) ( ) A Bigg East (2) ( ) A Bigg East (6) ( ) A Bigg East (9) ( ) A Bigg East (3) ( ) A Bigg East (2) ( ) Q Bigg East ((3)) A Bigg East (9) ( ) A Bigg East ((5)) A Bigg East (3) ( ) A Bigg East (4) ( ) Q Bigg East ((1)) A Bigg East (3) ( ) A Big East (1) A

W-L 12 5 12-5

Pct. .706 706

W-L 11-11

W-L 13-6 13 6

15-9 18-6 19-5 22-3 18-11 20-9 17-11 24-7 23-6 20-11 17-10 27-5 26-4 29-4 20-8 24-7 27-7 26-9 28-4 24-8 27-5

.625 .750 .792 .880 .621 .690 .607 .774 .793 .645 .630 .844 .867 .879 .714 .774 .794 .743 875 .750 .844

1-2 0-1 0-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 2-1 2-1 2-1 0-1 1-1 2-1 1-1 3-1 1-1 1-1

16-11 18-7 19-6 24-4 19-12 20-10 17-12 25-8 24-7 21-12 17-11 29-6 28-5 31-5 20-9 25-8 29-8 27-10 31-5 25-9 28-6

TOP NCAA TOURNAMENT GAME PERFORMANCES Furman,, 3/14/74 Notre Dame,, 3/16/57 Oklahoma State,, 3/22/09 Morehead State,, 3/11/57 Eastern Michigan, g , 3/18/88 Miami,, Ohio,, 3/11/58 Kentucky, y, 3/15/57 Miami,, Ohio,, 3/11/58 Villanova,, 3/28/09 Pacific,, 3/17/05 E. Tennessee State,, 3/20/09 T UNC Asheville,, 3/17/11 Miami, Ohio, 3/11/58

REBOUNDS 20 ........ JJerome Lane ................................ vs. Vanderbilt,, 3/20/88 17 ........ DeJuan Blair ................................. vs. Xavier,, 3/26/09 17 ........ Jerome Lane ................................ vs. Eastern Michigan, g , 3/18/88 State,, 3/20/09 16 ........ DeJuan Blair ................................. vs. E. Tennessee T 16 ........ Chris Taft ....................................... vs. Central Florida,, 3/19/04 14 ........ Chevon Troutman ......................... vs. Wisconsin, 3/21/04 ASSISTS 11 ........ B Brandin Knight g .............................. vs. 10 ........ Darelle Porter ................................ vs. 9 .......... Levance Fields .............................. vs. 9 .......... Levance Fields .............................. vs. 9 .......... Carl Krauser .................................. vs. 9 .......... Sean Miller ................................... vs. 9 .......... Brandin Knight .............................. vs.

Marquette, q , 3/27/03 Eastern Michigan, g , 3/18/88 Oklahoma State,, 3/22/09 Wright g State,, 3/15/07 Kent State,, 3/17/06 Eastern Michigan, g , 3/18/88 Central Conn. State, 3/15/02

DOUBLE-DOUBLES IN NCAA TOURNAMENT PLAY A Bradd W B Wanamaker, k , 16 ppoints, i t , 100 rebounds b d vs. Xavier, X i , 3/21/10 DeJuan Blair,, 20 points, p , 10 rebounds vs. Villanova,, 3/28/09 DeJuan Blair,, 10 points, p , 17 rebounds vs. Xavier,, 3/26/09 DeJuan Blair,, 10 ppoints,, 12 rebounds vs. Oklahoma State,, 3/22/09 DeJuan Blair,, 27 points, p , 16 rebounds vs. E. Tenn. State,, 3/20/09 Sam Young, g, 14 points, p , 13 rebounds vs. E. Tenn. State,, 3/20/09 Aaron Gray, y, 17 points, p , 13 rebounds vs. Kent State,, 3/17/06 Chris Taft,, 13 points, p , 12 rebounds vs. Pacific,, 3/17/05 Brandin Knight, g , 16 points, p , 11 assists vs. Marquette, q , 3/27/03 Brian Shorter,, 23 points, p , 13 rebounds vs. Georgia, g , 3/14/91 Charles Smith,, 21 points, p , 10 rebounds vs. Vanderbilt,, 3/20/88 Jerome Lane,, 22 points, p , 17 rebounds vs. Eastern Michigan, g , 3/18/88 Charles Smith,, 31 points, p , 12 rebounds vs. Eastern Michigan, g , 3/18/88 Jerome Lane,, 14 points, p , 13 rebounds vs. Oklahoma,, 3/15/87 Jerome Lane,, 11 ppoints,, 12 rebounds vs. Marist,, 3/13/87 Sam Clancy, yy, 22 points, p , 13 rebounds vs. Idaho,, 3/13/81 Billyy Knight, g , 19 points, p , 10 rebounds vs. North Carolina State, 3/16/74 John Riser,, 34 ppoints,, 10 rebounds vs. Notre Dame,, 3/16/57 John Riser, 30 points, 13 rebounds vs. Kentucky, 3/15/57

TOTAL POSTSEASON (NCAA & NIT) Appearances: 31 „ Games: 61 „ Total Record: 29-32

CAREER LEADERS POINTS 177 SSam Youngg 136 Levance Fields 125 Carl Krauser 108 Gilbert Brown 108 Julius Page g 106 Charles Smith 103 Chevon Troutman 103 Don Hennon 89 Brandin Knight g 87 Jaron Brown 82 Ashton Gibbs

2006-09 2006-09 2003-06 2008-11 2002-04 1985-88 2002-05 1957-58 2002-03 2002-04 2009-11

REBOUNDS 72 DeJuan D J Blair 64 Chevon Troutman 57 Jerome Lane 46 Jaron Brown 41 Aaron Grayy 41 Carl Krauser 39 Charles Smith 39 Gilbert Brown

2008-09 2002-05 1987-88 2002-04 2004-07 2003-06 1985-88 2008-11

ASSISTS 55 LLevance Fields 43 Brandin Knight g 36 Sean Miller 31 Carl Krauser

2006-09 2002-03 1988-91 2003-06

RESULTS VS. OPPONENTS Opponent pp Ball State Bradleyy Butler California Central Conn. State Central Florida East Tennessee State g Eastern Michigan Furman g Georgia Idaho Indiana Kansas Kent State Kentuckyy Louisiana Tech Marist q Marquette Miami ((Ohio)) g State Michigan Morehead State New York Univ. North Carolina UNC Asheville North Carolina State Notre Dame Oakland Oklahoma Oklahoma State Oral Roberts Pacific pp Pepperdine p Saint Joseph’s UCLA Utah Vanderbilt Villanova VCU g Wagner Wisconsin g State Wright Xavier Totals

W 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 23

L 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 24

NCAA TOURNAMENT SEEDING Y Year 1981 1982 1985 1987 1988 1989 1991 1993 2002

Seed ....... 10 ....... 10 ....... 12 ......... 3 ......... 2 ......... 8 ......... 6 ......... 9 ......... 3

Y Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Seed ......... 2 ......... 3 ......... 9 ......... 5 ......... 3 ......... 4 ......... 1 ......... 3 ......... 1

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GAME RECORDS „ Minutes: 45, Sean Miller, vs. Vanderbilt, 3/20/88; Julius Page vs. Kent State, 3/21/02. „ Points: 34, Billy Knight vs. Furman, 3/14/74; John Riser vs. Notre Dame, 3/16/57. „ Rebounds: 20, Jerome Lane vs. Vanderbilt, 3/20/88. „ Assists: 11, Brandin Knight vs. Marquette, 3/27/03. „ Field Goals Made: 16, John Riser vs. Kentucky, 3/15/57. „ Field Goals Attempted: 33, Don Hennon vs. Miami, Ohio, 3/11/58. „ Field Goal Percentage (10+ FGM): .789 (10-13), Charles Smith vs. Oklahoma, 3/15/87. „ Field Goal Percentage (less than 10 FGM): 1.000, DeJuan Blair (9-9) vs. Villanova, 3/28/09; Aaron Gray (6-6) vs. Kent State, 3/17/06; Ronald Ramon (6-6) vs. Kent State, 3/17/06; Chevon Troutman (5-5) vs. Central Florida, 3/19/04. „ Free Throws Made: 16, John Riser, vs. Kentucky, 3/15/57. „ Free Throws Attempted: 17, John Riser vs. Kentucky, 3/15/57. „ Free Throw Percentage (less than 10 FTA): 1.000, Calvin Sheffield (88) vs. New York, 3/11/63. „ Free Throw Percentage (at least 10 FTA): .941, John Riser (16-17) vs. Kentucky, 3/15/57; .909, Billy Knight (10-11) vs. Furman, 3/14/74. „ Three-Point FG Made: 6, Ashton Gibbs vs. UNC Asheville, 3/17/11. „ Three-Point FG Attempted: 13, Ashton Gibbs vs. Xavier, 3/21/10. „ Three-Point FG Percentage (at least 4 3FGmade): .667, Ashton Gibbs (6-9) vs. UNC Asheville, 3/17/ 11; Ronald Ramon (4-6) vs. Wright State, 3/15/07; Tom Glover (4-6) vs. Georgia, 3/14/91; Julius Page (4-6) vs. Central Connecticut State, 3/15/ 02. „ Offensive Rebounds: 8, DeJuan Blair vs. Xavier, 3/26/09; Sam Clancy vs. Idaho, 3/13/81. „ Steals: 5, Sam Clancy vs. North Carolina, 3/15/81; Daryl Shepherd vs. Louisiana Tech, 3/14/85; Brandin Knight vs. Central Connecticut State, 3/15/02, vs. Indiana, 3/23/03; Jermaine Dixon vs. Oakland, 3/19/ 10. „ Turnovers: 7, Dwayne Wallace vs. North Carolina, 3/15/81. „ Blocked Shots: 5, Aaron Gray vs. Kent State, 3/17/06. FULL NCAA TOURNAMENT „ Games Played: 4, many players in 2009. „ Minutes: 154, Sam Young, 2009. „ Points: 93, Sam Young, 2009. „ Scoring Average: 26.0, Charles Smith, 1988. „ Rebounds: 55, DeJuan Blair, 2009. „ Rebound Average: 18.5, Jerome Lane, 1988. „ Assists: 26, Levance Fields, 2009. „ Assists Average: 7.33, Brandin Knight, 2003.

„ Field Goals Made: 33, Sam Young, 2009. „ Field Goals Attempted: 73, Don Hennon, 1957. „ Field Goal Percentage: .875, Levon Kendall (7-8), 2006. „ Free Throws Made: 17, Don Hennon, 1957. „ Free Throws Attempted: 19, Don Hennon, 1957; Brad Wanamaker, 2010. „ Free Throw Percentage: .938, Sam Young (15-16), 2009. „ Three Point Field Goals Made: 12, Levance Fields, 2009. „ Three Point Field Goals Attempted: 25, Sam Young, 2009. „ Three Point Field Goal Percentage: .700, Ashton Gibbs, 2011. „ Steals: 8, DeJuan Blair, 2009. „ Turnovers: 13, Sam Young, 2009. „ Blocked Shots: 7, Aaron Gray, 2007. „ Blocked Shot Average: 2.33, Aaron Gray, 2007. INDIVIDUAL-CAREER „ Games Played: 10, Gilbert Brown, 2008-11; Chevon Troutman, 200205. „ Games Started: 9, Julius Page, 2002-04; Jaron Brown, 2002-04. „ Minutes: 335, Julius Page, 200204. „ Points: 177, Sam Young, 2006-09. „ Scoring Average: 25.8, Don Hennon, 1957-58. „ Rebounds: 72, DeJuan Blair, 200609. „ Rebound Average: 14.3, Jerome Lane, 1987-88. „ Assists: 43, Brandin Knight, 200203. „ Field Goals Made: 63, Sam Young, 2006-09. „ Field Goals Attempted: 130, Sam Young, 2006-09. „ Field Goal Percentage: .586, Chevon Troutman (34-58), 2002-04. „ Free Throws Made: 36, Sam Young, 2006-09. „ Free Throws Attempted: 47, Sam Young, 2006-09. „ Free Throw Percentage: .875, Don Hennon (21-24), 1957-58. „ Three Point FG Made: 22, Levance Fields, 2006-09. „ Three Point FG Attempted: 38, Carl Krauser, 2003-06. „ Three Point FG Pct.: .417, Julius Page (15-36), 2002-03. „ Steals: 13, Brandin Knight, 200203. „ Turnovers: 27, Carl Krauser, 200306. „ Blocked Shots: 8, Charles Smith, 1985-88.

TEAM RECORDS GAME RECORDS „ Minutes: 225, Virginia Commonwealth, 3/17/07, Kent State, 3/21/02. „ Points: 108, vs. Eastern Michigan, 3/18/88. „ Least Points: 26 vs. North Carolina, 3/21/41.

„ Rebounds: 50 vs. UNC Asheville, 3/ 17/11; vs. Oral Roberts, 3/20/08. „ Assists: 29, vs. Eastern Michigan, 3/18/88. „ Field Goals Made: 38, vs. Pepperdine, 3/12/82; vs. Oklahoma, 3/15/87. „ Field Goals Attempted: 79, vs. Pepperdine, 3/12/82. „ Best Field Goal Percentage: .674, vs. Kent State (31-46), 3/17/06. „ Worst Field Goal Percentage: .327 vs. Michigan State (17-52), 3/22/08. „ Three Point FG Made: 11, vs. Oklahoma State, 3/22/09. „ Three Point FG Attempted: 28, vs. Oklahoma State, 3/22/09. „ Three-Point Percentage (at least 15 3FGA): .563, vs. Wagner (9-16), 3/21/03. „ Free Throws Made: 26, vs. Kentucky, 3/15/57. „ Free Throws Attempted: 36, vs. Oakland, 3/19/10. „ Free Throw Percentage: .947 (1819) vs. Michigan State, 3/22/08. „ Personal Fouls: 31, vs. N.C. State, 3/16/74. „ Disqualifications: 3, vs. Ball State, 3/16/89; vs. Kentucky, 3/15/57. „ Steals: 14, vs. Wagner, 3/21/03. „ Most Turnovers: 22, vs. Oklahoma, 3/15/87. „ Least Turnovers: 7, vs. Pepperdine, 3/12/82. „ Blocked Shots: 7, vs. Kent State, 3/17/06; vs. Louisiana Tech, 3/14/ 85. FULL NCAA TOURNAMENT „ Games: 4, 2009. „ Minutes: 800 in 2009. „ Points: 292 in 2009. „ Scoring Margin: 15.0 in 2003. „ Rebounds: 160 in 2009. „ Assists: 57 in 2009. „ Field Goals Made: 99 in 2009. „ Field Goals Attempted: 229 in 2009. „ Field Goal Percentage: .540 (87161) in 2003. „ Free Throws Made: 67 in 2009. „ Free Throws Attempted: 97 in 2009. „ Three Point FG Made: 27 in 2009. „ Three Point FG Attempted: 80 in 2009. „ Steals: 29 in 2003. „ Turnovers: 52 in 2009. „ Blocked Shots: 15 in 2007.

OPPONENT RECORDS INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS „ Minutes: 44, Andrew Mitchell, Kent State, 3/21/02. „ Points: 37, Barry Kramer, New York, 3/11/63. „ Rebounds: 16, Bob Williams, New York, 3/11/63. „ Assists: 11, Drafton Davis, Marist, 3/13/87. „ Field Goals Made: 13, Barry Kramer, New York, 3/11/63. „ Field Goals Attempted: 23, Courtney Pigrom, East Tennessee State, 3/20/09; Kramer, New York, 3/11/63.

„ Field Goal Percentage: .857, Antwaan Jamison (6-7), Kansas, 3/ 16/91. „ Free Throws Made: 12, Johnny Cox, Kentucky, 3/15/57. „ Free Throws Attempted: 16, Keith Benson, Oakland, 3/19/10. „ Free Throw Percentage: 1.000, Aaron Afflalo (10-10), UCLA, 3/22/ 07; Tommy Burleson (8-8), N.C. State, 3/16/74; Terry Brown, Kansas, 3/16/91. „ Three Point FG Made: 8, Brad Soucie, Eastern Michigan, 3/18/88; 7, Shelvin Mack, Butler, 3/19/11. „ Three Point FG Attempted: 14, Brad Soucie, Eastern Michigan, 3/ 18/88. „ Three Point FG Percentage: 1.000, Josh Grant, UCLA (3-3), 3/ 19/93. „ Offensive Rebounds: 7, Lawrence Wright, Bradley, 3/19/06; David Johnson, Oklahoma, 3/15/87. „ Steals: 5, Byron Eaton, Oklahoma State, 3/22/09; Phil Hapson, Idaho, 3/13/81; Andrew Mitchell, Kent State, 3/21/02. „ Turnovers: 7, Kreg Owens, Idaho, 3/13/81; Matt Doherty, North Carolina, 3/15/81. „ Blocked Shots: 5, Kenny Frease, Xavier, 3/26/09. TEAM GAME RECORDS „ Minutes: 225, Virginia Commonwealth, 3/17/07, Kent State, 3/21/02. „ Most Points: 100, North Carolina State, 3/16/74. „ Least Points: 20, North Carolina, 3/ 21/41. „ Rebounds: 60, North Carolina State, 3/16/74. „ Assists: 20, Pepperdine, 3/12/82. „ Field Goals Made: 37, North Carolina State, 3/16/74; 36, Pepperdine, 3/12/82; Oklahoma, 3/ 15/87. „ Field Goals Attempted: 82, Oklahoma, 3/15/87. „ Best Field Goal Percentage: .600, Pepperdine, 3/12/82. „ Worst Field Goal Percentage: .310, California, 3/17/02. „ Free Throws Made: 37, Morehead State, 3/11/57. „ Free Throws Attempted: 54, Morehead State, 3/11/57. „ Free Throw Percentage: 1.000, Oklahoma State (12-12), 3/22/09; .957, Villanova (22-23), 3/28/09; .885, UCLA (23-26), 3/22/07. „ Three Point FG Made: 12, Butler, 3/19/11; Oklahoma State, 3/22/09. „ Three Point FG Attempted: 28, Oklahoma State, 3/22/09. „ Three Point FG Percentage: .550, Utah (11-20), 3/19/93. „ Three Point FG Pct.(at least 15 3FGA): .550, Utah (11-20), 3/19/93. „ Personal Fouls: 26, Oklahoma, 3/ 15/87. „ Steals: 13, Oklahoma, 3/15/87. „ Most Turnovers: 25, Furman, 3/14/ 74. „ Least Turnovers: 6, Butler, 3/19/ 11; Vanderbilt, 3/20/88. „ Blocked Shots: 7, Xavier, 3/26/09.

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NCAA TOURNAMENT GAME HISTORY 1941 Pitt 26,, North Carolina 20 Madison,, Wisc. (3/21/41) ( ) Claire Malarkeyy scored a team-high g seven ppoints and Dr. H.C. Carlson’s Panthers rallied from a 12-8 halftime deficit. Wisconsin 36,, Pitt 30 Madison,, Wisc. (3/22/41) ( ) Captain p Eddie Straloski’s longg shots for 12 ppoints weren’t enough g to hold off the Badgers, g , who trailed 18-14 at halftime. Pitt opened p the season with a 36-34 victory against Wisconsin. 1957 Pitt 86,, Morehead State 85 Columbus,, Ohio (3/11/57) ( ) Milan Markovich made a layup y p and free throw with 31 seconds to pprovide the winningg ppoints for Bob Timmons’ Panthers. Don Hennon’s 31 points and John Riser’s 20 led Pittsburgh. Kentuckyy 98,, Pitt 92 Lexington, g , Ky. y (3/15/57) ( ) John Riser’s 30 points p and Don Hennon’s 24 weren’t enough g as the Panthers came upp short against g Adolph p Rupp’s pp No. 3 ranked Kentucky Wildcats in the Midwest Region. Notre Dame 86,, Pitt 85 Lexington, g , Ky. y (3/16/57) ( ) Pitt falls 86-85 in the consolation game. g Don Hennon hits seven-of-16 field goals for 20 points. 1958 Miami ((Ohio)) 82,, Pitt 77 Evansville,, Ind. (3/11/58) ( ) Julius Pegues g scored 31 ppoints and Don Hennon 28 in the Mideast Region. Miami’s Wayne Embry had 21 points.

consecutive ggame with a victoryy against g the Panthers in the West Region. g Pitt’s Darrell Gissendanner came off the bench for 20 points.

ggood as the Golden Flashes converted 6-6 free throws over the final minute. Page g and Knight finished with 18 points apiece for Pitt.

1985

2003

Louisiana Tech 78,, Pitt 54 Tulsa,, Okla. (3/14/85) ( ) With Charles Smith limping p g on an injured j left foot,, Pitt couldn’t stand upp against g the taller and stronger g Bulldogs g in the Midwest Region. g Future NBA star Karl Malone had nine points and 10 rebounds for the Bulldogs.

Pitt 87,, Wagner g 61 Boston,, Mass. ((3/21/03)) Pitt took control with an 11-point p first half lead and cruised to the win. Seven Panthers scored at least eight g points p led byy Donatas Zavackas’ 16 points and seven rebounds.

1987 Pitt 93,, Marist 68 Tucson,, Ariz. (3/13/87) ( ) Charles Smith and Demetreus Gore each contributed 22 points p in the West Region g victory against the Rik Smits-led Red Foxes. Oklahoma 96,, Pitt 93 Tucson,, Ariz. (3/15/87) ( ) Charles Smith and Rod Brookin each scored 23 ppoints and Jerome Lane added 14 points p and 13 rebounds in the loss to the Sooners,, who led byy as manyy as 16 points p in the first half and by 51-41 at halftime. 1988 Pitt 108,, E. Michigan g 90 Lincoln,, Neb. (3/18/88) ( ) The Panthers shot 63 ppercent from the floor and scored their most points p in an NCAA Tournament ggame as Charles Smith had 31,, Demetrius Gore,, a season-high g 24 ppoints and Jerome Lane finished with 22 points, 17 rebounds and eight assists.

1963

Vanderbilt 80,, Pitt 74 (OT) ( Lincoln,, Neb. (3/20/88) ( ) Barryy Goheen’s 3-pointer p in the final seconds of regulation g sent the contest into overtime as the Commodores went on to upset the second-seeded Panthers.

New York Univ. 93,, Pitt 83 Philadelphia, p , Pa. (3/11/58) ( ) The one-two ppunch of Barryy Kramer (37 ( ppoints)) and Happy ppy Hairston ((29)) led the Violets over the Panthers in the East Region. g Pitt’s Calvin Sheffield scored 20 ppoints followed by Ben Jinks’ 17 and Dave Roman’s 16.

Ball State 68,, Pitt 64 Indianapolis, p , Ind. ((3/10/89)) Coached byy Rick Majerus, j , Ball State raised its record to 29-2 before 37,242 , fans despite Jason Matthews’ 23 points.

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1991

Pitt 54,, St. Joseph’s p 42 Morgantown, g , W.Va. (3/9/74) ( ) Mickeyy Martin’s 12 points p and Billyy Knight’s g 11 carried the Panthers in the first round of the East Region.

