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SCHEDULE DAY

DATE

OPPONENT

LOCATION

Fri. Sat. Tue. Fri. Sun. Sat. Tue. Fri. Sun. Wed. Sat.

Nov. 4 Nov. 12 Nov. 15 Nov. 18 Nov. 20 Nov. 26 Nov. 29 Dec. 2 Dec. 4 Dec. 7 Dec. 10

Seton Hill (exhibition) Hampton St. Francis (Pa.) Loyola (Md.) Central Michigan Drexel Mount St. Mary’s at High Point at Duke Georgetown* Valparaiso

Petersen Events Center Petersen Events Center Petersen Events Center Petersen Events Center Petersen Events Center Petersen Events Center Petersen Events Center High Point, N.C. Durham, N.C. Petersen Events Center Petersen Events Center

TIME

7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 11 a.m. 12 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m.

CARIBBEAN CLASSIC

Tue. Wed.

Dec. 20 Dec. 21

vs. Indiana vs. Michigan State

Cancun, Mexico Cancun, Mexico

Wed. Sat.

Dec. 28 Dec. 31

Duquesne Lafayette

Petersen Events Center Petersen Events Center

1 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

DAY

DATE

OPPONENT

LOCATION

Tue. Sat. Tue. Sat. Tue. Sat. Sat. Tue. Sat. Sat. Tue. Sat. Tue. Sat. Mon.

Jan. 3 Jan. 7 Jan. 10 Jan. 14 Jan. 17 Jan. 21 Jan. 28 Jan. 31 Feb. 4 Feb. 11 Feb. 14 Feb. 18 Feb. 21 Feb. 25 Feb. 27

at Villanova* Syracuse* Rutgers* at DePaul* at Notre Dame* West Virginia* (Big East TV) at Providence* St. John’s* at Marquette* at Cincinnati* Louisville* at USF* Connecticut* Seton Hall* at West Virginia* (CBS College)

Villanova, Pa. Petersen Events Center Petersen Events Center Chicago, Ill. South Bend, Ind. Petersen Events Center Providence, R.I. Petersen Events Center Milwaukee, Wisc. Cincinnati, Ohio Petersen Events Center Tampa, Fla. Petersen Events Center Petersen Events Center Morgantown, W.Va.

TIME

7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m.

March 2-6 Big East Championship (Hartford, Conn.) • March 17-20 NCAA First/Second Rounds March 24-27 NCAA Regionals • April 1 & 3 NCAA Final Four *Big East Conference Game. ALL Times are Eastern and Subject to Change.


THIS IS

PITT BASKETBALL Embracing the past and celebrating the future, Pitt women’s basketball has achieved unprecedented success under head coach Agnus Berenato. The Panthers have advanced to the postseason in five of the last six seasons making a splash in the national scene. After making its first NCAA Tournament appearance in school history in 2007, Pitt reached the Sweet Sixteen in back-to-back seasons in 2008 and 2009. The highest ever national ranking (No. 14 AP, No. 15 ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll), the most wins in program history (25, 2008-09) – the list of accomplishments is many in the eight years Coach B has been at the helm. And the best is yet to come.

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THE NEXT

JOURNEY A number of Pitt players have continued their basketball journey, taking the next step either to the WNBA or to the extremely active market overseas.

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Chelsea Cole

Club Baloncesto Las Rozas (Spain, Euroleague)

Taneisha Harrison

CSU Alba Iulia (Romania, Euroleague)

Karlyle Lim

Samsung Life Bichumi (Korea,WKBL)

Laine Selwyn

Indiana Fever, WNBA; Ramat Hasharon Electra (Israel, Euroleague)

Xenia Stewart

Odra Brzeg (Poland, Euroleague)

Marcedes Walker

Houston Comets, WNBA; Botas (Turkey), Pozzuoli (Italy), Elitzur Netanya (Israel)

Shavonte Zellous

Detroit Shock, Indiana Fever, WNBA; TTT Riga (Latvia, Euroleague)

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MEDIA

ATTENTION The Pitt women’s basketball program has experienced unprecedented exposure over the past few seasons. Head coach Agnus Berenato has thrust Pitt into the national spotlight in just eight years.

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AGNUS

BERENATO Agnus Berenato has successfully transformed the University of Pittsburgh women’s basketball program from the bottom of the Big East Conference to a nationally recognized name – in just an eight year span. The fiery head coach has led the Panthers to several firsts since she arrived at Pitt in 2003, among them the school’s first NCAA Tournament bid (2007), back-to-back Sweet Sixteen appearances (2008, 2009), both the first and highest national ranking (2006, 2008) and the most wins in

only female coach to take part in the College Basketball Tour – a trip to Afghanistan and

school history (25, 2008-09). With the highest ranked incoming freshmen class in Pitt history

Qatar aimed to rally the morale of U.S. troops.

taking the court this fall, Berenato’s streak of success looks to continue. A dynamic speaker and popular figure in the women’s basketball world, Berenato has embraced

and alma mater, Mount St. Mary’s) while also being inducted into the Camden (NJ) County

the Pittsburgh community which so graciously welcomed her eight years ago. A two-time

Sports, the Rider University and Basketball Club of South Jersey Hall of Fames.

winner of the coveted Dapper Dan Sportswoman of the Year (2005, 2007), Berenato has been the keynote speaker for numerous events in the city and beyond. In 2009, Berenato was the

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Berenato has been bestowed two honorary degrees (Doctorate of Humane Letters, Seton Hill

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A native of Gloucester City, N.J., Berenato and her husband, Jack, have five children: Theresa Marie, Andrew, Joey, Clare and Christina.


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UNIVERSITY OF

PITTSBURGH The university that began in a humble log cabin in 1787 has evolved into an internationally recognized center of learning and research. Medical breakthroughs, amazing discoveries, and brilliant victories highlight the long and storied history at the University of Pittsburgh.

TRADITION.

The last 15 years have seen a clear rise in the strength, quality, and reputation of the University of Pittsburgh. The momentum that we have built obviously is tied to a rich reservoir of human talent. But other qualities consistently on display throughout our University – commitment, discipline, selflessness, and an appetite for hard work, among them – have been indispensable to our progress. –

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EXCELLENCE.

INNOVATION.

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Chancellor Mark A. Nordenberg , 2010


NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH ANNUAL FUNDING TOP 5 SCHOLARS • Harvard • Johns Hopkins • Penn • University of California, San Francisco • PITTSBURGH According to the NIH data from 2005-2010.

KEY NOTES ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH • According to a survey by the Top American Research Universities, Pitt ranked as the nation’s No. 25 overall academic institution, the Big East Conference’s top public institution and the nation’s 12th best public university. • Pitt’s high-achieving faculty also has made the University an internationally respected center of pioneering research. At the close of the decade in 2010, Pitt ranked fifth nationally in terms of funds annually attracted by members of our faculty from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and also ranks among the nation’s top-10 in total Federal Science and Engineering Research and Development support. • A report from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education called Pitt’s undergraduate programs “impressive” in both variety and strength. And with a student-to-faculty-ratio of 14:1 and more than 60 percent of classes with fewer than 30 students, undergraduates at Pitt have the opportunity to interact with world-class faculty.

U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT ACADEMIC RANKINGS DEPARTMENT

RANK

Physical Therapy

No. 2

Nursing

No. 7

Public Health

No. 11

Social Work

No. 14

Medical Research

No. 14

Pharmacy

No. 19

Public Affairs

No. 27

U.S. News & World Report ranked seven Pitt academic programs among the nation’s top-30 of its kind.

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PETERSEN

EVENTS CENTER A 12,508-seat basketball and multipurpose arena, the Petersen Events Center serves as the home for the Pitt men’s and women’s basketball programs, as well as numerous campus events, graduation ceremonies, concerts, camps and modern recreational and fitness facilities. Game day accommodations include four luxury courtside suites, 12 luxury club level suites, a luxury courtside special event suite and the finest club lounge in college basketball. The Petersen Events Center serves as the home of the Pitt Athletic Department and Hilda M. Willis Center for Academics for student-athletes. The academic center includes a computer lab with 27 computers, writing lab, math/science area, individual tutor rooms, counseling offices,

The building’s Restaurant Row has nine major concession areas with 66 total points of sale,

career resource area and media room.

featuring a five-store food court that is open daily as well as on game day.

It additionally houses the McCarl Panther Hall of Champions, a walking museum of Pitt

The Baierl Student Recreation Center boasts 40,000 square feet of recreation space including

Athletics both past and present.

four racquetball courts, two squash courts, Cybex weight machines, a large free-weight area and state-of-the-art aerobic areas.

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CITY OF

PITTSBURGH The city of Pittsburgh has grown and adapted as the world itself has changed. From its days as the “Gateway to the West” to its famous steel-town age and now as a cultural and medical center, Pittsburgh has been hailed as one of the top places to live in the United States.

Pittsburgh has undergone yet another renaissance the past decade, as the majestic new stadiums and arenas – CONSOL Energy Center, PNC Park, Petersen Events Center and Heinz Field – have been erected as well as the new David Lawrence Convention Center.

There is an unmatched beauty as you cross one of the many Pittsburgh bridges and take a look down one of the three rivers – the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio. The view is awe-inspiring from the heights of Mount Washington or coming out of the Fort Pitt Tunnel. The rivers surround Pittsburgh, keeping the buildings nestled in the “Golden Triangle,” highlighted by the striking fountain at the city’s Point.

The city of Pittsburgh has provided excitement and thrills for over two centuries, but it has also supplied millions of people with a fabulous place to call home.

The city and its numerous neighborhoods are an appealing mix of the old and the new, the classic and the modern. Those neighborhoods are full of pre-modern churches, giving them a nostalgic sense even as more modern architecture is built around them.

AMERICA’S MOST LIVABLE CITIES 1. PITTSBURGH, PA

5. Atlanta

2. Honolulu, Hawaii

6. Miami

3. Washington, D.C.

7. Detroit

4. Chicago

8. Boston

*Economist Intelligence Unit Most Livable City in the U.S. 2011

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• Only city in the United States with the distinction of being named “America’s Most Livable City” three times by Rand McNally Places Rated Almanac. • Pittsburgh has 448 bridges, more than any other city in the world. • Home of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, the first – and largest – certified green convention center in the world, which was selected by the White House to host the 2009 G-20 Summit. • Ranked among the World’s Top-10 Cleanest Cities by Forbes Magazine (2007). • Referred to as the “San Francisco of the East Coast” for its notable hills and beautiful views. • Boasts the second-most beautiful view in the United States according to USA Today (view from Mt. Washington).

• UPMC (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center) was named the 13th best hospital in America. • Pittsburgh is home to many “firsts,” including the first U.S. public television station (WQED), the first U.S. radio station (KDKA), the first all-aluminum building (Alcoa), the first polio vaccine (Jonas Salk) and the first robotics institute (Carnegie Mellon University).

QUICK FACTS ABOUT PITTSBURGH Established:

1758

Average Temp:

Population:

305,704 (city) 1.22 million (Allegheny County) 22nd largest urban area in the U.S.

Spring – 49° F Fall – 53° F

Championships:

Steelers (6), Pirates (5), Penguins (3)

Educational:

29 colleges and universities in Southwestern Pennsylvania

Tourism:

3.9 million people visit annually

• Pittsburgh was ranked the Ninth “Best City for Work and Family” in America by Fortune Magazine.

Area:

55 sq. mi.

Bridges:

448 (most of any city in the world)

• Pittsburgh is ranked among the nation’s top-25 arts destinations (American Style Magazine).

Elevation:

1,223 ft.

Summer – 71° F Winter – 30° F

“... THE ONLY CITY IN AMERICA

WITH AN ENTRANCE.” New York Times

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PITTSBURGH

SPORTS TOWN Each year, Pittsburgh ranks among the best sports towns in America. The Panthers are part of a great city sports family that includes professional franchises in football, baseball and hockey. The Steelers of the NFL, the Pirates of Major League Baseball and the Penguins of the NHL all call Pittsburgh home and, along with Pitt are an exciting part of the city’s flavor.

• Over the last 10 seasons (2001-11), Pitt men’s basketball has compiled a .794 winning percentage (273-71) ranking among the nation’s top-five best winning percentages during that span. Pitt has also won six Big East titles in the last 10 years. Pitt Basketball games at the Petersen Events Center have also been sold out for the last nine consecutive seasons.

• The Sporting News named Pittsburgh as America’s Best Sports City in 2009.

• Pitt football has enjoyed eight bowl games in the past eleven seasons.

• The 2009 and 2006 Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers are one of the most accomplished franchises in professional sports history, winning an unprecedented four Super Bowls during the 1970s.

• Pitt women’s basketball has advanced to the postseason in five of the past six seasons, which includes back-to-back NCAA Sweet 16 appearances in 2008 and 2009.

• Host of the 2008 PGA U.S. Open. 2011 U.S. Women’s Open.

• PNC Park has been named one of the most beautiful baseball stadiums in the country. It opened in 2001 and boasts a stunning view of the Pittsburgh skyline.

• Sports Illustrated ranked Heinz Field as the second-best stadium in the National Football League.

• CONSOL Energy Center will host the 2013 Frozen Four.

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• Host of the 2006 Major League Baseball All-Star game at PNC Park.

• Sidney Crosby currently stars for the Pittsburgh Penguins franchise that won the 2009 Stanley Cup. The franchise has enjoyed NHL Playoff berths in each of the last five seasons.

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• PNC Park was rated the best ballpark in Major League Baseball by ESPN’s Jim Caple in 2008.


SPORTING NEWS

TOP-10 SPORTS CITIES 1. PITTSBURGH, PA 2. Philadelphia, PA 3. Boston, MA 4. Chicago, IL 5. Los Angeles, CA 6. New York, NY 7. Phoenix, AZ 8. Miami, FL 9. Dallas-Fort Worth, TX 10. Detroit, MI

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OAKLAND

A CITY IN ITSELF Pitt’s main campus sits in the heart of Oakland and attracts a lively and interesting mix of people to the area throughout the day and evening. Its decorative landscape of architectural landmarks, museums and concert halls are juxtaposed with comfortable, friendly neighborhoods, traditional family businesses and national chains, giving the area a small-town feel in the midst of a larger urban scene. • Sitting across the street from the beautiful Cathedral of Learning are the Carnegie Museums, Library and Music Hall. The Carnegie Museum of Art receives international acclaim for its collection of American and European artwork and the many extraordinary exhibits that are on display every year. The Museum of Art also houses a cinema, bringing in numerous foreign films every month. The Museum of Natural History gives its visitors a chance to interact with the exhibits and is known for its impressive collection of dinosaur fossils. For those searching for entertainment or knowledge, Carnegie Music Hall is home to performances by world-renowned musicians and lecturers alike. The Carnegie Library has more than six million items and sponsors informative classes on computers and health issues.

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• For those who wish to escape the fast pace of city life but don’t want to venture too far from home, 456-acre Schenley Park sits directly behind the Carnegie facilities. Schenley is the third-largest urban park in the country and offers a skating rink, baseball fields, soccer fields, tennis courts, a golf course and a Frisbee golf course. Also inside the park is Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, one of the largest botanical conservatories in the United States. • Oakland is home base for the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Health System. The system includes UPMC Presbyterian and Montefiore Hospitals, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, UPMC Shadyside, Magee-Women’s Hospital and numerous other medical facilities in Western Pennsylvania. This innovative health system was recently ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top medical centers in the country.


• The variety of shops and restaurants in Oakland provide the public with thriving businesses, satisfying nearly every need and want. Scattered throughout Oakland are among others, Chinese, Mexican, Indian, Italian, Thai, Japanese and Middle Eastern restaurants. • Oakland’s striking architecture is evident in St. Paul’s Cathedral and Heinz Chapel. The towering structures keep a peaceful, nostalgic sense amid the buzzing urban life. • One of the greatest moments in the history of professional baseball occurred in Oakland, where historic Forbes Field stood for over 60 years. Pittsburgh Pirates Hall-of-Famer Bill Mazeroski hit a dramatic game-seven home run to defeat the New York Yankees in the 1960 World Series. Forbes Field was razed at the beginning of the 1970s but the outfield wall where Mazeroski’s home run was hit still stands. Home plate also remains in its original spot and is on display in Pitt’s Posvar Hall.

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PREPARING FOR

THE FUTURE The University of Pittsburgh Academic Support Services has one mission: to help the student-athletes of the University of Pittsburgh have a meaningful and successful academic experience during their campus years. Jennifer Tuscano, beginning her seventh year as academic coordinator for the women’s basketball program, meets regularly with women’s basketball team members to provide advising, counseling, and tutorial and study skills. All women’s basketball players who have completed their eligibility have also earned their degree under Tuscano’s tutelage. Pitt boasts first-class academic facilities in the Hearst Academic Center for Student Athletes and the Hilda M. Willis Center for Academic Support. Located in the Petersen Events Center, the Willis Center serves as another resource for student-athletes to reach their highest academic potential. Staffed by full-time academic counselors and graduate assistants, the Willis Center features a computer lab with 25 computers, tutorial rooms and a student reference library, giving the Panthers access to all of the features of Academic Support Service.

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PITT ATHLETICS ACADEMIC PROGRAM The University of Pittsburgh Academic Support program is designed specifically to guide and assist student-athletes in their pursuit of meeting graduation requirements. The following is an outline of the academic services each student-athlete will receive on a yearly basis: • ACADEMIC SUPPORT Assist student-athletes balance workload while adjusting to the demands of a highly competitive NCAA Division I program. – Review team schedules and assist with layout of class schedule. – Monitor progress in classes by communicating directly with instructors two times per semester. – Review NCAA continuing eligibility requirements. • CAREER COUNSELING Work closely with University Career Services to assist students with choosing majors, internship preparation, and resume preparation.

– Freshman Year: Self-exploration to identify personal interests. – Sophomore Year: Career inventories to assist in deciding majors. – Junior Year: Resume preparation/internship exploration. – Senior Year: Job/Graduate school preparation. • TUTORIAL PROGRAM Free tutoring provided to assist with course and content review. – Helpful both in and out of season; in particular during times of team travel. – Offer individual tutoring, group tutoring and review sessions. – Appointments are structured around class and practice schedules. • STUDY SKILLS PROGRAM Mandatory program designed to assist first-year student-athletes with a successful transition from high school to college. – Identify learning styles to help with study techniques. – Review time management to assist with balancing demands. – Review various other issues relating to the student-athlete experience.

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BUILDING

A WINNER The Performance Team is comprised of the athletic training/sports medicine and strength and conditioning departments. The Pitt Strength and Conditioning program is designed to improve athletic performance in all aspects: strength and flexibility, speed and power, conditioning, agility, nutrition, and mental toughness. Each individual student-athlete receives personal instruction, individual attention and a program based on their need from head strength and conditioning coach Kim King. The weight and equipment room is located in the Baierl Basketball Center in the Petersen Events Center. The weight room is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and conveniently located between the locker room and the athletic training room to provide easy access for student-athletes’ use. The primary objectives of the Athletic Training/Sports Medicine department is injury prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation. The sports medicine team, led

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by athletic trainer, Ann Marie Porada, utilizes a multidisciplinary approach including orthopedics, therapeutic modalities and exercise. Porada, beginning her third season with the Panthers, is responsible for the evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of the squad. The student-athletes can receive treatment in the Petersen Events Center. The student-athletes also have access to the UPMC Center for Sports Medicine. The clinic provides athletes the opportunity to be seen by various medical specialists who are able to combine the resources of a major academic institution and expert clinical services for professional and collegiate teams.


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GIVING BACK TO THE

COMMUNITY Head coach Agnus Berenato and the Panthers have made a commitment to assist the Pittsburgh community and the surrounding areas. Pitt participates in several events and functions throughout the year, trying to make a difference in its community. From teaching clinics at a local school to visiting children at the Pittsburgh Children’s Hospital – the Panthers are always looking for an opportunity to give back to their community and represent Pitt. Head coach Agnus Berenato has earned several invitations to both speak and attend engagements in the Pittsburgh area and beyond. Coach B threw out the first pitch at a Pirates game at PNC Park in September 2009 and was honorary chair for the Susan G. Komen Walk for the Cure this past May. Further away from home, Berenato was part of the 2009 College Basketball Tours through the Middle East sponsored by the United States Army.

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In 2011, Panthers hosted the “Pink the Petersen” event for the fourth-straight season. The contest, held yearly in February, helps to raise awareness in the fight against breast cancer.


LIFE

SKILLS Life at an active and first-rate university, is among other things, a rehearsal for life to follow. The city of Pittsburgh and its Oakland campus setting – complete with all of its joys and hardships, its competition, exhilaration, hopes and disappointments – can offer a student-athlete many characteristics of the real world following graduation. To assist student-athletes with these challenges, the University of Pittsburgh created a life skills program for student-athletes in 1995. The program – to develop and prepare studentathletes for success while in college and for life after college – was recently enhanced by a $1.5 million dollar gift from the Cathy and John Pelusi family.

• Academic Achievement

The Cathy and John Pelusi Family Life Skills Program will continue to guide and instruct student-athletes on areas such as career development and graduate school preparation (resume writing, interviewing preparation), as well as health and wellness. In addition, other fields of emphasis in the program include basic personal financial management (creating/maintaining a budget, transition to life after college) and leadership and character development.

• Personal Development

• Athletic Achievement • Career Development and Graduate School Preparation • Community Service • Character and Leadership Development

• Financial Education • Health and Wellness

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JOIN

THE FUN The Pitt women’s basketball team holds several game-day promotions during the season. The Panthers hosted their second-annual School Day this past season, entertaining over 50 grade schools from around Pittsburgh. The kids attended the game as part of an educational field trip. This year’s School Day contest will take place on Friday, Nov. 18 at 11 a.m. Other signature games include Girl Scout Day and “Pink the Petersen.” The annual Pink contest is held in February in conjunction with the Women Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Pink campaign. The contest looks to educate and promote awareness for the disease breast cancer.

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PANTHER

TRAVEL When you come to Pitt, you travel the nation and the world. Over the past few seasons, the Panthers have stamped their passports to Rome, Italy; Athens, Greece and Cancun, Mexico. Stateside, they have visited Nevada, New Mexico, California, Washington and Oregon to name a few.

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GUEST

COACHES

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A Margaret Sitko and Pat Rodella – Dec. 28, 2010

The Pittsburgh-based law firm of Sitko, Rodella & Bruno, LLC (SRB) was founded in 2000 by Maggi Sitko, Pat Rodella and Judy Bruno, three attorneys with extensive experience in the commercial real estate field. Sitko and Rodella, who served as guest coaches against Austin Peay, are tremendous supporters of Pitt women’s basketball.

B Janet and Dennis McKamish – Feb. 1, 2011

Dennis and Janet McKamish are Pitt women’s basketball supporters and benefactors of an endowed scholarship. Mr. McKamish serves as CEO for McKamish, Inc. a locally owned and operated mechanical contracting company with over 35 years of experience.

C Martha Munsch – Jan. 22, 2011

Martha Munsch has been a partner at Reed Smith, LLP since 1983. Munsch, a devoted fan of the Pitt Women’s Basketball team, is a 1970 University of Pittsburgh graduate where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree Phi Beta Kappa in the School of Arts and Sciences.

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She established the Martha Hartle Munsch Endowed Women’s Basketball Scholarship and the head women’s basketball office at the Petersen Events Center bears her name.

D Gary and Roberta Brownlee – Dec. 11, 2010

The Brownlees, who reside in Valparaiso, Ind., are members of the Pitt Club of Chicago and are listed on the Honor Roll of Donors. Brownlee, former managing partner at New State Mortgage Co., is an Alumni Association life member.

E Gretchen and Everette James – Dec. 4, 2010

Mr. James is the former Secretary of Health for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and currently serves as the Associate Vice Chancellor for Health Policy and Planning at the University of Pittsburgh. Mr. James helped implement a statewide smoking ban, a program to eliminate hospital-acquired infections, and the creation of stringent nutrition and physical education standards in Pennsylvania’s public schools. The couple’s two daughters – Katie and Charlotte – served as ball girls for the game versus Mount St. Mary’s.

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F Pat Niemic, Audrey Mittendorfer, Cheri Vallecorsa – Nov. 5, 2010

Pat, Audrey and Cheri are three season ticket holders of Pitt women’s basketball, who rarely miss a game. Ardent supporters of the team, the trio served as guest coaches for the first game of the season against Seton Hill.

G Eva Blum – Feb. 19, 2011

Eva Blum is a devoted follower of the Pitt women’s basketball team. She joined the legal division of PNC Bank-Pittsburgh in 1977, became vice president of PNC Bank Corp. in 1986, and was elected senior vice president and chief compliance counsel in 1990. Blum – a two-time breast cancer survivor – served as guest coach at the annual Pink the Petersen game.

H Renny Clark and John Wilds – Nov. 24, 2010

Renny Clark and John Wilds served as guest coaches against Duke. Wilds is the Assistant Vice Chancellor to Community Relations while Clark is Pitt’s Vice Chancellor for Community Initiatives and Chief of Staff in the Office to the Chancellor. Both Wilds and Clark are long-time devoted supporters of the Pitt women’s basketball program and of the University of Pittsburgh.

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I Dr. Deborah Stinner Ferrington – Nov. 17, 2010

Dr. Stinner Ferrington is an Associate Professor in the Department of Ophthalmology and Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Ferrington played volleyball and basketball at Pitt and was among the first class of women to receive scholarships. She received the Varsity Letter Club “Awardee of Distinction” in the most recent class – awarded the honor on Oct. 15, 2011.

J Melissa and Richard Carrigan – Dec. 19 and 20, 2010

Richard Carrigan attended the University of Pittsburgh on a basketball athletic scholarship, closing his academic endeavors with a MBA from the Katz School of Business. He is the founder of four companies, ranging from a venture into real estate to alternative energy sources. He and his wife, Melissa – who call Las Vegas home – are the proud parents of three children: Grant, Sydney and Brady.

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K Jim Duratz – Feb. 12, 2011

A long-time friend of and generous donor to the University of Pittsburgh, Jim Duratz was the guest coach versus USF. One of the most impressive facilities in the nation, the Duratz Athletic Complex in the UPMC Sports Performance Complex houses the Pitt football team. Mr. Duratz was inducted in 2000 as a charter member of Pitt’s Cathedral of Learning Society.

L Dawn and Jim Rush – Feb. 19, 2011

Dawn Rush is the mother of Pitt honorary captain Kayla Nicole Rush. Kayla passed away at the age of 11 last August from bone cancer. Her support and strength will always be remembered.

M Jean Ferketish and Cathy Pelusi – Nov. 12, 2010

Dr. Ferketish and Cathy Pelusi are ardent supporters of Panthers women’s basketball. Dr. Ferketish serves as the Secretary of the Board of Trustees and is Assistant Chancellor for the University of Pittsburgh. She also created the Hoopla group – a collection of Pitt Women’s Faculty and staff who support the program.

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Cathy Pelusi has an extensive amount of ties to University of Pittsburgh Athletics. Her husband John was the starting center for Pitt’s 1976 national championship team and is currently a member of Pitt’s Board of Trustees while two of her four children were also standout student-athletes at Pitt.

N Doug Schallau – Feb. 26, 2011

Doug is the Vice President at Leader to Leader Institute in New York City, a non-profit which aims to strengthen the leadership of the social sector. The President and CEO is Frances Hesselbein, for whom The Heselbein Global Academy for Student Leadership and Civic Engagement at Pitt bears her name.

O Michelle and Mark Tallarico – Feb. 23, 2011

The couple, who reside in Falls Church, Va., are members of the Chesapeake and Potomac Pitt Club. Mark is a 1996 graduate of Pitt (College of General Studies) and Michelle is a 2001 graduate of the University.

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Mr. Booth is a retired Vice President at Merck, and a former men’s basketball manager at the University of Pittsburgh, while his wife, Nina, is a Pitt Nursing School graduate. The Booths have two athletic endowed scholarships – one with the women’s basketball team and another with the men’s program.

Q Stephen and Susan McGalla – Feb. 28, 2011

Stephen and Susan McGalla, loyal supporters of the Pitt women’s basketball team, were guest coaches at the last home game of the season. Susan is the Chief Executive Officer of The Wet Seal, Inc., a juniors and contemporary sportswear retailer, while Stephen is the Vice President for Investments for UBS Paine Webber.

R John and Gertrude Petersen – Jan. 15, 2011

John and Gertrude, the namesakes of the Petersen Events Center and the new Petersen Sports Complex, served as guest coaches against Notre Dame. Mr. Petersen, a 1951 graduate of Pitt with a degree in business administration, is a native of nearby Erie, Pennsylvania and is the retired President and CEO of Erie Insurance Group. While an undergraduate at Pitt, he lived on campus and lettered as a member of the swimming and diving team. The couple are amazing supporters of all that is the University of Pittsburgh.

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P S Joan Bigley – Jan. 12, 2011

Mrs. Bigley – who joined the team on the road at Seton Hall – and her husband Thomas are avid supporters of Pitt women’s basketball. Mr. Bigley is the retired managing partner at Ernst and Young, LLP, and he also serves as an emeritus trustee on Pitt’s Board of Trustees. The Bigley’s sponsor an endowed baseball scholarship at Pitt and are annual fund donors of the Children’s Institute.

T Barbara Mowery and John Oravetz – Feb. 15, 2011

Babs and John are devoted supporters of the program. The two work in an invaluable role for the University, advising student-athletes and others on academics. John works in the College of General Studies while Babs is with the School of Arts and Sciences.

U Kim Brown – Jan. 29, 2011

Kim served as guest coach versus Marquette. She is a partner with Thorp Reed & Armstrong, LLP and a member of the firm’s Commercial and Corporate Litigation Practice Group, specializing in commercial and insurance litigation and the defense of product liability actions.

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COACH B’s KIDS CLUB

BERENATO’S BUNCH Coach Agnus Berenato and the Panthers Women’s Basketball team invite all boys and girls, who are in the eighth grade and under, to become the 6th man on their team by joining Coach B’s Kids Club. This is a great opportunity for boys and girls to become involved with the Panthers Women’s Basketball program. Membership is $15.00 for the season. Membership includes: • Coach B’s Kids Club T-shirt • Membership card • Monthly newsletter • Special seating at games and three events during the season • Pizza party and locker room tour • Ice cream party • Basketball clinic

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Our goal is to have the largest and loudest kid’s club in the Big East! Coach B’s Kids Club Membership makes great gifts for friends too! Please sign a friend up or tell them to join the fun: Game On! To join Coach B’s Kids Club, simply fill out the forms online at Pitt’s official Web site at www.pittsburghpanthers.com and send along with a check or money order for $15.00, made out to the University of Pittsburgh, mail to: University of Pittsburgh Women’s Basketball Attn. Coach B’s Kids Club P.O. Box 7436 Pittsburgh, PA 15261


TABLE OF

CONTENTS SEASON PREVIEW

SEASON IN REVIEW

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Season Outlook......................................... 32 Roster...........................................................34

2010-11 Season Results..............................68 Season Box Score........................................69 Game-by-Game Statistics..........................70 Game-by-Game Leaders............................72 Highs & Lows..............................................73 Game Summaries..................................74-86

University of Pittsburgh ...........................148 25 Ways Pitt Changed the World ............150 Chancellor Mark Nordenberg .................152 Athletic Director Steve Pederson ............154 Pitt Head Coaches .....................................156 Sports Medicine .........................................157 Department of Bands................................158 Spirit Groups..............................................159 Agnus Berenato Basketball Camps .........160

EXECUTIVE EDITOR: Stacey Brann

MEDIA

COVERS AND PAGE DESIGN: Rob Price Vance Wright Adams and Associates Inc. Pittsburgh, Pa.

2011-2012 PANTHERS Ashlee Anderson ...................................... 36 Leeza Burdgess.......................................... 38 Marquel Davis .......................................... 40 Kyra Dunn................................................. 42 Asia Logan ................................................. 44 Abby Dowd ............................................... 46 Loliya Briggs.............................................. 47 Chyna Golden ........................................... 48 Brianna Kiesel ........................................... 49 Cora McManus ......................................... 50 TiAnna Porter........................................... 51 Brianna Brizzi ............................................52

COACHING STAFF Agnus Berenato ................................... 54-58 Patty Coyle .................................................59 Khadija Head .............................................60 Mallorie Winn ...........................................61 Support Staff ........................................ 62-65 Kayla Rush..................................................66

PITT HISTORY AND RECORDS All-Time Coaching Records .....................88 All-Time Roster ..........................................89 Individual Career Records ........................90 Annual Leaders ...........................................92 Single Game Records .................................94 Single Game Highs .....................................95 Season Bests ................................................96 Top Performers by Class ...........................97 The Last Time .............................................98 1,000 Point Club ................................. 99-102 Year-by-Year Results .......................103-113 Opponent Series Records ................114-131 Series Records Summary .........................132

BIG EAST/NCAA 2010-11 Big East Statistics ..............134-136 Big East Records .......................................137 Big East Honors ........................................138 Big East Championship ...........................139 Big East Composite Schedule .................140 NCAA ................................................143-146

Memo to the Media ..................................162 Press Information ......................................163 Radio Information ....................................164 Directions and Parking ............................165 Staying in Pittsburgh ................................166 Media Outlets ............................................157 2011-12 Opponents...........................169-175 Radio/TV Roster .......................................176

CONTRIBUTING EDITORS: Greg Hotchkiss, Sophia Duck, Matt Jackson CONTRIBUTORS: Meghan Bielich, E.J. Borghetti, Maureen Anderson, Nick Lupinetti, Andrew Entin, Adam Polansky LAYOUT: Stacey Brann

PRINTING: Heeter Direct, Lesley Kohlmyer COVER PHOTOGRAPHY: Duane Rieder, Rieder Photography PHOTOGRAPHY: Pete Madia, Harry Bloomberg, Mike Drazdzinski, Joe Kapelewski, Will Babin, William McBride, Chuck LeClaire, Duane Rieder, Duncan Williams and Stacey Brann A VERY SPECIAL THANKS: Rob Price, Ron Moehler, Lynne Carothers, Karen Burns and all prior University of Pittsburgh media relations staffs.

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2011-12 Outlook Pitt women’s basketball coach Agnus Berenato welcomes any task. Armed with the information of being the lone school out of 326 teams in NCAA Division I women’s basketball to not have a senior and a junior on its roster, Berenato might have billed this year as her most challenging in 28 years of coaching. Quite the opposite as instead the seasoned coach and her staff are excited and eager to teach and watch this group of 12 underclassmen (6 freshman, 6 sophomores) reach its potential. “I think that the one thing that the youthfulness adds is just a tremendous excitement and enthusiasm and a great desire to improve,” said Berenato, who welcomes the first-ever top-20 recruiting class at Pitt. “You can really see them looking and listening as we coaches teach. It’s almost like you can feel the pulse and I think that their motivation to learn probably is the greatest thing.” “Having no upperclassman can indicate two things – youthfulness and inexperience. But, this group is so committed to working hard so the two will have a way of taking care of themselves,” Berenato adds. The Panthers, who lost 75 percent of their scoring to graduation, return one lone starter from a season ago. Ashlee Anderson made 23 starts and was one of only four players to appear in all 31 games. The guard from Chicago averaged 5.2 points and knocked down 19 3-pointers, both highs for a returning player. “Ashlee is really working on her game. I think she’s a lot more powerful with the ball right now, able to really come off the curl and pull up and hit that shot,” Berenato notes of the redshirt sophomore. “I think that Ashlee has really learned a lot mentally about the game - mental toughness, as well as physical toughness.” Joining Anderson as a returnee in the backcourt is sophomore Marquel Davis. The Virginia product was billed as the team’s best defender a year ago, while averaging 2.3 points and 1.5 rebounds. “Marquel is really a quick switch athlete for us and a great defender and we will depend on that again this year,” Berenato said of the 5-9 guard, who averaged 14.3 minutes a game last season. “She likes to take it to the rim, but at the same time she’s able to pull up and shoot the jumper which gives us a double threat. I am excited to see the next step for Marquel this season.” Davis will function most in the three-guard spot, splitting time with classmate Asia Logan. The Baltimore, Md. native saw action in 25 games in 2010-11, averaging 3.7 points.

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“Asia has really worked to try to improve her outside shot, but you know at the same time I think that her best asset is really attacking the glass and hitting the jumper, “ said Berenato of the 6-0 guard. “She’s a very strong player and can change the flow of the game.” The point guard position is expected to be filled by a true freshman - Brianna Kiesel, who graduated as one of the most decorated players at Proctor High School in Utica, N.Y.

Marquel Davis

Ashlee Anderson

The soft-spoken guard, who won’t be the one to tell you that her number at Proctor has already been retired, delivers with her game – quick, explosive and smart. “Brianna is really special, explosive with the ball in her hand and without the ball. She’s good on the ball defensively and so very smart offensively as she knows time and score situation which is important,” said Berenato. “You know, she’s just a pleasure to be around and to watch on the floor.” Another first-year - Loliya Briggs - is also expected to get a lot of playing time this year in the backcourt. The 5-11 guard from high school powerhouse Potter’s House has already earned the respect of her teammates by being named a tri-captain in just her first collegiate season. The Gainesville, Fla. native enters as the highest ranked player in the highly touted incoming class. Briggs was injured this summer while playing for the Nigerian National U19 team and Berenato hopes to have the powerful guard in the lineup in early December. “She’s muscle, she’s pure muscle and knows the game,” said Berenato of Briggs. “Lo won four national championships and quite simply, she gets it.. I never ever look over at her on the court during practice and she does not have a ball in her hand and she’s not dribbling,” “She knows how to play defense, she knows how to trap and she

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Walk-on Brianna Brizzi adds depth at the guard position. The daughter of a long-time Virginia high school boys’ basketball coach, Brizzi is a solid addition to the roster.

“Leeza has totally transformed her body,” said Berenato. “Physically she has just really become stronger and has worked very hard on her conditioning and on her overall game. It’s very much bang and touch with her. Leeza can set a great screen and both she and Cora are tough to get through.”

This girl is a great shooter,” said Berenato of the 5-6 guard. “She’s very unassuming, she’s just real quiet, you don’t know she’s there but she doesn’t make mistakes, she picks the right side of the floor and knows the defenses – all in a short period of time”

Pitt opens the season with its first six games at the Petersen Events Center before hitting the road the first weekend in December for a pair of contests in North Carolina (at High Point, at Duke).

In the four-spot, Berenato projects that sophomore Kyra Dunn will contend for a starting role. The 6-2 product from California averaged 9.3 minutes in 27 contests a season ago.

“I just felt that we couldn’t take a young team on the road too soon so it is by design that we are home for the month of November,” Berenato noted of the schedule. “I love this group, they are great – easy to coach. And I think they are capable of doing good things. The groundwork is set, they just have to keep up the commitment.”

knows how to play man-to-man. Lo is very well skilled and fundamentally sound.”

“I believe Kyra has emerged,” said Berenato. “I think she made a decision over the summer that she really wanted to be a baller, she didn’t just want to be a student-athlete that played at Pitt so Kyra focused on it. She’s much stronger now going to the hoop and much stronger with her anticipation and defensive skills. We are even looking to run her at the three, as well.” Other frontcourt threats will be a trio of freshmen: Cora McManus, Chyna Golden and TiAnna Porter.

During the off-season, Berenato also made a staff change by promoting Patty Coyle to the associate head coach role. Patty’s experience and work ethic on and off the court is second to none,” said Berenato. “Along with Coach Head and Coach Winn, we have such a strong staff and it’s great to start the journey of this young squad with them.”

Golden was one of 16 players from the basketball rich Shore District in New Jersey to sign a National Letter of Intent last November. The 6-2 forward brings a load of talent and a great work ethic to the program. “Chyna is an exceptionally hard worker. She has had tremendous success at the high school level and that helps with attitude, both on the off the court,” said Berenato. “Chyna has a nose for the ball and she goes in and she rebounds it. She rebounds with authority.” Porter hails from Paris, Tenn. – a small town 86 miles from Nashville with a population under 10,000. Berenato knows her prowess for the ball will aid the Panthers this season. “Ti will play the four, but also can be a five for us. She’s been hurt some in the preseason, but so far I have been very impressed with what she brings to the table. Ti is just a very fundamentally sound player around the basket,” The third freshman that will see action in the post is Cora McManus. The newcomer comes to Pitt from the furthest point – Seattle, Wash. “Cora is able to invert and she hits that nice little six-foot jump shot which is a hard shot to make whether it’s from the wing, the baseline side or the middle,” said Berenato. “When she posts up, it’s very, very difficult to get around her but at the same time her footwork and her hand-eye coordination, she doesn’t miss a pass and her footwork is the best on the team.” Leeza Burdgess – the tallest player on the roster at 6-5 – returns for her second season in a Pitt uniform. She ranked fourth on the squad in total rebounds a season ago, despite playing just 12.5 minutes per game. The Miami native averaged 3.6 points and 3.0 rebounds in 201011. Kyra Dunn

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2011-12 Roster NUMERICAL ROSTER

No. 0 1 3 12 13 23 24 31 33 34 42 51

Name Asia Logan Loliya Briggs Brianna Kiesel Abby Dowd Marquel Davis Ashlee Anderson Brianna Brizzi TiAnna Porter Kyra Dunn Chyna Golden Leeza Burdgess Cora McManus

Pos. G G G G G G G F F F C F

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

Yr. So. Fr. Fr. So.-RS So. So.-RS Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So.-RS Fr.

Hometown/High School/Previous School Baltimore, Md./Digital Harbor Gainesville, Fla./Potter’s House Christian Academy Utica, N.Y./Thomas R. Proctor Tipp City, Ohio/Tippecanoe Fredericksburg, Va./Stafford Chicago, Ill./Whitney Young Magnet Warrenton, Va./Fauquier Paris, Tenn./Henry County Sacramento, Calif./Sacramento Neptune, N.J./Neptune Miami, Fla./Miami Norland Senior Seattle, Wash./Garfield

Pos. G G G C G G F F G G F F

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

Yr. So.-RS Fr. Fr. So.-RS So. So.-RS So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr.

Hometown/High School/Previous School Chicago, Ill./Whitney Young Magnet Gainesville, Fla./Potter’s House Christian Academy Warrenton, Va./Fauquier Miami, Fla./Miami Norland Senior Fredericksburg, Va./Stafford Tipp City, Ohio/Tippecanoe Sacramento, Calif./Sacramento Neptune, N.J./Neptune Utica, N.Y./Thomas R. Proctor Baltimore, Md./Digital Harbor Seattle, Wash./Garfield Paris, Tenn./Henry County

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

Agnus BERENATO KHADIJA Head LOLIYA Briggs KYRA Dunn CHYNA Golden BRIANNA KIESEL TIANNA Porter

CLASS BREAKDOWN

Total Players Seniors (0) Juniors (0) Sophomores (6)

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

No. 23 1 24 42 13 12 33 34 3 0 51 31

Name Ashlee Anderson Loliya Briggs Brianna Brizzi Leeza Burdgess Marquel Davis Abby Dowd Kyra Dunn Chyna Golden Brianna Kiesel Asia Logan Cora McManus TiAnna Porter

Head Coach: Agnus Berenato (Mount St. Mary’s, 1980), 28th season overall, Ninth season at Pitt Associate Head Coach: Patty Coyle (Rutgers, 1982) Assistant Coaches: Khadija Head (Murray State, 2003), Mallorie Winn (Pittsburgh, 2007) Director of Operations: Meghan Bielich (Clarion University, 2006) Video Coordinator: David Scarborough (California University of Pennsylvania, 2009)

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bare-ah-NOT-oh KA-dee-zah Lo-Lee-ya KI (rhymes with tie)-ra China BREE-anna KEY-sel TEE-anna

Freshmen (6)

12 Ashlee Anderson (RS) Leeza Burggess (RS) Abby Dowd (RS) Marquel Davis Kyra Dunn Asia Logan Loliya Briggs Brianna Brizzi Chyna Golden Brianna Kiesel Cora McManus TiAnna Porter

GEOGRAPHICAL BREAKDOWN

California (1) Florida (2)

Kyra Dunn, Sacramento Loliya Briggs, Gainesville Leeza Burdgess, Miami Illinois (1) Ashlee Anderson, Chicago Maryland (1) Asia Logan, Baltimore New Jersey (1) Chyna Golden, Neptune New York (1) Brianna Kiesel, Utica Ohio (1) Abby Dowd, Tipp City Tennessee (1) TiAnna Porter, Paris Virginia (2) Brianna Brizzi, Warrenton Marquel Davis, Frederickburg Washington (1) Cora McManus, Seattle


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23 A ASHLEE ANDERSON Sophomore (RS) • 5-9 • Guard • Chicago, Ill. • Whitney Young Magnet S

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON (2010-11)

One of four players to appear in every game (31) and the only freshman ... 23 starts on the year, including final 14 contests ... averaged 5.4 points on the year, along with 2.7 rebounds ... had 19 three-pointers on the season ... notched four games in double figures on the season ... broke out for career-high 20 points at. St. John’s on Feb. 26, shooting 7-of-14 from the field ... at St. John’s, reached career-highs in field goals made and attempted and also in three-pointers made (5) and attempted (8) ... collected 10 points on two occasions, vs. West Virginia on Feb. 19 and vs. USF on Feb. 12 ... had 14 points, all in first half, versus Central Michigan on Dec. 31 ... went 4-4 from behind the arc at CMU ... grabbed a career/season- best of five rebounds in four different games ... achieved personal best six assists at Syracuse on Jan. 26 ... played season-high 44 minutes in overtime vs. Marquette on Jan. 29. 2009-10 SEASON

Redshirted … injured prior to season. HIGH SCHOOL

An Illinois Basketball Coaches Association All-State Third Team selection following her senior year in which she led Whitney Young to a runner-up finish at the state championship ... averaged 12.3 points, 4.3 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game as a senior ... Street and Smith Honorable Mention All-America ... McDonald’s All-American Nominee ... attended 2008 Mike White Top 10 All-American Camp following her junior season ... led Whitney Young to its first ever state championship in 2008 ... averaged 11.4 points, 5 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game as a junior ... named a Chicago Top 50 Player ... voted a Chicagohoops.com Top Area HS Baller ... selected as a Public Windy City West Top 3 Conference Player ... a Chicago Defender Top Girls Hoop Star ... awarded Chicago Public League all-section honors and a Chicago Tribune special mention ... voted prep athlete of the week on March 4th, 2008 ... led team to city championships in 2006, 2007 and 2009 ... an Adidas Top 10 Underclassmen Camp participant following her freshman season ... played AAU basketball for the Lady Fire ... ranked 122nd best player overall by Mike White ... ranked the 90th best player overall and 17th in her position by Dan Olson. PERSONAL

Nickname is Snaxs ... daughter of Alonzo and Cynthia Anderson ... born November 12, 1990 ... has two older brothers, Christopher and Alexander and one older sister, Alexandria … majoring in Communications and Rhetoric. ANDERSON’S CAREER STATISTICS

FGYear GP-GS Min-Avg FGA Pct 2010-1131-23 624-20.1 55-148 .372 TOTAL 31-23 624-20.1 55-148 .372

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Off 25 25

Rebounds Def Tot-Avg 54 79-2.5 54 79-2.5

PF-FO 49-0 49-0

Ast 50 50

TO 64 64

Blk 1 1

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2010-11 GAME-BY-GAME

Points 20, at St. John’s, 2-26-11 Rebounds 5, four times last vs. Marquette, 1-29-11 Assists 6, at Syracuse, 1-26 Blocked Shots n/a Steals 3, vs. Loyola, 11-28-10 Minutes 44, vs. Marquette Field Goals Made 7, at St. John’s Field Goals Att. 14, at. St. John’s FG Pct. .667, (2-3) at St. Francis, 12-1-10 3-Point FGM 5, at St. John’s 3-Point FG Att. 8, at St. John’s 3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made) 1.000 at Central Michigan, 12-31-10 Free Throws Made 5, vs. WVU, 2-19-11 Free Throw Att. 6, vs. WVU FT Pct (min 2 made) 1.000, three times, at Seton Hall, 1-12-11

Opponent GS-Min FG-FGA Pct Youngstown St. 10 0-2 .000 at Minnesota 9 1-1 1.000 Radford 12 2-2 1.000 Duke 5 0-0 .000 Loyola (Md.) 23 3-6 .500 at St. Francis (Pa.) 17 2-3 .667 Mount St. Mary’s *-21 1-4 .250 DePaul *-28 2-7 .286 at Valparaiso *-20 3-7 .429 vs, Texas Tech *-26 2-6 .333 vs. UT Arlington *-12 2-4 .500 Austin Peay *-14 0-3 .000 at Central Michigan *-29 5-8 .625 at Duquesne *-17 0-0 .000 at Louisville *-7 0-1 .000 at Seton Hall 14 2-7 .286 Notre Dame 20 3-7 .429 at Connecticut *-25 2-5 .400 at Syracuse *-33 2-9 .222 Marquette *-44 3-12 .250 Cincinnati *-15 0-2 .000 at West Virginia *-22 0-3 .000 at Rutgers *-14 1-36 .333 USF *-36 4-7 .571 Providence *-17 2-3 .667 West Virginia *-20 2-7 .286 at Georgetown *-29 1-7 .143 at St. John’s *-33 7-14 .500 Villanova *-19 3-4 .750 vs. USF *-16 0-3 .000 vs. Marquette *-17 0-1 .000

3FG-FGA Pct 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 1-4 .250 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 1-3 .333 0-2 .000 4-4 1.000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 1-3 .333 1-3 .333 1-2 .500 1-5 .200 2-6 .333 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1-3 .333 0-2 .000 5-8 .625 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

FT-FTA Pct 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 5-6 .833 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 3-4 .750 5-6 .833 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000

Off-Def-Tot 0-2-2 0-1-1 1-3-4 0-0-0 1-2-3 2-0-2 1-3-4 0-5-5 3-1-4 0-1-1 0-2-2 0-1-1 1-4-5 0-1-1 1-0-1 1-1-2 1-3-4 1-2-3 1-4-5 2-3-5 0-2-2 1-2-3 0-3-3 0-2-2 1-1-2 1-2-3 3-0-3 1-0-1 2-2-4 0-0-0 0-0-0

F 2 1 1 0 3 2 0 0 1 3 3 3 2 1 0 1 0 1 4 4 2 1 2 3 2 0 1 3 0 1 2

Rebounds A TO Blk 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 4 1 0 2 4 0 5 2 0 0 2 0 2 2 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 4 2 0 0 3 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 3 3 0 6 3 0 3 2 0 3 1 0 2 1 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 0 4 0 3 2 0 2 1 0 2 4 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0

Stl Pts 0 0 0 2 2 7 0 0 3 6 1 4 0 3 2 5 1 6 0 4 0 5 0 2 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 8 0 5 3 5 0 11 0 0 1 5 0 2 0 10 0 7 0 10 1 3 0 20 0 7 1 0 0 2

MORE ABOUT ASHLEE

Favorite Movie: Love and Basketball Favorite TV Shows: Criminal Minds and Family Guy Favorite Food: Fried Chicken Superpower You Would Want To Have: Invisibility Reality Show Would You Most Want To Be On: Real World Most Prized Possession: My Family Favorite Pro Athlete: Ray Allen or Derrick Rose Like To Play 1-on-1 Against: Michael Jordan Imitate Your Game After: Cappie Pondexter Dream Job: My own show on ESPN Sportscenter Best Friend On Another College Team: Kiara Conner (SIU-E) and Porsha Hams (Ohio U). Most Influential Person in Your Life: My Mom

Most Like to Meet: Oprah Biggest Fear: Failure Favorite Subject in Grade school: Math (Algebra) If You Had a Million Dollars? Invest in the stock market One Word To Describe Yourself: Outgoing One Word To Describe Pitt Basketball: Progressive Did you know? • Ashlee’s grandmother used to refer to her as “Baby Rodman”, because her playing skills reminded her of NBA star Dennis Rodman. • Her great grandmother, Mary Coley, is in the National Smithsonian for all her duties and accomplishments as a midwife in Georgia and surrounding areas.

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42 LEEZA BURDGESS Sophomore (RS) • 6-5 • Center • Miami, Fla • Miami Norland Senior

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON (2010-11)

Saw action in 30 games in first full season in a Pitt uniform ... averaged 3.6 points and 3.0 rebounds per contest ... ranked fourth on the team with 91 rebounds ... had career-highs of 16 points and 11 rebounds at Valparaiso on Dec. 11 ... double-double marked the first of career for the redshirt freshman ... had 10 points, first double-figure scoring contest, on Dec. 4 at home versus Mt. St. Mary’s ... registered 11 points against UT Arlington on Dec. 20 ... pulled down a career-high 13 rebounds against Marquette on Jan. 29 ... scored 10 points on 4-for-4 shooting against USF on March 4 to push Pitt into the second round of the Big East Tournament ... went 4-of-4 in the game ... had three blocks - a career-high - versus Marquette ... played season/career high 25 minutes vs. Texas Tech on Dec. 19.

2009-10 SEASON

Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL

Led Norland to a 32-0 undefeated season and state championship during senior year ... averaged a double-double her junior (14.5 ppg, 12.5 rbg.) and sophomore (11.5 ppg, 12 rbg.) seasons ... named second team all-county following her junior season ... led team in blocks in a single game (8) ... an Adidas Top 10 Underclassmen Camp participant following her sophomore season ... led team to Florida Class 6A state runner up finishes her freshman and sophomore seasons ... named third team all-county following her sophomore season ... averaged 7.8 points and 6.5 rebounds as a freshman ... named an all-conference honorable mention following her freshman season ... recorded Norland Girl’s Basketball’s top GPA all four years ... played AAU basketball for Team Breakdown ... also competed in volleyball ... led volleyball team to a district appearance her senior year ... graduated cum laude from School for Advanced Studies-Wolfson with a weighted grade point average of 5.34 ... completed 19 college credits at Miami Dade College prior to Pitt. PERSONAL

Daughter of Verdell and Shirley Bender ... born October 31, 1990 ... has one sister, Gloria (30) and one brother, Edward (24) ... mother played volleyball and basketball at Florida ... Uncle Vincent Kendrick was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in 1974 and also played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ... Uncle Preston Kendrick was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in 1975 ... majoring in Business Finance. BURDGESS’ CAREER STATISTICS

FGYear GP-GS Min-Avg FGA Pct 2010-11 30-0 375-12.5 41-92 .446 TOTAL 30-0 375-12.5 41-92 .446

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Pct .510 .510

Off 43 43

Rebounds Def Tot-Avg 48 91-3.0 48 91-3.0

PF-FO 60-0 60-0

Ast 11 11

TO 27 27

Blk 18 18

Stl 7 7

Pts-Avg 107-3.6 107-3.6


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Points 16, at Valparaiso, 12-11-10 Rebounds 13, vs. Marquette, 1-29-11 Assists 2, twice last vs. Texas Tech, 12-19-10 Blocked Shots 3, vs. Marquette Steals 3, vs. Mount St. Marys 12-6-10 Minutes 25, vs. Texas Tech Field Goals Made 6, at Valparaiso Field Goals Att.10, at Syracuse, 1-26-11 FG Pct. (min 3 made) 1.000, 4 Times 3-Point FGM n/a 3-Point FG Att. n/a 3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made) n/a Free Throws Made 4, twice Free Throw Att. 8, vs. Mount St. Marys FT Pct (min 3 made)1.000 (4-4), twice last vs. USF, 3-4-11

2010-11 GAME-BY-GAME

Opponent GS-Min FG-FGA Pct Youngstown St. 21 1-2 .500 at Minnesota 9 0-1 .000 Radford 13 3-6 .500 Duke 19 0-0 .000 Loyola (Md.) 6 0-1 .000 at St. Francis (Pa.) 6 0-1 .000 Mount St. Mary’s 22 4-9 .444 DePaul 16 1-1 1.000 at Valparaiso 22 6-9 .667 vs. Texas Tech 25 1-4 .250 vs. UT Arlington 18 4-4 1.000 Austin Peay 9 3-4 .750 at Central Michigan 16 1-5 .200 at Duquesne 2 0-0 .000 at Louisville 6 0-0 .000 at Seton Hall 16 1-3 .333 Notre Dame 16 1-6 .167 at Connecticut 7 0-1 .000 at Syracuse 18 4-10 .400 Marquette 19 1-8 .125 Cincinnati 8 0-0 .000 at West Virginia 5 0-0 .000 at Rutgers 5 0-4 .000 USF 2 0-1 .000 Providence 1 0-0 .000 West Virginia dnp at Georgetown 8 0-0 .000 at St. John’s 12 3-3 1.000 Villanova 6 0-0 .000 vs. USF 24 4-4 1.000 vs. Marquette 13 2-4 .500

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

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT-FTA Pct 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-8 .250 0-2 .000 4-4 1.000 2-2 1.000 3-5 .600 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 4-6 .667 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0-2 .000 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 1-2 0-1 2-4 0-0

.000 .500 .000 .500 .000

Rebounds Off-Def-Tot 2-3-5 0-0-0 2-1-3 1-4-5 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-3-7 1-1-2 7-4-11 3-1-4 1-4-5 2-0-2 2-2-4 0-2-2 0-0-0 2-5-7 0-1-1 0-1-1 3-1-4 7-6-13 1-0-1 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0

F 3 1 0 3 1 1 1 4 1 4 3 4 1 0 2 2 2 1 4 2 4 1 1 1 0

A TO Blk Stl Pts 0 1 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 6 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 3 1 3 10 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 16 2 0 0 1 4 1 1 0 0 11 1 2 1 0 6 0 0 1 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 1 0 2 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 4 1 1 9 1 0 3 0 2 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

0 4 1 4 1

0 0 0 0 0

1 1 0 1 1

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 7 0 0 0 10 1 4

MORE ABOUT LEEZA

Favorite movie: I don’t really have a favorite movie, but any good scary movie or suspense film can add to my list of favorites. Favorite TV show: Family Guy Favorite Food: Crab Legs Superpower You Would Want To Have: Definitely super speed, so that I will never get tired during running and always make my times. Favorite Pro Athlete: Michael Jordan Dream Job: Professional basketball player Best Player You Have Ever Faced: Erlana Larkins, New York Liberty Best Friend On Another College Team: Cleandra Roberts, Long Island University Most Like to Meet: Adele because I love her music and I

would love to hear her break down her lyrics. Favorite Subject in Grade school: Math (Algebra) If You Had a Million Dollars? I would probably try and save between 500,000-750,000 to collect interest, make sure I pay off any debts I have and then maybe spend a little myself. One Word To Describe Yourself: Understanding One Word To Describe Pitt Basketball: Progressing Why You Chose Pitt? I chose Pitt because I was sold by the great program, great academic opportunities and the absolutely stunning campus. Did you know? • Excellent student as Leeza entered the University of Pittsburgh with 24 college credits. • Reached height of 6-5 in the eighth grade.

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13 MARQUEL DAVIS Sophomore • 5-9 • Guard • Fredericksburg, Va. • Stafford

FRESHMAN SEASON (2010-11)

Played in 28 games with three starts ... averaged 2.3 points and 1.5 rebounds per contest ... scored at least two points in 15 games ... posted season-high eight points in four games ... went 3-of-5 versus Providence on Feb. 15, matching a season/career best with eight points for the fourth time ... scored eight points on Dec. 4 against Mt. St. Mary’s and again on Dec. 20 vs. UT Arlington in Las Vegas Holiday Classic ... registered season-highs in both free throws made (2) and attempted (4) and blocked shots (2) vs. Providence on Feb. 15 ... season-high five rebounds in two contests (at Louisville, at Seton Hall) ... averaged 14.3 minutes per game. HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 17 points, 10 rebounds four assists and four steals during her senior year at Stafford High School ... finished her career as Stafford’s all-time leading scorer ... helped guide her team to district championships during her freshman, junior and senior seasons ... named a McDonald’s All-American nominee ... was a three-time team MVP... First Team All-District during sophomore, junior and senior seasons ... selected Third Team All-MET as a senior ... was a second team all-region selection and a honorable mention all-state selection following her senior season ... was the first junior to reach the 1,000 point mark at Stafford ... played for the Fairfax Stars, helping lead the team to third-place finishes at the Nike Nationals and Junior Nationals in 2009. PERSONAL

Born November 13, 1992 ... daughter of Pete Davis and Renee Davis ... has two brothers, Marcus (20) and Marselis (7), and one sister, Marshay (15) … enrolled in the school of Arts & Sciences.

DAVIS’ CAREER STATISTICS

FGYear GP-GS Min-Avg FGA Pct 2010-11 30-3 429-14.3 34-82 .415 TOTAL 30-3 429-14.3 34-82 .415

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

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FT FTA 5-17 5-17

Pct .294 .294

Off 17 17

Rebounds Def Tot-Avg 25 42-1.4 25 42-1.4

PF-FO 39-1 39-1

Ast 26 26

TO 38 38

Blk 3 3

Stl 22 22

Pts-Avg 73-2.4 73-2.4


2011-12 Panthers SEASON & CAREER HIGHS

8, four times last vs. Providence, 2-15-11 Rebounds 5, twice last Seton Hall, 1-12-11 Assists 4, vs. Marquette, 3-5-11 Blocked Shots 2, vs. Providence Steals 4, vs. Mount St. Mary’s, 12-4-10 Minutes 33, at Louisville, 1-9-11 Field Goals Made 4, twice last vs UT Arlington, 12-19-10 Field Goals Att. 10, vs. Mount St. Mary’s, 12-4-10 FG Pct. (min 3 made) .600, twice 3-Point FGM n/a 3-Point FG Att. n/a 3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made) Free Throws Made 2, twice Free Throw Att. 4, vs Providence FT Pct (min 3 made) n/a

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FT-FTA 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Pct .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .667 .000 .000 .000 .000

Rebounds Off-Def-Tot 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-3-3 0-0-0 0-3-3 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-2-3 1-3-4 0-0-0 1-2-3 2-0-2 0-1-1 1-0-1 3-2-5 1-4-5 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

F 0 0 2 0 1 3 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 3 0 3 0 1

A TO Blk Stl Pts 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 2 2 2 0 1 2 3 1 0 4 8 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 3 4 0 1 8 1 0 0 0 6 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 5 0 2 8 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0

.000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

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

3 2 0 1 3 5 0 1 1 4 0

0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 4

Points

Opponent GS-Min FG-FGA Pct Youngstown St. 3 0-0 .000 at Minnesota 1 0-0 .000 Radford 15 0-3 .000 Duke 7 1-1 1.000 Loyola (Md.) 11 1-3 .333 at St. Francis (Pa.) 9 1-1 1.000 Mount St. Mary’s *-25 4-10 .400 DePaul 10 0-0 .000 at Valparaiso 21 1-3 .333 vs. Texas Tech 8 0-0 .000 vs. UT Arlington 26 4-9 .444 Austin Peay 19 3-7 .429 at Central Michigan 5 1-1 1.000 at Duquesne 14 1-2 .500 at Louisville 33 3-5 .600 at Seton Hall *-22 0-2 .000 Notre Dame *-17 1-4 .250 at Connecticut 10 0-1 .000 at Syracuse 3 0-1 .000 Marquette dnp Cincinnati 17 1-3 .333 at West Virginia 21 0-3 .000 at Rutgers 3 0-0 .000 USF 3 0-0 .000 Providence 21 3-5 .600 West Virginia 16 3-6 .500 at Georgetown 5 1-1 1.000 at St. John’s 10 1-1 1.000 Villanova 23 0-3 .000 vs. USF 28 2-3 .667 vs. Marquette 23 2-4 .500

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

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

0 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 1 2 0

0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0

1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 1

2 0 0 0 8 6 2 2 0 4 4

MORE ABOUT MARQUEL

Favorite Movie: Love and Basketball Favorite TV Show: Criminal Minds Favorite Food: Pasta Superpower You Would Want To Have: Make love happen like cupid Reality Show You Would Most Want To Be On: College Hill Most Prized Possession: My I-Phone Favorite Pro Athlete: Torrey Smith Like To Play 1-on-1 against: Steve Nash Dream Job: Pro Athlete Best Player Ever Faced: Odyssey Sims, Baylor

Best Friend On Another College Team: Myisha GoodwinColeman, North Carolina State Most Influential Person in Your Life: My Mom Most Like to Meet: President Obama Biggest Fear: Bugs Favorite Subject in Grade school: Anatomy and Physiology If You Had a Million Dollars? I would spoil my family and put some aside One Word To Describe Yourself: Vigorous One Word To Describe Pitt Basketball: Inspired Why Pitt? I chose Pitt because it is in the City and the team has a family feel.

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33 KYRA DUNN Sophomore • 6-2 • Forward • Sacramento, Calif. • Sacramento

FRESHMAN SEASON (2010-11)

Played in 27 games on the year, averaging 9.3 minutes per contest ... led the team in field goal percentage (.556) ... averaged 1.6 points and 2.3 rebounds ... scored the first point of her career in season opener against Youngstown State on Nov. 12 ... notched a career-high 10 points versus UT Arlington on Dec. 20 ... tallied a career-high 10 rebounds against Notre Dame on Jan. 15 ... corralled four or more rebounds in seven games ... played a career high 22 minutes, added eight rebounds and a career-high three assists against Mount St. Mary’s on Dec. 4. HIGH SCHOOL

Named a 2009 Sporting News Honorable Mention All-American ... averaged 9 points, 14 rebounds and 10 blocked shots per game as a junior ... led the nation in blocks per game and finished second in the country in total blocks in 2010 ... is a two-time all-league second team selection ... MVP of the West Coast Jamboree Tournament ... is a member of the All-Academic Metro League ... her club team, Just Believe Sports, was ranked seventh in the nation by HoopGurlz for signing seven players to high division-I schools ... finished her high school career with over 1,000 points scored. PERSONAL

Born July 23, 1992 ... daughter of Jason Dunn and Lamar and Terneicsa Fernandes-Rushton ... has one sister, Tiana (18) and one brother, Gyasi (6) … enrolled in the school of Arts & Sciences.

DUNN’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP-GS 2010-11 27-0 TOTAL 27-0

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Min-Avg 251-9.3 251-9.3

FGFGA Pct 15-27 .556 15-27 .556

3FG FT 3FGA Pct FTA 0-0 .000 13-26 0-0 .000 13-26

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Pct .500 .500

Off 18 18

Rebounds Def Tot-Avg 45 63-2.3 45 63-2.3

PF-FO 24-0 24-0

Ast 10 10

TO 22 22

Blk 21 21

Stl 2 2

Pts-Avg 43-1.6 43-1.6


2011-12 Panthers SEASON & CAREER HIGHS

Points 10, vs. UT Arlington, 12-20-10 Rebounds 10, vs Notre Dame, 1-15-11 Assists 3, vs. Mount St. Mary’s, 12-4-10 Blocked Shots 2, twice Steals 1, vs. DePaul, 12-7-10 Minutes 22, vs. Mount St. Marys Field Goals Made 3, three times last vs. UT Arlington Field Goals Att. 6, vs. Radford, 11-21-10 FG Pct. (min 3 made) .750, twice 3-Point FGM n/a 3-Point FG Att. n/a 3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made) n/a Free Throws Made 4, vs. UT Arlington Free Throw Att. 5, vs. UT Arlington FT Pct (min 3 made) .800 vs. UT Arlington

2010-11 GAME-BY-GAME

Opponent GS-Min FG-FGA Pct Youngstown St. 5 0-1 .000 at Minnesota dnp Radford 14 3-6 .500 Duke 3 0-0 .000 Loyola (Md.) 12 0-1 .000 at St. Francis (Pa.) 9 1-1 1.000 Mount St. Mary’s 22 0-2 .000 DePaul 6 0-0 .000 at Valparaiso 15 3-4 .750 vs. Texas Tech 9 1-1 1.000 vs UT Arlington 15 3-4 .750 Austin Peay 17 2-4 .500 at Central Michigan 7 0-1 .000 at Duquesne 17 2-2 1.000 at Louisville 1 0-0 .000 at Seton Hall 6 0-0 .000 Notre Dame 17 1-2 .500 at Connecticut 9 0-0 .000 at Syracuse 4 0-0 .000 Marquette dnp Cincinnati 16 0-0 .000 at West Virginia 6 0-0 .000 at Rutgers 2 0-0 .000 USF 16 1-1 1.000 Providence 4 0-0 .000 West Virginia 15 0-1 .000 at Georgetown dnp at St. John’s 2 0-0 .000 Villanova dnp vs. USF 1 0-0 .000 vs. Marquette 1 0-0 .000

3FG-FGA Pct 0-0 .000

FT-FTA Pct 1-2 .500

Rebounds Off-Def-Tot 1-1-2

F A TO Blk Stl Pts 0 0 1 0 0 1

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 0-0 0-0 0-0

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 4-5 .800 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

3-1-4 0-0-0 1-2-3 0-1-1 3-5-8 0-1-1 1-5-6 0-1-1 3-1-4 0-5-5 0-1-1 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-1-1 3-7-10 0-2-2 0-1-1

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

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

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

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

0 5 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 6 0 2 0 10 0 6 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

0-2-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-2-3 0-1-1 1-3-4

0 2 0 0 0 2

0 0 0 0 0 1

2 0 0 1 1 1

1 1 0 2 0 2

0 0 0 1 0 0

0 2 0 2 0 0

0-0

.000

0-0

.000

0-0-0

1 0

0

0

0

0

0-0 0-0

.000 .000

0-0 0-0

.000 .000

0-0-0 0-0-0

0 0 1 0

0 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

MORE ABOUT KYRA

Favorite movie: Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby Favorite TV show: The Bad Girls Club Favorite Foods: Seafood Gumbo Superpower You Would Want To Have: The ability to determine how honest people are instantly. Reality Show You Would Most Want To Be On: The Real World. Favorite Pro Athlete: Kobe Bryant Like to play 1-on-1 against: Candace Parker Imitate Your Game After: Lisa Leslie Dream Job: My dream job would be in the medical field, I want to be able to help those who are in need so they can have better lives. Best Player You Have Ever Faced:

Joslyn Tinkle, Stanford University Most Prized Possession: Life, being able to wake up every morning and be a role model for little girls who want to compete at the collegiate level. Most Like to Meet: Kobe Bryant Biggest fear: Failure One Word To Describe Yourself: Motivated One Word To Describe Pitt Basketball: Perseverance Did you know? • Seven of nine member of AAU Team (JBS Purple/ Just Believe Sports) went to Division I programs and an eighth to DII school. • Played for NCAA Kodak All-American (USC), Olympic Gold Medalist and WNBA assistant coach (Detroit Shock) Pam McGee at Sacramento High School. McGee coached the squad during the 2007-08 season.

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0 A ASIA LOGAN Sophomore • 6-0 • Guard • Baltimore, Md. • Digital Harbor

FRESHMAN SEASON (2010-11)

Played 25 games as a true freshman ... hit double digit points in four games ... averaged 3.7 points and 1.6 rebounds per game ... scored a career-high 13 points at Valparaiso on Dec. 11 and again on Dec. 20 versus UT Arlington ... pulled in at least two rebounds in 15 of 25 games ... had a career-high six rebounds against Mount St. Mary’s on Dec. 4 ... poured in eight points in just 15 minutes against Notre Dame on Jan. 15 ... played a career-high 23 minutes twice: at Valparaiso and Rutgers ... shot 22-of-41 (.537) in a five game span from Dec. 4 to Dec. 20 ... was a perfect 2-for-2 from the free throw line in four separate games. HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged a double-double throughout her high school career at Digital Harbor ... entered senior season with over 1,000 points and 500 rebounds ... led her team to the Maryland 1A State Championship game in 2008 and 2009, winning it in 2009 ... named Tournament MVP in 2009 after leading team to a 24-3 mark along with state title ... averaged 19 points and 16 rebounds per game as a junior ... first team all-city in 2008 and 2009 ... was voted the 2009 Basketball Academy Shootout MVP ... named a 2010 McDonalds All-American nominee ... was a member of the distinguished honor roll every semester from 2006-2010. PERSONAL

Born February 17, 1992 ... daughter of James Logan III, Diane Logan and step-mother Romona Prioleau-Logan ... has one sister, Martyne (30), and two brothers James (25) and Marcus (20) ... enrolled in the school of Arts & Sciences. LOGAN’S CAREER STATISTICS

FGYear GP-GS Min-Avg FGA Pct 2010-11 25-0 260-10.4 32-93 .344 TOTAL 25-0 260-10.4 32-93 .344

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3FG FT 3FGA Pct FTA Pct 8-29 .276 20-33 .606 8-29 .276 20-33 .606

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Off 13 13

Rebounds Def Tot-Avg 26 39-1.6 26 39-1.6

PF-FO 31-0 31-0

Ast 11 11

TO 13 13

Blk 2 2

Stl 6 6

Pts-Avg 92-3.7 92-3.7


2011-12 Panthers SEASON & CAREER HIGHS

13, at Valparaiso, 12-11-10 vs. UT-Arlington, 12-20-10 Rebounds 6, vs. Mount St. Mary’s, 12-6-10 Assists 2, vs. UT Arlington Blocked Shots 1, twice Steals 2 at Louisville, 1-9-11 Minutes 23, twice, last at Rutgers 2-8 Field Goals Made 5, vs. Mount St. Mary’s Field Goals Att. 12, vs. Mount St. Mary’s FG Pct. (min 3 made) .417, vs. Mount St. Mary’s 3-Point FGM 3, vs. UT-Arlington 3-Point FG Att. 5, three times last vs. UT Arlington 3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made) .600 vs. UT Arlington Free Throws Made 4, vs DePaul, 12-7-10 Free Throw Att. 5, vs. DePaul FT Pct (min 3 made) .800, vs. DePaul

2010-11 GAME-BY-GAME

Points

Opponent GS-Min FG-FGA Pct Youngstown St. 2 0-0 .000 at Minnesota dnp Radford 4 0-3 .000 Duke 1 0-1 .000 Loyola (Md.) 5 1-1 1.000 at St. Francis (Pa.) dnp Mount St. Mary’s 21 5-12 .417 DePaul 20 3-9 .333 at Valparaiso 23 6-8 .750 vs. Texas Tech 15 1-5 .200 vs. UT Arlington 16 4-7 .571 Austin Peay 16 1-5 .200 at Central Michigan 7 0-3 .000 at Duquesne 13 0-3 .000 at Louisville 12 1-5 .200 at Seton Hall 5 0-2 .000 Notre Dame 13 3-5 .600 at Connecticut 15 0-1 .000 at Syracuse 5 0-0 .000 Marquette 10 1-4 .250 Cincinnati 17 3-8 .375 at West Virginia dnp at Rutgers 23 2-6 .333 USF 2 0-0 .000 Providence dnp West Virginia 7 1-2 .500 at Georgetown 5 0-2 .000 at St. John’s 2 0-1 .000 Villanova dnp vs. USF 1 0-0 .000 vs. Marquette dnp

3FG-FGA Pct 0-0 .000

FT-FTA Pct 0-0 .000

Rebounds Off-Def-Tot 0-2-2

F A TO Blk Stl Pts 1 0 1 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

.000 .000 .000

2-2 1.000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000

1-1-2 0-0-0 0-2-2

1 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 1

0 0 0

0 0 0

2 0 2

2-5 2-5 0-0 0-2 3-5 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1

.400 .400 .000 .000 .600 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000

0-0 .000 4-5 .800 1-3 .333 3-4 .750 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0-0 .000

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

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

0 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

0 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 1

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1

12 12 13 5 13 2 0 2 3 0 8 1 0 3 6

0-2 0-0

.000 .000

0-1 0-0

.000 .000

0-2-2 0-0-0

1 3 1 0

0 1

0 0

1 0

4 0

0-0 0-2 0-0

.000 .000 .000

2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

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

1 0 1 0 1 0

0 0 1

0 0 0

1 0 0

4 0 0

0-0

.000

0-0

0-0-0

0 0

0

0

0

0

.000

MORE ABOUT ASIA

Favorite Movie: Rent Favorite TV Show: Family Guy Favorite Food: Pizza Reality Show Would You Most Want To Be On: Bad Girls Most Prized Possession: Hair and Blackberry Favorite Pro Athlete: Kobe Bryant Like To Play 1-on-1 Against: Maya Moore Imitate Your Game After: Maya Moore Dream Job: being a police officer Best Friend On Another College Team: Most Influential Person in Your Life: my dad Most Like to Meet: Teyana Taylor Biggest Fear: Spideres

Favorite Subject in Grade school: Chemistry If You Had a Million Dollars? give half to dad and half to charity One Word To Describe Yourself: Goofy One Word To Describe Pitt Basketball: Incredible Did you know? • Father, James Logan III and who stands at 6-7, played basketball at Morgan State. Asia loves competing against her father who, she admits, often dunks on her. • Despite living in Pittsburgh for most of the year, Asia is a huge Baltimore Ravens fan. Her favorite player is Ray Rice.

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2011-12 Panthers

12 ABBY DOWD 1 Sophomore (RS) • 5-9 • Guard • Tipp City, Ohio • Tippecanoe/University at Buffalo

UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO (2009-10)

Selected to Mid-American Conference All-Freshman Team following the 2009-10 season ... saw action in all 30 games on the year with 25 starts ... closed first season fourth on the team in scoring, second in assists and finished third in the MAC in 3-point field goal percentage ... averaged 6.5 points and shot 47.8 percent from the 3-point line during conference play ... her 26 three pointers on the year tied for 16th alltime in Buffalo history ... was solid from the free throw line with a .840 free throw percentage ... tallied 66 assists and 23 steals on the year ... also averaged 2.7 rebounds per contest. HIGH SCHOOL

Led Tippecanoe High School to a 25-1 record and a No. 1 final ranking after her senior campaign ... selected a first team All-Ohio honoree ... also helped lead the Red Devils to the District Championship, two Sectional Championships, and three conference championships ... averaged 14.3 points, 6.0 rebounds, 4.6 assists and 4.1 steals per game during her senior year while shooting 56 percent from the field ... was named Conference Player of the Year, first team All-District and Southwest Ohio Player of the Year ... also a standout volleyball player that led her Tippecanoe to a 26-1 record and a final ranking of first in the state during her senior year ... a second team All-Ohio and first team All-Conference and All-District selection in volleyball ... both volleyball and basketball teams were ranked No. 1 in the state senior year. PERSONAL

Born on August 25, 1990 ... daughter of Ginny Dowd and Mark Dowd … has one sister, Chelsea - a sophomore at Penn State ... enrolled in the school of Arts & Sciences.

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Favorite Movie: Wedding Crashers Favorite TV Show: Glee Favorite Food: Anything from Waffle House Superpower You Would Want to Have: A combo of brains and super-strength, that way I can do as many pull ups as Marquel. Most Prized Possessions: My books. I’m anti-E-books, so my REAL books are a big deal. Favorite Pro Athlete: Nastia Liukin, Olympic gold medalist in gymnastics Like To Play 1-on-1 Against: Chelsea Handler, not because it would be a particularly good basketball game, but because I’d love the sarcasm exchange that would surely take place, which would hopefully lead to a spot on her show. Imitate Your Game After: Liz Repella, former WVU guard (and Ohio native) Dream Job: Something that involves traveling around the

world and really getting to experience life…I’m not sure what this is, but when I figure it out, I’ll be all about it. Best Player You Have Ever Faced: Elena Delle Donne, Delaware Most Influential Persons In Your Life: My parents and sister…in the form of one, unbelievable superhuman Would Most Like to Meet: Stephen Colbert Biggest Fear: Letting people down and needles. If I let someone down and they attacked me with needles, than that would be my biggest fear. If you had a million dollars? I would travel, soak up other cultures and traditions while trying to make a difference. One Word To Describe Yourself: Fun One Word To Describe Pitt Basketball: Potential Did you know? •• Works as a Pathfinder at Pitt, giving tours to perspective students and their families. • Senior class president and homecoming queen. Passed the queen title to her younger sister.


