Duquesne junior guard Mike Lewis II, the team's leading scorer in each of the past two seasons, has elected to transfer away from the program.
As many as 65 scholarship players, plus any walk-ons who see action, will return from Texas with more to come in their Pitt career.
The Panthers took off for to El Paso, Texas on Wednesday morning, kicking off nearly a week of events leading up to facing Stanford in the Sun Bowl.
Against an Eastern Kentucky team that loves to press, Duquesne's Eric Williams Jr. wasn't going to be worn down.
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Xavier Johnson, Trey McGowens and Au'Diese Toney came to Pitt as Jeff Capel's first recruiting class, and it was clear they were going to get every opportunity to perform.
The backfield tandem of Qadree Ollison and Darrin Hall has been the poster for Pitt's success this season.
Keith Dambrot went absolutely ballistic on the court after Michael Hughes was called for a blocking foul as Lamar Stevens drove to the hoop with 5.4 seconds remaining.
Some fans see Signing Day as being like Christmas, where teams open their new presents — the players who will make up the roster for the next four or five...
It didn't take long Wednesday for Pitt's incoming class of freshmen to take shape.
Penn State comes to Pittsburgh for a showdown at PPG Paints Arena, and the Nittany Lions represent the Dukes' final shot at a power conference opponent.
Preparations for the Sun Bowl begin in earnest this week, but Pat Narduzzi and his staff spent the last week and more preparing for 2019 and beyond.
With the fall semester over, more pieces are moving in the Pitt basketball program, and the bench keeps getting thinner for Jeff Capel.
For the second straight game, Duquesne blitzed a lesser opponent out of the gates and it was enough for the win. Keith Dambrot, however, wants more.
Bill Hillgrove, the longtime Pitt play-by-play man, talked about the death of his friend and former broadcast partner, Bill Fralic.
In a game Pitt is supposed to win convincingly — and did — there were plenty more things Jeff Capel wanted to see than the final score.
Bill Fralic, a three-time All-American at Pitt and four-time Pro Bowl lineman for the Atlanta Falcons, died Thursday of cancer at the age of 56.
Duquesne rode a strong defensive start to a big lead and maintained that margin all the way to the finish to win their third consecutive game.
Pitt's thin front line is taking a further shot to its depth.
Little more than a month into the season and two weeks after the first release of the NET rankings, people are mostly scratching their head.
Jeff Capel's first game as Pitt's coach was little more than a month ago, but now, the Panthers are nearly a third of the way through their schedule.
The Dukes clamped down defensively and allowed just two field goals over the final nine minutes, making it possible to rally for their second straight win.
For the being first time Pitt and West Virginia have brawled in Morgantown since 2012, Pitt's largely new group on the floor got quite the initiation.
The full-court press has been a calling card of West Virginia's teams during their recent run of success with four straight NCAA berths.
Coming off the first truly disappointing outcome of his Pitt tenure in Monday's 71-70 loss to Niagara, Jeff Capel had to toe a fine line.