Pitt 76,, Georgia g 68 (OT) ( ) Louisville,, Ky. y (3/14/91) ( ) Brian Shorter had 23 points p and 13 rebounds and Tim Glover came off the bench to score 12 points p to lead the Panthers past the Bulldogs.

Pitt 81,, Furman 78 Raleigh, g , N.C. (3/14/74) ( ) Billyy Knight g regained g his shootingg touch to score 34 ppoints and Kirk Bruce made 6-9 shots from the field and finished with 18 points in the East Region semifinals.

Kansas 77,, Pitt 66 Louisville,, Ky. y ((3/16/91)) Jason Matthews had 17 ppoints and Brian Shorter was held to six ppoints and three rebounds in the loss to the Jayhawks. y Pitt shot 38.2 ppercent from the floor and was outrebounded 37-27.

N.C. State 100,, Pitt 72 Raleigh, g , N.C. (3/16/74) ( ) Not even Pitt’s storied amoeba defense could slow down the No. 1 Wolfpack, p , which pplowed through g the Panthers despite p the loss of All- American David Thompson p to a head injury j y in a nastyy fall in the first half. The heavilyy favored Wolfpack p overpowered p Pitt with 7foot-4 Tom Burleson,, 5-7 Monte Towe and 68 Phil Spence. p North Carolina State went on to win the national championship. 1981

1989

1993 Utah 86,, Pitt 65 Nashville,, Tenn. (3/19/93) ( ) Chris McNeal had 15 ppoints,, Eric Mobleyy 14 points p and seven rebounds and Jerryy McCullough g seven points and seven assists in the loss. 2002

Pitt 70,, Idaho 69 ((OT)) El Paso,, Texas ((3/13/81)) Dwayne y Wallace’s leaningg 15-footer with three seconds left in overtime lifted Royy Chipman’s p Panthers ppast the Vandals in the West Region. g Sam Clancy’s y 22 points p and 13 rebounds and Wallace’s 20 points led Pitt.

Pitt 71,, Central Connecticut State 54 Pittsburgh, g , Pa. ((3/15/02)) Playing y g in front of the hometown Mellon Arena crowd,, the Panthers used a second half rallyy and a 42-22 reboundingg advantage g to advance to the round of 32. Brandin Knight g ((17 points) p ) and Julius Page (16 points) paced the Panthers.

North Carolina 74,, Pitt 57 El Paso,, Texas (3/15/81) ( ) Pitt stormed to an earlyy nine-point p lead but the Tar Heels roared back behind James Worthy’s y 21 points p and Sam Perkins’ 19 to win the West Region g semifinal. Pitt’s Carlton Neverson had 17 points and Clancy 16.

Pitt 63,, California 50 Pittsburgh, g , Pa. (3/17/02) ( ) Pitt advanced to the NCAA Regional g semifinals for the first time in 28 yyears as it used a 16-0 second half run. Julius Page g pprovided the spark p with 17 points including three 3-pointers.

1982

Kent State 78,, Pitt 73 ((OT) Lexington, g , Ky. y ((3/21/02)) Field goals g byy Julius Page g and Brandin Knight g sent the game g into overtime after Pitt trailed byy four ppoints with two minutes to ggo. Trevor Huffman’s layup gave KSU the lead for

Pepperdine ppp 99,, Pitt 88 Pullman,, Wash. ((3/12/82)) Orlando Phillips p was too much underneath with 27 points as the Waves won their 15th

Pitt 74,, Indiana 52 Boston,, Mass. (3/23/03) ( ) Pitt advanced to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen for the second consecutive year y as Jaron Brown scored a career-high g 20 points p and ppulled down eight g rebounds. Brandin Knight g ((17 points), p ), Julius Page g (13) ( ) and Chevon Troutman ((10) all contributed key performances. Marquette q 77,, Pitt 74 Minneapolis, p , Minn. (3/27/03) ( ) Marquette q ended Pitt’s 11-game g win streak as it built a lead and fended off a late Pitt rallyy for the win. Pitt battled back from an 11-point p deficit to within one point p (75-74) ( ) but it was not enough g as Marquette q converted two free throws. Dwyane y Wade scored 22 points p for Marquette q ((includingg 20 in the second half)) while Pitt was led byy Brandin Knight’s 16 points and 11 assists. 2004 Pitt 53,, Central Florida 44 Milwaukee,, Wis. (3/19/04) ( ) A closelyy contested contest featuringg two of the nation’s topp defensive teams saw Pitt go g on a 13-2 run over a seven minute second half span p to ggain control. Carl Krauser scored 20 ppoints ((9-10 FT),), Chevon Troutman 13 and Chris Taft registered 16 rebounds. Pitt 59,, Wisconsin 55 Milwaukee,, Wis. (3/21/04) ( ) Before a pro-Wisconsin crowd at the p Bradleyy Center,, No. 3 seeded Pitt won an emotional and hard fought g contest in a hostile environment. Carl Krauser led Pitt with 16 ppoints,, Julius Page g added 12 and Chevon Troutman grabbed 14 boards. Oklahoma State 63,, Pitt 51 East Rutherford,, N.J. (3/25/04) ( ) Pitt’s third straight g NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearance pp was cut short as No. 2 seeded Oklahoma State used a late second half rallyy to advance to the regional g final. Tonyy Allen scored 23 ppoints for OSU while Carl Krauser paced Pitt with 15. 2005 Pacific 79,, Pitt 71 Boise,, Idaho (3/17/05) ( ) Pacific took advantage g of Pitt’s slow start to take a 15-point p halftime lead. Carl Krauser rallied Pitt in the second half as he scored 25 of his ggame-high g 27 points, p , but the Panthers couldn’t overcome the deficit. It was Pitt’s first First Round loss in four years. 2006 Pitt 79,, Kent State 64 Auburn Hills,, Mich. (3/17/06) ( ) In a matchupp ot the 2002 NCAA Regional g ggame,, Pitt shot a school record 67.4 percent p ((31-46)) from the floor. Six Panthers reached double figures g led byy Aaron Gray’s y 17 points p and 13 rebounds and Ronald Ramon’s 16 points. Bradleyy 72,, Pitt 66 Auburn Hills,, Mich. (3/19/06) ( ) Patrick O’Bryant (28 y ( points), p ), Marcus Somerville (18 ( points) p ) and Lawrence Wright g ((14 ppoints)) ppaced No. 13 seed Bradley. y Led byy a career-high g 18 points p from Levance Fields,, Pitt could not overcome a 14-point second half deficit. 2007 Pitt 79,, Wright g State 58 Buffalo,, N.Y. (3/15/07) ( ) Pitt hit 10 3-pointers and led byy as manyy p as 25 points p in the second half to defeat the Raiders. Ronald Ramon scored 14 points on four 3-pointers. Pitt 84,, VCU 79 (OT) ( ) Buffalo,, N.Y. (3/17/07) ( ) After trailingg byy 19 ppoints,, VCU battled back to send the game into overtime. Levance Fields

sparked p Pitt in overtime, hitting a clutch 3pointer. UCLA 64,, Pitt 55 San Jose,, Calif. (3/22/07) ( ) UCLA converted 23-26 free throws and led to defeat Pitt. The matchupp the entire game g featured Jamie Dixon against former Pitt head coach Ben Howland. 2008 PItt 82,, Oral Roberts 63 Denver,, Colo. (3/20/08) ( ) Pitt went on an 18-0 run to take a 34-15 first half lead. With four 3-pointers, p , Levance Fields scored a season-high 23 points. Michigan g State 65,, Pitt 54 Denver,, Colo. (3/22/08) ( ) Michigan g State used a late second half run to register g the win. Drew Neitzel (21 ( points, p ,5 3FGM)) and Kalin Lucas (19 ( ppoints)) keyed y the Spartans. p Levance Fields scored 19 points to pace Pitt. 2009 PItt 72,, East Tennessee State 62 Dayton, y , Ohio (3/20/09) ( ) No. 1 seed Pitt took a 12-point lead with p 1:16 to go g to secure the win. DeJuan Blair (27 ( ppts./16 reb.)) and Sam Youngg ((14 ppts./13 reb.) both tallied double-doubles in the game. Pitt 84,, Oklahoma State 76 Dayton, y , Ohio (3/20/09) ( ) Both teams combined for 18 3-pointers p and 98 first half points, p , but Pitt finallyy pulled p awayy in the end. Sam Young’s g 32-point p pperformance led the Panthers as theyy advanced to NCAA Sweet Sixteen play for the fifth time in eight years. Pitt 60,, Xavier 55 Boston,, Mass. (3/26/09) ( ) Levance Fields hit a go-ahead 3-pointer g p with 53 seconds left,, then converted a steal into a layup y p to give g Pitt the win. Pitt advanced to its first NCAA Regional Final since 197374. Villanova 78,, Pitt 76 Boston,, Mass. (3/26/09) ( ) In one of the most excitingg NCAA Tournament games g of all-time,, Scottie Reynolds y drove through g the Pitt defense and converted a layup y p at the buzzer to give g Villanova a 78-76 win. Sam Youngg finished with 28 points p and DeJuan Blair added 20 points and 10 rebounds. 2010 Pitt 89,, Oakland 66 Milwaukee,, Wis. (3/19/10) ( ) Six Pitt players as p y reached double figures g to secure Pitt used a 19-2 run earlyy in the game g its eighth g NCAA Tournament First Round win in the last nine years. Xavier 71,, Pitt 68 Milwaukee,, Wis. (3/21/10) ( ) Xavier used a 16-0 first half run to take control. Pitt battled back,, cuttingg the deficit to one point p (50-49), ( ), and had a chance to tie at the end but missed two 3-point p attempts. p XU’s Jordan Crawford finished with 27 ppoints. Ashton Gibbs ((19 ppts)) and Brad Wanamaker (16 pts/10 reb.) led Pitt. 2011 Pitt 74,, UNC Asheville 51 Washington, g , D.C. (3/17/11) ( ) Ashton Gibbs converted a Pitt NCAA Tournament ggame record six 3-pointers p and finished with 26 ppoints in leadingg No. 1 seed Pitt to a Second Round victory. y The Panthers used a key 7-0 second half run to secure the win. Butler 71,, Pitt 70 Washington, g , D.C. (3/19/10) ( ) Butler’s Matt Howard converted a ggo-ahead free throw after he was fouled with 0.8 seconds left. Pitt had a chance to win with 1.4 seconds to go g but converted 1-2 free throws. Gilbert Brown led the wayy for Pitt with 24 ppoints while Butler’s Shelvin Mack scored a game-high 30 points.

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Appearances: pp 29. Total Games: 52. Overall Record: 25-27. Championship p p Game 7 ((2001, 2002, Appearances: pp 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008). ) Titles: 2 ((2003,, 2008).) Consecutive Title Game Appearances: pp 4 (2001-04). Overtime: 2-3. One-Point Games: 2-2. Two-Point Games: 0-1. Most Points Scored-Pitt: 96 ((96-88 win vs. Seton Hall, 3/6/ 87). ) Most Points ScoredOpponent: pp 99 ((99-85 loss vs. Syracuse, y 3/7/87).) Largest g Victoryy Margin-Pitt: g 18 two times ((74-56 win vs. Connecticut,, 3/15/03;; 88-70 win vs. Boston College, 3/8/ 90). ) Largest g Victoryy Marging Opponent: pp 23 ((65-42 loss vs. Georgetown), g ), 3/10/07,, (85-62 ( loss vs. Georgetown), 3/11/ 89). ) Largest g Halftime Lead: 23 ((39-16 vs. Louisville,, 3/8/06). Largest g Halftime LeadOpponent: pp 15 (32-17 ( vs. Georgetown), g ), 3/10/07,, ((44-29 vs. Georgetown), g )), 3/11/89. Consecutive Wins: 5 (3/13-3/ 12/04). ) Consecutive Losses: 5 ((1990-94).) Last 10: 6-4. Last 20: 13-7.

CHAMPIONSHIP NOTES „ Since jjoiningg the Bigg East Conference, Pitt has captured p two Bigg East Tournament titles in 2003 and 2008. „ Pitt has advanced to the Bigg East Championship p p Game seven times in school historyy 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007 and 2008. „ Pitt has advanced to the Bigg East Championship p p Game in seven of the last 10 seasons (2001, ( 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008). „ Since Pitt joined j the Bigg East Conference in 1982-83, it has in each of made an appearance pp the 29 Big East Championships. DID YOU KNOW? With its four consecutive Big East Championship title game appearances from 2001-04, Pittsburgh became one of just two programs to advance to four consecutive title games in league history. The two programs are Syracuse, which advanced to the title game five straight years (1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 and 1990) and Pittsburgh (2001, 2002, 2003, 2004).

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS Date Opponent ppp W/L Score 3/10/83 ............. St. John’s ..................................... L ............... 91-73 3/8/84 ............... Villanova ........................................ L ............... 75-65 3/7/85 ............... Villanova ........................................ L ............... 69-61 3/5/86 ............... Georgetown g .................................. L ............... 57-56 3/6/87 ............... Seton Hall .................................... W ............... 96-88 3/7/87 ............... Syracuse y ....................................... L ............... 99-85 3/11/88 ............. Connecticut ................................. W ............... 75-58 3/12/88 ............. Villanova ........................................ L ............... 72-69 3/10/89 ............. Villanova ....................................... W ............... 71-66 3/11/89 ............. Georgetown g .................................. L ............... 85-62 3/8/90 ............... Boston College ............................. W ............... 88-70 3/9/90 ............... Syracuse y ....................................... L ............... 58-55 3/8/91 ............... Seton Hall ..................................... L ............... 70-69 3/12/92 ............. Miami ............................................ L ............... 83-71 3/12/93 ............. Syracuse y ....................................... L ............... 55-50 3/10/94 ............. St. John’s ..................................... L ............... 80-72 3/9/95 ............... St. John’s .................................... W ............... 74-71 3/10/95 ............. Connecticut .................................. L ............... 81-78 3/6/96 ............... Boston College .............................. L ............... 70-66 3/5/97 ............... Connecticut ................................. W ............... 63-62 3/6/97 ............... Boston College .............................. L ............... 76-68 3/4/98 ............... Villanova ........................................ L ............... 96-93 3/3/99 ............... Rutgers ......................................... L ............... 64-51 3/8/00 ............... Villanova ........................................ L ............... 65-55 3/7/01 ............... Miami ........................................... W ............... 78-69 3/8/01 ............... Notre Dame ................................. W ............... 66-54 3/9/01 ............... Syracuse y ...................................... W ............... 55-54 3/10/01 ............. *Boston College g ............................ L ............... 79-57 3/7/02 ............... Boston College ............................. W ............... 76-62 3/8/02 ............... Miami ........................................... W ............... 76-71 3/9/02 ............... *Connecticut ................................. L ............... 74-65 3/13/03 ............. Providence ................................... W ............... 67-59 3/14/03 ............. Boston College g ............................. W ............... 61-48 3/15/03 ............. *Connecticut ................................ W ............... 74-56 3/11/04 ............. Virginia g Tech ................................ W ............... 74-61 3/12/04 ............. Boston College g ............................. W ............... 62-53 3/13/04 ............. *Connecticut ................................. L ............... 61-58 3/10/05 ............. Villanova ........................................ L ............... 67-58 3/8/06 ............... Louisville ...................................... W ............... 61-56 3/9/06 ............... West Virgnia ................................. W ............... 68-57 3/10/06 ............. Villanova ....................................... W ............... 68-54 3/11/06 ............. *Syracuse ..................................... L ............... 65-61 3/8/07 ............... Marquette .................................... W ............... 89-79 3/9/07 ............... Louisville ...................................... W ............... 65-59 3/10/07 ............. *Georgetown g ................................. L ............... 65-42 3/12/08 ............. Cincinnati ..................................... W ............... 70-64 3/13/08 ............. Louisville ...................................... W ............... 76-69 3/14/08 ............. Marquette q .................................... W ............... 68-61 3/15/08 ............. *Georgetown ................................ W ............... 74-65 3/12/09 ............. West Virginia ................................. L ............... 74-60 3/11/10 ............. Notre Dame .................................. L ............... 50-45 3/10/11 ............. Connecticut .................................. L ............... 76-74 *Championship Final

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YEARLY SEEDINGS Year Y 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Seed W-L .................... ... ................. 6 ................ 0-1 01 .................... 6 ................ 0-1 .................... 5 ................ 0-1 .................... 6 ................ 0-1 .................... 2 ................ 1-1 .................... 1 ................ 1-1 .................... 4 ................ 1-1 .................... 8 ................ 1-1 .................... 5 ................ 0-1 .................... 7 ................ 0-1 .................... 6 ................ 0-1 .................... 8 ................ 0-1 .................... 9 ................ 1-1 .................. 12 ................ 0-1 .................... 6 ................ 1-1 .................. 10 ................ 0-1 .................. 11 ................ 0-1 .................. 11 ................ 0-1 .......... 5-West ................ 3-1 .......... 1-West ................ 2-1 .......... 2-West ................ 3-0 .................... 1 ................ 2-1 .................... 5 ................ 0-1 .................... 6 ................ 3-1 .................... 3 ................ 2-1 .................... 7 ................ 4-0 .................... 2 ................ 0-1 .................... 2 ................ 0-1 .................... 1 ................ 0-1

RECORD BY ROUND (2OT)

Round W-L Pct. First Round ................ 6-7 ..... .462 Quarterfinal ........... 10-12 ..... .454 Semifinal ................... 7-3 ..... .700 Final ........................... 2-5 ..... .286 Total ...................... 25-27 ..... .481

RESULTS VS. OPPONENTS

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TOP BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP GAME PERFORMANCES

Opponent pp W-L Pct. Boston College g .......... 4-3 ..... .571 Cincinnati ....... ........... 1-0 ... 1.000 .................. Connecticut .............. 3-4 ..... .429 Georgetown g .............. 1-3 ..... .250 Louisville .................... 3-0 ... 1.000 Marquette q ................. 2-0 ... 1.000 Miami ........................ 2-1 ..... .667 Notre Dame .............. 1-1 ..... .500 Providence ................ 1-0 ... 1.000 Rutgers g ...................... 0-1 ..... .000 .................. St. John’s ....... ........... 1-2 ..... .333 Seton Hall ................. 1-1 ..... .500 Syracuse y ................... 1-4 ..... .200 Villanova .................... 2-6 ..... .250 Virginia g Tech .............. 1-0 ... 1.000 West Virginia ............. 1-1 ... 1.000 Totals .................... 25-27 ..... .481

POINTS 37 ........ Vonteego g Cummings .................... Villanova,, 3/4/98 32 ........ Jason Matthews ........................... Boston College, g , 3/8/90 28 ........ Jason Maile .................................. St. John’s,, 3/9/95 27 ........ Ashton Gibbs ................................. Connecticut,, 3/10/11 27 ........ Ricardo Greer ................................ Miami,, 3/7/01 24 ........ Sean Miller ................................... Miami,, 3/12/92 23 ........ Ricardo Greer ................................ Villanova,, 3/4/98 23 ........ Jason Maile .................................. Boston College, g , 3/6/96 23 ........ Jerome Lane ................................ Seton Hall,, 3/6/87 23 ........ Clyde y Vaughan g .............................. St. John’s,, 3/10/83 23 ........ Clyde y Vaughan g .............................. Villanova,, 3/8/84 23 ........ Antonio Graves .............................. Louisville, 3/9/07

POINTS 157 Sam Youngg 138 Donatas Zavackas 136 Brandin Knight g 134 Carl Krauser 125 Ricardo Greer 123 Jaron Brown

2006-09 2000-03 2000-03 2003-06 1998-01 2000-04

REBOUNDS 16 ........ Eric Mobleyy ................................... St. John’s,, 3/10/94 16 ........ Jaime Peterson ............................ Connecticut,, 3/10/95 15 ........ Aaron Grayy .................................... West Virginia, g , 3/9/06 14 ........ Ricardo Greer ............................... Rutgers, g , 3/3/99 14 ........ Jerome Lane ................................ Seton Hall, 3/6/87

REBOUNDS 71 Jaron Brown 70 Isaac Hawkins 65 Sam Youngg 63 Ricardo Greer 62 Aaron Gray

2000-04 1997-01 2006-08 1998-01 2004-07

ASSISTS 14 ........ Brandin Knight g .............................. Miami,, 3/8/02 11 ........ Darelle Porter ................................ Boston College, g , 3/8/90 11 ........ Brandin Knight .............................. Notre Dame, 3/8/01

ASSISTS 75 Brandin Knight g 50 Levance Fields 43 Darelle Porter

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CAREER LEADERS

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP RECORDS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS GAME RECORDS „ Minutes: 50, Isaac Hawkins vs. Villanova, 3/4/98; Vonteego Cummings vs. Villanova, 3/4/98. „ Points: 37, Vonteego Cummings vs. Villanova, 3/4/98. „ Rebounds: 16, Eric Mobley vs. St. John’s, 3/10/94; Jaime Peterson vs. Connecticut, 3/10/95. „ Assists: 14, Brandin Knight vs. Miami, 3/8/02. „ Field Goals Made: 13, Vonteego Cummings vs. Villanova, 3/4/98. „ Field Goal Attempts: 26, Vonteego Cummings vs. Villanova, 3/4/98. „ Field Goal Percentage (10+ FGM): .769, Ashton Gibbs (10-13), vs. Connecticut, 3/10/11; .636, Ontario Lett (7-11), vs. Connecticut, 3/9/02. „ Field Goal Percentage (less than 10 FGM): 1.000, Keith Armstrong (7-7) vs. Villanova, 3/8/84. „ Free Throws Made: 11, Charles Smith vs. Seton Hall, 3/6/87. „ Free Throws Attempted: 13, Levance Fields vs. Georgetown, 3/ 15/08; Brandin Knight vs. Miami, 3/ 7/01; Charles Smith vs. Seton Hall, 3/6/87. „ Free Throw Percentage: 1.000, Brian Shorter (8-8) vs. Villanova, 3/ 10/89; .889, Jason Matthews (8-9) vs. Boston College, 3/8/90. „ Free Throw Percentage (at least 10 FTA): .818, Jason Matthews (911) vs. Seton Hall, 3/8/91. „ Three-Point FG Made: 6, Ashton Gibbs vs. Connecticut, 3/10/11; Jason Matthews vs. Boston College, 3/8/90. „ Three-Point FG Attempted: 13, Sean Miller vs. Miami, 3/12/92. „ Three-Point FG Percentage: .857, Ashton Gibbs (6-7) vs. Connecticut, 3/10/11. „ Offensive Rebounds: 8, Ricardo Greer vs. Villanova, 3/4/98. „ Steals: 7, Jaron Brown vs. Connecticut, 3/13/04. „ Turnovers: 7, Ricardo Greer vs. Boston College, 3/10/01; Joey David vs. Villanova, 3/7/85; Brandin Knight vs. Boston College, 3/7/02; Darelle Porter vs. Georgetown, 3/11/89. „ Blocked Shots: 7, Charles Smith vs. Connecticut, 3/11/88. TOURNAMENT RECORDS „ Games Played: 4, many players in 2001, 2006 and 2008. „ Minutes: 156, Ricardo Greer, 2001. „ Points: 80, Sam Young, 2008. „ Scoring Average: 20.0, Sam Young, 2008. „ Rebounds: 47, Aaron Gray, 2006. „ Rebound Average: 11.8, Aaron Gray, 2006. „ Assists: 29, Brandin Knight, 2001. „ Assists Average: 10.5, Darelle Porter, 1990. „ Field Goals Made: 31, Sam Young, 2008.