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1 LOLIYA BRIGGS Freshman • 5-11 • Guard • Gainesville, Fla. • Potter’s House Christian Academy

HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 13.2 points, 7.5 rebounds, 4.3 assists and 3.9 steals during her senior season for Potter’s House Christian Academy in Jacksonville, Fla. ... The Christian Lions, with five NCAA Division I recruits, finished ranked in several national polls: No. 3 in the USA Today Super 25 poll, No. 6 by ESPN Rise, and No. 4 in the MaxPreps Xcellent 25 Writers’ Poll ... individually was rated the No. 50 overall player by ESPN’s HoopGurlz (14th by position) and comes in at No. 44 among the nation’s best according to All Star Girls Report ... named National Association of Christian Athletes First Team All American, as well as NACA most valuable offensive player as a senior ... selected to play in both the FILA and Converse All American games, which showcased some of the best national talent ... exploded in the Converse All American game, putting on a performance which earned her the 2011 MVP title ... named 2010 Sporting News honorable mention All-American ... helped AAU squad, the Jacksonville Lady Rams, capture the 2010 16U AAU National Championship ... tabbed an AAU All-American .... AAU club has captured eightstraight state titles ... selected NCSAA MORE ABOUT LO Favorite Subject in Grade school: Math (Algebra) Third Team All American, and NACA First Favorite Movie: The Pilgrims progress: Journey to Heaven If You Had a Million Dollars? I would take care of my Team All American following junior season ... named to the Next Level All American Favorite TV show: Law and Order SVU family, give 10% to God, and build wealth off of whatever game and collected MVP crown ... Averaged12.3 points, 3.4 assists, 2.1 blocks, 9.6 is left. Favorite Foods: Pizza and Shrimp Alfredo rebounds and 3.8 steals per game as a junior ... posted 8.2 points, 11.2 rebounds per Superpower You Would Want To Have: Invisibility One Word To Describe Yourself: Goofy One Word To Describe Pitt Basketball: Intense Reality Show You Would Most Want To Be On? Making game as a sophomore and was selected a NACA second team All-American ... as a the Band Why Pitt? I chose Pitt because of the loving family freshman was tabbed NCSAA All- Tournament and averaged eight points per game ... Most Prized Possession: Yeti Blue Microphone atmosphere, outstanding academics, and the style of selected member of the Nigerian U19 National Team, competing at the FIBA Worlds play the coaches incorporate into the game of basketball. Favorite Pro Athlete: Tony Parker in Chile this summer ... honor roll student and a National Honor Society member Would Like To Play 1-on-1 Against: Maya Moore In addition, the team was very welcoming and I could see myself being successful here. Imitate Your Game After: Tony Parker involved in college dual enrollment. PERSONAL

Daughter of Rose and Tamunomete Briggs ... has three older siblings, Fabi, Tamunomete, Jr. and Ezewane ... born Jan. 28, 1993 ... nickname is Lo.

Dream Job: Christian Rap Artist Best Player You Have Ever Faced: Bria Hartley, Conneticut Best Friend On Another College Team: Jasmine Wynne, University of South Florida Would Most Like to Meet: Beyoncé Biggest Fear: God

Did you know? • Favorite hobbies include fishing, writing music, and writing poetry. • Relaxes best by writing and listening to poetry.

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34 CHYNA GOLDEN

Freshman • 6-2 • Forward • Neptune, N.J. • Neptune

HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 10.5 points and 6.8 rebounds for Neptune High School in Neptune, N.J. ... helped lead the Lady Scarlet Fliers to the Shore Conference title and the NJ Group 3 state crown ... squad also advanced to the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions (TOC) title game for the second-straight year, posted a 29-3 season and were ranked No. 9 by USA Today and No. 13 in ESPN Rise ... rated nation’s No. 97 recruit in ESPNU Hoopgurlz 100 ... rated the ninth best player by her position by Hoopgurlz ... named First Team Shore B North for second straight season ... selected to both All-Group 3 and All-Monmouth Second Teams ... grabbed top defender honors in the Shore Conference by nj.com ... selected to the North-South All Star Basketball Team Classic ... one of three players in this year’s senior class at Neptune to earn NCAA Division I scholarships ... junior season was tabbed First Team Shore B North and Monmouth County ... averaged 8.5 points and 6.4 rebounds per game junior season, while helping lead the Scarlet Fliers to the Shore Conference and Group III championships (30-1 record) ... neptune also won its first NJSIAA Tournament of Champions and finished No. 9 nationally in the USA Today (30-1) Super 25 ... played sophomore and freshman seasons at Red Bank Catholic High MORE ABOUT CHYNA School in Red Bank, NJ. ... averaged 11.9 points, 8.8 rebounds and 1.4 assists in Favorite Subject in Grade School: History her sophomore campaign ... played club basketball with Philly Triple Threat and New Favorite Movie: The Blind Side Favorite TV Show: SpongeBob Squarepants If You Had a Million Dollars: Buy my parents a house, York Gauchos ... academic career was highlighted with selections to the National donate to my church, and invest to make more money Honor Society, as well as a Newark National Invitational Scholar Athlete and Memo- Favorite Food: Tacos Superpower Would You Want to Have: Invincibility One Word To Describe Yourself: Fun rial Classic Academic Award. Reality Show You Most Want To Be On: One Word To Describe Pitt Basketball: Hard-working PERSONAL

Daughter of Lance and Cordelia Golden ... father Lance Golden played football at Murray State University under Frank Beamer, long-time coach at Virginia Tech ... has one brother, Lance Jr ... born Oct. 8, 1993 … enrolled in the school of Arts & Sciences..

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Dancing with the Stars Most Prized Possessions: My two high school state championship rings (one New Jersey Tournament of Champions winner and one Tournament of Champions runner-up) Favorite Pro Athlete: Dwyane Wade Would Like To Play 1-on-1 Against: Joakim Noah Dream Job: Sports Agent Best Player Ever Faced: Temi Fagbenle, Harvard Most Influential Persons In Your Life: My Parents Person You Would Most Like to Meet: Sandra Bullock Biggest Fear: Insects

Why Pitt? The academics are excellent, the city allows you to do so much and the team is supportive and ready to take it to the next level. Did you know? • Wing-span measures 6-4’ 3/4 “ • Chyna wears a size 16 shoe. • Loves the popular Nickelodeon character SpongeBob SquarePants.


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3 BRIANNA KIESEL Freshman • 5-7 • Guard • Utica, N.Y. • Thomas R. Proctor

HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 22.8 points her senior season at Thomas R. Proctor High School in Utica, N.Y. ... helped lead the Raiders (16-3) to the Section III final, the first Proctor girls’ team to reach a Section III final ... All-Mohawk Valley First Team honoree and CNYCL Co-Player of the Year ... Observer-Dispatch AllMohawk Valley Player of the Year ... named to the New York State Class AA second team by the New York State Sportswriters and Coaches of Girls Sports ... shattered the all-time scoring (1,723 points), assists (479) and steals record (394) at Proctor H.S., despite missing most of her junior year with a broken wrist ... rated the No. 58 player overall in ESPN’s Hoopgurlz Top 100 ... All-Star Girls Report ranked Kiesel in the No. 70 spot ... named Sporting News Honorable Mention All-American ... also broke high school’s records for most steals in a single game ... scored 22 or more points in 14 games during her senior season with a season high of 40 ... averaged 25.7 points to start junior year before being injured ... named to All-CNY Second Team as a sophomore in 2009, averaging 21.6 points, 4.0 assists, 6.2 rebounds and 5.6 steals ... averaged 20.7 points as a freshman ... played AAU basketball for the Albany City Rocks MORE ABOUT BRIANNA Favorite Movie: Love and Basketball Biggest Fear: Failure ... also excelled in soccer, garnering All-CNYCL First Team honors. PERSONAL

Daughter of Steve Kiesel and Nikki Hymes-Kiesel ... has one sibling, Ona Kiesel ... born July 8, 1993 ... third student-athlete from Proctor H.S. to play a sport at Pitt ... Pitt Director of Life Skills Penny Semaia, a 1999 Proctor graduate, played four seasons on the football team while another Proctor Natalie Phillips played softball at Pitt for two years … enrolled in the school of Arts & Sciences.

Favorite TV Show: Pretty Little Liars Favorite Food: Chicken Wings Superpower You Would Want To Have: To be able to rewind time. Reality Show You Would Most Want To Be On? Silent Library Favorite Pro Athlete: Dwyane Wade Like To Play 1-on-1 Against: Maya Moore Who Do You Imitate Your Game After: Candice Wiggins Dream Job: CEO of Major Sports Marketing Firm Best Player Ever Faced: Rachel Coffey, Syracuse Most Prized Possession: Cell Phone Most Influential Person in Your Life: My parents for being by my side through thick and thin. Most Like to Meet: actress Sanaa Lathan

Favorite Subject in Grade School: English If You Had A Million Dollars: I would buy my parents both a new house and new cars and make an investment in a sports facility in my home town of Utica, NY One Word to Describe Yourself: Loyal One Word to Describe Pitt Basketball: Sisterhood Why Pitt? I chose Pitt because I felt like it was a home away from home. The coaches and the team made me feel like I had a second family. Did you know? • Brianna recorded the best 400 meter time in the seventh grade, logging 60 flat. • Fishing is a hobby of hers even though she refuses to physically touch the fish. • Number (3) is retired at Proctor High School.

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51 CORA MCMANUS 5 Freshman • 6-0 • Forward • Seattle, Wash. • Garfield

HIGH SCHOOL

Averaged 14 points and 14 rebounds during her senior season at Garfield High School in Seattle ... four-time 4A Kingco Conference Second Team honoree... McDonald’s All-American nominee ... averaged 12 points and 13 rebounds and earned the State Athlete Player of the Week honors during her junior campaign ... averaged 10.2 points and 10.8 rebounds as a sophomore ... averaged 10 points and 8.7 rebounds as a freshman ... played AAU basketball for the Baden Elite for five years ... selected MVP in 2008 ... off of the hardwood, also played soccer, softball and competed in track & field. PERSONAL

Daughter of Karen and Brian McManus ... has two brothers, Joey (16) and Ian (13) and one sister Molly (23) ... born October 15, 1992 ... enrolled in the school of Arts & Sciences.

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MORE ABOUT CORA

Favorite Movie: Saving Private Ryan Favorite TV Show: Law and Order: SVU Favorite Food: BBQ Ribs What Superpower Would You Want To Have: Invisibility Reality Show You Would Most Want To Be On: Jersey Shore Most Prized Possession: My family Favorite Pro Athlete: Carmelo Anthony Like To Play 1-on-1 Against: Lauren Jackson Imitate Your Game After: Tim Duncan or Lauren Jackson Dream Job: WNBA or FBI Agent Best Player You Have Ever Faced: Chiney Ogwumike, Stanford University Best Friend On Another College Team: Renee Brown, Seattle University Most Influential People In Your Life: All of my past coaches

Most Like to Meet: President Obama Biggest Fear: Spiders What Was Your Favorite Subject In Grade School? Literature If You Had A Million Dollars: I would save it. One Word To Describe Yourself: Determined One Word To Describe Pitt Basketball: Unity Why Pitt? The family atmosphere and the desire from the players on the team to be champions. Did you know? • Volunteered during spring 2011 in Guatemala, working with an organization called Global Visionaries’ – which aims to empower young people to become global leaders in creating a just and sustainable future. • Father, Brian and mother, Karen attended Kyra’s high school (Sacramento High School, California). Ironically, TiAnna Porter’s mother attended Cora’s High School (Garfield).


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31 TIANN ANNA PORTER Freshman • 6-1 • Forward • Paris, Tenn. • Henry County Freshm

HIGH SCHOOL

A McDonald’s All-American nominee from Henry County High School in Paris, Tenn. ... ranked the 18th best position player by Dan Olson’s Collegiate Girls Basketball Report ... served as team captain and earned MVP for the Lady Patriots following her senior season ... entered school’s 1,000 point club during her final season at Henry County ... participated in the East-West All-Star game, recognizing the state’s best talent ... garnered second District 10 AAA Girls All District honors and was selected Beaman Automotive Group Scholar Athlete of the Week (3.8 GPA) ... averaged 16 points and eight rebounds to lead team in both total points (412) and rebounds (282) as a junior ... earned first career District 10 AAA Girls Basketball selection ... paced team in rebounds and earned a Martin Lions Club All Tournament Selection as a sophomore ... played AAU basketball for three years: one for the Lady Shox and two years with the Tennessee Glory Black ... helped the Shox to national AAU tournament elite eight ... outside of basketball played on both the volleyball and track teams ... ran the 100-meter dash and was part of 400-meter relay team and also competed in the long jump ... selected to the National Honor Society. MORE ABOUT TIANNA

PERSONAL

Daughter of Richard and Helga Porter ... has seven siblings, Jasmine, Monique, Kisha, Tanisha Hunter, Alicia Loney, Shann, Demethus ... youngest of six girls and two boys ... born July 16, 1993 … enrolled in the school of Arts & Sciences.

Favorite Movie: Love and Basketball Favorite TV Show: Criminal Minds Favorite Food: Hot Wings Superpower You Want to Have: To read minds Reality Show You Most Want To Be On: Bad Girls Club Favorite Pro Athlete: Dwight Howard and Lebron James Imitate Your Game After: Candace Parker Dream Job: Sports Medicine Physician Best Player You Have Ever Faced: Bashaara Graves, Tennessee Best Friend on Another College Team: (sister)Jasmine Porter, Bethel University Most Prized Possession: Basketball Most Influential Person In Your Life: My mom Most Like to Meet: Dwight Howard Biggest Fear: Failure Favorite Subject In Grade School: Math

If you had a million dollars: Build a sports complex for children. One Word to Describe Yourself: Unpredictable One Word to Describe Pitt Basketball: Inspiring Why Pitt? It has a great atmosphere, loved the players and coaches, great opportunities, and it felt like home. Did you know? • Comes from a very large family with five sisters, two brothers, eight nieces, four nephews, one grand-niece, and two grand-nephews. • Born in Tacoma, Wash. and moved to Paris, Tenn. as a baby. • Mother attended Garfield High School in Seattle, the same high school as Pitt teammate Cora McManus. • Parents Richard and Helga Porter met in Greece as they both played basketball for the United States Air Force

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24 BRIANNA BRIZZI Freshman • 5-6 • Guard • Warrenton, Va. • Fauquier

HIGH SCHOOL

Two-sport athlete at Fauquier High School in Warrenton, Va. ... four-year varsity letterwinner in basketball for the Falcons ... averaged 17 points, 4.5 rebounds and 3.0 assists as a senior ... earned team MVP honors and a selection to the all-Evergreen District First Team ... as a junior, averaged 8.0 points ... named to the all-Evergreen District Second Team ... collected Briar Woods Winter Classic Tournament Team honors both junior and senior campaigns ... played three years of varsity soccer at Fauquier H.S. with consecutive all-district honors the past two seasons ... the Falcons’ MVP in soccer ... helped soccer team record five shutouts on the season ... following senior year, voted Fauquier Female Athlete of the Year. PERSONAL

Daughter of Polly and Wayne Brizzi ... has an older brother, Benjamin ... father is the head boy’s basketball coach at Fauquier High School since 1988 ... late grandfather, Sherman Brizzi, was a coach, teacher and principal in West Newton, Pa. and a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh ... born May 7, 1993 ... hopes to major in Nursing.

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MORE ABOUT BRIANNA

Favorite Movie: Lord of the Rings Favorite TV Show: Friday Night Lights Favorite Food: Ravioli Superpower Would You Want to Have: Make time freeze Reality Show You Most Want To Be On: Top Chef Most Prized Possessions: Pandora bracelet Favorite Pro Athlete: Steve Nash Would Like To Play 1-on-1 Against: Steve Nash Dream Job: UPMC Physicians Assistant Most Influential Persons In Your Life: Dad, Wayne Brizzi Person You Would Most Like to Meet: Sarah Jessica Parker Biggest Fear: Not waking up for class on time Favorite Subject in Grade School: Science If You Had a Million Dollars: Go straight to the mall.

One Word To Describe Yourself: BUSY! One Word To Describe Pitt Basketball: family Why Pitt? Beautiful school and the city holds many opportunities in the health care field. Did you know? • A coaches’ daughter. Father, Wayne, is the head boy’s basketball coach at Fauquier High School, serving in that role since 1988 • Late grandfather, Sherman Brizzi, was a coach, teacher and principal in West Newton, Pa. and a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh.


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AGNUS BERENATO AGN Head Coac Coach „ Ninth Season at Pittsburgh (144-106) „ 28th Season Overall (427-370) Mount St. Mary’s University, 1980

Agnus Berenato has successfully transformed the University of Pittsburgh women’s basketball program pro from the bottom of the Big East Con Conference to a nationally recognized name – in just eight year span. an e The fiery head coach has led the Panthers to sever several firsts since she arrived at Pitt in 2003, among them tthe school’s first NCAA Tournament bid (2007), back-to back-to-back Sweet Sixteen appearances (2008, 2009), both the first and highest national ranking (2006, 2008) and the most wins in school history (25, 2008-09) . With the highest ranked incoming freshman class in Pitt history taking the court this fall, Berenato’s streak of success looks to continue in the future. Berenato, who has compiled 427 victories in 27 seasons, earned her head coaching start at Rider University in 1981, before taking her game to the ACC and Georgia Tech from 19882003. At Georgia Tech, she directed the squad to the postseason in each of her final four seasons and guided the team to its first postseason title in school history – the 1992 National Women’s Invitational Tournament crown. Success Comes Quickly Berenato has consistently – year-in and year-out – produced talented young women. Twenty, in total, have earned all-league accolades under Berenato. Last season marked the 10th year in a row that at least one Panthers player was tabbed to an All-Big East team. In November 2009, Berenato reached a milestone of her own – her 400th career victory. She achieved the feat with a win over state rival Saint Francis. That same season, Pitt climbed as high as No. 15 in both the Associated Press and ESPN/USA Today Coaches’ Poll which tied the highest-ever ranking achieved. The preceding 2008-09 season was one that went down in the record book for several reasons. Pitt set a school record for wins in a season (25), as well as winning percentage (.758). Among those 25 victories was a blasting of No. 8 Maryland by 29 points, marking the

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largest victory over a higher ranked team in school history. The Panthers also tallied their best Big East finish at 12-4 and entered the Big East Championship as the No. 3 seed, the highest since the 1993-94 season. In postseason play, Pitt earned an NCAA Tournament bid – and its highest seed ever at No. 4 – in the Oklahoma City Regional. They advanced to the Sweet 16 for the second-straight season, falling to host Oklahoma. Upon reaching the 20-win mark for the fourth consecutive season, the Panthers’ success was rewarded with several national rankings. Pitt closed the season with a No. 15 ranking in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll, matching the highestever ranking in the coaches poll. During the year, the Panthers also held the No. 14 spot, tying Pitt’s best-ever position in the AP poll. Shavonte Zellous was named Pitt’s first All-Big East First Team three-time selection in 2009, while also earning Big East AllTournament honors. Xenia Stewart was tabbed to the second team, her first league nod. Another first for Pitt was a pair of individual honors for Zellous. The program’s third all-time leading scorer was selected to the Associated Press All-America Third Team and also became the Panthers’ firstever WNBA draft pick when she was taken 11th overall in the first round by the defending league champion Detroit Shock.


Head Coach Agnus Berenato Zellous was also a Region I State Farm Coaches AllAmerican, marking the second-straight year that a Pitt player received the honor. In 2007-08, Pitt became just the 10th school in a 20-year span to advance to the Sweet 16 in just its second-ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament. The Panthers also became the first No. 6 seed since 2000 to upset a No. 3-seed, downing 12th-ranked Baylor in the second round. The 2007-08 team also tied the previous school record for wins in a season (24) and reached the semifinals of the Big East Tournament by defeating No. 9 Notre Dame. The win over the Irish was the program’s first victory against a top-10 ranked team and was one of four triumphs against top 15-ranked squads that season – yet, another school record. Individually, Pitt had four players selected to AllBig East teams, including Shavonte Zellous (first team), Marcedes Walker (second team), Chelsea Cole (all-rookie) and Taneisha Harrison (allrookie). Walker became Pitt’s first-ever four-time All-Big East team honoree and also earned her second Region I State Farm Coaches AllAmerica Team honor as a senior, which was also a first for a Panther player. The Panthers earned their highest-ever ranking in the top 25 polls with a No. 14 Associated Press mark and No. 15 spot in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll. Under Berenato’s guidance, Pitt posted four consecutive 20-win seasons from 2005-09 and five consecutive postseason tournament appearances through 2010, both schoolbests.

second rounds were fittingly hosted at the University of Pittsburgh. The 2006-07 squad earned the program’s first-ever ranking in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches poll and were the first Panthers team ranked in the AP Poll since 1979. Marcedes Walker was named a Kodak/WBCA District I All-American – the first Panther to grab the honor in 16 years - and Shavonte Zellous garnered the Big East’s Most Improved Player award. Both were also named All-Big East First Team selections. Pitt concluded the 2005-06 season with a 22-11 mark, which at the time, tied the school record for wins. In addition, the Panthers finished above .500 in the Big East with a 9-7 mark and secured a sixth-place finish — the Panthers’ highest since 1995. Walker and Winn

BACKGROUND ON BERENATO FULL NAME:

Agnus McGlade Berenato

BIRTHDATE:

Dec. 9, 1956

HUSBAND:

Jack Berenato

CHILDREN:

Theresa Marie (28), Andrew (27), Joey (23), Clare (21), Christina

(18) EDUCATION:

Holy Cross High School (1 year); Head Coach - 1981 COLLEGE COACHING EXPERIENCE:

Rider (4 years). Head Coach — 1981-85 Georgia Tech (2 years), Assistant Coach — 1987-1988 Georgia Tech (15 years), Head Coach — 1988-2003 Pittsburgh (Eighth year), Head Coach — 2003-Present HONORS: „ Honorary chairperson „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „

Hitting the Ground Running Prior to the 2006-07 season, Berenato made perfectly clear her intentions of dancing in the NCAA Tournament, a feat never before been accomplished at Pitt. The Panthers lost senior leader Mallorie Winn to injury, but the goal did not change. Instead it, intensified. Pitt finished the season with a Coach Berenato at 24-9 record, including a 71-61 win over the 2011 Pittsburgh Race For The Cure James Madison in the NCAA Tournament with (front row) daughters: Clare, Theresa and Chrissy. Standing are First Round. The tournament first and

Mount St. Mary’s, 1980

HIGH SCHOOL COACHING EXPERIENCE:

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for Pittsburgh Susan Komen Race for the Cure (2011) Commencement speaker at Seton Hill University (2009) Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Seton Hill University (2009) Commencement speaker at Oakland Catholic High School (2009) Named by Pitt Magazine as one of its “12 Phenomenal Women” (2009) Named to the Board at Magee-Women’s Research Institute and Foundation Keynote speaker for the PGA/Oakmont Golf Clinic ASPIRE Seventh District Order of Eastern Star’s Coach of the Year (2009) Host of Women’s and Girls of Distinction Awards Dinner (2007) East End Cooperative Ministries (EECM) co-host along with husband Jack (2009) Bicentennial Medal of Distinction from Mount St. Mary’s University (2008) Dapper Dan Sportswoman of the Year (2005 and 2007) Women and Girls Foundation Honoree (2007) Inducted into Camden County [NJ] Sports Hall of Fame (2005) Named a finalist for the prestigious Pittsburgh ATHENA Award (2005) Girl Scouts Woman of Distinction - Sports and Fitness (2005) Recipient of the “Native Son” award, presented annually by the Philadelphia Sports Writers’ Association (2004) WBCA Head Coach of the All-Star team at the 2003 Final Four in Atlanta Two-time State of Georgia Division I Coach of the Year by the Atlanta Tip-off Club (1992, 2003) Honored as a member of Marquis Who’s Who in 2002-03 and 2003-04 Honored as a member of Strathmore Who’s Who in 2002-03 Inducted into the Rider University Hall of Fame (2002) GAHPERD College Coach of the Year (2000) National Girls & Women in Sports Day College Coach of the Year (2000) Recipient of an honorary doctorate in Humane Letters from Mount St. Mary’s (1995) Recipient of the “Distinguished Alumni” award from the Mount St. Mary’s National Alumni Association Basketball Club of South Jersey Hall of Fame Jackie Joyner-Kerse Volunteer Award

sisters, Mickey and Bernadette McGlade and husband, Jack.

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BERENATO YEAR-BY-YEAR

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1981-82............... Rider ...................................26-7 1982-83............... Rider ................................14-14 1983-84............... Rider ................................11-15 1984-85............... Rider ...................................9-19 1988-89............... Georgia Tech ...............14-14 1989-90............... Georgia Tech ...............13-17 1990-91............... Georgia Tech ...............15-13 1991-92............... Georgia Tech!@ ...........20-13 1992-93............... Georgia Tech* ............16-11 1993-94............... Georgia Tech ...............12-15 1994-95............... Georgia Tech ...............14-16 1995-96............... Georgia Tech ...............14-13 1996-97............... Georgia Tech ...............15-12 1997-98............... Georgia Tech ...............11-17 1998-99............... Georgia Tech ...............13-14 1999-00............... Georgia Tech! ..............17-14 2000-01............... Georgia Tech! ..............14-15 2001-02............... Georgia Tech! ..............15-14 2002-03............... Georgia Tech* ............20-11 2003-04............... Pitt .......................................6-20 2004-05............... Pitt ....................................13-15 2005-06............... Pitt! ...................................22-11 2006-07............... Pitt* ....................................24-9 2007-08............... Pitt* .................................24-11 2008-09............... Pitt* ....................................25-8 2009-10............... Pitt! ...................................16-15 2010-11............... Pitt ....................................14-17 PITT TOTALS ...............................144-106 (.593) TOTALS..........................................427-370 (.539) *NCAA Tournament !WNIT Tournament @WNIT Champion

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both captured All-Big East accolades. With that success, Pitt advanced to the Women’s National Invitation Tournament for just the fourth time in school history, a feat many may not have predicted at the beginning of the season after the Panthers were picked to finish 13th in the 16-team Big East Conference. The Panthers – again, behind the leadership of Berenato – exceeded expectations by advancing to the semifinals of the WNIT Postseason Tournament. The success, both on and off the court, is a credit to Berenato’s character and the fact that she practices what she preaches to her team. Her enthusiasm and passion for women’s basketball has helped make her players better students and people. She has things to do, goals to accomplish and plans to see them through – the faster, the better. Berenato’s impact on the program has reached far beyond the court and the win/loss column, however, as she has also helped put Pitt women’s basketball on the map. Over the past four seasons, Pitt has played on national, regional or local television 49 times and received unprecedented coverage on the national scene. Since joining Pitt from Georgia Tech prior to the 2003-04 season, Berenato has worked with her staff to make the Panthers a perennial postseason team. The success has been apparent, jumping from six wins in her first year with the Panthers to 13 during her second season and 20 or more victories in four of the last six seasons. The Road to Pitt Upon Berenato’s hiring, University of Pittsburgh Chancellor Mark A. Nordenberg stated, “We believe the University of Pittsburgh women’s basketball program has unlimited potential, and in Agnus Berenato we have found the perfect individual to make that potential a reality. Anyone who meets Agnus for the first time cannot help but be impressed with both her knowledge and enthusiasm. Certainly with over 400 career victories, her ability as a coach is obvious. Just as exciting, Agnus has demonstrated a record of commitment to academics and the complete development of her student-athletes. It will be exciting to watch our program grow, on and off the court, under her leadership.” Guiding Georgia Tech to the postseason in each of her final four years, including the 2003 NCAA Tournament, Berenato owned a 223209 (.516) record with the Yellow Jackets. She mentored the team to its first postseason championship by capturing the 1992 National Women’s Invitational Tournament title, compiling a 20-13 overall record. During her last season at Georgia Tech, the team finished 20-11 and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. The Yellow Jackets upset No.

Coach Berenato after her 400th career victory on Nov. 24, 2009 - a 75-70 win over Saint Francis (Pa).

22 Georgia, 65-61, en route to starting the season with an 11-1 record. Berenato’s squad made it to the semifinals of the ACC Tournament before falling to eventual champion and Final Four participant Duke. The Yellow Jackets also recorded a school-record 10-game winning streak. In five of her last seven seasons at Georgia Tech, Berenato led the Yellow Jackets to victories over top-15 opponents. A two-time recipient of the Women’s NCAA Division I Coach of the Year award in the state of Georgia by the Atlanta Tip-off Club, Her 2002 recruiting class was ranked among the top 15 in the nation by such publications as the All-Star Girls Report. Additionally, Athlon magazine ranked her 2001 class 13th nationally. Berenato also served two years as an assistant coach at Georgia Tech (1986-87). She was responsible for recruiting and coaching Tech’s frontcourt players. Before arriving at Georgia Tech, Berenato spent four years as the head women’s basketball coach at Rider University, compiling a 60-55 record. In her first season at Rider, Berenato guided the Broncs to their best record in school history with a 26-7 mark. Following that year, she was named New Jersey Coaches Association (NJCA) Coach of the Year for her efforts while Rider was named its Team of the Year. While at Rider, Berenato also served as the women’s volleyball


Head Coach Agnus Berenato coach for four years, posting a 66-51 record which included a school-record 25-12 mark in 1983. She was inducted into the Rider Hall of Fame in February 2002. Community Outreach Berenato is devoted to not only her players, but the community she fondly calls home. She has made a name for herself throughout the University of Pittsburgh and the city of Pittsburgh community for her dynamic public speaking ability, and has been invited to be the keynote speaker at a host of events throughout the area. From attending and speaking at the WPIAL Sportsmanship Seminar and the Greensburg YWCA Sportswoman’s Banquet, serving as an auctioneer for Research for Women’s Health Issues to being a spokesperson in an art campaign for the Pittsburgh Opera, Berenato takes pride in representing residents of Western Pennsylvania. A popular speaker for Pitt alumni functions, Berenato has made public appearances at events across the country from Napa, Calif., to Baltimore, Md. to Chicago. Locally, Berenato has served as the commencement speaker at Mt. Alvernia High School, keynote speaker for Family Enterprise Award Banquet and the Big Brothers, Big Sisters annual dinner. Berenato participated in the Nike Championship Basketball Coaches Clinic following her lecture at the On Court Clinic, hosted by the WBCA at the 2010 Final Four in San Antonio. She also served as the finish line emcee at the Girls on the Run 5k and was the keynote speaker at the Strong Women, Strong Girls Jump into spring, the Bethlehem Haven Inaugural Leadership Speakers Series and the CPA Pittsburgh Chapter. Speakers Series and the CPA Pittsburgh Chapter. In 2009, she was named to the Pitt Magazine list of “12 Phenomenal Women,” a list created to celebrate the remarkable occasion of 100 years of women at Pitt. That same year, Berenato spoke at the commencements of Oakland Catholic High

School in Pittsburgh and Seton Hill University. She was also the keynote speaker for ASPIRE (Area Students Participating in Rewarding Education) and served as the honorary chair of the Girl Scouts of Distinction Awards Luncheon and the East End Cooperative Ministry Gala. Berenato was recognized in 2008 by her alma mater, Mount St. Mary’s University, when she received the Bicentennial Medal of Honor. She has been honored by the Girl Scouts Trillium Council as the Sports and Fitness honoree at their Women and Girls of Distinction ceremony and was named a finalist for the prestigious ATHENA Award. She was also the keynote speaker for the 2007 Non-Profit Leadership Conference and the 2006 YMCA State Conference, and is an annual speaker at the YMCA Scholar-Athlete Banquet. In 2007 and 2008, Berenato served as a panelist on “Balancing Family and Coaching” at the annual WBCA Convention at the Final Four. Her community projects include: Juvenile Diabetes, Read 365, Healthy for Life Conference and she co-hosted a basketball clinic with former Steelers’ Coach Bill Cohwer for Family Resources, among her other activities. One of the most enlightening events Berenato has participated in was the 2009 College Basketball Tour, the only women’s coach on this phenomenal trip. Berenato and four college basketball coaches toured American military personnel throughout Afghanistan and Qatar, rallying the morale of troops during the U.S. Army sponsored event. “I am a much different person now than before I went on the tour,” said Berenato. “I am very much the same in that I promise my family, my team, and my university that I will not “settle.” I watched our troops work every day on their mission to push forward and make a difference, and it was one of the greatest privileges I have ever experienced.” She is an advocate of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation’s Race for the Cure – a charity organization for the prevention and

Above: The Berenato family: Joe, Chrissy, Theresa, Jack, Agnus, Clare, Andrew and grandmother, Clare. Right: Coach Berenato served as honorary chair at the 2011 Pittsburgh Susan Komen Race for the Cure. Bottom right: Berenato threw out the first pitch at a Pirates game in September 2009. Below: Coach Berenato on the 2009 College Basketball Tour, the only women’s coach on this phenomenal trip to Afghanistan and Qatar.

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Berenato’s Accomplishments at Pitt • Led Pitt to a record fifth consecutive postseason appearance in 2010 • Back-to-back NCAA Sweet 16 appearances (2007-08, 2008-09) • Four consecutive seasons setting and breaking the program win total (22, 24, 24, 25) • Led Pitt to its first-ever trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2007 • Pitt won its first-ever game in the NCAA Tournament with a 71-61 win over James Madison on March 18, 2007 • Most wins in school history (25/2008-09) • First time ever ranked in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches poll (200607) • First ranking in the AP poll since 1979 (2006-07) • Fastest Pitt team ever to 20 wins (2006-07) • School record 12-0 start (2006-07) • First appearance in the prestigious State Farm Tip Off Classic, featured nationally on ESPN2 • Shavonte Zellous was named an Associated Press Third Team AllAmerican • Shavonte Zellous became the first Pitt player taken in the WNBA draft (11th overall, first round) • Marcedes Walker was named a Kodak/WBCA District I All-American – Pitt’s first in 16 years (2006-07) • Shavonte Zellous was named the Big East’s Most Improved Player -- Pitt’s first ever • Highest ranking in school history -- No. 14 in AP and No. 15 in Coaches (2008-09) • Ranked No. 15 in the final ESPN/USA Today Coaches poll (2008-09) for the program’s highest postseason ranking • Back-to-back NCAA Sweet 16 appearances (2007-08, 2008-09) • The Panthers defeated the highest ranked team in school history -No. 8 Maryland (86-57, Dec.7, 2008) • Took the team on a tour of Italy and Greece in 2008 • A school record four wins over ranked teams in a season (2007-08) • Pitt was ranked No. 16 in the final ESPN/USA Today Coaches poll (2007-08) for the program’s first postseason ranking • Pitt was on national or regional television 18 times during the regular season in 2007-08 • Pitt and Penn State marked the first ever women’s basketball TV broadcast on the Big Ten Network. • Pitt was ranked in the top 25 preseason polls for the first time (both AP and ESPN/USA Today Coaches Polls in 2008-09)

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treatment of breast cancer. In addition to her local involvement, Berenato initiated Pitt’s annual Pink the Petersen event, which takes place during one game each season, and works to promote awareness and raise funds for breast cancer. The Panthers and the Susan G. Komen Foundation join forces for the annual event, which has become extremely successful in the Pittsburgh area. This past May, Berenato was the honorary chair for the Pittsburgh area race which took place on Mother’s Day weekend in Schenley Park. Berenato has been personally touched by the disease as her mother, Theresa McGlade, who passed away from breast cancer in 1985. At the time, Berenato was in her fourth year as the head coach at Rider (NJ) University. She resigned from her position to care for her mother while she fought the disease. Achievements & Family Berenato received her second Dapper Dan Sportswoman of the Year award over a three-year period in 2007, a prestigious local award given to a Pittsburgh individual who succeeds athletically, as well as makes a difference in the community. She accepted the “Native Son Award” in 2004, an annual award presented by the Philadelphia Sports Writers Association to a native of the Philadelphia area who has achieved success in athletics. A 1980 graduate of Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Md., Berenato earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology and was a three-year starter on the basketball team. Playing for former NBA star and current ESPN analyst Fred Carter, she was a two-time captain for the Mountaineers. Following eight years of service on the college’s Board of Trustees, she is now a Trustee Emeritus. Berenato has previosuly served as a weekly voter in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll, is a member of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA), the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame committee and the Girl Scouts Alumnae Association. In the past, she has been a member of the Kodak All-America Selection Committee, East Regional Championship Committee, the Atlanta Women’s Network, Inc., The Georgia Women’s Intersport Network, and Atlanta Women in Sports. She received the Jackie Joyner-Kersee Volunteer Award for exemplary volunteerism from the Jesse Draper Boys’ and Girls’ Club of Atlanta while at Georgia Tech. Additionally, she was selected by the Institute of International Sports as one of its Sports Ethics Fellows in 1996. In May of 2009, Berenato was awarded with an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Seton Hill University and delivered the commencement speech to their spring graduates. Berenato has reached several personal milestones while at Pitt, the first coming in 2005 when she recorded her 300th career victory with an 85-81 win over Big East foe Georgetown. During the 2008-09 campaign, she recorded her 100th win at Pitt over archrival West Virginia and then picked up her 400th career win in 2009 against Saint Francis (Pa). A native of Gloucester City, N.J., Berenato and her husband Jack have five children: Theresa Marie (28), Andrew (27), Joey (23), Clare (21) and Christina (18).


Coaching Staff

PATTY COYLE Associate Head Coach „ Second Season „ Rutgers, 1982

BACKGROUND ON COYLE FULL NAME: Patricia Ann Coyle BIRTHDATE: September 5 EDUCATION: Rutgers, 1982 COLLEGE COACHING EXPERIENCE: Assistant Coach, Miami (Fla.), 1982-84 Assistant Coach, Rutgers, 1984-89 Assistant Coach, St. Joseph’s, 1989-92 Head Coach, Loyola (Md.), 1992-99 PROFESSIONAL COACHING EXPERIENCE: Assistant Coach, New York Liberty, 199904; Head Coach, New York Liberty, 200409 INTERNATIONAL PLAYING EXPERIENCE: Gold Medal, United States Olympic Festival, 1979 and 1980; Gold Medal, Pan American Games, 1980 HONORS: „ AIWA National Championship (1982) „ WNBA playoffs, New York Liberty, 8 of 10 years „ New Jersey Sportswriters’ Hall of Fame

(2009)

„ West Catholic High School Hall of Fame

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„ Rutgers Athletics Hall of Fame (1993)

With over two decades of experience in women’s basketball, Patty Coyle begins her second season on the Panthers staff and her first as associate head coach. Coyle, a native of Philadelphia, came to Pitt after five seasons as the head coach of the WNBA’s New York Liberty. She led the Liberty to the playoffs in four of five seasons, including two Eastern Conference Finals appearances. Coyle served as an assistant for the squad from 1998-04, prior to taking over the top spot during the ‘04 season. Prior to her service with the Liberty, Coyle was the head coach at Loyola College in Maryland. She tallied a 100-77 record - becoming the program’s all-time winningest coach - in only six seasons at the helm of the Greyhounds. She guided Loyola to the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) championship game four times in five years, capturing tournament titles in back-to-back seasons (1994 and1995) which paved the way for NCAA postseason tournament appearances. From 1989-92, Coyle served as an assistant at Saint Joseph’s University, where in her first two seasons, the Hawks finished a combined 47-15 with two NCAA Tournament appearances. Coyle was an assistant at her alma mater, Rutgers University, from 1984-89 alongside her former coach and Women’s Basketball Hall of Famer Theresa Grentz. During her playing career at Rutgers (1978-82), the Lady Knights posted a combined 10822 record. Coyle starred in the backcourt with her twin sister, Mary (Coyle) Klinger - now the head girls’ basketball coach at Rutgers Preparatory School in Somerset, N.J. Klinger served as head coach of the East squad at the 2011 McDonald’s AllAmerican game held in April. The Coyle twins helped guide Rutgers to the 1982 AIAW National Championship, an 83-77 win over Texas in their hometown of Philadelphia. Coyle scored 30 points in the title game versus Texas, earning MVP honors. She graduated from RU with the school’s fourth highest scoring total (1,209 points) and cur-

rently ranks 22nd on the all time scoring list. A former gold medalist at both the United States Olympic Festival (1979 and ‘80) and 1980 Pan American Games, Coyle was inducted into the Rutgers Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame class in 1993 - the inaugural class. She has also been honored by the West Catholic High School Hall of Fame (1999) and the New Jersey Sportswriters’ Hall of Fame (2009).

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KHADIJA J. HEAD Assistant Coach „ Second Season „ Murray State, 2003

Khadija J. Head enters her second season on the coaching staff at the University of Pittsburgh. Head also begins her second year as the recruiting coordinator for the Panthers, having helped land a 2011 class ranked No. 19 nationally by ESPN’s HoopGurlz. Head served as the assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Middle Tennessee State from 2007-10, helping guide them to consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances in her final two seasons. Head, who put together a top-25 nationally ranked recruiting class in 2009 and a followed with a stellar 2010 recruiting class, was instrumental in signing three Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) Miss Basketball award winners over a three season span for the Blue Raiders. In 2008, Head helped sign a pair of National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) AllBACKGROUND ON HEAD Americans to MTSU in Dana Garrett and Shytoria Davis. Head also aided in the development of AllFULL NAME: Khadija J. Head Americans Amber Holt and Alysha Clark while at BIRTHDATE: October 15 MTSU, both of who were WNBA Draft selections. EDUCATION: Murray State, 2003 Holt, a first-round pick in 2008, was the nation’s leading scorer during the 2007-08 campaign and COLLEGE COACHING EXPERIENCE: earned selection to four All-America teams. Clark Graduate Assistant Coach, Slippery Rock, led the nation in scoring in two-straight seasons, 2003-04 was a two-time Sun Belt Player of the Year and an Assistant Coach/ Director of Basketball Associated Press All-America Third Team honoree. operations, Arkansas, 2005-07 In total, Head has coached four WNBA draft Assistant Coach/ Recruiting Coordinator, Middle Tennessee State, 2007-10 picks. In addition to Holt and Clark, Tanisha Smith was a second-round pick by the Seattle Storm in HONORS: 2010 and Lauren Ervin was a second-round selec„ Top-25 recruiting class, MTSU, 2009 tion by the Connecticut Sun in 2008. Prior to her tenure at MTSU, Head served as „ Four players coached by her were drafted an assistant coach and director of basketball operainto the WNBA (Amber Holt, Alysha Clark, Tanisha Smith, Lauren Ervin) tions at the University of Arkansas from 2005-07. As part of her duties Head developed scouting „ Signed three (3) TSSAA Miss Basketball reports, game strategies and recruiting corresponwinners. dences. In addition to assisting in the coordination of camps, she also planned all travel and oversaw

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ordering, managing and distribution of apparel for the women’s basketball team. Head assisted in the recruiting of Ervin, who was named the 2006 Southern California Player of the Year and an All-SEC Second Team selection in 2007. Head has also worked in an internship capacity at the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA). While at the WBCA, she planned and coordinated arrangements for the 2005 High School All-America game presented by Nike. Head also oversaw the management and distribution of Nike apparel for staff members, volunteers and participants. Head was a four-year standout at Murray State University in Murray, Ky. During her fouryear career for the Racers, Head was twice named to the Ohio Valley Conference Honor Roll and three times selected to the MSU Dean’s List. Head started all 28 games her senior season and as a junior set a then single-game school record with 14 assists versus Southeast Missouri. A cum laude graduate in Organizational Communications, Head earned a Black Coaches Association (BCA) Postgraduate Scholarship and an NCAA Ethnic Minority Enhancement Postgraduate Scholarship for Careers in Athletics in 2003. During the 2003-04 season, Head was a graduate assistant coach at Slippery Rock University. Her duties at SRU included coordinating Midnight Madness activities, developing a recruiting database and assisting in the production of youth camps. She also created a summer strength and conditioning program and coordinated film exchange with conference and non-conference opponents. Head completed her master’s degree from the school in 2004. A native of Atlanta, Ga., Head participated in the NCAA and BCA Achieving Coaches Excellence (ACE) Program in Indianapolis this summer. She also attended `A Step Up’, an athletic symposium to elevate professionals and uplift performance, in Chicago in spring 2011.


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MALLORIE WINN Assistant Coach „ Second Season „ Pittsburgh, 2007

Mallorie Winn begins her second season as an assistant coach on the Pitt women’s basketball staff. The San Diego, Calif. native is no stranger to head coach Agnus Berenato after having played at both Georgia Tech and Pitt under Berenato. Winn arrived at Pitt from Saddleback College in Mission Viejo, Calif., where she aided the women’s basketball staff. During the 2009-10 season, she scouted high school games and also played a key role in game preparation, breaking down opponents. Winn also logged time as a coach and individual trainer with the 80/20 Basketball organization, one of the longest running and most successful youth basketball organizations in California. While at 80/20 Basketball, Winn ran weekly practices of 30 or more BACKGROUND ON WINN players and also coached teams in several basketball leagues, offering instruction to boys FULL NAME: Mallorie Winn and girls ages 7-16. BIRTHDATE: September 5 During the 2008-09 season, Winn served as the head coach at The Campus School at EDUCATION: University of Pittsburgh, Carlow University in Pittsburgh. While there, 2007 (BA, Legal Studies) she developed practice plans and coordinated 2009 (MA, Public and team travel in addition to her coaching duties. International Affairs) Winn spent two seasons at Georgia Tech COACHING EXPERIENCE: before transferring to Pitt prior to the 2004Head Coach, Carlow Middle School, 05 campaign. A standout point guard, Winn 2008-09 paced the team in assists in both seasons and Volunteer Coach, Saddleback College, eclipsed the 1,000 point mark during her final 2009-10 season at Pitt. She concluded her collegiate HONORS: career with 1,028 points, scoring 812 of those „ All-Big East second team, 2005-06 points at Pitt. An integral part of the program’s rise, Winn helped spark the Panthers to three „ All-WNIT, 2005-06 consecutive postseason appearances and a „ David Sandberg Champion Award, 2008 string of 20-plus victory seasons. During the 2005-06 campaign - the first of four consecutive 20-win seasons for Pitt - Winn

tallied a team-high 131 assists, scored 20 or more points in 10 games and boasted a teamhigh 59 three-pointers en route to earning All-Big East Second Team honors. After helping lead the Panthers to the semifinals of the WNIT, the team captain was selected to the WNIT All-Tournament Team. Winn was heralded with Preseason First Team All-Big East honors and a Street & Smith Honorable Mention All-America nod prior to the 2006-07 season before a season-ending knee injury forced her out for the season. Winn was a key contributor off the bench the following season, helping guide Pitt to its first-ever NCAA Sweet 16 appearance. Winn’s perseverance was highlighted and commended in 2008 when she earned the David Sandberg Champion Award, presented annually to a Pitt student-athlete who displays the dedication to academic and athletic excellence, with an undying spirit and a passionate commitment to the improvement of the University of Pittsburgh and surrounding communities. She also closed her career ranked 12th in assists (252). Winn was a four-year starter at Bishop’s High in La Jolla, Calif., while playing for her father Fentriss Winn. As a senior, she averaged a team-best 16.4 points per game and led the Knights to their sixth-straight CIF-San Diego Section Division VI title and a California Division IV state title in 2001. Winn has a pair of degrees from the University of Pittsburgh, earning a bachelor’s degree in legal studies in 2007 with a minor in political science and a master’s degree in human security in 2009.

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Support Staff

CAROL SPRAGUE Senior Associate Athletic Director

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38th season at Pitt „ Slippery Rock, 1971

Sprague, senior associate athletic director and senior women’s administrator at Pitt, has been at the forefront of many initiatives and positive developments over her career which spans three decades of service. During her time at Pitt, she has served as the sport administrator for nearly all of Pitt’s teams and currently serves in the same capacity with the women’s basketball program. Sprague worked tirelessly to provide academic and athletic opportunities for hundreds of Pitt student-athletes and coaches. She is also responsible for Pitt capital project management and facilities and event operations management. Sprague was the department’s project manager during the planning and construction of the Petersen Events Center. Other projects she has played an integral role in are: Fitzgerald Field House locker room, training room, weight room, wrestling room and office renovations; the gymnastics training center in Trees Hall and the lighting of Trees Field. Sprague played a vital role in luring women’s basketball head coach Agnus Berenato from Georgia Tech to Pittsburgh in May, 2003. Since that time the team has enjoyed the most productive and successful run in Pitt history, earning six post-season appearances which include two NCAA Sweet 16 appearances and a WNIT Final Four showing. Sprague served for five years on the prestigious NCAA Women’s Basketball Committee, helping to land bids to host the 2007 and 2009 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball First and Second Rounds at the Petersen Events Center. In addition to serving the University, Sprague has been active on the regional and national scene of intercollegiate athletics. On the national scene, she was elected to and served on the NCAA Management Council, the NCAA Council, the NCAA Administrative Committee, the NCAA

Administrative Review Committee, and the NCAA Playing and Practice Seasons Committee. Sprague was elected to and served on the Executive Board of the National Association of Collegiate Athletic Directors (NACDA), the professional association for collegiate athletic administrators. Sprague has also been a leader in the Big East Conference through her service committees that include the Big East Championship Committee, the Big East SWA Committee, and numerous sports committees. She has served as the Tournament Director for numerous Big East Swimming and Diving and Volleyball Championships, as well as the1984 Big East Basketball Championship. Sprague began her career at Pittsburgh in 1974 as an assistant swimming coach. Since that time she has held a variety of positions including program coordinator for women’s sports, coordinator of student affairs for student-athletes, assistant athletics director for women’s sports and associate athletics director for Olympic sports. A 1971 Slippery Rock University graduate with a bachelor’s degree in health and physical fitness, Sprague went on to earn a Master of Science degree from the school in 1974. A member of the Rockets’ swimming team, she was a national championship qualifier and also played on the Rocks’ basketball team as a freshman. Additionally, Sprague had a 22-year career with the Pittsburgh Debs women’s open division softball team. As a player, Sprague was a member of two United States Slo-Pitch Softball Association World Championship teams, and as a coach, she led the Debs to five national top-20 finishes. In 2007, Sprague was selected as the Administrator of the Year by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA). She is a member of the Penn Hills Sports Hall of Fame (1992), the Western Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame (1999) and was inducted in Slippery Rock’s Hall of Fame this fall. In 1993, Sprague was the recipient of the Women in Sports Lifetime Achievement Award presented by the Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce.

MEGHAN BIELICH Director of Operations „ Sixth Season „ Clarion University, 2006

Bielich enters her sixth season with the Pitt women’s basketball program and her first as director of operations. She served the last five years as the team’s video coordinator. Bielich coordinates and oversees all travel for the Panthers. She also serves as co-director of the Agnus Berenato summer basketball camps and as the program’s liaison within the athletic department, the University and the community. Lastly, Bielich will be the link to the women’s basketball team camps and its community service efforts. In her previous post, the Bethel Park native was responsible for all aspects in the video depart-

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ment, Her duties included film exchange, scout tapes, and highlight reels. Bielich also assisted with recruiting mailings and in all facets of official and unofficial recruit visits. Bielich came to Pitt from WCUB -TV in Clarion, Pa., where she held numerous positions from 2002-06, including that as a sideline reporter, producer, editor, writer and director. A 2006 graduate of Clarion University (Pa.) with a degree in Communications, Bielich served as a manager and student coach for the Golden Eagles women’s basketball team as an undergraduate. She completed her master’s degree in sports management from California University of Pennsylvania in August 2011. During the summer of 2010, Bielich served as an interim assistant coach – assisting with evaluations and analysis of potential recruits. She is a member of the WBCA.


Support Staff

DAVE SCARBOROUGH

ANN MARIE PORADA

Video Coordinator „ First Season „ California (Pa.), 2009

Athletic Trainer „ Third Season „ Longwood, 2004

Dave Scarborough joins the Pitt women’s basketball family as video coordinator. In this role, he is responsible for all aspects of video for the team, including scouting and film exchange. He will also oversee coordination of the Agnus Berenato Summer Basketball Camps. For the last two seasons, the Pittsburgh native served as the director of men’s basketball operations at Robert Morris University. In that role, he developed and managed the team’s budget, coordinated all travel and supervised the hiring and scheduling of student managers and graduate assistants. In addition, Scarborough served as director of both the team and the day camps. Participation in the team camp tripled from the previous year. During the 2008-09 season, Scarborough was an assistant coach at NCAA Division III LaRoche College. Over the same period, he served as the director of basketball operations for Hoop Mountain Basketball in Pittsburgh, helping to operate one of the largest AAU organizations in the country. From 2007-09, Scarborough was a site director, head coach and instructor for Basketball Stars of America, a year-round AAU basketball development program in Western Pennsylvania. He is a 2009 magna cum laude graduate of California University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s degree in sports management studies.

KIM KING Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Olympic Sports „ 13th season at Pitt „ University of Pittsburgh, 1981 Kim King, who enters her 13th season at the University of Pittsburgh, serves as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for its Olympic Sports program. King boasts a wealth of experience having been in the strength & conditioning field for over 27 years as well as competing as a professional athlete. A prominent bodybuilder and powerlifter on the national and professional level, King has earned numerous titles. Among the accolades, Kim was named Pittsburgh Athlete of the Year in 1994 and finished in the top-3 at the World Games in Germany. King has trained and prepared numerous professional and nationally ranked athletes and teams and serves as the chairman and chief administrator of the strength, health and rehabilitation for the International Federation of Body Builders. She is a 1981 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a bachelors degree in Criminal Justice. In addition, King holds numerous Strength & Conditioning certifications and has successfully owned and operated numerous Wellness & Fitness centers along with designing and developing numerous college and high school strength programs. King and her husband, Jeff, are the parents of one daughter, Kelly and have a grandson, Carter. Kelly is also a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and is currently a Doctor of Internal Medicine in Charlotte N.C.

Ann Marie Porada begins her third season as the athletic trainer for the Pitt women’s basketball team. Porada’s responsibilities include evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation for both women’s basketball and cheerleading. Porada arrived at Pitt in 2009 after a four-year stint at Fordham University. At the Bronx, N.Y. school, she served as the primary athletic trainer for women’s soccer, women’s basketball, spring football, and cheerleading. Porada spent one year as assistant athletic trainer at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia where she worked with baseball and assisted with both men’s and women’s lacrosse teams. A 2004 graduate of Longwood University with a bachelor’s degree in physical education with a concentration in athletic training, Porada spent one year at her alma mater as an assistant athletic trainer. In July of 2006, she received a master’s degree in performance enhancement and injury prevention at California University of Pennsylvania. Porada is a certified NASM Performance Enhancement Specialist as well as a certified member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association (NATA) and the Pennsylvania and Virginia Athletic Trainers Associations. She is also certified by the American Red Cross for CPR and AED for the professional rescuer.

BRIAN BRIGGER Equipment Manager „ Fifth Season „ Xavier, 2004

Brian Brigger begins his fifth season as equipment manager for the Pitt women’s basketball program. Brigger is responsible for the 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 overall at the University of Pittsburgh. Prior to Pitt, Brigger served equipment internships at both the University of Central Florida (2004-05) and the College of William & Mary (2005). At UCF, he was primarily responsible for the Knights baseball team. 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 head coaches Skip Prosser and Thad Matta. Brigger is an avid runner and has completed six marathons.

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Support Staff

STACEY BRANN

JENNIFER TUSCANO

Associate Director of Media Relations „ Second Season „ Virginia Commonwealth, 1994

Assistant Director of Academic Support Services for Student-Athletes „ Eighth Season „ Pitt-Johnstown, 1999

Jennifer Tuscano has overseen the academic support for women’s basketball for the past seven years. During her tenure all women’s basketball student-athletes who have completed their eligibility have also earned degrees under Tuscano. Tuscano pushes student-athletes to not only reach their goals, but surpass expectations. In 2009, she was awarded the Charles S. Miller Award for exceptional commitment, teamwork and pride in the pursuit of the athletic department’s goals. In addition to her responsibilities as academic coordinator, Tuscano joined the Panthers’ radio broadcast team as a color analyst (2005-06). Last season, she was also the color commentator for the newly formed Pitt Panthers Television Network. Tuscano arrived at Pitt after serving as the Director of Athletics for the Meyersdale Area School District. She was responsible for all scheduling of athletics events, as well as directing and supervising after school tutoring programs for the district’s student-athletes. She also served as the head coach of the Meyersdale Area Junior High Girl’s Basketball team from 1997-2003. Tuscano was also a member of the Meyersdale Athletic Boosters, the PIAA District 5 Committee and the Pennsylvania State Education Association. Tuscano received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown in 1999, where she spent four years on the women’s basketball team. She recently completed her master’s degree in sports science from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Stacey Brann joined the University of Pittsburgh media relations staff in November 2010. With over a decade of collegiate public relations experience, she works with the women’s basketball and men’s soccer teams. Prior to Pitt, Brann was a member of the athletic communications staff at Rutgers University for four years. She handled/managed Rutgers’ public relations efforts surrounding the Scarlet Knights women’s basketball program amid a shock jock’s comments following the team’s appearance in the 2007 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament championship game. Brann served as the primary spokesperson for the basketball program and athletic department during the scandal, interacting with local, state and national media members, including representatives from print, radio, TV and internet outlets. Brann served as Assistant Director of Athletics/Media Relations at Long Island University in Brooklyn, N.Y. from 2003-06. She began her career in college athletics at the University of Richmond where she served as the Director of Athletic Communications for four years, working primarily with the men’s basketball team and then-head coach John Beilein. Brann began her professional career at WNCT, a CBS affiliate in Greenville, N.C. in 1995, and followed it with a two-year stay at the CBS affiliate (WTVR) in Richmond. She served as a sports anchor, reporter and photographer covering such major events as the Daytona 500 and the Orange Bowl. Brann was a regular fixture on the sidelines and baselines at the University of Virginia, University of Richmond, William & Mary and in the NFL with the Washington Redskins. She became the first female sports anchor in the Norfolk, Va., market in 1999. Brann worked at NBC affiliate WAVY and its sister station, Fox affiliate WVBT. She made the transition to college athletics later that year, joining the Spiders’ sports information staff. Brann, a 1994 graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Communications, is a native of Village, Va.

Game Day Staff NOT PICTURED: MARK COHEN: Official Stats GEORGE GEREGACH: Table Crew ANDREW LINDEMAN: Table Crew

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ERIN COOPER

JOHN LABRIOLA

RITA LANZA

DAN MARTINO, JR.

Official Stats

Official Stats

Official Scorebook

Table Crew

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JERRY FERBER had served as a member of the Panthers basketball table crew - clock managment - since 1987. Jerry passed away in June 2011. His dedication, loyalty and true love of the game will be missed.


Support Staff

JOHN ABRAMS

JUSTIN ACIERNO

DR. SUSAN ALBRECHT

MAUREEN ANDERSON

DAN BARTHOLOMAE

PAUL BARTO

E.J. BORGHETTI

MARCUS BOWMAN

Associate Athletic Director/Facilities and Operations

Director of Marketing and Ticket Operations

NCAA Faculty Representative

Associate Athletic Director/ Development

Associate Athletic Director/ Compliance and Support Services

Director of PantherVision Production

Senior Associate Athletic Director/ Media Relations

Assistant Athletic Director for Administration and Planning

KIRK BRUCE

A.J. DEVITO

BLAIR DUNCKEL

MICHAEL FARABAUGH

CHRIS FERRIS

FELISHA HAMIEL

JEFF IRWIN

GERALD JONES

Associate Athletic Director/ Sports Administration

Coordinator of Ticketing Operations

Coordinator of Facilities and Operations

Director of Academic Support Services

Associate Athletic Director/ External Relations

Women’s Basketball Administrative Assistant

Assistant Athletic Director for Technology

PItt IMG Sports Marketing, General Manager

Not Pictured: India Brantley, Manager Cassidy Moore, Manager

PAUL KLACZAK

JON MALEK

WENDY MEYERS

CRYSTAL ORR

TIM PEDERSON

DONNA SANFT

PENNY SEMAIA

Associate Athletic Director,/Sport Administration

Director of Marketing

Associate Athletic Director/ Business, Finance and Personnel

Manager

Associate Director of Marketing

Executive Associate Athletic Director

Assistant Athletic Director, Student Life

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Kayla Nicole Rush On August 10, 2010, the Pitt women’s basketball team lost a member of its family in Kayla Nicole Rush. For two and a half years, Rush battled osteosarcoma, a bone cancer found mostly in growing children before losing the fight. She inspired her South Hills community and all those who came into contact with her. Kayla will always be remembered as an honorary team captain. The Panthers were honored to host her parents: Jim and Dawn Rush for the West Virginia game this past season.

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EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED.

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Season Results 2010-11 RECORD

All Games 14-17 Home 8-6 Away 4-9 Neutral 2-2

Conference 5-11 3-5 2-6 2-3

2010-11 RESULTS Non-Conference 9-6 5-1 2-3 2-2

TEAM COMPARISON PITT SCORING 2055 Points per game 66.3 Scoring margin +1.7 FIELD GOALS-ATT 747-1748 Field goal pct .427 3 POINT FG-ATT 153-483 3-point FG pct .317 3-pt FG made per game 4.9 FREE THROWS-ATT 408-572 Free throw pct .713 F-Throws made per game 13.2 REBOUNDS 1195 Rebounds per game 38.5 Rebounding margin +1.5 ASSISTS 450 Assists per game 14.6 TURNOVERS 540 Turnovers per game 17.4 Turnover margin -2.7 Assist/turnover ratio 0.8 STEALS 177 Steals per game 5.7 BLOCKS 159 Blocks per game 5.1 ATTENDANCE 36593 Home games-Avg/Game 14-2614 Neutral site-Avg/Game Score By Periods Pittsburgh Opponents

1st 2nd OT 1018 1030 7 919 1072 11

OPP 2002 64.6 701-1875 .374 175-557 .374 5.6 425-595 .714 13.7 1150 37.1 424 13.7 456 14.7 0.9 271 8.7 99 3.2 59132 13-3120 4-4644 Totals 2055 2002

DATE 11/12/10

OPPONENT YOUNGSTOWN STATE

SCORE W 78-58

ATT. 4143

HIGH POINTS (18)THOMAS, Brittaney

11/17/10 11/21/10 11/24/10 11/28/10

at Minnesota RADFORD DUKE LOYOLA

L 63-73 W 77-46 L 55-93 W 73-45

2752 1816 2720 1757

12/01/10

at Saint Francis

L 71-85

1237

12/04/10 12/07/10 12/11/10

MOUNT ST. MARY’S *DEPAUL at Valparaiso

W 66-30 L 51-67 W 86-51

1708 1972 492

(24)THOMAS, Brittaney (19)COLE, Chelsea (16)HARRISON, Taneisha (15)SCOTT, Shayla (15)THOMAS, Brittaney (14)HARRISON, Taneisha (14)SCOTT, Shayla (13)HARRISON, Taneisha (15)SIMS, Jania (16)BURDGESS, Leeza

12/19/10 12/20/10 12/28/10

vs Texas Tech vs UT-Arlington AUSTIN PEAY

L 65-78 W 95-61 W 75-53

1200 1151 2019

12/31/10 01/05/11 01/09/11 01/12/11 01/15/11 01/22/11 01/26/11 01/29/11 02/01/11 02/05/11

at Central Michigan at Duquesne *at LOUISVILLE *at Seton Hall *NOTRE DAME *at UConn *at Syracuse *MARQUETTE *CINCINNATI *at West Virginia

W 94-78 L 62-70 L 68-79 W 64-58 L 50-82 L 46-66 L 60-69 Lot 70-74 W 79-48 W 60-53

593 1494 9577 375 2650 9767 1076 4324 2076 8025

(26)SIMS, Jania (13)LOGAN, Asia (13)HARRISON, Taneisha (13)COLE, Chelsea (25)HARRISON, Taneisha (21)SIMS, Jania (18)HARRISON, Taneisha (19)HARRISON, Taneisha (10)HARRISON, Taneisha (16)HARRISON, Taneisha (16)SCOTT, Shayla (18)HARRISON, Taneisha (24)SIMS, Jania (30)HARRISON, Taneisha

02/08/11 02/12/11 02/15/11 02/19/11

*at Rutgers *USF *PROVIDENCE * WEST VIRGINIA

L 42-54 W 70-66 W 60-57 L 79-90

2946 2247 1820 5368

(12)COLE, Chelsea (27)HARRISON, Taneisha (20)HARRISON, Taneisha (28)HARRISON, Taneisha

02/23/11 02/26/11 02/28/11 03/04/11 03/05/11

*at Georgetown *at St. John’s *VILLANOVA vs USF# vs Marquette#

L 57-67 L 63-72 L 52-54 W 63-60 L 61-65

655 1567 1973 7923 8302

(17)SIMS, Jania (20)ANDERSON, Ashlee (20)SCOTT, Shayla (17)SIMS, Jania (27)HARRISON, Taneisha

Home games in CAPS *Big East Conference game; #Big East Championship, Hartford, Conn.

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HIGH REBOUNDS (13)COLE, Chelsea (13)SCOTT, Shayla (12)COLE, Chelsea (10)COLE, Chelsea (6)SCOTT, Shayla (13)COLE, Chelsea (10)COLE, Chelsea (12)SCOTT, Shayla (14)COLE, Chelsea (11)COLE, Chelsea (11)BURDGESS, Leeza (9)COLE, Chelsea (13)COLE, Chelsea (13)SCOTT, Shayla (13)COLE, Chelsea (9)SCOTT, Shayla (11)SCOTT, Shayla (11)SCOTT, Shayla (10)DUNN, Kyra (12)COLE, Chelsea (6)COLE, Chelsea (14)COLE, Chelsea (14)COLE, Chelsea (7)COLE, Chelsea (7)SCOTT, Shayla (7)HARRISON, Taneisha (10)COLE, Chelsea (17)COLE, Chelsea (13)COLE, Chelsea (6)SCOTT, Shayla (6)COLE, Chelsea (14)COLE, Chelsea (12)COLE, Chelsea (15)COLE, Chelsea (8)COLE, Chelsea (13)SCOTT, Shayla


2010-11 Season Statistics

## Player 10 HARRISON, Taneisha Conference-Only... 14 SIMS, Jania Conference-Only... 22 COLE, Chelsea Conference-Only... 25 SCOTT, Shayla Conference-Only... 23 ANDERSON, Ashlee Conference-Only... 00 LOGAN, Asia Conference-Only... 12 THOMAS, Brittaney Conference-Only... 13 DAVIS, Marquel Conference-Only... 42 BURDGESS, Leeza Conference-Only... 55 FULLER, Yasmin Conference-Only... 33 DUNN, Kyra Conference-Only... 24 RENAUD, Jessica Conference-Only... TM TEAM................ Conference-Only... Total.......... Conference-Only... Opponents...... Conference-Only...

GP-GS 31-31 16-16 30-30 16-16 31-31 16-16 31-31 16-16 31-23 16-14 25-0 13-0 6-6 0-0 30-3 15-2 30-0 15-0 28-0 16-0 27-0 13-0 8-0 1-0

31 16 31 16

Min 1042 556 956 523 831 470 995 547 624 376 260 136 164 0 429 214 375 145 258 146 251 104 40 8

Avg 33.6 34.8 31.9 32.7 26.8 29.4 32.1 34.2 20.1 23.5 10.4 10.5 27.3 0.0 14.3 14.3 12.5 9.7 9.2 9.1 9.3 8.0 5.0 8.0

TOTAL FG-FGA 177 400 95 229 121 277 51 137 123 256 63 133 101 247 48 131 55 148 34 98 32 93 14 45 38 75 0 0 34 82 13 35 41 92 11 37 10 47 4 24 15 27 2 4 0 4 0 0

Pct .443 .415 .437 .372 .480 .474 .409 .366 .372 .347 .344 .311 .507 .000 .415 .371 .446 .297 .213 .167 .556 .500 .000 .000

747 1748 335 873 701 1875 369 951

.427 .384 .374 .388

3-PTS 3FG-FGA 54 168 33 99 25 77 11 42 0 0 0 0 40 113 19 62 19 56 13 41 8 29 3 15 4 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 26 1 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

153 80 175 81

483 270 557 264

Pct .321 .333 .325 .262 .000 .000 .354 .306 .339 .317 .276 .200 .286 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .115 .091 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT-FTA 71 101 39 53 101 123 57 72 61 84 33 48 46 60 27 34 31 38 24 30 20 33 10 18 11 14 0 0 5 17 5 13 25 49 9 19 24 27 14 14 13 26 3 9 0 0 0 0

Pct .703 .736 .821 .792 .726 .688 .767 .794 .816 .800 .606 .556 .786 .000 .294 .385 .510 .474 .889 1.000 .500 .333 .000 .000

.317 .296 .314 .307

408 221 425 237

.713 .713 .714 .725

572 310 595 327

O 33 24 19 13 107 58 45 22 25 16 13 11 5 0 17 11 43 19 7 2 18 6 1 0 50 25 383 207 452 238

REBOUNDS D Tot-Avg 86 119 3.8 42 66 4.1 64 83 2.8 32 45 2.8 211 318 10.3 111 169 10.6 162 207 6.7 70 92 5.8 54 79 2.5 32 48 3.0 26 39 1.6 7 18 1.4 14 19 3.2 0 0 0.0 25 42 1.4 12 23 1.5 48 91 3.0 20 39 2.6 13 20 0.7 6 8 0.5 45 63 2.3 20 26 2.0 3 4 0.5 1 1 1.0 61 111 3.6 38 63 3.9 812 1195 38.5 391 598 37.4 698 1150 37.1 373 611 38.2

PF-DQ 78-1 51-1 66-0 31-0 82-0 42-0 81-1 38-0 49-0 24-0 31-0 18-0 6-0 0-0 39-1 24-1 60-0 29-0 16-0 10-0 24-0 10-0 2-0 1-0 0 0 534 3 278 2 515 5 267 4

A TO Blk Stl 79 98 8 34 42 61 3 12 115 114 10 28 46 62 5 9 20 47 56 26 12 21 33 15 92 70 36 23 37 41 17 11 50 64 1 15 31 33 0 7 11 13 2 6 5 6 1 6 11 12 3 5 0 0 0 0 26 38 3 22 9 18 3 9 11 27 18 7 5 10 8 1 24 20 1 8 14 12 0 3 10 22 21 2 3 8 11 2 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 0 12 8 450 540 159 177 205 281 81 75 424 456 99 271 231 215 64 151

Pts 479 262 368 170 307 159 288 142 160 105 92 41 91 0 73 31 107 31 47 23 43 7 0 0 0 0 2055 971 2002 1056

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Avg 15.5 16.4 12.3 10.6 9.9 9.9 9.3 8.9 5.2 6.6 3.7 3.2 15.2 0.0 2.4 2.1 3.6 2.1 1.7 1.4 1.6 0.5 0.00 0.0

66.3 60.7 64.6 66.0

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2010-11 Game-by-Game Totals Youngstown State PITT PITT Minnesota Radford PITT Duke PITT Loyola PITT PITT Saint Francis Mount St. Mary’s PITT DePaul PITT PITT Valparaiso Texas Tech PITT UT-Arlington PITT Austin Peay PITT PITT Central Michigan PITT Duquense PITT Louisville PITT Seton Hall Notre Dame PITT PITT Connecticut PITT Syracuse Marquette PITT Cincinnati PITT PITT West Virginia PITT Rutgers

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FG 19 31 25 23 15 28 37 20 18 32 27 28 11 25 27 15 36 20 30 23 16 36 21 29 34 25 21 23 23 28 21 16 30 16 19 25 24 22 24 26 15 27 19 16 17 18

FGA 71 66 66 51 62 55 72 42 59 55 61 52 50 62 69 60 75 61 65 57 58 61 73 57 69 75 54 66 60 56 59 56 64 49 55 58 64 63 59 73 52 61 40 52 53 51

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PCT .268 .470 .379 .451 .242 .509 .514 .476 .305 .582 .443 .538 .220 .403 .391 .250 .480 .328 .462 .404 .276 .590 .288 .509 .493 .333 .389 .348 .383 .500 .356 .286 .469 .327 .345 .431 .375 .349 .407 .356 .288 .443 .475 .308 .321 .353

3P 10 3 4 7 1 4 7 6 5 3 7 13 6 4 7 4 1 5 3 3 6 8 8 3 12 5 4 4 7 5 8 3 4 5 5 2 5 5 6 9 5 6 5 4 2 7

3PA 48 13 20 15 12 7 17 17 23 7 27 23 17 14 21 27 11 20 11 16 14 16 23 11 17 24 8 12 24 19 21 15 11 12 15 13 22 14 15 25 21 16 11 14 19 18

PCT .208 .231 .200 .467 .083 .571 .412 .353 .217 .429 .259 .565 .353 .286 .333 .148 .091 .250 .273 .188 .429 .500 .348 .273 .706 .208 .500 .333 .292 .263 .381 .200 .364 .417 .333 .154 .227 .357 .400 .360 .238 .375 .455 .286 .105 .389

FT 10 13 9 20 15 17 12 9 4 6 10 16 2 12 6 17 13 6 15 16 23 15 3 14 14 23 16 20 15 18 14 23 18 13 3 14 7 20 20 9 13 19 17 17 6 11

FTA 13 19 12 26 16 25 16 17 10 8 15 25 6 22 10 27 18 14 21 18 29 22 8 15 18 30 21 25 22 23 18 32 22 20 4 20 8 29 24 15 21 21 25 20 8 13

PCT .769 .684 .750 .769 .938 .680 .750 .529 .400 .750 .667 .640 .333 .545 .600 .630 .722 .429 .714 .889 .793 .682 .375 .933 .778 .767 .762 .800 .682 .783 .778 .719 .818 .650 .750 .700 .875 .690 .833 .600 .619 .905 .680 .850 .750 .846

O-D-TOTAL REBOUNDS 13-24-37 13-41-54 12-23-35 9-32-41 17-30-30 16-31-47 20-20-40 6-17-23 15-17-32 20-20-40 13-18-31 9-25-34 8-27-35 15-33-48 20-31-51 19-24-43 24-34-58 11-17-28 20-21-41 13-17-30 18-19-37 13-30-43 19-18-37 10-36-46 16-31-47 22-22-44 6-29-35 17-30-47 19-19-38 12-21-33 16-34-50 11-22-33 17-29-46 8-20-28 6-23-29 13-30-43 19-17-36 28-22-50 16-27-43 24-20-44 13-19-32 15-24-39 11-23-34 15-14-29 12-24-36 10-24-34

PF 16 19 20 18 21 17 17 13 9 17 22 14 19 10 18 12 15 15 18 23 17 23 14 12 19 16 18 20 20 18 20 13 14 17 18 11 24 11 15 19 16 20 18 22 12 13

A 11 24 9 20 6 19 19 13 8 19 15 22 9 21 18 6 15 13 15 10 8 23 12 19 18 11 11 12 13 13 13 9 16 8 15 18 19 11 15 19 10 15 12 10 11 12

TO 17 19 15 18 19 20 11 25 21 11 17 17 24 12 13 15 16 15 15 17 18 12 9 13 14 8 21 15 24 18 18 10 15 21 18 14 18 17 14 12 16 9 20 14 16 14

BS 2 2 4 3 6 10 1 6 3 1 1 1 3 5 7 5 4 2 2 5 0 2 0 13 6 2 12 3 1 4 5 5 3 6 5 7 7 7 2 10 3 7 5 3 5 5

ST 6 5 8 7 7 10 16 8 9 16 6 7 6 14 8 6 7 5 10 3 5 6 8 2 4 4 3 12 9 13 3 9 13 4 8 7 9 6 7 2 7 4 2 10 4 12

PTS 58 78 63 73 46 77 93 55 45 93 71 85 30 66 67 51 86 51 78 65 61 95 53 75 94 78 62 70 68 79 64 58 82 50 46 66 60 69 74 70 48 79 60 57 42 54


2010-11 Game-by-Game Totals USF PITT Providence PITT West Virginia PITT PITT Georgetown PITT St. John’s Villanova PITT USF PITT |PITT Marquette

22 24 23 20 31 23 18 24 23 28 20 20 21 21 24 25

66 42 66 45 64 55 39 63 63 61 51 55 59 38 57 50

.333 .571 .348 .444 .484 .418 .462 .381 .365 .459 .392 .364 .356 .553 .421 .500

GAME-BY-GAME BENCH REBOUNDING

Opponent Youngstown St. Minnesota Radford Duke Loyola (Md.) St. Francis (Pa.) Mount St. Mary’s DePaul Valparaiso Texas Tech UT Arlington Austin Peay Central Michigan Duquesne Louisville Seton Hall Notre Dame Connecticut Syracuse Marquette Cincinnati West Virginia Rutgers USF Providence West Virginia Georgetown St. John’s Villanova USF Marquette

Pitt 54 35 47 23 36 31 48 43 58 30 43 46 47 35 38 50 46 43 50 44 39 34 36 32 39 34 36 41 39 28 36

Opp 37 41 30 40 32 34 35 51 28 41 37 37 44 47 33 33 28 29 36 43 32 29 34 36 36 41 33 39 32 28 28

+/+17 -6 +17 -17 +4 -3 +13 -8 +30 -11 +6 +9 +3 -12 +5 +17 -18 -14 -14 +1 +7 +5 +2 -4 +3 -7 +3 +2 +7 0 +8

W/ W L W L W L W L W L W W W L L W L L L L W W L W W L L L L W L

7 2 5 0 3 5 4 10 9 3 5 4 8 4 7 6

17 8 21 5 13 15 17 29 24 8 15 9 20 11 18 14

.412 .250 .238 .000 .231 .333 .235 .345 .375 .375 .333 .444 .400 .364 .389 .429

15 20 6 20 25 28 17 9 8 13 9 8 10 17 6 9

17 27 12 32 37 34 21 20 10 18 9 18 14 23 9 15

.882 .741 .500 .625 .676 .824 .810 .450 .800 .722 1.000 .444 .714 .739 .667 .600

17-19-36 3-29-32 18-18-36 11-28-39 16-25-41 11-23-34 9-27-36 19-14-33 13-28-41 10-29-39 3-29-32 11-28-39 12-16-28 2-26-28 10-26-36 4-24-28

21 14 23 16 23 24 15 18 19 16 15 10 21 16 13 13

14 14 16 6 21 13 14 17 14 19 12 13 11 12 14 16

10 16 16 22 10 15 27 12 19 12 10 11 20 25 16 14

1 8 3 4 2 5 2 2 3 6 4 3 1 3 1 6

9 6 10 7 7 1 6 17 2 10 6 2 13 9 6 4

66 70 57 60 90 79 57 67 63 72 54 52 60 63 61 65

GAME-BY-GAME BENCH SCORING

Opponent Youngstown St. Minnesota Radford Duke Loyola (Md.) St. Francis (Pa.) Mount St. Mary’s DePaul Valparaiso Texas Tech UT Arlington Austin Peay Central Michigan Duquesne Louisville Seton Hall Notre Dame Connecticut Syracuse Marquette Cincinnati West Virginia Rutgers USF Providence West Virginia Georgetown St. John’s Villanova USF Marquette

Pitt 6 4 22 2 12 8 27 15 39 11 46 26 7 8 11 13 24 1 9 5 14 2 4 4 13 20 2 9 0 14 8

Opp 12 10 17 44 3 2 4 19 20 21 14 12 15 20 10 22 26 0 8 10 6 8 0 7 17 17 18 17 30 24 19

+/-6 -6 +5 -42 +9 +6 +23 -4 +19 -10 +32 +14 -8 -12 +1 -9 -2 +1 +1 -2 +8 -6 +4 -3 -4 +3 -16 -8 -30 -10 -11

W/L W L W L W L W L W L W W W L L W L L L L W W L W W L L L L W L

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2010-11 Game-by-Game Leaders Scoring Taneisha Harrison Jania Sims Shayla Scott Brittaney Thomas* Chelsea Cole Ashlee Anderson Leeza Burdgess Asia Logan

10-11 14 5 4 3 3 1 1 1

Career 28 11 11 6 6 1 1 1

Rebounding Chelsea Cole Shayla Scott Taneisha Harrison Leeza Burdgess Kyra Dunn Jania Sims

10-11 22 9 1 1 1

Career 52 28 3 1 1 1

Assists Jania Sims Shayla Scott Taneisha Harrison Ashlee Anderson Chelsea Cole Asia Logan Yasmin Fuller

10-11 16 10 5 5 1 1 1

Career 65 22 25 5 1 1 1

Steals Taneisha Harrison Chelsea Cole Jania Sims Shayla Scott Marquel Davis Ashlee Anderson Leeza Burdgess Asia Logan Yasmin Fuller Brittaney Thomas

10-11 12 10 8 5 5 4 2 2 2 1

Career 40 29 26 14 5 4 2 2 2 4

Blocked Shots Chelsea Cole Shayla Scott Leeza Burdgess Taneisha Harrison Kyra Dunn Jania Sims Marquel Davis

10-11 18 11 2 1 3 2 2

Career 48 29 2 8 3 8 2

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Double-Figure Scoring Taneisha Harrison Chelsea Cole Jania Sims Shayla Scott Brittaney Thomas Asia Logan Ashlee Anderson Leeza Burdgess Krya Dunn Yasmin Fuller

10-11 25 19 17 13 5 5 5 3 2 1

Career 63 37 52 45 16 5 5 3 2 1

Double-Digit Rebounding Chelsea Cole Shayla Scott Leeza Burdgess Taneisha Harrison Kyra Dunn Jania Sims

10-11 20 4 2 1 1

Career 43 15 2 1 1 2

Double-Digit Assists Jania Sims

10-11

Career 2

Double-Doubles Chelsea Cole Shayla Scott Taneisha Harrison Leeza Burdgess

10-11 15 2 1 1

Career 25 11 1 1

20-pt scorers Taneisha Harrison Jania Sims Brittaney Thomas Ashlee Anderson Shayla Scott Chelsea Cole

10-11 4 3 1 1 1

Career 13 6 3 1 2 1

30-pt scorers Taneisha Harrison

10-11 1

Career 1

*played ‘09-10 and first five games of this season.