„ Field Goal Attempts: 63, Sam Young, 2008. „ Field Goal Percentage: .727, Ontario Lett (16-22), 2002. „ Free Throws Made: 23, Sam Young, 2008. „ Free Throws Attempted: 38, Levance Fields, 2008. „ Free Throw Percentage: .929, Donatas Zavackas (13-14), 2002, 2003. „ Three-Point FG Made: 11, Ronald Ramon, 2008; Donatas Zavackas, 2001. „ Three-Point FG Attempted: 23, Ronald Ramon, 2008. „ Three-Point FG Percentage: .611, Donatas Zavackas (11-18), 2001. „ Steals: 12, Jaron Brown, 2004. „ Turnovers: 13, DeJuan Blair, 2008; Sam Young, 2006; Ricardo Greer, 2001. „ Blocked Shots: 10, Sam Young, 2008; Charles Smith, 1988. „ Blocked Shots Average: 5.0, Charles Smith, 1988. CAREER RECORDS „ Games Played: 13, Jaron Brown, 2000-04; Julius Page, 2000-04. „ Games Started: 13, Jaron Brown, 2000-04; Julius Page, 2000-04. „ Minutes: 388, Brandin Knight, 2000-03. „ Points: 142, Sam Young, 2006-08. „ Rebounds: 70, Isaac Hawkins, 1997-01. „ Assists: 75, Brandin Knight, 200003. „ Field Goals Made: 56, Sam Young, 2006-08. „ Field Goal Attempts: 114, Sam Young, 2006-08. „ Field Goal Percentage: .634, Ontario Lett (26-41), 2002-03. „ Free Throws Made: 39, Carl Krauser, 2003-06. „ Free Throws Attempted: 49, Levance Fields, 2006-08. „ Free Throw Percentage: .863, Donatas Zavackas (38-44), 200003. „ Three-Point FG Made: 24, Donatas Zavackas, 2000-03. „ Three-Point FG Attempted: 62, Brandin Knight, 2000-03. „ Three-Point FG Percentage: .667, Ashton Gibbs (6-9), 2009-11; .514, Jason Maile (18-35), 1993-97. „ Steals: 28, Brandin Knight, 200003. „ Turnovers: 35, Brandin Knight, 2000-03. „ Blocked Shots: 20, Charles Smith, 1985-88.

TEAM RECORDS GAME RECORDS „ Minutes: 250, Villanova, 3/4/98; Connecticut, 3/9/02. „ Points: 96, Seton Hall, 3/6/87. „ Least Points: 42, Georgetown, 3/ 10/07.

„ Rebounds: 50, Villanova, 3/4/98. „ Assists: 22, Villanova, 3/4/98. „ Field Goals Made: 35, Syracuse, 3/ 7/87; Villanova, 3/4/98. „ Field Goal Attempts: 78, Syracuse, 3/7/87; Villanova, 3/4/98. „ Best Field Goal Percentage: .703 (19-27), Georgetown, 3/11/89. „ Worst Field Goal Percentage: .262 (16-61), Georgetown, 3/10/07. „ Three-Point FG Made: 12, Villanova, 3/4/98. „ Three-Point FG Attempted: 26, St. John’s, 3/9/95. „ Three-Point FG Percentage (at least 15 3FGA): .556, Boston College (10-18), 3/8/90. „ Free Throws Made: 33, Seton Hall, 3/6/87. „ Free Throws Attempted: 44, Seton Hall, 3/6/87. „ Free Throw Percentage: .897 (2629), Seton Hall, 3/8/91. „ Personal Fouls: 31, Villanova, 3/8/ 84. „ Disqualifications: 4, Villanova, 3/8/ 84. „ Steals: 14, Seton Hall, 3/6/87. „ Most Turnovers: 22, Villanova, 3/8/ 84. „ Least Turnovers: 9, St. John’s 3/ 10/83. „ Blocked Shots: 8, Connecticut, 3/ 11/88; Connecticut, 3/9/02. TOURNAMENT RECORDS „ Total Games: 4 in 2001, 2006 and 2008. „ Minutes: 825 in 2001 and 2008. „ Points: 288 in 2008. „ Scoring Margin: 13.0 in 2003. „ Rebounds: 166 in 2006. „ Assists: 56 in 2008. „ Field Goals Made: 95 in 2008. „ Field Goal Attempts: 223 in 2006. „ Field Goal Percentage: .468 (80171) in 2002. „ Free Throws Made: 78 in 2008. „ Free Throws Attempted: 133 in 2008. „ Three-Point FG Made: 23 in 2006. „ Three-Point FG Attempted: 71 in 2006. „ Steals: 33 in 2001. „ Turnovers: 63 in 2001. „ Blocked Shots: 18 in 2008.

OPPONENT RECORDS INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS „ Minutes: 50, Caron Butler, Connecticut, 3/9/02. „ Points: 35, Sherman Douglas, Syracuse, 3/7/87. „ Rebounds: 18, Rafal Bigus, Villanova, 3/4/98. „ Assists: 11, Sherman Douglas, Syracuse, 3/7/87. „ Field Goals Made: 12, Elton Tyler, Miami, 3/8/02. „ Field Goal Attempts: 25, Randy Foye, Villanova, 3/10/06. „ Field Goal Percentage: .875, Zendon Hamilton (7-8), St. John’s, 3/9/95.

„ Field Goal Percentage (at least 10 FGA): .785, Jerome Scott (11-14), Miami, 3/12/92. „ Free Throws Made: 16, Sherman Douglas, Syracuse, 3/7/87. „ Free Throws Attempted: 21, Sherman Douglas, Syracuse, 3/7/ 87. „ Free Throw Percentage: 1.000, Uka Agbai (13-13), Boston College, 3/7/02. „ Three-Point FG Made: 5, Greg Monroe, Syracuse, 3/7/87; Howard Brown, Villanova, 3/4/98; Martin Ingelsby, Notre Dame, 3/8/01. „ Three-Point FG Attempted: 14, Randy Foye, Villanova, 3/10/06. „ Three-Point FG Percentage: 1.000, Greg Monroe (5-5), Syracuse, 3/7/87; Jerome Scott (44), Miami, 3/12/92. „ Offensive Rebounds: 11, Rafal Bigus, Villanova, 3/4/98. „ Steals: 7, Dwayne McClain, Villanova, 3/8/84. „ Turnovers: 6, Martin Sally, Seton Hall, 3/6/87. „ Blocked Shots: 4, Tom Greis, Villanova, 3/12/88. TEAM GAME RECORDS „ Minutes: 250, Villanova, 3/4/98; vs. Connecticut, 3/9/02. „ Most Points: 99, Syracuse, 3/7/87. „ Least Points: 54, Notre Dame, 3/8/ 01. „ Rebounds: 50, Villanova, 3/4/98. „ Assists: 21, Villanova, 3/4/98. „ Field Goals Made: 37, Villanova, 3/ 4/98. „ Field Goal Attempts: 89, Villanova, 3/4/98. „ Best Field Goal Percentage: .648 (35-54), Syracuse, 3/7/87. „ Worst Field Goal Percentage: .286 (14-49), Boston College, 3/14/03. „ Free Throws Made: 29, Villanova, 3/8/84. „ Free Throws Attempted: 40, Boston College, 3/6/97; Villanova, 3/ 8/84. „ Free Throw Percentage: .938 (1516), Syracuse, 3/6/87. „ Three-Point FG Made: 13, Villanova, 3/4/98. „ Three-Point FG Attempted: 33, West Virginia, 3/9/06; Villanova, 3/4/ 98. „ Three-Point FG Percentage: 1.000, Syracuse (6-6), 3/7/87. „ Three-Point FG Percentage (at least 15 3FGA): .467, Boston College (7-15), 3/10/01. „ Personal Fouls: 33, Seton Hall, 3/ 6/87. „ Steals: 16, Boston College, 3/10/ 01. „ Most Turnovers: 24, Seton Hall, 3/ 6/87. „ Least Turnovers: 9, Connecticut, 3/11/88. „ Blocked Shots: 7, Seton Hall, 3/8/ 91; Connecticut, 3/15/03.

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PITT IN THE NATIONAL POLLS The Associated Press ppoll began g in 1948-49. The AP poll p is voted upon p by a group g p of writers nationwide. The United Press International ppoll began g in 1950-51 season and was chosen byy coaches nationwide. The UPI poll p was replaced p byy the ESPN/USA Today poll in 1992-93.

PITT IN THE PRESEASON POLLS 1986-87: 16-AP, 9-UPI, 7-USA Today/CNN y 1987-88: 4-AP, 5-UPI, 3-USA Today/CNN y 1989-90: 18-AP 2002-03: 5-AP,, 4-USATodayy 2003-04: 22-AP,, 22-USA Todayy 2004-05: 17-AP,, 17-USA Today 2006-07: 4-AP,, 5-USA Todayy 2007-08: 22-AP,, 20-USA Today 2008-09: 5-AP;; 6-USA Todayy 2010-11: 5-AP; 4-USA Today

NATIONAL AP RANKING UPON ENTERING NCAA TOURNEY Year Y AP 1974 .......... 13 1987 .......... 12 1988 ............ 8 2002 ............ 9 2003 ............ 4 2004 ............ 9

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Year Y AP 2005 .......... 22 2006 .......... 16 2007 .......... 13 2008 .......... 17 2009 ............ 4 2010 .......... 18 2011 ............ 3

PITT IN THE FINAL POLLS 1973-74: 16-AP,, 14-UPI 1986-87: 12-AP, 12-UPI, 18USATodayy 1987-88: 8-AP, 7-UPI, 13USATodayy 2001-02: 9-AP,, 9-USA Todayy 2002-03: 4-AP,, 8-USA Todayy 2003-04: 9-AP;; 7-USA Todayy 2005-06: 16-AP;; 16-USA Todayy 2006-07: 12-AP;; 10-USA Todayy 2007-08: 17-AP;; 18-USA Today 2008-09: 4-AP;; 6-USA Todayy 2009-10: 18-AP;; 20-USA Today 2010-11: 3-AP: 12-USA Today

HIGHEST NATIONAL RANKINGS No. 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Poll,, Date AP-Jan. 5,, 2009 y ESPN/USA Today-Jan. 5, 2009 AP-Jan. 12,, 2009 ESPN/USA Today-Jan. y 12, 2009 AP-Feb. 23,, 2009 ESPN/USA Today-Feb. y 23.2009 AP-Jan. 24,, 2011 ESPN/USA Today-Jan. y 24, 2011 AP-March 9,, 2009 ESPN/USA Today-Mar. y 9, 2009 AP-Dec. 11,, 2006 ESPN/USA Today-Dec. y 11, 2006 AP-Nov. 27,, 2006 AP-Dec. 4,, 2006 ESPN/USA Today-Dec. y 4, 2006 AP-Dec. 7,, 1987 AP-Jan. 4,, 1988 AP-Jan. 28,, 2003 ESPN/USA Today-Jan. y 28, 2003 AP-Jan. 19,, 2003 ESPN/USA Today-Jan. y 19, 2003 AP-Dec. 22,, 2002 ESPN/USA Today-Dec. y 29, 2002 AP-Dec. 29, 2002

1958-59 AP UPI 18 -1973-74 Dat Date AP UPI PI J14 17 13 J21 16 12 J28 J2 13 100 F4 10 9 F11 7 8 F18 7 8 F25 11 11 14 M4 17 M11 13 14 M18 15 NP M27-Final 16 14 1986-87 Date D16

USAT/ SAT/ D Date AP UPI PI CNN N P 16 9 7 Preseason D1 12 11 9 D8 17 17 --D15 14 13 14 14 -D22 17 17 -D29 15 14 J5 14 18 18 20 J12 16 17 -J19 J2 17 19 -J26 F2 13 16 -F9 10 13 -F16 8 8 -F23 9 9 -10 -M2 11 -M9-Final 12 12 1987-88 USAT/ SAT/ D Date AP P UPI PI CNN N Preseason Prese 4 5 3 N30 4 4 -D7 2 5 -3 3 -D14 D21 3 3 -D28 -D2 3 4 J4 2 2 -J11 6 7 9 J18 6 6 -J25 11 11 -F1 9 9 -F8 5 7 -F15 8 8 -F22 6 6 6 F29 7 7 -M7 5 5 -M14-Final 8 7 -1989-90 USA S D Date AP UPI PI Today Today Prese Preseason 18 18 -N27 N2 18 NR -D4 22 NR -1990-91 USA S D Date AP UPI PI TToday dayy Prese Preseason 12 15 NR N26 13 14 NR D3 11 13 NR D10 15 13 13 D17 14 16 14 D24 11 11 11 D31 11 14 16 J7 17 16 16 J14 16 14 16 J21 17 16 17 J28 19 17 25 F4 24 NR 25 F11 22 NR 23 F18 22 NR 22 F25 22 NR 22 M4 NR NR NR 1991-92 USA S Date AP UPI PI TToday dayy N25 24 21 NR D1 NR 24 NR 1992-93 USA D Date AP UPI CNN NN Preseason Prese Pr NR NR NR J4 24 NR NR J11 NR NR NR J18 20 NR 23 J25 13 NR 18 F1 15 -17 F8 17 17 -F15 17 15 -F22 25 21 --

1998-99 Date Da D1 D8 D15 D22 D29

AP 20 20 22 24 23 2001-02

Da Date J7 J14 J21 J28 F4 F11 F18 F25 M3 M10 Final

AP 23 NR NR 21 NR 14 11 10 7 9 9 2002-03

D Date AP P PPres Preseason 5 N17 5 N26 5 D3 5 D9 4 D15 4 D22 2 D29 2 J6 6 J12 3 J19 2 J28 2 F2 4 F10 7 F17 9 F23 8 M3 7 M10 5 4 M17 Final NP 2003-04 D Date AP Prese Preseason 22 N24 22 D1 22 D8 20 D15 18 16 D22 D29 15 J5 15 J12 133 J19 8 J26 7 F2 4 F9 4 5 F16 F23 3 M1 6 M8 6 M15-Final M15 Final 9 NP A6-Final 2004-05 D Date Prese Preseason N16 N22 N29 D6 D13 D20 D27 J3 J10 J17 J24 J31 F7 F14 F21 F28 M7 Final

AP 17 17 16 13 11 10 10 10 16 20 21 20 16 18 17 18 24 22 ARV

PITT IN THE NATIONAL RANKINGS USA S TToday ayy 21 18 19 22 23 USA S TToday ayy 25 NR 25 21 21 16 100 8 7 7 9 USA S TTodayy 4 NP 5 4 3 3 2 2 5 3 2 2 4 7 9 8 7 5 4 8 S USA TToday ayy 22 22 22 23 20 17 16 15 155 9 6 4 4 4 3 6 6 8 7 USA S TToday ayy 17 NP 15 14 12 10 7 7 12 18 17 18 15 15 15 17 24 23 ARV

2005-06 D Date P Preseason N15 N21 N28 D5 D12 D19 D26 J2 J9 J16

AP NR NR NR NR ARV ARV NR NR 22 122 9

USA S TToday dayy NR NR NR NR ARV ARV 25 23 20 11 9

„ First appearance pp in the national rankings: No. 18 ((Dec. 16,, 1958).) „ Years that Pittsburgh g has been nationallyy ranked at least one time: 18 ((1958-59,, 1973-74, 1986-87,, 1987-88,, 1989-90,, 1991-92,, 1992-93,, 1998-99,, 2001-02,, 2002-03,, 2003-04,, 2004-05,, 2005-06,, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11).) „ First appearance p pp in the AP top-10: No. 10 (Feb. 4,, 1974).) „ Highest g national ranking: g No. 1,, six total polls p ((Jan. 5,, 2009,, Jan. 12,, 2009,, Feb. 23,, 2009).) „ Highest g ppreseason national ranking: g No. 4 ((1987-88,, 2002-03,, 2006-07,, 2010-11).) „ Highest g final ranking: No. 6 (6-ESPN/USA Today, 2008-09 season).) „ Seasons completed p as a nationallyy ranked team: 10 ((1973-74,, 1986-87,, 1987-88,, 2001-02, 2002-03,, 2003-04,, 2005-06,, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09,, 2009-10,, 2010-11).) „ Most consecutive weeks ranked in the AP Poll: 61,, three years, y , two months,, one dayy ((Jan. 7,, 2002-March 7,, 2005);); 43,, three yyears ((Dec. 19,, 2005-Feb. 11,, 2008);); 33,, two years (PS-1986-87March 14-Final,, 1987-88).) „ Most consecutive weeks ranked in the AP top10: 22 ((March 3,, 2002-March 17,, 2004).) „ Total weeks ranked in top-25 in at least one poll: p 250. „ Total weeks ranked No. 1 in at least one poll: p 3. „ Total weeks ranked in top-5 in at least one p poll: 67. „ Total weeks ranked in top-10 in at least one poll: 118. J23 J30 F6 F13 F20 F27 M6 M13

122 9 14 9 9 8 15 16

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2006-07 Date D AP P Prese Preseason 4 4 N13 N20 3 N27 2 D4 2 D11 2 7 D18 D25 10 J1 10 J8 7 J15 6 9 J22 J29 7 F5 7 F12 7 F19 10 12 F26 M5 13 M11 NP Final 12 2007-08 Date D AP P Preseason 22 N12 19 N19 17 N26 14 D3 12 D10 11 D17 111 D24 6 D31 13 J7 20 J14 15 13 J21 J28 18 F4 21 F11 22 F18 ARV ARV F25 M3 ARV M10 ARV M17 17 Final NP 2008-09 Date D P Preseason Pres N17 N24 D1

AP P 5 6 4 3

USA S TTodayy 5 5 4 3 2 2 7 11 10 7 6 9 7 6 5 8 12 11 10 10 USA S TToday ayy 20 19 17 11 9 9 9 6 13 18 16 17 21 25 24 ARV ARV ARV ARV 19 18 S USA TTodayy 6 6 4 3

D8 D15 D22 D2 D29 J5 J12 J19 J26 F2 F9 F16 F23 M2 M9 M16 Final

3 3 3 3 1 1 4 3 6 4 4 1 3 2 4 NP 2009-10

D Date Prese Preseason N16 N23 N30 D7 D14 D21 D28 D2 J4 J11 J18 J25 F1 F8 F15 F22 M1 M8 M15 Final

AP ARV ARV ARV ARV ARV ARV ARV NR 23 166 9 17 22 25 19 12 17 16 18 18

3 3 3 3 1 1 4 3 5 4 4 1 4 2 4 6 S USA TToday oday dayy ARVV ARV ARV ARV ARV ARV ARV NR ARV 20 11 17 21 23 21 16 18 16 16 20

2010-11 D Date Pre Preseason N15 N22 N29 N2 D6 D13 D20 D27 J3 J10 J17 J24 J31 F7 F14 F21 F28 M7 M14 A5

AP P 5 5 5 3 3 8 6 6 5 5 5 2 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 NP

S USA TTodayy 4 4 5 3 3 8 6 6 5 5 4 2 4 4 4 6 5 3 NP 12

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

ATTENDANCE RECORDS TOP SINGLE GAME HOME ATTENDANCE Opponent, pp , Date *North Carolina, 12/20/93 California, 3/17/02 Cent. Conn. St., 3/15/02 Syracuse, 2/5/94 Syracuse, 2/10/88 Georgetown, 1/27/91 Syracuse, 2/4/89 Georgetown, 2/11/89 Georgetown, 1/8/90 Georgetown, 1/23/91 Syracuse, 1/7/91 Syracuse, 1/3/90 Duquesne, 2/15/81 St. John’s, 2/26/90 North Carolina, 12/20/95 vs. Tennessee, 12/11/10 Georgetown, 2/28/93 Georgetown, 2/20/97 Syracuse, 1/8/92 Villanova, 1/2/91 Syracuse, 2/7/96 Arizona, 1/27/90 Oklahoma, 1/15/89 UCLA, 12/30/70 Duquesne, 1/6/92 *most attended basketball

Arena Attendance Civic Arena 17,716 Mellon Arena 17,015 Mellon Arena 17,015 Civic Arena 16,887 Mellon Arena 16,798 Civic Arena 16,683 Civic Arena 16,669 Civic Arena 16,669 Civic Arena 16,588 Civic Arena 16,489 Civic Arena 16,485 Civic Arena 16,188 Civic Arena 15,824 Civic Arena 15,322 Civic Arena 15,195 Consol Energy 15,166 Civic Arena 15,154 Civic Arena 15,127 Civic Arena 15,112 Civic Arena 15,033 Civic Arena 15,016 Civic Arena 14,127 Civic Arena 13,878 Civic Arena 13,535 Civic Arena 13,525 game in city history

YEAR-BY-YEAR TOTAL ATTENDANCE (includes all games g duringg season) Year Y TTotal otal Avg. g 1989-90 336,923 , 11,618 , 1990-91 343,008 , 10,394 , 1991-92 349,949 , 10,293 , 1992-93 286,560 , 10,234 , 1993-94 256,132 , 9,486 , 1994-95 293,480 , 10,481 , 1995-96 244,582 , 9,059 , 1996-97 325,569 , 9,866 , 1997-98 221,864 , 8,217 , 1998-99 210,476 , 7,016 , 1999-00 181,698 , 6,489 , 2000-01 274,870 , 8,329 , 2001-02 303,506 , 8,671 , 2002-03 426,653 , 12,929 , 2003-04 569,699 , 15,825 , 2004-05 319,696 , 11,024 , 2005-06 413,644 , 12,534 , 2006-07 489,703 , 13,235 , 2007-08 477,315 , 12,900 , 2008-09 433,279 , 12,035 , 2009-10 386,824 , 11,377 , 2010-11 406,607 , 11,959 ,

GP 29 33 34 28 27 28 27 33 27 30 28 33 35 33 36 29 33 37 37 36 34 34

TOP SINGLE GAME ATTENDANCE (all Opponent, pp , Date Ball State,, 3/16/89 Syracuse, y , 2/24/91 Syracuse y 3/6/88 Syracuse, y , 1/11/86 Syracuse, y , 1/24/04 Syracuse, y , 2/25/84 Syracuse, y , 2/1/03 Syracuse, y , 1/23/90 Syracuse, y , 1/18/92 Marquette, q , 3/27/03 Syracuse, y , 3/2/97 Syracuse, y , 3/1/08 Syracuse, y , 3/6/93 Syracuse, y , 2/24/96 Syracuse, y , 1/2/10 Syracuse, y , 2/14/05 Syracuse, y , 2/21/95 Kentucky, y, 11/22/91 Kent State, 3/21/02

Pitt opened its 12,508-seat Petersen Events Center with a game against Duquesne on Nov. 23, 2003.

games) g ) Location Indianapolis p Syracuse, y , N.Y. N.YY. N.Y. Syracuse, y , N.Y Y. Syracuse, y , N.Y. N.YY. Syracuse, y , N.Y. N.YY. Syracuse, y , N.Y. N.YY. Syracuse, y , N.Y. N.YY. Syracuse, y , N.Y. N.YY. N.Y. Syracuse, y , N.Y Y. Minneapolis p Syracuse, y , N.Y. N.YY. Syracuse, y , N.Y. N.YY. Syracuse, y , N.Y. N.YY. Syracuse, y , N.Y. N.YY. Syracuse, y , N.Y. N.YY. Syracuse, y , N.Y. N.YY. N.Y. Syracuse, y , N.Y Y. Lexington, g , Ky. y Lexington, Ky.

T Total 37,242 32,763 32,492 32,064 31,347 30,356 30,303 30,023 29,576 , 28,168 26,938 26,632 26,321 25,064 24,969 24,631 23,473 , 22,555 , 22,338

Note: Sellouts at Madison Square q Garden are 19,528.. announced at 19,544 or 19,528

TOP ON-CAMPUS CROWDS Opponent, pp , Date Syracuse, 1/17/11 Villanova, 2/21/10 Connecticut, 3/7/09 West Virginia, 2/12/10 West Virginia, 2/24/11 Villanova, 3/5/11 Connecticut, 2/15/04 Louisville, 1/16/10 Connecticut, 12/27/10 Providence, 2/25/06 Georgetown, 1/20/10 Syracuse, 3/29/04 Cincinnati, 2/5/11 Notre Dame, 1/24/11 USF, 2/16/11 Providence, 3/4/10 St. John’s, 1/28/10 Rutgers, 3/6/10 Marquette, 3/4/09 DePaul, 2/21/09 Cincinnati, 2/14/09 West Virginia, 2/9/09 Notre Dame, 1/31/09 Syracuse, 1/19/09 South Florida, 1/14/09 St. John’s, 1/11/09 Louisville, 2/24/08 West Virginia, 2/7/08 Villanova, 1/30/08 Rutgers, 1/26/08 Georgetown, 1/14/08 Seton Hall, 1/12/08 West Virginia, 2/27/07 Washington, 2/17/07 Providence, 2/10/07 St. John’s, 1/27/07 Marquette, 1/21/07 Connecticut, 1/16/07 Georgetown, 1/13/07 Dayton, 12/23/06 Florida State, 11/24/06 Marquette, 1/28/06 Syracuse, 1/23/06 West Virginia, 2/9/06 Cincinnati, 2/12/06 Seton Hall, 3/3/06 Notre Dame, 1/4/06 Syracuse, 1/29/05 West Virginia, 2/23/05 Connecticut, 2/26/05 Notre Dame, 1/12/04 Boston College, 1/28/04 St. John’s, 2/4/04 Villanova, 3/6/04 Eight other games

Arena PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC PEC

Attendance 12,925 12,920 12,908 12,902 12,876 12,843 12,817 12,781 12,725 12,719 12,677 12,624 12,615 12,591 12,519 12,511 12,511 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508 12,508

YEAR-BY-YEAR HOME ATTENDANCE AVG. Year Y 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

T Total 45,759 40,443 52,668 48,930 34,752 71,064 81,200 91,230 90,883 119,505 108,101 119,048 113,570 114,582 110,716 120,980 113,106 92,488 123,957 112,904 101,423 86,433 90,192 82,139 95,096 174,917 202,177 179,598 180,618 208,997 197,447 212,682 185,209 195,182

Avg. g 3,520 3,111 3,762 3,495 2,896 5,076 5,800 6,082 6,991 7,967 8,315 7,937 9,464 8,814 8,516 8,065 8,079 7,114 8,264 7,527 6,762 6,174 5,305 4,832 5,594 10,932 10,509 10,565 10,625 11,611 10,969 11,194 10,289 10,843

GP 13 13 14 14 12 14 14 15 13 15 13 15 12 13 13 15 14 13 15 15 15 14 17 17 17 16 20 17 17 18 18 19 18 18

DID YOU KNOW? Pitt ranked among the nation’s top-five schools in attendance increase in two consecutive years- 2001-02 and 2002-03. With its move to the Petersen Events Center, the Panthers finished second nationally in attendance increase in 2002-03 at plus-4,129.

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100-POINT SCORING GAMES ALL-TIME GAMES OF 100-PLUS POINTS Note: Pittsburgh is 39-0 when it scores 100-plus points. Date 3/3/56 2/24/58 1/2/64 2/1/64 2/24/65 2/13/70 2/6/71 2/20/71 12/6/71 2/11/72 1/20/74 1/30/74 2/14/74 3/1/75 11/29/78 12/9/78 2/24/81 12/20/83 11/26/84 2/27/85 11/29/86 12/3/86 1/29/86 1/12/87 1/17/87

Opponent pp at Penn State Geneva Dartmouth Carnegie Mellon Westminster Syracuse Carnegie Mellon at Carnegie Mellon Ohio Wesleyan Syracuse Buffalo State at Westminster Cleveland State at Buffalo State vs. Rio Grande $ Robert Morris at Massachusetts Florida State St. Francis St. Francis Indiana (Pa.) at St. Francis vs. Arkansas ! at Duquesne Chicago State

Pitt Opp. pp 100 90 109 74 107 63 108 75 101 71 127 108 118 84 104 59 103 48 109 99 101 75 106 71 55 106 107 88 107 82 100 68 101 61 102 89 104 88 107 72 108 49 69 108 83 114 77 102 112 70

W/L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

3/18/88 11/28/89 12/1/89 1/27/90 1/31/90 2/11/90 12/6/90 1/12/91 12/19/92 11/27/93 12/16/95 12/23/95 12/1/99 1/4/06 11/9/07

vs. Eastern Mich. @ Siena vs. Oklahoma State # Arizona (CA) Boston College Providence Marshall Providence at Duquesne (CA) YYoungstown State Long Island Prairie View A&M Norfolk State Notre Dame Houston Baptist

108 101 102 100 110 117 105 101 102 112 108 101 102 100 103

90 89 90 92 80 102 75 82 91 66 67 59 78 98 62

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

! - Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, Hawaii) @ - NCAA Tournament (Lincoln, Neb.) # - Tournament of Champions (Charlotte, N.C.) $ - played in Wheeling, W.Va.

OPPONENT’S 100-PLUS POINT GAMES Note: Pittsburgh has given up 100 or more points 35 times and is 2-33 in such contests. Date 2/24/1906 2/3/54 2/20/54 12/4/54

Opponent pp Westminster at Navy Westminster at Michigan

Pitt Opp. pp 13 106 73 108 94 104 71 101

W/L L L L L

96 1/19/55 at Geneva 12/1/56 at Ohio State 69 93 2/23/57 at West Virginia 12/26/64 at Wichita State 58 1/8/66 at Virginia Tech 74 2/14/66 at West Virginia 63 2/23/66 at Westminster 76 1/18/67 West Virginia 78 2/1/67 at Cornell 72 74 12/1/68 Rutgers 12/9/68 Duquesne 66 1/6/68 at Miami 84 1/31/69 at Louisiana State 79 2/1/69 at Tulane 89 2/11/70 Temple 72 2/13/70 Syracuse 127 3/4/72 at West Virgnia 90 3/16/74 at North Carolina State 72 12/6/74 Duquesne 94 3/18/75 vs. Providence (NIT) 80 71 1/27/76 at Rutgers 12/30/77 vs. Iowa 80 West Virginia 1/3/77 91 1/6/79 at Syracuse 74 2/4/89 Syracuse 80 12/2/89 vs. North Carolina State 87 12/4/89 vs. Georgia Tech 92 12/28/89 vs. Georgia Tech 92 2/11/90 Providence 117 2/2/91 at UCLA 85 93 12/20/93 North Carolina

101 100 107 109 100 103 102 102 110 100 100 100 120 110 101 108 104 100 100 101 102 103 100 100 103 100 111 111 102 112 106

L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L W L L L L L L L L L L L L W L L

MARGIN OF VICTORY RECORDS

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LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY Date 11/29/86 / 12/6/71 1/26/29 12/1/01 2/14/74 11/30/85 12/28/95 2/18/76 11/23/07 3/12/30 11/13/10 11/27/93 2/10/34 11/17/00 12/3/02 2/20/71 12/16/96 1/2/64 11/10/10 2/1/68 12/23/95 1/17/87 11/9/07 12/16/95 11/30/02 2/24/81 1/16/74 2/7/55

Opponent pp Indiana ((Pa.)) Ohio Wesleyan y Armyy Savannah State Cleveland State Indiana ((Pa.)) Brown Buffalo State Buffalo Wash. & Jefferson North Florida YYoungstown g State Armyy North Carolina A&T Norfolk State at Carnegie g Mellon Carnegie g Mellon Dartmouth Illinois Chicago g at Carnegie g Mellon Prarie View A&M Chicago g State Houston Baptist p Longg Island Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Massachusetts George g Washington at Tampa

Pitt Opp. ppp Margin g 108 49 +59 103 48 +55 69 16 +53 87 35 +52 55 106 +51 94 45 +49 95 47 +48 99 51 +48 92 45 +47 67 20 +47 95 49 +46 112 66 +46 64 18 +46 91 +45 46 96 51 +45 104 59 +45 84 39 +45 107 63 +44 97 54 +43 89 46 +43 101 59 +42 112 70 +42 103 62 +41 108 67 +41 89 49 +40 101 61 +40 96 56 +40 92 52 +40

LARGEST VICTORY-BIG EAST GAMES Date 2/12/03 / / 1/25/88 3/5/03 1/22/11 1/29/92 1/31/90 3/6/10 1/12/94 2/24/86 3/2/04

Opponent pp West Virginia g Providence Seton Hall at DePaul Miami Boston College g Rutgers g Miami Connecticut at Providence

Pitt Opp. ppp Margin g 82 46 +36 90 56 +34 86 54 +32 80 50 +30 82 52 +30 110 80 +30 83 54 +29 83 55 +28 79 51 +28 88 61 +27

3/2/02 1/27/07 2/6/10 1/23/08 1/29/97 3/3/92 2/7/09 1/2/02 3/2/85 2/28/05 2/4/92 1/15/11 1/31/87 2/22/03 1/24/04 1/7/07

West Virginia g St. John’s Seton Hall at St. John’s Notre Dame Boston College g at DePaul St. John’s Villanova at Boston College g at Miami Seton Hall Connecticut g Rutgers y at Syracuse South Florida

92 72 83 81 88 90 92 77 85 72 77 74 73 86 66 69

65 46 58 57 64 66 69 54 62 50 55 53 52 65 45 48

+27 +26 +25 +24 +24 +24 +23 +23 +23 +22 +22 +21 +21 +21 +21 +21

LARGEST WIN- BIG EAST ROAD GAMES Date 1/22/11 / / 3/2/04 1/23/08 2/7/09 2/28/05 2/4/94 1/24/04 1/14/03 1/25/97 1/24/87 2/3/88 3/2/11 1/3/09 1/24/07 1/12/11 1/7/86 2/18/03

Opponent pp at DePaul at Providence at St. John’s at DePaul at Boston College g at Miami at Syracuse y at West Virginia g at Georgetown g at Boston College g at St. John’s at USF at Georgetown g at Cincinnati at Georgetown g at Seton Hall at Georgetown

Pitt Opp. ppp Margin g 80 50 +30 88 61 +27 81 57 +24 92 69 +23 72 50 +22 77 55 +22 66 45 +21 80 61 +19 89 71 +18 80 62 +18 88 71 +17 66 50 +16 70 54 +16 67 51 +16 72 57 +15 81 66 +15 82 67 +15

LARGEST MARGIN OF LOSS Date 12/26/64 / 12/5/59 1/31/69 1/31/14

Opponent pppp at Wichita State at Ohio State at Louisiana State Rochester

Pitt Opp. pp Margin g 58 109 -51 49 94 -45 79 120 -41 12 53 -41

1/14/67 2/14/66 12/20/55 2/22/67 2/1/67 12/3/66 2/4/50 2/3/54 11/28/98 12/9/67 2/9/44 2/5/38

at Penn State g at West Virginia Duke p at TTemple at Cornell at Davidson at Bradleyy at Navyy vs. Maryland y q Duquesne at Armyy at Notre Dame

44 63 54 49 72 59 48 73 52 66 32 17

84 103 92 87 110 97 84 108 87 100 66 51

-40 -40 -38 -38 -38 -38 -36 -35 -35 -34 -34 -34

LARGEST LOSS- BIG EAST GAMES Date 2/3/96 / / 3/1/86 1/14/85

Opponent pp at Villanova at Georgetown g St. John’s

Pitt Opp. ppp Margin g 88 55 -33 93 62 -31 87 56 -31

MOST COMBINED POINTS SCORED Date 2/13/70 / / 2/11/90 2/11/72 12/28/89 2/6/71 1/26/62 2/23/57 12/20/93 2/1/69 1/31/69

Opponent pp SSyracuse y Providence Syracuse y vs. Georgia g Tech Carnegie g Mellon at Boston College g at West Virginia g North Carolina ((CA)) at Tulane at LSU

Pitt Opp. pp Margin g 127 108 235 117 102 219 109 99 208 92 111 203 118 84 202 94 108 202 93 107 200 93 106 199 89 110 199 79 120 199

FEWEST COMBINED POINTS Date 1/15/44 / / 2/24/06 1/13/12 2/5/08 1/30/14 2/23/24 3/1/52

Opponent pp Penn State Westminster at Mount Union at Bucknell at St. Lawrence Bucknell at Penn State

Pitt Opp. ppp Margin g 12 15 27 13 16 29 16 14 30 14 16 30 14 17 31 10 22 32 9 24 33

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

COMEBACK WINS LARGEST HALFTIME TURNAROUND- ALL GAMES Date 12/5/83 11/26/88 12/2/09 2/21/81 1/22/05 2/10/02 1/31/09 3/6/04 2/5/73 3/9/06 2/24/04 2/16/02 12/30/86 3/14/01

Opponent pp Halftime Deficit at St. Francis, Pa. -12 (47-35) Oklahoma State -7 (43-36) at Duquesne (MA) (OT) -13 (33-20) West Virginia -4 (29-25) at Connecticut -11 (43-32) at Syracuse -8 (35-27) Notre Dame -6 (45-39) Villanova -5 (22-17) -6 (40-34) West Virginia -7 (31-24) vs. West Virginia at Georgetown -8 (28-20) at West Virginia -8 (45-37) vs. Wisconsin -2 (41-39) ( ) St. Bonaventure -9 (48-39)

Final 94-80 93-75 67-58 81-64 76-66 75-63 93-80 59-45 77-64 68-57 68-58 85-75 98-82 84-75

LARGEST HALFTIME TURNAROUND- ROAD GAME

Turnaround +26 +25 +22 +21 +21 +20 +19 +19 +19 +18 +18 +18 +18 +18

LARGEST HALFTIME TURNAROUND- BIG EAST PLAY Date 1/22/05 2/10/02 3/6/04 2/24/04 2/16/02 1/3/87 3/2/91

Opponent pp Halftime Deficit -11 (43-32) at Connecticut at Syracuse -8 (35-27) Villanova -5 (22-17) at Georgetown -8 (28-20) at West Virginia -8 (45-37) -7 (43-36) Providence -3 (37-34) at Boston College

Final 76-66 75-63 59-45 68-58 85-75 76-67 88-76

Turnaround +21 +20 +19 +18 +18 +16 +15

Date 12/5/83 12/2/09 1/22/05 2/10/02 2/24/04 2/16/02

Opponent pp Halftime Deficit at St. Francis, Pa. -12 (47-35) at Duquesne (MA) (OT) -13 (33-20) -11 (43-32) at Connecticut at Syracuse -8 (35-27) at Georgetown -8 (28-20) at West Virginia -8 (45-37)

Final 94-80 67-58 76-66 75-63 68-58 85-75

Turnaround +26 +22 +21 +20 +18 +18

LARGEST HALFTIME DEFICIT OVERCOME TO WIN Date 12/2/09 12/20/08 12/5/83 1/22/05 1/13/75 3/3/84

Opponent pp Halftime Deficit at Duquesne (MA)(OT) -13 (33-20) vs. Duke -12 (34-22) at St. Francis, Pa. -12 (47-35) at Connecticut -11 (43-32) Notre Dame -10 (44-34) Providence -10 (31-21)

Final 67-58 65-64 94-80 76-66 84-77 61-60

Turnaround +22 +13 +26 +21 +17 +11

COMEBACK WINS BY SEASON Season 2009-10 2003-04 1988-89 2001-02

Wins ........... 6 ........... 6 ........... 6 ........... 5

Season 1983-84 1979-80 2005-06 2004-05

Wins ........... 5 ........... 5 ........... 4 ........... 4

Season 1996-97 1987-88 1992-93 1991-92

Wins ........... 4 ........... 4 ........... 4 ........... 4

HALFTIME LEADS/DEFICITS LARGEST HALFTIME LEADS- BIG EAST ROAD GAME

LARGEST HALFTIME LEADS Date 12/3/03 11/27/93 1/30/74 12/6/71 11/29/86 2/20/71 12/29/86 12/28/95 12/17/03

Opponent pp Norfolk State State Youngstown Y at Westminster at Ohio Wesleyan Indiana, Pa. at Carnegie Mellon vs. Arkansas Brown Chicago State

Score 54-15 62-26 53-18 53-19 54-20 55-22 53-20 56-24 50-18

Lead +39 +36 +35 +34 +34 +33 +33 +32 +32

Final 96-51 112-66 106-71 103-48 108-49 104-59 114-83 95-47 79-51

Date 1/12/11 1/22/11 1/22/95 2/25/04 3/9/03 1/24/07 2/1/03 1/14/03

Opponent pp Rutgers St. John’s Boston College Miami, Fla. Boston College

Score 40-16 41-18 49-26 44-22 49-27

Lead +24 +23 +23 +22 +22

Final 83-54 77-54 89-79 83-55 86-70

Date 1/3/00 12/23/86 11/28/98 1/30/02

Opponent pp at Westminster at Carnegie Mellon at St. Francis, Pa. at Syracuse at Lafayette

Score 53-18 55-22 55-29 58-37 44-23

Lead +35 +33 +26 +21 +21

Score 41-24 38-23 55-40 41-27 33-19 38-26 43-31 40-28

Lead +17 +15 +15 +14 +14 +12 +12 +12

Final 72-57 38-23 94-87 81-68 56-54 67-51 65-67 80-61

Opponent pp at St. John’s at BYU vs. Maryland at Notre Dame

Score 45-14 55-24 46-17 49-21

Deficit -31 -31 -29 -28

Final 58-82 73-93 52-87 76-89

LARGEST HALFTIME DEFICIT- HOME GAME

LARGEST HALFTIME LEADS- ROAD GAME Date 1/30/74 2/20/71 12/3/86 2/13/70 12/4/85

Opponent pp at Georgetown at DePaul at St. John’s at Providence at Villanova at Cincinnati at Syracuse at West Virginia

LARGEST HALFTIME DEFICIT

LARGEST HALFTIME LEADS- BIG EAST PLAY Date 3/6/10 1/2/02 2/8/98 1/12/94 1/10/99

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Final 106-71 104-59 108-69 127-108 95-64

Date 12/7/94 12/5/93 2/22/67 1/18/67

Opponent pp Massachusetts St. John’s Temple West Virginia

Score 42-17 52-29 41-18 53-31

Deficit -25 -23 -23 -22

Final 57-85 83-88 87-49 78-102

LARGEST HALFTIME DEFICIT- BIG EAST GAME LARGEST HALFTIME LEADS-NEUTRAL GAME Date 12/29/86 12/28/90 3/8/06

Opponent pp vs. Arkansas vs. Alaska-Anchorage vs. Louisville

Score 53-20 52-28 39-16

Lead +33 +24 +23

Final 114-83 93-69 61-56

Date 1/3/00 1/30/02 2/10/98 12/5/93

Opponent pp at St. John’s at Notre Dame at Villanova St. John’s

Score 45-14 49-21 49-23 52-29

Deficit -31 -28 -26 -23

Final 58-82 76-89 68-79 83-88

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

ALL-TIME OVERTIME GAMES OVERTIME RECORDS

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Total OT Games: 86. Total Record: 45-41. Home: 25-13. Away: 15-21. Neutral: 4-6. 1OT Record: 37-28. 2OT Record: 6-12. 3OT Record: 2-1. Big East regular season: 12-10. Big East Tournament: 1-4. NCAA Tournament: 3-0. NIT Record: 0-0. Largest Margin of Victory: 13, at Seton Hall, 2/26/02. Largest Margin of Loss: 9, at Notre Dame, 1/17/73. Most Points Scored: 100, Notre Dame, 1/4/06. Least Points Scored: 28, at Notre Dame, 2/7/31. Most Points Allowed: 101, at Geneva, 1954-55. Least Points Allowed: 20, at Notre Dame, 2/7/31. Consecutive OT Wins: 4, 2/27/ 60-12/29/65. Consecutive OT Losses: 3, three times. Most OT Games-Season: 4, 1954-55; 2001-02. Consecutive OT Games: 2, 1954-55; 2/11-2/18/78.