2010-11 LEADS AND DEFICITS

Largest Halftime Lead 36, vs Radford ,11-21 Largest Halftime Lead Blown: 4, at Georgetown (29-25) 3, vs. Texas Tech (38-35) 3, vs. Villanova (25-23) Largest Halftime Deficit: 31 (50-19) vs. Notre Dame, 1-15 15 (45-30) vs. WVU, 2-19 9, twice (vs. DePaul and Duke) Smallest Halftime Lead: 3, vs. Texas Tech, 12-19 Largest Lead: 42, vs Radford, 11-21 Largest Lead Blown: 11, vs. Villanova, 2-28 9, at Georgetown, 2-23 7, at St. Francis (Pa), 12-1 7, vs. DePaul, 12-7 7, vs. Texas Tech, 12-19 7, at Louisville, 1-9 Largest Deficit: 40, vs. Notre Dame 38, vs Duke Largest Deficit Overcome for Win: 11, vs. USF, 2-12 11, vs. Providence, 2-15 4, at West Virginia, 2-5 Pitt Led Wire-To-Wire Radford, 11-21 at Valparaiso, 12-11 vs. UT Arlington, 12-20 Austin Peay, 12-28 at Central Michigan, 12-31 at Seton Hall, 1-12 Cincinnati, 2-1 Miscellaneous Pitt 3-second violations 7 5-second violations 1 lane violations 1 shot clock expired 7 4-point plays jump balls controlled 24 technical fouls 3

Opponents 8 1 2 8 5 4


2010-11 Season Highs & Lows PANTHERS RECORD WHEN ...

PITT Points First Half Points Second Half Points Rebounds Field Goals Made Field Goals Attempted Field Goal Percentage Three Pointers Made Three Pointers Attempted Three Point Percentage Free Throws Made Free Throws Attempted Free Throw Percentage Assists Turnovers Blocked Shots Steals Personal Fouls

High 95 vs UT-Arlington (12/20/10) 51 vs UT-Arlington (12/20/10) 49 WEST VIRGINIA (02/10/11) 58 at Valparaiso (12/11/10) 36 vs UT-Arlington (12/20/10) 36 at Valparaiso (12/11/10) 75 at Valparaiso (12/11/10) ..590 (36-61) vs UT-Arlington (12/20/10) 12 at Central Michigan (12/31/10) 27 DEPAUL (12/07/10) .706 (12-17) at Central Michigan (12/31/10) 28 WEST VIRGINIA (02/19/11) 34 WEST VIRGINIA (02/19/11) .933 (14-15) AUSTIN PEAY (12/28/10) 24 YOUNGSTOWN STATE (11/12/10) 27 at Georgetown (02/23/11) 13 AUSTIN PEAY (12/28/10) 14 MOUNT ST. MARY’S (12/04/10) 24 WEST VIRGINIA (02/19/11) 24 at Syracuse (01/26/11)

Low 42 at Rutgers (02/08/11) 18 at Rutgers (02/08/11) 18 at UConn (01/22/11) 23 DUKE (11/24/10) 15 DEPAUL (12/07/10) 38 vs USF (03/04/11) .250 (15-60) DEPAUL (12/07/10) 0 PROVIDENCE (02/15/11) 5 PROVIDENCE (02/15/11) .000 (0-5) PROVIDENCE (02/15/11) 3 at UConn (01/22/11) 4 at UConn (01/22/11) .444 (8-18) VILLANOVA (02/28/11) 6 twice, last PROVIDENCE (02/15/11) 9 CINCINNATI (02/01/11) 1 three times, last vs Marquette (3/5/11) 1 WEST VIRGINIA (02/19/11) 10 MOUNT ST. MARY’S (12/04/10) 10 VILLANOVA (02/28/11)

High 93 DUKE (11/24/10) 50 NOTRE DAME (01/15/11) 50 DUKE (11/24/10) 51 DEPAUL 12/07/10) 37 DUKE (11/24/10) 75 at Central Michigan (12/31/10) .538 (28-52) at Saint Francis (12/01/10) 13 at Saint Francis (12/01/10) 48 YOUNGSTOWN STATE (11/12/10) .565 (13-23) at Saint Francis (12/01/10) 25 WEST VIRGINIA (02/19/11) 37 WEST VIRGINIA (02/19/11) 1.000 (9-9) VILLANOVA (02/28/11) 22 at Saint Francis (12/01/10) 24 MOUNT ST. MARY’S (12/04/10) 7 three times, last at Syracuse (01/26/11) 17 at Georgetown (02/23/11) 23 twice last, WEST VIRGINIA (02/19/11)

Lows 30 MOUNT ST. MARY’S (12/04/10) 15 RADFORD (11/21/10) 12 MOUNT ST. MARY’S (12/04/10) 28, three times, last vs Marquette (03/05/11) 11 MOUNT ST. MARY’S (12/04/10) 50 MOUNT ST. MARY’S (12/04/10) .220 (11-50) MOUNT ST. MARY’S (12/04/10) 1 RADFORD (11/21/10) 8 at St. John’s (02/26/11) .083 (1-12) RADFORD (11/21/10) 2 MOUNT ST. MARY’S (12/04/10) 6 MOUNT ST. MARY’S (12/04/10) .333 (2-6) MOUNT ST. MARY’S (12/04/10) 6 RADFORD (11/21/10) 8 at Central Michigan (12/31/10) 0 twice, last AUSTIN PEAY (12/28/10) 4 twice, last vs Marquette (03/05/11) 9 LOYOLA (11/28/10)

OPPONENTS Points First Half Points Second Half Points Rebounds Field Goals Made Field Goals Attempted Field Goal Percentage Three Pointers Made Three Pointers Attempted Three Point Percentage Free Throws Made Free Throws Attempted Free Throw Percentage Assists Turnovers Blocked Shots Steals Personal Fouls

at home ....................................................................................... 8-6 on road ........................................................................................ 4-9 at neutral sites ........................................................................ 2-2 games decided by 3 pts or less....................................... 2-1 games decided by 4-5 points ........................................... 1-2 games decided by 5-10 points ........................................ 2-5 games decided by 11-20 points ..................................... 1-7 games decided by 20+ points.......................................... 8-2 overtime/double overtime................................................. 0-1 vs. top 25 teams (AP Poll) ................................................. 1-6 vs. top 25 teams (AP & Coaches Polls) ...................... 1-6 vs. top 10 teams (AP) .......................................................... 0-2 scoring first ............................................................................... 9-7 leading at the half ................................................................ 12-4 tied at the half .......................................................................... 0-0 trailing at the half ................................................................ 2-13 leading with 10:00 remaining ....................................... 12-4 trailing with 10:00 remaining ....................................... 2-14 tied with 10:00 remaining ................................................. 0-1 leading with 5:00 remaining .......................................... 13-2 trailing with 5:00 remaining ........................................... 1-15 tied with 5:00 remaining .................................................... 0-0 Pitt shoots 50% or better ................................................. 6-0 Pitt shoots less than 50% .............................................. 8-17 opponent shoots 50% or better ..................................... 0-4 opponent shoots less than 50% ................................ 14-13 Pitt shoots 40% or better ................................................ 12-7 opponent shoots 40% or better ................................... 0-10 Pitt out-rebounds opponent ........................................... 13-6 opponent posts more rebounds.................................... 1-10 Pitt equals opponent in rebounds .................................. 0-1 Pitt shoots 75% or better from the FT line ............... 7-8 Pitt has more FT attempts ................................................ 9-4 opponent has more FT attempts ................................. 4-13 Pitt equals opponent in FT attempts ............................. 1-0 Pitt shoots 40% or better from ‘3’ ................................. 5-3 opponent shoots 40% or better from ‘3’ ................... 3-5 attempting more 3-pointers than opponent............ 3-13 attempting fewer 3-pointers than opponent ........... 11-3 same number of 3-point field goal attempted ........... 0-1 Pitt has more turnovers than opponent ............... 11-13 Pitt has less turnovers than opponent.......................... 3-3 Pitt and opponent have equal turnovers ..................... 0-1 Pitt has 10 or more steals ................................................ 3-0 Pitt has 9 or fewer steals ............................................ 11-17 Pitt scores more points in the paint than opp ........ 14-4 Pitt scores fewer or equal pts paint than opp ........ 0-13 Pitt scores more 2nd chance points than opp ......... 7-6 Pitt scores less 2nd chance points than opp ......... 5-10 Pitt and opponent are equal in 2nd chance pts........ 2-1 Pitt scores 80 or more ....................................................... 3-0 Pitt scores 70-79 .................................................................. 6-3 Pitt scores 60-69 .................................................................. 5-7 Pitt scores 51-59 .................................................................. 0-3 Pitt scores 50 or below ...................................................... 0-3 opponent scores 80 or more .......................................... 0-4 opponent scores 70-79 ...................................................... 1-6 opponent scores 60-69 ...................................................... 3-5 opponent scores 51-59 ...................................................... 6-2

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Season Box Scores Game 2 Š at Minnesota Nov. 17, 2010 • Williams Arena, Minneapolis, Minn.

Game 1 Š Youngstown St. Nov. 12, 2010 • Petersen Events Center Youngstown State PITT

1st 34 36

2nd 24 42

Final 58 78

Senior Chelsea Cole tallied 15 points and 13 rebounds to help lead Pitt women’s basketball to a 78-58 victory over Youngstown State at the Petersen Evens Center in the season opener for both teams. Cole recorded her seventh double-double in her last eight outings. The contest marked the second-straight year the Panthers held ‘School Day’, opening its doors to middle school children throughout the Pittsburgh area. Senior Brittaney Thomas paced Pitt (1-0) with 18 points while Jania Sims had 16 points, 12 of those coming in second half. Senior Taneisha Harrison chipped in 14 points and six boards. With the victory, Pitt improves to 27-10 all-time in season openers. Cole registered her 11th career double-double and seventh in the last eight games dating back to Villanova on Feb. 17, 2010. YOUNGSTOWN STATE 58 (0-1) tot-fg 3-pt rebounds Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf JONES, Tieara-f 1 8 0 5 1 3 2 1 3 2 BROWN, Brandi-f 7 17 4 7 2 2 4 3 7 4 DIMITROV, Bojana-g 4 11 2 9 4 4 3 8 11 2 MIDDLEBROOKS, Kenya-g 1 8 0 5 1 2 0 5 5 3 JENKINS, Maryum-g 2 6 2 5 0 0 0 1 1 2 GASPAREK, Makala 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 NORTEY, Macey 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 HORNBERGER, Liz 2 5 1 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 THOMPSON, Melissa 2 6 1 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 TOUVELLE, Monica 0 5 0 5 2 2 0 2 2 2 TEAM 2 3 5 Totals 19 71 10 48 10 13 13 24 37 16 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 12-36 33.3% 2nd Half: 7-35 20.0% 1st Half: 6-24 25.0% 2nd Half: 4-24 16.7% 1st Half: 4-4 100% 2nd Half: 6-9 66.7%

1st 34 41

PITT Minnesota

2nd 29 32

Game 3 Š Radford Nov. 21, 2010 • Petersen Events Center

Final 63 73

1st 15 51

Radford PITT

Pitt women’s basketball dropped a 73-63 decision to Minnesota at Williams Arena. The contest was part of the Super Six Series, pitting the teams from the top-six conference against one another. Thomas, who scored 18 of her 24 points in the second half, led the Panthers for the second time in as many games. Senior point guard Jania Sims added 16 points for Pitt. Sims scored Pitt’s first seven points. The guard collected 12 of the team’s first 16 points as her lay-up in the lane tied the score at 16-16 at the 12:08 mark. The Panthers reeled off an 8-2 run to take their largest lead of the game at 24-18. With the score tied at 41-41 in the second half, the Golden Gophers responded with nine-straight points to move ahead, 50-41. It was a lead UM would not relinquish. The Panthers got within seven on two separate occasions, but could not gain ground on the home team.

2nd 31 26

Final 46 77

Pitt posted a 77-46 victory over Radford behind 19 points and 10 rebounds from senior Chelsea Cole. The double-double was the 12th of Cole’s career. Senior Jania Sims added 14 points for the Panthers. Pitt erupted for the game’s first 11 points while forcing four Radford turnovers. The Panthers shot 72 percent (18-of-25) in the first half en route to a 51-15 halftime lead. The 72 percent clip was the best for a Pitt team in a half since Nov. 28, 2003 when Pitt connected on 75 percent (18-of-24/2nd half) of its shots versus Central Connecticut State. Pitt registered season-highs in steals (10) and blocked shots (10). All 12 players on the Panthers roster saw action with 10 accounting for at least two points. RADFORD 46 (1-2)

PITT 63 (1-0) tp 3 20 14 3 6 0 0 5 5 2

a to blk s min 0 2 0 1 31 0 1 1 0 29 1 2 0 1 32 2 3 0 0 28 5 4 0 2 26 0 0 0 0 3 1 3 0 1 14 0 0 0 0 6 0 1 1 0 15 2 1 0 1 16

58 11 17

Game: 26.8% Game: 20.8% Game: 76.9%

2 6 200

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Player

HARRISON, Taneisha-f SCOTT, Shayla-f COLE, Chelsea-c THOMAS, Brittaney-g SIMS, Jania-g DAVIS, Marquel ANDERSON, Ashlee BURDGESS, Leeza FULLER, Yasmin TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

tot-fg fg fga

3-pt fg fga

ft fta

5 18 2 8 0 5 9 18 7 12 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 3

2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

0 3 0 5 1 0 0 0 0

25 66

9 3 0 3 3 0 0 0 2

4 20

rebounds of de tot pf

1 4 0 6 1 0 0 0 0

1 0 4 2 1 0 0 0 1 3 9 12 12

1 6 8 3 3 0 1 0 0 1 23

2 4 6 4 12 4 5 2 4 4 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 4 3520

tp

a to blk

s min

12 7 0 24 16 0 2 0 2

2 1 1 0 3 0 1 0 1

2 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 0

2 1 2 0 6 2 1 1 0

63 9 15

1st Half: 13-37 35.1% 2nd Half: 12-29 41.4% Game: 37.9% 1st Half: 3-13 23.1% 2nd Half: 1-7 14.3% Game: 20.0% 1st Half: 5-6 83.3% 2nd Half: 4-6 66.7% Game: 75.0%

0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0

34 34 37 35 38 1 9 9 3

4 8 200

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tot-fg Player fg fga MCELROY, Brooke-f 5 7 TABB, Sarah-f 1 3 WOOD, Denay-g 1 8 HAMILTON, Victoria-g 0 7 ERWINSPENCER, Da’Nar-g 2 9 HAYES, Ciara 0 5 GORDON, Breshara 4 10 BUCKHANNON, Ashley 1 6 BROCKETT, Katherine 0 3 CROSIER, Kaylyn 0 2 RESKOSKA, Ema 1 2 TEAM Totals.............. 15 62 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 0

1st Half: 6-30 20.0% 1st Half: 0-4 0.0% 1st Half: 3-3 100%

rebounds of de tot pf 1 3 4 2 2 1 3 0 2 2 4 3 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 4 1 2 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 2 7 4 11 1 12 15 16 17 13 30 21 ft fta 3 3 0 0 4 4 0 0 4 4 0 0 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

tp 13 2 6 0 8 0 13 2 0 0 2

a to blk s min 1 2 2 2 24 0 1 0 0 19 2 2 0 1 25 0 0 1 0 13 0 3 0 1 24 1 1 1 1 19 0 4 0 0 29 1 3 1 1 18 0 0 0 0 4 1 2 0 1 10 0 1 1 0 15

46

6 19

2nd Half: 9-32 28.1% Game: 24.2% 2nd Half: 1-8 12.5% Game: 8.3% 2nd Half: 12-13 92.3% Game: 93.8%

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 0

PITT 78 (1-0) tot-fg Player fg fga COLE, Chelsea-f 7 11 SCOTT, Shayla-f 3 9 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 5 11 THOMAS, Brittaney-g 9 17 SIMS, Jania-g 6 11 LOGAN, Asia 0 0 DAVIS, Marquel 0 0 ANDERSON, Ashlee 0 2 DUNN, Kyra 0 1 BURDGESS, Leeza 1 2 FULLER, Yasmin 0 2 TEAM Totals 31 66 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

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

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

rebounds of de tot 3 10 13 4 9 13 1 5 6 0 6 6 2 2 4 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 2 2 3 5 0 1 1

MINNESOTA 73 (2-1) pf 1 4 2 1 4 1 0 2 0 3 1

3 13 13 19 13 41 54 19

tp 15 9 14 18 16 0 0 0 1 4 1

a to blk s min 1 1 1 1 24 8 2 1 0 28 5 2 0 1 37 1 2 0 1 30 8 4 0 1 24 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 10 0 1 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 21 1 1 0 1 16

78 24 19

1st Half: 13-32 40.6% 2nd Half: 18-34 52.9% Game: 47.0% 1st Half: 1-7 14.3% 2nd Half: 2-6 33.3% Game: 23.1% 1st Half: 9-15 60.0% 2nd Half: 4-4 100% Game: 68.4%

Player MASTEY, Brianna-f VOIGT, Jackie-f DOCKERY, Kristen-c ANTOINE, China-g BUFORD, Kiara-g KELLOGG, Kionna COTTON, Leah RICHE, Micaella NOGA, Sari TEAM Totals

tot-fg fg fga 3 5 4 9 3 10 6 9 6 11 0 2 1 2 0 2 0 1 23 51

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

ft fta 4 4 4 6 2 2 0 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 2 2 2 2

7 15 20 26

rebounds of de tot pf 0 7 7 4 2 6 8 3 1 8 9 3 0 3 3 3 1 3 4 1 1 0 1 1 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 2 0 3 1 4 9 32 41 18

tp 10 12 8 18 15 1 5 2 2

a to blk s min 2 3 1 2 28 2 2 0 1 36 3 3 1 0 30 5 0 0 2 33 3 6 0 0 34 0 0 0 0 4 4 4 0 0 19 0 0 1 1 10 1 0 0 1 6

73 20 18

3 7 200

2 5 200

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TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 12-26 46.2% 2nd Half: 11-25 44.0% Game: 45.1% 1st Half: 3-8 37.5% 2nd Half: 4-7 57.1% Game: 46.7% 1st Half: 14-15 93.3% 2nd Half: 6-11 54.5% Game: 76.9%

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

Officials: Joseph Vaszily(R), Kevin Pethtel, Angie Enlund Officials: Joseph Vaszily(R), Kevin Pethtel, Angie Enlund

Pitt held its second annual School Day promotion on Nov. 12.

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Season Box Scores PITT 77 (2-1) tot-fg Player fg fga COLE, Chelsea-f 7 11 SCOTT, Shayla-f 3 9 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 5 11 THOMAS, Brittaney-g 9 17 SIMS, Jania-g 6 11 LOGAN, Asia 0 0 DAVIS, Marquel 0 0 ANDERSON, Ashlee 0 2 DUNN, Kyra 0 1 BURDGESS, Leeza 1 2 FULLER, Yasmin 0 2 TEAM Totals 31 66 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

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

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

rebounds of de tot 3 10 13 4 9 13 1 5 6 0 6 6 2 2 4 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 2 2 3 5 0 1 1

pf 1 4 2 1 4 1 0 2 0 3 1

3 13 13 19 13 41 54 19

1st Half: 12-20 60.0% 2nd Half: 8-22 36.4% 1st Half: 3-7 42.9% 2nd Half: 3-10 30.0% 1st Half: 7-11 63.6% 2nd Half: 2-6 33.3%

tp 15 9 14 18 16 0 0 0 1 4 1

a to blk s min 1 1 1 1 24 8 2 1 0 28 5 2 0 1 37 1 2 0 1 30 8 4 0 1 24 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 10 0 1 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 21 1 1 0 1 16

78 24 19

Game: 47.6% Game: 35.3% Game: 52.9%

2 5 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 4

Game 4 Š Duke Nov. 24, 2010 • Petersen Events Center 1st 43 34

Duke PITT

2nd 50 21

Final 93 55

Senior Taneisha Harrison had a season-high 16 points, but it was not enough to stop No. 6/6 Duke as the Panthers dropped a 93-55 decision. Senior Brittaney Thomas added 12 points and Shayla Scott had 10. The Panthers took their largest lead of the game at 15-12 on a 3-pointer by Sims with 12:12 on the clock. Duke, however, would slowly inch away. With the score tied for the sixth time of the game at 17-17, the Blue Devils compiled an 11-2 run to push ahead 23-19.The Blue Devils started the second period on a 10-4 tear to move ahead, 53-38, at the 16:10 mark. The Panthers missed four of their first five shots of the stanza. Pitt could get no closer than 12 in the final 10 minutes with Duke hitting over 50 percent of its shots in its third-straight game en route to the 93-55 difference. DUKE 93 (5-0) Player CHRISTMAS, Karima-f SCHEER, Kathleen-f THOMAS-Krystal-c WELL, Chloe-g THOMAS, Jasmine-g SELBY, Shay GRAY, Chelsea JACKSON, Richa LISTON, Tricia PETERS, Haley VERNEREY, Allison TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

tot-fg fg fga 5 9 4 9 4 7 1 3 5 9 6 9 2 6 1 4 0 0 5 8 4 8 37 72

3-pt fg fga 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 2 1 4 3 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

7 17 12 16

rebounds of de tot pf 1 3 4 2 4 2 6 3 4 1 5 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 3 3 1 0 2 2 1 3 4 7 2 1 0 1 1 3 2 5 3 1 0 1 2 1 3 4 20 20 40 17

tp 10 10 11 2 16 15 5 3 0 12 9

a to blk s min 4 1 0 2 23} 0 1 1 0 15 0 1 0 1 25 1 1 0 0 8 5 3 0 4 29 2 1 0 4 23 4 1 0 2 19 1 1 0 1 13 2 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 25 0 0 0 2 15

93 19 11

1st Half: 18-37 48.6% 2nd Half: 19-35 54.3% Game: 51.4% 1st Half: 4-11 36.4% 2nd Half: 3-6 50.0% Game: 41.2% 1st Half: 3-3 100% 2nd Half: 9-13 69.2% Game: 75.0%

Five Panthers reached double figures against Loyola, including Shayla Scott (pictured left). Scott was 6-of-6 from the field in the contest. Forward Chelsea Cole (center) led the Big East in double-doubles in 2010-11 with 16. Guard Jania Sims recorded double-figure scoring in four of the team’s first five games, averaging a team third-best 12.3 points at season’s end.

tot-fg 3-pt Player fg fga COLE, Chelsea-f 3 6 SCOTT, Shayla-f 3 7 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 6 10 THOMAS, Brittaney-g 5 11 SIMS, Jania-g 2 5 LOGAN, Asia 0 1 DAVIS, Marquel 1 1 ANDERSON, Ashlee 0 0 DUNN, Kyra 0 0 BURDGESS, Leeza 0 0 FULLER, Yasmin 0 1 TEAM Totals 20 42 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

6 17

9 17

of de tot pf 1 3 4 1 2 4 6 2 0 0 0 1 1 3 4 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 5 3 1 0 1 0 3 3 6 17 23 13

1st Half: 12-20 60.0% 2nd Half: 8-22 36.4% 1st Half: 3-7 42.9% 2nd Half: 3-10 30.0% 1st Half: 7-11 63.6% 2nd Half: 2-6 33.3%

tp 8 10 16 12 7 0 2 0 0 0 0

a to blk s min 0 1 2 2 22 2 4 1 0 34 3 5 0 4 36 3 4 1 0 34 5 5 0 2 34 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 7 0 2 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 19 0 0 0 0 5

55 13 25

Game: 47.6% Game: 35.3% Game: 52.9%

6 8 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 4

1 16 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

Game 5 Š Loyola (Md) Nov. 28, 2010 • Petersen Events Center Loyola (Md.) PITT

PITT 55 (2-2)

rebounds fg fga ft fta 0 0 2 2 3 5 1 2 2 5 2 4 0 3 2 2 1 3 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0

1st 27 39

2nd 18 34

Final 45 73

Five players reached double-figure scoring as the Pitt women’s basketball team rolled to a 73-45 win over Loyola (Md.) at the Petersen Event Center. The Panthers (3-2) were

paced by Shayla Scott with 15 points, who drained all six of her field goal attempts. The senior added four rebounds and three assists. Senior Brittaney Thomas had 15 points while senior Jania Sims added 11. Senior Chelsea Cole collected her third double-double of the season, registering 10 points and 13 rebounds. Senior Taneisha Harrison chipped in 10. Loyola scored the first basket of the second period - a trey from Miriam McKenzie - to trim the lead to nine, but that would be as close as the Greyhounds would come. Pitt reeled off a 32-10 run, including 12-straight, to take its largest lead of the game (71-40) with 2:34 remaining. Loyola would connect on just 5 of 25 field goals over that span. LOYOLA 93 (0-5) Player TOLLEY, Meredith-f

tot-fg fg fga

1 9 SUTHERLAND, Alyssa-f 3 7 SHEAHIN, Katie-g 4 10 MCKENZIE, Miriam-g 4 11 DICLEMENTE, Erica-g 5 12 EXCELLENT, Kathleen 0 0 WALKER, Candice 0 1 BANGAY, Melissa 0 0 SMITH, Julie 0 0 OFFODILE, Nneka 0 4 KRUSEN, Nicole 1 5 HENDERSON, Kiara 0 0 TEAM Totals 18 59 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga

ft fta

1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

8 2 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 5 0

5 23

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

rebounds of de tot pf

2 4 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 4 10 15

6 8 1 5 1 2 3 6 2 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 4 17 32

1st Half: 11-32 34.4% 2nd Half: 7-27 25.9% 1st Half: 3-11 27.3% 2nd Half: 2-12 16.7% 1st Half: 2-3 66.7% 2nd Half: 2-7 28.6%

0 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 9

tp

a to blk

s min

3 8 8 12 11 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

2 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

4 2 4 2 3 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 45 8 21

Game: 30.5% Game: 21.7% Game: 40.0%

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0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

37 29 36 28 35 1 6 1 1 12 13 1

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Season Box Scores PITT 73 (3-2)

SAINT FRANCIS 85 (3-4)

Player CCOLE, Chelsea-f

tot-fg fg fga

5 9 SCOTT, Shayla-f 6 6 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 5 10 THOMAS, Brittaney-g 6 9 SIMS, Jania-g 4 8 LOGAN, Asia 1 1 DAVIS, Marquel 1 3 ANDERSON, Ashlee 3 6 RENAUD, Jessica 0 0 DUNN, Kyra 0 1 BURDGESS, Leeza 1 2 TEAM Totals 32 55

TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga

ft fta

0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

3 7

0 2 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

6 8

rebounds of de tot pf

1 12 13 4 1 3 4 2 0 3 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 3 3 1 1 2 3 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 4 2 1 3 7 29 3616

tp

a to blk

s min

Player

10 15 10 15 11 2 2 6 0 0 2

1 3 3 3 6 1 0 4 0 1 0

0 1 2 1 1 0 2 3 1 0 0

FLEMING, Shené-f SMITH, Allison-g LEACH, Samantha-g LILLEY, Brittany-g DALY, Allison-g GIBBS, Nickia THORN, Sarah PRESCOTT, Najah WILLIAMS, Alexandra TEAM Totals

1 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 0 3 2

2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

26 28 30 24 26 5 11 23 4 12 11

73 22 17 4 11 200

1st Half: 17-30 56.7% 2nd Half: 15-25 60.0% Game: 58.2% 1st Half: 2-5 40.0% 2nd Half: 1-2 50.0% Game: 42.9% 1st Half: 3-4 75.0% 2nd Half: 3-4 75.0% Game: 75.0%

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TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

tot-fg fg fga

3-pt fg fga

ft fta

4 5 5 7 9 18 4 14 6 7 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 5 10 2 5 6 7 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

4 0 6 2 2 0 1 0 1

8 0 7 2 2 0 2 0 4

28 52 13 23 16 25

rebounds of de tot pf

2 4 6 3 2 5 7 1 1 3 4 2 1 3 4 3 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 2 0 3 3 0 3 3 9 25 3414

tp

a to blk

s min

12 10 29 12 20 0 1 0 1

1 4 6 7 2 1 0 0 1

1 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 0

3 1 4 6 1 0 1 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

3 32 36 37 36 2 10 1 9

85 22 17 1 7 200

1st Half: 14-27 51.9% 2nd Half: 14-25 56.0% Game: 53.8% 1st Half: 8-14 57.1% 2nd Half: 5-9 55.6% Game: 56.5% 1st Half: 6-10 60.0% 2nd Half: 10-15 66.7% Game: 64.0%

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 6

Officials: John Orminski, Jerome Davis, Dorothy Jones

Officials: Tina Napier (R), Jesse Dickerson, Angie Enlund

Game 7 Š Mount St. Mary’s Dec. 4, 2010 • Petersen Events Center

Game 6 Š at St. Francis (Pa.) Dec. 1, 2010 • DeGol Arena, Loretto, Pa. 1st 40 42

PITT Saint Francis (PA)

2nd 31 43

Final 71 85

Mount St. Mary’s PITT

Despite five players in double-figures for the second straight game, Pitt women’s basketball could not sustain St. Francis (Pa.) as the Panthers dropped an 85-71 decision. Seniors Shayla Scott and Taneisha Harrison led Pitt scorers with 14 points apiece. SFU scored 15 of its first 17 points from long-range. Daly connected on the squad’s fifth triple in the first 5:20 of play to push the Red Flash to a 17-15 early lead. After a free throw made it a three-point home team edge, the Panthers responded with a furious rally. Pitt scored the game’s next 10-straight points, commenced by two consecutive 3-pointers from Scott. The teams combined to make 16 of 25 (.640) shots in the first eight minutes of the game. SFU roared out of the second half on a 9-0 tear. A lay-in by redshirt freshman Ashlee Anderson cut the deficit to three (53-50). Pitt closed the deficit to three for the second time of the half at 58-55 but could get no closer. PITT 71 (3-3) Player

tot-fg fg fga

COLE, Chelsea-f 3 SCOTT, Shayla-f 5 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 5 THOMAS, Brittaney-g 6 SIMS, Jania-g 4 DAVIS, Marquel 1 ANDERSON, Ashlee 2 DUNN, Kyra 1 BURDGESS, Leeza 0 TEAM Totals 27 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

6 10 14 14 11 1 3 1 1 61

3-pt fg fga

ft fta

0 0 4 6 2 10 1 5 0 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

4 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 0

6 0 4 0 5 0 0 0 0

rebounds of de tot pf

6 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 7 27 10 15 13

4 10 4 4 6 4 3 3 3 1 1 2 3 3 3 1 1 3 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 4 18 3122

tp

a to blk

s min

10 14 14 13 12 2 4 2 0

1 0 0 1 9 2 2 0 0

0 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 0

2 1 3 3 0 2 4 0 1 1 71 15 17

1st Half: 15-28 53.6% 2nd Half: 12-33 36.4% Game: 44.3% 1st Half: 4-11 36.4% 2nd Half: 3-16 18.8% Game: 25.9% 1st Half: 6-10 60.0% 2nd Half: 4-5 80.0% Game: 66.7%

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

32 33 39 17 38 9 17 9 6

1 6 200

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2nd 12 30

Final 30 66

Three players registered double-figures as Pitt defeated Mount St. Mary’s, 66-30, at the Petersen Events Center. Senior Taneisha Harrison had a game-high 13 points for the Panthers (4-3). Freshman Asia Logan had 12 points while redshirt freshman Leeza Burdgess chipped in 10, both career-highs. Senior Shayla Scott collected 12 rebounds, her second double-digit rebounding effort of the season. The 30 points scored by the Mount were the fewest scored by a Pitt opponent since the 1981-82 season. Freshman Marquel Davis sparked Pitt’s stifling defense in the first half, accounting for four of the team’s 10 first half steals. Pitt held the Mount without a field goal for 13:38 of the second half, forcing five turnovers over the span. Mount St. Mary’s missed 19-straight shots before connecting on a 3-pointer at the 6:21 mark. MOUNT ST. MARY’S 30 (1-5) tot-fg Player fg fga DUNN, Mary-f 1 9 KAUFMAN, Jessie-f 2 7 ANDRESSON, Sandra-f 3 7 MANN, Selina-g 2 7 CHRISTIE, Ashley-g 1 9 GROSSETT, Kayla 0 3 GUERRIERO, Kelly 1 4 LONERGAN, Tara 1 4 TEAM Totals 11 50 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% Throw %

3-pt fg fga 0 0 2 5 2 3 2 2 0 5 0 0 0 2 0 0

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

6 17

2

1st Half: 7-24 29.2% 1st Half: 4-10 40.0% 1st Half: 0-2 0.0%

6

rebounds of de tot pf 2 3 5 5 2 3 5 3 0 5 5 0 2 2 4 4 0 3 3 3 0 3 3 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 4 1 6 7 8 27 35 19

2nd Half: 4-26 15.4% 2nd Half: 2-7 28.6% 2nd Half: 2-4 50.0%

tp 2 6 9 7 2 0 2 2

a to blk s min 0 3 0 0 33 0 1 1 0 29 0 5 1 1 35 4 2 0 0 25 4 5 0 4 37 0 3 0 1 13 0 2 0 0 10 1 3 1 0 18

30

9 24

Game: 22.0% Game: 35.3% Game: 33.3%

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PITT 66 (4-3) Player SCOTT, Shayla-f COLE, Chelsea-c HARRISON, Taneisha-g DAVIS, Marquel-g

76

1st 18 36

tot-fg fg fga 3 5 3 6 5 12 4 10

3-pt fg fga 1 3 0 0 1 4 0 0

ft fta 0 0 2 2 2 2 0 0

rebounds of de tot 4 8 12 2 2 4 1 2 3 0 0 0

pf 2 2 0 1

tp 7 8 13 8

a to blk s min 5 0 1 3 23 1 1 0 1 13 0 0 0 2 26 3 1 0 4 25

Asia Logan scored in double figures in three-straight games from Dec. 4 to 11, averaging 12.3 points over the span. Leeza Burdgess had 16 points and 11 rebounds on Dec. 11 at Valparaiso. ANDERSON, Ashlee-g LOGAN, Asia RENAUD, Jessica DUNN, Kyra BURDGESS, Leeza FULLER, Yasmin TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1 4 5 12 0 0 0 2 4 9 0 2 25 62

0 2 0 0 0 0

1 5 0 0 0 1

1 0 0 0 2 5

2 0 0 2 8 6

1 0 0 3 4 0

3 6 0 5 3 1 3 4 14 12 22 15 33

4 0 6 0 0 0 8 3 7 1 1 1 3 48 10

3 12 0 0 10 5

5 0 0 3 2 2

66 21 12

1st Half: 16-39 41.0% 2nd Half: 9-23 39.1% Game: 40.3% 1st Half: 2-6 33.3% 2nd Half: 2-8 25.0% Game: 28.6% 1st Half: 2-3 66.7% 2nd Half: 10-19 52.6% Game: 54.5%

Officials: John Orminski, Jerome Davis, Dorothy Jones

2 0 2 1 3 2

0 0 0 2 1 1

0 0 0 0 3 1

21 21 9 22 22 18

5 14 200

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Season Box Scores Game 9 Š at Valparaiso Dec. 11, 2010 • Athletic Recreation Center, Valparaiso

Game 8 Š DePaul Dec. 7, 2010 • Petersen Events Center 1st 32 23

DePaul PITT

2nd 35 28

Final 67 51

The Pittsburgh women’s basketball team could not overcome a stagnant second half, falling to No. 24 DePaul, 67-51. The contest was the BIG EAST season opener for both teams. The Panthers were paced by senior Jania Sims’ 15 points. Freshman Asia Logan had her second double-figure contest in as many games, tallying 12 points off the bench. Pitt jumped out to a 7-0 lead to start the game, capped by an offensive tip off the glass from senior Taneisha Harrison at the 18:20 mark which forced the Blue Demons to call a timeout. DePaul responded by scoring 13 of the game’s next 15 points and led by nine at the half. The Panthers chipped away at the Blue Demon lead, making it a back-and-forth affair to begin the second period and cut it to six. The Panthers could not make up any ground, failing to convert 10 of their next 11 shots. DePaul, however, connected on seven of its next 12 attempts over the same span – including three 3-pointers. Logan scored 10 of her 12 points in the second half of play to help lead Pitt to the 66-30 victory.

DEPAUL 67 (9-1, 1-0) tot-fg fg fga

Player

HAMPTON, Keisha-f 5 12 CHESTER, Felicia-f 2 7 HARRY, Katherine-f 3 6 MARTIN, Anna-g 2 9 QUIGLEY, Sam-g 6 15 PIKES, Taylor 2 5 THREATT, China 4 8 NAUGHTON, Deirdre 2 3 MULCHRONE, Maureen 0 1 ORTIZ, Deanna 1 3 TEAM Totals 27 69 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga

ft fta

2 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0

3 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

5 0 0 1 7 1 3 2 1 1

7 21

rebounds of de tot pf

4 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

2 3 1 2 1 3 2 0 1 0 5 6 10 20

3 5 2 4 7 5 4 5 2 2 4 2 3 4 2 7 10 3 3 5 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 3 1 2 7 31 5118

tp

a to blk

s min

15 5 7 4 17 4 8 5 0 2

1 0 0 2 9 1 3 1 1 0

1 1 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0

0 2 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 1

67 18 13

1st Half: 13-34 38.2% 2nd Half: 14-35 40.0% Game: 39.1% 1st Half: 2-13 15.4% 2nd Half: 5-8 62.5% Game: 33.3% 1st Half: 4-7 57.1% 2nd Half: 2-3 66.7% Game: 60.0%

1 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

21 34 25 17 30 26 22 8 5 12

7 8 200

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PITT 51 (4-4, 0-1) tot-fg fg fga

3-pt fg fga

ft fta

SCOTT, Shayla-f 1 7 COLE, Chelsea-c 1 8 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 3 17 SIMS, Jania-g 4 11 ANDERSON, Ashlee-g 2 7 LOGAN, Asia 3 9 DAVIS, Marquel 0 0 DUNN, Kyra 0 0 BURDGESS, Leeza 1 1 FULLER, Yasmin 0 0 TEAM Totals 15 60

0 4 0 0 1 10 0 4 1 4 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 3 2 7 0 4 1 0 0 0

Player

2 5 2 9 0 5 2 0 2 0

rebounds of de tot pf

3 8 0 3 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 4 27 17 27 19

1st 43 23

PITT Valparaiso

2 5 0 6 14 2 2 2 2 2 5 1 5 5 0 1 2 1 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 0 0 0 2 4 24 4312

tp

a to blk

s min

2 5 9 15 5 12 1 0 2 0

1 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 0

0 2 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0

51

4 1 1 4 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 6 15

3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

29 27 26 37 28 20 10 6 16 1

5 6 200

2nd 43 28

Final 86 51

PITT 86 (5-4)

TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga 0 0 1 4 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

rebounds of de tot pf 4 7 11 2 3 2 5 1 1 2 3 0 0 1 1 3 3 1 4 1 0 2 2 3 1 3 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 6 3 7 4 11 1 2 1 3 0 2 6 8 1 11 13 18 24 34 58 15 ft fta 2 2 0 0 2 2 2 2 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 4 4 2 2

1st 38 35

PITT Texas Tech

Senior Taneisha Harrison became the 16th player to score 1,000 points in Pittsburgh women’s basketball history and helped lead the Panthers to an 86-51 victory over Valparaiso. Harrison, who scored 12 points, was one of five players in double figures for Pitt (5-4). Redshirt freshman Leeza Burdgess posted her first career double-double, pacing the Panthers with 16 points and 11 rebounds off the bench. Pitt opened the contest by scoring the first eight points. After the Crusaders closed to four, Pitt rallied with six-straight points scored by three different players. The Panthers tallied the next 10 consecutive points, six coming from Burdgess and four from Harrison, to balloon the lead. Pitt continued the offensive surge in the second, commencing the half with a 14-4 spurt. Harrison scored the last six-straight over the run, including the baseline jumper to give the senior her 1,000th career point. tot-fg Player fg fga COLE, Chelsea-f 5 9 SCOTT, Shayla-f 2 9 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 5 12 SIMS, Jania-g 5 10 ANDERSON, Ashlee-g 3 7 LOGAN, Asia 6 8 DAVIS, Marquel 1 3 RENAUD, Jessica 0 1 DUNN, Kyra 3 4 BURDGESS, Leeza 6 9 FULLER, Yasmin 0 3 TEAM Totals. 36 75

Game 10 Š vs. Texas Tech Dec. 19, 2010 • South Point Casino Arena, Las Vegas, Nev.

tp 12 5 12 12 6 13 2 0 6 16 2

a to blk s min 0 1 1 1 19 3 1 0 2 23 4 4 0 2 26 4 3 0 0 20 2 2 0 1 20 1 0 0 0 23 1 1 0 1 21 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 0 15 0 0 2 0 22 0 2 0 0 7

86 15 16

1st Half: 18-38 47.4% 2nd Half: 18-37 48.6% Game: 48.0% 1st Half: 1-8 12.5% 2nd Half: 0-3 0.0% Game: 9.1% 1st Half: 6-7 85.7% 2nd Half: 7-11 63.6% Game: 72.2%

4 7 200

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2nd 27 43

Final 65 78

Senior Jania Sims scored a game-high 26 points, but it was not enough as Pittsburgh dropped a 78-65 decision to Texas Tech in the opening contest of the Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic at South Point Arena. Senior Taneisha Harrison added 17 points for the Panthers. The Panthers jumped out to a 9-6 lead in the early going behind the play of Sims, who scored seven of the team’s first nine points. Pitt would pull ahead by five points on three more occasions over the next four minutes and take its largest lead of the period at 36-30 with 2:08 remaining in the first. Pitt shot 50 percent from both the field (14-28) and from three-point range (3-6) in the first stanza en route to a 38-35 halftime edge. The teams traded baskets on the next five possessions as a four-foot jumper by Sims closed the deficit to 55-54 with 8:25 remaining. Texas Tech controlled the period from that point, rolling out a 13-4 scoring surge. Pitt failed to tally a field goal over a five minute and 43 second span, recording its four points from the free throw line. PITT 65 (5-5) Player HARRISON, Taneisha* SIMS, Jania* COLE, Chelsea* ANDERSON, Ashlee* SCOTT, Shayla* LOGAN, Asia DAVIS, Marquel DUNN, Kyra BURDGESS, Leeza TEAM Totals. TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

tot-fg fg fga 7 15 9 17 1 5 2 6 1 4 1 5 0 0 1 1 1 4 23 57

3-pt fg fga 1 6 2 5 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

ft fta 2 2 6 6 2 2 0 0 1 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 2 2

rebounds of de tot 2 0 2 2 2 4 3 6 9 0 1 1 2 5 7 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 1 4

pf 3 4 4 3 4 0 0 1 4

3 16 16 18 13 17 30 23

1st Half: 14-28 50.0% 2nd Half: 9-29 31.0% 1st Half: 3-6 50.0% 2nd Half: 0-10 0.0% 1st Half: 7-8 87.5% 2nd Half: 9-10 90.0%

tp 17 26 4 4 3 5 0 2 4

a to blk s min 1 6 1 0 34 4 4 0 0 35 0 2 1 1 21 0 3 0 0 26 2 0 1 1 27 1 1 1 0 15 0 1 0 0 8 0 0 1 0 9 2 0 0 1 25

65 10 17

Game: 40.4% Game: 18.8% Game: 88.9%

5 3 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

VALPARAISO 51 (2-7) Player SERARDOT, Tabitha-f LANGE, Gina-f RAY, Rashida-g ADAMS, Betsy-g RICHARDS, Laurag GICK, Skyler LANG, Stefanie THOMAS, Stephanie TIMMERMAN, Ashley HORTON, Liz CALLAWAY, Maegan TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

tot-fg fg fga 5 9 2 6 1 2 2 10 1 6 3 6 2 5 0 4 2 5 0 0 2 8

3-pt fg fga 1 1 0 3 1 1 1 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 0 0 0 1

20 61

5 20

1st Half: 8-28 28.6% 1st Half: 3-10 30.0% 1st Half: 4-10 40.0%

rebounds of de tot pf 0 3 3 1 0 4 4 2 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 2 2 1 3 1 2 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 5 3 8 6 14 11 17 28 15

ft fta 4 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

tp 15 4 3 5 4 6 4 0 6 0 4

a to blk s min 1 2 2 1 30 0 2 0 0 16 0 1 0 0 15 2 3 0 0 30 2 4 0 2 30 6 2 0 1 19 0 1 0 0 14 1 0 0 0 7 1 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 1 13

51 13 15

2nd Half: 12-33 36.4% Game: 32.8% 2nd Half: 2-10 20.0% Game: 25.0% 2nd Half: 2-4 50.0% Game: 42.9%

2 5 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 4

Officials: Barb Smith, Bob Enterline, Kevin Dillard TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 8-31 25.8% 1st Half: 2-14 14.3% 1st Half: 5-8 62.5%

2nd Half: 7-29 24.1% Game: 25.0% 2nd Half: 2-13 15.4% Game: 14.8% 2nd Half: 12-19 63.2% Game: 63.0%

Officials: Bill Titus (R), Bob Trammell, Jennifer Rezac

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 5

Jania Sims had 26 points against Texas Tech on Dec. 19. in the opening game of the Las Vegas Holiday Classic. Chelsea Cole collected 11 points and 13 rebounds in a victory over UT Arlington.

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Season Box Scores TEXAS TECH 78 (10-1) tot-fg Player fg fga BARNCASTLE, Jordan-* 2 12 WICKETT, Teena-* 5 6 MORRIS, Casey-* 5 12 MALLARD, Kierra-* 10 17 SMALLS, Monique-* 0 1 BROWN, Chynna 3 8 ASHTON, Marissa 0 0 HYDE, Christine 2 3 KIMBRO, Lindie 0 0 BOKENKAMP, Mary 1 2 NOBLES, Shauntal 1 2 BAKER, Kelsi 1 2 TEAM Totals 30 65 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga 0 3 0 1 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0

rebounds of de tot pf 3 3 6 0 1 5 6 4 0 3 3 1 5 3 8 3 0 1 1 2 1 5 6 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 2 1 3 1 4 4 3 11 15 21 20 21 41 18 ft fta 0 0 1 3 7 8 0 0 4 6 0 0 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

tp 4 11 18 20 4 7 1 6 0 3 2 2

a to blk s min 0 2 0 0 25 4 5 0 3 28 4 1 0 1 33 2 2 2 2 29 3 1 0 1 27 2 0 0 2 20 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0+ 0 0 0 1 11 0 0 0 0 11 0 3 0 0 6

78 15 15

1st Half: 14-30 46.7% 2nd Half: 16-35 45.7% Game: 46.2% 1st Half: 2-7 28.6% 2nd Half: 1-4 25.0% Game: 27.3% 1st Half: 5-8 62.5% 2nd Half: 10-13 76.9% Game: 71.4%

2 10 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 4

Officials: Denise Brooks, Kyle Bacon, Bill Larance

Game 12 Š Austin Peay Dec. 28, 2010 • Petersen Events Center

Game 11 Š vs. UT Arlington Dec. 20, 2010 • South Point Casino Arena, Las Vegas, Nev. 1st 51 29

Pittsburgh UT Arlington

2nd 44 32

Final 95 61

1st 23 43

Austin Peay PITT

2nd 30 32

Final 53 75

Seven players registered double-figures to lead Pittsburgh to a 95-61 win over UT Arlington at the Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic at South Point Arena. Freshman Asia Logan contributed a game-high 13 points for the Panthers (6-5). Five players - Taneisha Harrison, Jania Sims, Shayla Scott, Leeza Burgess and Chelsea Cole - each had 11 points. Freshman Kyra Dunn was the seventh Panther in double-figures with 10 points. The Panthers, who topped a season-high in points, led wire-to-wire for the third time this season. Cole scored six of the team’s first 14 points to push Pitt to a 14-7 advantage five minutes into the contest. The Mavericks got to within four points (14-10) two possessions later, but could get no closer. Pitt pushed ahead by double-digits to stay with an 8-2 run, capped by a free throw from Dunn to give the Panthers a 22-12 lead. The lead ballooned to its largest (51-29) of the half at intermission following a layup from Scott. The Panthers shot 62.5 percent in the first from three-point range, connecting on 5-of-8 opportunities.

Pitt won its second-straight contest with a 75-53 victory over Austin Peay at the Petersen Events Center. Seniors Chelsea Cole and Shayla Scott led the way, each capturing doubledoubles for the Panthers (7-5). Cole had 13 points and 11 rebounds while Scott posted 12 points and 13 boards. Scott just missed Pitt’s first triple-double since 2002 - adding eight assists to her line score. Senior Taneisha Harrison was the third Panther in double-figures with 13 points. Cole scored on back-to-back possessions to open the contest, helping Pitt jump out to an 8-1 lead. A pair of 3-pointers and a jumper helped the Lady Govs close the gap and pull to a point at 10-9 at the 15:52 mark. The Panthers responded with nine unanswered points, part of a 19-5 run to take a 29-14 lead on consecutive field goals from freshman Kyra Dunn. Sims had five during the spurt, including her sixth 3-pointer in the last three games. Pitt drained 13 of its first 18 shots of the contest, shooting at a 72.2 percent clip over that span.

UT ARLINGTON 61 (3-8)

AUSTIN PEAY 53 (4-9)

Player DENURE, Sabreena-* SIMMONS, Tamara-* MARTIN, Shalyn-* SMITH, Jasmine-* RHYMES, Hailee-* GREEN, MalaikaTAYLOR, LaNell PARKER, Kiara RODRIGUEZ, Michelle NWANGUMA, Desherra TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

tot-fg fg fga 4 8 4 14 1 9 3 7 1 7 1 2 2 4 0 1 0 2 0 4 16 58

3-pt fg fga ft fta 1 2 0 0 4 6 3 4 0 1 3 4 0 0 10 11 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 6

rebounds of de tot pf 2 0 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 5 6 4 6 8 14 4 2 3 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 4 3 4 4 6 14 23 29 18 19 37 17

tp 9 15 5 16 2 2 8 0 0 4

a to blk s min 0 2 0 0 19 3 2 0 2 38 2 2 0 1 25 1 4 0 0 29 1 3 0 1 27 0 1 0 0 6 0 1 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 16 0 3 0 0 29

61

8 18

1st Half: 6-26 23.1% 2nd Half: 10-32 31.3% Game: 27.6% 1st Half: 3-6 50.0% 2nd Half: 3-8 37.5% Game: 42.9% 1st Half: 14-18 77.8% 2nd Half: 9-11 81.8% Game: 79.3%

tot-fg Player fg fga BUSSABARGER, Meghan-f 5 15 RAYNER, Jasmine-c 5 13 WARNER, Darcie-g 1 2 OLSZEWSKI, Nicole-g 2 11 FAULKNER, Brooke-g 3 11 HANLEY, Whitney 3 14 TALLEY, Nikki 0 0 THOMAS, Dalila 1 4 HILL, Kaitlyn 1 3 TEAM Totals 21 73

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

ft fta 0 0 2 4 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

rebounds of de tot pf 4 3 7 3 5 1 6 3 1 1 2 1 2 3 5 0 1 3 4 1 0 3 3 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 3 0 1 1 0 5 2 7 8 19 18 37 14

tp 13 12 3 5 8 8 0 2 2

8 23

3

53 12

a to blk s min 2 0 0 3 37 1 2 0 0 22 2 2 0 1 20 1 0 0 1 26 4 1 0 2 40 2 2 0 0 34 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 14 0 1 0 0 4 9

0 8 200

0 5 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 0

TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 9-36 25.0% 1st Half: 4-12 33.3% 1st Half: 1-2 50.0%

2nd Half: 12-37 32.4% Game: 28.8% 2nd Half: 4-11 36.4% Game: 34.8% 2nd Half: 2-6 33.3% Game: 37.5%

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

PITT 75 (6-5) PITT 95 (6-5) Player HARRISON, Taneisha* SIMS, Jania* COLE, Chelsea* ANDERSON, Ashlee* SCOTT, Shayla* LOGAN, Asia DAVIS, Marquel RENAUD, Jessica DUNN, Kyra BURDGESS, Leeza FULLER, Yasmin TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

The Panthers drained 12 three-pointers at Central Michigan on Dec. 31, including a 4-of-4 showing from senior Shayla Scott (pictured left). Freshman Marquel Davis earned a starting nod in three games in 2010-11 which included the Jan. 15 game against Notre Dame at the Petersen Events Center.

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tot-fg fg fga 4 5 4 6 5 9 2 4 4 7 4 7 4 9 0 1 3 4 4 4 2 5 36 61

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

ft fta 3 5 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 4 5 3 5 0 0

8 16 15 22

rebounds of de tot pf 1 4 5 3 0 2 2 1 4 9 13 3 0 2 2 3 1 3 4 2 0 2 2 4 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 1 3 1 4 2 1 4 5 3 0 1 1 0 2 2 13 30 43 23

tp 11 11 11 5 11 13 8 0 10 11 4

a to blk s min 2 0 0 0 16 6 2 0 1 25 1 1 1 0 21 1 0 0 0 12 3 3 1 1 26 2 0 0 0 16 3 4 0 1 26 0 0 0 0 7 2 1 0 0 15 1 1 0 0 18 2 0 0 3 18

95 23 12

1st Half: 18-31 58.1% 2nd Half: 18-30 60.0% Game: 59.0% 1st Half: 5-8 62.5% 2nd Half: 3-8 37.5% Game: 50.0% 1st Half: 10-14 71.4% 2nd Half: 5-8 62.5% Game: 68.2%

Officials: B. Larance, J. Rezac, S. Goode

tot-fg Player fg fga SCOTT, Shayla-f 5 8 COLE, Chelsea-c 5 7 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 4 8 SIMS, Jania-g 4 7 ANDERSON, Ashlee-g 0 3 LOGAN, Asia 1 5 DAVIS, Marquel 3 7 RENAUD, Jessica 0 0 DUNN, Kyra 2 4 BURDGESS, Leeza 3 4 FULLER, Yasmin 2 4 TEAM Totals 29 57

3-pt fg fga 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

rebounds of de tot pf 0 13 13 4 2 9 11 1 1 2 3 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 3 0 1 1 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 5 5 0 2 0 2 4 1 1 2 0 1 2 3 3 11 14 15 10 36 46 12 ft fta 2 2 3 3 5 6 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0

tp 12 13 13 9 2 2 6 0 6 6 6

a to blk s min 8 3 4 0 30 0 1 3 1 23 3 2 2 0 29 4 2 1 1 25 0 1 0 0 14 1 1 0 0 16 1 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 17 1 2 1 0 9 1 0 0 0 15

75 19 13 13 2 200

2 6 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 0

TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 17-29 58.6% 2nd Half: 12-28 42.9% Game: 50.9% 1st Half: 2-6 33.3% 2nd Half: 1-5 20.0% Game: 27.3% 1st Half: 7-7 100% 2nd Half: 7-8 87.5% Game: 93.3%

Officials: Carol Comanita (R), Kevin Pethtel, Angie Enlund

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 1


Season Box Scores Game 13 Š at Central Michigan Dec. 31, 2010 • McGuirk Arena, Mount Pleasant, Mich. PITT Central Michigan

1st 49 34

2nd 45 44

Final 94 78

PITT 94 (7-5)

TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

tp 13 16 25 19 14 0 2 0 0 3 2

a to blk s min 0 3 4 1 25 3 1 1 0 31 3 1 0 1 39 8 3 0 0 31 4 2 0 0 29 0 1 0 0 7 0 2 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 7 0 0 1 1 16 0 0 0 0 9

94 18 14

1st Half: 18-32 56.3% 2nd Half: 16-37 43.2% Game: 49.3% 1st Half: 9-13 69.2% 2nd Half: 3-4 75.0% Game: 70.6% 1st Half: 4-5 80.0% 2nd Half: 10-13 76.9% Game: 77.8%

6 4 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 0

CENTRAL MICHIGAN 78 (8-4)

Player MILLER, Skylar-f SZUNKO, Kaihla-f LONG, Shonda-g DiGUILIO, Niki-g BAKER, Brandie-g OLIVE, Jalisa RAMSEY, Camille JOHNSON, Taylor TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

tot-fg fg fga 2 6 8 11 6 18 2 8 2 13 2 5 0 1 3 13 25 75

3-pt fg fga 0 0 0 0 3 13 0 3 1 3 1 3 0 0 0 2

rebounds of de tot pf 1 3 4 3 3 4 7 4 3 1 4 1 1 1 2 2 5 5 10 2 0 3 3 0 1 0 1 1 5 2 7 3 2 3 5 5 24 23 30 21 22 43 16 ft fta 0 0 4 6 7 9 2 2 6 8 2 2 0 0 2 3

tp 4 20 22 6 11 7 0 8

a to blk s min 2 1 0 2 26 0 1 1 0 29 2 0 0 0 40 1 0 0 0 22 4 3 0 1 40 1 2 0 0 16 1 0 0 0 6 0 1 1 1 21

78 11

1st Half: 10-35 28.6% 2nd Half: 15-40 37.5% Game: 33.3% 1st Half: 3-12 25.0% 2nd Half: 2-12 16.7% Game: 20.8% 1st Half: 11-17 64.7% 2nd Half: 12-13 92.3% Game: 76.7%

Officials: R. Creech, M. Del Duco, T. Hallead

1st 31 32

PITT Duquesne

Pittsburgh women’s basketball set a program record with 12 3-pointers en route to a 94-78 win at Central Michigan at McGuirk Arena. Senior Taneisha Harrison turned in a season-high 25 points as the Panthers captured their third-straight win. Five Pitt players tallied double-digit scoring for the fourth time this year. Senior Jania Sims had 19 points and eight assists, while classmate Shayla Scott closed with 16. Freshman Ashlee Anderson netted 14 points, all in the first half. The first-year player went 4-of-4 from three-point range. Senior Chelsea Cole collected her BIG EAST leading eighth double-double of the year with 13 points and 13 rebounds. The nation’s top offensive team heading into the contest, Pitt held the Chippewas to their third-lowest point total of the season. tot-fg 3-pt rebounds Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf COLE, Chelsea-f 5 14 0 0 3 4 8 5 13 3 SCOTT, Shayla-f 6 10 4 4 0 0 1 5 6 3 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 9 12 2 4 5 6 0 6 6 3 SIMS, Jania-g 6 11 2 3 5 5 0 5 5 3 ANDERSON, Ashlee-g 5 8 4 4 0 0 1 4 5 2 LOGAN, Asia 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 DAVIS, Marquel 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 RENAUD, Jessica 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 DUNN, Kyra 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 BURDGESS, Leeza 1 5 0 0 1 2 2 2 4 1 FULLER, Yasmin 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 TEAM 4 1 5 Totals.............. 34 69 12 17 14 18 16 31 47 19

Game 14 Š at Duquesne Jan, 5, 2011 • A.J. Palumbo Center, Pittsburgh

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2 4 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 4,1

2nd 31 38

Game 15 Š at Louisville Jan. 9, 2011 • KFC Yum! Center, Louisville, Ky.

Final 62 70

Pitt dropped a 70-62 decision to Duquesne at the A.J. Palumbo Center. The contest marked the 29th meeting between the city rivals. Senior Jania Sims scored a game-high 21 points and Taneisha Harrison added 14 for the Panthers (8-6), who saw their threegame win streak come to a halt. Senior Shayla Scott collected 11 points and a team-high nine rebounds. The Panthers allowed the Dukes to score 17 points off their 21 turnovers. Duquesne gained a 47-35 rebounding advantage as Pitt moved to 0-6 on the season when it loses the board war. The teams combined to make 46 visits to the free throw line. PITT 62 (8-6) tot-fg Player fg fga COLE, Chelsea-f 3 8 SCOTT, Shayla-f 3 9 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 5 13 SIMS, Jania-g 7 17 ANDERSON, Ashlee- -g 0 0 LOGAN, Asia 0 3 DAVIS, Marquel 1 2 DUNN, Kyra 2 2 BURDGESS, Leeza 0 0 FULLER, Yasmin 0 0 TEAM Totals 21 54 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

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

ft fta 2 3 3 3 3 5 6 8 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4 8 16 21

rebounds of de tot pf 3 5 8 4 0 9 9 5 0 4 4 2 1 3 4 2 0 1 1 1 0 2 2 3 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 6 29 35 18

tp 8 11 14 21 0 2 2 4 0 0

a to blk s min 0 4 3 0 27 4 2 4 1 32 2 1 1 2 38 4 6 1 0 38 0 3 1 0 17 0 2 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 14 1 1 1 0 17 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 2

62 11 21 12 3 200

1st Half: 10-28 35.7% 2nd Half: 11-26 42.3% Game: 38.9% 1st Half: 1-3 33.3% 2nd Half: 3-5 60.0% Game: 50.0% 1st Half: 10-12 83.3% 2nd Half: 6-9 66.7% Game: 76.2%

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

DUQUESNE 70 (13-2) Player AGUNBIADE, Wumi-f POLLINO, Samantha-f GENSLER, Alex-g FLOYD, Jocelyn-g ABEL, Vanessa-g HALL, Ahjah SZECSI, Orsi BRITCHER, Kelly VENDEMIA, Carly TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

tot-fg fg fga 1 8 4 12 6 13 0 3 4 11 0 0 1 7 4 7 3 5 23 66

3-pt fg fga 0 1 0 0 3 5 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0

rebounds of de tot pf 3 3 6 3 6 4 10 2 0 4 4 2 0 1 1 3 1 5 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 4 0 1 1 2 2 5 7 3 5 3 8 4 12 20 25 17 30 47 20 ft fta 3 4 6 8 4 4 1 2 3 4 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0

1st 26 32

PITT Louisville

tp 5 14 19 1 11 0 5 9 6

a to blk s min 0 2 0 2 17 1 2 0 1 31 2 3 0 3 38 0 1 1 0 10 4 2 1 4 37 0 0 0 0 2 3 3 0 0 18 2 0 1 2 28 0 2 0 0 19

70 12 15

1st Half: 10-33 30.3% 2nd Half: 13-33 39.4% Game: 34.8% 1st Half: 2-6 33.3% 2nd Half: 2-6 33.3% Game: 33.3% 1st Half: 10-12 83.3% 2nd Half: 10-13 76.9% Game: 80.0%

Officials: Mark Zentz, Dennis DeMayo, Joe Vaszily Technical fouls: PITT-SCOTT, Shayla. Duquesne-BRITCHER, Kelly; TEAM.

3 12 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

2nd 42 47

Final 68 79

Senior Taneisha Harrison had 18 points and classmate Shayla Scott added 17, but it was not enough as the Panthers fell to Louisville, 79-68 at KFC Yum! Center. Scott registered her second double-double of the season, grabbing 11 rebounds. After UofL took a 10-point lead, Pitt erupted on a 10-0 tear over the next four minutes. Two buckets from Marquel Davis sandwiched a layin from Sims and three free throws from Scott to knot the game at 20-20. With a 32-26 lead at intermission, UofL made it a seven-point game to open half. Pitt chipped away at the deficit and tied the contest at 36-36 with 16:14 to play. The Panthers rolled off an 8-2 run to take their largest lead of the game. Cole iced the run with the field goal plus the free throw to give Pitt a 59-52 lead. After Cole knocked in one off the glass for a 64-62 Pitt lead, UofL reserve guard Antonita Slaughter hit two-consecutive 3-pointers on two straight possessions to spot the Cards to a lead they would not relinquish. Scott got the Panthers to a point (67-66) on a jumper from the elbow, but Pitt could get no closer. PITT 68 (8-7, 0-2) tot-fg Player fg fga COLE, Chelsea-f 4 8 ANDERSON, Ashlee-f 0 1 SCOTT, Shayla-f 5 10 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 6 14 SIMS, Jania-g 4 16 LOGAN, Asia 1 5 DAVIS, Marquel 3 5 DUNN, Kyra 0 0 BURDGESS, Leeza 0 0 FULLER, Yasmin 0 1 TEAM Totals 23 60 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

rebounds of de tot pf 4 6 10 3 1 0 1 0 4 7 11 4 2 1 3 4 0 3 3 1 4 0 4 3 3 2 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 7 24 15 22 19 19 38 20

1st Half: 9-27 33.3% 1st Half: 2-11 18.2% 1st Half: 6-10 60.0%

LOUISVILLE 79 (12-5, 3-0) tot-fg Player fg fga REID, Monique-f 9 12 HINES, Keshia-c 4 5 BURKE, Becky-g 2 8 SCHIMMEL, Shoni-g 6 16 GIBBS, Tia-g 4 11 HARPER, Shelby 0 0 VAILS, Sheronne 0 1 SLAUGHTER, Antonita 3 3 TAY, Charmaine 0 0 TAYLOR, Asia 0 0 TEAM Totals 28 56 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga 0 0 0 1 4 7 3 8 0 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

ft fta 1 3 0 0 3 3 3 3 5 6 1 4 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

tp 9 0 17 18 13 3 8 0 0 0

a to blk s min 0 0 1 0 34 1 2 0 0 7 1 1 0 4 39 4 6 0 1 28 7 6 0 0 38 0 0 0 2 12 0 5 0 2 33 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 6 0 1 0 0 2 2 68 13 24 1 9 200

2nd Half: 14-33 42.4% Game: 38.3% 2nd Half: 5-13 38.5% Game: 29.2% 2nd Half: 9-12 75.0% Game: 68.2%

3-pt fg fga ft fta 0 0 11 13 0 0 2 2 1 5 2 2 2 9 1 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0

rebounds of de tot pf 3 2 5 0 2 5 7 4 1 2 3 2 1 2 3 4 0 5 5 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 3 5 2 0 2 2 1 2 0 2 1 1 1 5 19 18 23 12 21 33 18

tp 29 10 7 15 8 0 0 8 2 0

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 4

a to blk s min 2 2 1 3 38 1 3 1 2 23 2 1 0 1 29 7 9 0 2 35 0 2 1 3 37 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 8 0 0 1 1 11 1 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 0 3

79 13 18

1st Half: 13-30 43.3% 2nd Half: 15-26 57.7% Game: 50.0% 1st Half: 2-9 22.2% 2nd Half: 3-10 30.0% Game: 26.3% 1st Half: 4-7 57.1% 2nd Half: 14-16 87.5% Game: 78.3%

4 13 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

Officials: Kathleen Lynch, Ed Sidlasky, Maj Forsberg Technical fouls: PITTSBURGH-None. LOUISVILLE-SCHIMMEL, Shoni.

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Season Box Scores Game 16 Š at Seton Hall Jan. 12, 2011 • Walsh Gymnasium, South Orange, N.J. 1st 26 19

PITT Seton Hall

2nd 38 39

Final 64 58

PITT 64 (9-7, 1-2) tot-fg fg fga 4 8 1 7 8 16 0 2 5 11 0 2 2 7 0 0 1 3 0 3

Player COLE, Chelsea-f SCOTT, Shayla-f HARRISON, Taneisha-g DAVIS, Marquel-g SIMS, Jania-g LOGAN, Asia ANDERSON, Ashlee DUNN, Kyra BURDGESS, Leeza FULLER, Yasmin TEAM Totals 21 59 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

ft fta 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 0 0 2 2 0 0 4 6 0 0

8 21 14 18

rebounds of de tot pf 3 2 5 4 0 11 11 2 4 3 7 3 1 4 5 0 2 5 7 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 2 2 5 7 2 0 0 0 3 3 1 4 16 34 50 20

tp 11 3 19 0 18 0 7 0 6 0

a to blk s min 1 0 1 1 21 5 2 0 0 36 1 5 1 1 36 2 4 0 1 22 4 3 0 0 35 0 0 1 0 5 0 1 0 0 14 0 0 2 0 6 0 0 0 0 16 0 1 0 0 9 2 64 13 18 5 3 200

1st Half: 10-28 35.7% 2nd Half: 11-31 35.5% Game: 35.6% 1st Half: 3-6 50.0% 2nd Half: 5-15 33.3% Game: 38.1% 1st Half: 3-5 60.0% 2nd Half: 11-13 84.6% Game: 77.8%

SETON HALL 58 (7-10, 0-4) tot-fg Player fg fga GREEN, Kandice-f 3 10 ASHMEADE, Tajay-c 0 2 MORRIS, Brittany-g 3 11 SIMMONS, Ka-Deidre-g 2 7 CREW, Jasmine-g 1 10 SWABY, Elaine 2 5 JOSEPH, Kashmere 1 1 JOHNSON, Jazzmine 2 5 GREEN, Terry 1 2 WOOD, Whitney 1 3 TEAM Totals 16 56 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga 0 0 1 5 3 7 0 0 3 5 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1

1st 50 19

Notre Dame PITT

Senior Taneisha Harrison had 19 points, 11 of those in the second half, to lift Pittsburgh to a 64-58 victory over Seton Hall at Walsh Gymnasium. Senior Jania Sims collected 18 points, which included a 3-of-5 performance from 3-point range. Senior Shayla Scott corralled 11 rebounds, her fourth double-digit rebounding effort of the season. Pitt (9-7, 1-2) jumped out to a six-point advantage twice over the first six minutes and increased its lead to double-digits for the first time in the contest at the 11:26 mark. Freshman Leeza Burdgess hit one off of the glass to make it 15-5 Panthers. Pitt went without a field goal over the next five minutes as SHU, who missed 18 of their first 19 shot attempts, closed to within three (16-13) with 6:24 showing. Pitt scored the next 10-straight points, highlighted by a triple from the top of the key from Sims. The Panthers opened the second by stretching their lead to double-digits following a baseline 3-pointer by Harrison to make it 29-19. After Pitt opened another 10-point lead (31-21) on a jumper from Cole, SHU used an 8-1 run to close to 32-29. Harrison answered with a back-door layup off a needle-threading pass from Scott to start a 10-3 surge and once again, increase the lead to double-figures.

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 4

Game 18 Š at Connecticut Jan. 22, 2011 • Gampel Pavilion, Storrs, Conn.

Game 17 Š Notre Dame Jan. 15, 2011 • Petersen Events Center 2nd 32 31

Final 82 50

Pitt could not contain No. 12 Notre Dame, falling 82-50. The Panthers were paced by senior guard Taneisha Harrison, who had 10 points. Prior to the contest, Harrison was honored for surpassing the 1,000-point mark in her career. The score was tied three times in the first 3:15 of play after a lay-in from senior Jania Sims knotted the contest at 6-6. ND answered with a 14-2 run to pull ahead 20-8 with 11:15 on the clock. Diggins and Deveraux Peters each had six points during the spurt. Pitt cut the deficit to singledigits on a 3-pointer from Shayla Scott on the next possession, but would get no closer the remainder of the game. The Irish closed the half on a 30-6 tear to move to a 50-19 lead at intermission. Pitt’s 19 points were the fewest for a Panthers team since a game at West Virginia (13) on Feb. 13, 2008. After being out-scored in the paint 28-8 in the first half, the Panthers trailed only 12-10 in paint points in the second. The bench also posted 21 of Pitt’s 31 second half points as Pitt could never make up distance on the scoreboard. NOTRE DAME 82 (15-4, 4-0) tot-fg Player fg fga PETERS, Devereaux-f 6 9 BRUSZEWSKI, Becca-f 2 4 DIGGINS, Skylar-g 7 13 NOVOSEL, Natalie-g 4 8 MALLORY, Brittany-g 1 3 BADWAY, Veronica 0 2 ACHONWA, Natalie 2 3 MILLER, Fraderica 2 4 TURNER, Kaila 1 7 McBRIDE, Kayla 3 6 FORR, Mary 2 2 BRAKER, Ariel 0 3 TEAM Totals 30 64 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga 0 0 0 0 2 4 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

rebounds of de tot pf 5 5 10 2 1 3 4 1 1 3 4 3 0 3 3 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 3 2 1 3 1 1 1 2 0 1 4 5 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 3 0 3 2 5 4 11 18 22 17 29 46 14 ft fta 3 3 0 0 4 5 6 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 1 2 0 0

tp 15 4 20 15 2 0 4 4 5 8 5 0

a to blk s min 4 1 2 2 23 1 0 1 1 20 5 4 0 3 28 1 3 0 2 23 1 1 0 1 10 0 0 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 10 0 0 0 3 11 1 1 0 1 21 3 3 0 0 31 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 9 1 82 16 15 3 13 200

1st Half: 19-33 57.6% 2nd Half: 11-31 35.5% Game: 46.9% 1st Half: 2-5 40.0% 2nd Half: 2-6 33.3% Game: 36.4% 1st Half: 10-13 76.9% 2nd Half: 8-9 88.9% Game: 81.8%

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 1

PITT 50 (9-8, 1-3) 3-pt fg fga 0 0 0 0 1 6 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 1

1st Half: 4-28 14.3% 1st Half: 2-8 25.0% 1st Half: 9-14 64.3%

ft fta 4 6 1 4 2 3 3 4 6 6 0 1 3 4 4 4 0 0 0 0

3 15 23 32

rebounds of de tot pf 2 3 5 2 2 1 3 2 0 1 1 1 2 1 3 0 0 1 1 5 1 3 4 0 0 1 1 1 1 3 4 1 0 3 3 1 0 1 1 0 3 4 7 11 22 33 13

tp 10 1 9 8 8 4 5 8 3 2 58

a to blk s min 5 0 1 2 32 0 0 0 0 16 0 1 1 2 21 2 2 0 1 26 1 2 0 2 35 0 0 1 1 13 0 2 1 0 7 0 1 1 0 23 0 1 0 1 15 1 0 0 0 12 1 9 10 5 9 200

2nd Half: 12-28 42.9% Game: 28.6% 2nd Half: 1-7 14.3% Game: 20.0% 2nd Half: 14-18 77.8% Game: 71.9%

Officials: Sue Blauch, Joanne Aldrich, Michael Schmidt

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 4

tot-fg Player fg fga COLE, Chelsea-f 0 3 SCOTT, Shayla-f 1 4 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 3 8 DAVIS, Marquel-g 1 4 SIMS, Jania-g 3 9 LOGAN, Asia 3 5 ANDERSON, Ashlee 3 7 DUNN, Kyra 1 2 BURDGESS, Leeza 1 6 FULLER, Yasmin 0 1 TEAM Totals 16 49 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga 0 0 1 3 2 3 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

1st Half: 7-21 33.3% 1st Half: 2-4 50.0% 1st Half: 3-6 50.0%

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

5 12 13 20

rebounds of de tot pf 0 0 0 2 0 3 3 3 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 3 4 0 3 7 10 1 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 3 2 5 8 20 28 17

tp 3 5 10 2 6 8 8 3 3 2

a to blk s min 0 1 1 1 16 0 3 0 0 31 1 4 0 0 30 0 0 0 1 17 3 6 0 2 24 0 1 0 0 13 1 1 0 0 20 0 2 3 0 17 1 0 2 0 16 2 3 0 0 16

50

8 21

2nd Half: 9-28 32.1% Game: 32.7% 2nd Half: 3-8 37.5% Game: 41.7% 2nd Half: 10-14 71.4% Game: 65.0%

Officials: Wesley Dean (R), Bryan Brunette, Jesse Dickerson

1st 28 34

PITT UConn

6 4 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

2nd 18 32

Final 46 66

Senior Taneisha Harrison had 16 points and classmate Chelsea Cole posted her ninth double-double of the season, but it was not enough as the University of Pittsburgh dropped a 66-46 decision to No. 2/2 Connecticut at Gampel Pavilion. Maya Moore had a game-high 28 points, 20 in the first half, for the Huskies. A baseline three-pointer from the right side by Harrison gave Pitt a 9-6 lead with 15:52 left in the first half. Harrison scored seven of the Panthers first nine points. The Huskies responded by scoring 16 straight points and forcing Pitt to commit four turnovers. The Panthers went without a score for nearly six minutes with Jania Sims breaking the drought with a baseline jumper at the 10:00 minute mark. Pitt scored on consecutive possessions with senior Shayla Scott draining a top of the key triple to pull the Panthers to 22-14. Moore took the team on her back, scoring six of UConn’s next eight points to move the Huskies ahead, 31-19 at the final media timeout of the first period. The Panthers used an 8-0 scoring surge to pull to 32-28. UConn went into the locker room with a 34-28 lead, the fourth closest margin this season for an opponent against the Huskies. Harrison played with four fouls for much of the second half as the Panthers missed seven straight shots before the senior guard ended a five and a half minute scoring drought with a back-door kiss off the glass. That basket closed the gap to 11 (56-45), but Pitt could get no closer the remainder of the game. PITT 46 (9-9, 1-4) tot-fg Player fg fga COLE, Chelsea-f 5 13 SCOTT, Shayla-f 3 8 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 7 15 SIMS, Jania-g 2 10 ANDERSON, Ashlee-g 2 5 LOGAN, Asia 0 1 DAVIS, Marquel 0 1 DUNN, Kyra 0 0 BURDGESS, Leeza 0 1 FULLER, Yasmin 0 1 TEAM Totals 19 55 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

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

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

5 15

3

4

rebounds of de tot pf 4 8 12 4 0 1 1 4 1 2 3 4 0 2 2 2 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 5 5 6 23 29 18

1st Half: 12-26 46.2% 2nd Half: 7-29 24.1% 1st Half: 4-10 40.0% 2nd Half: 1-5 20.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 2nd Half: 3-4 75.0%

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a to blk s min 1 2 4 2 30 1 5 1 3 34 2 3 0 1 30 5 2 0 1 35 3 3 0 0 25 1 0 0 0 15 1 1 0 1 10 0 1 0 0 9 0 1 0 0 7 1 0 0 0 5

46 15 18

Game: 34.5% Game: 33.3% Game: 75.0%

5 8 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 1

UCONN 66 (18-1, 7-0) Player MOORE, Maya-f DOLSON, Stefanie-c HAYES, Tiffany-g HARTLEY, Bria-g FARIS, Kelly-g ENGELN, Lauren JOHNSON, Michala DIXON, Lorin BUCK, Heather TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

tot-fg fg fga 9 21 6 9 3 11 5 12 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 25 58

3-pt fg fga ft fta 0 5 10 11 0 0 0 0 1 5 2 5 1 2 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

rebounds of de tot pf 4 7 11 1 2 4 6 3 3 5 8 3 1 2 3 3 1 4 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 2 4 6 2 13 14 20 13 30 43 11

tp 28 12 9 13 4 0 0 0 0

a to blk s min 4 2 2 2 39 1 2 1 0 26 3 3 1 4 33 4 1 0 1 36 3 2 3 0 36 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 3 1 0 0 20 0 1 0 0 7 1 66 18 14 7 7 200

1st Half: 13-30 43.3% 2nd Half: 12-28 42.9% Game: 43.1% 1st Half: 1-8 12.5% 2nd Half: 1-5 20.0% Game: 15.4% 1st Half: 7-8 87.5% 2nd Half: 7-12 58.3% Game: 70.0%

Officials: Barbara Jo Smith, Joanne Aldrich, Shannon Feck

80

tp 10 8 16 6 5 1 0 0 0 0

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3


Season Box Scores Game 20 Š Marquette Jan. 29, 2011 • Petersen Events Center

Game 19 Š at Syracuse Jan. 26, 2011 • Carrier Dome, Syracuse, N.Y. PITT Syracuse

1st 32 37

2nd 28 32

Final 60 69

Marquette PITT

1st 28 43

2nd 35 32

OT 11 7

Final 74 70

Pitt dropped a physical battle to Syracuse, falling 69-60 at the Carrier Dome. Senior Shayla Scott led all Panthers scorers with 16 points, 12 of those coming in the first half. The Orange (15-4, 3-3) missed 10 of their first 13 field goal opportunities, but trailed by just a point at 7-6 thanks to a pair of trips to the free throw line. The Panthers responded by scoring the game’s next eight straight points to put Pitt ahead, 14-7. Tasha Harris connected on back-to-back 3-pointers for the Orange to take their first lead of the game at 24-22. The teams traded field goals on the next two possessions before SU out-scored Pitt 13-10 the remainder of the period to take a 37-32 advantage into the locker room. Senior Jania Sims drained the first of her two treys on the night to again make it a fourpoint contest at 45-41, but the Panthers would get no closer. The Panthers endured an over five-minute scoring drought as the Orange capitalized, moving ahead by double-digits for the first time in the contest at 54-44 with 9:44 to go. Pitt had more field goals (24) than Syracuse (22) and converted the same number of 3-point buckets (5). The difference in the final tally were free throws which saw the Orange make 20-of-29, while the Panthers converted 7-of-8.

Four players scored in double-figures for the Panthers, but it was not enough as Pitt was downed by Marquette, 74-70, in overtime at the Petersen Events Center. The contest featured 22 lead changes and nine ties. Senior Taneisha Harrison led Pitt (911, 1-6 BIG EAST) with 18 points, including a career-tying best four 3-pointers. Senior Shayla Scott matched a season-high with 17 points while senior Chelsea Cole collected her 10th double-double of the season with 11 points and 14 rebounds. Redshirt freshman Ashlee Anderson chipped in 11 points and classmate Leeza Burdgess had a career-best 13 rebounds in the loss. Three players scored in double-figures for Marquette (17-4, 5-3), led by Tatiyiana McMorris’ 22 points. McMorris banked in the game-tying 3-pointer with 1.3 seconds left in regulation to send the contest into overtime tied at 63-63. The race to the finish in overtime came courtesy of the charity stripe as Anderson connected on the first of two for Pitt to tie the contest for the ninth time at 70-70 with 49.8 seconds showing. Angel Robinson earned a trip to the line, connecting on the second of two to give MU a lead they would not relinquish. With 19.7 seconds left, Pitt turned the ball over on a traveling violation and the Panthers were forced to foul.

PITT 64 (9-10, 1-5) tot-fg Player fg fga COLE, Chelsea-f 4 5 SCOTT, Shayla-f 6 13 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 5 15 SIMS, Jania-g 3 11 ANDERSON, Ashlee-g 2 9 LOGAN, Asia 0 0 DAVIS, Marquel 0 1 DUNN, Kyra 0 0 BURDGESS, Leeza 4 10 FULLER, Yasmin 0 0 TEAM Totals 24 64

MARQUETTE 74 (17-4, 5-3) tot-fg Player fg fga PLOUFFE, Katherine-f 1 1 FIEDOROWICZ, Paige-f 4 8 SIMMONS, Sarina-f 2 7 McMORRIS, Tatiyiana-g 6 16 ROBINSON, Angel-g 7 14 COLLINS, Jasmine 4 10 WEIBEL, Courtney 0 2 MINIX, Gabi 0 1 TEAM Totals 24 59

TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

ft fta 2 2 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0

rebounds of de tot pf 3 3 6 1 2 3 5 3 3 1 4 5 3 1 4 4 1 4 5 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 3 1 4 4 0 1 1 0 4 2 6 8 19 17 36 24

tp 10 16 11 9 5 0 0 0 9 0

5 22

7

60 19 18

a to blk s min 1 2 3 1 20 3 1 3 1 38 4 3 0 1 39 2 4 0 1 37 6 3 0 3 33 0 1 0 1 5 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 4 1 4 1 1 18 0 0 0 0 3

1st Half: 14-36 38.9% 2nd Half: 10-28 35.7% Game: 37.5% 1st Half: 2-12 16.7% 2nd Half: 3-10 30.0% Game: 22.7% 1st Half: 2-2 100% 2nd Half: 5-6 83.3% Game: 87.5%

SYRACUSE 69 (15-4, 3-3) tot-fg Player fg fga ALEXANDER, Kayla-c 4 12 HALL, Elashier-g 5 10 HARRIS, Tasha-g 1 4 MORROW, Erica-g 5 14 HEMINGWAY, Iasia-g 4 11 COFFEY, Rachel 0 0 TAFT, La’Shay 0 0 BERRY, Troya 0 2 LEARY, Shakeya 2 3 TYSON-THOMAS, Carmen 1 7 TEAM Totals 22 63 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga 0 0 0 3 1 8 3 6 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3-pt fg fga 0 0 3 4 1 3 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

ft fta 6 7 3 4 0 0 6 12 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0

5 14 20 29

rebounds of de tot pf 5 3 8 1 4 4 8 2 0 0 0 1 2 4 6 0 2 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 4 8 1 7 4 11 1 4 2 6 28 22 50 11

rebounds of de tot pf 2 1 3 1 1 1 2 4 0 3 3 3 2 1 3 2 2 7 9 3 4 10 14 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 4 9 6 15 20 24 16 27 43 15 ft fta 0 0 7 7 2 2 6 6 3 5 2 4 0 0 0 0

tp 2 15 6 22 19 10 0 0

a to blk s min 0 5 0 0 14 1 3 1 1 42 2 1 0 3 32 6 2 0 1 44 4 2 1 2 45 1 0 0 0 33 1 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 5 1 74 15 14 2 7 225

7 9 200

Taneisha Harrison (pictured left) had 30 points to lead Pitt to an upset win at West Virginia on Feb. 5, ending a 31-game home winning streak. Asia Logan and the Panthers forced Cincinnati to committ 16 turnovers on Feb. 1. TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

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1st Half: 10-28 35.7% 2nd Half: 12-27 44.4% Game: 40.7% 1st Half: 2-8 25.0% 2nd Half: 4-7 57.1% Game: 40.0% 1st Half: 6-6 100% 2nd Half: 7-8 87.5% Game: 83.3%

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

PITT 70 (9-11, 1-6) tot-fg Player fg fga COLE, Chelsea-f 5 10 SCOTT, Shayla-f 5 13 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 7 15 SIMS, Jania-g 4 10 ANDERSON, Ashlee-g 3 12 LOGAN, Asia 1 4 BURDGESS, Leeza 1 8 FULLER, Yasmin 0 1 TEAM Totals 26 73

tp a to blk s min 14 0 2 4 0 32 16 1 1 0 0 35 3 1 2 1 1 26 17 5 3 1 1 39 11 3 2 0 1 28 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0was 0 0 0 4 6 0 3 1 0 8 2 1 2 0 3 26 2 69 11 17 7 6 200

1st Half: 12-38 31.6% 2nd Half: 10-25 40.0% Game: 34.9% 1st Half: 2-6 33.3% 2nd Half: 3-8 37.5% Game: 35.7% 1st Half: 11-15 73.3% 2nd Half: 9-14 64.3% Game: 69.0%

Officials: Mark Zentz, Rachelle Jones, John Orminski

3-pt fg fga 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 10 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 1

TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 5

3-pt fg fga 0 0 3 8 4 8 0 2 2 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 9 25

rebounds of de tot pf 7 7 14 2 2 2 4 3 1 0 1 4 2 1 3 3 2 3 5 4 2 0 2 1 7 6 13 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 9 15 24 20 44 19

ft fta 1 2 4 5 0 0 0 0 3 4 1 2 0 2 0 0

tp 11 17 18 8 11 3 2 0

a to blk s min 3 0 4 1 29 6 2 2 0 42 4 2 0 1 36 1 4 1 0 403 2 0 0 44 0 0 0 0 10 1 0 3 0 19 1 0 0 0 5 2 70 19 12 10 2 225

1st Half: 10-35 28.6% 2nd Half: 14-30 46.7% Game: 35.6% 1st Half: 3-11 27.3% 2nd Half: 4-9 44.4% Game: 36.0% 1st Half: 3-6 50.0% 2nd Half: 5-7 71.4% Game: 60.0%

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

Officials: Ed Sidlasky (R), Kathleen Lynch, Tom Danaher

Head coach Agnus Berenato was part of the post-game interview for the CBS College game versus Providence on Feb. 15.

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Season Box Scores Game 22 Š at West Virginia Feb. 5, 2011 • WVU Coliseum, Morgantown, W.Va.

Game 21 Š Cincinnati Feb. 1, 2011 • Petersen Events Center 1st 19 37

Cincinnati PITT

2nd 29 42

Final 48 79

PITT West Virginia

Senior Jania Sims posted 24 points, including her 1,000th career point, to lift the University of Pittsburgh to a 79-48 victory over Cincinnati at the Petersen Events Center. A 3-pointer by Sims at the 4:27 mark of the second half pushed the senior over the 1,000-point mark (1,002). She reached the mark in 99 career games and became the 17th Pitt player overall, the fifth under head coach Agnus Berenato, and the second during the 2010-11 season to collect the career milestone. Senior Chelsea Cole recorded her 11th doubledouble of the season with a season-high 19 points and 14 rebounds. This marks the third time this season Cole has grabbed 14 rebounds in a single contest and the first time in back-to-back games. Senior Shayla Scott added 15 points for Pitt. Scott was a perfect 3-of-3 from 3-point land. The Panthers committed a season-low nine turnovers. CINCINNATI 48 (8-13, 1-8) tot-fg fg fga 0 5 2 6 2 7 3 10 6 16 1 5 1 3

Player BELLMAN, Shelly-f RANDOLPH, Jeanise-c COOK, Kayla-g ULIS, Shareese-g REAVES, Bjonee-g TURNER, Tiffany BANKS, Lashay TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga 0 3 0 0 1 3 1 6 3 9 0 0 0 0

rebounds of de tot pf 0 0 0 2 0 5 5 5 0 4 4 2 1 2 3 3 2 1 3 3 3 5 8 1 3 1 4 0 4 1 5 5 21 13 21 13 19 32 16

15 52

1st Half: 7-24 29.2% 1st Half: 2-8 25.0% 1st Half: 3-8 37.5%

ft fta 0 0 4 5 0 2 0 0 7 8 1 4 1 2

tp 0 8 5 7 22 3 3

a to blk s min 2 1 0 1 25 0 2 2 0 24 3 3 0 0 38 3 4 0 2 37 1 2 0 1 40 1 1 1 3 26 0 1 0 0 10 2 48 10 16 3 7 200

2nd Half: 8-28 28.6% Game: 28.8% 2nd Half: 3-13 23.1% Game: 23.8% 2nd Half: 10-13 76.9% Game: 61.9%

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 8

PITT 78 (10-11, 2-6) tot-fg fg fga 8 13 5 8 2 12 8 12 0 2 3 8 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

Player COLE, Chelsea-f SCOTT, Shayla-f HARRISON, Taneisha-g SIMS, Jania-g ANDERSON, Ashlee-g LOGAN, Asia DAVIS, Marquel RENAUD, Jessica DUNN, Kyra BURDGESS, Leeza FULLER, Yasmin TEAM Totals 27 61 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga 0 0 3 3 0 5 3 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

ft fta 3 4 2 2 3 3 5 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 4

6 16 19 21

rebounds of de tot pf 7 7 14 2 3 5 8 3 0 1 1 0 0 3 3 1 0 2 2 2 2 0 2 3 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 1 4 2 1 3 1 2 2 15 24 39 20

tp 19 15 7 24 0 6 2 0 0 2 4

a to blk s min 2 0 1 1 29 2 2 2 0 24 3 0 1 0 25 3 1 1 1 29 3 1 0 0 15 0 1 0 1 17 0 0 0 1 17 1 1 0 0 8 0 2 1 0 16 0 1 1 0 8 1 0 0 0 12

79 15

1st Half: 12-29 41.4% 2nd Half: 15-32 46.9% Game: 44.3% 1st Half: 3-8 37.5% 2nd Half: 3-8 37.5% Game: 37.5% 1st Half: 10-10 100% 2nd Half: 9-11 81.8% Game: 90.5%

Officials: Mark Zentz (R), Bill Titus, Kathy Ridilla

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7 4 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

1st 29 20

2nd 31 33

Final 60 53

Taneisha Harrison netted a career-high 30 points as the University of Pittsburgh upset No. 14/15 West Virginia 60-53 at WVU Coliseum. The Panthers ended the Mountaineers 31-game home winning streak, the third-longest in the country. Pitt was the last team to win at the WVU Coliseum, beating WVU 70-62 on Feb. 24, 2009 – one game prior to the streak commencing on Feb. 28. Harrison drained a career-best five 3-pointers and became the first player to score 30-plus points since March 21, 2009 (Shavonte Zellous, 31 points). The Mountaineers took a four-point lead (53-49) with 2:40 to go. Harrison answered again, connecting on a long trey in front of her own bench and Cole scored in the paint as Pitt went ahead, 54-53 with 1:36 to go. WVU turned the ball over on its next possession and the Panthers took advantage. Harrison knocked down her fifth 3-pointer of the game from the far baseline to give Pitt a 57-53 lead with 54 ticks to go. Ashlee Anderson hit three of four from the free throw line in the waning seconds. PITT 60 (11-11, 3-6) tot-fg Player fg fga COLE, Chelsea-f 6 8 SCOTT, Shayla-f 1 6 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 12 16 SIMS, Jania-g 0 4 ANDERSON, Ashlee-g 0 3 DAVIS, Marquel 0 3 DUNN, Kyra 0 0 BURDGESS, Leeza 0 0 FULLER, Yasmin 0 0 TEAM Totals 19 40 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

rebounds of de tot pf 2 5 7 3 2 5 7 3 2 5 7 4 2 2 4 2 1 2 3 1 1 1 2 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 5 11 17 25 11 23 34 18 ft fta 3 5 1 2 1 2 5 6 5 6 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0

3-pt fg fga 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 8 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0

1st Half: 8-23 34.8% 1st Half: 2-5 40.0% 1st Half: 2-2 100%

rebounds of de tot pf 0 0 0 3 2 1 3 4 3 1 4 3 1 1 2 3 4 4 8 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 2 0 0 0 2 2 3 5 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 14 17 20 15 14 29 22 ft fta 0 0 2 2 1 2 2 2 9 10 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 2 0 0

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a to blk s min 2 3 4 0 31 2 4 0 0 38 1 5 0 0 37 2 7 0 1 35 2 1 0 1 22 2 0 0 0 21 0 0 1 0 6 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 5

60 12 20

Kyra Dunn saw 16 minutes of action in a win over USF on Feb. 12, while teammate Ashlee Anderson had 10 points in the same contest.

5 2 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 4

Game 23 Š at Rutgers Feb. 8, 2011 • Louis Brown Athletic Center, Piscataway, N.J. PITT Rutgers

tp 2 13 1 8 21 0 0 3 3 2 0

a to blk s min 0 3 1 1 12 0 1 0 1 15 0 3 2 0 28 3 1 0 3 403 3 0 3 400 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 6 3 0 0 0 34 0 0 0 1 6 0 1 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 6

53 10 14

2nd Half: 8-29 27.6% Game: 30.8% 2nd Half: 2-9 22.2% Game: 28.6% 2nd Half: 15-18 83.3% Game: 85.0%

Officials: Dee Kanter, Rachelle Jones, Jennifer Rezac

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tp 15 3 30 5 5 0 2 0 0

1st Half: 10-24 41.7% 2nd Half: 9-16 56.3% Game: 47.5% 1st Half: 2-8 25.0% 2nd Half: 3-3 100% Game: 45.5% 1st Half: 7-11 63.6% 2nd Half: 10-14 71.4% Game: 68.0%

WEST VIRGINIA 53 (20-4, 6-4) tot-fg Player fg fga CAMPBELL, Korinne-f 1 3 ALI, Madina-f 5 7 BUSSIE, Asya-c 0 6 MILES, Sarah-g 3 11 REPELLA, Liz-g 5 14 PALMER, Taylor 0 0 HAMPTON, Brooke 0 1 HOUSE, Vanessa 1 5 HARLEE, Jessica 1 1 DUNNING, Ayana 0 4 BURTON, Natalie 0 0 TEAM Totals 16 52 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga 0 0 0 4 5 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3 10 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 1

1st 18 25

2nd 24 29

Final 42 54

Senior Chelsea Cole collected her 12th double-double of the season, but it was not enough as the University of Pittsburgh dropped a 54-42 decision at Rutgers at the Louis Brown Athletic Center. Cole tallied 12 points and 10 rebounds while senior Shayla Scott added nine points for the Panthers. A two-point game (6-4) at the 16:18 mark following a field goal from Pitt guard Ashlee Anderson, Rutgers erupted on a 13-2 run to move ahead, 19-6 over the next five minutes. Senior guard Jania Sims ended the over three-minute drought with a 3-pointer from straightaway with 10:22 left in the period. RU pushed ahead by as many as 14 (23-9), but Pitt finshed the half on a 9-2 run to make it a sevenpoint game at the half. The Panthers scored seven-straight, four of those coming from freshman Asia Logan, to close to 35-31. RU guard April Sykes responded with a fall-away 3-pointer and Oliver drained two from the free throw line to give the home team a 42-35 advantage as RU pulled away. PITT 42 (11-12, 3-7) Player COLE, Chelsea-f SCOTT, Shayla-f HARRISON, Taneisha-g SIMS, Jania-g ANDERSON, Ashlee-g LOGAN, Asia DAVIS, Marquel

tot-fg fg fga 5 10 4 12 3 11 2 6 1 3 2 6 0 0

3-pt fg fga 0 0 0 5 1 6 1 4 0 2 0 2 0 0

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

rebounds of de tot 3 7 10 2 3 5 3 3 6 0 3 3 0 3 3 0 2 2 0 0 0

pf 2 3 3 0 2 1 0

tp 12 9 8 7 2 4 0

a to blk s min 0 1 4 0 36 0 4 0 2 37 1 6 0 1 37 2 2 1 0 22 2 2 0 0 14 3 0 0 1 23 0 1 0 0 33


Season Box Scores DUNN, Kyra BURDGESS, Leeza FULLER, Yasmin TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

0 0 0

0 4 1

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0

17 53

2 19

6

1st Half: 7-28 25.0% 1st Half: 1-9 11.1% 1st Half: 3-4 75.0%

0 0 0

0 2 0 2 8 12

0 0 0 3 24

0 0 2 1 0 0 5 36 12

0 0 0

0 0 3

0 0 0

0 0 2 0 0 5 0 0 21

42 11 16

5 4 200

2nd Half: 10-25 40.0% Game: 32.1% 2nd Half: 1-10 10.0% Game: 10.5% 2nd Half: 3-4 75.0% Game: 75.0%

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 1

RUTGERS 54 (13-9, 7-3) Player OLIVER, Monique-f LEE, Chelsey-f RUSHDAN, Khadijah-g WHEELER, Erica-g SYKES, April-g SIMMONS, Daisha HUTCHEN, Briana TUCKER, Jaymee TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

tot-fg fg fga 4 10 0 6 4 8 5 12 5 14 0 1 0 0 0 0 18 51

3-pt fg fga 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 10 3 7 0 0 0 0 0 0

rebounds of de tot pf 1 3 4 4 1 5 6 2 1 9 10 3 1 4 5 2 1 0 1 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 6 7 18 11 13 10 24 34 13 ft fta 4 5 0 0 5 5 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1st Half: 10-28 35.7% 2nd Half: 8-23 34.8% 1st Half: 3-8 37.5% 2nd Half: 4-10 40.0% 1st Half: 2-2 100% 2nd Half: 9-11 81.8%

tp a to blk s min 12 0 3 1 4 33 0 1 2 3 0 39 13 10 3 0 3 39 16 0 3 0 3 39 13 1 2 1 2 36 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 54 12 14 5 12 200

Game: 35.3% Game: 38.9% Game: 84.6%

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 1,1

Totals TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

22 66

7 17 15 17 17 19 36 21

66 14 10

1st Half: 9-31 29.0% 2nd Half: 13-35 37.1% Game: 33.3% 1st Half: 4-9 44.4% 2nd Half: 3-8 37.5% Game: 41.2% 1st Half: 10-12 83.3% 2nd Half: 5-5 100% Game: 88.2%

1 9 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 0

PITT 70 (12-12, 4-7) tot-fg Player fg fga COLE, Chelsea-f 5 10 SCOTT, Shayla-f 1 4 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 9 13 SIMS, Jania-g 4 6 ANDERSON, Ashlee-g 4 7 LOGAN, Asia 0 0 DAVIS, Marquel 0 0 DUNN, Kyra 1 1 BURDGESS, Leeza 0 1 FULLER, Yasmin 0 0 TEAM Totals 24 42 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga 0 0 0 2 2 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ft fta 2 2 0 0 7 11 7 7 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 2

2 8 20 27

rebounds of de tot pf 1 16 17 2 0 4 4 1 0 2 2 3 0 1 1 2 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 3 29 32 14

tp 12 2 27 15 10 0 0 2 0 2

a to blk s min 1 1 4 0 35 1 3 2 1 26 5 3 0 2 39 4 3 0 1 35 2 2 0 0 36 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 2 1 16 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 6

70 14 16

1st Half: 12-22 54.5% 2nd Half: 12-20 60.0% Game: 57.1% 1st Half: 1-4 25.0% 2nd Half: 1-4 25.0% Game: 25.0% 1st Half: 6-8 75.0% 2nd Half: 14-19 73.7% Game: 74.1%

8 6 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

Officials: Bonita Spence (R), Bruce Morris, Kathy Ridilla

The Petersen Events Center welcomed hundreds of local Girl Scouts for ‘Girl Scout Day’ on Jan. 29 versus Marquette.

Officials: Denise Brooks, Kathleen Lynch, Joseph Vaszily

Game 25 Š Providence Feb. 15, 2011 • Petersen Events Center

Game 24 Š USF Feb. 12, 2011 • Petersen Events Center USF PITT

1st 32 31

2nd 34 39

Providence PITT

Final 66 70

Senior Taneisha Harrison led four players in double-figures to lift the University of Pittsburgh to a 70-66 win over the University of South Florida at the Petersen Events Center. Harrison exploded for 27 points and five assists, while senior Jania Sims had 15 points and four dimes. Senior Chelsea Cole racked up her league-leading 13th double-double of the season with 12 points and a season-high 17 rebounds. Pitt went up by one to start the second half on two from the stripe from Sims (33-32), but USF answered by piecing together a 16-4 scoring run to take its largest advantage of the game and go ahead 48-37 with 14:28 remaining. The Panthers tallied eight consecutive points, and closed to a point twice over the next couple of minutes before taking its first lead since the early moments of the second half on a three-point play by Sims to make it 54-52 Panthers with 8:30 to go. Twice over the next three and a half minutes, USF built its lead to three points - lastly at the 5:00 mark on another trip to the free throw line. Pitt countered to turn the tables and take its own three-point lead with 2:44 showing following two from the stripe from Anderson. USF 66 (10-15, 1-10) Player 02 DOOMES-STEPHENS 32 MCDONALD, Akila-c 05 BERNARD, Sasha-g 12 SMITH, Andrell-g 21 SMITH, Andrea-g 01 WYNNE, Jasmine 04 CONNER, Tiffany 11 GRANT, Porche 33 CARN, Daleisha TEAM

tot-fg fg fga 2 11 6 9 2 7 5 11 4 12 0 5 1 2 0 2 2 7

3-pt fg fga 1 3 0 0 0 1 5 8 0 3 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0

ft fta 6 6 3 3 3 4 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

pf 2 3 3 3 4 2 2 1 1

tp 11 15 7 16 10 0 3 0 4

a to blk s min 3 1 0 0 28 1 0 1 1 27 5 2 0 4 32 1 0 0 1 30 1 3 0 3 23 2 1 0 0 9 1 0 0 0 19 0 2 0 0 14 0 1 0 0 18

1st 30 26

2nd 27 34

Final 57 60

PITT 60 (13-12, 5-7)

The University of Pittsburgh erased a double-digit deficit to earn a 60-57 victory over Providence in BIG EAST action at the Petersen Events Center. Senior Taneisha Harrison led all scorers with 20 points, 12 of those in the second half. Senior Chelsea Cole collected her BIG EAST leading 14th double-double of the season with 13 points and 13 rebounds. For the second straight game, the Panthers (13-12, 5-7 BIG EAST) roared back from an 11-point deficit to record the win. Pitt rallied from 11 points down in a 70-66 win over USF on Saturday, Feb. 12. The win is the second straight and the fourth in the past five games for the Panthers. After PC took its second six-point edge of the half at 46-40 with 8:39 to go, Pitt pieced together a 16-2 scoring surge to turn the tables. PC’s final shot of the game from the foul line was blocked by Marquel Davis and fell short of the rim as the ball bounced out-of-bounds and went out off of the Friars. Yasmine Fuller drained two from the free throw line with 5.8 seconds to play to seal the 60-57 victory. PROVIDENCE 57 (11-13, 4-8) tot-fg Player fg fga WRIGHT, Teya-f 5 11 HANKINS, Mi-Khida-f 6 11 ROBERTS, Symone-g 4 13 CROPPER, Alicia-g 0 2 WELLS, Lola-g 2 10 TATE, Miranda 3 9 McCABE, Chandler 0 3 HULL, Trinity 3 7 EDWARDS, Brianna 0 0 TEAM Totals 23 66 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 1 5 1 4 0 2 3 5 0 0 5 21

rebounds of de tot pf 5 4 9 3 2 4 6 5 4 0 4 1 0 0 0 2 3 1 4 4 2 2 4 4 1 2 3 1 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 2 6 12 18 18 36 23

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

tot-fg Player fg fga COLE, Chelsea-f 4 10 SCOTT, Shayla-f 1 3 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 8 18 SIMS, Jania-g 1 3 ANDERSON, Ashlee-g 2 3 DAVIS, Marquel 3 5 DUNN, Kyra 0 0 BURDGESS, Leeza 0 0 FULLER, Yasmin 1 3 TEAM Totals.............. 20 45 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

rebounds of de tot pf 4 9 13 2 1 3 4 0 2 7 9 3 0 3 3 4 1 1 2 2 2 0 2 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 3 4 0 5 20 32 11 28 39 16 ft fta 5 5 0 1 4 7 3 8 3 4 2 4 0 0 0 0 3 3

tp 13 2 20 5 7 8 0 0 5 60

a to blk s min 0 1 2 4 39 0 2 0 0 27 4 7 0 0 40 0 5 0 0 27 0 4 0 0 17 0 0 2 2 21 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 24 1 6 22 4 7 200

1st Half: 8-23 34.8% 2nd Half: 12-22 54.5% Game: 44.4% 1st Half: 0-2 0.0% 2nd Half: 0-3 0.0% Game: 0.0% 1st Half: 10-16 62.5% 2nd Half: 10-16 62.5% Game: 62.5%

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 8

Officials: Bryan Enterline (R), Bill Titus, Tina Napier tp 13 12 8 0 7 8 0 9 0

a to blk s min 0 1 0 2 23 0 3 0 1 28 5 2 2 4 37 1 3 0 0 13 9 3 0 3 32 0 0 0 0 24 1 1 1 0 12 0 1 0 0 24 0 1 0 0 7 1 57 16 16 3 10 200

1st Half: 13-34 38.2% 2nd Half: 10-32 31.3% Game: 34.8% 1st Half: 3-13 23.1% 2nd Half: 2-8 25.0% Game: 23.8% 1st Half: 1-3 33.3% 2nd Half: 5-9 55.6% Game: 50.0%

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

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Season Box Scores double-digits the remainder of the game en route to the 67-57 comeback. Tied at 62-62, the Panthers got consecutive baskets from Sims and Cole to stretch its lead to four. Pitt shot 3-of-4 from the free throw line over the final 11 seconds to seal the victory. Pitt shot 57.1 percent from the field for the contest, including a 60 percent mark in the second half. USF was at a 33.3 percent clip for the contest, but shot 41.2 percent from behind the arc.

Game 26 Š West Virginia Feb. 19, 2011 • Petersen Events Center West Virginia PITT

1st 45 30

2nd 45 49

Final 90 79

PITT 57 (13-14, 5-9)

Senior guard Taneisha Harrison had 28 points, but it was not enough to overcome No. 21/20 West Virginia, 90-79 at the Petersen Events Center. The contest was designated the fourth annual ‘Pink the Petersen,’ raising awareness of the disease breast cancer and recognizing several survivors. Senior Jania Sims scored 11 points for the Panthers (13-13, 5-8 BIG EAST). Redshirt freshman Ashlee Anderson and freshman Yasmin Fuller each added 10 points apiece. Sims tied the contest at 7-7 following a fast-break layup less than four minutes into the contest. WVU responded by putting together an 18-4 scoring run over the next six minutes to take a commanding 25-11 advantage at the 10:08 mark of the first period. The Panthers managed just one field goal and committed four turnovers over that span. The Panthers came out on fire to start the second half with Anderson draining a 3-pointer and Harrison converting a fast-break lay-in off a pass from Anderson to cut the deficit to 10 (45-35) with 18:32 remaining. WVU answered with a 9-4 run to move ahead by 17 (54-37). After Pitt closed to 55-43, the Mountaineers used a 10-1 surge to pull to a 65-44 lead with 11:56 to go. Pitt clawed back, pulling to eight (85-77) with 55 seconds left, but could get no closer.

tot-fg Player fg fga HARRISON, Taneisha-* 5 13 SIMS, Jania-* 3 4 COLE, Chelsea-* 5 5 ANDERSON, Ashlee-* 1 7 SCOTT, Shayla-* 3 7 LOGAN, Asia 0 2 DAVIS, Marquel 1 1 BURDGESS, Leeza 0 0 FULLER, Yasmin 0 0 TEAM Totals 18 39

WEST VIRGINIA 90 (21-6, 7-6) tot-fg Player fg fga CAMPBELL,Korinne-f 1 5 ALI,Madina-f 9 17 BUSSIE,Asya-c 5 6 MILES,Sarah-g 6 14 REPELLA,Liz-g 5 13 PALMER,Taylor 0 0 HAMPTON,Brooke 0 0 HOUSE,Vanessa 3 6 HARLEE,Jessica 0 0 DUNNING,Ayana 1 2 BURTON,Natalie 1 1 TEAM Totals 31 64

GEORGETOWN 67 (21-7, 9-5) tot-fg 3-pt Player fg fga fg fga MAGEE, Tia-* 2 7 0 2 WRIGHT, Rubylee-* 3 7 2 5 MCBRIDE, Tommacina-* 6 12 0 0 RODGERS, Sugar-* 5 17 4 12 MCNUTT, Monica-* 1 8 1 7 WHITE, Andrea 0 0 0 0 WILLIAMS, Morgan 0 0 0 0 REESE, Amanda 0 0 0 0 ROCHE, Alexa 5 7 3 3 MOORE, Vanessa 2 5 0 0 TEAM Totals 24 63 10 29

TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 6 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

ft fta 0 0 3 4 6 9 7 12 4 4 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 2 2 2 0 0

3 13 25 37

rebounds of de tot pf 0 2 2 4 8 5 13 4 2 4 6 3 0 6 6 2 1 3 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 1 3 4 3 0 0 0 0 3 2 5 16 25 41 23

TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

tp 2 21 16 19 15 0 0 11 0 4 2

a to blk s min 2 0 0 2 16 1 3 0 0 28 2 0 1 0 24 9 1 0 1 39 2 1 1 1 39 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 4 1 0 1 30 0 0 0 0 7 1 2 0 1 12 0 0 0 1 3 1 90 21 10 2 7 200

1st Half: 18-35 51.4% 2nd Half: 13-29 44.8% Game: 48.4% 1st Half: 1-6 16.7% 2nd Half: 2-7 28.6% Game: 23.1% 1st Half: 8-9 88.9% 2nd Half: 17-28 60.7% Game: 67.6%

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The Panthers held their annual ‘Pink the Petersen’ contest on Feb. 19 when they hosted rival West VIrginia.

PITT 79 (13-13, 5-8) tot-fg Player fg fga COLE, Chelsea-f 1 4 SCOTT, Shayla-f 2 4 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 7 14 SIMS, Jania-g 4 8 ANDERSON, Ashlee-g 2 7 LOGAN, Asia 1 2 DAVIS, Marquel 3 6 DUNN, Kyra 0 1 FULLER, Yasmin 3 9 TEAM Totals 23 55 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga ft fta 0 0 3 4 0 2 1 2 3 5 11 13 0 1 3 4 1 3 5 6 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 3 3

rebounds of de tot pf 3 3 6 4 1 5 6 4 2 2 4 3 0 1 1 1 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 1 2 1 3 5 1 3 4 2 0 2 2 4 2 2 5 15 28 34 11 23 34 24

tp 5 5 28 11 10 4 6 0 10

79 13 15

1st Half: 8-19 42.1% 2nd Half: 15-36 41.7% Game: 41.8% 1st Half: 1-6 16.7% 2nd Half: 4-9 44.4% Game: 33.3% 1st Half: 13-17 76.5% 2nd Half: 15-17 88.2% Game: 82.4%

Officials: Dennis DeMayo (R), Cameron Inouye, Frank Steratore

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a to blk s min 0 2 1 0 25 2 2 2 0 34 1 2 0 0 38 2 3 0 0 25 3 2 0 0 20 0 0 0 1 7 2 0 0 0 16 1 1 2 0 15 2 3 0 0 20

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Game 27 Š at Georgetown Feb. 23, 2011 • McDonough Arena, Washington, D.C. PITT Georgetown

1st 29 25

2nd 28 42

Final 57 67

The University of Pittsburgh could not sustain a nine-point lead, falling to No. 18/19 Georgetown 67-57 in BIG EAST action at McDonough Arena. Senior Jania Sims led all scorers with 17 points, 11 of those coming from the free throw line. Senior Taneisha Harrison had 16 points and senior Chelsea Cole posted 10 points and 14 rebounds, registering her 15th double-double of the season. The Panthers (13-14, 5-9) fell for just the second time this season when holding the lead at the half. Scott drained two from the free throw line for a 43-39 advantage with 12:29 to play, but Georgetown scored the game’s next six points – capped by its sixth 3-pointer of the night to take its first lead of the game at 45-43. Sims put Pitt back ahead at 47-45 - for the last time - with fourstraight from the free throw line, but the Hoyas responded behind a flurry of 3-pointers. Georgetown, which drained 3-pointers on three-straight possessions, erupted on a 15-2 run to turn the tables and move to a 60-49 lead with 4:28 remaining. They would lead by

TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga ft fta 3 9 3 4 0 1 11 13 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 1 3 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 17 17 21

rebounds of de tot pf 1 4 5 3 0 0 0 3 1 13 14 4 3 0 3 1 0 6 6 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 5 9 27 36 15

tp 16 17 10 3 9 0 2 0 0

a to blk s min 4 7 0 3 40 2 5 0 0 36 0 3 1 2 32 2 1 0 1 29 6 5 1 0 40 0 0 0 0 5 0 2 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 8 0 3 0 0 5

57 14 27

1st Half: 12-20 60.0% 2nd Half: 6-19 31.6% Game: 46.2% 1st Half: 2-6 33.3% 2nd Half: 2-11 18.2% Game: 23.5% 1st Half: 3-5 60.0% 2nd Half: 14-16 87.5% Game: 81.0%

rebounds of de tot pf 2 2 4 0 3 1 4 3 3 1 4 1 3 1 4 3 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 2 2 4 6 3 2 0 2 3 3 2 5 9 20 19 14 33 18

ft fta 3 8 0 1 0 0 2 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3

tp 7 8 12 16 6 0 0 0 13 5

a to blk s min 5 0 0 5 35 3 2 0 0 26 0 2 0 1 24 3 2 0 6 33 4 1 0 0 24 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 4 0 1 0 0 6 1 2 1 4 22 0 1 0 1 25

67 17 12

1st Half: 12-20 60.0% 2nd Half: 6-19 31.6% Game: 46.2% 1st Half: 2-6 33.3% 2nd Half: 2-11 18.2% Game: 23.5% 1st Half: 3-5 60.0% 2nd Half: 14-16 87.5% Game: 81.0%

Officials: Denise Brooks, Bill Titus, Joanne Aldrich

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Season Box Scores TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

Game 28 �� at St. John’s Feb. 26, 2011 • Carnesecca Arena, Queens, N.Y. 1st 2nd Final PITT 24 39 63 St. John’s 28 44 72 Redshirt freshman Ashlee Anderson had a career afternoon with 20 points, but it was not enough as the University of Pittsburgh dropped a 72-63 decision to St. John’s University at Carnesecca Arena. Anderson registered a career-best five 3-pointers, all in the second half. Senior Taneisha Harrison added 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Panthers, who dropped their third straight (13-15, 5-10). Senior Chelsea Cole had 12 rebounds, her 19th double-digit rebounding effort of the season. The Red Storm (20-8, 9-6) were paced by D’Shena Stevens with 15 points and eight rebounds. The Panthers closed to a single point twice in the first two minutes of the second period, but the Red Storm recorded six straight points – four of those on fast break opportunities – to make it 36-29 and force a Pitt timeout. Anderson quieted the Storm by draining a triple from the right side to cut the deficit to four. St. John’s tallied three-consecutive points off of the free throw line to pull to a 39-32 lead, but Harrison answered with a trey from the right baseline to again make it a four-point contest at the 14:48 mark. Pitt could get no closer. Stevens scored inside to make it a six-point home team advantage but the Panthers used the three-ball – this one the second of the period and game from Anderson to make it 41-38 with 13:7 remaining. Four of Pitt’s first five field goals in the second period came from behind the arc, that after the Panthers missed on eight 3-pointers in the first stanza. St. John’s reeled off 14 of the game’s next 19 points, 12 of those coming in the paint.

ST. JOHNS 72 (20-8, 9-4) tot-fg Player fg fga STEVENS, Da’Shena-f 6 12 HART, Centhya-f 5 10 LINDSAY, Sky-g 3 6 MCKENITH, Nadirah-g 1 4 SMITH,Shenneika-g 6 15 BURAKOSKI, Amanda 2 4 BLANDING, Jennifer 3 4 LANGLEY,Keylantra 0 1 MCPHERSON, Eugeneia 2 5 TEAM Totals 28 61 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga 0 0 1 5 2 8 1 2 5 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 9 24

rebounds of de tot pf 4 8 12 2 0 6 6 1 3 7 10 4 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 2 4 6 8 10 13 28 41 19

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

tp 4 9 14 7 20 0 2 0 7 0

a to blk s min 0 3 1 0 31 2 0 1 0 34 5 3 0 1 36 4 5 1 1 30 2 4 0 0 33 0 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 12 1 0 0 0 10

63 14 19

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3-pt fg fga 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 1 2

rebounds of de tot pf 2 6 8 3 3 3 6 2 1 1 2 1 1 5 6 1 1 5 6 3 1 3 4 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 4 4 3 8 13 18 10 29 39 16 ft fta 3 5 3 4 0 0 7 8 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

tp 15 13 6 9 12 6 6 0 5

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a to blk s min 0 5 0 2 33 1 0 0 1 30 1 0 2 1 14 9 1 1 2 31 1 2 0 1 33 2 1 0 0 25 0 0 3 1 9 4 2 0 1 10 1 1 0 1 15

72 19 12

1st Half: 12-34 35.3% 2nd Half: 16-27 59.3% Game: 45.9% 1st Half: 2-7 28.6% 2nd Half: 1-1 100% Game: 37.5% 1st Half: 2-5 40.0% 2nd Half: 11-13 84.6% Game: 72.2%

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Game 29 Š Villanova Feb. 28, 2011 • Petersen Events Center Villanova PITT

1st 22 25

2nd 32 27

Final 54 52

Despite a quick 13-2 start, the Panthers couldn’t hold off a late surge from the Wildcats dropping their final game of the regular season, 54-52. Senior Shayla Scott led all scorers with 20 on the night, seniors Chelsea Cole and Taneisha Harrison added 10 and 11 respectively. Cole also recorded 15 rebounds. Pitt (13-16, 5-11) immediately pushed the pace on Villanova (11-18, 3-13) and it took the Wildcats the entire first half to catch their breath. Pitt jumped to an early 13-2 lead and didn’t allow Villanova another basket until the 11:15 mark in the first half. However, the Panthers were the ones who ended the half cold, not scoring for the final 4:40 of the half. The Wildcats cut the lead down to just three at half time. The second half was led by Villanova sophomore Laura Sweeny, who dropped in 13 of her team high 15 in the second half. The game was tied 52-52 when Devon Cane sunk two free throws to give Villanova the lead with 12.3 seconds remaining. The Panthers had two looks for the tie but failed on both. VILLANOVA 54 (11-18, 3-13) tot-fg Player fg fga KIMMEL, Lindsay-f 3 6 SWIEZYNSKI, Amanda-f 0 1 SCANLON, Heather-c 5 9 CAREY, Jesse-g 1 2 KANE, Devon-g 0 5 JONES, Sarah 1 3 PEARSON, Megan 3 7 SUHEY, Emily 1 5 SWEENEY, Laura 6 13 TEAM Totals.............. 20 51

Head coach Agnus Berenato

2nd Half: 14-30 46.7% Game: 36.5% 2nd Half: 9-16 56.3% Game: 37.5% 2nd Half: 2-4 50.0% Game: 80.0%

Officials: Eric Brewton, Wesley Dean, Amy Bonner

PITT 63 (13-15, 5-10) tot-fg Player fg fga COLE, Chelsea-f 2 6 SCOTT, Shayla-f 2 12 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 5 18 SIMS, Jania-g 3 7 ANDERSON, Ashlee-g 7 14 LOGAN, Asia 0 1 DAVIS, Marquel 1 1 DUNN, Kyra 0 0 BURDGESS, Leeza 3 3 FULLER, Yasmin 0 1 TEAM Totals 23 63

1st Half: 9-33 27.3% 1st Half: 0-8 0.0% 1st Half: 6-6 100%

TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 2 3 1 4 0 1

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

5 15

9

1st Half: 9-26 34.6% 1st Half: 2-8 25.0% 1st Half: 2-2 100%

9

rebounds of de tot pf 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 6 6 3 0 1 1 0 1 4 5 2 0 1 1 2 0 3 3 1 0 5 5 1 0 6 6 3 2 2 4 3 29 32 15

tp 7 0 11 2 4 4 8 3 15

a to blk s min 1 2 1 0 23 1 0 0 0 4 1 2 0 3 32 2 2 0 0 22 2 1 0 0 28 0 0 0 0 17 5 2 0 0 30 0 0 1 0 15 0 1 2 3 29

54 12 10

2nd Half: 11-25 44.0% Game: 39.2% 2nd Half: 3-7 42.9% Game: 33.3% 2nd Half: 7-7 100% Game: 100%

Ashlee Anderson (left) had 20 points at St. John’s on Feb. 26, shooting 5-of-8 from three-point territory. Taneisha Harrison scored 27 points, including draining five 3-pointers in a loss to Marquette in the Big East Championship.

PITT 52 (13-16, 5-11) tot-fg Player fg fga COLE, Chelsea-f 4 12 SCOTT, Shayla-f 7 13 HARRISON, Taneisha-g 5 14 SIMS, Jania-g 1 9 ANDERSON, Ashlee-g 3 4 DAVIS, Marquel 0 3 BURDGESS, Leeza 0 0 FULLER, Yasmin 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 20 55 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

3-pt fg fga 0 0 3 4 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 9

rebounds of de tot pf 4 11 15 3 2 4 6 1 0 1 1 3 0 4 4 1 2 2 4 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 6 8 18 11 28 39 10 ft fta 2 5 3 4 0 1 2 4 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0

tp 10 20 11 4 7 0 0 0

a to blk s min 1 1 1 0 35 5 1 0 0 38 2 4 0 0 39 3 2 1 0 38 1 2 0 0 19 1 1 1 1 23 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 1 2

52 13 11

1st Half: 10-29 34.5% 2nd Half: 10-26 38.5% Game: 36.4% 1st Half: 1-3 33.3% 2nd Half: 3-6 50.0% Game: 44.4% 1st Half: 4-12 33.3% 2nd Half: 4-6 66.7% Game: 44.4%

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DEADBALL REBOUNDS 5

Officials: Mark Zentz (R), Kathleen Lynch, Tom Danaher

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Season Box Scores Game 30 Š vs. USF March 4, 2011 • XL Center, Hartford, Conn. 1st 22 34

USF PITT

2nd 38 29

Game 31 Š vs. Marquette March 5, 2011 • XL Center, Hartford, Conn.

Final 60 63

Senior Jania Sims scored 17 points to lead the Panthers to a 63-60 win over USF at the Big East Championship. Seniors Taneisha Harrison and Chelsea Cole and freshman Leeza Burdgess all dropped in double digit scoring efforts. The Panthers (14-16, 5-8), who led by as many as 14 in the half, held a 34-22 advantage at the half over the Bulls (12-19, 7-6). Shayla Scott hit a jumper to put Pitt up 49-38 with 11:29 remaining in the game that would be the start of a five and a half minute scoring droubt. The Panthers turned the ball over four times in that span and saw the lead shrink to just one, 49-48. USF took the lead at 60-59 with 49.7 seconds remaining, but would see that lead disappear for good just seconds later. Sims found Chelsea Cole after a timeout for two-plus-the-foul with 28.9 seconds remaining. Cole hit the free throw to put Pitt up 62-60. USF missed the next three attempts in trying to gain ground.

TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

tot-fg fg fga 1 3 4 14 1 3 6 14 0 0 1 2 6 13 1 3 0 4 0 0 1 3

3-pt fg fga 0 0 2 7 0 1 5 8 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

21 59

ft fta 0 0 3 4 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

8 20 10 14

1st Half: 8-23 34.8% 1st Half: 2-6 33.3% 1st Half: 4-7 57.1%

ST. JOHNS 72 (20-8, 9-4) tot-fg Player fg fga STEVENS, Da’Shena-f 6 12 HART, Centhya-f 5 10 LINDSAY, Sky-g 3 6 MCKENITH, Nadirah-g 1 4 SMITH,Shenneika-g 6 15 BURAKOSKI, Amanda 2 4 BLANDING, Jennifer 3 4 LANGLEY,Keylantra 0 1 MCPHERSON, Eugeneia 2 5 TEAM Totals 28 61 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

rebounds of de tot pf 0 1 1 4 3 2 5 2 1 0 1 1 3 3 6 2 0 1 1 0 2 1 3 0 0 2 2 4 0 1 1 3 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 2 2 2 4 12 16 28 21

tp 2 13 4 17 0 2 17 3 0 0 2

a to blk s min 0 1 1 0 14 2 2 0 2 36 1 2 0 2 16 3 5 0 3 39 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 12 4 3 0 2 27 1 2 0 5 26 0 1 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 6 0 1 0 0 13

60 11 20

2nd Half: 13-36 36.1% Game: 35.6% 2nd Half: 6-14 42.9% Game: 40.0% 2nd Half: 6-7 85.7% Game: 71.4%

3-pt fg fga 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 1 2

rebounds of de tot pf 2 6 8 3 3 3 6 2 1 1 2 1 1 5 6 1 1 5 6 3 1 3 4 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 4 4 3 8 13 18 10 29 39 16 ft fta 3 5 3 4 0 0 7 8 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

tp 15 13 6 9 12 6 6 0 5

a to blk s min 0 5 0 2 33 1 0 0 1 30 1 0 2 1 14 9 1 1 2 31 1 2 0 1 33 2 1 0 0 25 0 0 3 1 9 4 2 0 1 10 1 1 0 1 15

1st Half: 13-26 50.0% 2nd Half: 8-12 66.7% Game: 55.3% 1st Half: 3-7 42.9% 2nd Half: 1-4 25.0% Game: 36.4% 1st Half: 5-8 62.5% 2nd Half: 12-15 80.0% Game: 73.9%

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Officials: Kathy Lynch, Kathy Lonergan, Kevin Dillard

86

2nd 31 42

Final 61 65

The Panthers could not hold off a second half comeback from the Golden Eagles, falling 6561 to end the year. Senior Taneisha Harrison poured in 27 points and senior Shayla Scott recorded a double-double with 11 points and 13 rebounds for Pitt (14-17,5-9). Marquette (23-7,9-5) scored 12 of the game’s first 14 points to push ahead by double digits with 13:25 remaining in the half. But the Panthers would follow with a 15-0 run of their own, taking the lead 17-14. Pitt pulled to a nine point lead, their largest of the game, just seconds into the second half. Marquette fought back within one with 17:37 to go, but Pitt wouldnt let them have the lead. They pushed the lead to seven, just to see the Golden Eagles fight back yet again to close the Panther lead to 50-49. A three pointer by Harrison was met by a nine point surge from Marquette, as they took the lead 58-53 en route to the victory. PITT 63 ((14-17, 6-12)

USF 60 (12-19, 7-6) Player MCDONALD, Akila-c DOOMES-STEPHENS-g BERNARD, Sasha-g SMITH, Andrell-g SMITH, Andrea-g WYNNE, Jasmine SAUNDERS, Kaneisha CONNER, Tiffany GRANT, Porche EKSTROM, Salla CARN, Daleisha TEAM Totals..............

1st 30 23

PITT Marquette

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Player COLE, Chelsea-f SCOTT, Shayla-f HARRISON, Taneisha-g SIMS, Jania-g 23ANDERSON, Ashlee-g DAVIS, Marquel DUNN, Kyra BURDGESS, Leeza FULLER, Yasmin TEAM Totals.............. TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

tot-fg fg fga 3 8 4 12 10 17 3 11 0 1 2 4 0 0 2 4 0 0

3-pt fg fga 0 0 2 7 5 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

24 57

7 18

6

tp 6 11 27 7 2 4 0 4 0

a to blk s min 0 1 1 0 26 5 4 0 1 40 3 2 0 2 40 2 4 0 1 37 0 2 0 0 17 4 0 0 1 23 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 13 0 0 0 0 3 1 61 14 16 1 6 200

1st Half: 12-28 42.9% 2nd Half: 12-29 41.4% Game: 42.1% 1st Half: 4-6 66.7% 2nd Half: 3-12 25.0% Game: 38.9% 1st Half: 2-3 66.7% 2nd Half: 4-6 66.7% Game: 66.7%

MARQUETTE 65 (23-7, 9-5)) tot-fg Player fg fga PLOUFFE, Katherine-f 3 4 FIEDOROWICZ, Paige-f 5 10 SIMMONS, Sarina-f 3 7 McMORRIS, Tatiyiana-g 4 11 ROBINSON, Angel-g 3 4 COLLINS, Jasmine 4 7 WEIBEL, Courtney 3 6 MINIX, Gabi 0 1 TEAM Totals.............. 25 50 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

rebounds of de tot pf 5 5 10 4 0 13 13 2 0 5 5 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 5 5 9 10 26 36 13

3-pt fg fga 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 7 0 0 0 0 3 6 0 1

ft fta 0 0 4 8 1 1 2 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 2

6 14

9 15

1st Half: 7-22 31.8% 1st Half: 2-8 25.0% 1st Half: 7-9 77.8%

rebounds of de tot pf 0 4 4 1 3 4 7 1 0 7 7 1 0 4 4 3 0 0 0 4 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 24 28 13

tp 6 14 7 13 6 10 9 0

a to blk s min 1 3 1 0 17 3 3 1 0 38 1 2 4 2 35 6 1 0 0 36 3 2 0 2 19 0 1 0 0 24 1 1 0 0 24 1 1 0 0 7

65 16 14

2nd Half: 18-28 64.3% Game: 50.0% 2nd Half: 4-6 66.7% Game: 42.9% 2nd Half: 2-6 33.3% Game: 60.0%

Officials: Denise Brooks, Bill Titus, Luis Gonzalez

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

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Prior to the Villanova contest, Pitt honored its four seniors and one senior manager: Head coach Agnus Berenato is joined by Jania Sims, Shayla Scott, Taneisha Harrison, Chelsea Cole and Mary Jo Winters.


EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED.

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Year-by Year/All-Time Coaching Results

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SEASON 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 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 36 SEASONS

OVERALL 10-6 16-8 19-8 14-14 12-17 21-11 22-7 14-14 17-11 16-12 16-12 11-16 7-21 14-15 11-17 15-14 16-13 11-18 15-12 21-10 17-11 6-24 8-22 6-21 8-19 16-13 9-18 8-19 12-16 6-20 13-15 22-11 24-9 24-11 25-8 16-15 14-17 532-525 (.503)

BIG EAST n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 5-3 6-2 10-6 5-11 1-15 5-11 3-13 6-10 10-6 6-12 10-8 12-6 10-8 3-15 3-15 3-15 3-15 7-9 3-13 3-13 4-12 2-14 5-11 9-7 10-6 10-6 12-4 5-11 5-11 176-288 (.379)

JEAN CONDO

PAT WALLACE

JEAN BALTHASER

1974-75

1975-77

1977-80

JUDY SAURER

KIRK BRUCE

TRACI WAITES

1980-85

1985-98

1998-2003

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS COACH Jean Condo Pat Wallace Jean Balthaser Judy Saurer Kirk Bruce Traci Waites Agnus Berenato

YEARS 1974-75 1975-77 1977-80 1980-85 1985-98 1998-03 2003-Pres.

RECORD 10-6 35-16 47-42 85-56 158-214 53-85 144-106

WINNING % .625 .686 .528 .603 .425 .384 .576


All-Time Roster A Alexander, Autumn Allen, Jessica Anderson, Ashlee Anderson, Rita Andrews, Jamie Arent, Lori Aughburns, Gail

1999-00 2002-05 20091987-90 1974-75 1980-81 1978-82

Dolby, Lori Dorogy, Mary Beth Duck, Sophia (MGR) Dugan, Peggy Dugan, Carol Dunham, Luanne (MGR) Dunn, Kyra Durham, LaTonya

1980-81 1974-75 2000-03 1976-80 1978-82 1974-76 20101995-96

E

Hughes, Brooke Hunter, Tamica Hurt, Connie Hyman, Brooke

2003-06 1996-99 1987-91 1998-99

J Johnson, Lorri Jones, Debbie Joyce, Jenine

1987-91 1974-76 1990-91, ‘92-95

Montesano, Gina Moore, Stacy Morris, Allisha Morris, Nickeia Morton, Carol Miles, Katina Miller, Carolyn Miller, Erin Murray, Debra Myers, Lynn (MGR)

1995-00 2002-04 2001-05 1996-00 1991-95 1993-94 1990-94 1993-95 1977-79 1974-76

B Baker, Diedra Baker, Sandy Balich, Alecia Barkley, Celeste Barr, Pam (MGR) Battistta, Lynn (MGR) Becher, Denise Blanton, LaTonya Bolfert, Tressa Braxton, Ashleigh Brown, Jennifer Brown, Maddy Bruce, Jennifer Burdgess, Leeza Burkholder, Leann Burns, Michael (MGR) Byrd, Shaunda

1987-88 1988-91 1995-99 1999-01 1982-85 1978-79 1987-89 1997-99 1992-96 2006-08 2003-05 2005-06 1981-85 20091986-88 1991-93 1985-89

Effong, Adia (MGR) Earp, Shavon Economos, Stewart (MGR) Edmonds, Lional (MGR) Elder, Dana Evans, Tracy

2006-08 2002-03 1979-80 2004-07 1975-79 1978-79

F Falvey, Susan 1985-89 Fessler, Lisa 1989-93 Fingers, Tiffany 1989-93 Ford, Jenean 2000-01 Fornadel, Julie 1991-93, ’94-96 Fournier, Jackie 2000 Frohnerath, Cindy (MGR) 1974-76 Fry, Robin 1975-79 Fubio, Lisa 1983-85 Fuller, Yasmin 2010-11

C Callan, Julie Campbell, Jackie Christie, Kim (MGR) Cillo, Roberta (MGR) Colabrese, Jill Cole, Chelsea Collins, Stephanie Conway, Jan Cook, Tanisha Cooper, Rita (MGR) Coulter, Bev (MGR) Coyne, Sharon

1983-84 1998-02 1986-87 1982-84 1990-94 2007-11 1981-85 1975-76 1998-99 1987-88 1975-76 1974-75

D Daniels, LaRochelle Davis, Marquel Diehl, Leslie DiGiacomo, Cindy DiVirgilio, Netty DiVirgilio, Netty (MGR)

1981-82 20101975-76 1975-76 1974-75 1975-78

G Gannis, Kim Gannon, Kathy George, Pam Gibbs, Ronda Gilhooley, Ellen Greene, Sharon Greenwalt, Kim (MGR) Griffiths, Cindy Guzman, Jo Jo

1982-86 1979-81 1982-83 1981-83 1981-85 1980-81 1980-82 1982-83 1994-97

H Halesworth, Valerie Harguth, Haley Harrison, Taneisha Histed, Katie Holman, Amy Holmes, Holly Howard, Latia Huemrich, Jonna

1984-87 2001-03 2007-11 2002-05 1985-89 1987-89 1993-98 1990-94

N

K Kally, Kathy (MGR) Kantner, Dee Dee Katkowski, Michelle Kelleher, Jennifer Kincaid, Latoya Klobchar, Mary Ellen Krueger, McKenzie Kosciolek, Ann Marie Koziol, Susan Kunich, Amy

1977-78 1979-80 1996-00 2000-01 2002-04 1974-75 1996-98 1976-77 1980-81 2001-05

L Labach, Nancy Larkin, Bridget Lawrence, LaTonya Leslie, Dan (MGR) Lesnick, Linda Lewis, Debbie Ligo, Sue (MGR) Lim, Karlyle Loeffler, Kit Logan, Asia Long, Tabatha Love, Bettina Love, Lynn

1976-77 2002-05 1996-00 2009-11 1975-78 1977-81 1980-81 2004-08 1975-79 20101985-89 1999-02 1979-83

M Mack, Whitney Maloy, Erin Mankowski, Melissa (MGR) Marano, Angie (MGR) Maser, Joan Matarazzi, Becky Maziarz, Rebecca McCallister, Melanie McConnell, Maureen McElhinny, Jill Miklasevich, Pam

1987-91 1990-94 1989-90 1975-76 1975-77 1976-77 1981-85 1979-81 1989-91 1989-93 1979-83

Nelson, Kellie Novosel, Pam Nwude, Selena

1995-96 1983-87 2006-10

O Ogoke, Sarah Orr, Krystal (MGR)

2008-10 2010-

P Paczkowski, Kathy Paul, Patricia Petho, Stephanie Piper, Laura (MGR) Plake, Jane Plank, Renee (MGR) Polignone, Debbie (MGR) Popovec, Kate

1976-80 1983-87 1992-96 2004-05 1983-87 1974-75 1987-88 2008-10

R Randolph, Wanda Ransom, Turia Raymond, Kim Rehm, Anne Roma, Renee Rodriguez, Rita Ryndycz, Jessica

1976-79 1989-93 1974-78 1978-80 1981-83 1977-79 2000-02

S Sallard, Sophronia Schneider, Margie Scott, Shayla Selwyn, Laine Senkowski, Mimi Senneca, Kelly Shaffer, Carolyn Sheerer, Sally

2007-10 1974-75 2007-11 1999-03 1975-78 1993-97 1980-81 1984-88

Shifren, Sue (MGR) Shingler, Jennifer Sholokhova, Vika Siedel, Geri Sims, Jania Sitlinger, Jill Stewart, Brooke Stewart, Xenia Stripling, Stephanie Stufflet, Sheila Szramowski, Kathy Swain, Robyn

1983-84 1986-90 2004-05 1974-75 2006-11 1985-89 1999-03 2005-09 1977-79 2000-04 1974-76 1999-00

T Tafen, Sylvie Tarasi, Beth Taylor, Cheron Taylor, Danielle Thompson, Melissa Thomas, Brittaney Threatt, Karen Tirik, Kim Toney, Monique Tyner, Jennifer

2005-08 1980-82 2002-06 2003-07 1993-97 2008-10 1986-90 1982-86 1997-01 1983-87

V Vogt, Terri

1975-77

W Walker, Marcedes 2004-08 Warren, Jaime 1994-96 Webb, Kortni 1995-99 Weber, Lisa (MGR) 1990-91 Welsh, Barb 1975-78 Welsh, Penny 1979-81 Whitworth, Nicole 1997-99 Wigham, Kim 1980-81 Williams, Dallas 1999-03 Wilson, Shawnice 2008-10 Winn, Mallorie 2005-06-08 Winters, Mary Jo (MGR) 2008-11 Wittenmyer, Mandy 1999-03 Woods, Farrah 1994-98

Z Zaken, Diane 1974-76, ’76-77, ’78 Zellous, Shavonte 2004-09 Ziemba, Anita 1974-75

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Career Leaders SCORING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

PLAYER Lorri Johnson Jennifer Bruce Shavonte Zellous Debbie Lewis Marcedes Walker Jonna Huemrich Pam Miklasevich Wanda Randolph Taneisha Harrison Laine Selwyn Xenia Stewart Latia Howard Mandy Wittenmyer Brooke Stewart Connie Hurt Jennifer Shingler Jania Sims Shayla Scott Gail Aughburns Sally Sheerer

YEARS 1987-91 1981-85 2005-09 1978-82 2004-08 1990-94 1979-83 1976-79 2007-11 1999-03 2005-09 1994-97 1999-03 1999-03 1987-91 1986-90 2006-11 2007-11 1978-82 1984-88

STEALS POINTS 2,312 2,295 2,251 1,941 1,870 1,807 1,637 1,479 1,372 1,344 1,330 1,155 1,152 1,114 1,103 1,081 1,097 996 971 970

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

ASSISTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

PLAYER Debbie Lewis Kim Tirik Carol Morton Laine Selwyn Jania Sims Jennifer Shingler Xenia Stewart Amy Kunich Kathy Paczkowski Shavonte Zellous Monique Toney Taneisha Harrison Jo Jo Guzman Mallorie Winn Shayla Scott Erin Maloy Jill McElhinny Maureen McConnell Jonna Huemrich LaTonya Blanton

YEARS 1977-81 1982-86 1991-95 1999-03 2006-11 1986-90 2005-09 2001-05 1976-80 2005-09 1997-01 2007-11 1993-97 2005-08 2007-11 1990-94 1989-93 1989-91 1990-94 1997-99

PLAYER Carol Morton Debbie Lewis Laine Selwyn Jonna Huemrich Lorri Johnson Gail Aughburns Jennifer Bruce Kim Tirik Jill McElhinny Xenia Stewart Jennifer Shingler Pam Miklasevich Michelle Katkowski Lisa Fubio Taneshia Harrison Gina Montesano Marcedes Walker Shavonte Zellous Monique Toney Kim Gannis

YEARS 1991-95 1978-82 1999-03 1990-94 1987-91 1978-82 1981-85 1982-86 1989-93 2005-09 1986-90 1979-83 1996-00 1983-85 2007-11 1995-00 2004-08 2005-09 1997-01 1982-86

BLOCKED SHOTS STEALS 290 250 232 224 218 209 203 170 162 159 147 142 141 136 135 132 131 124 122 122

REBOUNDS ASSISTS 638 592 534 530 433 393 392 366 340 337 333 320 256 252 248 241 240 234 227 227

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

PLAYER Marcedes Walker Wanda Randolph Gail Aughburns Chelsea Cole Jennifer Bruce Pam Miklasevich Jonna Huemrich Lorri Johnson Shavonte Zellous Latia Howard Mandy Wittenmyer Nickeia Morris Sally Sheerer Xenia Stewart Connie Hurt Penny Welsh Laine Selwyn Cheron Taylor Jenine Joyce Turia Ransom

YEARS REBOUNDS 2004-08 1,162 1976-79 1,107 1978-82 1,007 2007-11 1,003 1981-85 998 1979-83 968 1990-94 954 1987-91 908 2005-09 753 1994-97 664 1999-03 663 1996-00 636 1984-88 580 2005-09 580 1987-91 551 1979-81 513 1999-03 504 2002-06 470 1990-95 462 1989-93 461

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PLAYER Gail Aughburns Wanda Randolph Jennifer Bruce Nickeia Morris Connie Hurt Chelsea Cole Kim Tirik Jill McElhinny Jennifer Shingler Pam Miklasevich

YEARS 1978-82 1976-79 1981-85 1996-00 1987-91 2007-11 1982-86 1989-93 1986-90 1979-83

BLOCKS 241 211 203 190 189 171 170 162 147 142

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

PLAYER Erin Maloy Taneisha Harrison Mallorie Winn Shayla Scott Monique Toney Haley Harguth Alecia Balic Shavonte Zellous Brooke Stewart Maureen McConnell

YEARS 3-POINTERS 1990-94 166 2007-11 150 2005-08 119 2007-11 118 1997-01 117 2001-03 114 1995-99 113 2005-09 88 2001-03 87 1988-91 87

Lorri Johnson ended her career with 2,312 points in 113 games – a 20.5 points per game average.

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATT. PLAYER 1. Erin Maloy 2. Taneisha Harrison 3. Shayla Scott 4. Mallorie Winn 5. Monique Toney 6. Haley Harguth 7. Brooke Stewart 8. Alecia Balic 9. Amy Kunich 10. Maureen McConnell

YEARS 1990-94 2007-11 2007-11 2005-08 1997-01 2001-03 2001-03 1995-99 2001-05 1988-91

3-PT ATT 497 489 361 350 340 305 289 284 282 272

Shavonte Zellous (2005-09) ranks third all-time in points (2, 295), eighth in 3-pointers, ninth in rebounds, 10th in assists and 18th in steals.

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Career Leaders FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

PLAYER Turia Ransom Dallas Williams Farrah Woods Marcedes Walker Nickeia Morris Mandy Wittenmyer Lorri Johnson Jonna Huemrich Chelsea Cole Wanda Randolph Kim Gannis Latia Howard Debbie Lewis Melissa Thompson Sally Sheerer Kortni Webb

YEARS 1989-93 1999-03 1994-98 2004-08 1996-00 1999-03 1987-91 1990-94 2007-11 1976-79 1982-86 1994-97 1978-82 1993-97 1984-88 1995-99

FGM-FGA 296-513 188-352 161-307 714-1,366 335-647 436-888 876-1,754 776-1,601 334-688 596-1,235 314-656 415-891 821-1,774 325-711 382-859 154-346

PCT. .577 .534 .524 .523 .517 .491 .490 .485 .485 .482 .478 .466 .463 .457 .445 .445

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

(MIN. 150 ATT)

(MIN. 175 FTA)

PLAYER Xenia Stewart Alecia Balich Haley Harguth Lorri Johnson Jessica Allen Katie Histed Jania Sims Shavonte Zellous Mallorie Winn Erin Maloy

YEARS 2005-09 1995-99 2001-03 1987-91 2002-05 2002-05 2006-11 2005-09 2005-08 1990-94

FGM-FGA 73-183 113-284 114-305 109-298 79-217 69-191 81-233 88-254 199-350 166-397

PCT. .399 .398 .374 .365 .364 .360 .348 .346 .340 .334

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15.

PLAYER Stephanie Petho Pam Miklasevich Jania Sims Jennifer Shingler Monique Toney Laine Selwyn Sally Sheerer Lorri Johnson Jill Colabrese Shavonte Zellous Jania Sims Erin Maloy Latoya Kincaid Shayla Scott Turia Ransom

YEARS 1992-96 1979-83 2006-11 1986-90 1997-01 1999-03 1984-88 1987-91 1990-94 2005-09 2006-11 1990-94 2002-04 2007-11 1989-93

FTM-FTA 250-307 303-378 286-364 339-435 168-216 396-514 176-229 451-593 140-185 595-793 252-336 170-230 129-176 166-230 173-242

PCT. .814 .801 .786 .779 .778 .770 .768 .760 .757 .750 .750 .739 .733 .722 .715

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS FIELD GOALS MADE

896

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

1,862

Shavonte Zellous, 2005-09

FREE THROWS MADE

595

Shavonte Zellous, 2005-09

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

793

Shavonte Zellous, 2005-09

CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS MADE 33

Marcedes Walker (2004-08) is the all-time leading rebounder in Pitt history. She is also ranked fourth in field goal percentage and fifth in points.

Erin Maloy (1990-94) holds the Pitt all-time best mark for 3-pointers made and attempted in a career.

Jennifer Bruce, 1981-85

Lorri Johnson, 1990-91

Taneisha Harrison (2007-11) registered 150 three-pointers over her Panthers career which ranks her second all-time.

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Annual Leaders SCORING YEAR 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 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

NAME Mary Ellen Klobchar Debbie Jones Wanda Randolph Wanda Randolph Wanda Randolph Pam Miklasevich Pam Miklasevich Debbie Lewis Jennifer Bruce Jennifer Bruce Jennifer Bruce Kim Gannis Sally Sheerer Lorri Johnson Lorri Johnson Lorri Johnson Lorri Johnson Jonna Huemrich Jonna Huemrich Jonna Huemrich Jenine Joyce/ Stephanie Petho Latia Howard Latia Howard Alecia Balich Nickeia Morris Mandy Wittenmyer Mandy Wittenmyer Laine Selwyn Laine Selwyn Latoya Kincaid Marcedes Walker Marcedes Walker Shavonte Zellous Shavonte Zellous Shavonte Zellous Taneisha Harrison Taneisha Harrison

PTS. 216 334 550 500 429 575 432 464 578 666 681 382 342 422 677 568 645 472 485 560 357 357 409 446 229 354 339 322 394 458 374 347 553 631 619 747 400 479

AVG. 13.5 13.9 21.2 18.5 17.1 18.0 14.9 16.6 20.6 23.8 24.3 14.7 14.3 14.6 24.2 20.3 23.0 16.3 18.0 18.1 12.8 12.8 13.6 14.9 8.5 13.1 12.1 12.4 14.6 16.4 14.4 13.3 16.8 19.1 18.2 22.6 12.9 15.45

REBOUNDS YEAR 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86

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NAME Debbie Jones Debbie Jones Wanda Randolph Wanda Randolph Wanda Randolph Pam Miklasevich Gail Aughburns Gail Aughburns Jennifer Bruce Jennifer Bruce Jennifer Bruce Sally Sheerer

NO. 171 334 402 372 333 391 281 276 268 103 246 151

AVG. 11.4 13.9 15.5 13.8 13.3 12.2 9.4 10.2 9.6 10.3 8.8 6.3

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

Sally Sheerer Sally Sheerer Lorri Johnson Lorri Johnson Lorri Johnson Jonna Huemrich Jonna Huemrich Jonna Huemrich Latia Howard Latia Howard Latia Howard Nickeia Morris Nickeia Morris Mandy Wittenmyer Mandy Wittenmyer Laine Selwyn Laine Selwyn Latoya Kincaid Marcedes Walker Marcedes Walker Marcedes Walker Marcedes Walker Shayla Scott Chelsea Cole Chelsea Cole

198 192 243 228 256 230 233 296 223 218 223 211 222 218 218 158 174 190 236 300 306 320 221 340 318

8.3 6.6 8.7 8.1 9.1 7.9 8.6 9.5 8.0 7.3 7.4 8.4 8.2 7.8 8.4 5.9 6.2 7.3 9.1 9.1 9.6 9.4 6.7 11.3 10.3

BLOCKED SHOTS YEAR 1975-76 1976-77 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

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NAME Debbie Jones Wanda Randolph Wanda Randolph Wanda Randolph Gail Aughburns Gail Aughburns Gail Aughburns Jennifer Bruce Jennifer Bruce Jenny Tyner Tabatha Long Sally Sheerer Connie Hurt Connie Hurt Connie Hurt Connie Hurt Carolyn Miller Jonna Huemrich Jonna Huemrich Latia Howard Latia Howard Nickeia Morris Nickeia Morris Nickeia Morris Nickeia Morris Bettina Love Bettina Love

NO. 13 54 93 64 77 73 56 28 29 39 6 11 26 45 62 54 17 27 27 32 28 25 59 61 45 35 32

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Mandy Wittenmyer Jennifer Brown Jennifer Brown Marcedes Walker Marcedes Walker Chelsea Cole Pepper Wilson Chelsea Cole Chelsea Cole

19 20 24 36 35 38 44 43 56

STEALS YEAR 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 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

NAME Wanda Randolph Debbie Lewis Debbie Lewis Debbie Lewis Jennifer Bruce Lisa Fubio Lisa Fubio Kim Gannis Jane Plake Jen Shingler Lorri Johnson Jonna Huemrich Carol Morton Jill McElhinny Carol Morton Carol Morton Gina Montesano Michelle Katkowski Monique Toney LaTonya Blanton Monique Toney Laine Selwyn Laine Selwyn Laine Selwyn Latoya Kincaid Katie Histed Marcedes Walker Xenia Stewart Taneisha Harrison Xenia Stewart Taneisha Harrison Taneisha Harrison

NO. 37 78 92 63 67 60 76 48 35 30 75 53 61 46 94 99 48 65 32 39 41 53 67 86 31 34 49 51 38 52 38 34

ASSISTS YEAR 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83

NAME Kathy Paczkowski Debbie Lewis Kathy Paczkowski Debbie Lewis Debbie Lewis Debbie Lewis Kim Tirik

NO. 46 108 119 165 150 186 116

Chelsea Cole (2007-11) led the Panthers in single season rebounding in three of her four seasons played.

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

Jennifer Bruce Kim Tirik Kim Tirik Jen Shingler Jen Shingler Jen Shingler Maureen McConnell Maureen McConnell Carol Morton Jonna Huemrich Carol Morton Carol Morton Jo Jo Guzman Jo Jo Guzman Monique Toney LaTonya Blanton Monique Toney Laine Selwyn Laine Selwyn Laine Selwyn Amy Kunich Amy Kunich Mallorie Winn Jania Sims Mallorie Winn Xenia Stewart Jania Sims Jania Sims

103 170 116 81 101 121 139 95 109 68 184 178 109 127 72 161 126 125 158 164 53 119 131 152 121 98 117 115


Single Game Records INDIVIDUAL RECORDS GAME HIGHS

SEASON HIGHS

POINTS

POINTS 45, Lorri Johnson vs. Kent State, 12/18/90

747, Shavonte Zellous, 2008-09

FIELD GOALS MADE 20, Lorri Johnson vs. Kent State, 12/18/90

SCORING AVERAGE 24.3, Jennifer Bruce, 1984-85

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 31, Wanda Randolph vs. Tennessee, 12/16/77

FIELD GOALS MADE 266, Lorri Johnson, 1988-89

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 10 ATTEMPTS) .875 (14-16), Lorri Johnson vs. Cleveland State, 12/19/88

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 591, Shavonte Zellous, 2008-09

FREE THROWS MADE 16, Laine Selwyn at Providence, 2/26/02 FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 19, Jennifer Bruce vs. Seton Hall, 2/13/85 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 10 ATTEMPTS) 1.000, (12-12) Shavonte Zellous vs. Cincinnati, 3/3/07 (11-11) Latia Howard vs. Duquesne, 12/21/96 (10-10) Jennifer Shingler vs. Providence, 1/30/90 3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE 7, Haley Harguth at Rutgers, 1/15/02 Haley Harguth vs. Boston College, 1/12/02 Erin Maloy vs. Providence, 2/1/92 Lorri Johnson vs. Seton Hall, 2/7/90 3-PT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 18, Erin Maloy vs. Miami, 1/11/92 3-PT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1.000 (4-4), Shayla Scott at Central Michigan, 12/31/10 1.000 (4-4), Ashlee Anderson at Central MIchigan 12/31/10

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .640, Turia Ransom, 1992-93 FREE THROWS MADE 198, Shavonte Zellous, 2008-09 FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 260, Jennifer Bruce, 1983-84 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .860, Pam Miklasevich, 1979-80 3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE 73, Erin Maloy, 1991-92 3-PT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 222, Erin Maloy, 1991-92

REBOUND AVERAGE PER GAME 15.5, Wanda Randolph, 1976-77

ASSISTS

STEALS

10, Debbie Lewis vs. Wyoming, 11/30/80 BLOCKS

POINTS 112, vs. Allegheny Community College, 1/22/77

REBOUNDS 402, Wanda Randolph, 1976-77

ASSISTS

STEALS

TEAM RECORDS GAME HIGHS

3-PT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 40 ATTEMPTS) .460, Xenia Stewart, 2008-09

REBOUNDS 30, Debbie Jones vs. Glassboro, 12/13/75 16, Laine Selwyn vs. St. Francis (Pa.), 12/30/01 Kim Tirik vs. West Virginia, 1/18/84 Debbie Lewis vs. West Virginia, 1/7/78

Wanda Randolph (1976-79) holds school records for single game blocks, rebounds in a season and rebound average per game.

POINTS IN A HALF 66, vs. Kent State, 1/24/77 POINTS (BOTH TEAMS) 228, vs. Providence, 2/8/89 (123-105)

186, Debbie Lewis, 1981-82

FIELD GOALS MADE 51, vs. Allegheny Community College, 1/22/77

99, Carol Morton, 1994-95

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 113, vs. Kent State, 1/24/77

93, Wanda Randolph, 1977-78

FREE THROWS MADE 37, vs. Providence, 1/23/10

BLOCKS

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 52, vs. St. John’s, 3/4/95

11, Wanda Randolph vs. Saint Joseph’s, 2/10/78

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Single Game Records/All-Time Captains PITTSBURGH ALL-TIME CAPTAINS

TOTAL REBOUNDS 88, vs. Temple, 12/2/77 PERSONAL FOULS 35, vs. Providence, 2/8/89 3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE 12, at Central Michigan, 12/31/10 3-PT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 28, vs. Duquesne, 12/8/01 vs. Duquesne, 12/29/09 ASSISTS 34, at Florida Atlantic, 12/7/02 STEALS 25, vs. Niagara, 11/22/81 BLOCKS 13, vs. Austin Peay, 12/28/10 SEASON HIGHS

POINTS 2,465, (2007-08)

A former- co-captain, Mallorie Winn (2005-08) led the team in assists in two seasons (2005-06 and 2007-08).