ALL-TIME OVERTIME GAMES SINGLE OVERTIME (37-28) Date 2/28/23 1/17/24 1/8/27 12/19/28 12/31/29 1/24/31 2/7/31 12/12/36 1/17/36 1/1/40 1/22/42 2/11/42 2/12/44 3/5/49 1/1/55 1/8/55 1/15/55 12/29/56 2/21/56 2/15/58 1/27/60 2/27/60 1/21/61 1/19/63 12/7/63 12/29/65 1/14/70 2/6/70 1/17/73 12/3/74

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L at Wash. & Jeff. 29 27 W West Virginia 23 25 L Syracuse 29 28 W at Iowa 44 40 W Ohio State 38 33 W at Notre Dame 28 20 W Notre Dame 35 32 W at DePaul 37 41 L at Georgetown 42 43 L at Michigan 35 44 L Cal State-Los Angeles 45 33 W Indiana, Pa. 47 37 W Bethany 47 45 W West Virginia 34 32 W at Pennsylvania 81 75 W Westminster 71 73 L Penn State 76 66 W vs. Connecticut % 60 64 L at Carnegie Tech 85 81 W Navy 85 83 W 66 76 L at West Virginia Penn State 64 63 W at Temple 80 75 W 79 73 W at Army Duquesne 69 67 W at Rochester # 69 65 W 66 67 L at West Virginia 74 80 L at Lafayette at Notre Dame 76 85 L at West Virginia 78 82 L

Date 1/13/75 1/25/75 2/12/77 2/11/78 2/16/78 1/10/79 1/22/79 1/27/81 2/5/83 1/16/84 2/6/84 3/5/86 12/10/88 1/30/89 3/14/91 12/28/91 2/4/95 2/28/95 1/6/96 1/23/96 1/17/98 11/25/00 12/17/00 3/9/01 2/26/02 3/21/02 2/29/04 1/8/05 2/5/05 1/21/07 3/17/07

Opponent pp Notre Dame at Rutgers Duquesne (CA) Maryland (CA) Penn State Cincinnati at Iona ^ Maryland (CA) at Connecticut St. John’s at Connecticut vs. Georgetown (BET) West Virginia at St. John’s vs. Georgia (NCAA) at New Orleans $ Villanova at Miami, Fla. at West Virginia Massachusetts Rutgers Marist at VCU vs. Syracuse (BET) at Seton Hall vs. Kent State (NCAA) Syracuse at Rutgers at West Virginia Marquette VCU (NCAA)

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 84 77 W 82 79 W 63 66 L 89 86 W 68 75 L 75 78 L 79 84 L 66 69 L 72 71 W 63 61 W 75 71 W 56 57 L 81 84 L 85 81 W 76 68 W 77 78 L 76 79 L 68 76 L 84 83 W 71 79 L 86 85 W 71 69 W 73 76 L 55 54 W 73 66 W 73 78 L 46 49 L 66 63 W 78 83 L 74 77 L 84 79 W

12/20/07 3/13/08 1/16/10 2/27/11

vs. Duke (MSG) vs. Louisville (BET) Louisville at Louisville

65 76 82 59

64 W 69 W 77 W 62 L

DOUBLE OVERTIME (6-12) Date 1/19/55 12/21/57 1/11/78 1/16/82 1/29/83 2/14/87 12/9/89 2/19/94 12/17/94 1/22/98 3/4/98 1/15/02 3/9/02 1/10/04 2/9/04 1/4/06 12/21/06 12/2/09

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L at Geneva 96 101 L Duke 87 84 W Temple T 74 81 L at Penn State 46 52 L 58 55 W Providence 72 67 W Boston College at West Virginia 93 97 L 88 93 L Villanova vs. Georgia * 86 87 L 83 90 L St. John’s vs. Villanova (BET) 93 96 L at Miami, Fla. 69 76 L vs. Connecticut (BET) 65 74 L at Miami, Fla. 80 84 W at Seton Hall 67 68 L 100 97 W Notre Dame 89 95 L vs. Oklahoma State at Duquesne (MA) 67 58 W

TRIPLE OVERTIME (2-1) Date 1/28/54 1/10/76 2/12/10

Opponent pp at Penn State at George Washington West Virginia

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 85 91 L 75 73 W 98 95 W

PETERSEN EVENTS CENTER RECORDS PETERSEN EVENTS CENTER GAME RECORDS INDIVIDUAL Points: Field Goals Made: Field Goal Att.: 3FG Made: 3FG Attempts: FT Made: FT Attempts: FT Pct.: Rebounds: Assists: Blocked Shots: Steals:

PITT 33, Sam Young, Belmont, 11/25/08 13, three times, last-Sam Young, Connecticut, 3/7/09 23, Sam Young, Connecticut, 3/7/09 6, five times, last- Ashton Gibbs vs. Providence, 3/4/10 13, Ashton Gibbs vs. West Virginia, 2/12/10 13, Carl Krauser, Syracuse, 1/23/06 14, four times, last- Levance Fields, Akron, 11/21/08 1.000, Chevon Troutman (10-10), Georgetown, 1/25/03 22, DeJuan Blair, Notre Dame, 1/31/09 13, five times, last- Brad Wanamaker vs. PC, 3/4/10 7, Chris Taft, Murray State, 12/20/03 6, three times, last- Jermaine Dixon, St. John’s, 1/11/09

OPPONENT 37, Chris Quinn, Notre Dame, 1/4/06 13, Chris Quinn, Notre Dame, 1/4/06 28, Keydren Clark, Saint Peter’s, 11/19/05 7, Chris Thomas, Notre Dame, 1/12/04 14, Keydren Clark, Saint Peter’s, 11/19/05 10, two times, last- Ryan Gomes, PC, 1/31/05 15, Hakim Warrick, Syracuse, 1/29/05 1.000, Kenny Hayes (9-9), Miami, OH, 11/17/08 14, two times, last- M. Blakely, Vmt, 12/6/08 10, Daniel West, Rhode Island, 11/8/10 6, Herb Pope, Seton Hall, 1/15/11 5, Kemba Walker, Connecticut, 12/27/10

TEAM Points: Points in a half: Halftime Lead: Field Goals Made: Field Goal Att.: FG Percentage: 3FG Made: 3FG Attempts: FT Made: FT Attempts: FT Pct.: Rebounds: Assists: Turnovers: Blocked Shots: Steals:

PITT 103, Houston Baptist, 11/9/07 55, Houston Baptist, 11/9/07 39, Norfolk State (54-15), 12/3/02 42, two times, last-Houston Baptist, 42-92, 11/9/07 92, Houston Baptist, 11/9/07 .674, Cincinnati (31-46), 2/14/09 14, two times, last-Maryland Baltimore County, 12/13/08 37, Akron, 11/21/08 31, West Virginia, 2/12/10 46, Notre Dame, 1/4/06 .909, St. Francis (N.Y.) (10-11), 11/29/05 59, three times, last North Florida, 11/13/10 33, Maryland Eastern Shore, 12/18/10 25, Howard, 11/20/04 12, Eastern Kentucky, 11/19/09 16, three times- last- Duquesne, 12/3/08

OPPONENT 97, Notre Dame, 1/4/06 51, Georgetown College (Ky.), 12/15/03 17, Louisville (36-19), 2/12/07 34, Notre Dame, 1/4/06 83, Notre Dame, 1/4/06 .609, Georgetown (28-46), 1/13/07 17, Lafayette, 1/2/08 36, Notre Dame, 1/4/06 26, West Virginia, 2/12/10 37, West Virginia, 2/12/10 1.000, Wofford (9-9), 11/13/09 51, West Virginia, 2/12/10 24, Robert Morris, 2/2/09 26, Virginia Tech, 1/6/04 11, Seton Hal, 1/15/11 12, two times- last- Ohio, 12/22/09

MISCELLANEOUS Games: 161 (9 seasons). Record: 149-12. Consecutive Sellouts: 161, 11/ 23/02-current. Games Attended at full capacity: 62. Consecutive Games attended at full capacity: 6. Combined Points-two teams: 197, Notre Dame, 1/4/06. Largest Pitt Win: 45, vs. Norfolk State (96-51), 12/3/02. Largest Pitt Loss: 13, two times- vs. Rutgers, 1/26/08; vs. Louisville (66-53), 2/12/ 07. Most Wins-season: 19, two times-2003-04, 2008-09. Most Losses-season: 4, 2004-05 Winning Streak: 34, 11/23/022/15/04. Losing Streak: 2, 1/2-1/5/05. Largest Attended Game: 12,925, Syracuse, 1/17/11. Overtime Games: 5.

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Student-athletes are listed alphabetically with the years in which they lettered. This is not an all-time roster.r It only depics years players lettered. Years pre-1940 correspond to the fall and spring years that each player played at Pittsburgh. If you have any additions/deletions to this list, please contact Greg Hotchkiss in the Pittsburgh athletic media relations office.

A Abel, Griffin, 1998-01 Abrams, Marvin, 1970-74 Adams, Chase, 2009-10 Adams, John, 1964-65 Adelman, Dave (Mgr), 199394 Aggelou, Sotiris, 1993-95 Aiken, Curtis, 1983-87 Albright, John, 1930-31 Alcorn, 1941-42 Alcorn, James (Mgr), 1931-32 Alridge, Andre, 1992-96 Alexander, 1942-43 Alexander, J.F. (Mgr), 1931-32 Alimena, Albert J. (Mgr), 1977 Allen, George, 1981-84 Allerton, Dale (Mgr), 1970 Alridge, Andre, 1992-96 Antigua, Oliver, 1995-98 Antigua, Orlando, 1991-95 Apple, Nathan, 1943-47 Armstrong, Keith, 1982-86 Artman, 1940-43 Artman, Bernard, 1951-54 Arnold, Randy, 1970-71 Arture, William, 1929-31 Artman, Bernard, 1951-54 Assid, Ed, 1964-65

Bolla, James, 1971-75 Bollens, Kenneth, 1965-68 Bonaacci, Pat, 1958 Bonnie, Harry E., 1913 Boose, 1946-47 Booth, Thomas (Mgr), 1973 Borowitz, 1945-46 Bowman, Marcus, 2003-06 Boyd, Arthur, 1950-53 Boyd, Frank, 1973-77 Boyd, Jason, 1998-00 Braumbeck, R., 1948-50 Brautigam, Barry, 1954-57 Brehm, William, 1946-50 Bremen, Alvin J., 1919 Bremen, Ben, 1919 Brimm, Oscar, 1971-73 Brody, Wray G., 1912 Broido, Joseph, 1912 Brookin, Rod, 1986-90 Brown, Gilbert, 2007-11 Brown, Jaron, 2000-04 Brown, Sean, 2008-09 Brozovich, Paul, 1979-81 Bruce, Kirk, 1972-75 Brush, Brian, 1989-93 Buchanon, Frank, 1930-32 Buck, Bill, 1965-67 Buck, Rudy, 1944 Buck, William (Mgr), 1961 Buckman, Steve (Mgr), 1995 Budd, Norman, Jr., 1908-10 Burch, Clarence, 1951-54 Burnham, Greg (Mgr), 1979

C Caldwell, Robert, 1964-67 Caldwell, Michael, 1968-71

Calhoun, S.E., 1911 Campbell, F.H., 1911-12 Campbell, W.F., 1911-13 Canterna, Oland “DoDo,” 1944-49 Capwell, I.P., 1906 Cardot, Willis, 1972-73 Carlson, H.C., 1915-17 Carlson, Lloyd, 1941-43 Carnahan, Milroy, 1950-53 Carr, H.P., 1924 Carrigan, Rich, 1984-87 Cauley, Willie, 1993-94 Causer, Jerry, 1968-70 Cavanaugh, Pat, 1986-90 Cecconi, Louis, 1946-50 Cepkowski, Richard, 1954-55 Cercone, Eugene, 1953-57 Chase, Ralph, 1925 Chosky, Saul, 1943-44 Christopher, Frank, 1950-51 Cica, John T. (Mgr), 1977 Cica, Marc J. (Mgr), 1974 Cieply, William, 1943-48 Cizmarik, Bob, 1969-71 Clancy, Sam, 1977-81 Clawson, John, 1921 Cleland, 1941-42 Clements, Frank, 1966-67 Coburn, Kenneth (Mgr), 1936 Cochran, Nate, 1994-95 Cohen, Lester, 1928-30 Cohen, Milton, 1930-31 Collins, William, 1939-40 Colombo, Scott, 1986-89 Conomikes, Dean (Mgr), 1989 Cook, Mike, 2006-08 Cooper, Tico, 1985-87 Cosby, Attila, 1997-99

B Baierl, Bill, 1949-50 Bailey, Nate, 1987-89 Baker, Edward, 1929-31 Baker, John P., 1913 Baldridge, R. (Mgr), 1918 Bane, John, 1910 Barnhart, Ray, 1968-69 Barrett, 1942-43 Bashioum, W, 1945-46 Baum, Raymond (Mgr), 196465 Bazzano, 1944-45 Beatty, Steve, 1980-84 Beck, 1943-44 Belich, Michael, 1948-51 Benjamin, Keith, 2004-08 Benidick. William (Mgr), 1968 Bennett, Bill, 1965-66 Bennett, Lance (Mgr), 197879 Bennett, Melvin, 1974-75 Berardinelli, Dominic, 1975-77 Biehl, 1943-44 Bien, Jay, 1908 Biggs, Tyrell, 2005-09 Blair, DeJuan, 2007-09 Bingham, Bob, 1951-52 Blanton, John, 1982-86 Blount, Mark, 1995-97 Blyshak, Dave, 1962-65 Bochok, David (Mgr), 1957 Bohren, Karl, 1924

Kirk Bruce starred for the Panthers from 1972-75. After his career, he served as Pitt’s head women’s basketball coach for 13 years (1985-98) and now works as an Associate Athletic Director in Pitt’s athletic department.

Cosentino, Sam, 1944-46 Cost, Charles, 1954-55 Cratsley, Mel, 1966-67 Cribbs, Claire, 1932-34 Culbertson, Billy, 1981-84 Cummings, Vonteego, 199599 Cutrie, Rocco, 1933

D David, Joey, 1982-86 David, Samuel, 1946-49 David, George (Mgr), 1918 Davis, 1943-44 DeGroat, John, 2004-06 DeHart, James, 1917 Deitrick, Richard, 1951-54 DeLisio, Tony, 1966-69 Demetris, Yuri, 2001-04 DiFrischia, Al, 1966-67 Diggs, Cassin, 2007-08 Dillon, Bill, 1955-57 Dimmack, Chris, 1998-99 Disco, Mark, 1973-75 Ditka, Michael, 1958-60 Dixon, Jermaine, 2008-10 Dobin, Kenneth (Mgr), 1969 Dolfi, 1940-41 Dorazio, Carlo, 2001-03 Dorman, Dennis, 1955-58 Downes, William, 1968-71 Downing, Raymond, 1964-65 Doyle, Ray, 1964-65 Duessel, David, 1952-55 Duff, A.W., 1907 Dumancic, Dominik, 1990-92

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Kent Scott was a 1,000-point career scorer for Pitt from 1969-72.

Easterday, R.A., 1916-18 Edgar, Joseph E., 1907 Edwards, Cleveland, 1969-73 Egan, James, 1939-42 El Nokali, Amr, 1995-96 Elliott, Samuel B., 1908 Ellis, Sammie, 1978-80 Emrich, Ross, 1935 Endsley, John, 1975 Everett, Robert, 1948-51 Eysell, A.R. (Mgr), 1923

F Fabel, Joseph, 1937 Falenski, Richard, 1958-61 Falenski, Stanley, 1964-67 Famularo, Frank, 1965-67 Farmer, Homer G., 1908-11 Federico, Gino, 2001-03 Fenwick, Joe, 1954-56 Ferguson, Marlon, 1983-87 Ferguson, Ralph, 1935 Fenwick, Joseph, 1953-56 Ferraro, Ross, 1929 Fields, Levance, 2005-09 Finneman, John, 1999-00 Fisher, Brian, 1963-65 Fisher, Paul, 1927-28 Fitzgerald, Dave, 1978-79 Flannagan, W.H., 1924 Fleming, Sam, 1971-74 Flinn, S.D. (Mgr), 1916 Flores, Stephen, 1997-99 Foley, Jack (Mgr), 1942-43 Foley, James, 1959-61 Follansbee, William, 1933 Forquer, 46-47 Frederick, W., 1946-48 Freed, Donald (Mgr), 1977 Freeman, Leroy, 1972-73 Fridley, John, 1958-61 Frishman, Morris, 1912-13 Frontone, Jack, 1951-55 Frye, Tim, 2007-10 Funk, Bernard, 1922

G Gant, Chris, 1991-95 Garcia, Joseph, 1937-38 Gardella, Chris, 1994-98 Garnham, 1944-46 Garvin, R.O. (Mgr), 1924 Generalovich, Brian, 1961-64 Generalovich, Brock, 1989-93 Generalovich, Nick, 1964-66 Gennock, J., 1945-47 Gerensky, Thaddeus, 1948-49 Gibbs, Ashton, 2008-11 Gill, Michael, 1995-96 Gill, W.W., 1906

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Ginevan, Dave, 1961-62 Glenn, 1943-44 Gissendanner, Darrell, 1978-82 Glover, Tim, 1990-92 Gob, Art, 1957-58 Goldsmith, M.F., 1907-08 Goodson, Mike, 1985-87 Goodwin, 1942-43 Gordon, Steve, 1978-79 Gore, Demetreus, l984-88 Gorman, 1943-44 Gow, J. Steele (Mgr), 1916 Graham, G.R., 1912-15 Graves, Antonio, 2003-07 Gray, Aaron, 2003-07 Greenleaf, Rob (Mgr), 1990 Greer, Ricardo, 1997-01 Grevey, Scott, 1978-82 Grgurich, Tim, 1961-64 Gustine, Frank, Jr., 1967-68

PITT BASKETBALL FAMILY TREE

John Riser (1954-57)) is ranked among Pitt’s career leaders in both scoring and rebounding. He scored 1,164 points and pulled down 775 rebounds.

FFATHER-SON FA ATHER-SON COMBOS Samuel David (1945-49) and Joey David (1983-86) Brian Generalovich (1961-64) and Brock Generalovich (1989-93)

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Hammer, R.T., 1917 Hanson, James (Mgr), 192930 Harper, James (Mgr), 1951 Harris, Larry, 1974-78 Harrison, Ed, 1970-71 Hartman, 1937-38 Hastings, C.E., 1916-17 Hawkins, Isaac, 1996-01 Haygood, Robert, 1974-76 Healy, T.F., 1914-15 Heller, J., 1945-46 Hennon, Don, 1956-59 Hepworth, Ken, 1961-62 Hersh, Charles, 1969 Hill, Lewis, 1973-75 Hillgrove, Bill (Mgr), 1989 Hoban, Walter, 1927 Holder, Terry, 1962-63 Holmes, Jeremy, 1998-00 Holstein, Floyd, 1949-51 Hoggan, G., 1945-46 Horne, Chris, 1997-98 Howard, Andre, 1995-97 Hriebar, Frank, 1951-52 Hromanik, George, 1948-51 Hudec, Rudy, 1948-50 Hudson, Doyle, 2005-07 Hughes, Charles, 1933-35

BROTHER COMBINATIONS A Orlando Antigua (1991-95) and Oliver Antigua (1995-98) Robert Caldwell (1964-67) and Michael Caldwell (1968-71) Brian Generalovich (1961-64) and Nick Generalovich (1964-66) Charles Hughes (1933-35) and William Hughes (1933-35) Billy Knight (1971-74) and Terry Knight (1974-79) Edward Lawry (1939) and Thomas Lawry (1930-32) Alphonse Wrobleski (1928-30) and Stephen Wrobleski (192628) Steve Zernich (1941-43) and Wally Zernich (1943-47)

Hughes, T.M., 1914 Hughes, William, 1933-35 Hunt, Charles, 1967-69 Hursh, Charles, 1955-58 Husa, Ed, 1955-56 Hyatt, Charles, 1929-30

J Jacobsen, Morris, 1945-46 Jaquette, M.M. (Mgr), 1925 Jarrell, Kent (Mgr), 1960 Jesko, William, 1935-37 Jinks, Ben, 1960-63 Johnson, Chad, 2000-02 Johnson, Gilbert, 1988-90 Johnson, Robert, 1936-38 Johnson, Trent, 1981-83 Jones, 1941-42 Jones, Antoine, 1990-93 Jones, B.L, 1925 Jones, Bobby, 1978-79 Jones, Chris, 1970-72 Jones, D., 1956-57 Jones, Derek, 1993-94 Jones, F. Walter, 1941-44 Jordan, Gandhi, 1990-92 Jordan, Gerald, 1995-97 Jordan, Lloyd, 1921-23

K Kalata, Leonard, 1966-69 Kaliden, Bill, 1956-57 Katsafanas, Chris, 1964-65 Kauffman, Robert (Mgr), 1950 Keese, Lucius, 1972-75 Keller, Don, 1958-60 Kelly, Lewis, 1973-74 Kelly, Willie, 1973-76 Kendall, Levon, 2003-07 Kendrick, John, 1949-52 Kennedy, Louis P., 1916 Kiehl, Dave (Mgr), 1994 King, Wade W., 1924-25 Kirby, Roosevelt, 1981-82 Kleiman, Phil, 1955-56 Klein, James, 1938-41 Kline, James, 1946 Knight, Billy, 1971-74 Knight, Brandin, 1999-03 Knight, Terry, 1974-79 Kocheran, George, 1939-41 Kochka, Paul, 1975-77 Kondrad, Francis, 1958-59 Koontz, Shaun, 1993-94 Kowallis, George, 1925-27 Kowallis, James, 1925-26 Kraft, R, 1952-53 Krauser, Carl, 2002-06 Krieger, Paul, 1961-64

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Andre Alridge (1992-96) is ranked among Pitt’s career and season assists leaders. He concluded his career with 258 total assists in 77 games.

Lake, Herb, 1982-83 Landerman, N., 1949-50 Landy, Danny, 1977-79 Lane, Jerome, 1985-88 Laneve, John, 1954-57 Larkin, John, 1961-64 Latagliata, Ed, 1942-48 Laughren, James, 1919-20 LaValley, James, 1964-67 Lawry, Edward, 1939 Lawry, Thomas, 1930-32 Layton, Derrick, 1988-90 Lazor, Bob, 1954-57 Lazor, Paul, 1958-61 Lepkowski, Richard, 1952-55 Lerner, Morton, 1947-49 Lescott, Richard, 1954-55 Leslie, Kevin, 1997-98 Lester, Howard, 1955-58 Lett, Ontario, 2001-03 Levin, Solomon, 1939-40 Levine, M., 1961 Levinson, Hyman, 1925-26 Lewis, Darrell, 1954-55 Lewis, Junie, 1984-85 Lewis, Sonny, 1976-78 Lewis, R. Steve, 1969-71

PITTSBURGH GRADUATES WHO COACHED AT PITT (Also includes director of basketball operations) Brandin Knight (Pitt, ‘05) Oliver Antigua (Pitt, ‘98) Orlando Antigua (Pitt ‘95) Jim Bolla (Pitt ’75) H.C. “Doc” Carlson (Pitt ‘18) Cleveland Edwards (Pitt ’72) Tim Grgurich (Pitt ’64) Sean Miller (Pitt ’92)

Billy and Terry Knight are one of eight different brother combinations to compete at Pitt. The Knight brothers, who played from 1971-79, combined to score 2,610 points and pull down 1,352 rebounds.

Lindsay, John V., 1911 Lissfeldt, Elmer, 1925-27 Lockhart, Howard, 1958-61 Lockhart, Jarrett, 1996-00 Lohmeyer, Paul, 1940-43 Long, Dale, 1961-62 Loucks, Frank, 1934-36 Loughran, John, 1918 -19 Lovett, Robert, 1963-66 Lubic, Ben, 1914-17 Luther, Jon, 1986-87 Lynch, J. Donald (Mgr), 1928

M Maczuzak, John, 1960-63 Maile, Jason, 1992-97 Malarkey, Bill, 1959-60 Malarkey, Clare, 1941-46 Malmberg, Arthur, 1948-51 Maloney, Tom, 1957-62 Mandish, 1957-58 Maravich, Eliot, 1959-60 Marder, Philip, 1944-45 Markovich, Milan, 1954-57 Markovitz, Alvin (Mgr), 1954 Marsh, Howard, 1906 Martin, Bobby, 1987-91 Martin, Mickey, 1971-74 Martin, Stan, 1972-73

Maruczewski, Edward, 194546 Maser, Ron, 1958-59 Maslek, Steve, 1986-89 Mastin, 1940-41 Matson, Joseph, 1915-16 Matthews, 1941-42 Matthews, Jason, 1987-91 Matthews, Ted, 1953-54 Mauro, Bill, 1957-60 McBride, Greg, 1973-75 McCamant, Donald, 1932-34 McCance, 1937-38 McCandless, W.T., 1906-07 McCarroll, Mark, 2000-05 McClean, John, 1919-20 McClellan, Pat, 1968-69 McClellend, Ralph, 1974-76 McClure, James, 1951-53 McCormick, James, 1906 McCracken, G.H., 1920-21 McCrossin, George, 1946-50 McCullough, T.B., 1914-16 McCullough, Jerry, 1991-96 McCurdy, R.K. (Mgr), 1920 McElhinney, J.W., 1907-08 McFadden, D. (Mgr), 1919 McFarland, Robert, 1967-70 McGhee, Gary, 2007-11 McIntyre, Bill, 1962-64

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McKenna, William (Mgr), 1938 McLaren, George W., 1917-18 McMahon, J.W., 1926-28 McMaster, Louis, 1916 McMillian, Lennie, 1979-81 McNally, Roth, 1964-65 McNeal, Chris, 1990-93 McNulty, Frank, 1917 McQuown, Bill (Mgr), 1913 Medich, 1945-46 Melnick, A., 1945-46 Mendlow, 1937-38 Merchant, 1942-43 Mervis, Louis, 1919 Mesher, John, 1957-59 Michalik, Karl, 1944-45 Miklasevich, Matt, 1982-86 Milanovich, Samuel, 1938-41 Miller, D., 1952-53 Miller, Dwight, 2009-10 Miller, Sean, 1987-92 Mills, John, 1957-60 Mitchell, Bryan, 1982-84 Mobley, Eric, 1991-94 Montgomery, Ray, 1929 Moore, J.J., 2010-11 Morgan, Jermaine, 1990-94 Morningstar, Darren, 1989-92 Morris, Carl, 1970-73 Morris, Frank, 1944-47 Morris, Toree, 2000-04 Moses, Omo, 1990-91 Mueller, C., 1945-46 Mulert, Carl (Mgr), 1922 Murray, C.K. (Mgr), 1914 Murray, Leon, 1996-97

N Naponik, Paul, 1967-68 Navakovich, Alex G., 1952-54 Nedrow, Scott, 1973-78 Neverson, Carlton, 1978-81 Nicholas, C.E., 1918 Nicholas, E.D., 1917 Nicholich, Thomas, 1956 Noon, Peter, 1934-36 Nordstrom, G, 1945-46 Null, 1945-46 Nwankwo, Aron, 2010-11

O Oakes, William (Mgr), 1940

Peterson, Harry (Mgr), 1959 Peterson, Jaime, 1993-95 Petrini, Robert, 1967-70 Phillips, 1943-44 Phillips, Scott, 1950-53 Polen, Maurice, 2006-08 Pollack, S., 1945-46 Port, Melvin, 1938-41 Porter, Darelle, 1987-91 Prey, 1942-43 Primus, Fred, 1998-99 Ptacek, Charles, 1942-43

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Chad Varga (1994-97) completed a three-year career with 10.5 points and 5.6 rebounds per game averages.

Ochsenhirt, N.C., 1932-34 O’Gorek, Paul, 1969-72 Olinger, Dave, 1977-81 Olofson, T., 1960-62 Osborn, Bill, 1986-87

P Paffrath, Lawrence, 1938-42 Page, Julius, 2000-04 Palesko, Chester, 1950-53 Pandak, William, 1943-44 Parsons, William, 1924-26 Pataky, 1939-40 Pataky, John, 1968-70 Patcher, Michael, 1967-70 Patterson, Lamar, 2010-11 Paul, Michael, 1969-72 Paul, W.B. (Mgr), 1918 Pavlick, Ed, 1952-55 Peavy, Terry, 1977-78 Penman, R.N., 1918 Pegues, Julius, 1955-58

ALL-TIME ASSISTANT COACHES (List also includes graduate assistants, volunteers and director of basketball operations) Assistant Coach Years Assistant Coach Years Oliver Antigua ......... 1998-99 Bob Hill ................... 1975-78 Orlando Antigua ..... 2003-08 Willie Jett ............... 1990-92 Dom Berardinelli .... 1983-86 Bobby Jones .......... 1994-97 Jim Bolla ................ 1975-80 Brandin Knight ....... 2007-11 Kirk Bruce .............. 1975-76 Norm Law .............. 1986-94 Ronald Burns .......... 1986-88 Joe Lombardi ......... 2003-06 John Calipari .......... 1985-88 Sean Miller ............. 1995-96 Chris Carlson .......... 2001-03 Dave Olinger ........... 1981-82 Jim Christian .......... 1996-99 Lennie Parham ....... 1999-01 Sean Cleary ............ 1994-96 Carl Peterson .......... 1952-67 Mark Coleman ....... 1986-94 Dave Progar ............ 1980-83 David Cox ............... 2006-07 Brian Regan 1988-90,07-11 Tom Crean ............. 1994-95 Mike Rice ............... 2006-07 Joe DeGregorio ...... 1983-86 Barry Rohrssen ....... 1999-06 Joe DeSantis .......... 1992-94 Pat Sandle ... 1999-01,03-11 Jamie Dixon ........... 1999-03 John Sarandrea ..... 1988-92 Jay Eck .................. 1983-85 Mike Schaeffer ...... 1979-80 Cleveland Edwards . 1977-80 Pat Skerry .............. 2010-11 Seth Greenberg ...... 1980-83 Vince Taylor ............ 1997-98 Tim Grgurich .......... 1965-75 Reggie Warford ...... 1980-86 Don Hennon ........... 1959-60 Troy Weaver ........... 1996-99 Tom Herrion ........... 2007-10 Fran Webster .......... 1969-80 Ernie Zeigler ........... 2001-03

Rabinowitz, Harry (Mgr), 1953 Radosevich, George, 1949-51 Radvansky, Michael, 1936-38 Ragan, Thomas, 1944-47 Raisley, C. M., 1908 Ramon, Ronald, 2004-08 Rasp, John, 1986-90 Raymond, Edward, 1940-42 Reed, Wallace, 1926-28 Reese, Charles, 1912-14 Reeves, Alphonse, 1938-39 Resutek, Joe, 1952-55 Reinhard, Roy (Mgr), 1944-45 Reisgen, Ralph, 1920 Repp, John, 1920 Reppert, Joe, 1955 Reuschel, Bill, 1951-53 Rex, William (Mgr), 1941 Rhymes, Marlon, 1992-93 Rice, Michael, 1976-77 Richards, Roy, 1946 Richards, Thomas, 1972-76 Richardson, Bob, 1964-65 Richardson, J.J., 2009-11 Richman, Ben, 1926 Riciutti, Al, 1961-62 Riggle, Michael, 1968-71 Rihaneck, William, 1926-27 Riser, John, 1954-57 Rivers, Nick, 2009-11 Rizk, Geoff, 2006-07 Roantree, Tom, 1962-65 Roberts, R., 1961-62 Roberts, Tony, 1977-79 Robinson, H.K., 1918-20 Robinson, Jeff, 1983-84 Robinson, Nasir, 2008-11 Roderick, Theodore, 1934-36 Roman, Dave, 1962-64 Rose, Chester F., 1906 Rose, E.A., 1921-23 Ross, Mark, 1971-72 Roster, Chester, (NA) Rowe, Luther, 1936-37 Ruby, Daryle, 1936-37 Ruby, Daryle, 1962-65 Rueschel, 1952-53 Ryan, John, 1979-81 Ryan, Leo (Mgr), 1937

Shay, Bill, 1957-61 Sheffield, Calvin, 1961-64 Shepherd, Darryl, 1984-86 Shin, Michael, 1997-98 Shober, Steven, 1946-47 Shorter, Brian, 1988-91 Show, Bob, 1954-55 Shrewsbury, Robert, 1973-76 Shrott, Robert (Mgr), 1963 Shuber, Stephen, 1941-47 Shuman, John, 1907 Sies, Dale, 1917 Siglow, Alphonse (Mgr), 1948 Sikora, John (Mgr), 1976 Silverman, 1940-41 Simpson, Lloyd, 1957-60 Simpson, Robert (Mgr), 1929 Slaby, Lou, 1960-61 Small, Charles, 2003-06 Smith, Charles, 1984-88 Smith, Darwin, 1958-61 Smith, Don, 1933-35 Smith, Gary, 1977-78 Smith, Kelvin, 1976-77 Smith, Pete, 1965-68 Smith, Roger, 1961-62 Spartz, 1940-42 Spotovich, Ed, 1935-38 Spruill, Mahdi, 1994-95 Spunger, 1945-46 Starr, Keith, 1972-75 Steadman, Lee (Mgr), 1964 Steinhart, Don, 1959-61 Stewart, E., 1945-46 Stephens, Scott, 1973-75 Stevanovic, Zelimir, 2000-01 Stevenson, Sylvester, 1966-68 Stewart, DeWarren, 1993-94 Strall, Edward, 1939-41 Straloski, 1938-41 Straw, Richard, 1913-14 Strickland, Pete, 1975-79 Sulkowski, William, 1971-73 Supak, 1945-46 Sutyak, Nick, 1958-59 Swacus, John, 1940-43 Szykowny, Larry, 1963-66

T Taft, Chris, 2003-05 Tait, Sutton, 1953-55 Talbott, Wayne, 1973-78

U Underwood, Dave, 1977-80

V Varga, Chad, 1994-97 Vaughan, Clyde, 1980-84 Verderber, R., 1956-57 Vey, E. Kenneth, 1943-44 Virostek, Don, 1950-53 Vujnovic, Daniel, 1938-39

W Wagoner, Ken, 1971-74 Wainio, Francis, 1935 Wallace, Austin, 2007-08 Wallace, Dwayne, 1978-82 Wallace, Ed, 1978-81 Warning, Clare,1950-51 Wanamaker, Brad, 2007-11 Warnock, R.Q. (Mgr), 1926 Washington, David, 1976-77 Wassell, Charles (Mgr), 1939 Watkins, 1944-45 Watkins, Chip, 1981-85 Wattach, Richard (Mgr), 1934 Weger, Elmer, 1908-11 Wernicki, Mike, 1994-95 Westbrooks, Mike, 1998-00 Westover, Bert J., 1907 Whyle, Robert, 1906 Willard, Kevin , 1995-97 Williams, Andre, 1981-85 Williams, Charles, 1980-82 Williams, J., 1945-46 Williams, Wayne, 1975-79 Wilson, C.R. (Mgr), 1927 Wilson, Don, 1971-72 Windbush, Jim 1975-76 Withers, Thomas, 1968-70 Wolbers, 1937-38 Wolfe, Milt (Mgr), 1955 Woodall, Travon, 2009-11 Worrell, Derrick, 1999-00 Woznicki, Richard, 1956-58 Wrobleski, Alphonse, 1928-30 Wrobleski, Stephen, 1926-28 Wunderlich, D., 1956-57

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S Sankey, Bob, 1959-62 Santangelo, G, 1945-46 Sari, D., 1952-53 Sauer, Dave, 1961-64 Sawyer, Dave, 1956-59 Scheiding, 1937-38 Scherer, John, 1937-40 Scheuermann, Ed, 1976-81 Schinitzki, T., 1961-62 Schoon, Rodney, 1970-71 Schultz, 1943-46 Scott, Jack, 1937-39 Scott, J.L. (Mgr), 1917 Scott, Kent, 1969-72 Seabrooks, Chris, 1998-01 Shannon, Dean (Mgr), 1920 Shareef, Ahmad, 1990-94

Taylor, Dante, 2009-11 Taylor, Kellii, 1996-00 Terbush, C.E., 1906 Thomas, Garrick, 1992-1996 Thompson, Bob, 1965-67 Thompson, Charles, 1994-95 Thompson, Chas, 1981-85 Tiesi, Ryan, 2008-09 Topp, Irvin (Mgr), 1964 Troutman, Chevon, 2001-05 Tweardy, James, 1969-71

Yee, Fred, 1955-56 Young, Paul, 1922 Young, Sam, 2005-09 Yurko, Robert, 1948-51

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Sammie Ellis (1978-81) averaged 16.5 points and 7.5 rebounds over a twoyear, 55-game career at Pitt.

Zanna, Talib, 2010-11 Zavackas, Donatas, 1999-03 Zeleznik, Myles, 1937-38 Zeller, Hank, 1944-46 Zernich, Michael, 1950-53 Zernich, Steve, 1941-43 Zernich, Wally, 1943-44, 46-47 Ziegler, Travis, 1989-93 Zimmovan, Frank, 1953-56 Ziolkowski, Ed, 1940-42 Zito, Bill, 1956-58

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Air Force .................................. 1 ........ 0 Akron ....................................... 3 ........ 1 Alabama .................................. 2 ........ 2 Alabama-Birmingham ............. 0 ........ 2 Alaska-Anchorage ................... 1 ........ 0 Albany ...................................... 1 ........ 0 Albright .................................... 0 ........ 1 Allegheny ............................... 16 ...... 10 American ................................. 1 ........ 0 Amherst ................................... 1 ........ 0

Eastern Michigan ..................... 2 ........ 1 Evansville .................................. 3 ........ 2 Fairfield .................................... 1 ........ 0 Fairleigh Dickinson .................. 1 ........ 0 Florida ...................................... 4 ........ 2 Florida A&M ............................. 1 ........ 0 Florida State ............................ 9 ........ 1 Fordham ................................ 13 ........ 8 Franklin & Marshall ................. 1 ........ 0 Furman .................................... 2 ........ 0

Miami (Fla.) ........................... 17 ...... 16 Miami (Ohio) ............................ 3 ...... 10 Michigan .................................. 6 ...... 11 Michigan State ........................ 1 ........ 3 Minnesota ................................ 2 ........ 1 Mississippi ................................ 1 ........ 0 Mississippi State ...................... 0 ........ 1 Mississippi Valley State ........... 1 ........ 0 Missouri State .......................... 0 ........ 1 Montana State ........................ 1 ........ 0

Saint Joseph’s ......................... 2 ........ 0 St. Lawrence ........................... 0 ........ 1 Saint Louis ............................... 1 ........ 3 Saint Peter’s ............................ 1 ........ 0 St. Vincent ............................... 1 ........ 0 Savannah State ....................... 1 ........ 0 Seton Hall .............................. 31 ...... 20 Siena ........................................ 3 ........ 1 South Carolina ......................... 2 ........ 5 South Florida ........................... 5 ........ 3

Appalachian State ................... 1 ........ 0 Arizona ..................................... 2 ........ 3 Arkansas .................................. 2 ........ 2 Arkansas-Pine Bluff ................. 1 ........ 0 Army ....................................... 18 ...... 15 Army-Ambulance ..................... 0 ........ 1 Auburn ..................................... 2 ........ 0 Baldwin Wallace ...................... 2 ........ 0 Ball State ................................. 0 ........ 1 Bellefonte ................................ 2 ........ 1

Geneva ................................... 30 ...... 14 George Mason ......................... 1 ........ 0 George Washington ............... 17 ........ 9 Georgetown ........................... 34 ...... 40 Georgetown College (Ky.) ....... 1 ........ 0 Georgia .................................... 2 ........ 3 Georgia Tech ............................ 0 ........ 5 Gettysburg ................................ 6 ........ 1 Grove City .............................. 10 ...... 11 Hardin Simmons ...................... 1 ........ 0

Morehead State ....................... Morgan State .......................... Morris Brown ........................... Morris Harvey ........................... Mount St. Mary’s ..................... Mount Union ............................ Murray State ............................ Muskingum .............................. Navy ......................................... Nebraska ..................................

1 ........ 0 2 ........ 0 1 ........ 0 0 ........ 1 4 ........ 0 9 ........ 2 1 ........ 0 2 ........ 0 8 ...... 13 3 ........ 1

Southeastern Louisiana ........... 1 ........ 0 Southern California ................. 2 ........ 2 Southern Illinois ....................... 2 ........ 1 Stanford ................................... 1 ........ 1 Stetson .................................... 1 ........ 0 Susquehanna ........................... 1 ........ 0 Swarthmore ............................. 3 ........ 2 Syracuse ................................ 38 ...... 61 Tampa ...................................... 1 ........ 0 Temple ................................... 22 ...... 20

Belmont ................................... 1 ........ 0 Bethany .................................... 8 ........ 0 Binghamton ............................. 1 ........ 0 Boston College ...................... 29 ...... 17 Boston U. ................................. 1 ........ 0 Bowling Green ......................... 0 ........ 1 Bradley ..................................... 1 ........ 5 BYU .......................................... 0 ........ 1 Brown ....................................... 2 ........ 0 Bucknell ................................. 18 ........ 9

Harvard .................................... Hawaii ...................................... Hiram ....................................... Holy Cross ................................ Houston .................................... Houston Baptist ....................... Howard .................................... Idaho ........................................ Illinois ....................................... Illinois-Chicago ........................

New Hampshire ....................... New Orleans ............................ New York University ................. Niagara .................................... Norfolk State ........................... North Carolina .......................... UNC Asheville .......................... North Carolina A&T ................. North Carolina State ............... North Florida ............................

2 ........ 0 3 ........ 1 2 ........ 5 1 ........ 2 2 ........ 0 1 ........ 7 1 ........ 0 3 ........ 0 1 ........ 9 1 ........ 0

Tennessee ................................ 2 ........ 3 Texas ........................................ 2 ........ 1 Texas A&M ............................... 1 ........ 0 Texas-Pan American ............... 1 ........ 0 Texas Tech ............................... 1 ........ 0 Thiel ......................................... 1 ........ 0 Toledo ...................................... 3 ........ 1 Tulane ...................................... 4 ........ 1 UCLA ........................................ 1 ........ 6 Utah ......................................... 0 ........ 2

Buffalo ..................................... 8 ........ 1 Buffalo State ........................... 1 ........ 0 Butler ....................................... 6 ........ 7 California .................................. 1 ........ 2 Cal State-Fullerton .................. 1 ........ 0 Cal State-Los Angeles ............ 1 ........ 0 Canisius .................................... 1 ........ 2 Carnegie Mellon .................. 106 ...... 18 Case Western Reserve ............ 4 ........ 3 Central Conn. State ................ 1 ........ 0

Illinois State ............................. 2 ........ 2 Indiana ..................................... 4 ........ 4 Indiana (Pa.) .......................... 11 ........ 0 IUPUI ......................................... 1 ........ 0 Iona .......................................... 1 ........ 1 Iowa ......................................... 5 ........ 2 Iowa State ............................... 1 ........ 0 Jacksonville ............................. 2 ........ 1 James Madison ....................... 0 ........ 1 Juniata ..................................... 8 ........ 1

Northeastern ............................ 1 ........ 0 Northern Arizona ..................... 1 ........ 0 Northwest Missouri State ........ 1 ........ 0 Northwestern ........................... 8 ...... 10 Notre Dame ........................... 27 ...... 29 Oakland .................................... 3 ........ 0 Ohio .......................................... 3 ........ 1 Ohio Northern .......................... 1 ........ 0 Ohio State .............................. 11 ...... 15 Ohio Wesleyan ......................... 1 ........ 0

Utah State ............................... 1 ........ 1 Utica ......................................... 1 ........ 0 Vanderbilt ................................. 2 ........ 1 Vermont ................................... 3 ........ 0 Villanova ................................. 30 ...... 32 Virginia ..................................... 3 ........ 7 Virginia Commonwealth .......... 2 ........ 3 Virginia Tech ............................ 5 ........ 3 Wagner .................................... 1 ........ 0 Washington .............................. 2 ........ 2

Central Florida ......................... Chicago .................................... Chicago State .......................... Cincinnati ................................. City College of New York ........ Clemson ................................... Cleveland State ....................... Colgate .................................... Colorado .................................. Columbia ..................................

Kansas ..................................... 2 ........ 3 Kent State ............................... 9 ........ 8 Kentucky .................................. 2 ........ 4 Lafayette ................................ 16 ........ 6 Lamar ....................................... 0 ........ 1 LaSalle ..................................... 1 ........ 0 Lehigh ...................................... 3 ........ 5 Long Island .............................. 1 ........ 0 Louisiana-Lafayette ................. 1 ........ 0 Louisiana State ....................... 2 ........ 2

Oklahoma ................................ 1 ........ 2 Oklahoma State ....................... 5 ........ 4 Oral Roberts ............................. 1 ........ 0 Oregon State ........................... 0 ........ 3 Pacific ...................................... 0 ........ 1 Penn ......................................... 6 ........ 7 Penn State ............................. 70 ...... 75 Pepperdine ............................... 0 ........ 2 Prairie View A&M ..................... 2 ........ 0 Princeton .................................. 2 ........ 1

Washington State .................... 1 ........ 0 Washington & Jefferson ........ 40 ........ 5 Washington & Lee ................... 1 ........ 0 Waynesburg ............................. 3 ........ 3 West Texas State ..................... 0 ........ 1 West Virginia .......................... 87 ...... 95 West Virginia Wesleyan ........... 7 ........ 0 Western Kentucky ................... 1 ........ 0 Western Michigan ................... 1 ........ 0 *Westinghouse Club ................ 6 ........ 1

Connecticut ........................... 28 ...... 31 Coppin State ............................ 3 ........ 0 Cornell .................................... 11 ........ 5 Creighton ................................. 1 ........ 2 Dartmouth ................................ 9 ........ 1 Davidson .................................. 3 ........ 2 Davis & Elkins .......................... 1 ........ 0 Dayton ...................................... 1 ........ 1 Delaware State ........................ 3 ........ 0 Denver ...................................... 0 ........ 1 DePaul ...................................... 7 ........ 1

Louisiana Tech ......................... Louisville .................................. Loyola (La.) .............................. Loyola (Md.) ............................ Loyola Marymount ................... Maine ....................................... Manhattan ............................... Marietta ................................... Marist ....................................... Marquette ................................ Marshall ...................................