FIELD GOALS MADE 909, (2007-08) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .464, (1984-85) FREE THROWS MADE 519, (2007-08) FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 753, (2007-08) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .740, (2002-03) TOTAL REBOUNDS 1,452, (2007-08) PERSONAL FOULS 646, (2007-08) BLOCKS 188, (2008-09) STEALS 288, (1990-91) Laine Selwyn (1999-03) is rated among program leaders in scoring (10th), assists (4th) and steals (3rd).

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Mary Ellen Klobchar ................................................................................................ 1974-75 Debbie Jones.............................................................................................................. 1975-76 Kim Raymond, Mimi Senkowski, Diane Zaken ............................................ 1976-77 Robin Fry, Kim Raymond....................................................................................... 1977-78 Robin Fry....................................................................................................................... 1978-79 Peggy Dugan, Kathy Paczkowski ....................................................................... 1979-80 Debbie Lewis, Carol Dugan.................................................................................. 1980-81 Gail Aughburns, Carol Dugan, Debbie Lewis, Beth Tarasi .................... 1981-82 Jennifer Bruce, Lynn Love, Pam Miklasevich.............................................. 1982-83 Jennifer Bruce, Stephanie Collins, Lisa Fubio ............................................. 1983-84 Jennifer Bruce, Stephanie Collins, Lisa Fubio ............................................. 1984-85 Kim Gannis, Kim Tirik.............................................................................................. 1985-86 Jane Plake, Sally Sheerer ..................................................................................... 1986-87 Sally Sheerer, Jennifer Shingler ........................................................................ 1987-88 Shaunda Byrd, Amy Holman, Jennifer Shingler......................................... 1988-89 Lorri Johnson, Jennifer Shingler ...................................................................... 1989-90 Lorri Johnson, Whitney Mack ............................................................................ 1990-91 Jill McElhinny, Turia Ransom .............................................................................. 1991-92 Lisa Fessler, Jill McElhinny, Turia Ransom, Tiffany Fingers ................. 1992-93 Jonna Huemrich, Jill Colabrese, Carol Morton ......................................... 1993-94 Jenine Joyce, Carol Morton ................................................................................ 1994-95 Stephanie Petho, Melissa Thompson ............................................................. 1995-96 Kelly Senneca, Melissa Thompson................................................................... 1996-97 Gina Montesano, LaTonya Blanton .................................................................. 1997-98 None ............................................................................................................................... 1998-99 None ............................................................................................................................... 1999-00 None ............................................................................................................................... 2000-01 None ............................................................................................................................... 2001-02 None ............................................................................................................................... 2002-03 Latoya Kincaid, Stacy Moore, Sheila Stufflet ................................................ 2003-04 Jennifer Brown, Amy Kunich, Cheron Taylor .............................................. 2004-05 Cheron Taylor, Marcedes Walker, Mallorie Winn .................................... 2005-06 Marcedes Walker ..................................................................................................... 2006-07 Xenia Stewart, Marcedes Walker..................................................................... 2007-08 Xenia Stewart, Shavonte Zellous ....................................................................... 2008-09 Jania Sims, Shayla Scott, Pepper Wilson...................................................... 2009-10 Jania Sims and Shayla Scott ............................................................................... 2010-11 Ashlee Anderson, Abby Dowd, Loliya Briggs ................................................ 2011-12


Single Game Highs Jennifer Bruce Jennifer Bruce Debbie Lewis Debbie Lewis Stephanie Stripling

SCORING NO. 45 42 39

38 36 35

34

33

32

31

30

PLAYER Lorri Johnson Shavonte Zellous Lorri Johnson Lorri Johnson Wanda Randolph Debbie Lewis Jonna Huemrich Pam Miklasevich Jennifer Bruce Wanda Randolph Wanda Randolph Shavonte Zellous Jennifer Bruce Jennifer Bruce Mandy Wittenmyer Lorri Johnson Lorri Johnson Shavonte Zellous Laine Selwyn Lorri Johnson Jennifer Bruce Jennifer Bruce Jennifer Bruce Shavonte Zellous Shavonte Zellous Shavonte Zellous Shavonte Zellous Brooke Stewart Mandy Wittenmyer Turia Ransom Lorri Johnson Lorri Johnson Lorri Johnson Lorri Johnson Jennifer Bruce Jennifer Bruce Pam Miklasevich Wanda Randolph Wanda Randolph Taneisha Harrison Shavonte Zellous Shavonte Zellous Marcedes Walker Marcedes Walker Mandy Wittenmyer Jenine Joyce Lorri Johnson Lorri Johnson Lorri Johnson Jennifer Bruce

OPPONENT Kent State Florida Duquesne Syracuse Mercer College Syracuse Providence Slippery Rock Youngstown State Immaculata Immaculata West Virginia St. Vincent Penn State Mississippi State Kent State American Cincinnati Providence Youngstown State Penn State Providence Providence Montana Marquette DePaul Boise State Howard Florida Atlantic Providence St. John’s Villanova Eastern Michigan Georgetown Connecticut Youngstown State Syracuse Rutgers Lock Haven West Virginia Providence Maryland Ohio Robert Morris West Virginia St. Francis (Pa.) William & Mary Seton Hall Providence South Carolina State

DATE 12-18-90 12-21-08 11-29-90 1-11-89 1-22-77 12-12-81 1-3-92 2-6-80 11-29-83 3-3-78 2-19-77 1-4-09 11-24-84 2-12-83 12-20-01 12-6-88 12-3-88 1-12-08 2-26-02 12-22-90 2-4-85 1-30-85 1-2-85 3-21-09 1-30-09 1-6-08 11-25-06 12-31-02 12-7-02 1-2-93 2-23-91 2-1-89 12-19-89 12-10-88 2-23-85 12-22-84 1-30-80 2-23-79 2-18-77 2-05-11 1-19-08 11-27-07 12-9-06 12-1-04 1-13-01 12-20-94 12-30-90 2-7-90 1-3-90 1-20-84

Georgetown Cleveland State Northern Kentucky Northwestern LaSalle

2-16-83 2-2-83 11-22-80 12-18-79 1-30-78

REBOUNDS NO. 30 25 23

22

21

20

PLAYER Debbie Jones Wanda Randolph Pam Miklasevich Wanda Randolph Debbie Jones Chelsea Cole Wanda Randolph Wanda Randolph Wanda Randolph Barbara Welsh Wanda Randolph Wanda Randolph Wanda Randolph Chelsea Cole Chelsea Cole Pam Miklasevich Debbie Jones Pam Miklasevich Wanda Randolph Wanda Randolph Wanda Randolph Barbara Welsh

OPPONENT Glassboro Lock Haven Syracuse Edinboro Temple Seton Hall Clemson Penn State Edinboro Valdosta Temple Mercer College East Stroudsburg Marquette Duquesne Virginia Tech Cheyney State Northern Kentucky Slippery Rock Slippery Rock Ohio State Towson

DATE 12-13-75 2-18-77 1-30-80 2-24-77 2-28-76 2-20-10 12-21-78 3-4-78 2-22-78 12-15-77 12-2-77 1-22-77 12-3-76 1-2-10 12-29-09 2-19-80 2-14-76 12-1-79 2-7-78 12-3-77 1-17-77 1-30-76

ASSISTS NO. 16

15 14 13

12

PLAYER Laine Selwyn Kim Tirik Debbie Lewis Debbie Lewis Laine Selwyn Amy Kunich Amy Kunich Jo Jo Guzman Debbie Lewis Taneisha Harrison Laine Selwyn LaTonya Blanton Carol Morton Carol Morton Kim Tirik Kim Tirik

OPPONENT St. Francis (Pa.) West Virginia LaSalle Cleveland State Norfolk State Florida Atlantic American Coppin State Monmouth Maryland Florida Atlantic Boston College St. John’s Georgetown Duquesne Connecticut

DATE 12-30-01 1-18-84 1-30-78 2-6-82 12-29-02 12-7-02 11-24-01 12-29-96 12-28-81 12-7-08 12-7-02 2-13-99 1-4-95 2-23-94 2-9-85 2-9-83

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STEALS STE ALS

POINTS

NAME .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. SEASON ON Shavonte Zellous. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2008-09 -0 09 Jennifer Bruce.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1984-84 -8 84 Lorri Johnson .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1988-88 -8 88 Jennifer Bruce.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1983-83 -8 83 Lorri Johnson .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1990-90 -9 90 Shavonte Zellous. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2006-07 -0 07 Shavonte Zellous. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2007-08 -0 08 Lorri Johnson .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1989-89 -8 89 Jennifer Bruce.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1982-82 -8 82

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NAME .. ... .. .. ... ... .. .. .. ... ... .. ... .. ... ... .... .. ... .. SEASON Carol Morton Morto Mor Mo ton on . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ... .... .. .. .. 1994-94 Carol Morton Morton Mor on . .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ... .. .. .. .. .. 1993-93 Debbie bie Lewis Lewis .. ... .. ... ... .. .. ... .. .. .. .... ... .. ... .. .. 1980-80 1980-80 Laine e Sel Se Selwyn wyn .. .. ... .. ... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2002-02 2002-02 20 Debbie Deb b Lewis .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1979-79 197 979-79 Lisa FFubio ubio .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1984-84 1984-8 198 4-84 4 Lorri Johnson Joh .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1988-88 19 988-8 8 8 Jen ennif nifer er Bruce.. B ce.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1982-82 Bru 198 982-8 -82 2 Jennifer Laine Lai ine Sel Selwyn e wyn yn .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. 2001-01 200 01-01

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NAME .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. SEASON ON -7 78 Wanda Randolph .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1977-78 Gail Aughburns . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1979-80 -8 80 Gail Aughburns . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1980-81 -8 81 Wanda Randolph .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1978-79 -7 79 Connie Hurt . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1989-89 -8 89 Nickeia Morris .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1998-99 -9 99 Nickeia Morris .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1997-98 -9 98 -8 82 Gail Aughburns . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1981-82 Chelsea Cole .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2010-10 -1 10 REBOUNDS

NAME .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. SEASON ON Wanda Randolph .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1976-77 -7 77 Pam Miklasevich . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1979-80 -8 80 -1 10 Chelsea Cole .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2009-10 Debbie Jones . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1975-75 -7 75 Wanda Rudolph .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1978-79 -7 79 Wanda Randolph .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1978-79 -7 79 Wanda Randolph .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1978-79 -7 79 Mercedes Walker .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2007-08 -0 08 Chelsea Cole .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2010-10 -1 10

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ASSISTS

NAME .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. SEASON ON Debbie Lewis .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1981-82 -8 82 Carol Morton . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1993-94 -9 94 Carol Morton . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1994-95 -9 95 Kim Tirik.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1984-85 -8 85 Debbie Lewis .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1979-79 -7 79 Laine Selwyn .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2002-03 -0 03 LaTonya Blanton . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1998-99 -9 99 Laine Selwyn .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2001-02 -0 02 Jania Sims 2006-06 -0 06

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SEASON SEAS SON .. ... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. AVERAGE 1976-77 77 . ... .. .. ... .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 48.8 1975-76 19 975-76 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 46.9 1980-81 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 43.8 1979-80 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 43.8 5. 5. 1977-78 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 43.5 6 6.. 2008-09 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 43.5 1990-91 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 43.3 8. 19 19741974-75 7 75 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 43.1 9. 20 2004 2004-05 04-05 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 42.8 10. 1989 1989-90 989-90 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 42.4 1994-95 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 42.4 1. 2. 3.

TOTAL TOT TAL POINTS PO NTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

SEASON .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .POI .POINTS OIN NTS NT 2007-08 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. 2,465 2,4 2, 465 2008-09 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2,410 2,,410 2,2 2, 279 1980-81 . .. .. .. ... ... .. .. .... .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. 2,279 1993-94 199393-94 94 . .. .. .... .... .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. 2,230 2,,230 1979-80 197979-80 80 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. .. .... .. .. .. 2,218 2,,218 2005-06 . ... .. ... .. .. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. 2,217 2,21 217 2006-07 2 06-07 . .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2,210 20 2,21 21 10 198919 89-90 8990 . .. ... .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ... 2,181 2,18 81 1989-90 1976-77 77 . ... .. .. .... ... .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .... 2,128 2 128 2, 12 28 200 2009-10 009 0 -1 09 -10 10 . .. .... ... .. .. ... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. .... .. ... .. .. .. 2,119 2 119 2, 19 9

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SEASON S EA ON .. .. ... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .... .. .. .... ... .. .. .. .. AV EAS AVERAGE VERAG AGE E 1976-77 1976 19 6-7 77 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ... .. .. .. ... .. ... .. .. ... ... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 78.8 1980-81 198 19 80 81 . .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. 76.0 80-8 1974-75 197419 74 75 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 75.5 7475 1989-90 90 0 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... ... .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. 75.2 2 1984-85 1984 19 844-8 85 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 73.5 1990-91 1 99090-9 9091 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ... .. ... .... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 73.0 0 1983-84 198 19 83-8 84 . .. .. .. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. ... .... .. ... .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 72.8 8 1988-89 1988 19 888-89 89 . .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ... .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. 72.3 72.3 1993-94 1 19 93--94 . ... ... .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ... .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 71.9 9 1 1982 1982-83 98 -83 83 . .. .. .. .... .... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 71.6 71.6

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SEASON .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ... ... .. .. .... .. .... .. REB R RE REBOUNDS OUN UNDS DS 2007-08 2 0070 08 . .. .. .. .... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .... .. .... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .... .. .... 1,452 452 2008-09 20 0080 09 9 . .. ... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .... .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ... .. .. 1,437 1,437 7 1979-80 197919 7 80 0 . .. ... ... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .... .... .. .... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. 1,401 1,40 401 2005-06 200 20 05-06 05 6 . .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ... ... .. 1,355 355 35 1976-77 19 976 6-77 . .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. .. .. 1,317 1,,317 1980-81 198019 80-81 81 . .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ... .. .. .. ... .. ... .... .. .. .. .. 1,313 1,313 13 2009-10 200920 9 10 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. ... .... .... .. .. .. .... .. .. .... .. ... .. .. .. .. .1,302 . 1,3 1 02 200620 06-07 07 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 1,266 1,266 1, 2 2006-07

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SEASON S EASON ON .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..FT% 200 2002-03 02-0 2-03 . .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .740 2008-09 . .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .736 1987-88 . .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .720 2010-11 1 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..713 1989-90 90 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .702 20062006-07 06-0 07 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .699 2007-08 20 007-08 8 . .... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .689 8. 20 2003-04 04 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .685 1988-89 9 19 9. 1988 88-89 . ... .. ... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .682 10. 2001-02 10 0. 2 001-02 . .... .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .681 001 1985-86 86 6 . ... .. .... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .681 1 1.. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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SEAS SEASON EAS ASON O .. .. .. .. .. .... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . FG% 1984-85 19 98484-85 85 . .. .. .. .... ... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .464 19 9838 84 4 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .458 1983-84 1 982 98 82-83 -83 8 . .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .458 1982-83 4. 1975-76 1975-76 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .455 5. 1979-80 1979-80 . ... .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .444 6. 1992-93 . ... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .435 7. 1993-94 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .434 8.. 1999-00 . .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .433 2006-07 7 . .... .. .... ... .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .433 10.. 2 2010-11 10 010--11 . .. .. .... .... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .427 010 1.. 2. 2.


Top Season Performers By Class FRESHMEN

SOPHOMORES

POINTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Pam Miklasevich Wanda Randolph Penny Welsh Lorri Johnson Debbie Lewis

POINTS

1979-80 1976-77 1979-80 1987-88 1977-78

575 550 463 422 396

1976-77 1979-80 1979-80 2004-05 1994-95

402 391 271 236 223

2006-07 1989-90 1982-83 2005-06 1991-92

152 139 116 113 109

1996-97 1991-92 1983-84 1990-91 1995-96

65 61 60 53 48

1976-77 2008-09 2-07-08 1994-95 2005-06

54 44 38 32 26

REBOUNDS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Wanda Randolph Pam Miklasevich Penny Welsh Marcedes Walker Latia Howard

Jania Sims Maureen McConnell Kim Tirik Xenia Stewart Carol Morton

Michelle Katkowski Carol Morton Lisa Fubio Jonna Huemrich Gina Montesano

Wanda Randolph Pepper Wilson Chelsea Cole Latia Howard Shavonte Zellous

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Debbie Jones Wanda Rudolph Gail Aughburns Marcedes Walker Jennifer Bruce

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Debbie Lewis LaTonya Blanton Laine Selwyn Jo Jo Guzman Amy Kunich

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Debbie Lewis Lisa Fubio Lorri Johnson Jennifer Bruce Laine Selwyn

667 631 578 553 548

1975-76 1977-78 1979-80 2005-06 1982-83

334 372 302 300 268

1979-80 1998-99 2000-01 1995-96 2002-03

165 161 125 109 108

1979-80 1984-85 1988-89 1982-83 2000-01

78 76 75 67 53

1977-78 1979-80 1997-98 1988-89 2009-10

93 77 59 45 41

2. 3. 4. 5.

Gail Aughburns Nickeia Morris Connie Hurt Pepper Wilson

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jennifer Bruce Shavonte Zellous Lorri Johnson Mallorie Winn Marcedes Walker

POINTS

83-84 07-08 89-90 05-06 06-07

666 619 586 523 508

09-10 78-79 06-07 92-93 89-90

340 333 306 233 228

93-94 84-85 01-02 80-81 05-06

184 170 158 150 131

80-81 93-94 80-81 89-90 01-02

92 94 71 71 67

80-81 78-79 89-90 98-99 09-10

73 64 64 61 45

REBOUNDS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Chelsea Cole Wanda Randolph Marcedes Walker Jonna Huemrich Lorri Johnson

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Carol Morton Kim Tirik Laine Selwyn Debbie Lewis Mallorie Winn

2008-09 1984-85 1990-91 1993-94 1981-82

747 681 645 560 464

1. Wanda Randolph 2. Chelsea Cole 3. Marcedes Walker 4. Jonna Huemrich 5. Gail Aughburns

1978-79 2010-11 1907-08 1993-94 1981-82

333 318 320 296 276

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Debbie Lewis Carol Morton Laine Selwyn LaTonya Blanton Mallorie Winn

1981-82 1994-95 2002-03 1998-99 2007-08

186 178 164 157 121

1994-95 2002-03 1981-82 2008-09 1985-86

99 86 63 52 48

1981-82 2010-11 1990-91 1999-00 2001-02

56 56 54 45 32

STEALS

BLOCKS

1. Gail Aughburns 2. Wanda Randolph Connie Hurt 4. Nickeia Morris 5. Chelsea Cole

Shavonte Zellous Jennifer Bruce Lorri Johnson Jonna Huemrich Debbie Lewis

ASSISTS

STEALS

1. Debbie Lewis 2. Carol Morton 3. Gail Aughburns Lorri Johnson 5. Laine Selwyn

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

REBOUNDS

ASSISTS

BLOCKS

1. Wanda Randolph

SENIORS

POINTS

1988-89 2006-07 1982-83 2005-06 1979-80

STEALS

BLOCKS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Lorri Johnson Shavonte Zellous Jennifer Bruce Marcedes Walker Debbie Lewis

ASSISTS

STEALS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

REBOUNDS

ASSISTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

JUNIORS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Carol Morton Laine Selwyn Debbie Lewis Xenia Stewart Kim Gannis

BLOCKS

1. Gail Aughburns Chelsea Cole 3. Connie Hurt 4. Nickeia Morris 5. Bettina Love

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The Last Time ... TEAM PITT SCORED 100 POINTS Pitt 104, Norfolk State 78 (Dec. 29, 2002) AN OPPONENT SCORED 100 POINTS Connecticut 112, Pitt 43 at Storrs, Conn. (Jan. 1, 2002) PITT SCORED 100 POINTS AT PITTSBURGH Pitt 104, Norfolk State 78 (Dec. 29, 2002) AN OPPONENT SCORED 100 POINTS AT PITTSBURGH Connecticut 106, Pitt 52 (2OT) (Jan. 7, 1999) PITT SCORED 100 POINTS AND LOST Providence 123, Pitt 105 at Providence, R.I. (Feb. 8, 1989) AN OPPONENT SCORED 100 POINTS AND LOST Never PITT SCORED 110 POINTS Pitt 111, Kent State 97 (Dec. 18, 1994) AN OPPONENT SCORED 110 POINTS Pitt 105, Providence 123 at Providence, R.I. (Feb. 8, 1989) PITT SCORED 115 POINTS Never AN OPPONENT SCORED 115 POINTS Pitt 105, Providence 123 at Providence, R.I. (Feb. 8, 1989) PITT HAD A +35 REBOUND MARGIN 35 – Pitt 61, Mount St. Mary’s 23 (Nov. 20, 2007) AN OPPONENT HAD A +25 REBOUND MARGIN 31 – UConn 54, Pitt 20 (Jan. 2, 2002) PITT HAD A +20 REBOUND MARGIN 21 – Pitt 48, Wagner 27 (Dec. 30, 2007) AN OPPONENT HAD A +20 REBOUND MARGIN 24 – Stanford 54, Pitt 30 (March 29, 2008) PITT ATTEMPTED 35 FREE THROWS 36 – at Florida A&M (Dec. 19, 2008) AN OPPONENT ATTEMPTED 35 FREE THROWS 37 – at West Virginia (Feb. 19, 2011) PITT MADE 30 FREE THROWS 30 – vs. Syracuse (Jan. 9, 2008) AN OPPONENT MADE 30 FREE THROWS 30 – Maryland (Nov. 27, 2007) PITT HAD 25 ASSISTS 25 – at Western Michigan (Nov. 20, 2008) AN OPPONENT HAD 25 ASSISTS 27 – by Connecticut (Jan. 30, 2010) PITT HAD 20 STEALS 25 – vs. Niagara (Nov. 22, 1981) AN OPPONENT HAD 20 STEALS 21 – by Miami (Jan. 17, 2004) PITT HAD 25 TURNOVERS 27 – at Georgetown (Feb. 23, 2011) AN OPPONENT HAD 25 TURNOVERS 27 – vs. North Florida (Nov. 17, 2009)

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PITT SCORED 35 POINTS OR LESS 35 – at West Virginia (Feb. 13, 2008) AN OPPONENT SCORED 35 POINTS OR LESS 30 – by Mount Saint Mary’s (Dec. 4, 2010) PITT SCORED 14 POINTS OR LESS IN A HALF 13 – at West Virginia (Feb. 23, 2008) (1st) AN OPPONENT SCORED 14 POINTS OR LESS IN A HALF 12 – Mount St. Mary’s (Dec. 31, 2009) PITT HAD 10 BLOCKS IN A GAME 13 – vs. Austin Peay (Dec. 31, 2009) AN OPPONENT HAD 10 BLOCKS IN A GAME 10 – Duquesne (Dec. 29, 2009) PITT HAD 3 TURNOVERS OR LESS IN A GAME 3 – vs. Villanova (Feb. 6, 2007) AN OPPONENT HAD 3 TURNOVERS OR LESS IN A GAME 3 – Connecticut (Feb. 22, 2005) INDIVIDUAL A PITT PLAYER SCORED 40 POINTS 42 – Shavonte Zellous at Florida (Dec. 21, 2008) AN OPPOSING PLAYER SCORED 40 POINTS 40 – Nadine Malcolm of Providence (Dec. 9, 1995) A PITT PLAYER SCORED 30 POINTS 30 – Taneisha Harrison at. West Virginia (Feb. 5, 2011) AN OPPOSING PLAYER SCORED 30 POINTS 32 – Monique Reid of Louisville (March 5, 2010) A PITT PLAYER ATTEMPTED 25 FIELD GOALS 27 – Shavonte Zellous vs. Montana (March 21, 2009) AN OPPOSING PLAYER ATTEMPTED 25 FIELD GOALS 26 – G. Hill (11-26) of St. Francis (NY) (Dec. 28, 2004) A PITT PLAYER RECORDED A DOUBLE-DOUBLE Chelsea Cole (10 pts./15 rebs.) vs. Villanova (Feb. 28, 2011) AN OPPOSING PLAYER RECORDED A DOUBLE-DOUBLE Madina Ali (21 pts./13 rebs) vs. West Virginia (Feb. 19, 2011) TWO PITT PLAYERS RECORDED A DOUBLE-DOUBLE IN THE SAME GAME Chelsea Cole (13 pts./11 rebs) vs. Austin Peay (Dec. 28 2011) Shayla Scott (12 pts./13 rebs) TWO OPPONENTS RECORDED A DOUBLE-DOUBLE IN THE SAME GAME Da’Shena Stevens of St. John’s (17 pts./15 reb.) (March 1, 2010) Shanneika Smith of St. John’s (16 pts./10 reb.) (March 1, 2010) A PITT PLAYER RECORDED A DOUBLE-DOUBLE WITHOUT INCLUDING POINTS Lanie Selwyn (10 rebs./14 assists) vs. Norfolk State (Dec. 29, 2002) AN OPPONENT RECORDED A DOUBLE-DOUBLE WITHOUT INCLUDING POINTS N/A

A PITT PLAYER RECORDED A TRIPLE-DOUBLE Lanie Selwyn (12 pts./11 rebs./10 asst.) vs. St. John’s (Feb. 9, 2002) AN OPPONENT RECORDED A TRIPLE-DOUBLE Khadijah Rushdan of Rutgers (Feb. 8, 2011) 13 points/10 rebounds/10 assists A PITT PLAYER HAD 20 REBOUNDS 22 – Chelsea Cole vs. Seton Hill (Feb. 20, 2010) AN OPPONENT HAD 20 REBOUNDS 21 – Sugeiry Monsac of Robert Morris (Dec 1, 2004) A PITT PLAYER HAD 15 REBOUNDS 17 – Chelsea Cole vs. USF (Feb. 12, 2011) AN OPPONENT HAD 15 REBOUNDS 16 – Kayla Pedersen of Stanford (March 29, 2008) A PITT PLAYER MADE 14 FIELD GOALS 14 – Mandy Wittenmyer (14-18) vs. Florida Atlantic (Dec. 7, 2002) AN OPPONENT MADE 14 FIELD GOALS 14 – Laura Kurz of Villanova (Fab. 18, 2009) A PITT PLAYER HAD 15 ASSISTS 16 – Laine Selwyn vs. St. Francis (Pa.) (Dec. 30, 2001) AN OPPONENT HAD 15 ASSISTS Never A PITT PLAYER HAD 10 ASSISTS 12 – Taneisha Harrison vs Maryland (Dec. 7, 2008) AN OPPONENT HAD 10 ASSISTS 14 – Nadirah McKenith of St. John’s (March 1, 2010)


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OPPONENTS

TEAM POINTS FG MADE

TEAM 104 39 39 39

vs. Norfolk State (12/29/02) vs. Western Kentucky (12/30/08) vs. Youngstown State (11/29/08) vs. Norfolk State (12/29/02)

FG PCT. (MIN. 5 MADE)

3-PT. FG MADE

1.000

5

FG ATTEMPTS

81

vs. Louisville (2/8/06)

5

FG PCT.

67.2

vs. Youngstown State (11/29/08)

5

3-PT. FG MADE

12

at Central Michigan (12/31/10)

5

Shayla Scott vs. vs. Loyola (11/28/10, 6-6) Pepper Wilson vs. Duquesne (12/29/09) Sophronia Sallard vs. St. John’s (3/2/09) Taneisha Harrison vs. Marquette (3/5/11) Shayla Scott vs. Duquesne (12/29/09) Amy Kunich vs. Duquesne (12/3/03) Maddy Brown vs. Duquesne (11/30/05)

3-PT. FG ATTEMPTS 28

vs. Duquesne (12/29/09)

15

3-PT. FG PCT. (MIN. 5 ATT.)

3-PT. FG ATTEMPTS

Jessica Allen vs. Clemson (12/21/03)

vs. Akron (11/22/05)

3-PT. FG PCT. MADE (MIN 3)

1.000

(3-3) Shayla Scott vs Cincinnati Cincinnati (2/1/11)

FT MADE

12

Mandy Wittenmyer vs. Howard (12/31/02) Laine Selwyn vs. Penn State (12/14/02)

69.2

FT MADE

30

vs. Syracuse (1/9/08)

FT ATTEMPTS (MIN. 5 ATT.)

37

vs. Syracuse (1/9/08)

FT PCT.

91.7

vs. St. John’s (3/1/10)

REBOUNDS

61

vs. West Virginia State (12/13/08)

FT ATTEMPTS

25

Mandy Wittenmyer vs. Howard (12/31/02)

ASSISTS

29

vs. Norfolk State (12/29/02)

FT PCT. (MIN. 6 MADE)

1.000

Last time: Jania Sims vs. USF (2/12/11, 7-7)

TURNOVERS

26 26

vs. Rutgers (2/25/05) vs. Furman (11/25/02)

REBOUNDS

22

Chelsea Cole vs. Seton Hall (2/20/10)

BLOCKS

13

vs. Austin Peay (12/28/10)

ASSISTS

14

Laine Selwyn vs. Norfolk St. (12/29/02); Shavonte Zellous vs. DePaul (2/24/07)

STEALS FOULS

12

14 26

vs. Mount Saint Mary’s (12/04/10)

TURNOVERS

9

Allisha Morris vs. Rutgers (2/25/05)

BLOCKS

5 3 times

Last time: Shayla Scott vs. St. John’s (3/1/10) Shayla Scott vs. Youngstown St. (11/12/10)

vs. Penn State (12/9/04)

INDIVIDUAL POINTS

34

Shavonte Zellous vs. West Virginia (1/4/09)

STEALS

8

FG MADE

13

Brooke Stewart vs. Howard (12/31/02)

FOULS

5 Last time: Chelsea Cole vs. 31 times St. John’s (3/1/10)

FG ATTEMPTS

25

Shavonte Zellous vs. DePaul (2/24/07)

POINTS

98

Connecticut (1/30/10)

FG MADE

37

Connecticut (1/26/05)

37

Duke (11/24/10)

FG ATTEMPTS

78

Notre Dame (2/3/09)

FG PCT.

62.2

Xavier (12/28/03)

3-PT. FG MADE

12

Duquesne (12/3/03)

3-PT. FG ATT.

48

Youngstown State (11/12/10)

3-PT. FG PCT. (MIN. 5 ATT.)

71.4

Maryland (12/7/08)

FT MADE

25 25 25

West Virginia (2/19/11) St. John’s (2/01/03) Penn State (12/14/02)

FT ATTEMPTS

37

West Virginia (2/19/11)

FT PCT. (MIN. 5 ATT.)

1.000 1.000

Villanova (2/28/11) Western Michigan (12/5/09)

REBOUNDS

56

Connecticut (1/25/03)

ASSISTS

27

Connecticut (1/30/10)

TURNOVERS

29

Robert Morris (11/22/02)

BLOCKS

10 10 10

Duquesne (12/29/09) Connecticut (1/21/06) Notre Dame (2/5/05)

STEALS

14

Penn State (12/9/04)

FOULS

27

St. Bonaventure (12/30/05)

INDIVIDUAL POINTS

36

FG MADE

13

Laura Kurz (Villanova, 2/18/09)

FG ATTEMPTS

30

Kelly Mazzante (Penn State, 12/14/02)

FG PCT. (MIN. 5 MADE)

1.000

Olayinka Sanni (West Virginia, 2/20/07; Emy Ogide (Cincinnati, 2/13/07)

3-PT. FG MADE

6

Kelly McManimon (St. John’s, 3/1/10) Betsy Adams (Valparaiso, 12/8/09)

6

Kelly Mazzante (Penn State, 12/14/02)

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Petersen Events Center Records/Pitt Awardees of Distinction 6

Tamika Cox (Norfolk State, 12/29/02)

TURNOVERS

12

Jill Furstenburg (Providence, 2/19/05)

3-PT. FG ATT.

15

Tamika Cox (Norfolk St 12/29/02)

BLOCKS

6

3-PT. FG PCT. (MIN. 3 MADE)

1.000

Shay Shelby (Duke, 11/24/10)

FT MADE

13

Angel McCoughtry (Louisville, 1/27/08) Danielle Rainey (St. John’s, 2/1/03)

Rashidat Junaid (Rutgers 1/10/10) Diana Voynova (Duquesne 12/29/09) Ieva Kublina (Virginia Tech, 1/21/04)

6

13 FT ATTEMPTS

6

16 16

Tanisha Wright (Penn State, 12/9/04) Danielle Rainey (St. John’s, 2/1/03)

FT PCT. (MIN. 6 MADE)

1.000 (16 times) Last time: Paige Fiedorowicz (Marquette, 1/29/11)

REBOUNDS

21

Sugiery Monsac (Robert Morris (12/1/04)

ASSISTS

14

Nadirah McKenith (St. John’s, 3/1/10)

STEALS

6 6 6

FOULS

Sarah Miles (West Virginia, 1/17/10) Sherell Sowho (West Virginia, 1/31/04) Meghan Saake (Miami, 1/22/03)

5 Last time: Mi-Khida Hankins 41 times (Providence, 2/15/11)

Shavonte Zellous holds the record for most points scored by a Panthers player at the Petersen Events Center.

Pitt Awardees of Distinction Since 1961, the Pitt Varsity Letter Club has honored those members who have distinguished themselves in their profession or community - and who, by their accomplishments - have enhanced the value of the intercollegiate athletic programs at the University of Pittsburgh. To be eligible, a nominee must have earned a varsity letter in intercollegiate athletics from the University 25 or more years ago. Debbie Lewis was the second women’s basketball letterwinner to receive the Awardee of Distinction honor from the Pitt Varsity Letter Club and Jennifer Bruce Scott became the third to receive the accolade in October 2011. Dr. Mary Ellen Klobchar Wyszomierski, who received this prestigious honor in 2001, was the first Pitt women’s basketball player recognized. This award is unique in that it measures the service and accomplishments of Pitt athletic alumni after leaving school. There is only one other school - Yale University - that gives this type of award. Yale followed Pitt’s lead when Tom Beckett, the current athletic director at Yale, implemented this award. Tom, a former Pitt baseball player, received this award in 1993. Past Female Awardees

Donna DeMarino Sanft – 1999 Mary Ellen Wyszomierski – 2001 Gail Evans-Potter – 2002

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Kathy J. Stetler – 2004 Debbie Lewis – 2007 Melanie Joan Nickerson – 2007

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Rebecca Zuccarelli Verbus – 2008 Maria Perez – 2010 Jennifer Bruce Scott - 2011


1,000 Point Scorers

LORRI JOHNSON

JENNIFER BRUCE

SHAVONTE ZELLOUS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2,312 POINTS

2,295 POINTS

2,251 POINTS

113 GAMES 20.5 PPG 1987-91

112 GAMES 20.5 PPG 1981-85

133 GAMES 16.9 PPG 2005-09

DEBBIE LEWIS

1,941 POINTS

126 GAMES 15.4 PPG 1977-82

PAM MIKLASEVICH

MARCEDES WALKER

JONNA HUEMRICH

1,870 POINTS

1,807 POINTS

125 GAMES 15.0 PPG 2004-08

116 GAMES 15.6 PPG 1990-94

WANDA RANDOLPH

Jennifer Bruce

TANEISHA HARRISON

1,637 POINTS

1,479 POINTS

1,372 POINTS

102 GAMES 16.0 PPG 1979-83

78 GAMES 19.0 PPG 1976-79

130 GAMES 10.6 PPG 2007-11

Pam Miklasevich

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1,000 Point Scorers

LAINE SELWYN

XENIA STEWART

LATIA HOWARD

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 1,344 POINTS

1,330 POINTS

1,155 POINTS

111 GAMES 12.1 PPG 1999-2003

131 GAMES 10.1 PPG 2005-09

88 GAMES 13.1 PPG 1994-97

MANDY WITTENMYER

BROOKE STEWART

1,152 POINTS

1,114 POINTS

96 GAMES 12.0 PPG 1999-2003

111 GAMES 10.0 PPG 1999-2003

JENNIFER SHINGLER

CONNIE HURT

1,103 POINTS

Connie Hurt

105 GAMES 10.5 PPG 1987-91

JANIA SIMS

1,081 POINTS

1,097 POINTS

108 GAMES 10.0 PPG 1986-90

109 GAMES 10.1 PPG 2006-11

Jania Sims

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Year-by-Year Results

Debbie Lewis (1977-82) is the all-time record holder in assists (638) and second in steals (250). In addition, she is ranked fourth in points (1,941).

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Year-by-Year Results F28 Rutgers L 73-87 Regional Tournament M7 vs. Rutgers (REG) L 80-91 National Women’s Invitational Tournament M26 Georgia L 69-100 M27 Baylor W 101-81 M28 Tennessee Tech W 93-91 Total points (2,283-Pitt; 2,145-opponent)

1979-80

Record: 21-11 Head Coach: Jean Balthaser Bearcat Classic (Cincinnati, Ohio) N23 vs. Morehead State L 54-55 N24 vs. Southern Methodist W 62-56 N30 at Charleston (W.Va.) W 57-56 D1 Northern Kentucky W 80-55 D5 Duquesne W 72-37 D7 Slippery Rock W 73-40 D8 IUP W 72-56 D9 Penn State W 58-45 Pitt Tournament D18 Northwestern W 81-71 North Carolina Tournament (Chapel Hill, N.C.) D20 vs. Mercer L 78-90 D21 vs. Northern Kentucky W 68-62 D22 vs. Indiana L 56-66 J2 Texas L 65-68 J5 Howard W 64-56 J6 George Washington W 81-57 J9 West Virginia W 80-67 J12 at. Queens L 70-79 J16 Edinboro W 75-54 J18 at. Michigan State W 78-56 J20 at. Eastern Michigan L 74-79(OT) J23 at. Cleveland State W 75-64 J26 Maryland L 66-67 J30 Syracuse W 83-65 F1 at. Purdue W 66-62 F3 at. Indiana L 47-53 F6 at. Slippery Rock W 93-48 F9 at. La Salle W 78-66 F13 at. Penn State L 48-68 F16 Villanova W 70-53 F19 Virginia Tech W 76-54 F23 at. Rutgers L 57-96 EAIAW Regional Championships F29 vs. Penn State L 61-89 Total points (2,004-Pitt; 1,990-opponent) 1980-81 Record: 22-7 Head Coach: Judy Saurer N22 at. Northern Kentucky W Dial Christmas Classic (Miami, Fla) N29 vs.Villanova L N30 vs.Wyoming W

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106-72 55-77 79-76

1981-82 Record: 14-14 Head Coach: Judy Saurer

In her first season as head coach (1980-81), Judy Saurer guided Pitt to a 22-7 record.

Pitt Tournament D5 Youngstown State W 80-62 D6 DePaul W 85-84(OT) D7 Cheyney State L 55-65 D10 Charleston (W.Va.) W 77-65 D13 Indiana W 70-65 North Carolina Tournament (Chapel Hill, N.C.) D19 vs. Indiana W 64-63 D20 vs. Ohio State W 65-58 J2 North Carolina W 79-67 J7 La Salle W 89-77 J10 Detroit W 79-65 J14 at. West Virginia W 78-67 J17 at. Northwestern W 76-74 J21 at. Maryland L 72-83 J28 at. Edinboro W 58-50 J31 at. Syracuse L 68-73 F4 Slippery Rock W 72-53 F7 at. Villanova L 56-60 F11 Penn State W 83-78 F13 at. Howard W 66-50 F18 Georgetown W 86-72 F21 Cleveland State W 80-65 F25 at. George Washington W 92-74

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N18 Fairmont State W 65-29 N22 Niagara W 100-61 Converse Classic (Manhattan, Kan.) N27 at. Kansas State L 63-79 N28 vs. William Penn W 75-65 Pitt Tournament D5 Bowie State W 112-62 D6 Clemson W 67-64 D9 Kent State L 67-72 D12 Syracuse W 94-65 D19 South Carolina L 60-73 La Salle Tournament (Philadelphia, Pa.) D28 vs. Monmouth W 78-70 D29 at. La Salle L 55-58 D30 vs. Fairfield W 66-62 J6 George Washington W 85-51 J11 Youngstown State W 83-54 J16 at. N.C. State L 63-72 J20 at. Indiana L 59-69 J23 Maryland L 72-74 J27 West Virginia W 75-43 J29 at. LaSalle W 62-60 J30 at. Cheyney State L 59-85 F3 Howard W 77-59 F6 at. Cleveland State W 73-61 F7 at. Detroit L 59-70 F10 at. Penn State L 67-81 F15 Villanova L 67-72 F17 at. Georgetown L 67-79 F20 at. Ohio State L 55-71 F27 at. Rutgers L 64-95 Total points (2,218-Pitt; 1,900-opponent) 1982-83 Record: 17-11 • Big East Record: 5-3 Head Coach: Judy Saurer W at. Fairmont State N19

79-59

N22 Ohio W 98-78 N27 National College W 93-39 D1 at. Kent State W 59-58 D4 Akron W 72-63 D5 Cincinnati L 59-85 D8 St. John’s ^ L 58-69 D11 at. Syracuse ^ L 70-79 D17 at. Youngstown State W 75-66 Dial Christmas Classic (Miami, Fla.) D30 vs. Dayton L 61-79 D31 at. Miami L 75-79(2OT) J5 Providence ^ W 75-68 J8 Seton Hall ^ W 79-71 J12 La Salle W 85-67 J16 Cheyney State L 56-97 J22 at. West Virginia L 66-84 J23 Boston University W 75-74 J28 Tennessee L 60-73 J31 at. Boston College ^ W 70-62 F2 Cleveland State W 75-68(OT) F5 Detroit W 66-58 F9 at. Connecticut ^ W 79-67 F12 Penn State W 86-69 F16 Georgetown ^ W 75-59 F19 at. George Washington L 61-63

Pam Miklasevich (1979-83) scored 1,637 points in just 102 games - a 16.0 points per game average - fourth among top scorers.


Year-by-Year Results F23 at. Villanova ^ F26 Rutgers Big East Tournament M4 vs. Georgetown (BET)

L W

64-79 75-68

L

60-61

Big East Tournament M1 vs. Syracuse L Total points (2,057-Pitt; 1,870-opponent) 1985-86 Record: 11-16 • Big East Record: 5-11 Head Coach: Kirk Bruce

Total points (2,006-Pitt; 1,884-opponent) 1983-84 Big East Regular Season Champions Record: 16-12 • Big East Record: 6-2 Head Coach: Judy Saurer N22 Fairmont State W 100-55 N26 Indiana L 63-65 N29 Youngstown State W 83-65 D3 Central State W 95-46 D6 at. Robert Morris W 62-54 D10 Ohio State L 75-83 D17 Kent State W 73-71 D21 Northeastern L 61-72 D28 Ohio W 89-68 D30 Eastern Michigan L 67-75 J4 at. Tennessee L 64-88 J7 Villanova ^ W 71-68(OT) J10 Georgetown ^ W 81-64 J14 at. Seton Hall ^ L 58-65 J18 West Virginia W 77-61 J20 at. South Carolina State W 73-67(OT) J21 at. South Carolina L 68-78 J23 at. Clemson L 72-94 J28 at. Connecticut ^ W 78-56 F1 Duquesne W 84-55 F4 Providence ^ W 81-75 F8 at. Penn State L 56-93 F11 St. John’s ^ W 83-64 F18 at. Syracuse ^ L 67-88 F22 Cleveland State L 66-78 F25 at. Boston College ^ W 62-48 Big East Tournament M2 vs. Connecticut (BET) W 60-57 M3 vs. Seton Hall (BET) L 68-80 Total points (2,037-Pitt; 1,933-opponent) 1984-85 Record: 16-12 • Big East Record: 10-6 Head Coach: Judy Saurer W 102-69 N24 St. Vincent N28 Robert Morris W 82-44 Wildcat Tournament/Northwestern (Evanston, Ill.)

55-56

Kim Tirik (1982-86) finished her career ranked second in assists (592), a mark that still stands today. N30 D1 D5 D8 D15 D20 D22 D29 J2 J5 J8 J12 J16 J19 J23 J26 J30 F2 F4 F6 F9 F13 F16 F20 F23

vs. Old Dominion vs. Utah at. West Virginia Siena Georgetown ^ Florida at. Youngstown State at. Detroit at. Providence ^ at. Syracuse ^ Villanova ^ at. Seton Hall ^ at. Boston College ^ St. John’s ^ Connecticut ^ at. Georgetown ^ Providence ^ Syracuse ^ Penn State at. Villanova ^ Duquesne Seton Hall ^ Boston College ^ at. St. John’s ^ at. Connecticut ^

L 64-89 W 74-50 L 63-77 W 87-55 W 69-68 W 72-68 L 84-86(OT) L 66-86 L 69-71(2OT) W 72-69 L 64-65 W 76-58 W 53-52 L 67-73 W 89-59 W 90-50 W 80-72 L 67-70 L 73-81 L 68-80 W 96-84 W 76-50 W 70-61 L 67-68 W 62-59

N30 at. St. Vincent W 75-64 D3 West Virginia L 64-68 Investors Classic Tournament (Charlottesville, Va.) D6 vs. Northeastern (VCT) L 49-52 D7 vs. Wisconsin (VCT) W 73-64 D10 at. Kent State L 59-88 D14 at. Providence^ L 67-88 D21 Robert Morris W 68-66 D30 Youngstown State W 76-61 J2 Georgetown (CA)^ W 65-55 J4 at. Seton Hall^ W 75-73(OT) J9 Boston College^ L 57-69 J11 at. Syracuse^ L 68-78 J15 St. John’s^ L 54-55 J18 at. Connecticut ^ W 57-53 J22 at. Villanova^ L 53-62 J25 Providence^ L 71-96 J29 at. Georgetown^ L 69-77 F1 Seton Hall^ W 72-59 F3 at. Robert Morris W 69-61 F5 at. Penn State L 51-91 F8 at. Boston College^ L 57-71 F12 Syracuse^ L 58-73 F15 at. St. John’s^ L 55-58 F19 Connecticut^ W 73-59 F22 Villanova^ L 56-88 F25 Marshall W 78-75(OT) Big East Tournament F28 vs. Syracuse L 57-58 (CA) Civic Arena Total points (1,726-Pitt; 1,872-opponent)

D13 D17 D20 D30 J3 J6 J8 J10 J14 J17 J22 J24 J26 J28 J31 F4 F7 F11 F14 F18

Georgetown^ Kent State at. Youngstown State at. Eastern Kentucky at. Connecticut^ Villanova^ Syracuse^ at. Boston College^ at. Cleveland State St. John’s^ at. Seton Hall^ at. Georgetown^ St. Vincent Providence^ Connecticut^ at. Villanova^ at. Syracuse^ Boston College^ at. Robert Morris at. St. John’s^

L W W L L L L L W L L L W L L L L L W L

66-67 73-63 58-57 93-101 56-62 73-92 64-77 55-91 72-63 56-66 60-81 53-65 95-78 68-103 62-75 56-79 50-78 52-60 70-58 42-65

1986-87 Record: 7-21 • Big East Record: 1-15 Head Coach: Kirk Bruce N29 D3 D5 D8 D11

American Altoona High School vs. West Virginia Stanford at. Marshall at. Duquesne

L

59-61

L L L W

56-61 49-59 60-67 69-68

Kirk Bruce was Pitt’s head coach from 19851998 and remains the all-time program leader in wins (158).

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Year-by-Year Results F21 Seton Hall^ W F23 at. Providence^ L Big East Tournament F26 vs. Seton Hall L Total points (1,786-Pitt; 2,041-opponent)

77-71 78-96 64-77

1987-88 Record: 14-15 • Big East Record: 5-11 Head Coach: Kirk Bruce

7-UP Desert Classic (Las Vegas, NV) N27 vs. Missouri-KC W 81-75 N28 at. UNLV L 66-73 D2 at. American W 76-71 D5 Penn State L 71-73 D7 Ohio W 71-69 D11 Duquesne W 85-69 D20 at. Kent State W 81-69 D22 Youngstown State W 71-64 Altoona High School D30 vs. West Virginia (AHS) L 62-63 J2 at. Providence^ L 78-86 J7 at. Boston College^ L 44-70 J9 Syracuse^ L 68-84 J13 Connecticut^ L 56-62 J16 at. Georgetown^ L 64-69 J20 St. John’s^ L 66-76 J23 Seton Hall^ W 85-79 J25 Cleveland State W 75-62 J28 at. Villanova^ L 61-74 J30 Providence^ W 91-82 F2 at. Robert Morris W 83-82(OT) F6 Boston College^ L 67-75(OT) F10 at. Syracuse^ L 50-86 F13 at. Connecticut^ L 54-80 F17 Georgetown^ W 76-74 F20 at. St. John’s^ L 77-80 F24 at. Seton Hall^ W 83-67 F27 Villanova^ W 75-73 Big East Tournament M4 vs. Villanova W 54-51 M5 vs. St. John’s L 73-93 Total points (2,044-Pitt; 2,118-opponent) 1988-89 Record: 11-17 • Big East Record: 3-13 Head Coach: Kirk Bruce

Lady Panthers Invitational N25 Eastern Kentucky

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79-82

N26 St. Bonaventure W 74-69 N30 at. Penn State W 74-70 D3 American W 98-61 D6 Kent State W 110-82 D10 at. Georgetown^ W 70-69 D19 at. Cleveland State W 76-65 D21 Robert Morris W 87-63 D28 at. Duquesne W 79-70 D30 at. West Virginia L 63-67 J4 at. Villanova^ L 50-58 J7 at. Connecticut^ L 60-90 J9 Providence^ L 73-92 J11 Syracuse^ L 72-79 J14 at. Boston College^ L 58-67 J16 at. Northeastern L 58-63 J21 St. John’s^ W 68-66 J24 at. Seton Hall^ L 73-89 J28 Georgetown^ W 72-58 F1 Villanova^ L 58-61 F4 Connecticut^ L 63-77 F8 at. Providence^ L 105-123 F11 at. Syracuse^ L 60-62 F15 Boston College^ L 65-69 F18 at. Youngstown State W 83-73 F22 at. St. John’s ^ L 67-74 F25 Seton Hall^ L 73-74 Big East Tournament M2 Georgetown L 57-61 Total points (2,025-Pitt; 2,034-opponent) 1989-90 Record: 15-14 • Big East Record: 6-10 Head Coach: Kirk Bruce

Lady Panthers Invitational N24 Cleveland State N26 Delaware D3 Va. Commonwealth D6 Penn State D9 Duquesne D19 at. Eastern Michigan D22 West Virginia Burger King Classic (Miami, FL) D27 vs. Michigan D28 vs. Cleveland State D29 vs. Fla. International J3 at. Providence^ J6 Georgetown^ J8 at. Seton Hall^ J10 at. Kent State

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W W W L W W L

77-73 73-56 82-63 53-98 88-51 87-76 65-80

L W W L W L W

59-71 80-52 76-71 74-98 85-72 66-81 77-66

J13 Boston College^ W 85-76 J17 at. Syracuse^ L 54-82 J21 St. John’s^ W 92-76 J24 at. Connecticut^ L 68-81 J27 at. Villanova^ L 67-83 J29 Providence^ L 90-101 F3 at. Georgetown^ W 64-63 F7 Seton Hall^ L 68-74 F14 at. Boston College^ L 58-77 F17 Syracuse^ W 79-67 F21 at. St. John’s^ L 81-86 F24 Connecticut^ L 80-82(OT) F26 Villanova^ W 81-75 Big East Tournament M3 vs. Seton Hall W 84-77 M4 vs. Providence L 88-89 Total points (2,020-Pitt; 2,197-opponents) 1990-91 Record: 16-13 • Big East Record: 10-6 Head Coach: Kirk Bruce N23 St. Francis (Pa.) N25 Robert Morris N29 at. Duquesne Buckeye Classic (Columbus, OH) D1 at. Ohio State D2 vs. Houston D6 at. Penn State D8 at. Toledo D18 Kent State D22 Youngstown State D28 at. Va. Commonwealth D30 at. William & Mary J2 Georgetown^ J5 at. Providence^ J7 at. Syracuse^ J9 Villanova^ J16 at. Seton Hall ^ J19 at. Boston College^ J23 St. John’s ^ J26 Connecticut^ J30 at. Georgetown^ F2 Providence^ F6 Syracuse^ F9 at. Villanova^ F16 Seton Hall^ F20 Boston College^ F23 at. St. John’s ^ F25 at. Connecticut^

W W W

66-46 80-71 80-68

L L L L W L L W W L W W W W L W L L W W L W W L

71-84 51-111 57-88 67-81 111-97 62-75 62-98 68-57 85-65 87-111 72-57 68-62 70-58 74-70 56-68 61-59 72-80 97-108 62-54 68-62 59-75 85-70 75-70 55-79

Jonna Huemrich (1990-94) led the Panthers in both scoring and rebounding in three consecutive seasons. She is ranked among the top-10 all time in both categories.

Big East Tournament M2 Boston College W 82-78 M3 Providence L 92-107 Total points (2,118-Pitt; 2,209-opponents) 1991-92 Record: 11-18 • Big East Record: 6-12 Head Coach: Kirk Bruce

Red Flash Classic (Loretto, Pa.) N23 George Mason W 73-68 N24 Massachusetts W 65-56 Lady Panthers Invitational N30 Duquesne W 78-74 D1 Toledo L 60-69 D5 at. Youngstown State L 74-82 D17 at. Michigan W 74-72 D21 at. West Virginia L 63-91 Seel-Bach Cardinal Tournament (Louisville, Ken) D28 vs. Texas Tech L 63-91 D29 vs. Hartford L 65-67


Year-by-Year Results J3 at. Providence^ L 90-109 J5 at. Syracuse^ L 51-56 J8 Villanova^ W 63-56 J11 Miami^ L 54-73 J15 at. Seton Hall^ W 74-69 J18 at. Boston College^ W 65-62 J21 St. John’s ^ L 54-70 J25 Connecticut^ L 53-71 J29 at. Georgetown^ L 77-88 F1 Providence^ L 83-91 F5 Syracuse^ W 58-53 F8 at. Villanova^ L 54-66 F11 at. Miami ^ L 64-79 F15 Seton Hall^ W 62-59 F19 Boston College^ L 63-76 F22 at. St. John’s ^ L 69-77 F26 at. Connecticut^ L 47-90 F29 Georgetown^ W 70-67 Big East Tournament M6 Boston College (BET) W 70-59 M7 Connecticut (BET) L 50-86 Total points (1,886-Pitt; 2,127-opponents) 1992-93 Record: 15-12 • Big East Record: 10-8 Head Coach: Kirk Bruce D1 at. Duquesne D4 Iowa D7 Penn State D10 at. Robert Morris D19 Michigan D22 at. Kent State Lady Panthers Invitational D28 Cleveland State D29 Delaware J2 Providence ^ J5 Seton Hall ^ J9 at. Villanova ^ J13 at. Syracuse ^ J16 Georgetown ^ J19 Boston College ^ J24 at. Connecticut ^ J29 Miami ^ J31 at. St. John’s ^ F3 at. Providence ^ F6 at. Georgetown ^ F10 Villanova ^ F13 St. John’s ^ F18 at. Seton Hall ^

W L L W W L

80-67 59-70 69-82 70-50 64-62 61-77

W W W W W L W W L L L W L L W W

83-69 68-51 81-67 64-60 61-56 59-61 74-70 69-64 52-73 50-55 64-77 85-84 74-84 53-70 60-54 59-47

F20 at. Boston College ^ L F24 Connecticut ^ W F27 Syracuse ^ W M1 at. Miami ^ L Big East Tournament M6 Villanova L Total points (1,773-Pitt; 1,782-opponents)

57-59 76-74 57-48 65-77 59-74

1993-94 Record: 21-10 • Big East Record: 12-6 Head Coach: Kirk Bruce 66-50 N27 Duquesne W N30 Robert Morris W 82-60 MCI First American Classic (Nashville, Tenn.) D4 at. Vanderbilt L 64-82 D5 vs. Loyola W 88-75 D8 at. Niagara W 73-46 D11 at. Villanova ^ W 70-63 D19 at. Penn State L 65-94 Lady Panthers Invitational D29 Canisius W 80-53 D30 Ball State W 79-69 J3 at. Boston College ^ W 82-63 J5 at. Syracuse ^ W 71-61 J9 Miami ^ W 71-66 J12 at. Georgetown ^ W 77-58 J16 Seton Hall ^ L 52-63 J22 St. John’` ^ W 73-59 J26 Providence ^ W 90-72 J30 Boston College ^ W 74-65 F2 at. Miami ^ W 59-53 F4 Connecticut ^ L 63-80 F5 Syracuse ^ W 61-55 F11 at. St. John’s ^ W 73-60 F13 at. Seton Hall ^ L 72-75 F16 Villanova ^ L 65-67(OT) F20 at. Connecticut ^ L 59-83 F23 Georgetown ^ W 78-64 F26 at. Providence ^ L 82-93 Big East Tournament M5 vs. Miami W 70-60 M6 vs. Seton Hall L 54-66 National Women’s Invitational Tournament (Amarillo, Texas) M24 vs. Gonzaga W 89-77(OT) M25 vs. Oklahoma L 77-86 M26 vs. Tulane W 71-66 Total Points (2,230-Pitt; 2,077-opponents)

1994-95 Record: 17-11 • Big East Record: 10-8 Head Coach: Kirk Bruce

7-UP Desert Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) N25 vs. Arkansas L 75-76 N26 vs. TX-Arlington W 74-64 N30 at. Duquesne W 74-71 D4 Penn State L 55-66 D7 at. Syracuse ^ W 75-63 D17 at. Robert Morris W 59-54 D20 St. Francis (Pa.) W 82-60 Lady Panthers Invitational D29 Niagara W 86-70 D30 Xavier W 75-63 J2 at. Connecticut ^ L 67-100 J4 St. John’s ^ W 83-65 J7 Miami ^ W 73-61 J11 at. Seton Hall ^ L 57-73 J14 Boston College ^ W 71-63 J18 Providence ^ W 78-51 J21 at. Villanova ^ L 62-63 J25 at. Georgetown ^ W 70-63 J28 Seton Hall ^ L 53-58 F1 at. Miami ^ L 50-54 F4 at. St. John’s ^ L 57-82 F8 Georgetown ^ W 80-71 F11 at. Boston College ^ L 53-69 F16 Connecticut ^ L 43-71 F18 at. Providence ^ W 76-72 F22 Syracuse ^ W 70-67 F25 Villanova ^ W 49-44 Big East Tournament M4 vs. St. John’s W 73-67 M5 at. Connecticut L 63-95 Total points (1,883-Pitt; 1,876-opponents) 1995-96 Record: 6-10 • Big East Record: 3-15 Head Coach: Kirk Bruce

Preseason WNIT (Columbus, Ohio) N15 at. Ohio State L N25 at. Virginia L N29 Duquesne (CA) L D2 Robert Morris W Lady Panthers Invitational D3 Rhode Island L D6 at. Penn State L

50-85 56-103 53-55 80-51 66-69 56-77

Latia Howard scored 1,155 points from 1994-97. She also compiled 664 rebounds, leading the team in the category over threestraight seasons. D9 Providence ^ D18 at. St. Francis (Pa.) D22 Miami ^ D29 at. San Diego State D31 at. San Diego J4 at. West Virginia ^ J6 at. Syracuse ^ J10 St. John’s ^ J13 at. Villanova ^ J17 at. Georgetown ^ J20 Boston College ^ J24 Villanova ^ J27 at. Connecticut ^ J31 West Virginia ^ F7 at. Notre Dame ^ F11 at. Rutgers ^ F14 Syracuse ^ F17 Notre Dame ^ F21 at. Providence ^ F24 at. Seton Hall ^ F26 Rutgers ^ Big East Tournament

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Year-by-Year Results M2 vs. Miami W M3 vs. Villanova W M4 at. Connecticut L (CA) Civic Arena Total points (1,819-Pitt; 2,222-opponent)

52-49 59-57 51-83

1996-97 Record: 8-22 • Big East Record: 3-15 Head Coach: Kirk Bruce L 55-64 N22 Virginia N26 at. Robert Morris W 68-64 Wahine Classic Tournament (Honolulu, Hawaii) N29 at. Hawaii L 34-65 N30 vs. Virginia Tech W 72-63 D1 vs. Miami (OH) L 62-70 D4 at. St. Francis W 65-44 D7 Connecticut ^ L 51-78 D15 Penn State L 44-66 D18 Ohio State L 54-66 D21 Duquesne (CA) W 74-59 Lady Panthers Invitational D28 Siena L 61-62 D29 Coppin State W 81-35 J2 at. St. John’s ^ W 50-46 J4 Seton Hall ^ L 62-73 J6 Miami ^ W 64-59 J9 at. Georgetown ^ L 67-74(OT) J12 Syracuse ^ L 70-78 J15 at. Boston College ^ L 66-70 J18 at. Notre Dame ^ L 49-65 J22 Providence ^ L 65-78 J29 at. Villanova ^ L 40-54 F1 at. Rutgers ^ L 53-59 F5 Georgetown ^ L 67-84 F9 West Virginia ^ L 86-95 F12 at. Miami ^ L 61-89 F15 at. Seton Hall ^ W 56-54 F19 at. Connecticut ^ L 71-103 F22 Boston College ^ L 59-84 F25 St. John’s ^ L 54-66 Big East Tournament M1 vs. Miami (BET) L 50-64 (CA) Civic Arena Total points (1,811-Pitt; 2,031-opponents)

1997-98 Record: 6-21 • Big East Record: 3-15 Head Coach: Kirk Bruce W 62-44 N21 Robert Morris N25 St. Francis (Pa.) L 63-65 Lady Panthers Invitational N29 vs. Morgan State W 55-43 N30 vs. Richmond L 71-85 D3 at. Syracuse ^ L 70-72 D7 Villanova ^ L 57-64 D14 at. Penn State L 64-81 Florida International Tournament (Miami, Fla.) D27 at. Florida Int’l L 65-80 D28 vs. Monmouth W 61-49 D31 Notre Dame ^ L 46-66 J3 at. Providence ^ L 70-75 J6 Rutgers ^ W 66-56 J8 at. West Virginia ^ L 50-65 J14 Connecticut ^ L 46-83 J17 Seton Hall ^ L 62-72 J21 at. Boston College ^ L 64-75

Nickeia Morris (1996-00) led the Panthers in rebounds in consecutive seasons and in blocked shots for four-straight campaigns.

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J24 at. Miami ^ L J27 at. St. John’s ^ L J31 West Virginia ^ L F3 Georgetown ^ L F5 Duquesne (CA) L F7 at. Villanova ^ L F11 Syracuse ^ W F15 at. Notre Dame ^ L F18 at. Rutgers ^ L F21 Providence ^ W Big East Tournament F28 vs. Villanova L (CA) Civic Arena Total points (1,600-Pitt; 1,792-opponents)

55-72 57-67 61-86 56-72 62-68 42-48 58-49 60-75 56-70 70-54 51-56

1998-99 Record: 8-19 • Big East Record: 3-15 Head Coach: Traci Waites

Pittsburgh Panther Invitational N14 Robert Morris W 89-49 N15 Miami (OH) W 75-56 N18 Penn State W 49-46 N24 at. Richmond W 69-66 D2 at. Ohio State L 40-75 D4 at. Duquesne L 58-65 D9 Seton Hall ^ W 55-46 Oakland Tribune Classic (Oakland, Calif.) D20 at. California L 35-40 D21 vs. Wake Forest W 53-46 J2 at. Miami ^ L 60-75 J5 at. St. John’s ^ L 58-68 J7 Connecticut ^ L 52-106 J10 Miami ^ W 63-61 J13 at. Georgetown ^ L 61-80 J16 Notre Dame ^ L 72-81 J20 St. John’s ^ W 75-58 J24 at. West Virginia ^ L 57-83 J27 Villanova ^ L 45-61 J31 at. Connecticut ^ L 43-79 F3 Rutgers ^ L 54-65 F7 at. Syracuse ^ L 69-70 F10 at. Seton Hall ^ L 53-62 F13 Boston College ^ L 66-72 F16 Georgetown ^ L 71-76 F20 at. Providence ^ L 71-91 F23 at. Boston College ^ L 66-72 Big East Tournament F27 vs. Georgetown L 52-70 Total points (1,610-Pitt; 1,833-opponents)

1999-2000 Record:16-13 • Big East Record: 7-9 Head Coach: Traci Waites 80-43 N21 Lafayette W N24 at. Robert Morris W 63-45 N28 at. Cincinnati W 58-55 D1 Kent State L 68-76 D4 Ohio W 71-60 D8 at. Rutgers ^ L 52-58 D11 at. Hampton W 86-65 D18 Youngstown State W 67-51 D21 at. Penn State L 56-79 Georgia Tech/Atlanta Marriott Invitational D29 vs.Campbell W 70-60 D30 at. Georgia Tech W 75-69 J1 Duquesne W 62-57(OT) J5 St. John’s ^ W 64-57 J8 West Virginia ^ W 74-54 J12 at. Providence ^ L 76-77 J15 at. Connecticut ^ L 36-88 J18 Notre Dame ^ L 53-67 J25 Syracuse ^ W 80-66 J29 at. Boston College ^ L 54-85 F2 at. St. John’s ^ L 47-56 F5 Providence ^ W 63-41 F9 at. Notre Dame ^ L 74-81 F16 Seton Hall ^ W 84-56 F20 Boston College ^ L 52-66 F23 at. Villanova ^ W 64-62 F26 Georgetown ^ W 77-66 F29 at. Miami ^ L 60-80 Big East Tournament M4 vs. St. John’s L 62-75 Women’s National Invitational Tournament M16 vs.Cincinnati L 60-76 Total Points (1,888-Pitt; 1,871-opponents) 2000-01 Record: 9-18 • Big East Record: 3-13 Head Coach: Traci Waites N18 N22 N25 N29 D2 D6 D9

Sacred Heart Robert Morris at. Kent State at. Duquesne at. Ohio at. West Virginia ^ Delaware State

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68-58 81-49 67-77(OT) 59-67 88-79 58-65 65-36


Year-by-Year Results 2001-02 Record: 8-19 • Big East Record: 3-13 Head Coach: Traci Waites

Mandy Wittenmyer (1999-03) paced the team in scoring and rebounds in consecutive seasons (1999-00, 2000-01). D16 Penn State L 62-84 D19 at. Youngstown State W 86-67 D21 Maryland-Eastern Shore W 77-34 D28 at. UC-Irvine L 70-74 D30 at. Loyola Marymount L 57-74 J2 Providence ^ W 68-53 J6 at. Syracuse ^ L 55-70 J10 at. Seton Hall ^ L 60-62 J13 West Virginia ^ W 75-67(OT) J20 Connecticut ^ L 43-83 J24 Georgetown ^ L 56-76 J27 at. St. John’s ^ L 33-38 J30 Miami ^ W 84-74 F4 Rutgers ^ L 61-69 F7 at. Notre Dame ^ L 58-72 F11 at. Virginia Tech ^ L 50-86 F14 Villanova ^ L 44-73 F17 at. Miami ^ L 69-96 F24 at. Boston College ^ L 63-65(OT) F27 Notre Dame ^ L 63-82 Total Points (1,720-Pitt; 1830-opponents)

William & Mary L 72-77 N16 N20 Bucknell L 57-58 N24 American W 84-60 N27 at. Robert Morris W 88-53 Arizona Basketball Classic (Tuscon, Ariz.) N30 vs. Wisconsin L 75-92 D2 at. Arizona W 81-80 D5 Virginia Tech ^ L 64-83 D8 Duquesne L 54-63 D16 at. Penn State L 63-78 Torneo Cancun de Basquetbol (Cancun, Mexico) D20 vs. Mississippi State L 86-88 D22 vs. NC State W 82-65 D30 St. Francis (Pa.) W 81-71 J2 at. Connecticut ^ L 43-112 J5 at. Georgetown ^ W 63-61 J12 Boston College ^ L 57-81 J15 at. Rutgers ^ L 70-82 J19 at. West Virginia ^ L 63-80 J23 Georgetown ^ L 56-73 J26 Syracuse ^ L 71-75 F2 at. Miami ^ L 61-77 F5 Notre Dame ^ L 56-68 F9 St. John’s ^ W 77-45 F13 at. Villanova ^ L 59-83 F16 at. Boston College ^ L 37-64 F19 Rutgers ^ L 59-60 F23 Seton Hall ^ W 68-53 F26 at. Providence ^ L 77-91 Total Points (1,804-Pitt; 1,973-opponents) 2002-03 Record: 12-16 • Big East Record: 4-12 Head Coach: Traci Waites W 90-51 N22 Robert Morris N25 Furman W 75-45 N27 at. St. Francis (Pa.) W 70-61 D3 at. Duquesne L 60-62 Radisson Suites Roundball Classic (Boca Raton, Fla.) D6 vs. UNC-Wilmington L 59-79 D7 at. Florida Atlantic W 101-87 D14 Penn State W 92-88(OT) D17 Eastern Kentucky W 78-68

D21 at. Xavier L 65-82 D29 Norfolk State W 104-78 D31 Howard W 94-75 J4 at. Seton Hall ^ L 54-59 J11 Providence ^ L 77-80 J15 at. Virginia Tech ^ L 53-61 J18 at. St. John’s ^ W 75-51 J22 Miami ^ L 76-79 J25 Connecticut ^ L 55-76 J29 at. Georgetown ^ W 91-72 F1 St. John’s ^ L 66-69 F8 at. Providence ^ L 54-57 F11 Villanova ^ L 47-63 F16 at. Rutgers ^ L 53-67 F19 West Virginia ^ W 67-61 F22 Boston College ^ L 52-78 F26 at. Notre Dame ^ L 69-77 M1 at. Syracuse ^ L 61-71 M4 Seton Hall ^ W 57-54 Big East Tournament M8 vs. Notre Dame L 65-73 Total Points (1,960-Pitt; 1,924-opponents) = 2003-04 Record: 6-20 • Big East Record: 2-14 Head Coach: Agnus Berenato N25 N28 D3 D6 D14 D17 D19 D21 D28 D31 J3 J7 J10 J14 J17 J21 J24 J31 F5 F8 F11 F14 F17

Coppin State Central Conn. State Duquesne Hartford at. Penn State at. Norfolk State at. Robert Morris Clemson Xavier Fordham at. West Virginia ^ Syracuse ^ Providence ^ at. Seton Hall ^ at. Miami ^ Virginia Tech ^ at. St. John’s ^ West Virginia ^ at. Boston College ^ at. Villanova ^ Rutgers ^ Georgetown ^ at. Connecticut ^

L W L L L W W L L W L L W W L L L L L L L L L

61-75 75-59 80-92 54-60 44-96 64-44 61-47 47-62 48-72 62-48 58-65 51-71 64-51 61-56 68-77 57-67 72-83 36-56 44-79 45-75 61-75 61-72 42-97

F21 Notre Dame ^ L 68-72 F28 at. Virginia Tech ^ L 55-85 M2 Villanova ^ L 45-56 Total Points (1,484-Pitt; 1,792-opponents) 2004-05 Record: 13-15 • Big East Record: 5-11 Head Coach: Agnus Berenato 86-71 at. North Carolina A&T W N23 UNC Greensboro Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) N26 vs. South Carolina State W 73-45 N27 at. UNC Greensboro W 62-55 D1 Robert Morris W 78-59 Stony Brook Tournament (Stony Brook, N.Y.) D3 vs. Long Beach State W 64-62 D4 at. Stony Brook W 89-86 D7 at. Duquesne L 71-82 D9 Penn State L 79-84(OT) D11 at. Clemson L 38-51 D28 at. St. Francis (NY) W 88-62 D30 at. Fordham W 58-51 J2 at. Syracuse ^ W 63-57 J4 St. John’s ^ L 57-60 J11 at. Rutgers ^ L 41-68 J16 Syracuse ^ L 55-68 J19 at. Seton Hall ^ W 62-59 J22 at. Georgetown ^ W 85-81 J26 Connecticut ^ L 53-89 J29 at. Boston College ^ L 55-72 F2 Villanova ^ L 49-70 F5 Notre Dame ^ L 47-75 F12 at. St. John’s ^ L 39-49 F16 West Virginia ^ L 55-61 F19 Providence ^ W 63-47 F22 at. Connecticut ^ L 49-97 F25 Rutgers ^ L 42-63 F28 at. Providence ^ W 80-43 Big East Tournament (Hartford, Conn.) M5 vs. West Virginia L 68-77 Total Points (1,749-Pitt; 1,844-opponents) 2005-06 Record: 22-11 • Big East Record: 9-7 Head Coach: Agnus Berenato N18 N19

vs. William & Mary at Vermont

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Year-by-Year Results N22 Akron W Pitt Thanksgiving Classic N26 Towson W N27 Missouri L N30 Duquesne W D2 at Penn State L D6 at Robert Morris W D8 Syracuse W D19 at Pepperdine W D22 at San Diego State W D30 St. Bonaventure W J3 at DePaul^ L J8 South Florida^ W J11 at St. John’s^ L J14 Providence^ W J18 at Marquette^ L J21 Connecticut^ L J28 at Villanova^ W F1 Georgetown^ W F4 at Cincinnati^ W F8 Louisville^ L F11 at South Florida^ W F14 Seton Hall^ W F19 at West Virginia^ W F25 Rutgers^ L F28 at Notre Dame^ L Big East Tournament (Hartford, Conn.) M4 vs. Cincinnati W M5 vs. DePaul L National Women’s Invitational Tournament M18 Delaware W M22 Mississippi W M24 Virginia W M27 at Marquette L Total Points (2,217-Pitt; 2,045-opponents)

91-46 69-50 60-69 82-69 60-69 66-36 67-55 79-64 78-56 68-55 75-81 66-64 55-72 75-65 62-71 54-65 59-56 79-62 64-63 63-71 60-58 58-56 62-58 50-65 65-72 77-62 46-69 64-57 85-76 68-58 64-77

2006-07 Record: 24-9 • Big East Record: 10-6 Head Coach: Agnus Berenato N15 California (PA) N17 Mount St. Mary’s N19 at Duquesne N21 at St. Bonaventure Duck Invitational (Eugene, Ore.) N24 vs. Utah N25 vs. Boise State N29 at Akron D1 Penn State D5 Robert Morris

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71-58 77-55 61-56 75-62

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59-51 71-70 74-55 60-51 79-69

D9 at Ohio W 77-69 Caribbean Classic (Cancun, Mexico) D19 vs. East Carolina W 70-53 D20 vs. Liberty University W 54-47 D21 vs. Duke University L 51-72 J6 at Rutgers^ L 39-63 J9 Marquette^ W 91-87(OT) J13 St. John’s^ L 69-76 J16 at Syracuse ^ W 84-75 J20 USF ^ W 73-48 J24 at Louisville^ L 59-72 J27 at Seton Hall^ L 50-51 J31 Notre Dame^ W 71-62 F3 at Providence ^ W 84-40 F6 Villanova^ W 66-53 F10 USF ^ W 69-65 F13 Cincinnati ^ W 55-44 F17 at Connecticut ^ L 68-82 F20 West Virginia ^ L 46-57 F24 DePaul ^ W 87-80 F26 at Georgetown ^ W 68-58 Big East Tournament (Hartford, Conn.) M3 vs. Cincinnati W 76-71 M4 vs. Marquette L 51-61 NCAA Tournament, First and Second Rounds (Pittsburgh, PA) M18 vs. JMU W 71-61 M20 vs. Tennessee L 54-68 Total Points (2,210-Pitt; 2,042-opponents) 2007-08 Record: 24-11 • Big East Record: 10-6 Head Coach: Agnus Berenato WBCA Classic (State College, Pa.) W 85-68 N9 vs Charlotte N10 vs Arizona W 81-58 N11 at Penn State L 74-80 N20 at Mount St. Mary’s W 82-31 N27 at Maryland L 77-90 Fifth Third Bank Classic (Huntington, WVa.) N30 vs. Harvard W 70-54 D1 at Marshall W 70-66 D5 Ohio W 69-55 Maggie Dixon Classic (Madison Square Garden) D8 vs. Duke L 49-51 D18 Cal Poly W 83-58 D22 Duquesne W 72-54 Wagner Classic (Staten Island, N.Y.) D29 vs. James Madison W 69-61

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D30 at Wagner W 85-41 J6 at DePaul^ W 97-68 J9 Syracuse^ W 85-75 J12 at Cincinnati^ W 86-61 J19 Providence^ W 81-61 J22 at St. John’s^ W 70-64 J27 Louisville^ W 76-67 J30 at Villanova^ W 72-63 F2 Rutgers^ L 60-64 F6 Seton Hall^ W 64-44 F10 at Notre Dame^ L 66-81 F13 at West Virginia^ L 35-56 F17 Connecticut^ L 64-90 F23 at Marquette^ L 69-76 F26 West Virginia^ W 77-75(OT) M1 at USF^ L 64-65 M3 Georgetown^ W 70-33 Big East Tournament (Hartford, Conn.) M8 vs Villanova W 69-63 M9 vs Notre Dame W 64-53 M10 vs Connecticut L 47-74 NCAA Tournament , First and Second Rounds (Albuquerque, NM) M22 vs Wyoming W 63-58 M24 vs Baylor W 67-59 NCAA Tournament, Regional (Spokane, WA) M29 vs Stanford L 53-72 Total Points (2,465-Pitt; 2,189-opponents) 2008-09 Record: 25-8 • Big East Record: 12-4 Head Coach: Agnus Berenato

State Farm Tipoff Classic ( Baton Rouge, La.) N16 vs. Texas A&M L 50-56 N20 at Western Michigan W 88-60 N24 Penn State W 80-59 Pitt Thanksgiving Tournament N28 Elon W 84-49 N29 Youngstown State W 92-42 D3 at Duquesne W 66-47 D7 Maryland W 86-57 D13 West Virginia State W 85-37 D16 Wagner W 98-41 D19 at Florida A&M W 89-59 D21 at Florida L 83-90 D30 Western Kentucky W 93-50 J4 West Virginia^ W 72-63 J7 at Providence^ L 69-77 J10 DePaul^ L 62-69

J17 South Florida^ W 79-47 J20 at Seton Hall^ W 76-40 J24 at Syracuse^ W 77-75 J27 at Georgetown^ W 50-39 J30 Marquette^ W 86-54 D3 Notre Dame^ W 82-70 D10 at Rutgers^ W 61-53(OT) D15 at Connecticut^ L 42-95 D18 Villanova^ W 70-54 D21 Cincinnati^ W 68-53 D24 at West Virginia^ W 72-60 D28 at Louisville^ L 51-75 M2 St. John’s^ W 79-60 Big East Tournament (Hartford, Conn.) M8 vs. DePaul W 62-59 M9 vs. Louisville L 63-69 NCAA Tournament , First and Second Rounds (Seattle, WA) M21 vs. Montana W 64-35 M23 vs. Gonzaga W 65-60 NCAA Tournament, Regional (Oklahoma City, OK) M29 vs. Oklahoma L 59-70 Total Points (2,410-Pitt; 1,924-opponents) 2009-10 Record: 16-15 • Big East Record: 5-11 Head Coach: Agnus Berenato N17 N20 N24 N27 N28 D2 D5 D8 D12 D20 D22 D29 D31 J2 J5 J10 J17 J20 J23 J30 F2 F6

North Florida Florida Saint Francis (PA) Appalachian State Marshall at Youngstown State Western Michigan Valparaiso at Penn State at Austin Peay at Western Kentucky Duquesne Mount St. Mary’s Marquette^ at West Virginia^ Rutgers^ West Virginia^ at USF^ at Providence^ Connecticut^ Syracuse^ at Notre Dame^

W W W W W W W W L W W L W L L L L L W L L L

61-35 81-58 75-70 63-56 80-58 89-37 89-65 77-52 73-77 76-75(OT) 76-60 63-72 57-47 55-66 59-63 46-52 54-69 51-68 72-58 56-98 80-87(OT) 76-86


Miscellaneous Statistics F10 Georgetown^ L F14 Louisville^ W F17 at Villanova^ W F20 Seton Hall^ W F23 at DePaul^ L F27 at Cincinnati^ W M1 St. John’s^ L Big East Tournament (Hartford, Conn.) M5 Louisville L Women’s National Invitational Tournament M19 at Toledo L Total Points (2,119-Pitt; 2,024-opponents)

63-66 72-69 74-69 78-57 57-68 72-60 65-77 71-79 58-70

2010-11 Record: 14-17 • Big East Record: 5-11 Head Coach: Agnus Berenato N12 Youngstown St. W 78-58 N17 at Minnesota L 63-73 N21 Radford W 77-46 N24 Duke L 55-93 N28 Loyola W 73-45 D1 at Saint Franics L 71-85 D4 Mount Saint Mary’s W 89-65 D7 Depaul L 51-67 D11 at Valparaiso W 86-51 Las Vegas Hoops Classic (Las Vegas, Nevada) D19 vs. Texas Tech L 65-78 D20 vs. Texas-Austin W 95-61 D28 Austin Peay W 75-53 D31 at Central Michigan W 94-78 D31 Duquesne L 62-70 J2 at Louisville^ L 68-79 J12 at Seton Hall^ W 64-58 J15 Notre Dame^ L 50-82 J22 at Connecticut ^ L 46-66 J26 at Syracuse^ L 60-69 J29 Marquette^ L 70-74 (OT) F1 Cincinnati^ W 79-48 F5 at West Virginia^ W 60-53 F8 at Rutgers^ L 42-54 F12 USF^ W 70-66 F15 Providence^ W 60-57 F19 West Virginia^ L 90-79 F23 at Georgetown^ L 57-67 F26 at St. John’s^ L 63-72 F28 Villanova^ L 52-54 Big East Tournament (Hartford, Conn.) M4 vs. USF W 63-60 M5 vs. Marquette L 61-65 Total Points (2,055-Pitt; 2,002-opponents) ^ denotes Big East Conference regular season games.