0 ........ 1 5 ........ 5 1 ........ 1 1 ........ 0 0 ........ 1 1 ........ 0 2 ........ 0 3 ........ 1 2 ........ 0 8 ........ 6 4 ........ 0

Providence ............................. 29 ...... 17 Puerto Rico .............................. 0 ........ 1 Puerto Rico A&M ..................... 1 ........ 0 Purdue ...................................... 4 ........ 6 Rensselaer ............................... 1 ........ 0 Rhode Island ............................ 6 ........ 1 Richmond ................................ 2 ........ 0 Rider ......................................... 1 ........ 0 Rio Grande ............................... 1 ........ 0 Robert Morris ......................... 29 ........ 0 Rochester ................................ 1 ........ 1

Westminster ........................... 48 ...... 33 Wheeling .................................. 1 ........ 0 Wichita State ........................... 1 ........ 1 William & Mary ........................ 8 ........ 5 Wisconsin ................................. 7 ...... 11 Wittenberg ............................... 0 ........ 1 Wofford .................................... 1 ........ 0 Wooster .................................... 3 ........ 3 Wright State ............................ 3 ........ 0 Xavier ....................................... 4 ........ 3 Yale ........................................... 4 ........ 2

Detroit ...................................... 0 ........ 1 Drake ....................................... 0 ........ 2 Duke ......................................... 6 ........ 6 Duquesne ............................... 48 ...... 31 East Tennessee State .............. 1 ........ 0 Eastern Kentucky .................... 3 ........ 0

Maryland .................................. 2 ........ 5 Maryland-Baltimore County .... 2 ........ 0 Maryland-Eastern Shore ......... 2 ........ 0 Massachusetts ....................... 10 ........ 4 Memphis .................................. 1 ........ 1 Mercyhurst ............................... 1 ........ 0

Rollins ...................................... 1 ........ 0 Rutgers .................................. 23 ...... 23 St. Bonaventure ...................... 5 ........ 2 St. Francis (Pa.) .................... 28 ........ 0 St. Francis (N.Y.) ..................... 3 ........ 0 St. John’s .............................. 21 ...... 34

Youngstown State ................... 6 ........ 1

1 ........ 0 1 ........ 0 3 ........ 0 8 ........ 7 0 ........ 1 1 ........ 0 5 ........ 2 6 ........ 5 1 ........ 0 4 ........ 3

3 ........ 0 1 ........ 2 2 ........ 1 2 ........ 1 1 ........ 0 1 ........ 0 3 ........ 0 1 ........ 0 2 ........ 4 1 ........ 0

ALL-TIME RECORD .......... 1,471 . 1,048 ALL-TIME BIG EAST ........... 265 .... 223 *Club team

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

ALL-TIME SCORES 1905-06 „ 2-9 Coach: Benjamin F. Printz Date 1/11 1/15 1/19 1/25 1/26 2/10 2/17 2/23 2/24 3/5 3/17

Opponent pp Wooster Westminster (10) Geneva Geneva Grove City Wooster West Virginia Grove City at Westminster (10) Penn State Allegheny

Coach: Dr. George M. Flint Pitt Opp. pp W/L 14 34 L 15 35 L 24 18 W 18 28 L 19 21 L 21 23 L 30 25 W 25 30 L 13 106 L 4 30 L 14 45 L

1906-07 „ 6-5 Coach: Benjamin F. Printz Date n/a 1/24 n/a n/a n/a 2/14 2/19 3/2 n/a 3/23 n/a

Opponent pp at Grove City Westminster (18) at Westminster (18) Allegheny Grove City West Virginia Mount Union at West Virginia at Mount Union Carnegie Tech Carnegie Tech

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 16 34 L 18 20 L 27 37 L 21 40 L 41 28 W 44 14 W 36 22 W 20 26 L 44 19 W 36 14 W 26 12 W

1907-08 „ 10-6 Coach: Harry Hough Date 12/31 1/10 1/18 1/24 1/31 2/5 2/6 2/14 2/21 2/29 3/2 3/4 3/7 3/14 3/19 3/27

Opponent pp Pennsylvania (3) Carnegie Tech West Virginia Mount Union Marietta at Bucknell at Penn State (16) George Washington Carnegie Tech at Mount Union at Wooster at Marietta at West Virginia Wooster Case Western Reserve Carnegie Tech

1911-12 „ 10-9

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 12 31 L 30 21 W 25 22 W 28 24 W 49 22 W 14 16 L 13 30 L 41 21 W 21 26 L 10 39 L 11 30 L 36 19 W 20 19 W 36 28 W 35 21 W 38 22 W

Date 1/5 1/13 1/19 1/20 1/26 2/2 2/9 2/16 2/23 2/24 3/1 3/4 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/15 3/16

Opponent pp Waynesburg at Mount Union Juniata at Grove City (6) Case Western Reserve at Carnegie Tech Mount Union Grove City (6) Hiram at Allegheny (5) Carnegie Tech at Gettysburg at Mount St. Mary’s at Georgetown at Albright at Swarthmore at Susquehanna Bellefonte Allegheny (5)

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 38 31 W 16 14 W 33 34 L 17 27 L 34 28 W 24 17 W 34 21 W 22 24 L 43 38 W 15 39 L 31 28 W 25 31 L 29 28 W 17 21 L 23 34 L 26 51 L 26 23 W 42 25 W 15 35 L

1912-13 „ 15-7 Coach: Dr. George M. Flint Date 12/27 1/10 1/17 1/21 1/24 1/31 2/3 2/4 2/5 2/6 2/7 2/8 2/14 2/20 2/21 2/22 2/28 3/4 3/7 3/8 3/18 3/21

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L Pennsylvania 22 18 W Juniata 43 29 W Penn State (12) 26 30 L at Geneva 31 19 W Bellefonte 38 23 W Mount Union 43 21 W at Georgetown 32 26 W at Mount St. Mary’s 25 20 W at Gettysburg 27 11 W at Franklin & Marshall 24 17 W at Swarthmore 31 25 W at Lehigh 25 39 L Case Western Reserve 22 23 L at Bucknell 25 15 W at Bellefonte 30 35 L 20 31 L at Penn State (12) Wooster 30 29 W Washington & Jefferson 32 19 W West Virginia Wesleyan 36 29 W at Allegheny (12) 23 28 L Washington & Jefferson 31 19 W 19 35 L at Allegheny (12)

1913-14 „ 9-8 Coach: Dr. George M. Flint

1908-09 „ No Team 1909-10 „ No Team 1910-11 „ 6-6 Coach: Wohlparth Wegner Date 1/13 1/17 1/20 2/3 2/10 2/18 2/21 2/24 2/25 3/9 3/17 3/24

Opponent pp Waynesburg at Geneva Carnegie Tech Geneva at Carnegie Tech at Hiram at Akron Juniata at Mount Union Hiram at Waynesburg Mount Union

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 31 20 W 18 32 L 30 25 W 44 27 W 20 30 L 18 43 L 15 32 L 42 29 W 29 39 L 49 22 W 19 35 L 24 23 W

Date 1/9 1/16 1/20 1/27 1/28 1/29 1/30 1/31 2/13 2/14 2/21 2/24 2/28 3/6 3/8 3/12 3/20

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L Geneva 28 21 W at Carnegie Tech 32 23 W Penn State 26 29 L at Niagara 25 29 L at Colgate 25 42 L at Syracuse 29 36 L at St. Lawrence 14 17 L at Rochester 12 53 L Mount Union 36 10 W at Westinghouse Club 40 24 W Carnegie Tech 42 27 W Washington & Jefferson 21 19 W at Penn State 17 26 L Westinghouse Club 51 32 W Juniata 47 40 W at Washington & Jefferson 13 22 L Wooster 46 22 W

1914-15 „ 14-4 „ Concluded season ranked No. 16 nationally in the Premo-Porretta Power Poll Coach: Dr. George M. Flint

Date 1/12 1/15 1/16 1/22 1/29 2/3 2/4 2/5 2/6 2/12 2/13 2/16 2/23 2/24 2/27 3/5 3/6 3/13

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L Carnegie Tech 42 22 W Juniata 28 27 W Penn State (14) 35 32 W Gettysburg 41 30 W West Virginia 42 18 W at Lehigh 28 29 L at Lafayette 31 24 W at Rutgers 26 23 W at Army (5) 18 25 L Allegheny (10) 21 34 L Westinghouse Club 38 30 W Washington & Jefferson 28 19 W at Washington & Jefferson 45 25 W at Penn State (14) 28 31 L at Juniata 55 26 W at Carnegie Tech 47 30 W Penn State 39 35 W at Swarthmore 40 26 W

1915-16 „ 16-2 „ Concluded season ranked No. 7 nationally in the Premo-Porretta Power Poll Coach: Dr. George M. Flint Date 1/21 12/21 1/7 1/14 1/27 2/5 2/9 2/10 2/11 2/12 2/19 2/21 2/25 2/26 3/3 3/4 3/7 3/11

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L Carnegie Tech 37 25 W Yale 31 29 W Lafayette 34 23 W Juniata 48 37 W Colgate (17) 27 23 W Penn State 43 38 W 22 38 L at Lehigh at Lafayette 25 23 W at Rutgers 34 24 W at Army 28 13 W Westinghouse Club 36 25 W Lehigh 41 28 W 42 35 W at Juniata 31 27 W at Penn State Washington & Jefferson 26 20 W Carnegie Tech 33 23 W Washington & Jefferson 42 24 W Allegheny (12) 29 30 L

1916-17 „ 13-6 Coach: Dr. George M. Flint Date 1/8 1/11 1/14 1/19

Opponent pp Syracuse Juniata Westinghouse Club Allegheny

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 17 22 L 31 21 W 31 21 W 30 21 W

1/23 1/26 2/1 2/7 2/8 2/9 2/10 2/15 2/17 2/22 2/24 3/2 3/3 3/7 3/10

Carnegie Tech Washington & Jefferson Penn State (13) at Rutgers at Lafayette at Swarthmore at Army Lafayette at Washington & Jefferson Lehigh (22) at Penn State (13) at Syracuse (18) at Buffalo Buffalo Carnegie Tech

33 32 37 22 33 24 28 27 26 34 32 21 29 39 25

16 23 26 21 29 36 31 25 25 19 37 41 34 36 21

W W W W W L L W W W L L L W W

1917-18 „ 6-9 Coach: Dr. George M. Flint Date 1/1 1/10 1/18 1/19 1/25 2/8 2/11 2/14 2/15 2/16 2/22 2/23 2/28 3/1 3/8

Opponent pp Yale West Virginia Carnegie Tech Westinghouse Club at West Virginia Wash. & Jeff. (17) Allegheny at Lafayette Army Ambulance Lehigh at Lehigh at Penn State (5) Penn State (5) Wash. & Jeff. (17) Carnegie Tech

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 39 33 W 30 20 W 41 30 W 14 12 W 36 24 W 35 32 W 17 33 L 31 37 L 22 30 L 26 39 L 23 34 L 15 38 L 28 36 L 26 36 L 37 39 L

1918-19 „ 7-7 Coach: Dr. George M. Flint Date 1/16 1/24 1/31 2/5 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/20 2/22 2/25 2/28 3/1 3/4 3/7

Opponent pp West Virginia Carnegie Tech Allegheny Grove City Wash. & Jeff. (24) Geneva at Westinghouse Club Lafayette at Penn State (6) Geneva Penn State (6) at West Virginia at Wash. & Jeff. (24) at Carnegie Tech

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 29 35 L 40 29 W 30 25 W 36 29 W 33 31 W 36 32 W 21 23 L 30 32 L 19 39 L 27 34 L 31 33 L 33 30 W 24 40 L 34 26 W

PITT’S HEAD COACHES DR. GEORGE M. FLINT 1911-21 (10 years) „ Record: 111-68 (.613) „ Accomplishments p Fourth head coach in program history...Led Panthers to a 16-2 record in 1915-16...Led Pitt to eight winning seasons in his 10year tenure including six 10-plus win campaigns...After taking over the program from Wohlparth Wagner in 1911, built the Pitt basketball program from the ground up after the school discontinued the sport from 1908-10. „ Prominent Student-Athletes H.C. “Doc” Carlson, Lloyd Jordan, John “Speedo” Loughran, Andy Hastings, Jimmy DeHart, Frank McNulty, Ben Lubic, Norman Ochsenhirt. „ Personal Facts Named All-America basketball player and led the University of Pennsylvania to the Eastern Intercollegiate championship in 1905-06...Played on a basketball team organized by Pittsburgh Pirates great Honus Wagner in 1903...Following his Pitt coaching career, worked 50 years as a dentist in Pittsburgh...Born in Ontario, Canada, came to Pennsylvania at an early age.

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RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

1919-20 „ 9-6 Coach: Dr. George M. Flint Date 1/2 1/9 1/15 1/23 1/31 2/7 2/13 2/14 2/17 2/21 2/25 2/28 3/1 3/5 3/6

H.C. “DOC” CARLSON, M.D.

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L Yale 25 26 L Grove City 38 28 W at West Virginia 38 27 W Allegheny 39 24 W at West Virginia 26 28 L Washington & Jefferson 25 24 W at Rutgers 35 41 L at Lehigh 27 24 W Geneva 40 31 W at Penn State (4) 19 37 L at Washington & Jefferson 33 22 W Penn State (4) 29 34 L at Washington & Jefferson 45 28 W Colgate 28 35 L West Virginia 33 24 W

1920-21 „ 12-9 Coach: Dr. George M. Flint

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Date 12/29 12/31 1/3 1/7 1/14 1/21 1/28 2/4 2/10 2/11 2/12 2/16 2/17 2/19 2/22 2/24 2/25 3/2 3/4 3/9 3/12

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L Dartmouth 36 33 W Yale 40 36 W Cornell 23 34 L Grove City (7) 28 38 L West Virginia Wesleyan 44 38 W Allegheny 37 23 W 43 44 L Marietta 33 39 L Penn State (5) at Colgate 69 50 W at Syracuse 28 39 L Army (25) 37 31 W Geneva 43 42 W West Virginia 45 32 W at Penn State (5) 28 50 L Georgetown 34 32 W Lafayette 33 37 L Washington & Jefferson 37 25 W Bucknell 20 23 L at Washington & Jefferson 35 26 W 54 25 W Westminster at West Virginia 24 43 L

1921-22 „ 12-8 Coach: Andrew Kerr Date 12/18 12/30 1/11 1/13 1/20 1/24 1/27 2/3 2/8 2/11 2/15 2/18 2/22 2/23 2/24 2/28 3/1 3/3 3/8 3/11

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L Dartmouth 42 29 W Syracuse 28 42 L at Pennsylvania (7) 22 23 L Geneva 55 38 W West Virginia 37 27 W Allegheny 32 23 W at Grove City 54 33 W Penn State 27 30 L Washington & Jefferson 29 31 L at Army (3) 22 33 L at Muskingum 45 21 W 28 27 W at Penn State at Cornell 13 38 L at Colgate 25 29 L at Syracuse 21 25 L Marietta 44 25 W Westminster 34 25 W West Virginia Wesleyan 35 28 W Washington & Jefferson 36 26 W West Virginia 31 26 W

1922-23 „ 10-5 Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 1/5 1/9 1/12 1/16 1/18 1/26 2/2 2/7 2/9

Opponent pp Syracuse Geneva Allegheny Bethany West Virginia Grove City (14) Penn State (4) Washington & Lee at Swarthmore

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 26 23 W 42 31 W 38 34 W 31 25 W 26 21 W 34 36 L 31 38 L 52 33 W 61 24 W

1927-28 „ 21-0

PITT’S HEAD COACHES

1922-53 (31 years) „ Record: 367-248 (.596) „ Accomplishments p Elected to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in 1959 and Helms Foundation Athletic Hall of Fame in 1949…All-time winningest (367 wins) and tenured (31 years) coach in Pittsburgh basketball history…Guided Pittsburgh to two Helms Foundation national titles in 1927-28 and 1929-30…Led Pitt to its only undefeated season in school history at 21-0 in 1927-28…23 wins in 1929-30 were a career-best…Led 1940-41 team to Pitt’s first and only appearance in the NCAA Final Four...Led team to four Eastern Intercollegiate Conference titles (1932-33, 1933-34, 1934-35, 1936-37)…Featured in Life Magazine while experimenting with the use of oxygen on the bench…Put together 12 10-plus win seasons from 1926-37 and three 20-plus win seasons in a four-year period from 1928-31, the winningest four-year period in terms of percentage in school history…Awarded Cup by NABC for Most Contributions to the Game in 1948…Coached the East Team in the East-West game at Madison Square Garden in 1950…93 graduates listed among basketball lettermen (eight doctors, 20 dentists, 12 engineers, nine teachers/educational administrators, two FBI agents, nine coaches, one minister, one career Marine, 16 in various forms of business or manufacturing, one killed in service)…Wrote book “You and Basketball.” l „ Prominent Student-Athletes Charley Hyatt, Don Smith, Sykes Reed, Claire Cribbs, Stan Wrobleski. „ Personal Facts Basketball pioneer who brought various innovations to the game…Sixth Panthers basketball coach…Four-time letterwinner at Pittsburgh in football, basketball and baseball from 19151917…1918 graduate of Pittsburgh…Earned M.S. degree from Pitt’s School of Medicine in 1920…Died on November 1, 1964 at the age of 70…Born July 4, 1894…Hometown: Murray City, Ohio. 2/10 2/13 2/17 2/22 2/28 3/3

at Army (1) Washington & Jefferson at Penn State (4) West Virginia Wesleyan at Wash. & Jeff. (OT) at West Virginia

20 25 11 38 29 28

32 17 38 35 27 33

L W L W W L

1923-24 „ 10-7 Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/27 12/29 1/8 1/11 1/15 1/17 1/22 1/25 2/5 2/8 2/9 2/15 2/22 2/23 3/5 3/7 3/10

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L Vanderbilt 33 31 W Amherst 32 21 W Geneva 31 22 W Allegheny 35 30 W Bethany 45 32 W West Virginia (OT) 23 25 L Washington & Jefferson 29 19 W Grove City 28 29 L at Carnegie Tech 29 26 W at Lafayette 18 17 W 15 32 L at Army (16) Penn State (4) 31 30 W at Penn State (4) 13 29 L Bucknell 10 22 L Carnegie Tech 25 32 L Washington & Jefferson 23 21 W 14 28 L at West Virginia

1924-25 „ 4-10 Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 1/6 1/8 1/13 1/16 1/20 1/30 1/27 2/7 2/9 2/13 2/21 2/28 3/7 3/13

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L Geneva 25 28 L Allegheny 28 27 W at Carnegie Tech 19 27 L West Virginia 22 30 L Carnegie Tech 31 22 W Washington & Jefferson 17 25 L Grove City (20) 11 24 L 25 40 L Penn State (12) at Thiel 29 10 W at Carnegie Tech 25 40 L at Syracuse (6) 22 31 L at West Virginia 25 35 L at Washington & Jefferson 18 15 W Penn State (12) 30 35 L

1925-26 „ 12-5 Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/17 12/31 1/3 1/10 1/15 1/20 1/22 1/25 1/29 2/5 2/13 2/19 2/24 2/26 3/6 3/9 3/13

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L at Michigan (8) 25 34 L Cornell 36 26 W Ohio State 34 47 L Allegheny 34 16 W Carnegie Tech 45 21 W George Washington 43 30 W West Virginia 38 23 W at Washington & Jefferson 31 28 W Penn State 30 26 W 27 33 L Grove City 31 25 W at Carnegie Tech Washington & Jefferson 30 25 W Geneva 29 37 L at West Virginia 30 37 L at Carnegie Tech 30 29 W at Grove City 25 22 W at Penn State 37 31 W

1926-27 „ 10-7 Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 1/3 1/6 1/8 1/11 1/14 1/20 2/2 2/11 2/12 2/13 2/18 2/19 2/25 3/3 3/6 3/9 3/12

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L Ohio State 23 48 L Allegheny 18 22 L Syracuse (OT) (13) 29 28 W at Washington & Jefferson 27 26 W 24 25 L Carnegie Tech West Virginia 23 29 L Carnegie Tech 38 28 W Grove City 31 37 L 35 23 W Michigan (5) Washington & Jefferson 38 30 W 36 34 W at Michigan State 17 33 L at Notre Dame Penn State 33 27 W 43 33 W at West Virginia Carnegie Tech 41 39 W at Allegheny 25 24 W at Penn State 34 35 L

„ Helms Foundation National Champions „ Concluded season ranked No. 1 nationally in the Premo-Porretta Power Poll „ Undefeated at 21-0, one of only two teams nationally to finish undefeated „ Only undefeated season in Pitt basketball history Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/15 12/16 12/17 12/19 12/23 12/31 1/6 1/13 1/18 2/3 2/4 2/8 2/10 2/15 2/18 2/22 2/25 2/28 3/2 3/5 3/10

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L at Michigan (22) 49 39 W 36 26 W at Chicago at Northwestern 39 34 W at Iowa (OT) 44 40 W Dartmouth 64 33 W 50 32 W Ohio State (OT) Syracuse 45 24 W Carnegie Tech 67 38 W 51 26 W West Virginia at Colgate 48 37 W at Army 42 36 W at Carnegie Tech 50 28 W Penn State 48 25 W 56 33 W Allegheny 24 22 W Notre Dame (9) at Carnegie Tech 59 38 W Washington & Jefferson 44 33 W Grove City 54 27 W at West Virginia 45 42 W at Washington & Jefferson 33 32 W at Penn State 45 28 W

1928-29 „ 16-5 „ Concluded season ranked No. 19 nationally in the Premo-Porretta Power Poll Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/13 12/14 12/15 12/17 12/30 1/1 1/8 1/11 1/18 1/23 1/26 2/2 2/4 2/9 2/13 2/15 2/20 2/26 3/2 3/6 3/11

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L at Butler (6) 33 35 L at Northwestern (13) 24 30 L at Wisconsin % (5) 24 34 L at Ohio State 34 26 W 45 39 W Iowa Indiana 52 31 W Waynesburg 50 17 W Carnegie Tech 41 14 W 35 40 L West Virginia at Carnegie Tech 35 28 W 69 16 W Army at Temple 38 28 W Rensselaer 48 15 W at Notre Dame (16) 23 33 L Washington & Jefferson 38 18 W 49 38 W Penn State Grove City 48 25 W Carnegie Tech 42 10 W at West Virginia 41 19 W Washington & Jefferson 38 28 W at Penn State 29 23 W

%played in Milwaukee, Wisc.

1929-30 „ 23-2 „ Helms Foundation National Champions „ Concluded season ranked No. 4 nationally in the Premo-Porretta Power Poll Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/7 12/13 12/14 12/16 12/21 12/31 1/4 1/6 1/8 1/11 1/18 1/24

Opponent pp Muskingum at Indiana at Northwestern at Iowa Grove City Ohio State (OT) Nebraska Montana State at Carnegie Tech Georgetown Notre Dame (24) Carnegie Tech

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 57 30 W 35 31 W 38 30 W 29 21 W 38 30 W 38 33 W 34 27 W 38 37 W 24 18 W 43 26 W 33 13 W 49 25 W

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

2/1 2/4 2/8 2/14 2/18 2/22 2/25 3/1 3/4 3/10 3/12 3/15 3/18

at Syracuse (3) at Fordham (23) at Notre Dame (24) Penn State at Washington & Jefferson West Virginia at Carnegie Tech at Army at Temple (11) St. Vincent, Pa. Washington & Jefferson at Penn State at West Virginia

29 31 25 47 38 21 47 39 40 29 67 47 25

40 27 16 20 30 19 22 25 28 28 20 30 33

L W W W W W W W W W W W L

1930-31 „ 20-4 „ Concluded season ranked No. 9 nationally in the Premo-Porretta Power Poll

2/20 2/24 2/27 2/29 3/3 3/5 3/8 3/12

Creighton (11) Case Western Reserve Pennsylvania at Harvard Washington & Jefferson at Penn State West Virginia Penn State

„ Concluded season ranked No. 13 nationally in the Premo-Porretta Power Poll „ Eastern Intercollegiate Champions

Date 12/8 12/13 12/17 12/19 12/20 12/23 12/27 1/1 1/3 1/10 1/16 1/17 1/21 1/24 2/3 2/7 2/14 2/16 2/21 2/27 3/3 3/7 3/11 3/14

Date 12/9 12/17 12/18 12/19 12/31 1/7 1/13 1/8 1/21 1/24 1/28 2/3 2/4 2/8 2/11 2/17 2/24 2/25 2/30 3/7 3/11 3/17

Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/12 12/15 12/16 12/18 12/19 12/21 12/22 12/23 12/26 12/28 12/29 12/30 1/2 1/9 1/13 1/16 1/20 1/23 1/29 2/20 2/6 2/12 2/13

Opponent pp TTemple at Wisconsin at Indiana at Purdue (1) at Butler (12) vs. Kansas% vs. Kansas% vs. Kansas% at Colorado at ^California at Stanford at Southern California at Southern California at Syracuse Duquesne New York University Carnegie Tech at Notre Dame (2) West Virginia at Carnegie Tech Notre Dame (2) at Georgetown at Navy

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 29 21 W 29 30 L 29 24 W 23 41 L 20 23 L 23 24 L 20 26 L 25 22 W 25 23 W – – – 22 11 W 29 26 W 13 24 L 28 32 L 21 28 L 32 37 L 33 22 W 12 25 L 33 27 W 33 26 W 19 26 L 30 33 L 22 29 L

W L L W W W W L

1932-33 „ 17-5/7-1 EIC

Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson

1931-32 „ 14-16

19 45 26 25 16 32 19 40

% played at Kansas City, Mo. ^cancelled due to weather conditions while Pitt tried to travel to California from Colorado.

Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L 14 32 L Case Western Reserve at Ohio State 25 17 W at Marquette 24 18 W at Nebraska 23 22 W at Creighton 18 22 L Dartmouth 39 23 W Syracuse (11) 31 28 W Indiana 19 27 L Purdue (19) 24 22 W at New York University 40 22 W Fordham 22 14 W West Virginia 17 15 W Carnegie Tech 25 22 W at Notre Dame (OT) 28 20 W at Washington & Jefferson 29 26 W 35 32 W Notre Dame (OT) at Army 36 32 W at City Coll. of New York 16 18 L Penn State 30 24 W at Carnegie Tech 27 25 W Washington & Jefferson 33 15 W at Pennsylvania 31 30 W at West Virginia 24 22 W at Penn State 37 32 W

21 39 19 28 28 36 22 30

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L *Georgetown 32 18 W 35 26 W at Minnesota at Northwestern (10) 22 31 L at Butler (20) 38 30 W Purdue 33 28 W *Temple 43 26 W Duquesne (2) 25 26 L at *Carnegie Tech 30 24 W Notre Dame (17) 39 35 W Washington & Jefferson 47 27 W *West Virginia 42 20 W at Fordham 47 16 W at Army 42 25 W at Case Western Reserve 27 22 W 31 38 L at Notre Dame (17) Duquesne (2) 24 25 L at *Georgetown 27 28 L at Navy (7) 31 29 W at *Temple T 40 30 W Washington & Jefferson 52 23 W *West Virginia 45 35 W *Carnegie Tech 38 21 W

1933-34 „ 19-4/8-0 EIC „ Concluded season ranked No. 8 nationally in the Premo-Porretta Power Poll „ Eastern Intercollegiate Champions

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L *Georgetown 34 31 W at Purdue (7) 27 33 L at Northwestern 27 23 W at Butler 24 35 L Minnesota 28 23 W Ohio State 27 18 W *Temple 35 30 W Duquesne (3) 29 30 L *Carnegie Tech 44 35 W Notre Dame (11) 39 34 W at Washington & Jefferson 57 30 W *West Virginia 42 21 W Washington & Jefferson 60 34 W Duquesne (3) 31 29 W Army 64 18 W at Notre Dame (11) 21 17 W Westminster (16) 32 26 W at *Georgetown 38 27 W

PITT’S HOME COURT RECORD GP 161 589 112 279 197 1139

*several games are listed as unavailable as to location.

44 38 27 40 35

30 34 26 29 38

W W W W L

National Coaches Convention (Atlanta, Ga.) 3/30 vs. llinois Wesleyan & 18 15 W 3/30 vs. Northern Illinois & 24 13 W *Eastern Intercollegiate Conference game &Pitt played two 20-minute demonstration games at the National Coaches Convention in Atlanta, Ga. The games were not counted on Pitt’s record.

1934-35 „ 17-6/6-2 EIC

Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/8 12/14 12/15 12/17 12/29 1/4 1/8 1/12 1/17 1/19 1/23 1/26 2/2 2/8 2/16 2/23 2/27 3/2 3/6 3/9 3/13

Opponent pp Bucknell at Northwestern at Iowa at Butler at Wisconsin (17) Duquesne (3) at *Carnegie Tech at *Temple T (24) at Fordham (MSG) Notre Dame Westminster (20) *West Virginia at Navy (12) Duquesne (3) at Notre Dame at *Georgetown *Temple T (24) Carnegie Tech *Georgetown at Penn State at *West Virginia (21)

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 52 22 W 28 42 L 38 26 W 42 22 W 31 27 W 25 27 L 38 37 W 38 45 L 43 20 W 26 22 W 38 32 W 35 34 W 22 24 L 35 34 W 27 25 W 42 24 W 34 25 W 34 31 W 40 25 W 41 25 W 26 43 L

Eastern Intercollegiate Playoff Game (Morgantown, W.Va.) 3/18 at West Virginia (21) 35 22 W 4/13 vs. LSU (Atlantic City) (5) 37 41 L *Eastern Intercollegiate Conference game

MILESTONE WINS „ 100 36-24 win at West Virginia, January 25, 1918. „ 200 56-52 home win vs. Allegheny, February, 1928. „ 300 27-23 win at Northwestern, December, 1933. „ 400 46-32 win at Duke, 1941. „ 500 67-61 home win vs. Dartmouth, Dec. 29, 1953. „ 600 54-50 home win vs. Dartmouth, December 27, 1960. „ 700 81-76 home win vs. Wisconsin, December 8, 1970. „ 800 72-71 win at St. Francis (Pa.), December 10, 1977. „ 900 65-63 home win vs. Georgetown, February 19, 1982. „ 1000 88-71 win at St. John’s, February 3, 1988. „ 1100 69-59 win vs. Robert Morris, December 29, 1994.

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„ 1200 89-53 win vs. Penn State, December 8, 2001. „ 1300 85-77 win at Notre Dame, March 5, 2005. „ 1400 93-80 win vs. Notre Dame, January 31, 2009

1935-36 „ 18-9/7-3 EIC

Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson

Arena/Court (Y ((Years) Years)) Y Years Petersen Events Center (2002-current) 9 51 Fitzgerald Field House (1951-2002) Civic/Mellon Arena (1962-2003) 42 Pitt Pavilion (1924-1951) 27 Motor Square Garden/Trees Gym (pre-1924)* 17 Total On-Campus Record (1924-2010)

*Carnegie Tech at *Temple at *West Virginia at Case Western Reserve at South Carolina (5)

„ Concluded season ranked No. 16 nationally in the Premo-Porretta Power Poll „ Eastern Intercollegiate Champions

*Eastern Intercollegiate Conference game

Date 12/9 12/15 12/17 12/18 12/27 12/30 1/6 1/12 1/16 1/20 1/25 1/27 2/5 2/6 2/10 2/17 2/21 2/24

2/27 3/3 3/10 3/14 3/28

W-L 149-12 414-175 61-51 199-80 130-67 815-324

Pct. .925 .703 .544 .713 .660 .716

St. John’s% (Annapolis)(13)29 Temple% (Olympic) (24) 37

Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/7 12/13 12/14 12/16 12/21 12/23 12/26 12/28 12/31 1/2 1/8 1/10 1/17 1/18 1/22 1/25 2/1 2/8 2/14 2/18 2/22 2/26 2/29 3/4 3/7 3/11

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L Washington & Jefferson 41 35 W at Northwestern (25) 30 38 L at Iowa 32 23 W at Butler 36 28 W at Xavier 23 21 W 17 35 L at Kentucky at Vanderbilt 57 37 W at TTulane 48 25 W 48 13 W at TTulane at Louisiana State & 52 47 W *Carnegie Tech 29 34 L Notre Dame (2) 35 43 L at *Georgetown (OT) 42 43 L at Penn State 45 23 W 42 31 W Westminster 41 27 W *West Virginia at Navy 42 20 W 42 54 L Duquesne (7) at *Temple T (Phil. Arena) (24) 48 42 W Duquesne (7) 46 41 W at Notre Dame (2) 27 43 L *Temple T (24) 52 41 W at *Carnegie Tech 29 21 W 43 36 W *Georgetown Penn State 41 38 W at *West Virginia 42 43 L

Eastern Intercollegiate Playoff Game (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 3/14 Carnegie Tech 27 32 L

21 41

W L

*Eastern Intercollegiate Conference game &Played in New Orleans, La. %Do not count toward final record

1936-37 „ 14-7/7-3 EIC „ Eastern Intercollegiate Champions Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/11 12/12 12/14 12/21 1/6 1/9 1/13 1/16 1/18 1/23 1/30 2/3 2/10 2/16 2/20 2/24 2/25 3/2 3/6

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L at Northwestern 28 37 L at DePaul (OT) 37 41 L at Butler 32 21 W Wisconsin 41 30 W *Temple 32 28 W at *Carnegie Tech 30 26 W Notre Dame (2) 34 31 W 35 28 W at Navy at *Georgetown 27 30 L 36 28 W *Penn State *West Virginia 44 36 W Westminster 32 31 W Duquesne 51 50 W *Carnegie Tech 43 37 W 18 29 L at Notre Dame (2) Duquesne 31 32 L at *Temple T (Phil. Arena)(17) 34 45 L *Georgetown 39 22 W at *Penn State 21 24 L

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

PITT vs. RANKED OPPONENTS

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„ Total Games vs. Ranked Opponents: 305. „ Record vs. Top-25: 95-210 (31.1%). „ Record vs. Top-25 (since 1999): 48-48 (50.0%). „ Record vs. No. 1: 2-13 (13.3%). „ Record vs. Top-5: 21-49 (30.0%). „ Record vs. Top-5 (since 1996): 15-10 (60.0%). „ Record vs. Top-10: 38-91 (29.4%). „ Most Games vs. Ranked Opponents in a Season: 12, 1988-89 and 1989-90. „ Most Wins Over Ranked Opponents in a Season: 6, 1988-89, 2005-06, 2008-09, 2010-11. „ Consecutive Games Played vs. Ranked Opponents: 4, 1/ 5/90-1/19/90; 3, several other times. „ Most Consecutive Wins vs. Ranked Opponents: 4, 2/16/ 09-3/21/09; 3, five times- 3/ 13/08-3/15/08; 1/24/04-3/2/ 04; 2/4/91-2/20/91; 1/26/87-2/ 9/87, 2/2/77-1/10/79. „ Most Consecutive Losses vs. Ranked Opponents: 20, 2/20/58-3/16/74; 3/9/93-12/ 20/95. „ Most Consecutive Games Played Without a Ranked Opponent: 140, 12/26/64-12/ 30/70.

Date 12/10 12/12 12/17 12/19 12/28 1/10 1/14 1/28 1/31 2/4 2/8 2/11 2/13 2/18 2/22 2/25 3/4 3/11

Opponent pp at Northwestern at Bradley (Peoria) (3) at Duke at Richmond Cornell at *Carnegie Tech Westminster Duquesne (20) *Temple T *Carnegie Tech *Penn State at *Temple (Conv. Hall) *Georgetown *West Virginia at Fordham (MSG) at *Penn State at *Georgetown *West Virginia

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 48 37 W 39 56 L 51 37 W 47 24 W 50 39 W 50 55 L 37 45 L 29 40 L 42 36 W 51 43 W 22 41 L 27 36 L 43 41 W 42 45 L 40 34 W 35 36 L 44 39 W 49 43 W

*Eastern Intercollegiate Conference game

1939-40 „ 8-9 Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/15 12/16 12/18 12/30 1/1 1/6 1/10 1/13 1/17 2/7 2/10 2/15 2/20 2/24 2/28 3/2 3/9

Opponent pp at Butler at Northwestern at Indiana (1) at ^Ohio State vs. ^Michigan (OT) Penn State Westminster at Cornell Carnegie Tech Waynesburg at Navy Geneva West Virginia at Carnegie Tech at Fordham (MSG) at Penn State at West Virginia

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 36 47 L 33 36 L 35 51 L 34 30 W 35 44 L 31 28 W 47 35 W 38 33 W 73 42 W 28 41 L 44 42 W 45 47 L 68 49 W 44 46 L 57 37 W 29 36 L 35 42 L

^Played in Columbus, Ohio 3/13 at *West Virginia

48

42

1940-41 „ 13-6

W

Eastern Intercollegiate Playoff Game (Philadelphia, Pa./Philadelphia Arena) (17) 35 29 W 3/22 at Temple T *Eastern Intercollegiate Conference game

1937-38 „ 9-12/5-5 EIC Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/10 12/11 12/13 12/20 12/29 1/8 1/12 1/17 1/19 1/21 1/29 2/1 2/5 2/9 2/12 2/18 2/19 2/23 2/26 3/5 3/12

Sammy David (1946-49) scored 921 points and averaged 12.1 points per game over a 76-game career from 194649. David also led the 1948-49 team in scoring with a 15.6 points per game average. David’s son Joey also lettered four years with the Panthers from 1982-86.

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L at Northwestern 27 22 W 36 44 L at Wisconsin at Butler 23 24 L at Fordham 35 23 W vs. Kentucky % 29 40 L at Syracuse 49 47 W Duquesne 35 28 W *Carnegie Tech 50 33 W Notre Dame (5) 41 51 L *Georgetown 47 50 L *West Virginia 43 40 W Westminster 38 41 L at Notre Dame (5) 17 51 L *Temple (1) 41 43 L *Penn State 39 34 W at *Temple T (Phil. Arena) (1) 34 46 L at *Georgetown 22 34 L Duquesne 37 39 L at *Carnegie Tech 36 30 W at *Penn State 26 25 W at *West Virginia 35 38 L

„ NCAA Final Four „ Concluded season ranked No. 25 nationally in the Premo-Porretta Power Poll Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/18 12/20 12/21 12/23 12/28 12/30

Opponent pp at Wisconsin (2) at Illinois (23) at Northwestern at Butler vs. ^Michigan at ^Ohio State

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 36 34 W 43 41 W 28 48 L 41 40 W 40 46 L 48 34 W

1/7 1/11 1/15 1/22 2/3 2/8 2/11 2/13 2/18 2/21 3/1

Westminster (11) Penn State (16) Carnegie Tech Waynesburg at Duke Army West Virginia at Geneva Carnegie Tech Geneva at Penn State (16)

36 36 45 40 46 39 56 50 38 55 21

41 27 30 44 32 32 45 26 29 41 36

L W W L W W W W W W L

NCAA Eastern Regionals (Madison, Wis., Wisconsin Fieldhouse) 26 20 W 3/21 vs. North Carolina NCAA Final Four (Madison, Wis., Wisconsin Fieldhouse) 30 36 L 3/22 at Wisconsin (2)

Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson

1941-42 „ 5-10 Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/20 12/22 12/26 12/30 1/7 1/14 1/17 1/22 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/17 2/21 2/25 2/28

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L at Northwestern (Chicago) 32 44 L at Butler 29 39 L 41 50 L at Indiana Cornell 38 32 W Carnegie Tech 64 34 W Geneva 51 38 W Penn State (8) 30 34 L Cal-State-LosAngeles (OT) 45 33 W West Virginia (6) 47 66 L at Geneva 42 54 L Indiana, Pa. (OT) 47 37 W at Carnegie Tech 46 56 L 28 33 L at Penn State (8) Westminster 48 53 L at Army 28 38 L

1942-43 „ 10-5 Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson

*Eastern Intercollegiate Conference game %Sugar Bowl Tournament (New Orleans, La.)

1938-39 „ 10-8/5-5 EIC

^Played in Columbus, Ohio

H.C. “Doc” Carlson began taking his teams on competition trips to the West Coast. During a 1949 trip to California while playing games against California, Stanford, Loyola Marymount and UCLA, members of the Pitt basketball team travel party took time to visit with Hollywood legends Jack Benny and Claudette Colbert.

Date 12/17 12/31 1/9 1/12 1/16 1/20 1/23 1/29 2/2 2/6 2/10 2/13 2/17 2/20 2/27

Opponent pp Bethany Ohio State West Virginia at Carnegie Tech Penn State (13) Geneva at Geneva at Cornell Indiana, Pa. at Westminster at Army Westminster Carnegie Tech at Penn State (13) at West Virginia

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 44 43 W 44 48 L 48 33 W 44 38 W 38 37 W 46 32 W 63 51 W 60 54 W 65 41 W 38 47 L 31 30 W 48 53 L 55 43 W 13 32 L 64 82 L

RECORDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

1943-44 „ 7-7 Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/28 12/31 1/5 1/8 1/12 1/15 1/26 2/2 2/5 2/9 2/12 2/16 2/19 2/26

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L at New York Univ. (MSG) 40 54 L at Westminster 64 82 L Carnegie Tech 63 33 W at Ohio State (10) 38 59 L Geneva 44 38 W Penn State 12 15 L at Carnegie Tech 52 33 W Westminster 54 58 L at Geneva 59 58 W at Army (1) 32 66 L Bethany (OT) 47 45 W West Virginia 59 55 W at Penn State 29 35 L at West Virginia 60 57 W

1944-45 „ 8-4 Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/16 1/3 1/10 1/13 1/24 1/27 2/3 2/8 2/14 2/17 2/21 2/24

Opponent pp at Allegheny Geneva at Carnegie Tech Penn State at Westminster Carnegie Tech at Geneva at Army (5) Westminster at Penn State West Virginia at West Virginia

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 63 20 W 49 45 W 59 45 W 58 41 W 47 68 L 61 47 W 57 51 W 51 71 L 75 56 W 36 53 L 55 34 W 47 50 L

1945-46 „ 7-7 Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/8 12/20 1/3 1/9

Opponent pp at Ohio State (8) Bethany at Geneva Carnegie Tech

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 37 47 L 67 36 W 54 43 W 56 45 W

1/12 1/18 1/23 1/30 2/2 2/6 2/13 2/16 2/20 3/2

Penn State at Westminster Geneva Ohio State (8) at Penn State at Carnegie Tech West Virginia (7) at Army Westminster at West Virginia (7)

45 59 43 33 37 57 41 42 50 61

38 50 41 43 48 45 61 56 54 81

W W W L L W L L L L

1946-47 „ 8-10 Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/7 12/10 12/14 12/16 1/4 1/8 1/11 1/13 1/18 1/20 1/23 2/1 2/8 2/12 2/16 2/19 2/22 3/1

Opponent pp at Ohio State at Butler at Illinois (22) at Northwestern Penn State at Carnegie Tech at Army Westminster at Geneva Ohio State Bethany at Penn State Carnegie Tech West Virginia (12) at Allegheny Geneva at Westminster at West Virginia (12)

West Virginia at Penn State Carnegie Tech Westminster West Virginia (OT)

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 33 39 L 39 41 L 31 58 L 37 39 L 42 31 W 60 22 W 53 60 L 45 54 L 56 57 L 51 41 W 55 47 W 39 46 L 53 47 W 41 52 L 40 38 W 57 47 W 44 39 W 59 72 L

1947-48 „ 10-11 Opponent pp at Wisconsin at Illinois (20) at Purdue at Louisville (24) at Alabama ^ at Miami, Fla. at Loyola, La. Penn State Carnegie Tech at Army Bethany at Ohio State at Colgate at Cornell Penn State at Carnegie Tech Allegheny at Westminster West Virginia (12) Westminster at West Virginia (12)

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 36 49 L 33 70 L 29 50 L 42 64 L 29 39 L 40 43 L 47 45 W 35 34 W 46 40 W 42 41 W 68 40 W 56 74 L 46 63 L 40 52 L 42 34 W 47 41 W 51 33 W 68 62 W 59 70 L 58 54 W 36 52 L

1948-49 „ 12-13 Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/4 12/9 12/13 12/17 12/21 12/22 12/28 12/29 1/5 1/8 1/12 1/22 1/24 1/26 1/28 1/31 2/3 2/5 2/7 1/12

Opponent pp Pitt Opp. pp W/L Penn State 40 33 W Bethany 65 64 W 44 62 L at Michigan at &North Carolina State 42 77 L at Miami, Fla. 52 58 L at Miami, Fla. 80 48 W Florida 50 40 W Florida 45 39 W Carnegie Tech 48 43 W Allegheny 63 46 W at Army 42 35 W 50 52 L at Bradley (Peoria) (–/2) at Denver 46 47 L at Utah (–/10) 44 65 L at California 37 55 L at Stanford (SF) (–/11) 37 55 L at Loyola Marymount 45 54 L at UCLA 48 51 L at Arizona 47 52 L Westminster 50 41 W

54 49 49 40 32

L L W W W

1949-50 „ 4-14 Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Pitt Opp. pp W/L 52 35 W

Corn Bowl Classic (Des Moines, Iowa) 12/29 vs. Drake % 55 67 12/30 vs. Utah State % 50 54 1/5 Westminster 38 49 1/7 at Cincinnati 38 63 1/11 Carnegie Tech 42 62 1/17 Grove City 84 51 1/21 at Penn State 21 34 1/25 Penn State 51 58 1/28 Gettysburg 59 57 48 84 2/4 at Bradley (–/3) 2/6 at ^Arkansas 36 41 34 43 2/8 at Oklahoma State 39 53 2/10 at Memphis 55 85 2/17 at Westminster 2/22 at Carnegie Tech 59 66 2/25 West Virginia 55 53 3/4 at West Virginia 53 59

L L L L L W L L W L L L L L L W L

%played at Corn Bowl Classic ^played in Little Rock, Ark.

Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/12 12/13 12/15 12/20 12/23 12/26 12/28 1/3 1/7 1/10 1/14 1/17 1/23 1/24 1/31 2/4 2/11 2/14 2/20 2/30 3/1

51 38 76 50 34

&Played in Durham, N.C. SFPlayed in San Francisco, Calif.

Date Opponent pp 12/28 at Connecticut

^Played in Birmingham, Ala.

Julius Pegues was the first African-American basketball student-athlete to play for Pittsburgh. He concluded his successful career by scoring 1,050 points and pulling down 377 rebounds. Pegues was followed by Ben Jinks (1961-63) and Calvin Sheffield (1962-64).

2/16 2/19 2/23 2/26 3/5

1950-51 „ 9-17 Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/2 12/9 12/16 12/19 12/20 12/22 12/23 12/26 12/28 12/30 1/4 1/6 1/10 1/13 1/18 1/19 1/22 2/3 2/5 2/9 2/14 2/17 2/21 2/24 2/26 3/3

Opponent pp at Kent State at Gettysburg at Minnesota at Washington (–/12) at Washington (–/12) at Oregon State at Oregon State at California at UCLA Iowa Westminster Geneva at Carnegie Tech Cincinnati Miami, Fla. at Grove City at Bradley (–/3) at Navy at Westminster Bucknell Penn State at West Virginia Carnegie Tech at Army West Virginia at Penn State

Pitt Opp. pp W/L 46 51 L 65 50 W 43 72 L 44 54 L 55 74 L 36 61 L 34 53 L 58 70 L 44 68 L 66 73 L 68 62 W 73 76 L 42 66 L 49 64 L 81 56 W 70 48 W 59 82 L 51 64 L 67 91 L 67 45 W 60 51 W 52 56 L 70 45 W 48 44 W 74 72 W 44 64 L

FITZGERALD FIELD HOUSE ERA BEGINS 1951-52 „ 10-12 Coach: Dr. H.C. Carlson Date 12/15 12/19 12/21