OVERTIME RECORDS Date 1-20-80 12-6-80 12-31-82 2-2-83 1-7-84 1-20-84 12-22-84 1-2-85 1-4-86 2-25-86 2-2-88 2-6-88 2-24-90 2-16-94 3-24-94 12-9-95 1-9-97 1-1-00 11-25-00 1-13-01 2-24-01 12-14-02 12-9-04 1-9-07 2-26-08 2-10-09 12-20-09 2-2-10 1-29-11

Opponent Result Score at. Eastern Michigan L 79-74 DePaul W 85-84 Miami, Fla. L 79-75 (2OT) Cleveland State W 75-68 Villanova W 71-68 at. South Carolina StateW 73-67 at. Youngstown State L 86-84 at. Providence L 71-69 (2OT) at. Seton Hall W 75-73 Marshall W 78-75 at. Robert Morris W 83-82 Boston College L 75-67 Connecticut L 82-80 Villanova L 67-65 vs. Gonzaga • W 89-77 Providence L 73-69 at. Georgetown L 74-67 Duquesne W 62-57 at. Kent State L 77-67 West Virginia W 75-67 at. Boston College L 65-63 Penn State W 92-88 Penn State L 84-79 Marquette W 91-87 West Virginia W 77-75 at. Rutgers W 61-53 at. Austin Peay W 76-75 Syracuse L 80-87 Marquette L 70-74 (OT)

• NWIT (National Women’s Invitational Tournament - Amarillo, Texas)

ALL-TIME RECORD: 15-14 ALL-TIME RECORD IN AWAY GAMES: 5-6 ALL-TIME RECORD IN HOME GAMES: 9-8 ALL-TIME RECORD IN NEUTRAL GAMES: 1-0

BIG EAST OPENERS Year 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87

Opponent St. John’s Villanova Georgetown at. Providence Georgetown

Result Score L 69-58 W 71-68 (OT) W 69-68 L 88-67 L 67-66

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

at. Providence at. Georgetown at. Providence Georgetown at. Providence Providence at. Villanova at. Syracuse Providence Connecticut at. Syracuse Seton Hall at. Rutgers at. West Virginia Virginia Tech at. Seton Hall at. West Virginia at. Syracuse Syracuse at. Rutgers at. DePaul West Virginia at. Marquette DePaul

L 86-78 W 70-69 L 98-74 W 85-65 L 109-90 W 81-67 W 70-63 W 75-63 L 73-69 (OT) L 78-51 L 72-70 W 55-46 L 58-52 L 65-58 L 83-64 L 59-54 L 65-58 W 63-57 W 67-55 L 39-63 W 97-68 W 72-63 L 55-66 L 67-51

OVERALL RECORD: 12-17

HOME OPENERS Year 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992

Opponent Result Duquesne • W IUP • W East Stroudsburg • W Temple • W Morris Harvey W Northern Kentucky W Youngstown State • W Fairmont State W Ohio W Fairmont State W St. Vincent W West Virginia L American L Penn State L Eastern Kentucky •• L Cleveland State •• W St. Francis (Pa.) W Duquesne •• W Iowa L

Score 91-32 109-45 91-56 77-40 100-70 80-55 80-62 65-29 98-78 100-55 102-69 68-64 61-59 71-73 82-79 77-73 66-46 78-74 70-59

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Duquesne Penn State Duquesne ••• Virginia Robert Morris Robert Morris •••• Lafayette Sacred Heart William & Mary Robert Morris Coppin State Robert Morris Akron California (PA) Ohio Penn State North Florida Youngstown State

• Pitt Tournament

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66-50 66-55 55-53 64-55 62-44 89-49 80-43 68-58 77-72 90-51 75-61 78-59 91-46 71-58 69-55 80-59 61-35 78-58

•• Lady Panthers Invitational

••• Played at the Civic Arena •••• Pittsburgh Panther Invitational

OVERALL RECORD: 27-10

100-POINT GAMES Date 12-12-75 3-12-76 12-15-76 1-22-77 1-15-78 11-27-78 11-22-80 3-27-81 11-22-81 12-5-81 11-22-83 1-24-84 12-6-88 2-8-89 12-18-90 12-7-02 12-29-02

Opponent Result Score IUP W 109-45 Kean W 109-72 at. Mercer W 108-100 C.C.A.C. W 112-25 William Patterson W 100-56 Morris Harvey W 100-70 at. Northern Kentucky W 106-72 Baylor • W 101-81 Niagara W 100-61 Bowie State •• W 112-62 Fairmont State W 100-55 St. Vincent W 102-69 Kent State W 110-82 at. Providence L 105-123 Kent State W 111-97 at. Florida Atlantic W 101-87 Norfolk State W 104-78

• NWIT (National Women’s Invitational Tournament) •• Pitt Tournament

OVERALL RECORD: 16-1

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ARIZONA

AUSTIN PEAY

BOISE STATE

PITTSBURGH LEADS 3-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 At Akron: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 3 Most Pittsburgh Points: 91 (91-46) in 2005-06 Most Akron Points: 63 (72-63) in 1982-83 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 45 (91-46) in 2005-06 Biggest Akron Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Tucson: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 81 (81-80) in 2001-02 (81-58) in 2007-08 Most Arizona Points: 80 (81-80) in 2001-02 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 23 (81-58) in 2007-08 Biggest Arizona Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: 1-0 At Austin Peay: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh 2-0 Most Pittsburgh Points: 76 (76-75) in 2009-10 Most Austin Peay Points: 75 (76-75) in 2009-10 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 22 (75-73) in 2010-09 Biggest Austin Peay Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Boise: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 71 in 2006-07 Most Boise State Points: 70 in 2006-07 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 1 point (71-70) in 200607 Biggest Boise State Win: n/a

Dec. 4, 1982.................H ...................W .................72-63 Nov. 22, 2005..............H ...................W .................91-46 Nov. 29, 2006..............A ...................W .................74-55

Dec. 2, 2001.................A •.................W .................81-80 Nov. 10, 2007..............N ••...............W .................81-58 • Arizona Basketball Classic (Tucson, AZ)

AMERICAN

•• WBCA Classic (University Park, PA)

PITTSBURGH LEADS 3-1 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 2-1 At Washington DC: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 3 Most Pittsburgh Points: 98 (98-61) in 1988-89 Most American Points: 71 (76-71) in 1987-88 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 37 (98-61) in 1988-89 Biggest American Win: 2 (61-59) in 1986-87 Nov. 29, 1986..............H ...................L ....................59-61 Dec. 2, 1987.................A ...................W .................76-71 Dec. 3, 1988.................H ...................W .................98-61 Nov. 24, 2001..............H ...................W .................84-60

ARKANSAS ARKANSAS LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Fayetteville: n/a At Neutral Sites: Arkansas leads 1-0 Current Streak: Arkansas — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 75 (76-75) in 1994-95 Most Arkansas Points: 76 (76-75) in 1994-95 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Arkansas Win: 1 (76-75) in 1994-95 Nov. 25, 1994..............N • ................L ....................75-76

Dec. 20, 2009 .............A ...................W (OT) .......76-75 Dec. 28, 2010 .............H ...................W .................75-53

BALL STATE

BOSTON COLLEGE LEADS 25-15

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Muncie: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 79 (79-69) in 1993-94 Most Ball State Points: 69 (79-69) in 1993-94 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 10 (79-69) in 1993-94 Biggest Ball State Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Boston College leads 11-7 At Chestnut Hill: Boston College leads 14-6 At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 Current Streak: Boston College — 13 Most Pittsburgh Points: 85, twice Most Boston College Points: 91 (91-55) in 198687 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 19 (82-63) in 1993-94 Biggest Boston College Win: 36 (91-55) in 198687

Dec. 30, 1993 .............H • ................W .................79-69 • Lady Panther Invitational

BAYLOR PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0

APPALACHIAN STATE PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

ASHLAND LEADS 2-1

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Appalachian State: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 63 (63-56) in 2009-10 Most Austin Peay Points: 56 (63-56) in 2009-10 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 7 (63-56) in 2009-10 Biggest Appalachian State Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Series tied 1-1 At Ashland: Ashland leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 78 (78-55) in 1975-76 Most Ashland Points: 80 (80-63) in 1974-75 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 23 (78-55) in 1975-76 Biggest Ashland Win: 17 (80-63) in 1974-75

Nov. 27, 2009..............H ...................W .................63-56

Jan. 22, 1975 ..............H ...................L ....................63-80 March 8, 1975 ............A ...................L ....................58-64 Jan. 21, 1976 ..............H ...................W .................78-55

• Pitt Thanksgiving Tournament

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PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

• UNLV 7-UP Desert Classic (Las Vegas, NV)

ASHLAND

Nov. 25, 2006..............N ...................W .................71-70

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Baylor: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 101 (101-81) in 1980-81 Most Baylor Points: 81 (101-81) in 1980-81 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 20 (101-81) in 1980-81 Biggest Baylor Win: n/a March 27, 1981 .........N • ................W ............. 101-81 March 24, 2008 .........N ••...............W .................67-59 • National Women’s Invitational Tournament (Amarillo, TX) •• NCAA Second Round (Albuquerque, NM)

Jan. 31, 1983 ..............A ...................W .................70-62 Feb. 25, 1984 ..............A ...................W .................62-48 Jan. 16, 1985 ..............A ...................W .................53-52 Feb. 16, 1985 ..............H ...................W .................70-61 Jan. 9, 1986 .................H ...................L ....................57-69 Feb. 8, 1986 .................A ...................L ....................57-71 Jan. 10, 1987 ..............A ...................L ....................55-91 Feb. 11, 1987 ..............H ...................L ....................52-60 Jan. 7, 1988 .................A ...................L ....................44-70 Feb. 6, 1988 .................H ...................L (OT) ..........67-75 Jan. 14, 1989 ..............A ...................L ....................58-67 Feb. 15, 1989 ..............H ...................L ....................65-69 Jan. 13, 1990 ..............H ...................W .................85-76 Feb. 14, 1990 ..............A ...................L ....................58-77 Jan. 19, 1991 ..............A ...................W .................74-70 Feb. 20, 1991 ..............H ...................W .................85-70 March 2, 1991 ............N (BET) ......W .................82-78 Jan. 18, 1992 ..............A ...................W .................65-62 Feb. 19, 1992 ..............H ...................L ....................63-67 March 6, 1992 ............N (BET) ......W .................70-59 Jan. 19, 1993 ..............H ...................W .................69-64 Feb. 20, 1993 ..............A ...................L ....................57-59


Series Results Jan. 3, 1994 .................A ...................W .................82-63 Jan. 30, 1994 ..............H ...................W .................74-65 Jan. 14, 1995 ..............H ...................W .................71-63 Feb. 11, 1995 ..............A ...................L ....................53-69 Jan. 20, 1996 ..............H ...................W .................72-69 Jan. 15, 1997 ..............A ...................L ....................66-70 Feb. 22, 1997 ..............H ...................L ....................59-84 Jan. 21, 1998 ..............A ...................L ....................64-75 Feb. 13, 1999 ..............H ...................L ....................65-86 Feb. 23, 1999 ..............A ...................L ....................66-72 Jan. 29, 2000 ..............A ...................L ....................54-85 Feb. 20, 2000 ..............H ...................L ....................52-66 Feb. 24, 2001 ..............A ...................L (OT) ..........63-65 Jan. 12, 2002 ..............H ...................L ....................57-81 Feb. 16, 2002 ..............A ...................L ....................37-64 Feb. 22, 2003 ..............H ...................L ....................52-78 Feb. 5, 2004 .................A ...................L ....................44-79 Jan. 29, 2005 ..............A ...................L ....................55-72 (BET) Big East Tournament

BOSTON UNIVERSITY PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Boston: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 75 (75-74) in 1982-83 Most Boston Points: 74 (75-74) in 1982-83 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 1 (75-74) in 1982-83 Biggest Boston Win: n/a Jan. 23, 1983 ..............H ...................W .................75-74

BOWIE STATE PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Bowie: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 112 (112-62) in 1981-82 Most Bowie State Points: 62 (112-62) in 1981-82 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 50 (112-62) in 1981-82 Biggest Bowie State Win: n/a Dec. 5, 1981.................H • ................W ............. 112-62 • Pitt Tournament

BUCKNELL BUCKNELL LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: Bucknell leads 1-0 At Lewisburg: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Bucknell — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 57 (58-57) in 2001-02 Most Bucknell Points: 58 (58-57) in 2001-02 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Bucknell Win: 1 (58-57) in 2001-02 Nov. 20, 2001..............H ...................L ....................57-58

CAL POLY PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Cal Poly: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 83 (83-58) in 2007-08 Most Cal Poly Points: 58 (83-58) in 2007-08 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 25 (83-58) in 2007-08 Biggest Cal Poly Win: n/a Dec. 18, 2007 .............H ...................W .................83-58

CALIFORNIA-BERKELEY CALIFORNIA-BERKELEY LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Berkeley: n/a At Neutral Sites: California leads 1-0 Current Streak: California — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 35 (40-35) in 1998-99 Most California Points: 40 (40-35) in 1998-99 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest California Win: 5 (40-35) in 1998-99 Dec. 20, 1998 .............N • ................L ....................35-40 • Oakland Tribune Classic (Oakland, CA)

CALIFORNIA-IRVINE CALIFORNIA-IRVINE LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Irvine: Cal-Irvine leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Cal-Irvine — 1

Most Pittsburgh Points: 70 (74-70) in 2000-01 Most Cal-Irvine Points: 74 (74-70) in 2000-01 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Cal-Irvine Win: 4 (74-70) in 2000-01

CENTRAL CONN. STATE PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At New Britain: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 75 (75-59) in 2003-04 Most Central Connecticut State Points: 59 (75-59) in 2003-04 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 16 (75-59) in 2003-04 Biggest Central Connecticut State Win: n/a

Dec. 28, 2000 .............A ...................L ....................70-74

CALIFORNIA (PA) PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At California: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 71 (71-58) in 2006-07 Most California Points: 58 (71-58) in 2006-07 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 13 (71-58) in 2006-07 Biggest California Win: n/a

Nov. 28, 2003..............H ...................W .................75-59

CENTRAL MISSOURI CENTRAL MISSOURI LEADS 1-0

Nov. 15, 2006..............H ...................W .................71-58

CAMPBELL PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Buies Creek: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 70 (70-60) in 1999-2000 Most Campbell Points: 60 (70-60) in 1999-2000 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 10 (70-60) in 1999-2000 Biggest Campbell Win: n/a Dec. 29, 1999 .............N • ................W .................70-60 • Georgia Tech/Atlanta Marriott Invitational (Atlanta, GA)

CANISIUS PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Buffalo: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 80 (80-53) in 1993-94 Most Canisius Points: 53 (80-53) in 1993-94 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 27 (80-53) in 1993-94 Biggest Canisius Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Warrensburg: n/a At Neutral Sites: Central Missouri leads 1-0 Current Streak: Central Missouri — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 59 (61-59) in 1977-78 Most Central Missouri Points: 61 (61-59) in 197778 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Central Missouri Win: 2 (61-59) in 197778 Dec. 16, 1977 .............N • ................L ....................59-61 • Mississippi Invitational (Oxford, MS)

CENTRAL MICHIGAN PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Mount Pleasant: 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 94 (94-78) in 2010-11 Most Central Michigan Points: 78 (78-94) in 2010-11 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 16 (94-78) in 2010-11 Biggest Central Michigan Win: n/a Dec. 31, 2010 .............A ..................W .................94-78

Dec. 29, 1993 .............H • ................W .................80-53 • Lady Panther Invitational

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Series Results CENTRAL STATE PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Wilberforce: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 95 (95-46) in 1983-84 Most Central State Points: 46 (95-46) in 1983-84 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 49 (95-46) in 1983-84 Biggest Central State Win: n/a Dec. 3, 1983.................H ...................W .................95-46

COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Charleston: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 69 (69-53) in 1978-79 Most Charleston Points: 53 (69-53) in 1978-79 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 16 (69-53) in 1978-79 Biggest Charleston Win: n/a Dec. 22, 1978 .............N • ................W .................69-53 •• Carolina Christmas Classic (Chapel Hill, NC)

Most Pittsburgh Points: 85 (85-68) in 2007-08 Most Charlotte Points: 68 (85-68) in 2007-08 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 17 (85-68) in 2007-08 Biggest Charlotte Win: n/a Nov. 9, 2007 .................N • ................W .................85-68

Nov. 30, 1979..............A ...................W .................57-56 Dec. 10, 1980 .............H ...................W .................77-65

CHARLOTTE PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Charlotte: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1

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•• Burger King Classic (Miami, FL)

CHEYNEY STATE CHEYNEY STATE LEADS 8-0 At Pittsburgh: Cheyney State leads 4-0 At Cheyney: Cheyney State leads 2-0 At Neutral Sites: Cheyney State leads 2-0 Current Streak: Cheyney State — 8 Most Pittsburgh Points: 59 (85-59) in 1981-82 Most Cheyney State Points: 97 (97-56) in 198283 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Cheyney Win: 41 (97-56) in 1982-83 Dec. 14, 1975 .............H • ................L ....................32-47 Feb. 14, 1976 ..............A ...................L ....................44-77 March 11, 1976 .........N ••...............L ....................50-62 Feb. 15, 1979 ..............H ...................L ....................49-61 March 2, 1979 ............N ••...............L ....................46-62 Dec. 7, 1980.................H • ................L ....................55-65 Jan. 30, 1982 ..............A ...................L ....................59-85 Jan. 16, 1983 ..............H ...................L ....................56-97 •• EAIAW Regional Championships

CINCINNATI PITTSBURGH LEADS 9-2 At Pittsburgh: Series tied 3-2 At Cincinnati: Pittsburgh leads 4-0 At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 8 Most Pittsburgh Points: 86 (86-61) in 2007-08 Most Cincinnati Points: 85 (85-59) in 1982-83 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 31 (79-48) in 2010-11 Biggest Cincinnati Win: 26 (85-59) in 1982-83 Dec. 5, 1982.................H ...................L ....................59-85 Nov. 28, 1999..............A ...................W .................58-55 March 16, 2000 .........H • ................L ....................60-76 Feb. 4, 2006 .................A ...................W .................64-63 March 4, 2006 ............N (BET) ......W .................77-62 Feb. 13, 2007 ..............H ...................W .................55-44 March 3, 2007 ............N (BET) ......W .................76-71 Jan. 12, 2008 ..............A ...................W .................86-61

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• Lady Panther Invitational

(BET) Big East Tournament

CC ALLEGHANNY COUNTY

CLEMSON

PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Charleston: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 77 (77-65) in 1980-81 Most Charleston Points: 65 (77-65) in 1980-81 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 12 (77-65) in 1980-81 Biggest Charleston Win: n/a

Dec. 28, 1989 .............N ••...............W .................80-52 Dec. 28, 1992 .............H • ................W .................83-69

• WBCA Classic (University Park, PA)

• Pitt Tournament

CHARLESTON (WV)

Feb. 2, 2009 .................H ...................W .................68-53 Feb. 27, 2010 ..............A ...................W .................72-60 Feb. 1, 2011 .................H ...................W .................79-48

CLEMSON LEADS 4-2 At Pittsburgh: Series tied 1-1 At Clemson: Clemson leads 2-0 At Neutral Sites: Series tied 1-1 Current Streak: Clemson — 3 Most Pittsburgh Points: 72, twice Most Clemson Points: 94 (94-72) in 1983-84 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 11 (72-61) in 1976-77 Biggest Clemson Win: 22 (94-72) in 1983-84 Dec. 17, 1976 .............N • ................W .................72-61 Dec. 21, 1978 .............N ••...............L ....................68-75 Dec. 6, 1981.................H ••• .............W .................67-64 Jan. 23, 1984 ..............A ...................L ....................72-94 Dec. 21, 2003 .............H ...................L ....................47-62 Dec. 11, 2004 .............A ...................L ....................38-51 • Mississippi Invitational (Oxford, MS) •• Carolina Christmas Classic (Chapel Hill, NC) ••• Pitt Tournament

CLEVELAND STATE PITTSBURGH LEADS 11-1 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 6-1 At Cleveland: Pittsburgh leads 4-0 At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 83 (83-69) in 1992-93 Most Cleveland State Points: 78 (78-66) in 198384 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 38 (79-41) in 1978-79 Biggest Cleveland State Win: 12 (78-66) in 198384 Jan. 17, 1979 ..............H ...................W .................79-41 Jan. 23, 1980 ..............A ...................W .................75-64 Feb. 21, 1981 ..............H ...................W .................80-65 Feb. 6, 1982 .................A ...................W .................73-61 Feb. 2, 1983 .................H ...................W (OT) .......75-68 Feb. 22, 1984 ..............H ...................L ....................66-78 Jan. 14, 1987 ..............A ...................W .................72-63 Jan. 25, 1988 ..............H ...................W .................75-62 Dec. 19, 1988 .............A ...................W .................76-65 Nov. 24, 1989..............H • ................W .................77-73

PITTSBURGH LEADS 3-0 At Pittsburgh (H): Pittsburgh leads 2-0 At Pittsburgh (A): Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 3 Most Pittsburgh Points: 112 (112-25) in 1976-77 Most CCAC Points: 37 (75-37) in 1974-75 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 87 (112-25) in 1976-77 Biggest CCAC Win: n/a Jan. 15, 1975 ..............H ...................W .................75-37 Jan. 10, 1976 ..............H ...................W .................82-29 Jan. 22, 1977 ..............A ...................W ............. 112-25

COPPIN STATE SERIES TIED 1-1 At Pittsburgh: Series tied 1-1 At Baltimore: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Coppin State — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 81 (81-35) in 1996-97 Most Coppin State Points: 35 (81-35) in 1996-97 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 46 (81-35) in 1996-97 Biggest Coppin State Win: n/a Dec. 29, 1996 .............H • ................W .................81-35 Nov. 25, 2003..............H ...................L ....................61-75 • Lady Panther Invitational

CONNECTICUT CONNECTICUT LEADS 39-9 At Pittsburgh: Connecticut leads 16-4 At Storrs: Connecticut leads 19-4 At Neutral Sites: Connecticut leads 4-1 Current Streak: Connecticut — 26 Most Pittsburgh Points: 89 (89-59) in 1984-85 Most Connecticut Points: 112 (112-43) in 200102 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 30 (89-59) in 1984-85 Biggest Connecticut Win: 69 (112-43) in 2001-02 Feb. 9, 1983 .................A ...................W .................79-67 Jan. 28, 1984 ..............A ...................W .................78-56


Series Results March 2, 1984 ............N (BET) ......W .................60-57 Jan. 23, 1985 ..............H ...................W .................89-59 Feb. 23, 1985 ..............A ...................W .................62-59 Jan. 18, 1986 ..............A ...................W .................57-53 Feb. 19, 1986 ..............H ...................W .................73-59 Jan. 3, 1987 .................A ...................L ....................56-62 Jan. 31, 1987 ..............H ...................L ....................62-75 Jan. 13, 1988 ..............H ...................L ....................56-62 Feb. 13, 1988 ..............A ...................L ....................54-80 Jan. 7, 1989 .................A ...................L ....................60-90 Feb. 4, 1989 .................H ...................L ....................63-77 Jan. 24, 1990 ..............A ...................L ....................68-81 Feb. 24, 1990 ..............H ...................L (OT) ..........80-82 Jan. 26, 1991 ..............H ...................W .................61-59 Feb. 25, 1991 ..............A ...................L ....................55-79 Jan. 25, 1992 ..............H ...................L ....................53-71 Feb. 26, 1992 ..............A ...................L ....................47-90 March 7, 1992 ............N (BET) ......L ....................50-86 Jan. 24, 1993 ..............A ...................L ....................52-73 Feb. 24, 1993 ..............H ...................W .................76-74 Feb. 4, 1994 .................H ...................L ....................63-80 Feb. 20, 1994 ..............A ...................L ....................59-83 Jan. 2, 1995 .................A ...................L ................ 67-100 Feb. 16, 1995 ..............H ...................L ....................43-71 March 5, 1995 ............N (BET) ......L ....................63-95 Jan. 27, 1996 ..............A ...................L ....................52-91 March 4, 1996 ............N (BET) ......L ....................51-83 Dec. 7, 1996.................H ...................L ....................51-78 Feb. 19, 1997 ..............A ...................L ................ 71-103 Jan. 14, 1998 ..............H ...................L ....................46-83 Jan. 7, 1999 .................H ...................L ................ 52-106 Jan. 31, 1999 ..............A ...................L ....................43-79 Jan. 15, 2000 ..............A ...................L ....................36-88 Jan. 20, 2001 ..............H ...................L ....................43-83 Jan. 2, 2002 .................A ...................L ................ 43-112 Jan. 25, 2003 ..............H ...................L ....................55-76 Feb. 17, 2003 ..............A (BET) .......L ....................42-97 Jan. 26, 2005 ..............H ...................L ....................53-89 Feb. 22, 2005 ..............A ...................L ....................49-97 Jan. 21, 2006 ..............H ...................L ....................54-65 Feb. 17, 2007 ..............A ...................L ....................68-82 Feb. 17, 2008 ..............H ...................L ....................64-90 March 10, 2008 .........N (BET) ......L ....................47-74 Feb. 15, 2009 ..............A ...................L ....................42-95 Jan. 30, 2010 ..............H ...................L ....................56-98 Jan. 22, 2011 ..............A ...................L ....................46-66 (BET) Big East Tournament

DAYTON

DEPAUL

DAYTON LEADS 1-0

DEPAUL LEADS 5-4

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Dayton: n/a At Neutral Sites: Dayton leads 1-0 Current Streak: Dayton — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 61 (79-61) in 1982-83 Most Dayton Points: 79 (79-61) in 1982-83 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Dayton Win: 18 (79-61) in 1982-83

At Pittsburgh: Series tied 2-2 At Chicago: DePaul leads 2-1 At Neutral Sites: Series tied 1-1 Current Streak: DePaul — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 97 (97-68) in 2007-08 Most DePaul Points: 84 (85-84) in 1980-81 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 29 (97-68) in 2007-08 Biggest DePaul Win: 16 (67-51) in 2010-11

Dec. 30, 1982 .............N • ................L ....................61-79

Dec. 6, 1980.................H • ................W (OT) .......85-84 Jan. 3, 2006 .................A ...................L ....................75-81 March 5, 2006 ............N (BET) ......L ....................46-69 Feb. 24, 2007 ..............H ...................W .................87-80 Jan. 6, 2008 .................A ...................W .................97-68 Jan. 10, 2009 ..............H ...................L ....................62-69 March 8, 2009 ............N (BET) ......W .................62-59 Feb. 23, 2010 ..............A ...................L ....................57-68 Dec. 7, 2010.................H ...................L ....................51-67

• Dial Christmas Classic (Miami, FL)

DELAWARE PITTSBURGH LEADS 4-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 3-0 At Newark: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 4 Most Pittsburgh Points: 82 (82-69) in 2005-06 Most Delaware Points: 69 twice Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 17, twice Biggest Delaware Win: n/a Feb. 12, 1979 ..............A ...................W .................77-69 Nov. 26, 1989..............H • ................W .................73-56 Dec. 29, 1992 .............H • ................W .................68-51 Nov. 30, 2005..............H •• ...............W .................82-69 • Lady Panther Invitational •• Women’s National Invitational Tournament

DELAWARE STATE PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Dover: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 65 (65-36) in 2000-01 Most Delaware State Points: 36 (65-36) in 200001 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 29 (65-36) in 2000-01 Biggest Delaware State Win: n/a Dec. 9, 2000.................H ...................W .................65-36

• Pitt Tournament (BET) Big East Tournament

DETROIT SERIES TIED 2-2 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 At Detroit: Detroit leads 2-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Detroit — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 79 (79-65) in 1980-81 Most Detroit Points: 86 (86-66) in 1984-85 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 14 (79-65) in 1980-81 Biggest Detroit Win: 20 (86-66) in 1984-85 Jan. 10, 1981 ..............H ...................W .................79-65 Feb. 7, 1982 .................A ...................L ....................59-70 Feb. 5, 1983 .................H ...................W .................66-58 Dec. 29, 1984 .............A ...................L ....................66-86

DUKE DUKE LEADS 3-0 At Pittsburgh: 0-1 At Durham: n/a At Neutral Sites: Duke leads 2-0 Current Streak: Duke — 3 Most Pittsburgh Points: 51 (51-72) in 2006-07 Most Duke Points: 93 (55-93) in 2010-11 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Duke Win: 38 (93-55) in 2010-11

Dec. 21, 2006 .............N • ................L ....................51-72 Dec. 8, 2007.................N ••...............L ....................49-51 Nov. 24, 2010..............H ...................L ....................55-93 • Caribbean Classic (Cancun, Mexico) •• Maggie Dixon Classic (MSG, New York)

DUQUESNE PITTSBURGH LEADS 19-10 At Pittsburgh (H): Pittsburgh leads 11-3 At Duquesne (A): Pittsburgh leads 7-5 At Neutral Sites: Duquesne leads 2-1 Current Streak: Duquesne — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 96 (96-84) in 1984-85 Most Duquesne Points: 92 (92-80) in 2003-04 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 59 (91-32) in 1974-75 Biggest Duquesne Win: 12 (92-80) in 2003-04 Dec. 6, 1974.................H • ................W .................91-32 Dec. 5, 1979.................H ...................W .................72-37 Feb. 1, 1984 .................H ...................W .................84-55 Feb. 9, 1985 .................H ...................W .................96-84 Dec. 11, 1986 .............A ...................W .................69-68 Dec. 11, 1987 .............H ...................W .................85-69 Dec. 28, 1988 .............A ...................W .................79-70 Dec. 9, 1989.................H ...................W .................88-51 Nov. 29, 1990..............A ...................W .................80-68 Nov. 30, 1991..............H •• ...............W .................78-74 Dec. 1, 1992.................A ...................W .................80-67 Nov. 27, 1993..............H ...................W .................66-50 Nov. 30, 1994..............A ...................W .................74-71 Nov. 29, 1995..............N ••• .............L ....................53-55 Dec. 21, 1996 .............N ••• .............W .................74-59 Feb. 5, 1998 .................N ••• .............L ....................62-68 Dec. 4, 1998.................A ...................L ....................58-65 Jan. 1, 2000 .................H ...................W (OT) .......62-57 Nov. 29, 2000..............A ...................L ....................59-67 Dec. 8, 2001.................H ...................L ....................54-63 Dec. 3, 2002.................A ...................L ....................60-62 Dec. 3, 2003.................H ...................L ....................80-92 Dec. 7, 2004.................A ...................L ....................71-82 Nov. 30, 2005..............H ...................W .................82-69 Nov. 19, 2006..............A ...................W .................61-56 Dec. 22, 2007 .............H ...................W .................72-54 Dec. 3, 2008.................A ...................W .................66-47 Dec. 29, 2009 .............H ...................L ....................72-63 Dec. 31, 2010 .............A ...................L ....................62-70 • Pitt Tournament •• Lady Panther Invitational ••• Played at Civic Arena (Pittsburgh, PA)

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EAST STROUDSBURG

ELON

FEDERAL CITY

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Greenville: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 70 (70-53) in 2006-07 Most ECU Points: 53 (70-53) in 2006-07 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 17 (70-53) in 2006-07 Biggest ECU Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At East Stroudsburg: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 91 (91-56) in 1976-77 Most East Stroudsburg Points: 56 (91-56) in 1976-77 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 35 (91-56) in 1976-77 Biggest East Stroudsburg Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Elon: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 84 (84-49) in 2008-09 Most Elon Points: 49 (84-49) in 2008-09 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 35 (84-49) in 2008-09 Biggest Elon Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Federal City: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 89 (89-65) in 1976-77 Most Federal City Points: 65 (89-65) in 1976-77 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 24 (89-65) in 1976-77 Biggest Federal City Win: n/a

Nov. 28, 2008..............H • ................W .................84-49

Feb. 8, 1976 .................H ...................W .................56-52 Jan. 28, 1977 ..............A ...................W .................89-65

Dec. 19, 2006 .............N • ................W .................70-53 • Caribbean Classic (Cancun, Mexico)

March 12, 1976 .........N • ................W .................64-55 Dec. 3, 1976.................H •• ...............W .................91-56 • EAIAW Regional Championships

EASTERN KENTUCKY

•• Pitt Tournament

EASTERN KENTUCKY LEADS 2-1 At Pittsburgh: Series tied 1-1 At Richmond: Eastern Kentucky leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 93 (101-93) in 1986-87 Most Eastern Kentucky Points: 101 (101-93) in 1986-87 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 10 (78-68) in 2002-03 Biggest Eastern Kentucky Win: 8 (101-93) in 1986-87 Dec. 30, 1986 .............A ...................L ................ 93-101 Nov. 25, 1988..............H • ................L ....................79-82 Dec. 17, 2002 .............H ...................W .................78-68 • Lady Panther Invitational

EASTERN MICHIGAN SERIES TIED 2-2 At Pittsburgh: Series tied 1-1 At Ypsilanti: Series tied 1-1 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 87 (87-76) in 1989-90 Most Eastern Michigan Points: 79 (79-74) in 1979-80 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 14 (73-59) in 1978-79 Biggest Eastern Michigan Win: 8 (75-67) in 198384

EDINBORO SERIES TIED 5-5 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 4-2 At Edinboro: Edinboro leads 3-1 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 87 (87-84) in 1976-77 Most Edinboro Points: 84 (87-84) in 1976-77 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 21 (75-54) in 1979-80 Biggest Edinboro Win: 26 (69-43) in 1978-79 Jan. 25, 1975 ..............A ...................L ....................63-76 Jan. 28, 1976 ..............H ...................L ....................56-64 Feb. 2, 1977 .................A ...................L ....................66-77 Feb. 24, 1977 ..............H ...................W .................87-84 Dec. 5, 1977.................H • ................W .................77-74 Feb. 22, 1978 ..............H ...................W .................80-64 Dec. 10, 1978 .............H • ................L ....................48-67 Jan. 31, 1979 ..............A ...................L ....................43-69 Jan. 16, 1980 ..............H ...................W .................75-54 Jan. 28, 1981 ..............A ...................W .................58-50 • Pitt Tournament

Feb. 3, 1979 .................H ...................W .................73-59 Jan. 20, 1980 ..............A ...................L (OT) ..........74-79 Dec. 30, 1983 .............H ...................L ....................67-75 Dec. 19, 1989 .............A ...................W .................87-76

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• Pitt Thanksgiving Tournament

FAIRFIELD

FLORIDA

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-1

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Fairfield: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 66 (66-62) in 1981-82 Most Fairfield Points: 62 (66-62) in 1981-82 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 4 (66-62) in 1981-82 Biggest Fairfield Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 At Gainesville: Florida leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 83 (90-83) in 2008-09 Most Florida Points: 90 (90-83) in 2008-09 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 23 (81-58) in 2009-10 Biggest Florida Win: 7 (90-83) in 2008-09

Dec. 30, 1981 .............N • ................W .................66-62

Dec. 20, 1984 .............H ...................W .................72-68 Dec. 21, 2008 .............A ...................L ....................83-90 Nov. 20, 2009..............H ...................W .................81-58

• LaSalle Tournament (Philadelphia, PA)

FAIRMONT STATE PITTSBURGH LEADS 3-0

FLORIDA A&M

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 At Fairmont: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 3 Most Pittsburgh Points: 100 (100-55) in 1983-84 Most Fairmont State Points: 59 (79-59) in 198283 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 45 (100-55) in 1983-84 Biggest Fairmont State Win: n/a

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

Nov. 18, 1981..............H ...................W .................65-29 Nov. 19, 1982..............A ...................W .................79-59 Nov. 22, 1983..............H ...................W ............. 100-55

Dec. 19, 2008 .............A ...................W .................89-59

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Talahassee: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 89 (89-59) in 2008-09 Most A&M Points: 59 (89-59) in 2008-09 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 36 (89-59) in 2008-09 Biggest A&M Win: n/a


Series Results FLORIDA ATLANTIC

FROSTBURG STATE

GEORGETOWN

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 27-21

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Boca Raton: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 101 (101-87) in 2002-03 Most Florida Atlantic Points: 87 (101-87) in 200203 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 14 (101-87) in 2002-03 Biggest Florida Atlantic Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Frostburg: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 68 (68-29) in 1974-75 Most Frostburg State Points: 29 (68-29) in 197475 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 39 (68-29) in 1974-75 Biggest Frostburg State Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 16-8 At Washington DC: Pittsburgh leads 11-10 At Neutral Sites: Georgetown leads 3-0 Current Streak: Georgetown — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 91 (91-72) in 2002-03 Most Georgetown Points: 88 (88-77) in 1991-92 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 40 (90-50) in 1984-85 Biggest Georgetown Win: 20 (76-56) in 2000-01

Dec. 7, 2002.................A •.................W ............. 101-87

Feb. 15, 1975 ..............H ...................W .................68-29

• Radisson Suites Roundball Classic (Boca Raton, FL)

FURMAN FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL SERIES TIED 1-1 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Miami: Florida International leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Florida International — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 76 (76-71) in 1989-90 Most FIU Points: 80 (80-65) in 1997-98 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 5 (76-71) in 1989-90 Biggest FIU Win: 15 (80-65) in 1997-98 Dec. 29, 1989 .............N • ................W .................76-71 Dec. 27, 1997 .............A •• ...............L ....................65-80 • Burger King Classic (Miami, FL) •• Florida International Tournament (Miami, FL)

FORDHAM PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Bronx: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 62 (62-48) in 2003-04 Most Fordham Points: 51 (58-51) in 2004-05 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 14 (62-48) in 2003-04 Biggest Fordham Win: n/a Dec. 31, 2003 .............H ...................W .................62-48 Dec. 30, 2004 .............A ...................W .................58-51

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Greenville: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 75 (75-45) in 2002-03 Most Furman Points: 45 (75-45) in 2002-03 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 30 (75-45) in 2002-03 Biggest Furman Win: n/a Nov. 25, 2002..............H ...................W .................75-45

GEORGE MASON PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Fairfax: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 73 (73-68) in 1991-92 Most George Mason Points: 68 (73-68) in 199192 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 5 (73-68) in 1991-92 Biggest George Mason Win: n/a Nov. 23, 1991..............N • ................W .................73-68 • Hoss’s/Red Flash Classic (Loretto, PA)

Feb. 18, 1981 ..............H ...................W .................86-72 Feb. 17, 1982 ..............A ...................L ....................67-79 Feb. 16, 1983 ..............H ...................W .................75-59 March 4, 1983 ............N (BET) ......L ....................60-61 Jan. 10, 1984 ..............H ...................W .................81-64 Dec. 15, 1984 .............H ...................W .................69-68 Jan. 26, 1985 ..............A ...................W .................90-50 Jan. 2, 1986 .................H • ................W .................65-55 Jan. 29, 1986 ..............A ...................L ....................69-77 Dec. 13, 1986 .............H ...................L ....................66-67 Jan. 24, 1987 ..............A ...................L ....................53-65 Jan. 16, 1988 ..............A ...................L ....................64-69 Feb. 17, 1988 ..............H ...................W .................76-74 Dec. 10, 1988 .............A ...................W .................70-69 Jan. 28, 1989 ..............H ...................W .................72-58 March 2, 1989 ............N (BET) ......L ....................57-61 Jan. 6, 1990 .................H ...................W .................85-72 Feb. 3, 1990 .................A ...................W .................64-63 Jan. 2, 1991 .................H ...................W .................85-65 Jan. 30, 1991 ..............A ...................L ....................72-80 Jan. 29, 1992 ..............A ...................L ....................77-88 Feb. 29, 1992 ..............H ...................W .................70-67 Jan. 16, 1993 ..............H ...................W .................74-70 Feb. 6, 1993 .................A ...................L ....................74-84 Jan. 12, 1994 ..............A ...................W .................77-58 Feb. 23, 1994 ..............H ...................W .................78-64 Jan. 25, 1995 ..............A ...................W .................70-63 Feb. 8, 1995 .................H ...................W .................80-71 Jan. 17, 1996 ..............A ...................W .................80-74 Jan. 9, 1997 .................A ...................L (OT) ..........64-74 Feb. 5, 1997 .................H ...................L ....................67-84 Feb. 3, 1998 .................H ...................L ....................56-72 Jan. 13, 1999 ..............A ...................L ....................61-80 Feb. 16, 1999 ..............H ...................L ....................71-76 Feb. 27, 1999 ..............N (BET) ......L ....................52-70 Feb. 26, 2000 ..............H ...................W .................77-66 Jan. 24, 2001 ..............H ...................L ....................56-76 Jan. 5, 2002 .................A ...................W .................63-61 Jan. 23, 2002 ..............H ...................L ....................56-73 Jan. 29, 2003 ..............A ...................W .................91-72 Feb. 14, 2004 ..............H ...................L ....................61-72

Jan. 22, 2005 ..............A ...................W .................85-81 Feb. 1, 2006 .................H ...................W .................79-62 Feb. 26, 2007 ..............A ...................W .................68-58 March 3, 2008 ............H ...................W .................70-33 Jan. 27, 2009 ..............A ...................W .................50-39 Feb. 10, 2010 ..............H ...................L ....................63-66 Feb. 23, 2011 ..............A ...................L ....................57-67 (BET) Big East Tournament • Played at Civic Arena (Pittsburgh, PA)

GEORGE WASHINGTON PITTSBURGH LEADS 3-1 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 At Washington DC: Series tied 1-1 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: George Washington — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 92 (92-74) in 1980-81 Most George Washington Points: 74 (92-74) in 1980-81 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 34 (85-51) in 1981-82 Biggest George Washington Win: 2 (63-61) in 1982-83 Jan. 6, 1980 .................H ...................W .................81-57 Feb. 25, 1981 ..............A ...................W .................92-74 Jan. 6, 1982 .................H ...................W .................85-51 Feb. 19, 1983 ..............A ...................L ....................61-63

GEORGIA GEORGIA LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Athens: n/a At Neutral Sites: Georgia leads 1-0 Current Streak: Georgia — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 69 (100-69) in 1980-81 Most Georgia Points: 100 (100-69) in 1980-81 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Georgia Win: 31 (100-69) in 1980-81 March 26, 1981 .........N • ................L ................ 69-100 • National Women’s Invitational Tournament (Amarillo, TX)

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HAMPTON

HAWAII

HOWARD

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

HAWAII LEADS 1-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 6-0

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Atlanta: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 75 (75-69) in 1999-2000 Most Georgia Tech Points: 69 (75-69) in 19992000 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 6 (75-69) in 1999-2000 Biggest Georgia Tech Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Hampton: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 86 (86-65) in 1999-2000 Most Hampton Points: 65 (86-65) in 1999-2000 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 21 (86-65) in 1999-2000 Biggest Hampton Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Honolulu: Hawaii leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Hawaii — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 34 (65-34) in 1996-97 Most Hawaii Points: 65 (65-34) in 1996-97 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Hawaii Win: 31 (65-34) in 1996-97

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 4-0 At Washington D.C.: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 6 Most Pittsburgh Points: 94 (94-75) in 2002-03 Most Howard Points: 75, twice Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 19 (94-75) in 2002-03 Biggest Howard Win: n/a

Dec. 11, 1999 .............A ...................W .................86-65

Nov. 29, 1996..............A •.................L ....................34-65

Jan. 16, 1978 ..............H ...................W .................62-46 Dec. 2, 1978.................A ...................W .................78-75 Jan. 5, 1980 .................H ...................W .................64-56 Feb. 13, 1981 ..............A ...................W .................66-50 Feb. 3, 1982 .................H ...................W .................77-59 Dec. 31, 2002 .............H ...................W .................94-75

Dec. 30, 1999 .............A •.................W .................75-69

• Wahine Classic (Honolulu, HI)

• Georgia Tech/Atlanta Marriott NW Holiday Tournament (Atlanta,

HARTFORD

GA)

HARTFORD LEADS 2-0 GLASSBORO STATE PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Glassboro: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 74 (74-63) in 1975-76 Most Glassboro State Points: 63 (74-63) in 197576 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 11 (74-63) in 1975-76 Biggest Glassboro State Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Hartford leads 1-0 At Hartford: n/a At Neutral Sites: Hartford leads 1-0 Current Streak: Hartford — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 65 (67-65) in 1991-92 Most Hartford Points: 67 (67-65) in 1991-92 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Hartford Win: 6 (60-54) in 2003-04 Dec. 29, 1991 .............N • ................L ....................65-67 Dec. 6, 2003.................H ...................L ....................54-60 • Seel-Bach Cardinal Tournament (Louisville, KY)

Dec. 13, 1975 .............H • ................W .................74-63

HARVARD

• Pitt Tournament

GONZAGA PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Spokane: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 89 (89-77) in 1993-94 Most Gonzaga Points: 77 (89-77) in 1993-94 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 12 (89-77) in 1993-94 Biggest Gonzaga Win: n/a

HIGH POINT LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At High Point: n/a At Neutral Sites: High Point leads 1-0 Current Streak: High Point — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 61 (87-61) in 1978-79 Most High Point Points: 87 (87-61) in 1978-79 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest High Point Win: 26 (87-61) in 1978-79 Dec. 23, 1978 ............N • ................L ....................61-87 • North Carolina Tournament (Chapel Hill, NC)

HOUSTON

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

HOUSTON LEADS 1-0

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Harvard: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 70 (70-54) in 2007-08 Most Harvard Points: 54 (70-54) in 2007-08 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 16 (70-54) in 2007-08 Biggest Harvard Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Houston: n/a At Neutral Sites: Houston leads 1-0 Current Streak: Houston — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 51 (111-51) in 1990-91 Most Houston Points: 111 (111-51) in 1990-91 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Houston Win: 60 (111-51) in 1990-91

Nov. 30, 2007..............N • ................W .................70-54

Dec. 2, 1990.................N • ................L ................ 51-111

• Marshall Classic (Huntington, WV)

• Buckeye Classic (Columbus, OH)

March 24, 1994 .........N • ................W .................89-77 March 23, 2009 .........N ••...............W .................65-60 • National Women’s Invitational Tournament (Amarillo, TX) •• NCAA Tournament (Schic, WA)

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IMMACULATA IMMACULATA LEADS 3-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Immaculata: Immaculata leads 2-0 At Neutral Sites: Immaculata leads 1-0 Current Streak: Immaculata — 3 Most Pittsburgh Points: 75 (82-75) in 1977-78 Most Immaculata Points: 93 (93-71) in 1997-78 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Immaculata Win: 22 (93-71) in 1997-98 Feb. 19. 1977 ..............A ...................L ....................74-81 Feb. 27, 1978 ..............A ...................L ....................75-82 March 3, 1978 ............N • ................L ....................71-93 • EAIAW Regional Championships


Series Results INDIANA

JAMES MADISON

KENTUCKY

LAFAYETTE

INDIANA LEADS 4-3

PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0

KENTUCKY LEADS 1-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 2-1 At Bloomington: Indiana leads 2-0 At Neutral Sites: Series tied 1-1 Current Streak: Indiana — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 70 (70-65) in 1980-81 Most Indiana Points: 69 (69-59) 1981-82 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 26 (62-36) in 1978-79 Biggest Indiana Win: 10, twice

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 At Harrisonburg: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 71 (71-61) in 2006-07 Most JMU Points: 61 (71-61) in 2006-07 61 (69-61) in 2007-08 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 10 (71-61) in 2006-07 Biggest JMU Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Lexington: n/a At Neutral Sites: Kentucky leads 1-0 Current Streak: Kentucky — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 61 (67-61) in 1976-77 Most Kentucky Points: 67 (67-61) in 1976-77 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Kentucky Win: 6 (67-61) in 1976-77

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Lafayette: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 80 (80-43) in 1999-2000 Most Lafayette Points: 43 (80-43) in 1999-2000 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 37 (80-43) in 1999-2000 Biggest Lafayette Win: n/a

Dec. 16, 1976 .............N • ................L ....................61-67

Nov. 21, 1999..............H ...................W .................80-43

March 18, 2007 .........H • ................W .................71-61 Dec. 29, 2007 .............N ••...............W .................69-61

• Mississippi Invitational (Oxford, MS)

Dec. 8, 1978.................H • ................W .................62-36 Dec. 22, 1979 .............N ••...............L ....................56-66 Feb. 3, 1980 .................A ...................L ....................47-53 Dec. 13, 1980 .............H ...................W .................70-65 Dec. 19, 1980 .............N ••...............W .................64-63 Jan. 20, 1982 ..............A ...................L ....................59-69 Nov. 26, 1983..............H ...................L ....................63-65 • Pitt Tournament •• Carolina Christmas Classic (Chapel Hill, NC)

• NCAA Tournament (Pittsburgh, PA)

PITTSBURGH LEADS 4-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 3-0 At Indiana: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 4 Most Pittsburgh Points: 109 (109-45) in 1975-76 Most IUP Points: 56 (72-56) in 1979-80 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 64 (109-45) in 1975-76 Biggest IUP Win: n/a Feb. 25, 1975 ..............A ...................W .................72-47 Dec. 12, 1975 .............H • ................W ............. 109-45 Feb. 25, 1976 ..............H ...................W .................56-39 Dec. 8, 1979.................H • ................W .................72-56 • Pitt Tournament

IOWA IOWA LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: Iowa leads 1-0 At Iowa City: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Iowa — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 59 (70-59) in 1992-93 Most Iowa Points: 70 (70-59) in 1992-93 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Iowa Win: 11 (70-59) in 1992-93

PITTSBURGH LEADS 7-1

PITTSBURGH LEADS 8-5 KANSAS STATE KANSAS STATE LEADS 1-0

INDIANA (PA)

LA SALLE

KENT STATE

•• Wagner Tournament (Staten Island, NY)

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Manhattan: Kansas State leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Kansas State — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 63 (79-63) in 1981-82 Most Kansas State Points: 79 (79-63) in 1981-82 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Kansas State Win: 16 (79-63) in 1981-82 Nov. 27, 1981..............A •.................L ....................63-79 • Converse Classic (Manhattan, KS)

KEAN PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Union: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 109 (109-72) in 1975-76 Most Kean Points: 72 (109-72) in 1975-76 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 37 (109-72) in 1975-76 Biggest Kean Win: n/a March 12, 1976 .........N • ................W ............. 109-72 • EAIAW Regional Championship

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 5-2 At Kent: Series tied 3-3 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Kent State — 3 Most Pittsburgh Points: 111 (111-97) in 1990-91 Most Kent State Points: 97 (111-97) in 1990-91 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 60 (98-38) in 1976-77 Biggest Kent State Win: 29 (88-59) in 1985-86 Jan. 19, 1977 ..............H ...................W .................98-38 Dec. 9, 1981.................H ...................L ....................67-72 Dec. 1, 1982.................A ...................W .................59-58 Dec. 17, 1983 .............H ...................W .................73-71 Dec. 10, 1985 .............A ...................L ....................59-88 Dec. 17, 1986 .............H ...................W .................73-63 Dec. 20, 1987 .............A ...................W .................81-69 Dec. 6, 1988.................H ...................W ............. 110-82 Jan. 10, 1990 ..............A ...................W .................77-66 Dec. 18, 1990 .............H ...................W ............. 111-97 Dec. 22, 1992 .............A ...................L ....................61-77 Dec. 1, 1999.................H ...................L ....................68-76 Nov. 25, 2000..............A ...................L (OT) ..........67-77

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 4-0 At La Salle: Pittsburgh leads 3-1 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 99 (99-81) in 1977-78 Most La Salle Points: 81 (99-81) in 1977-78 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 18, twice Biggest La Salle Win: 3 (58-55) in 1981-82 Jan. 12, 1977 ..............H ...................W .................73-60 Jan. 30, 1978 ..............A ...................W .................99-81 Jan. 10, 1979 ..............H ...................W .................71-57 Feb. 9, 1980 .................A ...................W .................78-66 Jan. 7, 1981 .................H ...................W .................89-77 Dec. 29, 1981 .............A •.................L ....................55-58 Jan. 29, 1982 ..............A ...................W .................62-60 Jan. 12, 1983 ..............H ...................W .................85-67 • LaSalle Tournament (Philadelphia, PA)

LIBERTY PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Lynchburg: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 54 (54-47) in 2006-07 Most Liberty Points: 47 (54-47) in 2006-07 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 7 (54-47) in 2006-07 Biggest Liberty Win: n/a Dec. 20, 2006 .............N • ................W .................54-47 • Caribbean Classic

Dec. 4, 1992.................H ...................L ....................59-70

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LOUISVILLE

MARQUETTE

MARYLAND

PITTSBURGH LEADS 4-1

LOUISVILLE LEADS 6-2

MARQUETTE LEADS 7-2

MARYLAND LEADS 7-1

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 At Lock Haven: Series tied 1-1 At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 4 Most Pittsburgh Points: 90 (90-70) in 1977-78 Most Lock Haven Points: 75 (77-75) in 1976-77 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 20 (90-70) in 1977-78 Biggest Lock Haven Win: 6 (60-54) in 1975-76

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 2-1 At Louisville: Louisville leads 3-0 At Neutral Sites: Series tied 1-1 Current Streak: Louisville — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 76 (76-67) in 2007-08 Most Louisville Points: 79 (79-68) in 2010-11 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 9 (76-67) in 2007-08 Biggest Louisville Win: 25 (75-51) in 2008-09

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 2-1 At Milwaukee: Marquette leads 4-0 At Neutral Sites: Marquette leads 2-0 Current Streak: Marquette — 3 Most Pittsburgh Points: 91 (91-87) in 2006-07 Most Marquette Points: 87 (91-87) in 2006-07 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 32 (86-54) in 2008-09 Biggest Marquette Win: 13 (77-64) in 2005-06

At Pittsburgh: Maryland leads 3-1 At College Park: Maryland leads 4-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 86 (86-57) in 2008-09 Most Maryland Points: 90 (90-77) in 2007-08 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 29 (86-57) in 2008-09 Biggest Maryland Win: 29 (82-53) in 1976-77

Feb. 21, 1976 ..............A ...................L ....................54-60 Feb. 26, 1977 ..............H ...................W .................77-72 March 9, 1977 ............N • ................W .................77-75 Feb. 18, 1978 ..............A ...................W .................90-70 Feb. 17, 1979 ..............H ...................W .................55-48

Feb. 8, 2006 .................H ...................L ....................63-71 Jan. 24, 2007 ..............A ...................L ....................59-72 Jan. 27, 2008 ..............H ...................W .................76-67 Feb. 28, 2009 ..............A ...................L ....................51-75 March 9, 2009 ............N • ................L ....................63-69 Feb. 14, 2010 ..............H ...................W .................72-69 March 5, 2010 ............N • ................L ....................71-79 Jan. 9, 2011 .................A ...................L ....................69-79

Jan. 18, 2006 ..............A ...................L ....................62-71 March 27, 2006 .........A ...................L ....................64-77 Jan. 9, 2007 .................H ...................W (OT) .......91-87 March 4, 2007 ............N ...................L ....................51-61 Feb. 23, 2008 ..............A ...................L ....................69-76 Jan. 30, 2009 ..............H ...................W .................86-54 Jan. 2, 2010 .................A ...................L ....................55-66 Jan. 29, 2011 ..............H ...................L ....................61-65 Mar. 19, 2011 .............N • ................L ....................70-74

Feb. 15, 1977 ..............A ...................L ....................53-82 Feb. 16, 1978 ..............H ...................L ....................68-86 Jan. 24, 1979 ..............A ...................L ....................74-81 Jan. 26, 1980 ..............H ...................L ....................66-67 Jan. 21, 1981 ..............A ...................L ....................72-83 Jan. 23, 1982 ..............H ...................L ....................72-74 Nov. 27, 2007..............A ...................L ....................77-90 Dec. 2, 2008.................H ...................W .................86-57

• EAIAW Regional Championship

LONG BEACH STATE

• Big East Tournament (Hartford, Conn.)

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Long Beach: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 64 (64-62) in 2004-05 Most Long Beach State Points: 62 (64-62) in 2004-05 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 2 (64-62) in 2004-05 Biggest Long Beach State Win: n/a Dec. 3, 2004.................N • ................W .................64-62 • Stony Brook Tournament (Stony Brook, NY)

• Big East Tournament (Hartford, Conn.)

LOYOLA (MD) PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0 At Pittsburgh: 1-0 At Loyola: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 88 (88-75) in 1993-94 Most Loyola Points: 75 (88-75) in 1993-94 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 28 (73-45) in 2010-2011 Biggest Loyola Win: n/a Dec. 5, 1993.................N • ................W .................88-75 Nov. 28, 2010..............H ...................W .................73-45 • MCI First American Classic/Vanderbilt (Nashville, TN)

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT

MARSHALL PITTSBURGH LEADS 3-1 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 At Huntington: Series tied 1-1 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 80 (80-58) in 2009-10 Most Marshall Points: 75 (78-75) in 1985-86 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 22 (80-58) in 2009-10 Biggest Marshall Win: 7 (67-60) in 1986-87 Feb. 25, 1986 ..............H ...................W .................78-75 Dec. 8, 1986.................A ...................L ....................60-67 Dec. 1, 2007.................A ...................W .................70-66 Nov. 28, 2009..............H • ................W .................80-58 • Pitt Thanksgiving Tournament

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Los Angeles: Loyola Marymount leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Loyola Marymount — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 57 (74-57) in 2000-01 Most LMU Points: 74 (74-57) in 2000-01 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest LMU Win: 17 (74-57) in 2000-01 Dec. 30, 2000 .............A ...................L ....................57-74

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UMES PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Princess Anne: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 77 (77-34) in 2000-01 Most Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) Points: 34 (77-34) in 2000-01 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 43 (77-34) in 2000-01 Biggest UMES Win: n/a Dec. 21, 2000 .............H ...................W .................77-34

MASSACHUSETTS PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Amherst: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 65 (65-56) in 1991-92 Most UMass Points: 56 (65-56) in 1991-92 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 9 (65-56) in 1991-92 Biggest UMass Win: n/a Nov. 24, 1991..............N • ................W .................65-56 • Hoss’s/Red Flash Classic (Loretto, PA)


Series Results MERCER

Jan. 22, 2003 ..............H ...................L ....................76-79 Jan. 17, 2004 ..............A ...................L ....................68-77

MICHIGAN STATE

MISSISSIPPI STATE

SERIES TIED 1-1

(BET) Big East Tournament

PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0

MISSISSIPPI STATE LEADS 2-0

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Mercer: n/a At Neutral Sites: Series tied 1-1 Current Streak: Mercer — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 108 (108-100) in 197677 Most Mercer Points: 100 (108-100) in 1976-77 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 8 (108-100) in 1976-77 Biggest Mercer Win: 12 (90-78) in 1979-80

• Dial Christmas Classic (Miami, FL)

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At East Lansing: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 78 (78-56) in 1979-80 Most Michigan State Points: 56 (78-56) in 197980 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 22 (78-56) in 1979-80 Biggest Michigan State Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Starkville: n/a At Neutral Sites: Mississippi State leads 2-0 Current Streak: Mississippi State — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 86 (88-86) in 2001-02 Most Mississippi State Points: 88 (88-86) in 2001-02 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Mississippi State Win: 9 (68-59) in 197778

Dec. 15, 1976 .............N • ................W .......... 108-100 Dec. 20, 1979 .............N ••...............L ....................78-90 • Mississippi Invitational (Oxford, MS) •• North Carolina Tournament (Chapel Hill, NC)

MIAMI (FL) MIAMI LEADS 16-8 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 5-4 At Coral Gables: Miami leads 10-1 At Neutral Sites: Series tied 2-2 Current Streak: Miami — 4 Most Pittsburgh Points: 84 (84-74) in 2000-01 Most Miami Points: 96 (96-69) in 2000-01 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 12 (73-61) in 1994-95 Biggest Miami Win: 28 (89-61) in 1996-97 Dec. 31, 1982 .............N • ................L (2OT) .......75-79 Jan. 11, 1992 ..............H ...................L ....................54-73 Feb. 11, 1992 ..............A ...................L ....................64-79 Jan. 29, 1993 ..............H ...................L ....................50-55 March 1, 1993 ............A ...................L ....................65-77 Jan. 9, 1994 .................H ...................W .................71-66 Feb. 2, 1994 .................A ...................W .................59-53 March 5, 1994 ............N (BET) ......W .................70-60 Jan. 7, 1995 .................H ...................W .................73-61 Feb. 1, 1995 .................A ...................L ....................50-54 Dec. 22, 1995 .............H ...................L ....................63-73 March 2, 1996 ............N (BET) ......W .................52-49 Jan. 6, 1997 .................H ...................W .................64-59 Feb. 12, 1997 ..............A ...................L ....................61-89 March 1, 1997 ............N (BET) ......L ....................50-64 Jan. 24, 1998 ..............A ...................L ....................55-72 Jan. 2, 1999 .................A ...................L ....................60-75 Jan. 10, 1999 ..............H ...................W .................63-61 Feb. 29, 2000 ..............A ...................L ....................60-80 Jan. 30, 2001 ..............H ...................W .................84-74 Feb. 17, 2001 ..............A ...................L ....................69-96 Feb. 2, 2002 .................A ...................L ....................61-77

MIAMI (OH) SERIES TIED 1-1 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Oxford: n/a At Neutral Sites: Miami (OH) leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 75 (75-56) in 1998-99 Most Miami (OH) Points: 70 (70-62) in 1996-97 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 19 (75-56) in 1998-99 Biggest Miami (OH) Win: 8 (70-62) in 1996-97 Dec. 1, 1996.................N • ................L ....................62-70 Nov. 15, 1998..............H •• ...............W .................75-56 • Wahine Classic (Honolulu, HI) •• Pittsburgh Panther Invitational

MICHIGAN PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-1 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Ann Arbor: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: Michigan leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 74 (74-72) in 1991-92 Most Michigan Points: 72 (74-72) in 1991-92 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 2, twice Biggest Michigan Win: 12 (71-59) in 1989-90 Dec. 27, 1989 .............N • ................L ....................59-71 Dec. 17, 1991 .............A ...................W .................74-72 Dec. 19, 1992 .............H ...................W .................64-62 • Pittsburgh Panther Invitational

Jan. 20, 1979 ..............H ...................W .................55-52 Jan. 18, 1980 ..............A ...................W .................78-56

Dec. 17, 1977 .............N • ................L ....................59-68 Dec. 20, 2001 .............N ••...............L ....................86-88 • Mississippi Invitational (Oxford, MS) •• Torneo Cancun de Basquetbol (Cancun, Mexico)

MINNESOTA MINNESOTALEADS 2-2 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Minnesota: Minnesota leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Minnesota-1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 63 (63-73) in 2010-11 Most Minnesota Points: 73 (63-73) in 2010-11 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Minnesota Win: 10 (63-73) in 2010-11 Nov. 17, 2010..............A ..................L ....................63-73

MISSISSIPPI

MISSOURI MISSOURI LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: Missouri leads 1-0 At Columbia: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Missouri — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 60 (69-60) in 2005-06 Most Missouri Points: 69 (69-60) in 2005-06 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Missouri Win: 9 (69-60) in 2005-06 Nov. 27, 2005..............H • ................L ....................60-69 • Pitt Thanksgiving Classic

SERIES TIED 1-1 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Oxford: n/a At Neutral Sites: Mississippi leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 85 (85-76) in 2005-06 Most Mississippi Points: 78 (78-61) in 1978-79 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 19 (85-76) in 2005-06 Biggest Mississippi Win: 17 (78-61) in 1978-79 Nov. 24, 1978..............N • ................L ....................61-78 March 22, 2006 .........H •• ...............W .................85-76 • Tennessee Tech Tip-Off Tournament (Cookeville, TN) •• Women’s National Invitational Tournament

MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Kansas City: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 81 (81-75) in 1987-88 Most UMKC Points: 75 (81-75) in 1987-88 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 6 (81-75) in 1987-88 Biggest UMKC Win: n/a Nov. 27, 1987..............N • ................W .................81-75 • 7-UP Desert Classic (Las Vegas, NV)

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MORGAN STATE

NATIONAL COLLEGE

NORTH CAROLINA

PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

At Pittsburgh: n/a At West Long Branch: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 78 (78-70) in 1981-82 Most Monmouth Points: 70 (78-70) in 1981-82 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 12 (61-49) in 1997-98 Biggest Monmouth Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Baltimore: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 55 (55-43) in 1997-98 Most Morgan State Points: 43 (55-43) in 199798 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 12 (55-43) in 1997-98 Biggest Morgan State Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At National: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 93 (93-39) in 1982-83 Most National College Points: 39 (93-39) in 198283 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 54 (93-39) in 1982-83 Biggest National College Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Chapel Hill: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 79 (79-67) in 1980-81 Most North Carolina Points: 67 (79-67) in 198081 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 12 (79-67) in 1980-81 Biggest North Carolina Win: n/a

Nov. 29, 1997..............H • ................W .................55-43

Nov. 27, 1982..............H ...................W .................93-39

Jan. 2, 1981 .................H ...................W .................79-67

Dec. 28, 1981 .............N • ................W .................78-70 Dec. 28, 1997 .............N ••...............W .................61-49 • LaSalle Tournament (Philadelphia, PA)

• Lady Panther Invitational

•• Florida International Tournament (Miami, FL)

NIAGARA MORRIS HARVEY

MONTANA PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Montana: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 64 (64-35) in 2008-09 Most Monmouth Points: 35 (64-35) in 2008-09 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 29 (64-35) in 2008-09 Biggest Monmouth Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Morris Harvey: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 100 (100-70) in 1978-79 Most Morris Harvey Points: 70 (100-70) in 197879 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 30 (100-70) in 1978-79 Biggest Morris Harvey Win: n/a

March 21, 2009 .........N • ................W .................64-35

Nov. 27, 1978..............H ...................W ............. 100-70

PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Greensboro: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 86 (86-71) in 2004-05 Most North Carolina A&T Points: 71 (86-71) in 2004-05 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 15 (86-71) in 2004-05 Biggest North Carolina A&T Win: n/a

Dec. 8, 1993.................A ...................W .................73-46 Dec. 29, 1994 .............H • ................W .................86-70

Nov. 23, 2004..............A ...................W .................86-71

• Lady Panther Invitational

NORTH CAROLINA STATE MOUNT ST. MARY’S

MOREHEAD STATE LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Morehead: n/a At Neutral Sites: Morehead State leads 1-0 Current Streak: Morehead State — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 54 (55-54) in 1979-80 Most Morehead State Points: 55 (55-54) in 197980 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Morehead State Win: 1 (55-54) in 197980 Nov. 23, 1979..............N • ................L ....................54-55

NORFOLK STATE

SERIES TIED 1-1

PITTSBURGH LEADS 4-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 3-0 At Emmitsburg: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 4 Most Pittsburgh Points: 89 (89-65) in 2010-11 Most Mount St. Mary’s Points: 55 (89-65) in 2010-11 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 24 (89-65) in 2010-11 Biggest Mount St. Mary’s Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Norfolk: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 104 (104-78) in 2002-03 Most Norfolk State Points: 78 (104-78) in 200203 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 26 (104-78) in 2002-03 Biggest Norfolk State Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Raleigh: North Carolina State leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 82 (82-65) in 2001-02 Most North Carolina State Points: 72 (72-63) in 1981-82 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 17 (82-65) in 2001-02 Biggest North Carolina State Win: 9 (72-63) in 1981-82

Nov. 17, 2006..............H ...................W .................77-55 Nov. 20, 2007..............A ...................W .................82-31 Dec. 31, 2009 .............H ...................W .................57-47 Dec. 4, 2010.................H ...................W .................89-65

Dec. 29, 2002 .............H ...................W ............. 104-78 Dec. 17, 2003 .............A ...................W .................64-44

Jan. 16, 1982 ..............A ...................L ....................63-72 Dec. 22, 2001 .............N • ................W .................82-65

• Bearcat Classic (Cincinnati, OH)

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At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Niagara: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 86 (86-70) in 1994-95 Most Niagara Points: 70 (86-70) in 1994-95 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 27 (73-46) in 1993-94 Biggest Niagara Win: n/a

• NCAA Tournament (Schic, WA)

MOREHEAD STATE

NORTH CAROLINA A&T

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• Torneo Cancun de Basquetbol (Cancun, Mexico)


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NORTHWESTERN

OHIO

OKLAHOMA

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-1

PITTSBURGH LEADS 8-0

OKLAHOMA LEADS 2-0

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Jacksonville: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh – 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 61 (61-35) in 2009-10 Most North Florida Points: 35 (61-35) in 2009-10 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 26 (61-35) in 2009-10 Biggest North Florida Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Evanston: Series tied 1-1 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 81 (81-71) in 1979-80 Most Northwestern Points: 74 (76-74) in 198081 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 10 (81-71) in 1979-80 Biggest Northwestern Win: 6 (61-55) in 1978-79

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 6-0 At Athens: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 8 Most Pittsburgh Points: 98 (98-78) in 1982-83 Most Ohio Points: 79 (88-79) in 2000-01 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 46 (74-28) in 1975-76 Biggest Ohio Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Norman: n/a At Neutral Sites: Oklahoma leads 2-0 Current Streak: Oklahoma — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 77 (86-77) in 1993-94 Most Oklahoma Points: 86 (86-77) in 1993-94 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Oklahoma Win: 11 (70-59) in 2008-09

Nov. 17, 2009..............H ...................W .................61-35

NORTHEASTERN NORTHEASTERN LEADS 3-0 At Pittsburgh: Northeastern leads 1-0 At Boston: Northeastern leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: Northeastern leads 1-0 Current Streak: Northeastern — 3 Most Pittsburgh Points: 61 (72-61) in 1983-84 Most Northeastern Points: 72 (72-61) in 1983-84 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Northeastern Win: 11 (72-61) in 1983-84 Dec. 21, 1983 .............H ...................L ....................61-72 Dec. 6, 1985.................N • ................L ....................49-52 Jan. 16, 1989 ..............A ...................L ....................58-63

Jan. 6, 1979 .................A ...................L ....................55-61 Dec. 18, 1979 .............H ...................W .................81-71 Jan. 17, 1981 ..............A ...................W .................76-74

NOTRE DAME NOTRE DAME LEADS 19-3 At Pittsburgh: Notre Dame leads 9-2 At Notre Dame: Notre Dame leads 9-0 At Neutral Sites: Series tied 1-1 Current Streak: Notre Dame — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 82 (82-70) in 2008-09 Most Notre Dame Points: 90 (90-51) in 1995-96 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 12 (82-70) in 2008-09 Biggest Notre Dame Win: 39 (90-51) in 1995-96

Jan. 3, 1979 .................A ...................L ....................61-70 Dec. 1, 1979.................H ...................W .................80-55 Dec. 21, 1979 .............N • ................W .................68-62 Nov. 22, 1980..............H ...................W ............. 106-72

Feb. 7, 1996 .................A ...................L ....................51-90 Feb. 17, 1996 ..............H ...................L ....................51-89 Jan. 18, 1997 ..............A ...................L ....................49-65 Dec. 31, 1997 .............H ...................L ....................46-66 Feb. 15, 1998 ..............A ...................L ....................60-75 Jan. 16, 1999 ..............H ...................L ....................72-81 Jan. 18, 2000 ..............H ...................L ....................53-67 Feb. 9, 2000 .................A ...................L ....................74-81 Feb. 7, 2001 .................A ...................L ....................58-72 Feb. 27, 2001 ..............H ...................L ....................63-82 Feb. 5, 2002 .................H ...................L ....................56-68 Feb. 26, 2003 ..............A ...................L ....................69-77 March 8, 2003 ............N (BET) ......L ....................65-73 Feb. 21, 2004 ..............H ...................L ....................68-72 Feb. 5, 2005 .................H ...................L ....................47-75 Feb. 28, 2006 ..............A ...................L ....................65-72 Jan. 31, 2007 ..............H ...................W .................71-62 Feb. 10, 2008 ..............A ...................L ....................66-81 March 9, 2008 ............N (BET) ......W .................64-53 Feb. 3, 2009 .................H ...................W .................82-70 Feb. 6, 2010 .................A ...................L ....................76-86 Jan. 15, 2011 ..............H ...................L ....................50-82

• North Carolina Tournament (Chapel Hill, NC)

(BET) Big East Tournament

• Investors Classic Tournament (Charlottesville, VA)

NORTHERN KENTUCKY PITTSBURGH LEADS 3-1 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 At Highland Heights: Northern Kentucky leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 3 Most Pittsburgh Points: 106 (106-72) in 1980-81 Most Northern Kentucky Points: 72 (106-72) in 1980-81 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 34 (106-72) in 1980-81 Biggest Northern Kentucky Win: 9 (70-61) in 1981-82

Feb. 7, 1976 .................H ...................W .................74-28 Dec. 22, 1982 .............H ...................W .................98-78 Dec. 28, 1983 .............H ...................W .................89-68 Dec. 7, 1987.................H ...................W .................71-69 Dec. 4, 1999.................H ...................W .................71-60 Dec. 2, 2000.................A ...................W .................88-79 Dec. 9, 2006.................A ...................W .................77-69 Dec. 5, 2007.................H ...................W .................69-55

March 25, 1994 .........N • ................L ....................77-86 March 29, 2009 .........N ••...............L ....................70-59 • National Women’s Invitational Tournament (Amarillo, TX) •• NCAA Tournament (Norman, OK)

OLD DOMINION OLD DOMINION LEADS 3-0

OHIO STATE OHIO STATE LEADS 10-2 At Pittsburgh: Ohio State leads 3-1 At Columbus: Ohio State leads 5-1 At Neutral Sites: Ohio State leads 2-0 Current Streak: Ohio State — 10 Most Pittsburgh Points: 75 (83-75) in 1983-84 Most Ohio State Points: 93 (93-67) in 1976-77 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 6 (56-50) in 1975-76 Biggest Ohio State Win: 35, twice

At Pittsburgh: Old Dominion leads 1-0 At Norfolk: Old Dominion leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: Old Dominion leads 1-0 Current Streak: Old Dominion — 3 Most Pittsburgh Points: 64 (89-64) in 1984-85 Most ODU Points: 97 (97-55) in 1978-79 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest ODU Win: 42 (97-55) in 1978-79 Jan. 10, 1978 ..............H ...................L ....................56-75 Jan. 13, 1979 ..............A ...................L ....................55-97 Nov. 30, 1984..............N • ................L ....................64-89 • Wildcat Tournament/Northwestern (Evanston, IL)

Feb. 22, 1975 ..............A ...................W .................57-53 Jan. 12, 1976 ..............H ...................W .................56-50 Dec. 10, 1976 .............A •.................L ....................59-64 Jan. 17, 1977 ..............A ...................L ....................67-93 Dec. 10, 1977 .............H ...................L ....................53-58 Dec. 20, 1980 .............N ••...............L ....................58-65 Feb. 20, 1982 ..............A ...................L ....................55-71 Dec. 10, 1983 .............H ...................L ....................75-83 Dec. 1, 1990.................A •••..............L ....................71-84 Nov. 15, 1995..............A •••• ............L ....................50-85 Dec. 18, 1996 .............H ...................L ....................54-66 Dec. 2, 1998.................A ...................L ....................40-75 • Mississippi Tournament (game played in Columbus, OH) •• North Carolina Tournament (Chapel Hill, NC) ••• Buckeye Classic (Columbus, OH) •••• Preseason WNIT (Columbus, OH)

Dee Katner (1979-80)

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PEPPERDINE

PENN STATE LEADS 27-13

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 12-10 At University Park: Penn State leads 17-1 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Penn State — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 92 (92-88) in 2002-03 Most Penn State Points: 98 (98-53) in 1989-90 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 21 (80-59) in 2008-09 Biggest Penn State Win: 52 (96-44) in 2003-04

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Malibu: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 79 (79-64) in 2005-06 Most Pepperdine Points: 64 (79-64) in 2005-06 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 15 (79-64) in 2005-06 Biggest Pepperdine Win: n/a

Dec. 7, 1974.................H • ................W .................67-63 Feb. 18, 1975 ..............H ...................L ....................60-64 Feb. 20, 1976 ..............A ...................L ....................60-97 March 13, 1976 .........H •• ...............W .................68-60 Dec. 5, 1976.................H • ................W .................71-66 Feb. 12, 1977 ..............H ...................W .................69-68 Jan. 24, 1978 ..............A ...................L ....................60-81 March 4, 1978 ............H ••• .............W .................80-79 Jan. 27, 1979 ..............H ...................L ....................56-68 Dec. 9, 1979.................H • ................W .................58-45 Feb. 13, 1980 ..............A ...................L ....................48-68 Feb. 29, 1980 ..............A •••• ............L ....................61-89 Feb. 11, 1981 ..............H ...................W .................83-78 Feb. 10, 1982 ..............A ...................L ....................67-81 Feb. 12, 1983 ..............H ...................W .................86-69 Feb. 8, 1984 .................A ...................L ....................56-93 Feb. 4, 1985 .................H ...................L ....................73-81 Feb. 5, 1986 .................A ...................L ....................51-91 Dec. 5, 1987.................H ...................L ....................71-73 Nov. 30, 1988..............A ...................W .................74-70 Dec. 6, 1989.................H ...................L ....................53-98 Dec. 6, 1990.................A ...................L ....................57-88 Dec. 7, 1992.................H ...................L ....................69-82 Dec. 19, 1993 .............A ...................L ....................65-94 Dec. 4, 1994.................H ...................L ....................55-66 Dec. 6, 1995.................A ...................L ....................56-77 Dec. 15, 1996 .............H ...................L ....................44-66 Dec. 14, 1997 .............A ...................L ....................64-81 Nov. 18, 1998..............H ...................W .................49-46 Dec. 21, 1999 .............A ...................L ....................56-79 Dec. 16, 2000 .............H ...................L ....................62-84 Dec. 16, 2001 .............A ...................L ....................63-78 Dec. 14, 2002 .............H ...................W (OT) .......92-88 Dec. 14, 2003 .............A ...................L ....................44-96 Dec. 9, 2004.................H ...................L (OT) ..........79-84 Dec. 2, 2005.................A ...................L ....................60-69 Dec. 1, 2006.................H ...................W .................60-51 Nov. 11, 2007..............A••••• ............L ....................74-80 Nov. 24, 2008..............H ...................W .................80-59 Dec. 12, 2009 .............A ...................L ....................73-77

Dec. 19, 2005 .............A ...................W .................79-64

• Pitt Invitational •• AIAW Mid-Atlantic Tournament (Pittsburgh, PA) ••• EAIAW Mid-Atlantic Tournament (Pittsburgh, PA) •••• EAIAW Mid-Atlantic Tournament (University Park, PA) ••••• WBCA Classic (University Park, PA)

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PROVIDENCE PROVIDENCE LEADS 27-20 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 15-9 At Providence: Providence leads 16-5 At Neutral Sites: Providence leads 2-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 105 (123-105) in 198889 Most Providence Points: 123 (123-105) in 198889 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 44 (84-40) in 2006-07 Biggest Providence Win: 35 (103-68) in 1986-87 Jan. 5, 1983 .................H ...................W .................75-68 Feb. 4, 1984 .................H ...................W .................81-75 Jan. 2, 1985 .................A ...................L (2OT) .......69-71 Jan. 30, 1985 ..............H ...................W .................80-72 Dec. 14, 1985 .............A ...................L ....................67-88 Jan. 25, 1986 ..............H ...................L ....................71-96 Jan. 28, 1987 ..............H ...................L ................ 68-103 Feb. 23, 1987 ..............A ...................L ....................78-96 Jan. 2, 1988 .................A ...................L ....................78-86 Jan. 30, 1988 ..............H ...................W .................91-82 Jan. 9, 1989 .................H ...................L ....................73-92 Feb. 8, 1989 .................A ...................L ............. 105-123 Jan. 3, 1990 .................A ...................L ....................74-98 Jan. 29, 1990 ..............H ...................L ................ 90-101 March 3, 1990 ............N (BET) ......L ....................88-89 Jan. 5, 1991 .................A ...................L ................ 87-111 Feb. 2, 1991 .................H ...................L ................ 97-108 March 4, 1991 ............N (BET) ......L ................ 92-107 Jan. 3, 1992 .................A ...................L ................ 90-109 Feb. 1, 1992 .................H ...................L ....................83-91 Jan. 2, 1993 .................H ...................W .................81-67 Feb. 3, 1993 .................A ...................W .................85-84 Jan. 26, 1994 ..............H ...................W .................90-72 Feb. 26, 1994 ..............A ...................L ....................82-93 Jan. 18, 1995 ..............H ...................W .................78-51 Feb. 18, 1995 ..............A ...................W .................76-72 Dec. 9, 1995.................H ...................L (OT) ..........69-73 Feb. 21, 1996 ..............A ...................L ....................65-90

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Jan. 22, 1997 ..............H ...................L ....................65-78 Jan. 3, 1998 .................A ...................L ....................70-75 Feb. 21, 1998 ..............H ...................W .................70-54 Feb. 20, 1999 ..............A ...................L ....................71-91 Jan. 12, 2000 ..............A ...................L ....................76-77 Feb. 5, 2000 .................H ...................W .................63-41 Jan. 2, 2001 .................H ...................W .................68-53 Feb. 26, 2002 ..............A ...................L ....................77-91 Jan. 11, 2003 ..............H ...................L ....................77-80 Feb. 8, 2003 .................A ...................L ....................54-57 Jan. 10, 2004 ..............H ...................W .................64-51 Feb. 19, 2005 ..............H ...................W .................63-47 Feb. 28, 2005 ..............A ...................W .................80-43 Jan. 14, 2006 ..............H ...................W .................75-65 Feb. 3, 2007 .................A ...................W .................84-40 Jan. 19, 2008 ..............H ...................W .................81-61 Jan. 7, 2009 .................A ...................L ....................69-77 Jan. 23, 2010 ..............A ...................W .................72-58 Feb. 15, 2011 ..............H ...................W .............................. (BET) Big East Tournament

PURDUE PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At West Lafayette: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 66 (66-62) in 1979-80 Most Purdue Points: 62 (66-62) in 1979-80 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 4 (66-62) in 1979-80 Biggest Purdue Win: n/a Feb. 1, 1980 .................A ...................W .................66-62

QUEENS QUEENS LEADS 2-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Queens: Queens leads 2-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Queens — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 70 (79-70) in 1979-80 Most Queens Points: 79 (79-70) in 1979-80 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Queens Win: 9 (79-70) in 1979-80 Feb. 24, 1978 ..............A ...................L ....................68-74 Jan. 12, 1980 ..............A ...................L ....................70-79

RADFORD PITTSBURGH LEADS SERIES 1-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Radford: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh-1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 77 (77-46) in 2010-11 Most Radford Points: 46 (46-77) in 2010-11 Biggest Pittsburgh Win:31 Biggest Radford Win: n/a Nov. 21, 2010-11 ......H ..................W .................77-46

RHODE ISLAND RHODE ISLAND LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: Rhode Island leads 1-0 At Kingston: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Rhode Island — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 66 (69-66) in 1995-96 Most Rhode Island Points: 69 (69-66) in 1995-96 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Rhode Island Win: 3 (69-66) in 1995-96 Dec. 3, 1995.................H • ................L ....................66-69 • Lady Panther Invitational

RICHMOND SERIES TIED 1-1 At Pittsburgh: Richmond leads 1-0 At Richmond: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 71 (85-71) in 1997-98 Most Richmond Points: 85 (85-71) in 1997-98 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 3 (69-66) in 1998-99 Biggest Richmond Win: 14 (85-71) in 1997-98 Nov. 30, 1997..............H • ................L ....................71-85 Nov. 24, 1998..............A ...................W .................69-66 • Lady Panther Invitational


Series Results ROBERT MORRIS

RUTGERS

ST. BONAVENTURE

ST. FRANCIS (PA)

PITTSBURGH LEADS 24-0

RUTGERS LEADS 24-3

PITTSBURGH LEADS 3-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 6-3

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 12-0 At Moon Township: Pittsburgh leads 12-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 24 Most Pittsburgh Points: 90 (90-51) in 2002-03 Most Robert Morris Points: 82 (83-82) in 198788 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 40 (89-49) in 1998-99 Biggest Robert Morris Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Rutgers leads 11-2 At New Brunswick: Rutgers leads 13-1 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Rutgers — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 80 (91-80) in 1980-81 Most Rutgers Points: 96 (96-57) in 1979-80 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 10 (66-56) in 1997-98 Biggest Rutgers Win: 39 (96-57) in 1979-80

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 At St. Bonaventure: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 3 Most Pittsburgh Points: 75 (75-62) in 2006-07 Most St. Bonaventure Points: 69 (74-69) in 198889 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 13 (65-55) in 2005-06; (75-62) in 2006-07 Biggest St. Bonaventure Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 4-1 At Loretto: Series Tied 2-2 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: St. Francis-1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 82 (82-60) in 1994-95 Most St. Francis (Pa.) Points: 85 (85-71) in 201011 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 22 (82-60) in 1994-95 Biggest St. Francis (Pa.) Win: 30 (81-51) in 199596

Nov. 26, 1988..............H • ................W .................74-69 Dec. 30, 2005 .............H ...................W .................68-55 Nov. 21, 2006..............A ...................W .................75-62

Nov. 23, 1990..............H ...................W .................66-46 Dec. 20, 1994 .............H ...................W .................82-60 Dec. 18, 1995 .............A ...................L ....................51-81 Dec. 4, 1996.................A ...................W .................65-44 Nov. 25, 1997..............H ...................L ....................63-65 Dec. 30, 2001 .............H ...................W .................81-71 Nov. 27, 2002..............A ...................W .................70-61 Nov. 24, 2009..............H ...................W .................75-70 Dec. 1, 2010.................A ...................L ....................71-85

Feb. 17, 1976 ..............A ...................W .................62-24 Dec. 6, 1983.................A ...................W .................62-54 Nov. 28, 1984..............H ...................W .................82-44 Dec. 21, 1985 .............H ...................W .................68-66 Feb. 3, 1986 .................A ...................W .................69-61 Feb. 14, 1987 ..............A ...................W .................70-58 Feb. 2, 1988 .................A ...................W (OT) .......83-82 Dec. 21, 1988 .............H ...................W .................87-63 Nov. 25, 1990..............H ...................W .................80-71 Dec. 10, 1992 .............A ...................W .................70-50 Nov. 30, 1993..............H ...................W .................82-60 Dec. 17, 1994 .............A ...................W .................59-54 Dec. 2, 1995.................H • ................W .................80-51 Nov. 26, 1996..............A ...................W .................68-64 Nov. 21, 1997..............H ...................W .................62-44 Nov. 14, 1998..............H • ................W .................89-49 Nov. 24, 1999..............A ...................W .................63-45 Nov. 22, 2000..............H ...................W .................81-49 Nov. 27, 2001..............A ...................W .................88-53 Nov. 22, 2002..............H ...................W .................90-51 Dec. 19, 2003 .............A ...................W .................61-47 Dec. 1, 2004.................H ...................W .................78-59 Dec. 6, 2005.................A ...................W .................66-36 Dec. 5, 2006.................H ...................W .................79-69 • Pitt Invitational

Feb. 25, 1978 ..............A ...................L ....................67-88 Feb. 23, 1979 ..............H ...................L ....................72-91 Feb. 23, 1980 ..............A ...................L ....................57-96 Feb. 28, 1981 ..............H ...................L ....................73-87 March 7, 1981 ............A •.................L ....................80-91 Feb. 27, 1982 ..............A ...................L ....................64-95 Feb. 26, 1983 ..............H ...................W .................75-68 Feb. 11, 1996 ..............A ...................L ....................57-63 Feb. 26, 1996 ..............H ...................L ....................48-68 Feb. 1, 1997 .................A ...................L ....................53-59 Jan. 6, 1998 .................H ...................W .................66-56 Feb. 18, 1998 ..............A ...................L ....................56-70 Feb. 3, 1999 .................H ...................L ....................54-65 Dec. 8, 1999.................A ...................L ....................52-58 Feb. 4, 2001 .................H ...................L ....................61-69 Jan. 15, 2002 ..............A ...................L ....................70-82 Feb. 19, 2002 ..............H ...................L ....................59-60 Feb. 16, 2003 ..............A ...................L ....................53-67 Feb. 11, 2003 ..............H ...................L ....................61-75 Jan. 11, 2005 ..............A ...................L ....................41-68 Feb. 25, 2005 ..............H ...................L ....................42-63 Feb. 25, 2006 ..............H ...................L ....................50-65 Jan. 6, 2007 .................A ...................L ....................39-63 Feb. 2, 2008 .................H ...................L ....................60-64 Feb. 10, 2009 ..............A ...................W (OT) .......61-53 Jan. 10, 2010 ..............H ...................L ....................46-52 Feb. 8, 2011 .................A ...................L ....................42-54

• Lady Panther Invitational

ST. FRANCIS (NY) PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Brooklyn: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 88 (88-62) in 2004-05 Most St. Francis (NY) Points: 62 (88-62) in 200405 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 26 (88-62) in 2004-05 Biggest St. Francis (NY) Win: n/a Dec. 28, 2004 .............A ...................W .................88-62

• EAIAW Regional Tournament

SACRED HEART PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Fairfield: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 68 (68-58) in 2000-01 Most Sacred Heart Points: 58 (68-58) in 2000-01 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 10 (68-58) in 2000-01 Biggest Sacred Heart Win: n/a

Xenia Stewart (2005-09)

Nov. 18, 2000..............H ...................W .................68-58

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Series Results ST. JOHN’S ST. JOHN’S LEADS 32-16 At Pittsburgh: St. John’s leads 13-10 At Jamaica: St. John’s leads 17-5 At Neutral Sites: St. John’s leads 2-1 Current Streak: St. John’s — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 92 (92-76) in 1989-90 Most St. John’s Points: 93 (93-73 in 1987-88 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 32 (77-45) in 2001-02 Biggest St. John’s Win: 25 (82-57) in 1994-95 Dec. 8, 1982.................H ...................L ....................58-69 Feb. 11, 1984 ..............H ...................W .................83-64 Jan. 19, 1985 ..............H ...................L ....................67-73 Feb. 20, 1985 ..............A ...................L ....................67-68 Jan. 15, 1986 ..............H ...................L ....................54-55 Feb. 15, 1986 ..............A ...................L ....................55-58 Jan. 17, 1987 ..............H ...................L ....................56-66 Feb. 18, 1987 ..............A ...................L ....................42-65 Jan. 20, 1988 ..............H ...................L ....................66-76 Feb. 20, 1988 ..............A ...................L ....................77-80 March 5, 1988 ............N (BET) ......L ....................73-93 Jan. 21, 1989 ..............H ...................W .................68-66 Feb. 22, 1989 ..............A ...................L ....................67-74 Jan. 21, 1990 ..............H ...................W .................92-76 Feb. 21, 1990 ..............A ...................L ....................81-86 Jan. 23, 1991 ..............H ...................L ....................56-68 Feb. 23, 1991 ..............A ...................W .................75-70 Jan. 21, 1992 ..............H ...................L ....................54-70 Feb. 22, 1992 ..............A ...................L ....................69-77 Jan. 31, 1993 ..............A ...................L ....................64-77 Feb. 13, 1993 ..............H ...................W .................60-54 Jan. 22, 1994 ..............H ...................W .................73-59 Feb. 11, 1994 ..............A ...................W .................73-60 Jan. 4, 1995 .................H ...................W .................83-65 Feb. 4, 1995 .................A ...................L ....................57-82 March 4, 1995 ............N (BET) ......W .................73-67 Jan. 10, 1996 ..............H ...................L ....................54-57 Jan. 2, 1997 .................A ...................W .................50-46 Feb. 25, 1997 ..............H ...................L ....................54-66 Jan. 27, 1998 ..............A ...................L ....................57-67 Jan. 5, 1999 .................A ...................L ....................58-68 Jan. 20, 1999 ..............H ...................W .................75-58 Jan. 5, 2000 .................H ...................W .................64-57 Feb. 2, 2000 .................A ...................L ....................47-56 March 4, 2000 ............N (BET) ......L ....................62-75 Jan. 27, 2001 ..............A ...................L ....................33-38 Feb. 9, 2002 .................H ...................W .................77-45 Jan. 18, 2003 ..............A •.................W .................75-51 Feb. 1, 2003 .................H ...................L ....................66-69 Jan. 24, 2004 ..............A ...................L ....................72-83

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Jan. 4, 2005 .................H ...................L ....................57-60 Feb. 12, 2005 ..............A ...................L ....................39-49 Jan. 11, 2006 ..............A ...................L ....................55-72 Jan. 13, 2007 ..............H ...................L ....................69-76 Jan. 22, 2008 ..............A ...................W .................70-64 March 2, 2009 ............H ...................W .................79-60 March 1, 2010 ............H ...................L ....................65-77 Feb. 26, 2011 ..............A ...................L ....................63-72 (BET) Big East Tournament • Game played at Seton Hall (South Orange, NJ)

SAINT JOSEPH’S SAINT JOSEPH’S LEADS 3-1 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Philadelphia: Saint Joseph’s leads 2-0 At Neutral Sites: Saint Joseph’s leads 1-0 Current Streak: Saint Joseph’s — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 77 (77-70) in 1977-78 Most Saint Joseph’s Points: 101 (101-64) in 1976-77 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 7 (77-70) in 1977-78 Biggest Saint Joseph’s Win: 37 (101-64) in 1976-77 Feb. 13, 1976 ..............A ...................L ....................64-76 March 10, 1977 .........N • ................L ................ 64-101 Feb. 10, 1978 ..............H ...................W .................77-70 Feb. 10, 1979 ..............A ...................L ....................56-65 • EAIAW Regional Championships

ST. VINCENT PITTSBURGH LEADS 3-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 At St. Vincent: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 3 Most Pittsburgh Points: 102 (102-69) in 1984-85 Most St. Vincent Points: 78 (95-78) in 1986-87 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 33 (102-69) in 1984-85 Biggest St. Vincent Win: n/a Nov. 24, 1984..............H ...................W ............. 102-69 Nov. 30, 1985..............A ...................W .................75-64 Jan. 26, 1987 ..............H ...................W .................95-78

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SAN DIEGO SAN DIEGO LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At San Diego: San Diego leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: San Diego — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 58 (61-58) in 1995-96 Most San Diego Points: 61 (61-58) in 1995-96 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest San Diego Win: 3 (61-58) in 1995-96 Dec. 31, 1995 .............A ...................L ....................58-61

SAN DIEGO STATE SERIES TIED 1-1 At Pittsburgh: n/a At San Diego: Series Tied 1-1 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 78 (78-56) in 2005-06 Most San Diego State Points: 83 (83-69) in 199596 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 22 (78-56) in 2005-06 Biggest San Diego State Win: 14 (83-69) in 199596 Dec. 29, 1995 .............A ...................L ....................69-83 Dec. 22, 2005 .............A ...................W .................78-56

SETON HALL PITTSBURGH LEADS 26-21 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 14-7 At South Orange: Series Tied 11-11 At Neutral Sites: Seton Hall leads 3-1 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 4 Most Pittsburgh Points: 85 (85-79) in 1987-88 Most Seton Hall Points: 89 (89-73) in 1988-89 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 36 (76-70) in 2008-09 Biggest Seton Hall Win: 21 (81-60) in 1986-87 Jan. 8, 1983 .................H ...................W .................79-71 Jan. 14, 1984 ..............A ...................L ....................58-65 March 3, 1984 ............N (BET) ......L ....................68-80 Jan. 12, 1985 ..............A ...................W .................76-58 Feb. 13, 1985 ..............H ...................W .................76-50 Jan. 4, 1986 .................A ...................W (OT) .......75-73 Feb. 1, 1986 .................H ...................W .................72-59 Jan. 22, 1987 ..............A ...................L ....................60-81

Feb. 21, 1987 ..............H ...................W .................77-71 Feb. 26, 1987 ..............N (BET) ......L ....................64-77 Jan. 23, 1988 ..............H ...................W .................85-79 Feb. 24, 1988 ..............A ...................W .................83-67 Jan. 24, 1989 ..............A ...................L ....................73-89 Feb. 25, 1989 ..............H ...................L ....................73-74 Jan. 8, 1990 .................A ...................L ....................66-81 Feb. 7, 1990 .................H ...................L ....................68-74 March 3, 1990 ............N (BET) ......W .................84-77 Jan. 16, 1991 ..............A ...................W .................70-58 Feb. 16, 1991 ..............H ...................L ....................59-75 Jan. 15, 1992 ..............A ...................W .................74-69 Feb. 15, 1992 ..............H ...................W .................62-59 Jan. 5, 1993 .................H ...................W .................64-60 Feb. 18, 1993 ..............A ...................W .................59-47 Jan. 16, 1994 ..............H ...................L ....................52-63 Feb. 13, 1994 ..............A ...................L ....................72-75 March 6, 1994 ............N (BET) ......L ....................54-66 Jan. 11, 1995 ..............A ...................L ....................57-73 Jan. 28, 1995 ..............H ...................L ....................53-58 Feb. 24, 1996 ..............A ...................L ....................71-82 Jan. 4, 1997 .................H ...................L ....................62-73 Feb. 15, 1997 ..............A ...................W .................56-54 Jan. 17, 1998 ..............H ...................L ....................62-72 Dec. 9, 1998.................H ...................W .................55-46 Feb. 10, 1999 ..............A ...................L ....................53-62 Feb. 16, 2000 ..............H ...................W .................84-56 Jan. 10, 2001 ..............A ...................L ....................60-62 Feb. 23, 2002 ..............H ...................W .................68-53 Jan. 4, 2003 .................A ...................L ....................54-59 March 4, 2003 ............H ...................W .................57-54 Jan. 14, 2004 ..............A ...................W .................61-56 Jan. 19, 2005 ..............A ...................W .................62-59 Feb. 14, 2006 ..............H ...................W .................58-56 Jan. 27, 2007 ..............A ...................L ....................50-51 Feb. 6, 2008 .................H ...................W .................64-44 Jan. 20, 2009 ..............A ...................W .................76-40 Feb. 20, 2010 ..............H ...................W .................78-57 Jan. 12, 2011 ..............A ...................W .................64-58 (BET) Big East Tournament


Series Results SIENA

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE

STONY BROOK

SERIES TIED 1-1

SOUTH CAROLINA LEADS 2-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

At Pittsburgh: Series tied 1-1 At Loudonville: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Siena — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 87 (87-55) in 1984-85 Most Siena Points: 62 (62-61) in 1996-97 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 32 (87-55) in 1984-85 Biggest Siena Win: 1 (62-61) in 1996-97

At Pittsburgh: South Carolina leads 1-0 At Columbia: South Carolina leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: South Carolina — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 68 (78-68) in 1983-84 Most South Carolina Points: 78 (78-68) in 198384 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest South Carolina Win: 13 (73-60) in 198182

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Orangeburg: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 73, twice Most South Carolina State Points: 67 (73-67) in 1983-84 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 28 (73-45) in 2004-05 Biggest South Carolina State Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Stony Brook: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 89 (89-86) in 2004-05 Most Stony Brook Points: 86 (89-86) in 2004-05 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 3 (89-86) in 2004-05 Biggest Stony Brook Win: n/a

Jan. 20, 1984 ..............A ...................W (OT) .......73-67 Nov. 26, 2004..............N • ................W .................73-45

• Stony Brook Tournament (Stony Brook, NY)

Dec. 8, 1984.................H ...................W .................87-55 Dec. 28, 1996 .............H • ................L ....................61-62 • Lady Panther Invitational

Dec. 19, 1981 .............H ...................L ....................60-73 Jan. 21, 1984 ..............A ...................L ....................68-78

• UNC Greensboro Tournament (Greensboro, NC)

SLIPPERY ROCK USF PITTSBURGH LEADS 9-5 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 7-3 At Slippery Rock: Series tied 2-2 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 4 Most Pittsburgh Points: 93 (93-48) in 1979-80 Most Slippery Rock Points: 71 (72-71) in 1977-78 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 45 (93-48) in 1979-80 Biggest Slippery Rock Win: 11 (69-58) in 1974-75 Dec. 8, 1974.................H • ................W .................62-53 Feb. 12, 1975 ..............H ...................L ....................58-69 Feb. 10, 1976 ..............A ...................L ....................57-62 March 2, 1976 ............H ...................W .................56-53 Dec. 4, 1976.................H • ................W .................76-62 Feb. 6, 1977 .................H ...................W .................69-66 March 1, 1977 ............A ...................L ....................60-65 Dec. 3, 1977.................H • ................L ....................69-70 Feb. 7, 1978 .................A ...................W .................72-71 Dec. 9, 1978.................H • ................L ....................65-67 Feb. 7, 1979 .................H ...................W .................56-53 Dec. 7, 1979.................H • ................W .................73-40 Feb. 6, 1980 .................A ...................W .................93-48 Feb. 4, 1981 .................H ...................W .................72-53 • Pitt Tournament

SOUTHERN METHODIST

PITTSBURGH LEADS 7-2

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 4-0 At Tampa: Series tied 2-2 At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads series 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 79 (79-47) in 2008-09 Most USF Points: 68 (68-51) in 2009-10 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 32 (79-47) in 2008-09 Biggest USF Win: 17 (68-51) in 2009-10

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Dallas: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 62 (62-56) in 1979-80 Most Southern Methodist Points: 56 (62-56) in 1979-80 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 6 (62-56) in 1979-80 Biggest Southern Methodist Win: n/a

Jan. 8, 2006 .................H ...................W .................66-64 Feb. 11, 2006 ..............A ...................W .................60-58 Jan. 20, 2007 ..............H ...................W .................73-48 Feb. 10, 2007 ..............A ...................W .................69-65 March 1, 2008 ............A ...................L ....................64-65 Jan. 17, 2009 ..............H ...................W .................79-47 Jan. 20, 2010 ..............A ...................L ....................51-68 Feb. 12, 2011 ..............H ...................W .................70-66 March. 4, 2011 ...........N • ................W .................63-60 • Big East Tournament (Hartford, Conn.)

Nov. 24, 1979..............N • ................W .................62-56 • Bearcat Classic (Cincinnati, OH)

STANFORD STANFORD LEADS 2-0 At Pittsburgh: Stanford leads 1-0 At Palo Alto: n/a At Neutral Sites: Stanford leads 1-0 Current Streak: Stanford — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 53 (53-72) in 2007-08 Most Stanford Points: 72 (53-72) in 2007-08 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Stanford Win: 19 (53-72) in 2007-08 Dec. 5, 1986.................H ...................L ....................49-59 March 29, 2008 .........N• .................L ....................53-72 • NCAA Sweet 16 (Spokane, WA)

Dec. 4, 2004.................A •.................W .................89-86

SYRACUSE SYRACUSE LEADS 29-19 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 12-11 At Syracuse: Syracuse leads 16-7 At Neutral Sites: Syracuse leads 2-0 Current Streak: Syracuse — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 94 (94-65) in 1981-82 Most Syracuse Points: 88 (88-67) in 1983-84 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 29 (94-65) in 1981-82 Biggest Syracuse Win: 36 (86-50) in 1987-88 Jan. 30, 1980 ..............H ...................W .................83-65 Jan. 31, 1981 ..............A ...................L ....................68-73 Dec. 12, 1981 .............H ...................W .................94-65 Dec. 11, 1982 .............A ...................L ....................70-79 Feb. 18, 1984 ..............A ...................L ....................67-88 Jan. 5, 1985 .................A ...................W .................72-69 Feb. 2, 1985 .................H ...................L ....................67-70 March 1, 1985 ............N (BET) ......L ....................55-56 Jan. 11, 1986 ..............A ...................L ....................68-78 Feb. 12, 1986 ..............H ...................L ....................58-73 Feb. 28, 1986 ..............N (BET) ......L ....................57-58 Jan. 8, 1987 .................H ...................L ....................64-77 Feb. 7, 1987 .................A ...................L ....................50-78 Jan. 9, 1988 .................H ...................L ....................68-84 Feb. 10, 1988 ..............A ...................L ....................50-86 Jan. 11, 1989 ..............H ...................L ....................72-79 Feb. 11, 1989 ..............A ...................L ....................60-62 Jan. 17, 1990 ..............A ...................L ....................54-82 Feb. 17, 1990 ..............H ...................W .................79-67 Jan. 7, 1991 .................A ...................W .................72-57 Feb. 6, 1991 .................H ...................W .................62-54 Jan. 5, 1992 .................A ...................L ....................51-56 Feb. 5, 1992 .................H ...................W .................58-53 Jan. 13, 1993 ..............A ...................L ....................59-61 Feb. 27, 1993 ..............H ...................W .................57-48

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Series Results Jan. 5, 1994 .................A ...................W .................71-61 Feb. 5, 1994 .................H ...................W .................61-55 Dec. 7, 1994.................A ...................W .................75-63 Feb. 22, 1995 ..............H ...................W .................70-67 Jan. 6, 1996 .................A ...................L ....................61-72 Feb. 14, 1996 ..............H ...................L ....................60-71 Jan. 12, 1997 ..............H ...................L ....................70-78 Dec. 3, 1997.................A ...................L ....................70-72 Feb. 11, 1998 ..............H ...................W .................58-49 Feb. 7, 1999 .................A ...................L ....................69-70 Jan. 25, 2000 ..............H ...................W .................80-66 Jan. 6, 2001 .................A ...................L ....................55-70 Jan. 26, 2002 ..............H ...................L ....................71-75 March 1, 2003 ............A ...................L ....................61-71 Jan. 7, 2004 .................H ...................L ....................51-71 Jan. 2, 2005 .................A ...................W .................63-57 Jan. 16, 2005 ..............H ...................L ....................55-68 Dec. 8, 2005.................H ...................W .................67-55 Jan. 16, 2007 ..............A ...................W .................84-75 Jan. 9, 2008 .................H ...................W .................85-75 Jan. 24, 2009 ..............A ...................W .................77-75 Feb. 2, 2010 .................H ...................L (OT) ..........80-87 Jan. 26, 2011 ..............A ...................L ....................60-69

TEMPLE PITTSBURGH LEADS 4-1 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 3-0 At Philadelphia: Series tied 1-1 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 4 Most Pittsburgh Points: 90 (90-61) in 1976-77 Most Temple Points: 61 (90-61) in 1976-77 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 37 (77-40) in 1977-78 Biggest Temple Win: 4 (59-55) in 1974-75 Feb. 1, 1975 .................A ...................L ....................55-59 Feb. 28, 1976 ..............H ...................W .................62-59 Feb. 17, 1977 ..............A ...................W .................90-61 Dec. 2, 1977.................H • ................W .................77-40 Dec. 4, 1977.................H • ................W .................64-54 • Pitt Tournament

TENNESSEE

TOLEDO

TENNESSEE LEADS 4-0

TEXAS A&M LEADS 1-0

TOLEDO LEADS 3-0

At Pittsburgh: Tennessee leads 2-0 At Knoxville: Tennessee leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: Tennessee leads 1-0 Current Streak: Tennessee — 4 Most Pittsburgh Points: 64 (88-64) in 1983-84 Most Tennessee Points: 88 (88-64) in 1983-84 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Tennessee Win: 25 (83-58) in 1977-78

At Pittsburgh: n/a At College Station: n/a At Neutral Sites: A&M leads 1-0 Current Streak: A&M — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 50 (56-50) in 2008-09 Most UTA Points: 56 (56-50) in 2008-09 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest UTA Win: 6 (56-50) in 2008-09

At Pittsburgh: Toledo leads 1-0 At Toledo: Toledo leads 2-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Toledo — 3 Most Pittsburgh Points: 67 (81-67) in 1990-91 Most Toledo Points: 81 (81-67) in 1990-91 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Toledo Win: 14 (81-67) in 1990-91

Nov. 16, 2008..............N • ................L ....................50-56

Dec. 8, 1990.................A ...................L ....................67-81 Dec. 1, 1991.................H • ................L ....................60-69 March 19, 2010 .........A •• ...............L ....................58-70

Dec. 16, 1977 .............N • ................L ....................55-83 Jan. 28, 1983 ..............H ...................L ....................60-73 Jan. 4, 1984 .................A ...................L ....................64-88 March 20, 2007 .........H •• ...............L ....................54-68 • Mississippi Invitational (Oxford, MS) •• NCAA Tournament Second Round

TENNESSEE TECH SERIES TIED 1-1 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Cookeville: Tennessee Tech leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 93 (93-91) in 1980-81 Most Tennessee Tech Points: 91 (93-91) in 198081 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 2 (93-91) in 1980-81 Biggest Tennessee Tech Win: 8 (78-70) in 197879 Nov. 25, 1978..............A •.................L ....................70-78 March 28, 1981 .........N ••...............W .................93-91 • Tennessee Tech Tip-Off Tournament (Cookeville, TN) •• National Women’s Invitational Tournament (Amarillo, TX)

TEXAS SERIES TIED 1-1 At Pittsburgh: Texas leads 1-0 At Austin: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Most Pittsburgh Points: 95 (95-61-65) in 201011 Most Texas Points: 68 (68-65) in 1979-80 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 34 (95-61) in 2010-11 Biggest Texas Win: 3 (68-65) in 1979-80 Jan. 2, 1980 .................H ...................L ....................65-68 Dec. 20, 2010 .............N* ................W .................95-61 * Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic (Las Vegas, Nevada)

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TEXAS-ARLINGTON

• Lady Panther Invitational •• WNIT

TEXAS-ARLINGTON LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Arlington: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 74 (74-64) in 1994-95 Most UTA Points: 64 (74-64) in 1994-95 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 10 (74-64) in 1994-95 Biggest UTA Win: n/a Nov. 26, 1994..............N • ................W .................74-64 Dec. 20, 2010 .............N • ................W .................95-61 • UNLV 7-UP Desert Classic (Las Vegas, NV) • Las Vegas Hoops Classic (Las Vegas, NV)

TEXAS TECH TEXAS TECH LEADS 2-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Lubbock: n/a At Neutral Sites: Texas Tech leads 2-0 Current Streak: Texas Tech — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 65 (65-78) in 2010-11 Most Texas Tech Points: 94 (94-63) in 1991-92 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Texas Tech Win: 31 (94-63) in 1991-92 Dec. 28, 1991 .............N • ................L ....................63-94 Dec. 19. 2010..............N* ................L ....................65-78 • Seel-Bach Cardinal Tournament (Louisville, KY) * Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic (Las Vegas, Nevada)

TOWSON STATE PITTSBURGH LEADS 4-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 3-0 At Towson: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 4 Most Pittsburgh Points: 87 (87-59) in 1977-78 Most Towson State Points: 59 (87-59) in 1977-78 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 28 (87-59) in 1977-78 Biggest Towson State Win: n/a Jan. 30, 1976 ..............H ...................W .................66-52 Jan. 29, 1977 ..............A ...................W .................73-48 Jan. 22, 1978 ..............H ...................W .................87-59 Nov. 26, 2005..............H • ................W .................69-50 • Pitt Thanksgiving Tournament

TULANE PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At New Orleans: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 71 (71-66) in 1993-94 Most Tulane Points: 66 (71-66) in 1993-94 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 5 (71-66) in 1993-94 Biggest Tulane Win: n/a March 26, 1994 .........N • ................W .................71-66 • National Women’s Invitational Tournament (Amarillo, TX)


Series Results UNC GREENSBORO

UTAH

VANDERBILT

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0

VANDERBILT LEADS 1-0

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Greensboro: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 62 (62-55) in 2004-05 Most UNC Greensboro Points: 55 (62-55) in 2004-05 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 7 (62-55) in 2004-05 Biggest UNC Greensboro Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Salt Lake City: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 74 (74-50) in 1984-85 Most Utah Points: 50 (74-50) in 1984-85 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 24 (74-50) in 1984-85 Biggest Utah Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Nashville: Vanderbilt leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Vanderbilt — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 64 (82-64) in 1993-94 Most Vanderbilt Points: 82 (82-64) in 1993-94 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest Vanderbilt Win: 18 (82-64) in 1993-94

Nov. 27, 2004..............A •.................W .................62-55

Dec. 1, 1984.................N • ................W .................74-50 Nov. 24, 2006..............N ••...............W .................59-51

• UNC Greensboro Tournament (Greensboro, NC)

• Wildcat Tournament/Northwestern (Evanston, IL) •• Duck Invitational (Eugene, Ore.)

UNC-WILMINGTON UNC-WILMINGTON LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Wilmington: n/a At Neutral Sites: UNC-Wilmington leads 1-0 Current Streak: UNC-Wilmington — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 59 (79-59) in 2002-03 Most UNCW Points: 79 (79-59) in 2002-03 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest UNCW Win: 20 (79-59) in 2002-03 Dec. 6, 2002.................N • ................L ....................59-79 • Radisson Suites Roundball Classic (Boca Raton, FL)

VALDOSTA PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Valdosta: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 65 (65-63) in 1977-78 Most Valdosta Points: 63 (65-63) in 1977-78 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 2 (65-63) in 1977-78 Biggest Valdosta Win: n/a Dec. 15, 1977 .............N • ................W .................65-63 • Mississippi Invitational (Oxford, MS)

UNLV UNLV LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Las Vegas: UNLV leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: UNLV — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 66 (73-66) in 1987-88 Most UNLV Points: 73 (73-66) in 1987-88 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: n/a Biggest UNLV Win: 7 (73-66) in 1987-88 Nov. 28, 1987..............A •.................L ....................66-73 • 7-UP Desert Classic (Las Vegas, NV)

VALPARAISO PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Valparaiso: Pittsburgh leads series 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh – 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 86 (86-51) in 2010-11 Most Valparaiso Points: 52 (77-52) in 2009-10 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 35 (86-51) in 2010-11 Biggest Valparaiso Win: n/a Dec. 8, 2009.................H ...................W .................77-52 Dec. 11, 2010 .............A ...................W .................86-51

Dec. 4, 1993.................A •.................L ....................64-82 • MCI First American Classic/Vanderbilt (Nashville, TN)

VERMONT PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Burlington: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 70 (70-49) in 2005-06 Most Vermont Points: 49 (70-49) in 2005-06 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 21 (70-49) in 2005-06 Biggest Vermont Win: n/a Nov. 19, 2005..............A ...................W .................70-49

VILLANOVA VILLANOVA LEADS 35-19 At Pittsburgh: Villanova leads 16-8 At Villanova: Villanova leads 16-8 At Neutral Sites: Series tied 3-3 Current Streak: Villanova — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 89 (89-41) in 1976-77 Most Villanova Points: 92 (92-73) in 1986-87 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 48 (89-41) in 1976-77 Biggest Villanova Win: 32 (88-56) in 1985-86 Feb. 18, 1977 ..............A ...................W .................89-41 Feb. 11, 1978 ..............H ...................L ....................67-69 Feb. 20, 1979 ..............A ...................L ....................64-70 Feb. 16, 1980 ..............H ...................W .................70-53 Nov. 29, 1980..............N • ................L ....................55-77 Feb. 7, 1981 .................A ...................L ....................56-60 Feb. 15, 1982 ..............H ...................L ....................67-72 Feb. 23, 1983 ..............A ...................L ....................64-79 Jan. 7, 1984 .................H ...................W (OT) .......71-68 Jan. 8, 1985 .................H ...................L ....................64-65 Feb. 6, 1985 .................A ...................L ....................68-80 Jan. 22, 1986 ..............A ...................L ....................53-62 Feb. 22, 1986 ..............H ...................L ....................56-88

Jan. 6, 1987 .................H ...................L ....................73-92 Feb. 4, 1987 .................A ...................L ....................56-79 Jan. 28, 1988 ..............A ...................L ....................61-74 Feb. 27, 1988 ..............H ...................W .................75-73 March 4, 1988 ............N (BET) ......W .................54-51 Jan. 4, 1989 .................A ...................L ....................50-58 Feb. 1, 1989 .................H ...................L ....................58-61 Jan. 27, 1990 ..............A ...................L ....................67-83 Feb. 26, 1990 ..............H ...................W .................81-75 Jan. 9, 1991 .................H ...................W .................68-62 Feb. 9, 1991 .................A ...................W .................68-62 Jan. 8, 1992 .................H ...................W .................63-56 Feb. 8, 1992 .................A ...................L ....................54-66 Jan. 9, 1993 .................A ...................W .................61-56 Feb. 10, 1993 ..............H ...................L ....................53-70 March 6, 1993 ............N (BET) ......L ....................59-74 Dec. 11, 1993 .............A ...................W .................70-63 Feb. 16, 1994 ..............H ...................L (OT) ..........65-67 Jan. 21, 1995 ..............A ...................L ....................62-63 Feb. 25, 1995 ..............H ...................W .................49-44 Jan. 13, 1996 ..............A ...................L ....................64-83 Jan. 24, 1996 ..............H ...................L ....................55-71 March 3, 1996 ............N (BET) ......W .................59-57 Jan. 29, 1997 ..............A ...................L ....................40-54 Dec. 7, 1997.................H ...................L ....................57-64 Feb. 7, 1998 .................A ...................L ....................42-48 Feb. 28, 1998 ..............N (BET) ......L ....................51-56 Jan. 27, 1999 ..............H ...................L ....................45-61 Feb. 23, 2000 ..............A ...................W .................64-62 Feb. 14, 2001 ..............H ...................L ....................44-73 Feb. 13, 2002 ..............A ...................L ....................59-83 Feb. 11, 2003 ..............H ...................L ....................47-63 Feb. 8, 2004 .................A ...................L ....................45-75 March 2, 2004 ............H ...................L ....................45-56 Feb. 2, 2005 .................H ...................L ....................49-70 Jan. 28, 2006 ..............A ...................W .................59-56 Feb. 6, 2007 .................H ...................W .................66-53 Jan. 30, 2008 ..............A ...................W .................72-63 March 8, 2008 ............N (BET) ......W .................69-63 Feb. 18, 2009 ..............H ...................W .................70-54 Feb. 17, 2010 ..............A ...................W .................74-69 Feb. 28, 2011 ..............H ...................L ....................54-52 (BET) Big East Tournament • Dial Christmas Classic (Miami, FL)

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WAGNER

WEST LIBERTY

WEST VIRGINIA

VIRGINIA LEADS 2-1

PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

WEST VIRGINIA LEADS 24-18

At Pittsburgh: Series tied 1-1 At Charlottesville: Virginia leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 68 (68-58) in 2005-06 Most Virginia Points: 103 (103-56) in 1995-96 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 68 (68-58) in 2005-06 Biggest Virginia Win: 47 (103-56) in 1995-96

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Staten Island: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 98 (98-41) in 2008-09 Most Wagner Points: 41 (85-41) in 2007-08 41 (98-41) in 2008-09 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 57 98 (98-41) in 200809 Biggest Wagner Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At West Liberty: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 85 (85-38) in 1974-75 Most West Liberty Points: 38 (85-38) in 1974-75 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 47 (85-38) in 1974-75 Biggest West Liberty Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 11-9 At Morgantown: West Virginia leads 12-7 At Neutral Sites: West Virginia leads 3-0 Current Streak: West Virginia — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 86 (95-86) in 1996-97 Most West Virginia Points: 95 (95-86) in 1996-97 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 32, twice Biggest West Virginia Win: 28 (91-63) in 1991-92

Feb. 4, 1975 .................H ...................W .................85-38

Jan. 18, 1975 ..............A ...................W .................81-57 Jan. 17, 1976 ..............H ...................W .................73-41 Jan. 8, 1977 .................A ...................W .................71-60 Jan. 7, 1978 .................H ...................W .................70-67 Feb. 5, 1979 .................A ...................W .................69-67 Jan. 9, 1980 .................H ...................W .................80-67 Jan. 14, 1981 ..............A ...................W .................78-67 Jan. 27, 1982 ..............H ...................W .................75-43 Jan. 22, 1983 ..............A ...................L ....................66-84 Jan. 18, 1984 ..............H ...................W .................77-61 Dec. 5, 1984.................A ...................L ....................63-77 Dec. 3, 1985.................H ...................L ....................64-68 Dec. 3, 1986.................N • ................L ....................56-61 Dec. 30, 1987 .............N • ................L ....................62-63 Dec. 30, 1988 .............A ...................L ....................63-67 Dec. 22, 1989 .............H ...................L ....................65-80 Dec. 21, 1991 .............A ...................L ....................63-91 Jan. 4, 1996 .................A ...................L ....................65-73 Jan. 31, 1996 ..............H ...................W .................82-79 Feb. 9, 1997 .................H ...................L ....................86-95 Jan. 8, 1998 .................A ...................L ....................50-65 Jan. 31, 1998 ..............H ...................L ....................61-86 Jan. 24, 1999 ..............A ...................L ....................57-83 Jan. 8, 2000 .................H ...................W .................74-54 Dec. 6, 2000.................A ...................L ....................58-65 Jan. 13, 2001 ..............H ...................W (OT) .......75-67 Jan. 19, 2002 ..............A ...................L ....................63-80 Feb. 19, 2003 ..............H ...................W .................67-61 Jan. 3, 2004 .................A ...................L ....................58-65 Jan. 31, 2004 ..............H ...................L ....................36-56 Feb. 16, 2005 ..............H ...................L ....................55-61 March 5, 2005 ............N (BET) ......L ....................68-77 Feb. 19, 2006 ..............A ...................W .................62-58 Feb. 20, 2007 ..............H ...................L ....................46-57 Feb. 13, 2008 ..............A ...................L ....................35-56 Feb. 26, 2008 ..............H ...................W (OT) .......77-75 Jan. 4, 2009 .................H ...................W .................72-63 Jan. 24, 2009 ..............A ...................W .................72-60 Jan. 5, 2010 .................A ...................L ....................59-63 Jan. 17, 2010 ..............H ...................L ....................54-69

Nov. 25, 1995..............A ...................L ................ 56-103 Nov. 22, 1996..............H ...................L ....................55-64 March 24, 2006 .........H • ................W .................68-58 • WNIT

Dec. 30, 2007 .............A ...................W .................85-41 Dec. 16, 2008 .............H ...................W .................98-41

PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0

VCU SERIES TIED 1-1 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Richmond: Virginia Commonwealth leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Virginia Commonwealth — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 82 (82-63) in 1989-90 Most VCU Points: 98 (98-62) in 1990-91 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 19 (82-63) in 1989-90 Biggest VCU Win: 36 (98-62) in 1990-91 Dec. 3, 1989.................H ...................W .................82-63 Dec. 28, 1990 .............A ...................L ....................62-98

WAKE FOREST PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Winston-Salem: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 53 (53-46) in 1998-99 Most Wake Forest Points: 46 (53-46) in 1998-99 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 7 (53-46) in 1998-99 Biggest Wake Forest Win: n/a Dec. 21, 1998 .............N • ................W .................53-46

At Pittsburgh: Virginia Tech leads 2-1 At Blacksburg: Virginia Tech leads 3-0 At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Virginia Tech — 5 Most Pittsburgh Points: 76 (76-54) in 1979-80 Most Virginia Tech Points: 86 (86-50) in 2000-01 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 22 (76-54) in 1979-80 Biggest Virginia Tech Win: 36 (86-50) in 2000-01 Feb. 19, 1980 ..............H ...................W .................76-54 Nov. 30, 1996..............N • ................W .................72-63 Feb. 11, 2001 ..............A ...................L ....................50-86 Dec. 5, 2001.................H ...................L ....................64-83 Jan. 15, 2002 ..............A ...................L ....................53-61 Jan. 21, 2004 ..............H ...................L ....................57-67 Feb. 28, 2004 ..............A ...................L ....................55-85

WEST CHESTER SERIES TIED 1-1 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At West Chester: West Chester leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: West Chester — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 83 (83-72) in 1976-77 Most West Chester Points: 72 (83-72) in 197677 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 11 (83-72) in 1976-77 Biggest West Chester Win: 5 (70-65) in 1977-78 Feb. 11, 1977 ..............H ...................W .................83-72 Jan. 28, 1978 ..............A ...................L ....................65-70

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At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Bowling Green: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 93 (93-50) in 2008-09 Most Western Kentucky Points: 60 (76-60) in 2009-10 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 43 (93-50) in 2008-09 Biggest Western Kentucky Win: n/a Dec. 30, 2008 .............H ...................W .................93-50 Dec. 22, 2009 .............A ...................W .................76-60

• Oakland Tribune Classic (Oakland, CA)

VIRGINIA TECH VIRGINIA TECH LEADS 5-2

WESTERN KENTUCKY

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WESTERN MICHIGAN PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Kalamazoo: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 89 (89-65) in 2009-10 Most Western Michigan Points: 65 (89-65) in 2009-10 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 28 (88-60) in 2008-09 Biggest Western Michigan Win: n/a Nov. 20, 2008..............A •.................W .................88-60 Dec. 5, 2009.................H ...................W .................89-65 • State Farm Tipoff Classic


Series Results Feb. 5, 2011 .................A ...................W .................60-53 Feb. 19, 2011 ..............H ...................L .................. 90- 79 • Played at Altoona High School (Altoona, PA)

WEST VIRGINIA STATE PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Institute, WV: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 85 (85-37) in 2008-09 Most West Virginia State Points: 37 (85-37) in 2008-09 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 48 (85-32) in 2008-09 Biggest West Virginia State Win: n/a Dec. 13, 2008 .............H ...................W .................85-37

WILLIAM & MARY PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-1 At Pittsburgh: William & Mary leads 1-0 At Williamsburg: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 76 (76-49) in 2005-06 Most William & Mary Points: 77 (77-72) in 200102 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 27 (76-49) in 2005-06 Biggest William & Mary Win: 5 (77-72) in 200102 Dec. 30, 1990 .............A ...................W .................68-59 Nov. 16, 2001..............H ...................L ....................72-77 Nov. 18, 2005..............N ...................W .................76-49

WILLIAM PATTERSON PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 At Wayne: n/a At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 100 (100-56) in 1977-78 Most William Patterson Points: 56 (100-56) in 1977-78 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 44 (100-56) in 1977-78 Biggest William Patterson Win: n/a

WILLIAM PENN

XAVIER

PITTSBURGH LEADS 1-0

XAVIER LEADS 2-1

At Pittsburgh: n/a At Oskaloosa: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 1-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 75 (75-65) in 1981-82 Most William Penn Points: 65 (75-65) in 1981-82 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 10 (75-65) in 1981-82 Biggest William Penn Win: n/a

At Pittsburgh: Series tied 1-1 At Cincinnati: Xavier leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Xavier — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 75 (75-63) in 1984-85 Most Xavier Points: 82 (82-65) in 2002-03 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 12 (75-63) in 1984-85 Biggest Xavier Win: 24 (72-48) in 2003-04

Nov. 28, 1981..............N • ................W .................75-65

Dec. 30, 1984 .............H • ................W .................75-63 Dec. 21, 2002 .............A ...................L ....................65-82 Dec. 28, 2003 .............H ...................L ....................48-72

• Converse Classic (Manhattan, KS)

WISCONSIN SERIES TIED 1-1 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Madison: n/a At Neutral Sites: Series tied 1-1 Current Streak: Wisconsin — 1 Most Pittsburgh Points: 75 (92-75) in 2001-02 Most Wisconsin Points: 92 (92-75) in 2001-02 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 9 (73-64) in 1985-86 Biggest Wisconsin Win: 17 (92-75) in 2001-02 Dec. 7, 1985.................N • ................W .................73-64 Nov. 30, 2001..............N ••...............L ....................75-92 • Investors Classic Tournament (Charlottesville, VA)

• Lady Panther Invitational

YOUNGSTOWN STATE PITTSBURGH LEADS 14-3 At Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh leads 9-1 At Youngstown: Pittsburgh leads 5-2 At Neutral Sites: n/a Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 5 Most Pittsburgh Points: 99 (99-42) in 2008-09 Most Youngstown State Points: 86 (86-84) in 1984-85 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 57 (99-42) in 2008-09 Biggest Youngstown State Win: 20 (78-58) in 2010-11

Shavonte Zellous (2005-09)

•• Arizona Basketball Classic (Tuscon, AZ)

WYOMING PITTSBURGH LEADS 2-0 At Pittsburgh: n/a At Laramie: n/a At Neutral Sites: Pittsburgh leads 2-0 Current Streak: Pittsburgh — 2 Most Pittsburgh Points: 79 (79-76) in 1980-81 Most Wyoming Points: 76 (79-76) in 1980-81 Biggest Pittsburgh Win: 5 (63-58) in 2007-08 Biggest Wyoming Win: n/a Nov. 30, 1980..............N • ................W .................79-76 March 22, 2008 .........N ••...............W .................63-58 • Dial Christmas Classic (Miami, FL) •• NCAA Tournament First Round (Albuquerque, NM)

Feb. 2, 1975 .................H ...................W .................86-37 Dec. 5, 1980.................H • ................W .................80-62 Jan. 11, 1982 ..............H ...................W .................83-54 Dec. 17, 1982 .............A ...................W .................75-66 Nov. 29, 1983..............H ...................W .................83-65 Dec. 22, 1984 .............A ...................L (OT) ..........84-86 Dec. 30, 1985 .............H ...................W .................76-61 Dec. 20, 1986 .............A ...................W .................58-57 Dec. 22, 1987 .............H ...................W .................71-64 Feb. 18, 1989 ..............A ...................W .................83-73 Dec. 22, 1990 .............H ...................L ....................62-75 Dec. 5, 1991.................A ...................L ....................74-82 Dec. 18, 1999 .............H ...................W .................67-51 Dec. 19, 2000 .............A ...................W .................86-67 Nov. 24, 2008..............H • ................W .................99-42 Dec. 2, 2009.................A ...................W .................89-37 Nov. 12, 2010..............H ...................W .................78-58 • Pitt Thanksgiving Tournament

The 2008-09 NCAA Sweet 16 banner being raised in the Petersen Events Center.

Jan. 15, 1978 ..............H ...................W ............. 100-56

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Series Summary SERIES RECORDS Akron ....................................................................................3-0 American ...........................................................................3-1 Appalachian State ..........................................................1-0 Arizona.................................................................................2-0 Arkansas ............................................................................0-1 Ashland................................................................................1-2 Austin Peay........................................................................2-0 Ball State ............................................................................1-0 Baylor ...................................................................................2-0 Boise State ........................................................................1-0 Boston College .........................................................15-25 15-25 Boston University ...........................................................1-0 ......1-0 Bowie State .......................................................................1-0 ......1-0 Bucknell ...............................................................................0-1 ......0 ... 0-1 1 Cal Poly ................................................................................1-0 ......1-0 California-Berkeley..........................................................0-1 ......0-1 California-Irvine ................................................................0-1 ......0-1 California (PA) ..................................................................1-0 .........1-0 1-0 0 Campbell .............................................................................1-0 ......1-0 1--0 1-0 Canisius ...............................................................................1-0 .......1-0 1-0 0 Central Connecticut State .........................................1-0 ....... 1-0 -0 0 Central Michigan ............................................................1-0 ....... 1-0 0 Central Missouri .............................................................0-1 ......0-1 0 Central State ....................................................................1-0 ......1-0 -0 College of Charleston ...................................................1-0 ......1-0 -0 Charleston (WV) .............................................................2-0 ......2-0 0 Cheyney State ..................................................................0-8 ......0-8 Cincinnati ............................................................................9-2 ......9-2 Clemson ..............................................................................2-4 ......2-4 Cleveland State .............................................................11-1 ...11-1 Community College of Allegheny County .............3-0 ......3-0 Coppin State .....................................................................1-1 ......1-1 Connecticut ....................................................................9-39 ...9-39 Dayton ..................................................................................0-1 01 Delaware ............................................................................4-0 Delaware State................................................................1-0 DePaul .................................................................................4-5 Detroit ..................................................................................2-2 Duke ......................................................................................0-3 Duquesne .....................................................................19-10 East Carolina ....................................................................1-0 Eastern Kentucky ...........................................................1-2 Eastern Michigan ...........................................................2-2 East Stroudsburg ...........................................................2-0 Edinboro ..............................................................................5-5 Elon ........................................................................................1-0 Fairfield ................................................................................1-0 Fairmont State.................................................................3-0

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Federal City........................................................................2-0 Florida ..................................................................................2-1 Florida A&M ......................................................................1-0 Florida Atlantic .................................................................1-0 Florida International ......................................................1-1 Fordham .............................................................................2-0 Frostburg State...............................................................1-0 Furman ................................................................................1-0 George Mason .................................................................1-0 Georgetown.................................................................27-21 George Washington......................................................3-1 Georgia ................................................................................0-1 Georgia Tech ....................................................................1-0 ................................ ................................... .. ...........1--0 -0 Glassboro o State ........... ..... .........................................................11--0 ..............................................................1-0 Gonzag Gon zag a a ...... .. ......................................................................... ........ . .22-0 -0 Gonzaga ..............................................................................2-0 H ampton ............... ............. .. ...... .................................... ....................1 1-0 1-0 Hampton .............................................................................1-0 Hartford ..............................................................................0-2 ........................................ ............. ... ..........................................0-2 0-2 0-2 Har rvar vard d ...............................................................................1-0 ........................ . ........................................................... .. ..1-0 1-0 -0 Harvard Haw aw waii aii... ............................................................................................0-1 01 0-1 Hawaii ...................................................................................0-1 Hig igh ig hP oin in int.................... nt...........................................................................0-1 ...................... ... ....................................... ..... 0-1 01 High Point Ho oust stton.. to ...............................................................................0-1 .......................................... . ...... .........................................0-1 Houston How ward rd.... rd ...................................................................................6-0 Howard ................................................................................6-0 Imm maculat acu cu ulat lata a.............................................................................0-3 Immaculata........................................................................0-3 Indian na ............................. ..................... .. ... . .................................3-4 Indiana .................................................................................3-4 Indiana (PA) ................ .................................................................4-0 .......................................................................4-0 Iowa ................. .................................. .. ............................................0-1 .......................................................................................0-1 James Mad adiiso ison......................................................................2-0 ison Madison...............................................................2-0 Kansas S St tate ate............................... ........................................... 0-1 State ....................................................................0-1 K ean......... ........................................... .. ...... ..........................................1-0 Kean ......................................................................................1-0 Ken Ke K e tuckyy ............ ..................................................................... 0-1 Kentucky .............................................................................0-1 K Ken Ke .................................. .............................................8 8-5 Kentt State....... State ..........................................................................8-5 LLaFayette LaF ayette........... ....... . ............................... ...... ....................................1-0 ............................................................................1-0 LLa a Sal alle al le e ................................................................................7-1 .................. .. . ........................ ....... ........................................7-1 ... Salle Libert Lib ertyy ..................................................................................1-0 ert .................. ..................................................................... 1-0 Liberty Lockk Have Loc H av n ........................................................................4-1 Haven LLong B h St t ...........................................................1-0 10 Beach State Louisville ..............................................................................2-6 Loyola (MD) .......................................................................2-0 Loyola Marymount .........................................................0-1 Marquette ..........................................................................2-7 Marshall ..............................................................................3-1 Maryland.............................................................................1-7 Maryland-Eastern Shore .............................................1-0 Massachusetts................................................................1-0 Mercer ................................................................................1-1 Miami (FL) .......................................................................8-16 Miami (OH).........................................................................1-1 Michigan .............................................................................2-1 Michigan State ................................................................2-0 Minnesota ..........................................................................0-1

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Mississippi .........................................................................1-1 Mississippi State.............................................................0-2 Missouri ..............................................................................0-1 Missouri-Kansas City ....................................................1-0 Monmouth .........................................................................2-0 Montana .............................................................................1-0 Morehead State ..............................................................0-1 Morgan State ...................................................................1-0 Morris Harvey ..................................................................1-0 Mount St. Mary’s ............................................................4-0 National College ..............................................................1-0 Niagara................................................................................2-0 Norffol Nor f lk lk State Stat Stat tate e ....................................................................2-0 ............................ ...... ... ....... ... .. ....................................2-0 Norfolk .............................................1-0 North Carolina ......................... .................................................................1-0 ........................... ..................................1-0 1-0 0 North Carolina A&T ......................................................1-0 Nor o th Carolina or a State S te ........... Sta ...............................................1-1 North ....................................................1-1 Nor orrth o th Florida ....................................................................1-0 ............ . ............................. .. ...............................1-0 North Nor orrth o theastern...... ... ...................................................................... 0-3 Northeastern....................................................................0-3 North Nor th hern Kentucky Ken ntuc u kyy ........................................................3-1 ......................... .. ..................................... 3-1 Northern Nor orrth hwestern n...................................................................2-1 ............................................... ...... ....... . ......... . ................ . ..2-1 Northwestern Nottre e Dame Dame..... ...................................... ....................................3-19 Notre ...................................................................3-19 Ohi .......................................................................................8-0 ............................................................................. ..................8-0 Ohio Ohi hiio State ........ ..................................................... .................2-10 Ohio .......................................................................2-10 Okl kllah homa...... ........................................................ .........................0-2 2 Oklahoma ............................................................................0-2 d Dominion Dominion n ....................................................................0-3 ......................................................................0-3 3 Old Pe enn State.. .......................................................................13-27 27 7 Penn State ...................................................................13-27 Pep Pe ............................................................................1-0 1-0 1 0 Pepperdine ........................................................................1-0 Provvidence.....................................................................20-27 Pro ....... ........ .. ...............................................................200 27 0Providence Purdue .................................................................................1-0 ......................................................................................1 1-0 Purdue Queens ................................................................................0-2 ................................................. .. ...................................0-2 0-2 Queens R de Rho de Island I land Isl land ...... ........................... .. ... ......................................0-1 0-1 -1 Rhode .....................................................................0-1 Radford............... .. ........................... ...... ... ....... . .............. .. .....................1 1-0 Radford................................................................................1-0 Richmo Ri h nd ................................. ........................ ...... . ....... ... ..........1 1-1 Richmond ...........................................................................1-1 Morris...................................... ..... ..........................242 0 Robert Morris ...............................................................24-0 ..................................................................................3-24 Rutgers ............................................................................3-24 S d Heart H t....................................................................1-0 10 Sacred St. Bonaventure ..............................................................3-0 St. Francis (NY) ...............................................................1-0 St. Francis (PA)................................................................6-3 St. John’s ......................................................................16-32 Saint Joseph’s ................................................................1-3 St. Vincent ..........................................................................3-0 San Diego ...........................................................................0-1 San Diego State ..............................................................1-1 Seton Hall .....................................................................26-21 Siena .....................................................................................1-1 Slippery Rock ....................................................................9-5 South Carolina .................................................................0-2 South Carolina State.....................................................2-0 USF ........................................................................................7-2

Southern Methodist ......................................................1-0 Stanford ..............................................................................0-2 Stony Brook .......................................................................1-0 Syracuse .......................................................................28-20 Temple .................................................................................4-1 Tennessee..........................................................................0-4 Tennessee Tech ..............................................................1-1 Texas ....................................................................................1-1 Texas A&M ........................................................................1-0 Texas-Arlington ................................................................1-1 Texas Tech.........................................................................0-2 Toledo...................................................................................0-3 Towson State ....................................................................4-0 Tulane................. Tulane...................................................................................1-0 UNC Greensbo Greensboro ............................................................1-0 UNC C Wi Wilmi l ngt .............................................................0-1 lm Wilmington UNLV V ............. ....... ....................................................................................0-1 Utah ................. .... ......................................................................................2-0 Va Val dosta .... .......... Valdosta ..............................................................................1-0 Va Valparaiso o ............................................................................2-0 ....... V anderbililt. illt ...........................................................................0-1 ......... Vanderbilt Ve Ver m t ................................................................................1-0 mon ........... Vermont Villanova ova va ........................................................................19-35 ............ Vir rgin gi ia ia............... Virginia .................................................................................1-2 Virginia Comm Commonwealth ..............................................1-1 Virginia Tech ... .....................................................................2-5 Wagner............. Wagner ...............................................................................2-0 Wake Forest... Forest .....................................................................1-0 West Chester ..................................................................1-1 West Liberty... Libertyy .....................................................................1-0 West Virginia................................................................18-24 West Virginia State .......................................................1-0 Western Kent Kentucky .........................................................2-0 Western Mich Michigan .........................................................2-0 William & Mar Mary ...............................................................2-1 Willi tt William P Patterson ..........................................................1-0 William Penn ....................................................................1-0 Wisconsin ..........................................................................1-1 Wyoming ............................................................................2-0 Xavier ...................................................................................1-2 Youngstown State.......................................................14-3


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2010-11 FINAL STANDINGS BIG EAST W-L Pct. H A #&$Connecticut (1/3) 16-0 1.000 8-0 8-0 #DePaul (9/10) 13-3 813 8-0 5-3 #Notre Dame (10/2) 13-3 .813 7-1 6-2 #Rutgers (RV/RV) 11-5 .688 7-1 4-4 ^Marquette (25/25) 10-6 .625 5-3 5-3 ^Louisville (RV/19) 10-6 .625 7-1 3-5 ^St. John’s (NR/RV) 9-7 .563 5-3 4-4 ^Georgetown (23/14) 9-7 563 6-2 3-5 Syracuse 9-7 .563 6-2 3-5 West Virginia (RV/RV) 8-8 .500 5-3 3-5 Providence 6-10 375 3-5 3-5 Pittsburgh 5-11 .313 3-5 2-6 USF 3-13 .188 2-6 1-7 Villanova 3-13 .188 1-7 2-6 Cincinnati 2-14 .125 1-7 1-7 Seton Hall 1-15 .063 0-8 1-7 (Associated Press/USA Today-ESPN rankings)

W-L 36-2 29-7 31-8 20-13 24-9 . 22-13 22-11 24-11 25-10 24-10 13-16 14-17 12-19 12-19 9-20 8-22

OVERALL Pct. H .947 22-0 .806 17-0 .795 15-2 .606 12-1 727 13-3 .629 13-2 .667 10-3 .686 13-2 .714 20-2 .706 13-3 .448 8-6 .452 8-6 .387 8-7 .387 4-9 .310 6-10 .267 5-10

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

N 3-1 2-2 8-1 4-2 3-1 3-4 4-1 4-2 2-2 6-1 0-4 2-2 2-2 4-1 1-2 0-3

Streak L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L6

# - Clinched the BIG EAST regular-season title; $ - BIG EAST Championship First- & Second-Round Byes; ^ - BIG EAST Championship First-Round Bye

Friday, March 4 - First Round (BE.tv) Game 1 - Noon; #12 Pittsburgh, 63 vs. #13 USF, 60 Game 2 - 2 p.m.; #9 Syracuse, 74 vs. #16 Seton Hall, 44 Game 3 - 6 p.m.; #10 West Virginia 66 vs. #15 Cincinnati, 41 Game 4 - 8 p.m.; #11 Providence, 50 vs. #14 Villanova, 52(ot)

Monday, March 7 - Semifinals (ESPNU) Game 13 - 6 p.m.; #1 Connecticut, 75 vs. #4 Rutgers, 51 Game 14 - 8 p.m.; #2 DePaul, 67 vs. #3 Notre Dame 71

Saturday, March 5 - Second Round (BETV; BE.tv) Game 5 - Noon; #5 Marquette 65 vs. #12 Pittsburgh, 61 Game 6 - 2 p.m.; #8 Georgetown, 61 vs. #9 Syracuse, 60 Game 7 - 6 p.m. ; #7 St. John’s, 59 vs. #10 West Virginia, 51 Game 8 - 8 p.m.; #6 Louisville, 69 vs. #14 Villanova, 47

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BIG EAST FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Bria Hartley, Connecticut (Fr., Guard, North Babylon, N.Y.) BIG EAST COACHES OF THE YEAR Geno Auriemma, Connecticut (26th season at UConn) BIG EAST DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Devereaux Peters, Notre Dame (Sr., F, Chicago, Ill.) BIG EAST MOST IMPROVED PLAYER AWARD Natalie Novosel, Notre Dame (Jr., Guard, Lexington, Ky.) BIG EAST SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD Shelly Bellman, Cincinnati (Sr., Guard/Forward, Ottawa, Ohio) Sam Quigley, DePaul (Sr., G, Joliet, Ill.)

2011 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

Sunday, March 6 - Quarterfinals (ESPNU) Game 9 - Noon; #4 Rutgers, 68 vs. #5 Marquette, 62 Game 10 - 2 p.m.; #1 Connecticut, 59 vs. #8 Georgetown, 43 Game 11 - 6 p.m.; #2 DePaul, 66 vs. #7 St. John’s, 54 Game 12 - 8 p.m.; #3 Notre Dame, 63 vs. #6 Louisville, 53

BIG EAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR Maya Moore, Connecticut (Sr., Forward, Lawrenceville, Ga.)

Tuesday, March 8 - Championship (ESPN) Game 15 - 7 p.m.; #1 Connecticut, 73 vs. #3 Notre Dame, 64

BIG EAST SIXTH MAN AWARD Taylor Pikes, DePaul (Jr., G/F, Chicago, Ill.) BIG EAST SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Maya Moore, Connecticut (Sr., Forward, Lawrenceville, Ga.) 2011 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP ALLTOURNAMENT TEAM

Tournament’s Most Outstanding Player Maya Moore, Connecticut All-Tournament Team Stefanie Dolson, Connecticut Bria Hartley, Connecticut Skylar Diggins, Notre Dame Natalie Novosel, Notre Dame Keisha Hampton, DePaul

2010-11 ALL-BIG EAST TEAMS ALL-BIG EAST FIRST TEAM Tiffany Hayes Connecticut Jr. G *Maya Moore Connecticut Sr. F *Keisha Hampton DePaul Jr. F *Sugar Rodgers Georgetown So. G Monique Reid Louisville Jr. F Angel Robinson Marquette Sr. G *Skylar Diggins Notre Dame So. G Natalie Novosel Notre Dame Jr. G Devereaux Peters Notre Dame Sr. F Kayla Alexander Syracuse So. C Liz Repella West Virginia Sr. G ALL-BIG EAST SECOND TEAM Bria Hartley Connecticut Fr. G Sam Quigley DePaul Sr. G Tatiyiana McMorris Marquette Sr. G TANEISHA HARRISON PITTSBURGH SR. G Monique Oliver Rutgers So. F/C Khadijah Rushdan Rutgers R-Jr. G April Sykes Rutgers Jr. G/F Shenneika Smith St. John’s So. G Da’Shena Stevens St. John’s Jr. F Andrea Smith USF Jr. G Madina Ali West Virginia R-Sr. F ALL-BIG EAST HONORABLE MENTION Kelly Faris Connecticut So. G Felicia Chester DePaul Sr. F Monica McNutt Georgetown Sr. G Shoni Schimmel Louisville Fr. G CHELSEA COLE PITTSBURGH SR. F Iasia Hemingway Syracuse Jr. G ALL-BIG EAST FRESHMAN TEAM Kayla Cook Cincinnati Fr. G Jeanise Randolph Cincinnati Fr. F *Stefanie Dolson Connecticut Fr. C *Bria Hartley Connecticut Fr. G *Shoni Schimmel Louisville Fr. G Sheronne Vails Louisville Fr. C Katherine Plouffe Marquette Fr. F/G *Natalie Achonwa Notre Dame Fr. F Lauren Okafor Providence Fr. F Ka-Deidre Simmons Seton Hall Fr. G ^ - Due to a tie in voting, two extra members have been added to the team * - unanimous selection


2010-11 Big East Review 2011 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS PHILADELPHIA REGIONAL First Round No. 1 Connecticut 75, No. 16 Hartford 39 March 20; Storrs, Conn. No. 3 DePaul 56, No. 14 Navy 43 March 19; University Park, Pa. No. 5 Georgetown 65, No. 12 Princeton 49 March 20; College Park, Md. Second Round No. 1 Connecticut 64, No. 9 Purdue 40 March 22; Storrs, Conn. No. 3 DePaul 75, No. 6 Penn State 73 March 21; University Park, Pa. No. 5 Georgetown 79, No. 4 Maryland 57 March 22; College Park, Md. Regionals No. 1 Connecticut 68, No. 5 Georgetown 63 March 27; Philadelphia, Pa. No. 2 Duke 70, No. 3 DePaul 63 March 27; Philadelphia, Pa. No. 1 Connecticut 75, No. 2 Duke 40 March 29; Philadelphia, Pa. DALLAS REGIONAL First Round No. 9 West Virginia 79, No. 8 Houston 73 March 20; Waco, Texas No. 7 Rutgers 76, No. 10 Louisiana Tech 51 March 20; Shreveport, La. Second Round No. 1 Baylor 82, No. 9 West Virginia 68 March 22; Waco, Texas No. 2 Texas A&M 76, No. 7 Rutgers 51 March 22; Shreveport, La. SPOKANE REGIONAL First Round No. 9 St. John’s 55, No. 8 Texas Tech 50 March 19; Stanford, Calif. No. 7 Louisville 81, No. 10 Vanderbilt 62 March 20; Cincinnati, Ohio Second Round No. 1 Stanford 86, No. 9 St. John’s 59 March 21; Stanford, Calif.

No. 7 Louisville 85, No. 2 Xavier 75 March 22; Cincinnati, Ohio Regionals No. 11 Gonzaga 76, No. 7 Louisville 69 March 26; Spokane, Wash. DAYTON REGIONAL First Round No. 8 Marquette 68, No. 9 Texas 65 March 19; Knoxville, Tenn. No. 2 Notre Dame 67, No. 15 Utah 54 March 19; Salt Lake City, Utah Second Round No. 1 Tennessee 79, No. 8 Marquette 70 March 21; Knoxville, Tenn. No. 2 Notre Dame 77, No. 10 Temple 64 March 21; Salt Lake City, Utah Regionals No. 2 Notre Dame 78, No. 6 Oklahoma 53 March 26; Dayton, Ohio No. 2 Notre Dame 73, No. 1 Tennessee 59 March 28; Dayton, Ohio National Semifinals No. 2 Notre Dame 72, No. 1 Connecticut 63 National Final No. 2 Texas A&M 76, No. 2 Notre Dame 70 April 5; Indianapolis, Ind.

2011 WNIT RESULTS FIRST ROUND Thursday, March 18 - Boston, Mass. Providence 64, Boston University 58 Thursday, March 18 - Gainesville, Fla. Florida 61, USF 54 Thursday, March 18 - Syracuse, N.Y. (MF) Syracuse 87, Harvard 68 Thursday, March 18 - Milwaukee, Wis. Marquette 85, Eastern Illinois 56 Friday, March 19 - Toledo, Ohio Toledo 70, Pittsburgh 58 Michigan 78, Syracus 52

2010-11 BIG EAST FINAL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS To be ranked, a player must appear in at least 75.0% of their team’s games.

SCORING PLAYER-TEAM 1. MOORE, Maya-UCONN 2. RODGERS, Sugar-GU 3. SMITH, Andrea-USF 4. HAMPTON, Keisha-DPU 5. REID, Monique-LOU 6. HARRISON, TANEISHA-PITT REBOUNDING PLAYER-TEAM 1. COLE, Chelsea-PITT 2. GRANT, Porche-USF 3. MOORE, Maya-UCONN 4. WRIGHT, Teya-PC 5. LEE, Chelsey-RU

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FG 333 225 179 189 214 177

3FG 68 96 53 62 1 54

FT 134 107 99 135 115 71

PTS 868 653 510 575 544 479

AVG/G 22.8 18.7 16.5 16.0 15.5 15.5

CL SR SR SR SR JR

G 31 27 38 29 33

OFF 107 96 100 116 83

DEF 211 135 213 117 165

TOTAL 318 231 313 233 248

AVG/G 10.3 8.6 8.2 8.0 7.5

FIELD GOAL PCT PLAYER-TEAM 1. DOLSON, Stefanie-UCONN 2. PETERS, Devereaux-ND 3. CHESTER, Felicia-DPU 4. REID, Monique-LOU 5. ALEXANDER, Kayla-SU

CL FR S-R SR JR SO

G 38 39 36 35 35

FGM 162 195 170 214 185

FGMA 263 329 298 388 337

PCT. .616 .593 .570 .552 .549

FREE GOAL PCT PLAYER-TEAM 1. MCMORRIS, TATIYIANA-MU 2. MOORE, MAYA-UCONN 3. RODGERS, SUGAR-GU 4. SIMS, JANIA-PITT 5. MCKENITH, NADIRAH-STJ

CL SR SR SO SR SO

G 32 38 35 30 33

FTM 64 134 107 101 84

FTA 74 159 129 123 105

PCT. .865 .843 .829 .821 .800

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT PLAYER-TEAM 1. BURAKOSKI, AMANDA-STJ 2. MALLORY, BRITTANY-ND 3. HARTLEY, BRIA-UCONN 4. MCMORRIS, TATIYIANA-MU 5. BURKE, BECKY-LOU

CL SO SR FR SR JR

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FTM 49 45 69 80 59

FTA 115 112 176 205 152

PCT. .426 .402 .392 .390 .388

ASSISTS 160 169 171 160 186

AVG/G 5.16 4.97 4.89| 4.85 4.77

ASSISTS PLAYER-TEAM 1. RUSHDAN, Khadijah-RU 2. WRIGHT, Rubylee-GU 3. SCHIMMEL, Shoni-LOU 4. ROBINSON, Angel-MU 5. DIGGINS, Skylar-ND

CL JR JR FR SR SO

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2010-11 Big East Review ASSISTS PLAYER-TEAM 1. RUSHDAN, Khadijah-RU 2. WRIGHT, Rubylee-GU 3. SCHIMMEL, Shoni-LOU 4. ROBINSON, Angel-MU 5. DIGGINS, Skylar-ND

CL JR JR FR SR SO

G 31 34 35 33 39

ASSISTS 160 169 171 160 186

AVG/G 5.16 4.97 4.89| 4.85 4.771.

BLOCKED SHOTS PLAYER-TEAM 1. ALEXANDER, Kayla-SU 2. OLIVER, Monique-RU 3. COLE, Chelsea-PITT 4. PETERS, Devereaux-ND 5. HARRY, Katherine-DPU

CL SO SO SR SR SO

G 35 33 31 39 36

B.SHOTS 91 66 56 68 61

AVG/G 2.60 2.00 1.81 1.74 1.69

STEALS PLAYER-TEAM 1. GIBBS, Tia-LOU 2. RODGERS, Sugar-GU 3. ROBINSON, Angel-MU 4. MOORE, Maya-UCONN 5. McKENITH, Nadirah-STJ

CL SO SO SR SR SO

G 35 35 33 38 33

STEALS 95 90 78 89 73

AVG/G 2.71 2.57 2.36 2.34 2.21

SCORING OFFENSE TEAM 1. Notre Dame 2. Connecticut 3. DePaul 4. Louisville 5. Syracuse 7. PITT

G 39 38 36 35 35 31

W-L 31-8 36-2 29-7 22-13 25-10 14-17

PTS 3004 2909 2650 2492 2451 2055

AVG/G 77.0 76.6 73.6 71.2 70.0 66.3

TEAM 1. Connecticut 2. West Virginia 3. Villanova 4. Notre Dame 5. Georgetown 15. PITT

G 38 34 31 39 35 31

CL SR SR SR SR SO

G 29 27 31 39 35

NO. 116 96 107 128 105

AVG/G 4.00 3.56 3.45 3.28 3.00

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS PLAYER-TEAM 1. COLE, CHELSEA-PITT 2. MOORE, Maya-UCONN 3. FARIS, Kelly-UCONN 4. SCOTT, SHAYLA-PITT 5. LEE, Chelsey-RU GRANT, Porche-USF

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NO. 211 213 199 162 165 135

AVG/G 6.81 5.61 5.24 5.23 5.00 5.00

MINUTES PLAYER-TEAM 1. ULIS, Shareese-CIN 2. ROBINSON, Angel-MU 3. RUSHDAN, Khadijah-RU 4. REPELLA,Liz-WVU 5. McMORRIS, Tatiyiana-MU 6. HARRISON, TANEISHA-PITT

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NO. 1032 1147 1072 1173 1078 1042

AVG/G 35.59 34.76 34.58 34.50 33.69 33.61

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G 38 39 36 35 34 31

PTS AVG/G 1903 50.1 1827 53.7 1731 55.8 2193 56.2 1976 56.5 2002 64.6

OFF 76.6 77.0 73.6 70.0 66.2 66.3

DEF 50.1 56.2 60.0 57.0 53.7 64.6

MAR. +26.5 +20.8 +13.6 +13.1 +12.5 +1.7

G FG FGA PCT 38 1083 2193 .494 39 1099 2290 .480 35 913 2040 .448 36 991 2219 .447 33 781 1802 .433 31 747 1748 .427

FREE THROW PCT TEAM 1. Villanova 2. Connecticut 3. Syracuse 4. Notre Dame 5. Marquette 6. PITT

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Connecticut Syracuse West Virginia Rutgers Notre Dame PITT

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711 702 60 662 802 701

2192 1991 1693 1812 2179 1875

.324 .353 .359 .365 .368 .374

TEAM 1. Notre Dame 2. Connecticut 3. Louisville 4. DePaul 5. Rutgers 10.PITT

G 39 38 35 36 33 31

FG 139 225 243 255 150 153

FGA 385 630 684 727 434 483

PCT .361 .357 .355 .351 .346 .317

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE TEAM 1. Connecticut 2. Notre Dame 3. Louisville 4. DePaul 5. Marquette 7. PITT

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE Team G FTM FTA Pct

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

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OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS PLAYER-TEAM 1. WRIGHT, Teya-PC 2. GRANT, Porche-USF 3. COLE, CHELSEA-PITT 4. PETERS, Devereaux-ND 5. ALEXANDER, Kayla-SU

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FTM 218 518 597 667 450 408

FTA 281 677 831 930 628 572

PCT .776 .765 .718 .717 .717 .713

TEAM 1. Notre Dame 2. Connecticut 3. Providence 4. DePaul 5. Georgetown 12. PITT

G 39 38 29 36 35 31

FG 164 191 113 161 197 175

REBOUNDING MARGIN TEAM G TEAM 1. Syracuse 35 1579 2. Connecticut 38 1605 3. Not-re Dame 39 1582 4. West Virginia 34 1305 5. Providence 29 1164 9. PITT 31 1195

AVG 45.1 42.2 40.6 38.4 40.1 38.5

FGA 610 687 402 554 675 557

OPP 1110 1128 1261 1115 1085 1150

PCT .269 .278 .281 .291 .292 .314

AVG MARGIN 31.7 +13.4 29.7 +12.6 32.3 +8.2 32.8 +5.6 37.4 +2.7 37.1 +1.5


Big East Records

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS/BIG EAST GAMES

SEASON HIGHS

GAME HIGHS POINTS 39, Lorri Johnson vs. Syracuse, 1/11/89 FIELD GOALS MADE 13, Jennifer Bruce vs. Providence, 1/30/85 Shavonte Zellous vs Providence, 2/3/07 Shavonte Zellous at DePaul, 1/6/08 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 27, Lorri Johnson vs. Providence, 3/3/91 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1.000, Sophronia Sallard vs. St. John’s, (5-5) 3/2/09

3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE 7, Haley Harguth at Rutgers, 1/15/02 Haley Harguth vs. Boston College, 1/12/02 Erin Maloy vs. Providence, 2/1/92 Lorri Johnson vs. Seton Hall, 2/7/90

POINTS 373, Lorri Johnson, 1988-89

3-PT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 18, Erin Maloy vs. Miami, 1/11/92

FIELD GOALS MADE 144, Jennifer Bruce, 1984-85

REBOUNDS 22, Chelsea Cole vs. Seton Hall, 2/20/10

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .604, Connie Hurt, 1989-90 Marcedes Walker, 2006-07

ASSISTS 12, LaTonya Blanton vs. Boston College, 2/13/99 Carol Morton vs. St. John’s, 1/4/95 Kim Tirik vs Connecticut, 2/9/83

FREE THROWS MADE 16, Laine Selwyn at Providence, 2/26/02

POINTS PER GAME 34.8, Lorri Johnson, 1988-89

FREE THROWS MADE 97, Shavonte Zellous, 2008-09 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .857, Taneisha Harrison, 2008-09

STEALS 9, Laine Selwyn at Virginia Tech, 1/15/03 Carol Morton vs. Boston College, 1/14/95

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 19, Jennifer Bruce vs. Georgetown, 1/10/84

Lorri Johnson (pictured above) scored the highest single game total in Big East play in Panthers’ history (39 points vs. Syracuse on Jan. 11, 1989.

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 10 ATTEMPTS) 100.0, Jennifer Shingler vs. Providence, 1/30/90

Kim Tirik (below) owns the program record for assists per game in a single season (6.8/1983-84).

TEAM RECORDS/BIG EAST GAMES

GAME HIGHS

SEASON HIGHS

POINTS 97, vs. Providence, 2/2/91 97, at DePaul, 1/6/08

POINTS 1272, (1993-94)

POINTS IN A HALF 64, vs. Providence, 3/3/91 REBOUNDS 61, vs. St. John’s, 1/4/95 PERSONAL FOULS 31, vs. Syracuse, 1/12/97

REBOUNDS 769, (1994-95)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .737, (2008-09) BEST BIG EAST RECORD 12-4, (2008-09)

AVERAGE REBOUNDS PER GAME 43.5, (1990-91) FIELD GOALS MADE 471, (1992-93) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .457, (1983-84) FREE THROWS MADE 268, (1992-93)

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Big East Honors ALL-BIG EAST SELECTIONS 2010-11 Second Team: Taneisha Harrison Honorable Mention: Chelsea Cole

2004-05 All-Rookie Team: Marcedes Walker Honorable Mention: Marcedes Walker

2009-10 Honorable Mention: Chelsea Cole Honorable Mention: Jania Sims

2003-04 Honorable Mention: Latoya Kincaid

2008-09 First Team: Shavonte Zellous Second Team: Xenia Stewart All-Rookie Team: Pepper Wilson 2007-08 First Team: Shavonte Zellous Second Team: Marcedes Walker All-Rookie Team: Chelsea Cole, Taneisha Harrison 2006-07 First Team: Marcedes Walker, Shavonte Zellous All-Rookie Team: Jania Sims Most Improved Player: Shavonte Zellous 2005-06 First Team: Marcedes Walker Second Team: Mallorie Winn

2002-03 Third Team: Laine Selwyn 2001-02 Honorable Mention: Laine Selwyn 1999-00 All-Rookie Team: Mandy Wittenmyer Coach of the Year: Traci Waites 1994-95 Second Team: Carol Morton Third Team: Jenine Joyce All-Rookie Team: Latia Howard 1993-94 First Team: Jonna Huemrich Third Team: Jill Colabrese 1992-93 First Team: Jonna Huemrich Third Team: Turia Ransom

1991-92 Second Team: Jonna Huemrich 1990-91 First Team: Lorri Johnson All-Rookie Team: Jonna Huemrich Rookie of the Year: Jonna Huemrich 1989-90 Second Team: Lorri Johnson All-Rookie Team: Maureen McConnell, Turia Ransom 1988-89 First Team: Lorri Johnson 1986-87 All-Freshman Team: Jennifer Shingler 1984-85 First Team: Jennifer Bruce 1983-84 Player of the Year: Jennifer Bruce First Team: Jennifer Bruce All-Freshman Team: Julie Callan Coach of the Year: Judy Saurer

Danielle Donehew, Associate Commissioner of Women’s Basketball for the Big East, poses with Taneisha Harrison (above) and Chelsea Cole as they receive their All-Big East 2011-12 plaques.

BIG EAST PLAYER OF WEEK SELECTIONS Shavonte Zellous (7) ............................ Jan. 26, 2009 .....................................Dec. 22, 2008 ............................................................................ Dec. 8, 2008 ..........................................................................Jan. 14, 2008 .............................................................................Jan. 7, 2008 ............................................................................ Dec. 3, 2007

......................................................................... Nov. 28, 2006 Laine Selwyn (3) ..................................... Dec. 30, 2002 ........................................................................ Dec. 16, 2002 ........................................................................ Feb. 11, 2002 Mandy Wittenmyer .............................. Dec. 23, 2001 Bettina Love ............................................. Dec. 26, 2000

Latia Howard ........................................... Jan. 22, 1996 Jonna Huemrich ....................................... Jan. 3, 1994 Lorri Johnson (3)................................... Feb. 25, 1991 .................................................................... Dec. 30, 1990 ....................................................................... Dec. 5, 1988 Connie Hurt .............................................. Jan. 15, 1990

Sally Sheerer .............................................. Dec. 7, 1987 Jennifer Bruce (5).................................... Feb. 4, 1985 ........................................................................... Feb. 5, 1984 ........................................................................ Feb. 27, 1983 ........................................................................ Feb. 15, 1983 ........................................................................ Jan. 17, 1983

BIG EAST ROOKIE OF WEEK SELECTIONS Xenia Stewart........................................... Nov. 27, 2005 Marcedes Walker (2)........................... Feb. 21, 2005 ......................................................................... Jan. 24, 2005 Mandy Wittenmyer (3) ........................ Feb. 28, 2000 ............................................................................ Feb. 7, 2000 ............................................................................ Jan. 3, 2000

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Brooke Stewart ....................................... Jan. 10, 2000 Latia Howard ............................................... Jan. 2, 1995 Jenine Joyce ............................................. Jan. 20, 1991 Jonna Huemrich ........................................ Feb. 4, 1991 Erin Maloy .................................................. Feb. 11, 1991 Maureen McConnell ................................ Jan. 8, 1990

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Turia Ransom (2) ................................... Feb. 26, 1990 ......................................................................... Feb. 19, 1990 Lorri Johnson (2).................................... Jan. 31, 1988 ......................................................................... Jan. 24, 1988 Connie Hurt .................................................. Feb. 7, 1988 Jennifer Shingler........................................ Feb. 1, 1987

Julie Callahan (2) .................................... Feb. 12, 1984 ......................................................................... Jan. 10, 1984


Pitt in the Big East Championship Pitt owns an all-time record of 13-25 in the Big East Conference Tournament. The Panthers advanced to the semifinals in 2008 with a 64-53 quarterfinal win over No. 9-ranked Notre Dame. Pitt’s three games in the 2008 tournament marks the most for the Panthers since the 1996 season when they also advanced to the semifinals. The following is a list of the Panthers’ all-time games in the Big East Tournament: DATE 3-5-11 3-4-11 3-5-10 3-9-09 3-8-09 3-10-08 3-9-08 3-8-08 3-4-07 3-3-07 3-5-06 3-4-06 3-5-05 3-8-03 3-4-00

SEED #12 #12 #12 #3 #3 #5 #5 #5 #6 #6 #6 #6 #10 #11 #8

OPPONENT #5 Marquette #13 USF #13 Louisville #2 Louisville #6 DePaul #1 Connecticut #4 Notre Dame #12 Villanova #3 Marquette #11 Cincinnati #3 DePaul #11 Cincinnati #7 West Virginia #6 Notre Dame #9 St. John’s

RESULT L, 65-61 W, 63-60 L, 79-71 L, 69-63 W, 62-59 L, 74-47 W, 64-53 W, 69-63 L, 61-51 W, 76-71 L, 69-46 W, 77-62 L, 77-68 L, 73-65 L, 75-62

SITE XLC XLC XLC XLC XLC HCC HCC HCC HCC HCC UC UC UC RU UC

DATE 2-27-99 2-28-98 3-1-97 3-4-96 3-3-96 3-2-96 3-5-95 3-4-95 3-6-94 3-5-94 3-6-93 3-7-92 3-6-92 3-3-91 3-2-91

SEED #12 #13 #13 #13 #13 #13 #4 #4 #3 #3 #4 #7 #7 #3 #3

OPPONENT #5 Georgetown #4 Villanova #4 Miami #1 UConn #5 Villanova #4 Miami #1 UConn #5 St. John’s #2 Seton Hall #6 Miami #5 Villanova #2 UConn #10 Boston College #2 Providence #6 Boston College

RESULT L, 70-52 L, 56-51 L, 64-50 L, 83-51 W, 59-57 W, 52-49 L, 95-63 W, 73-67 L, 66-54 W, 70-60 L, 74-59 L, 86-50 W, 70-59 L, 107-92 W, 82-78

SITE RU RU UC UC UC UC SHU SHU UC UC PC UC UC GU GU

DATE SEED OPPONENT 3-4-90 #6 #2 Providence 3-3-90 #6 #3 Seton Hall 3-2-89 #9 #8 Georgetown 3-5-88 #7 #3 St. John’s 3-4-88 #7 #2 Villanova 2-26-87 #9 #8 Seton Hall 2-28-86 #6 #3 Syracuse 3-1-85 #4 #5 Syracuse 3-3-84 #1 #4 Seton Hall 3-2-84 #1 #9 UConn 3-4-83 #3 #6 Georgetown

RESULT L, 89-88 W, 84-77 L, 61-57 L, 93-73 W, 54-51 L, 77-64 L, 58-57 L, 56-55 L, 80-68 W, 60-57 L, 61-60

SITE UC UC SHU UP UP VU BC SU SJU SJU PC

Above: Taneisha Harrison, Shavonte Zellous, Marcedes Walker and Chelsea Cole after the Big East banquet in 2008; Zellous and Shayla Scott celebrate a victory in the 2009 Big East Championship.

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St. John’s at Hofstra, 7:00 p.m. St. Francis (Pa.) at Syracuse, 7:00 p.m. Evansville at Cincinnati, 7:00 p.m. Jack-in-the-Box Rainbow Wahine Classic (Honolulu, HI) DePaul vs. San Diego State, 11:55 p.m. Lafayette at SyracuseTBA Houston at Georgetown, 2:00 p.m. Georgia Tech at Marquette (BC), 2:00 p.m. Villanova at Princeton , 3:00 p.m. Jack-in-the-Box Rainbow Wahine Classic (Honolulu, HI) DePaul vs. Portland, 7:00 p.m. Rutgers at La Salle, 7:00 p.m. Preseason WNIT Final TBA CBS SN Central Michigan at Pittsburgh, Noon Xavier at Louisville, 2:00 p.m. Michigan at Seton Hall, 2:00 p.m. North Carolina Central at West Virginia 2:00 p.m. Jack-in-the-Box Rainbow Wahine Classic (Honolulu, HI) DePaul at Hawaii, 11:55 p.m. Monmouth at Georgetown, 7:00 p.m. Stanford at Connecticut (XL), 7:30 p.m. ESPNU Austin Peay at Louisville, Noon Wagner at St. John’s, 6:00 p.m. Providence at Oakland, 6:30 p.m. Delaware at Villanova, 7:00 p.m. Buffalo at Syracuse, 7:00 p.m. Lehigh at Rutgers, 7:30 p.m. Great Alaskan Shootout (Anchorage, AK) USF vs. Central Michigan, 6:00 p.m. Paradise Jam (St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands) Seton Hall vs. Louisiana Tech, 3:15 p.m. Great Alaskan Shootout (Anchorage, AK) USF vs. Miami/Alaska-Anchorage, 6/8:00 p.m. Paradise Jam (St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands) Marquette vs. Washington State, 8:00 p.m. Cancun Challenge (Cancun, Mexico) Cincinnati vs. South Dakota State, 9:00 p.m. Junkanoo Jam (Freeport, Bahamas) St. John’s vs. Iowa, TBA Paradise Jam (St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands) Seton Hall vs. Alabama, 1:00 p.m. Cancun Challenge (Cancun, Mexico) Cincinnati vs. Chattanooga, 5:00 p.m. San Juan Shootout (San Juan, Puerto Rico) Rutgers vs. Georgia Tech, 5:30 p.m Paradise Jam (St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands) Marquette vs. Prairie View A&M , 5:45 p.m. Junkanoo Jam (Freeport, Bahamas) Notre Dame vs. Southern California, 5:45 p.m. FSU Tournament (Tallahassee, Fla.)

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PITTSBURGH at VILLANOVA, 7:00 p.m. USF at CINCINNATI, 7:00 p.m. DEPAUL at GEORGETOWN, 7:00 p.m. MARQUETTE at LOUISVILLE, 7:00 p.m. SYRACUSE at RUTGERS, 9:00 p.m. CBS SN NOTRE DAME at SETON HALL, 7:00 p.m. PROVIDENCE at ST. JOHN’S, 7:00 p.m. WEST VIRGINIA at CONNECTICUT (XL) 7:00 p.m. CINCINNATI at RUTGERS, 2:00 p.m.

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DEPAUL at PROVIDENCE, 2:00 p.m. SYRACUSE at PITTSBURGH, 2:00 p.m. CONNECTICUT at NOTRE DAME, 4:00 p.m. CBS GEORGETOWN at USF (BMSC), 7:00 p.m. VILLANOVA at WEST VIRGINIA, 7:00 p.m. SETON HALL at MARQUETTE, 8:00 p.m. LOUISVILLE at ST. JOHN’S, 1:30 p.m.

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SETON HALL at RUTGERS, 7:30 p.m. SYRACUSE at DEPAUL, 9:00 p.m. CBS SN DEPAUL at LOUISVILLE, Noon BETV GEORGETOWN at SYRACUSE, 1:00 p.m. RUTGERS at PROVIDENCE, 2:00 p.m. SETON HALL at PITTSBURGH, 2:00 p.m. USF at NOTRE DAME, 2:00 p.m. WEST VIRGINIA at CINCINNATI, 2:00 p.m. CONNECTICUT at MARQUETTE, 3:00 p.m. VILLANOVA at ST. JOHN’S, 3:00 p.m. ST. JOHN’S at GEORGETOWN, 4:00 p.m. PROVIDENCE at USF (BMSC), 7:00 p.m. SYRACUSE at VILLANOVA, 7:00 p.m. LOUISVILLE at SETON HALL, 7:00 p.m. PITTSBURGH at WEST VIRGINIA, 7:00 p.m. CBS SN MARQUETTE at RUTGERS, 7:30 p.m. CINCINNATI at DEPAUL, 8:00 p.m. NOTRE DAME at CONNECTICUT (XL), 9:00 p.m. ESPN2

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BIG EAST Championship First Round (Hartford, Conn.) TBD Noon BIGEAST.tv TBD 2:00 p.m. BIGEAST.tv TBD 6:00 p.m. BIGEAST.tv TBD 8:00 p.m. BIGEAST.tv BIG EAST Championship Second Round (Hartford, Conn.) TBD Noon BETV TBD 2:00 p.m. BETV TBD 6:00 p.m. BETV TBD 8:00 p.m. BETV BIG EAST Championship Quarterfinals (Hartford, Conn.) TBD Noon ESPNU TBD 2:00 p.m. ESPNU TBD 6:00 p.m. ESPN3.com TBD 8:00 p.m. ESPNU BIG EAST Championship Semifinals (Hartford, Conn.) ESPNU TBD 6:00 p.m. ESPNU TBD 8:00 p.m. ESPNU BIG EAST Championship Final (Hartford, Conn.) TBD

7:00 p.m. ESPN or ESPN2


NCAA Tournament PITT IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT

DATE 3-29-09 3-23-09 3-21-09 3-29-08 3-24-08 3-22-08 3-20-07 3-18-07

SEED #4 #4 #4 #6 #6 #6 #8 #8

OPPONENT #1 Oklahoma #12 Gonzaga #13 Montana #2 Stanford #3 Baylor #11 Wyoming #1 Tennessee #9 James Madison

RESULT L, 70-59 W, 65-60 W, 64-35 L, 53-72 W, 67-59 W, 63-58 L, 68-54 W, 71-61

SITE Oklahoma City, Okla. Seattle, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Spokane, Wash. Albuquerque, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa.

Pitt’s NCAA Tournament history has not been a long run, or one full of tradition and stories of long ago. The Panthers have made the most of their recent history, however. They are making their own tradition. Years from now, Pitt players will look to this group of young women as the ones that started the legacy.

2006-07 2006-07 Panthers Women’s Basketball

Pitt hosted its first-ever NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship first and second rounds on March 18 and 20, 2007 at the Petersen Events Center. The pressure was on for the Panthers to make the tournament for the first time in school history and to play on their home court. Before the season even began, that goal looked to be in jeopardy as star point guard MALLORIE WINN went down with a season-ending knee injury. The team pressed on, however, playing to a school-record 24 wins and their first-ever NCAA Tournament. Pitt, a No. 8 seed, met up with No. 9 seeded James Madison in the first round. Junior center MARCEDES WALKER dominated at both ends of the court for 20 points and 15 rebounds and Pitt shook off the stubborn Dukes for a 71-61 victory – the program’s first win in its first NCAA Tournament. SHAVONTE ZELLOUS added 17 points for the eighth-seeded Panthers. After the first round win over JMU, the Panthers were slated to meet up with No. 1 seeded Tennessee. The Petersen Events Center was rocking with anticipation. Tennessee jumped out to a quick start, taking a 40-24 lead heading into the locker room. The Panthers were not finished, however, as they pulled to within nine midway through the second half behind the physical play of Walker and the quick touch of Zellous.

2007-08 Panthers Women’s Basketball

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NCAA Tournament 2007-08

Despite being named a No. 6 seed, the Panthers were shipped out west to Albuquerque, N.M., for their second trip to the NCAA Tournament. First up, the Cowgirls of Wyoming. Pitt got off to a bit of a slow start at the Pit, in front of a biased, and raucous crowd of 6,097. The Panthers continued to fight, however, and took the lead from redshirt sophomore SOPHRONIA SALLARD, who had played sparingly during the season. Sallard turned in a 6-for-6 performance and had the game of her life, helping to lead Pitt to a 63-58 victory. Shavonte Zellous again led the team with 21 points and Mallorie Winn scored her 1,000th career point with a key three-pointer down the stretch. It was a hard-fought contest, but Pitt pulled out the 63-58 win down the stretch. Up next for Pitt was the No. 3 seed and 12th-ranked Baylor Bears, who were just three years removed from a national championship. Pitt was the underdog in the game, but never approached it that way as the Panthers out-scored Baylor 41-31 in the second half to secure the 67-59 victory. Shavonte Zellous led the team with 19 points and Marcedes Walker added 17 on the night. Walker was having an exceptional night, but picked up two quick fouls and was forced to leave the game with 5:28 remaining. Zellous took over and hit critical three free throws after being fouled on a three-point attempt late in the game. The Bears could not recover and Pitt earned its first trip to the Sweet 16 to face Stanford. Some expected Pitt to show up at the Sweet 16 meeting with No. 2 seed Stanford and simply bow out gracefully. The Panthers, however, had other plans for the night. Pitt battled throughout the game and trailed by just one point with 8 ½ minutes remaining. The Cardinal proved to be too much, however, as Pitt went cold for more than three minutes and Stanford went on to a 72-52 victory where the game was much tighter than the final score. Zellous scored a team-high 22 points and the Panthers held Wade Trophy winner Candace Wiggins to 14 points, while not allowing her a first basket until 11:17 into the game.

2008-09 Panthers Women’s Basketball

2008-09

Ranked 15th in the country, the Panthers appeared in the NCAA Tournament for the third consecutive year, receiving a team-best No. 4 seed in the Oklahoma City Regional. Pitt traveled to Seattle, Wash. to play the No. 13 seed Montana Lady Grizzlies in the first round. The Lady Grizzlies came out with a lot of energy and gave the Panthers a challenge in the first half as Pitt took just a one-point lead into the locker room at halftime. Powered by a strong defensive effort, the Panthers held the Lady Grizzlies to 10 second half points, tying the NCAA tournament record for fewest points allowed in a half. All-American SHAVONTE ZELLOUS kept the Panthers in the game in the first half scoring 15 of her game-high 31 points, becoming Pitt’s all time single-season scoring leader in the process. Sophomore SHAYLA SCOTT contributed 11 points, including a pair of 3-pointers to start off the second half. Next up was No. 12 seed Gonzaga, who had just upset fifth-seeded Xavier, and had the home

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crowd advantage. The Bulldogs did not make the game easy and battled with the Panthers until the final seconds but Pitt’s experience – capitalizing on Gonzaga’s critical mistakes late in the game – was the difference in the 65-60 victory. Zellous scored nine of her 24 points in the final four minutes including two drives off of turnovers and a pair of free throws that put the Panthers up 63-60 with 15.9 seconds left. Senior XENIA STEWART hit two foul shots that sealed the game with three seconds left, helping the Panthers earn their second straight Sweet 16 appearance. The Panthers traveled to Oklahoma City to face the fourth-ranked and No. 1 seeded Oklahoma Sooners. Pitt stayed with the Sooners the first half of the game, going into halftime down by nine. But, with an arena filled with raucous Oklahoma fans and freshman point guard Whitney Hand having a career night with 22 points, the Sooners created a deficit that was too much to overcome in the second half. The Panthers tried to make a rally the last 10 minutes of the second half, but their comeback efforts came up short as Oklahoma defeated the Panthers 70-59. Zellous led the Panthers with 18 points as their season came to an end.

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National Honors

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Jennifer Bruce

Lorri Johnson

1984-85 WBCA All-District All-American

1990-91WBCA All-District All-American

Marcedes Walker

Shavonte Zellous

2006-07 WBCA District I All-American 2007-08 WBCA District I All-American

2008-09 WBCA District I All-American

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Jonna Huemrich

1993-94 Honorable Mention All-American


EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED.

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH


University of Pittsburgh

THE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH CAMPUS IS A PLACE OF DELIGHTFUL CONTRASTS: UNABASHEDLY URBAN, YET DOTTED WITH GARDENS AND TREES. SITUATED ON THE EDGE OF 456-ACRE WOODED SCHENLEY PARK, THE CAMPUS WEAVES IN AND OUT OF AN EXCITING SECTION OF CITY KNOWN AS OAKLAND. PITTSBURGH’S CULTURAL AND MEDICAL CENTER, OAKLAND IS HOME TO THE UNIVERSITY’S 132-ACRE MAIN CAMPUS THAT INCLUDES MORE THAN 90 ACADEMIC, RESEARCH, AND ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDINGS AND RESIDENCE HALLS.

CATHEDRAL OF LEARNING The Cathedral of Learning, which is still the tallest educational building in the United States, is a 42-story gothic cathedral. Inspired by the vision of Chancellor Bowman, the Cathedral was partially funded by 97,000 area school children, each of whom contributed a dime to buy a brick for the cathedral. “They shall find wisdom here and faith—in steel and stone, in character and thought—they shall find beauty, adventure, and moments of high victory,” said former Chancellor John Bowman.

OUR CITY IS OUR CAMPUS From the “old” Allegheny Observatory on the North Side, to the Applied Research Center in Harmarville, to the Duratz Athletic Complex on the South Side, it is really true that the city is our campus. Factors like performing arts, museums, sports, healthcare, and safety make Pittsburgh the “secondmost attractive college town” in the U.S. among cities of its size, according to a recent survey. Pitt Arts connects our students to the extensive cultural life of the region, providing free admission to many of our neighboring museums and city events.

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University of Pittsburgh Founded in a log cabin in 1787, Pitt is among the oldest institutions of higher education in the United States. The University has more than 275,000 alumni living in all 50 states and territories and 119 foreign countries. „ Among the campus’ most impressive attractions is the 42-story structure known as the Cathedral of Learning. The tallest academic building in the western hemisphere and second tallest in the world, the Gothic Revival skyscraper is home to several of the institution’s classrooms and the famed 26 Nationality Classrooms authentically designed to depict ethnic art and culture. „ Among the freshmen entering the University in 2011, 48 percent were in the top 10 percent of their high school graduating class and nearly 85 percent were in the top 25 percent. „ Pittsburgh’s academic record is outstanding, rating among the leading national and international universities in the United States. Pitt offers 440 distinct degree programs. Its faculty includes many world-renowned scholars, researchers and innovators. A number of academic departments are rated at the top of their respective fields. „ At Pitt, an education can come to life. Learning is not relegated to textbooks and chalkboards. An English writing major can put their studies to use by working at the student newspaper, The Pitt News. Students involved in the sciences can visit the Carnegie Science Center or the Allegheny Observatory. Business students can gain hands-on experience while interning with one of the many corporations headquartered downtown. „ Along with its formal education, Pitt offers a wide range of over 400 clubs and organizations—a spanning from auto racing to the pre-med society—to supplement a student’s learning experience. „ One of Pitt’s most exciting advantages is its close proximity to downtown Pittsburgh, one of the nation’s largest cities. Consistently ranked as one of the most livable cities by various publications, Pittsburgh provides an abundance of opportunities for its students in career exploration from internships in Fortune 500 companies, clerkships and residencies in major law and medical facilities. „

U.S. News & World Report Academic Rankings

Department Physical Therapy Nursing Public Health Social Work Medical Research Pharmacy Public Affairs

Rank No. 2 No. 7 No. 11 No. 14 No. 14 No. 19 No. 27

U.S. News & World Report ranked seven Pitt academic programs among the nation’s top-30 of its kind.

“We do move into 2011 with strong reasons for optimism. Our mission is worthy, our work is rewarding and our impact should be a source of collective pride. Our momentum continues to build, and our unbroken record of progress provides an enviable foundation for further, hopefully even greater, successes. Our reservoir of human talent – extending to faculty, staff, students, alumni

and friends – is deep, broad and committed.

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25 Ways Pitt Changed the World

IN LARGE WAYS AND SMALL, THROUGH QUIRKY DISCOVERIES AND BOLD INNOVATION, PITT AND ITS PEOPLE HAVE ALTERED WHO WE ARE, HOW WE LIVE AND EVEN THE WAY WE WATCH FOOTBALL.

DISCOVERING GAPING HOLES OF NOTHINGNESS

Black holes are everywhere in space, but Pittsburgh physicist Ezra Newman is credited with discovering a certain type of black hole called Kerr-Newman. VLADIMIR ZWORYKIN, FATHER OF TELEVISION

After receiving his PhD at Pittsburgh, the Russian-born Zworykin (Arts and Sciences ’26) went on to pioneer research in photoelectric cells, culminating in three major patents: the television camera tube, the kinescope television receiver and the first color television system. THE FATHER OF SOCIAL SECURITY

Abraham Epstein (Arts and Sciences ’30) came to the United States from Russia in 1904. After graduation, he helped pen Pennsylvania’s first pension bill and is credited with mobilizing public opinion in favor of the 1935 Social Security Act, which forever redefined our government’s relationship with senior citizens.

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THE FIRST AMERICAN NOVEL

Pitt founder Hugh Henry Brackenridge studied at the College of New Jersey at Princeton in the 1770s. There he wrote Father Bombo’s Pilgrimage to Mecca (with classmate Philip Freneau) which became the first prose fiction novel published in the New World. FIRST FOOTBALL TEAM TO DON JERSEYS

In 1908, Pittsburgh became the first football team to wear numbers on its jerseys, revolutionizing the way the world watches football. FIRST VOICE ACROSS THE ATLANTIC (WE THINK)

Early in the twentieth century, University of Pittsburgh engineering professor Reginald Fessenden set up two experimental radio transmitting stations — one in Brant Rock, Massachusetts, the other in Machrihanish, Scotland. Adam Stein, Jr. (Engineering 1903) was asked by Fessenden to help with the Brant Rock station. It was there in 1906 that Stein was heard in Scotland, giving directions to a sub-station in Plymouth, Mass. — thus marking the first time a voice (rather than Morse code) was heard across the Atlantic by wireless radio.

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WORLD’S FIRST ACADEMIC SKYSCRAPER

THE GENETIC REVOLUTION C/O HERB BOYER

When Chancellor John Bowman first approached the board in 1924 with his idea of a 52-story building (later scaled back to 42) in the middle of an empty field, he was told it was “nonsense.” But Bowman prevailed, and Pittsburgh’s famous Cathedral of Learning went up despite enormous engineering challenges, a daunting fundraising campaign and a Great Depression. .

One of the prime movers behind the genetic engineering revolution has been Herb Boyer (Arts and Sciences ’63, ’60), a pioneer in the field of recombinant DNA. In the early 1970s, Boyer and a colleague took the DNA from a toad and added it to a bacterium — a.k.a. Gene splicing. Boyer also co-founded Genentech, which has become one of the largest, most profitable and most prolific biotechnology firms in the world.

FIRST (AND, WE HOPE ONLY) ACADEMIC HALL BUILT OVER AN ACTIVE COAL MINE FIRE

JONAS SALK’S POLIO VACCINE

Until the Cathedral was finished in 1937, Alumni Hall was the campus’ main academic building. The chosen site, however, had a major flaw. An active underground fire from an abandoned coal seam meant that workers spent as much time filling in smoke pits as they did laying brick and mortar. Recently rechristened as Eberly Hall, the building has survived more than 80 years without incident.

Before April 1955, Polio was terrifying the world. One vaccine later, and the universe changed. What’s lesser known however, is the role that the other researchers played in the discovery, including Salk’s chief scientific colleague Julius Younger. GSPH epidemiologist William Hammon’s work on the gamma globulin protein also helped pave the way for Salk’s discovery.

DESEGREGATING THE SUGAR BOWL

FIRST FEMALE OFFICIAL IN THE NBA

Before Georgia Tech played the Panthers in the 1956 Sugar Bowl, the governor of Georgia let it be known that Pittsburgh’s standout defensive back Bobby Grier, who was black, might consider staying at home rather than break the bowl’s traditional color line. Acting Chancellor Charles Nutting sent a four-word reply; “No Grier, no game.” Grier did play, and Pittsburgh lost 7-0, thanks to a controversial penalty against — you guessed it — Bobby Grier.

In 1997, the National Basketball Association became the first professional sport to break the gender barrier when Violet Palmer and Dee Kantner (Engineering ’82) were named to the referee ranks.


25 Ways Pitt Changed the World WORLD’S BUSIEST TRANSPLANT CENTER

Thanks to the transplant pioneer Tom Starzl and many others, UPMC has done more transplants — and more types of transplants — than any other hospital in the world. On average, UPMC performs one transplant every 18 hours. Pittsburgh doctors performed the city’s first kidney transplant (1964) and the state’s first heart transplant (1968), just to name a few of its many transplant milestones. FIRST HEAVIER-THAN-AIR FLYING CRAFT

in 1896, Pitt professor Samuel Langley launched his aerodrome from a houseboat moored in the Potomac River — the first heavier-than-air craft to achieve free flight. Langley’s first manned aircraft, however, hit a snag on the launch catapult and crashed. The aborted flight happened on Dec. 8, 1903, just nine days before the Wright Brothers made history. WORLD’S FASTEST COMPUTER

forecasting and provide better views of the heart and body structures. BEST COLLECTORS OF EXTRATERRESTRIALS

Scientists have recently contemplated the possibility that water may have once existed on Mars, thus offering the prospect of life on the Red Planet. Whatever we learn about Mars is due in no small part to Pitt geologist William Cassidy. Cassidy’s team made many trips to Antarctica to ferret out meteorites — shards and stones from the moon and the planets — and eventually built one of the world’s largest collections of specimens, providing fertile ground for research into the early universe. WRITING THE FIRST CZECH

The former Czechoslovakia has had an active political past, but the country’s roots owe a debt to Pittsburgh. The “Pittsburgh Pact,” signed in Pittsburgh in 1918, formed the basis for a unified and independent Czech and Slovak state.

Thanks to the computational acrobatics made possible by the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC), researchers now believe that the Earth’s core is made of a solid iron crystal, 1,500 miles across. Pitt is a partner at PSC, which has the most powerful academically based system in the country.

Besides Jesse Owens’ gold medals in Nazi Germany’s 1936 Olympics, another American stood out, too — Pitt’s John Woodruff, winner of the gold medal in the 800-meter dash.

The PSC is the first facility of its kind to utilize the CRAY T3E, a massively parallel supercomputer that enables researchers to produce large-scale research models to develop better drugs, improve weather

Other Pitt Olympians include Herb Douglas (bronze medal, long jump, 1948 London), Dick Rydze (silver medal, 10-meter diving, 1972 Munich), Roger Kingdom (gold medal, 110-meter hurdles, 1984 Los Angeles and

WORLD’S FASTEST AND HIGHEST, FARTHEST AND STRONGEST

1988 Seoul) and Marisa Pedulla (fourth in women’s judo, 1996 Atlanta).

OUT OF THIS WORLD THE ALLEGHENY OBSERVATORY

Other notables include Lee McRae, holder of the world record for the 55-meter sprint; and 15-time All-American track star Trecia-Kaye Smith, NCAA record-holder in the triple jump. HAVEN FOR ONE OF THE WORLD’S GREAT ART FORGERIES

University benefactor Helen Frick once bought a pair of sculptures called Angel of the Annunciation and The Virgin Mary, credited to a fourteenth-century Sienese artist. The true artist, however, was an Italian Mason, Alceo Dossena. Two unscrupulous Italian dealers commissioned the artist’s work, then resold them as newly found originals. So fine was Dossena’s work that not one expert caught the deceit. It was Dossena himself who, feeling cheated out of money, blew the whistle in 1928. The forgeries remain lovingly on display in the Frick Fine Arts courtyard.

The observatory, located in Pittsburgh’s Riverview Park, was developed in part by Pitt professor Samuel Langley and Acting Chancellor John Brashear. Through the years, the observatory has been responsible for many astronomical discoveries — the first accurate pictures of sun spots, for instance, and the discovery that Saturn’s rings weren’t solid.

FIRST CAMPUS WITH A FIBER-OPTIC NETWORK

In 1985, Pittsburgh was the first university to install a campus-wide fiber-optic network that could carry voice, data and video transmissions along the same cable. Although the original computer hardware has been retired, the fiber-optic lines remain in place, the perfect transition to the new millennium.

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Chancellor Mark Nordenberg The past academic year was Mark Nordenberg’s 16th year of service as Chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh. Under Chancellor Nordenberg’s leadership, the University has achieved new levels of quality and impact on virtually every front. Undergraduate applications have increased dramatically, and the academic credentials of enrolled undergraduates have soared. Pitt currently ranks fifth nationally in terms of grants competitively awarded to faculty members by the National Institutes of Health. Pitt now attracts nearly $800 million annually in support for research projects. Using standard national conventions, that $800 million in research spending supports, directly and indirectly, more than 28,000 local jobs. Over the course of his years in office, Chancellor Nordenberg has received many forms of professional recognition for his own accomplishments. Among other honors, he has been named Pittsburgh’s Person of the Year by both Vector’s Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh magazine. Even more recently, he was named a History Maker by the Senator John Heinz History Center, was awarded the Homer S. Brown Law Association’s Spirit Award, received the Presidential Leadership Award from six national foundations and professional organizations for his efforts to promote a vibrant intellectual and social campus climate that de-emphasizes alcohol, and was honored by the Community College of Allegheny County as a 2011 Legend in Leadership. To celebrate the remarkable progress achieved during his first decade as Chancellor, University trustees, alumni leaders and special friends contributed $2.5 million to endow a faculty chair in his name. At the time of that announcement, the late Chief Justice Ralph J. Cappy, then the Chair of the University’s Board of Trustees, stated: “This endowed chair indicates the extraordinary esteem Chancellor Mark Nordenberg and his wife Dr. Nikki Nordenberg in one of the in which we hold Mark Nordenberg, not only as an individual and a leader who has Cathedral of Learning’s 27 nationality classrooms. brought the University to an unprecedented level of success and achievement but also as a true academic at heart. And for a person who is a true academic, the highest honor one can bestow is to endow a faculty chair in his or her name in perpetuity.” Chancellor Nordenberg joined the faculty of Pitt’s School of Law in 1977 and quickly built a reputation as an outstanding teacher. He was the initial recipient of the Excellence in Teaching Award now presented annually by the School’s graduating class. He also was one of the first faculty members to receive the Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching Award, recognizing teaching excellence university-wide. His area of academic specialty is civil litigation, and he has served as a member of both the U.S. Supreme Court’s Advisory Committee on Civil Rules and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s Civil Procedural Rules Committee. Earlier in his career, Chancellor Nordenberg served as Dean of the School of Law and Interim Provost of the University. In 1994, he was elevated to the special faculty rank of Distinguished Service Professor. In 1995, he was elected Interim Chancellor by the University’s Board of Trustees, and in 1996, following a national search, he was elected Chancellor. Chancellor Nordenberg has long been an active contributor to the broader community, leading efforts focused on such key issues as the proposed consolidation of city and county governments, the challenges facing the state’s urban schools, the work force development needs of the region, and issues of governance in the city’s public schools. He served as the founding chair or co-chair of such technology-driven economic development initiatives as the Pittsburgh Digital Greenhouse, the Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse, the Robotics Foundry, and the Technology Collaborative. He is also past Chair of both the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Universities and the Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education. He also is a member of the board and executive committee of the Allegheny Conference on Community Development and a Director of Bank of New York Mellon. Chancellor Nordenberg is a strong supporter of Pitt athletics. He is a past Chair of the Big East Conference and currently serves on its executive committee. He is a past member

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Chancellor Mark Nordenberg

Clockwise: Chancellor Mark Nordenberg speaks at graduation ceremonies. Former Pitt football great Larry Fitzgerald greats Chancellor Nordenberg at Pitt’s Century of Change gala held on May 10, 201 at the Petersen Events Center. CNN anchor Fredricka Whitfield and NBC Sports’ Bob Costas join Chancellor Nordenberg at the Century of Change event.

of the NCAA’s board of directors and its executive committee. He also served as the Big East representative to the Presidential Oversight Committee of the Bowl Championship Series. Chancellor Nordenberg has long recognized that a vibrant athletic program not only serves as a unifying force within the University but provides a critical link to the broader community. He also recognizes that success in competition is just one measure of a program’s worth. Pitt student-athletes also are a source of pride because of the way that they represent our University, contribute to the broader community, and achieve academically. During the last year, 160 Pitt student-athletes earned a grade-point-average between 3.0 and 3.49; 130 earned GPA’s between 3.5 and 3.99; and 25 student-athletes achieved a perfect 4.0 grade-point-average. Born in Duluth, Minnesota, Chancellor Nordenberg first moved to this region as a high school senior, when his father was transferred to Pittsburgh by U. S. Steel. He is an honors graduate of North Allegheny High School, Thiel College and the University of Wisconsin Law School. He has been married for more than 40 years to Nikki Pirillo Nordenberg, who earned her Ph.D. at Pitt. The Nordenbergs have three adult children – Erin, Carl and Michael – each of whom is a graduate of the University’s Falk Laboratory School. Erin also earned a graduate

degree from Pitt’s School of Information Sciences. This spring, the Nordenbergs welcomed three grandchildren into the family – Julian, son of Carl and Diya, and Finnian and Leo, twin sons of Erin and Tucker.

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Athletic Director Steve Pederson

The role of the 21st century athletic director is increasingly being viewed in business terms. Once seen as educational extensions of the larger institution, athletic departments these days are considered by some to be separate corporate entities. While Steve Pederson certainly understands his CEO responsibilities in this age of collegiate athletics, he works diligently to ensure the Pitt athletic department remains a direct reflection of the University of Pittsburgh and its guiding values of education, commitment and mentoring. “We will work hard to win,” Pederson likes to say. “But we will work harder to win the right way. We want Pitt Athletics to reflect the very best attributes of this great university and its educational mission.” In speaking to Pitt’s graduating senior student-athletes this past spring, Pederson said, “When you come to a great university like Pitt and earn your degree, the world is open to whatever you want to achieve next. “In athletics, you learn quickly that nothing is handed to you – you earn everything you get. That will serve you well in life. That will separate you from the rest – the drive that it takes to achieve at the highest level.” The key to accomplishment, Pederson

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believes, is aspiration – the Panthers will work hard and aim high in every endeavor. That philosophy resonates with each Pitt studentathlete and staffer, and is the driving spirit behind his department mantra of “Only Big Dreams.” Using those values as a foundation, the Pitt Athletic Department under Pederson’s watch continues to thrive and grow. His ability to galvanize people and programs prompted Pitt chancellor Mark Nordenberg to say, “In my judgment, and this assessment is shared by countless others, Steve Pederson is one of this country’s most talented and accomplished athletic directors.” By any measure – be it victories on the field of play, student-athlete graduation rates or rising attendance figures – the Panthers are enjoying a highly accomplished era. The past academic year provided much excitement and achievement for Pitt Athletics. Men’s basketball added to its trophy case by winning the Big East Conference championship and earning a No. 4 ranking in the final Associated Press poll. The Panthers advanced to their 10th consecutive NCAA Basketball Tournament, the longest active streak in the rugged Big East. The wrestling team also raised championship banners, winning the Eastern Wrestling League dual and tournament titles. Moreover, the football team earned its eighth bowl berth since 2000, the softball team won a record 34 games while baseball won 30-plus games for the third consecutive year. Individually, Pitt student-athletes earned All-America and Academic All-America honors, while continuing to graduate and achieve in the classroom at unprecedented levels. An impressive 290 student-athletes earned grade-point averages of 3.0 or above this past year, including 25 who achieved perfect 4.0 GPAs. Each of Pitt’s 19 intercollegiate athletic programs met or surpassed the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate (APR) standards. Two Pitt teams, men’s basketball and gymnastics, received special recognition for ranking

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„ A new media partnership with CBS Raamong the top 10% in their sport among dio Pittsburgh, providing Pitt football and Division I programs. And Pitt student-athletes again made their basketball with a 50,000-watt flagship home in Sportsradio 93.7 “The Fan.” Women’s presence felt in the community, contributing basketball also has a new radio home in 1320 more than 2,600 hours of charitable work WJAS-AM, which provides live play-by-play for various organizations around Western action of each regular-season and postseason Pennsylvania in 2010-11. game, marking the first time the women’s While Pitt student-athletes were achieving program has enjoyed such coverage. on the field and in the classroom, Pederson „ An athletics apparel partnership with NIKE, continued to orchestrate important initiatives making the Panthers one of the finest outfitfrom an administrative standpoint, including: „ The opening of the sparkling new Petersen ted programs in the country. Each of the PanSports Complex, a state-of-the-art home thers’ 19 intercollegiate sports teams wear for Pitt’s baseball, softball and men’s and NIKE footwear, uniforms, practice gear and women’s soccer teams. Built on 12 acres at equipment. The long-term agreement outfits the peak of upper campus, the facility not only more than 450 student-athletes at Pitt. „ Rapidly rising attendance figures. Men’s gives Pitt student-athletes nationally competibasketball once again enjoyed a strong tive facilities, but it also has rejuvenated a prehomecourt advantage with the 12,508-seat viously untapped area of land that neighbors Petersen Events Center soldout for a ninth the university. „ A record $7.6 million raised in donations to consecutive year, while attendance for Pitt the Panther Club annual fund, which subsidizfootball at Heinz Field has jumped nearly 60% es scholarships for Pitt student-athletes. The over the past three years. record total was achieved despite the recently This success – on the field, in the classchallenging economic times that all supportroom and various other areas – comes as ers of collegiate athletics face. no surprise to those familiar with Pederson’s „ The hiring of new football coach Todd track record. His return to Pitt in November Graham. One of the rising stars in the collegiate coaching ranks while building a perennial contender at the University of Tulsa, Graham has the Panther Nation excited about his “high-octane” style of football. “When you consider a new job, you have to make sure the situation is the right fit,” Graham said. “Upon meeting Steve Pederson, it was obvious that the University of Pittsburgh would absolutely be the right fit. I’m incredibly excited about the future of not only Pitt football but our athletic department John Petersen and Steve Pederson prior to a women’s contest at the building that bears the name of Mr. Petersen and his wife Gertrude. as a whole.”


Athletic Director Steve Pederson 2007 gave the Pitt Athletic Department an instant shot of adrenaline that continues to be felt, and built upon, four years later. His initial Pitt tenure, from 1996-2002, was characterized by a dramatic revitalization of the Panthers’ fortunes, building the foundation for the success the Pitt Athletic Department enjoys today. During his first Pitt tenure, Pederson hired six Big East Conference Coach-of-the-Year honorees (football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, track and field and volleyball), an unprecedented achievement by a Big East athletic director. In 1999, he charged an unknown coach from Northern Arizona University with the task of resurrecting the Panthers’ struggling men’s basketball program. That coach, Ben Howland, would build Pitt into a Big East power and was named the consensus National Coach of the Year in 2002. Pitt, which had not been to the NCAA Tournament in nine years, advanced to the “Sweet 16” in 2002 after posting a school-record 29 victories. The following season, Pitt would reach No. 2 in the polls, capture its first Big East Tournament championship and again advance to the NCAA regional semifinals. Since that time, Pitt basketball has become one of the nation’s most consistent winners. Pitt basketball coach Jamie Dixon, a three-time National Coach of the Year, recalled how instrumental Pederson was in helping to lure him to Pittsburgh to serve with Howland a decade ago. “Steve was the person who originally convinced me to come to the University of Pittsburgh back in 1999,” said Dixon, who enters his ninth year as Pitt’s head coach and 13th overall. Pitt football also was renewed under Pederson’s watch. Upon his arrival, the Panthers were coming off seven consecutive seasons without a bowl appearance. By the end of his tenure, Pitt earned four bowl berths in six years, including back-to-back postseason wins in 2001 and 2002. One of the stars of that 2002 team was receiver Larry Fitzgerald, who would become a unanimous All-American and now is an All-Pro performer for the Arizona Cardinals. “When I decided to go to Pitt, it was for many reasons – a great school, a great football tradition and great people,” Fitzgerald said. “Steve Pederson was one of those great people who made me feel like Pitt was the place for me.” While Pederson was instrumental in helping to revive Pitt football’s present, he was very attentive to honoring the program’s historic past. One of his first major steps as athletic director was to retire the jerseys of all-time Pitt greats Mike Ditka, Marshall Goldberg and Joe Schmidt. Pederson later initiated the Pitt jersey retirement of Mark May, the Panthers’ lone Outland Trophy winner.

Pitt enjoyed tremendous achievements in attendance under Pederson. In NCAA Division I men’s basketball, Pitt ranked among the nation’s top five schools in attendance increase for two consecutive years (200102 and 2002-03). The 2002-03 basketball season – the inaugural campaign in the 12,508-seat Petersen Events Center – was sold out. Capitalizing on the exciting and unanticipated success of the 2001-02 basketball team, Pitt held a highly successful “select your seat”campaign for prospective season-ticket holders that simultaneously achieved customer satisfaction as well as enhanced fundraising. In football, Pederson formed a marketing and ticket pricing plan that resulted in record attendance for the 2003 season. Season tickets were soldout for the ’03 campaign as the Panthers averaged an all-time record 59,197 fans for their home season, The Pederson family (left to right): son Mark with his wife Brooke, Tami, surpassing the previous mark of 54,818 set daughter Kristin, Steve and daughter Kari. in 1982. tion, including a $51 million expansion to Memorial Stadium. Pederson’s tenure has witnessed a major The project resulted in new football facilities as well as new strengthening of Pitt’s athletic infrastructure. With Chancellor Nordenberg, he helped shape the vision of the Petersen Events strength, sports medicine and indoor facilities for baseball, softball, soccer and sand volleyball. Additionally, the women’s Center, the state-of-the-art convocation center that dramativolleyball, gymnastics and rifle teams received a new office cally revolutionized Pitt’s campus upon its opening in 2002. The Events Center is widely considered one of the finest college complex. Athletics fundraising doubled over his final four years, going from $9 million annually in 2003 to $16 million his final basketball venues in the country and has also been a major asyear. set for student life, providing outstanding recreational facilities Nebraska achieved at exceptional levels athletically and and a fitting venue for graduation ceremonies. academically during his tenure. In 2006-07, the Cornhuskers Pederson was at the forefront of the football program’s won the national championship in women’s volleyball, while the move into the UPMC Sports Performance Complex, which football team won the 2006 Big 12 North title and advanced included the forging of a unique relationship between UPMC, to its first New Year’s Day bowl game since 2001. Overall, a professional sports franchise and college athletic program. 15 Nebraska teams earned NCAA invitations. Academically, He personally oversaw the design and layout of the Panthers’ Nebraska earned a school-record 94% graduation rate, the Duratz Athletic Complex, which houses Pitt’s football offices and training areas, and has been described as the finest facility highest in the Big 12 as Cornhusker student-athletes achieved a combined 3.0 grade-point average during the 2007 spring for a college football program in the country. semester. Pitt football gained a new state-of-the-art home stadium In addition to his duties as athletic director at Pitt, Pederin Heinz Field under Pederson’s watch in 2001.The Panthers son serves on the board for the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation gained a prominent presence at the new stadium with their in Pittsburgh. He is also a community leader for the American logos on the seating, gates and signage. Pederson additionally Heart Association’s Heart Walk. initiated the renaming of Martindale Street to “Tony Dorsett He and his wife Tami have three children: Mark, Kari and Drive” to further enhance Pitt’s identity on the North Shore. Kristin. Mark is married to the former Brooke Gillette. During his five years at Nebraska (2002-07), Pederson was also at the forefront of significant facilities construc-

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Pitt Head Coaches

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HOLLY APRILE

AGNUS BERENATO

GEORGE DIEFFENBACH

JAMIE DIXON

Softball

Women’s Basketball

Tennis

Men’s Basketball

TODD GRAHAM

JOE JORDANO

CHUCK KNOLES

JULIAN KRUG

JOE LUXBACHER

Football

Baseball

Men’s and Women’s Swimming

Diving

Men’s Soccer

TOBY RENS

RANDE STOTTLEMYER

ALONZO WEBB

DEBBIE YOHMAN

Volleyball

Wrestling

Track & Field/Cross Country

Gymnastics

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UPMC Sports Medicine Team PITT PANTHERS/ UPMC SPORTS MEDICINE TEAM More than 500 University of Pittsburgh student-athletes receive medical care provided by the University’s athletic training program. The University of Pittsburgh has a proud tradition of athletic training education. The undergraduate program is accredited by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA). Pittsburgh also provides graduate education at the master’s and doctoral level. Established in 1975, the athletic training program prepares students for a career in the multidisciplinary field of sports medicine. Upon completion of the athletic training education program, the student is eligible for the NATA administered certification examination. Pittsburgh athletes receive treatment in two athletic training rooms. Each sport has a full-time certified athletic trainer or certified graduate assistant and student athletic trainers assigned to provide medical coverage during all practices and games. The staff is dedicated to providing all aspects of prevention, evaluation, management and rehabilitation of injuries and illnesses. The sports medicine staff also runs a sports medicine clinic at the UPMC Sports Performance Complex for all athletes to be evaluated by one of the sports medicine physicians. The South Side structure, which includes the Center for Sports Medicine, an indoor practice facility, and four grass practice fields, combines the resources of a major academic and clinical system with professional and collegiate sport team programs. This clinic provides the athletes with an opportunity to be seen by specialists as well as providing the student athletic trainer with an outstanding learning environment. The UPMC clinic for Pitt athletes is led by Dr. Freddie Fu, Pitt head team physician, and Dr. Christopher Harner, co-head team physician. Other clinic physicians are: Drs. David Stone and Vonda Wright, associate team physicians, and assistant team physicians Drs. Robin West and Mark Rodosky; Dr. Jeanne Doperak; and sports medicine fellow Dr. Hector Mejia. The world-renowned UPMC Sports Medicine Concussion Program is also available to Pitt athletes. The program is led by neuropsychologists Drs. Mark Lovell and Michael Collins, assisted by neurosurgeon Dr. Dade Lundsford. In addition, a comprehensive staff of consulting specialists from throughout UPMC are part of the sports medicine team caring for all Pitt athletes.

DR. CHRISTOPHER HARNER Women’s Basketball Team Physician

Christopher Harner, M.D. is the Blue Cross of Western Pennsylvania Professor of orthopaedic surgery at the Pitt School of Medicine. He’s also chief of the division of sports medicine at UPMC, medical director and director of education at the UPMC Center for Sports Medicine, where he also sees athletic and non-athletic patients in his clinic. Dr. Harner specializes in the clinical research and surgical treatment of sports-related injuries, especially those to the knee ligaments and cartilage. He was among the first surgeons in the country to perform knee meniscus transplants in the early 1990s. (The meniscus is the crescent-shaped cushion inside the knee joint commonly damaged along with ligament injuries.) Dr. Harner’s extensive clinical, scientific and academic leadership has been recognized through numerous international awards and grants. Dr. Harner is also the co-head team physician and team orthopaedic surgeon for the football team.

DR. FREDDIE H. FU Team Physician

Freddie Fu, M.D., has been the head team physician and orthopaedic surgeon for the Pitt athletic department since 1986, and the David Silver Professor and chairman of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Pitt School of Medicine since 1997. Dr. Fu is known worldwide for his pioneering surgical techniques to treat sports-related injuries to the knee and shoulder and for his extensive scientific and clinical research in the biomechanics of such injuries. He is lauded especially for his scientific research and clinical expertise in treating the commonly injured anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), the main stabilizing ligament of the knee. Because of his reputation, Dr. Fu attracts both athletic and non-athletic patients from all over the globe, and is frequently sought after as an expert by top national and international media covering sports, medicine and science. Dr. Fu sees patients in his clinic at the UPMC Center for Sports Medicine, one of the world’s largest, most comprehensive facilities of its kind, located within the UPMC Sports Performance Complex. Partly designed by Dr. Fu, the complex also houses the indoor and outdoor training facilities of the Pitt Panthers and the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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Department of Bands JACK R. ANDERSON Director of Bands

Jack R. Anderson currently serves as Director of Bands at the University of Pittsburgh. His responsibilities include directing the Varsity Marching Band, leading the Pep Bands at athletic events, and conducting the symphonic band. He has been a music educator in Pennsylvania for 39 years leading band programs in the Corry, Greenville and Keystone Oaks School Districts. He has been involved with the Pitt Band his whole life, beginning at the age of two when he accompanied his father (who was the Assistant Director of Bands) to his first Pitt Band camp. Jack served as an assistant director at Pitt for nine years, and in 1995 realized his life’s dream by being named Director of Bands at the University. In addition to these professional work experiences, Jack has been a guest conductor and adjudicator for PMEA throughout Western Pennsylvania, and has traveled extensively throughout the United States and Canada with his bands. Jack played in the Pitt Band in the late 60s and early 70s and holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh and a master’s degree from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. Anderson is a member of many professional organizations including the Music Educators National Conference, Pennsylvania Music Educators Association, and the following honoraries: Omicron Delta Kappa, Kappa Kappa Psi, Tau Beta Sigma, Mu Kappa Upsilon and Iota Beta Kappa. He was chosen by the University of Pittsburgh Student Government Board as an “Outstanding Leader” on Pitt campus and in 2001 he was named the recipient of the Paula Crider Outstanding Band Director Award, which is presented annually to a college or university band director who has distinguished himself in the field of University bands. At their annual spring banquet in 2002, the Mon Valley chapter of the Panther Club honored Jack by presenting him with their “Special Recognition Award.” Jack and Peggy, his wife of 39 years, met in the Pitt Band and live in Scott Township. They have two daughters, Carrie and Katie who are both graduates of the University of Pittsburgh and alums of the Pitt Band.

DR. MEL ORANGE Associate Director of Bands

Dr. Mel Orange begins his 27th year as associate band director at Pittsburgh. His duties have included music arranging, drill design, brass instruction and general administration responsibilities. He is also the current choir director and music department chairperson in the Greensburg Salem School District, where he has worked since 1979. Orange has taught and played trumpet professionally for more than 30 years, has been an active music arranger for marching and jazz bands and has served as an adjudicator and clinician. As the music director for numerous high school musical productions, his credits include: “My Fair Lady,” “Fiddler On The Roof,” “Hello Dolly,” “South Pacific,” “Music Man,” “Anything Goes,” and “Grease.” A graduate of Trafford High School and Duquesne University, where he received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in music education, he is also a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh.

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Spirit Groups Establishing a national reputation as two outstanding teams, Pitt’s cheer and dance teams are active throughout the Pittsburgh community and neighboring states at charitable events, parades and other University special events.

Open Championships TM, Elite Cheerleading and Dance National Championships TM and various other cheer and dance championships. Under Nuzzo’s direction, the University of Pittsburgh Cheer and Dance Teams compete annually at the National Collegiate Cheerleading and Dance

The Pitt Cheerleaders and Dance Team have been coached for nearly three decades by Theresa Nuzzo. Nuzzo is one of the founders of Elite Cheerleading Inc.,

Championships in Daytona Beach, Fla., where they have received several top 10 finishes.

the original private cheer camp company in the United States. Elite instructs thousands of cheerleaders annually in a 40 state area. It also administers the Pennsylvania Cheerleading and Dance ChampionshipsTM, Battle in the Burgh

Pictured above: the 2011-12 cheer and dance teams. Pictured right: Alumni of the squads gathered at Homecoming 2011. Pictured left: The Pitt Panthers mascot, Roc.

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Agnus Berenato Basketball Camps THE AGNUS BERENATO BASKETBALL CAMPS ARE DESIGNED TO ASSIST CAMPERS TO IMPROVE IN ALL ASPECTS OF BASKETBALL AND ELEVATE THEIR LEVEL OF PLAY WHILE HAVING FUN. COACH BERENATO IS AN EDUCATOR AND MOTIVATOR WHO ENCOURAGES CAMPERS TO CHALLENGE THEMSELVES ALWAYS.

Camp dates for the summer are listed below. For updated information and camp registration, please visit www.pittsburghpanthers.com.

2012 CAMP DATES Day Camp 1 Elite Camp Day Camp 2 Day Camp 3

June 18 – 21 June 29 – 30 July 16 - 19 July 30 – Aug. 2

Note: Dates subject to change.

For more information or a camp brochure, please contact Meghan Bielich, Director of Women’s Basketball Operations, at (412) 648-9710. Camp brochures will be available after December 1. All camps are held on the University of Pittsburgh campus. Camps will be held at the Petersen Events Center, as well as Fitzgerald Field House and Trees Hall.

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Media Information Stacey Brann of Pitt’s Media Relations Office will handle all media-related requests regarding the women’s basketball team. All requests can be made by calling (412) 648-8240. MEDIA WILL CALL

Media Will Call/Media Entrance will open one hour prior to tipoff. It is located at the Loading Dock Entrance off Sutherland Drive. All media members must pick up credentials and enter at Media Will Call. Due to time restraints, media credentials will not be mailed. Visiting radio crews may pick up their credentials on gameday as well or through their respective media relations contact. Once entering the building, proceed to the media relations area where you can access the Beano Cook Media Work Room, media interview room and press row. A media relations representative will be available at Media Will Call for assistance. PARKING

Reserved parking passes may be obtained through the Athletic Media Relations Office. Parking accommodations are limited and all parking requests must be made at least 24 hours in advance. Media parking is located in the E lot. Media members must access the E lot off of Allequippa Street (for directions, please reference page 167 of this section). Media members must call the Athletics Media Relations Office to confirm a parking space as a list will be at the E lot at least 24 hours prior. INTERVIEW POLICY

The Athletic Media Relations Office will assist media personnel with all coverage of Pitt women’s basketball. All interviews with student-athletes must be arranged through the Athletic Media Relations Office. Media representatives are welcome to cover Panthers women’s basketball practice, but they must notify Stacey Brann of the media relations office in advance for proper clearance. For interviews, please allow at least 24 hours for requests. Student-athletes’ telephone numbers will not be released by the Athletic Media Relations Office.

CREDENTIALS

Credentials for Pitt home games are issued to working media only and should be requested at least 24 hours in advance of the game in question. All credential requests should be made in writing on company letterhead and be directed to Stacey Brann, Associate Director of Media Relations, University of Pittsburgh, P.O. Box 7436, Pittsburgh, PA 15213. Only web sites of each participating institution with contractual rights and accredited news web sites will be issued credentials. PHOTOGRAPHERS

Still photographers and TV news cameramen will receive a media pass and will be assigned a position on the floor at the baseline. Photographers are asked to stay in the space designated. Be prepared to show your I.D. if asked to identify yourself. No strobe lights are allowed in the arena. BROADCAST INFORMATION

All broadcast or telecast rights must be cleared through the Athletic Media Relations Office. Visiting radio will be issued space at the scorer’s table on the Event Level (EL). One ISDN line and one analog line will be available for broadcast. TELEPHONES

A total of 10 phone lines for media use will be available following the game either in the Beano Cook Media Work Room or on Press Row. POSTGAME PROCEDURE

After a 10-minute “cooling off” period, requested players and Coach Berenato will be available to the interview room on the Event Level of the Petersen Events Center. The visiting coach and players will also be available. The Pitt locker room is closed to the media. PITT MEDIA SERVICES

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athletic department’s web site: www.pittsburghpanthers.com. Game notes, statistics and general releases will be updated regularly. In addition to the athletics website, more information including video links and phtoto galleries can be accessed on the official facebook page: www.facebook/pittwomensbasketsball. Live game updates are available by following Pitt women’s basketball on twitter at @pittwomenshoops. BIG EAST MEDIA COVERAGE

The Big East Conference maintains a comprehensive site on the world wide web at www.bigeast.org. For basketball, standings, notes, schedules/results and statistics for every team are updated on a daily basis. A record section and photo gallery is also available with photos that may be downloaded for media use. In addition, in-game scores for all basketball contests involving Big East teams will be updated in progress. Please contact Sara Naggar in the Big East communications department for more information at (401) 453-0660.


Press Information QUICK FACTS

School: University of Pittsburgh City/Zip: Pittsburgh, PA 15261 Founded: 1787 Enrollment: 28,823 Nickname: Panthers School Colors: Blue & Gold (PMS 289/PMS 4515) Arena: Petersen Sports Complex Capacity: 12,508 Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big East Chancellor: Mark Nordenberg Alma Mater/Year: Thiel College, 1970 Athletic Director: Steve Pederson Alma Mater/Year: Nebraska, 1980 Senior Associate AD (SWA): Carol Sprague Alma Mater/Year: Slippery Rock, 1971 Athletic Department Phone: (412) 648-8230 Ticket Office Phone: (412) 648-PITT (Petersen Events Center NCAA Varsity Teams: 19 Men (9): Baseball, basketball, cross country, football, soccer, swimming and diving, track and field (indoor and outdoor) and wrestling Women (10): Basketball, cross country, gymnastics, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field (indoor and outdoor) and volleyball

Women’s Basketball Program History First Year of Program: 1914-15, but resumed in 1974-75 Overall All-Time Record: 532-525 (.503), beginning in 1974 Big East All-Time Record: 176-288 (.379) Number of Postseason Appearances: Eight - NCAA (3), WNIT (5) Last Postseason Appearance: 2009-10 WNIT First Round, Fell to Toledo, 70-58 Head Coach: Agnus Berenato Alma Mater/Year: Mount St. Mary’s, 1980 Record at Pitt/Years: 144-106/8 Career Record/Years: 427-370//27 Associate Head Coach: Patty Coyle (Rutgers, 1982) Assistant Coaches: Khadija Head (Murray State, 2003) Mallorie Winn (Pitt, 2007) Director of Operations: Meghan Bielich (Clarion, 2006) Women’s Basketball Phone: (412) 648-8360 Women’s Basketball Fax : (412) 648-9152

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION

Media Relations Phone: (412) 648-8240 Media Relations Fax: (412) 648-8248 Press Row Phone: (412) 648-2318 Mailing Address: Athletic Media Relations, University of Pittsburgh, P.O. Box 7436, Pittsburgh, PA 15213-0436 Overnight Address: Athletic Media Relations, University of Pittsburgh, Petersen Events Center — Event Level, 3719 Terrace Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15261 Senior Associate Athletic Director/Media Relations: E.J. Borghetti Media Relations Director: Greg Hotchkiss Director of New Media and Communications: Mendy Nestor Associate Media Relations Director/ Women’s Basketball Contact: Stacey Brann Assistant Director of Media Relations: Sophia Duck Media Relations Coordinator: Celeste Welsh Media Relations Assistant: Matt Jackson Media Relations Assistant: Alex Oltmanns Media Relations Assistant: Pat Bostick Website: www.pittsburghpanthers.com Facebook: www.facebook/pittwomensbasketball Twitter: @pittwomenshoops

E.J. BORGHETTI

GREG HOTCHKISS

Senior Associate Athletic Director

Media Relations Director

MENDY NESTOR

STACEY BRANN

Director of New Media and Communications

Associate Media Relations Dir.

SOPHIA DUCK

CELESTE WELSH

Assistant Director of Media Relations

Media Relations Coordinator

BIG EAST CONFERENCE SID INFORMATION SCHOOL Big East Cincinnati Connecticut DePaul Georgetown Louisville Marquette Notre Dame Providence Rutgers St. John’s Seton Hall USF Syracuse Villanova West Virginia

SID CONTACT Sara Naggar Katie Baran Patrick McKenna Alicia Powers Barb Barnes Kim Pemberton Amy Ufnowski Chris Masters Jen Rynearson Hasim Phillips Kristin Duffy Mike Kowalsky Charlie Terenzio TBA Dean Kenefick Katie Kane

OFFICE (401) 453-0660 (513) 556-5191 (860) 486-3531 (773) 325-4740 (202) 687-7155 (502) 852-7711 (414) 288-7419 (574) 631-8032 (401) 865-2208 (732) 445-7882 (718) 990-1522 (973) 761-9493 (813) 974-4092 (315) 443-2608 (610) 519-6514 (304) 293-9887

FAX (401) 751-8540 (513) 556-5182 (860) 486-5085 (773) 325-7531 (202) 687-2491 (502) 852-7401 (414) 288-6519 (574) 631-7941 (401) 865-2583 (732) 445-3063 (718) 969-8468 (973) 761-9061 (813) 974-5755 (315) 443-2076 (610) 519-7323 (304) 293-4105

CELL (401) 641-8760 (513) 378-9712 (513) 503-4863 (815) 325-2659 (202) 560-9613 (502) 445-9435 (414) 313-6717 (574) 532-4166 (401) 575-7370 (732) 470-9457 (914) 819-8751 (973) 902-2227 (813) 480-3766 TBA (610) 308-4395 (304) 692-1539

PRESS ROW (513) 556-3800 (860) 486-5410 (773) 325-4901 (202) 687-1581 (502) 852-5567 (414) 288-0340 (574) 631-5309 (410) 865-2810 (732) 445-4200 (718) 990-5713 (973) 761-5596 (813) 974-3287 (315) 443-4241 (610) 519-7290 (304) 293-2821

E-MAIL snaggar@bigeast.org katie.baran@uc.edu patrick.mckenna@uconn.edu apowers1@depaul.edu bj57@georgetown.edu kapemb01@louisville.edu amy.ufnowski@marquette.edu masters.5@nd.edu jrynears@providence.edu hphillips@scarletknights.com duffyk@stjohns.edu michael.kowalsky@shu.edu cterenzi@admin.usf.edu TBA dean.kenefick@villanova.edu katie.kane@wvu.edu

MATT JACKSON

ALEX OLTMANNS

Media Relations Assistant

Media Relations Assistant

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Primary Media Outlets PRINT Altoona Mirror, 301 Cayuga Ave., Altoona, PA 16602. (814) 946-7461, (800) 339-4482. Fax: (814) 946-7540. altoonamirror.com (Buck Frank, sports editor). Beaver County Times, 400 Fair Avenue, Beaver, PA 15009. (724) 775-3200. Fax: (724) 728-0190. timesonline.com (Ed Rose, sports editor. Butler Eagle, Box 271, 114 W. Diamond Street, Butler, PA 16003. (724) 282-8000. Fax: (724) 282-4180. butlereagle. com (John Enrietto, sports editor). Daily Courier, 127 West Apple Street, Connellsville, PA 15425. (724) 626-3534. Fax: (724) 626-3567. pittsburghlive.com/x/ dailycourier (Jason Black, sports editor). Erie Times-News, 205 W. 12th Street, Erie, PA 16534. (814) 870-1704. Fax: (814) 870-1808. goerie.com (Matt Martin, managing editor/sports; Jeff Kirik, sports editor).

portsreport.com (Ellis Cannon, publisher; Tony DeFazio, editor; Anthony Jaskulski, beat writer). Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, D.L. Clark Building, 503 Martindale Street, Third Floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15212. (412) 321-6460. Fax: (412) 320-7964. pittsburghlive.com (Kevin Smith, sports editor; Karen Price, women’s basketball beat writer, kprice@ tribweb.com; John Harris, Kevin Gorman, Ralph Paulk, Joe Starkey, columnists). Grupp Phone/Cell: (412) 931-7435/ (412) 716-9855. Tribune-Democrat, 425 Locust Street, Johnstown, PA 15907. (814) 532-5085. Fax: (814) 539-1409. tribune-democrat.com (Eric Knopsnyder, sports editor). Uniontown Herald-Standard, 8-18 East Church Street, Uniontown, PA 15401. (724) 439-7500. Fax: (724) 439-7559. herald-standard.com (Mike Ciarochi, sports editor). Valley Independent, Eastgate 19, Monessen, PA 15062. (724) 684-2666. Fax: (724) 684-2603. pittsburghlive.com/x/valleynewsdispatch/ (Jeff Oliver, sports editor).

Harrisburg Patriot-News, 2020 Technology Parkway, Mechanicsburg, PA 17050. (717) 255-8404. Fax: (717) 257-4747. pennlive.com (Paul Vigna, sports editor; Dale Grdnic, beat writer). Grdnic Phone: (724) 869-2454.

Valley News Dispatch, 210 Fourth Avenue, Tarentum, PA 15084. (724) 224-4321. Fax: (724) 226-4677 pittsburghlive. com/x/valleynewsdispatch/ (Bill Beckner, sports editor).

Indiana Gazette, P.O. Box 10, 899 Water St., Indiana, PA 15701. (724) 465-5555. Fax: (724) 465-8267. indianagazette.com (Tony Coccagna, sports editor).

Washington Observer-Reporter, 122 S. Main Street, Washington, PA 15301. (724) 222-2200. Fax: (724) 225-2077. observer-reporter.com (Chris Dugan, sports editor; Mike Kovak, men’s basketball beat writer).

Latrobe Bulletin, 1211 Ligonier St., Latrobe, PA 15650. (724) 537-3351. Fax: (724) 537-0489. greaterlatrobe.net (Randy Skubek, sports editor). McKeesport Daily News, 409 Walnut Street, McKeesport, PA 15132. (412) 664-9161. Fax: (412) 664-3963. pittsburghlive. com/x/dailynewsmckeesport (Mark Kaboly, sports editor). New Castle News, 27 N. Mercer St., P.O. Box 60, New Castle, PA 16103. (724) 654-6651. Fax (724) 654-5976. ncnewsonline.com (Kayleen Cubbal, sports editor). Pitt News, 434 William Pitt Union, Pittsburgh, PA 15260. (412) 648-7980. Fax: (412) 648-8491. pittnews.com (Lauren Kirschman, sports editor). Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 34 Boulevard of the Allies, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. (412) 263-1621. Fax: (412) 263-1926. post-gazette.com (Jerry Micco, assistant managing editor/ sports; Donna Eyring, sports editor; Paul Zeise, women’s basketball beat writer,pzeise@postgazette.com; Shelly Anderson, Gene Collier, Ron Cook, columnists). Fittipaldo Phone/Cell: (412) 263-1230/(412) 215-4729. Pittsburgh Sports Report, 3 S. Linden St., Duquesne, PA 15110. (412) 680-9947. Fax: (412) 680-9847. pittsburghs-

WIRE SERVICES Associated Press, 11 Stanwix Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. (412) 281-3747. Fax: (412) 281-3747. ap.org (Will Graves, sports writer). TELEVISION KDKA (Channel 2, Pittsburgh), One Gateway Center, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. (412) 575-2215. Fax: (412) 575-2871. kdka.com (Mike Vukovcan, senior sports producer; Mike Zappone, reporter; Bob Pompeani, Jory Rand, anchors/reporters). WTAE (Channel 4, Pittsburgh), 400 Ardmore Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA 15221. (412) 244-4659. Fax: (412) 244-4628. thepittsburghchannel.com (Michael Bennett, sports producer, Andrew Stockey, Guy Junker, John Meyer, anchors/reporters). WPXI (Channel 11, Pittsburgh), 4145 Evergreen Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15214. (412) 237-1212. Fax: (412) 237-4900. wpxi.com (Mark Masa, sports producer; Alby Oxenreiter, sports director; Bill Phillips, Rich Walsh, anchors/reporters). ROOT Sports, 323 North Shore Drive, Suite 200, Pittsburgh, PA 15212. (412) 316-3800. Fax: (412) 316-3892. libertysportsgroup.com/pittsburgh (Shawn McClintock, Senior VP/

General Manager; Doug Johnson, VP/Executive Producer; Lacee Collins, reporter; Fred Rihn, Dave rachini, producers; Rob King, Dan Potash, anchors/reporters). WICU (Channel 12, Erie), 3514 State Street, Erie, PA 16509. (814) 454-5201. Fax: (814) 454-3753. wicu12.com (Mike Ruzzi, sports director/anchor). WJET (Channel 24, Erie), 3514 State Street, Erie, PA 16509. (814) 864-2400. Fax: (814) 864-1704. yourerie.com (Lou Baxter, news director; Craig Smylie, sports director). WSEE (Channel 35, Erie), 3514 State Street, Erie, PA 16509. (814) 454-7575. Fax: (814) 459-3500. wsee.tv (Gary Drapcho, sports director/anchor). WTAJ (Channel 10, Altoona), 5000 Sixth Avenue, Altoona, PA 16602. (814) 944-2031. Fax: (814) 946-4763. wearecentralpa.com (Nick Foley, sports director; Mike Fink, Mike Mueller, sports anchors/reporters). WJAC (Channel 6, Johnstown), 49 Old Hickory Lane, Johnstown, PA 15905. (814) 255-7600. Fax: (814) 255-7658. wjactv.com (Tim Rigby, sports director). WWCP-WATM (FOX, Johnstown), 1450 Scalp Avenue, Johnstown, PA 15904. (814) 266-8088. Fax: (814) 266-8329. fox8tv.com (Tim Rigby, sports anchor). PSN-TV (University of Pittsburgh Campus Station), 411 William Pitt Union, Pittsburgh, PA 15260. (412) 648-7990. Fax: (412) 648-7988. wpts.pitt.edu (Brian Batko, sports director). RADIO 93.7 FM THE FAN, 651 Holiday Drive, Building 5, Pittsburgh, PA 15220. (412) 920-9400. Fax: (412) 920-9444. 937thefan.com (Troy Clardy, Joe Kapp, Kraig Riley, Ryan Saeler, producers; Jim Colony, Jon Burton, Jeff Hathhorn, sports reporters; Gregg Giannotti, Paul Alexander, Ron Cook, Vinnie Richichi, John Seibel, Joe Starkey, Josh Miller, Andrew Filliponi, Chris Mueller, talk show hosts). KDKA-AM, 651 Holiday Drive, Building 5, Pittsburgh, PA 15220. (412) 575-2547. Fax: (412) 575-2874. kdkaradio. com (Jeff Hathhorn, sports director). WJAS-AM (1320), 900 Parish Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15220 (412) 875-9500. Fax: (412) 875-9970. Ron Antill, program director, rantill@rendabroadcasting.com 970 ESPN (WBGG-AM), 200 Fleet Street, Fourth Floor, Pittsburgh PA 15220. (412) 937-1441. Fax: (412) 937-0323. 970espn.com (Bob McLaughlin, program director/producer; Joe C. Bendel, Greg Linnelli, talk show hosts).

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Media Outlets/Accomodations KQV-AM, 650 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222 (412) 562-5900. Fax: (412) 562-5903. kqv.com (Frank Gottlieb, news director). WPTS-FM (University of Pittsburgh Campus Station), 416 William Pitt Union, Pittsburgh, PA 15260. (412) 648-7990. Fax: (412) 648-7998. wpts.pitt.edu (Greg Weston, general manager, Ben Livingston, sports director). WXDX 105.9 FM, 200 Fleet Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15220. (412) 333-WXDX. Fax: (412) 937-4706. (Tim Benz and Mark Madden, talk show hosts). Radio Pennsylvania Network, 4801 Lindle Road, Harrisburg, PA 17111. (800) 735-0202. Fax: (717) 704-3678. radiopa.com (Dave Eddy, sports director; Shawn McCullough, reporter). OTHERS SportsTicker, (800) 367-8935 or (800) 431-1654. Pantherlair, 200 S. Millvale, #302, Pittsburgh, PA 15224. (412) 600-8696. Pittsburgh.rivals.com (Pitt site contact: Chris Peak, editor/beat reporter). PantherDigest.com, 222 Scenic Hill Drive, Carnegie, PA 15106. (412) 4981935. Pantherdigest.com (Pitt site contact: Tony Greco, editor/beat reporter).

ACCOMODATIONS HOTELS

OAKLAND Holiday Inn-University Center 100 Lytton Avenue (412) 682-6200 Wyndham Garden Hotel 3454 Forbes Ave. (412) 683-2040 Hampton Inn 3315 Hamlet Street (412) 681-1000 Quality Inn 3401 Blvd. of the Allies (412) 683-6100 DOWNTOWN Pittsburgh Marriott City Center 112 Washington Place (412) 471-4000 Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown 600 Commonwealth Place (412) 391-4600 Westin Convention Center 1000 Penn Ave. (412) 281-3700

Embassy Suites 550 Cherrington Parkway (412) 269-9070 Greentree-Radison 101 Radison Drive (412) 922-8400 Clarion Hotel & Conference Center 401 Holiday Drive (412) 922-8100 Holiday Inn-Airport 8256 University Boulevard (412) 262-3600

Days Inn 1150 Banksville Road (412) 531-8900