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Coron Williams led four Colonials in double-figures as Robert Morris blew the doors off Toledo in the second round of the CIT Saturday afternoon at Savage Hall in Toledo.

Robert Morris scored the first nine points of the game and held Toledo to without a field goal for almost 12 minutes from the beginning of the contest en route to a 69-51 victory over the Rockets S

03/17/2012 - 16:06
PSR Staff
15 seeds Norfolk State and Lehigh lead a day full of surprises

Kyle O'Quinn finished with 26 points and 14 rebounds, helping No.

03/17/2012 - 02:38
PSR Staff
Matt Cooke scored two goals, Tyler Kennedy and James Neal each had two assists, and Sidney Crosby added an assist in his return to action as the Penguins won their 10th in a row, beating the New York Rangers 5-2 in Madison Square Garden.

s games go for two interdivisional rivals heading for the playoffs, Thursday night’s matchup between the Pe

03/15/2012 - 22:43
Ashley Barnett
Gonzaga took complete control with a 13-0 run early in the first half and coasted to an easy 77-54 win over West Virginia Thursday night at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh.

“We want to play them and show them how physical we and the WCC are.”

03/15/2012 - 22:34
Anthony Jaskulski
Top-seeded Syracuse survives with frantic 72-65 win

There was something poetic about the way UNC-Asheville ended its season Thursday.

03/15/2012 - 22:18
Anthony Jaskulski
Every year upsets happen in the NCAA Tournament. Whether its Morehead State knocking off Rick Pitino’s Louisville Cardinals; or the 15 seeded Coppin State Eagles over South Carolina—which happened the last time they danced in Pittsburgh—the upsets happen.

PSR’s Anthony Jaskulski steps out and c

03/15/2012 - 10:04
Anthony Jaskulski
Crotta and d'Arnaud among players sent down

Today the Pirates made the following roster moves:

03/15/2012 - 09:43
PSR Staff
There are three keys to surviving in the Big Dance. For West Virginia, all three will be on the front burner for every player taking the court Thursday night.

1. Prepare for your opponent no matter how short the timetable.
2. Play for 40 minutes no matter how tired you are.
3. Believe in yourself, even when nobody else thinks you have a shot.

03/15/2012 - 01:06
Anthony Jaskulski
Wednesday night’s game between Pitt and Wofford took place in the Petersen Events Center, but make no mistake – this was not the Pete we’ve come to recognize over the past decade.

In front of a sparse crowd that numbered a paltry 1,449, the Panthers used the 3-point shot to take care of business and dispatch Read more ...

03/14/2012 - 21:41
Tony DeFazio
A decade of excellence had presided over the Pitt men’s basketball team. Holding the fifth-best overall record in the last 10 years, going 273-71 and advancing to the NCAA Tournament every season, Pitt hoops became one of the more feared opponents in the country.

But the 2011-12 season finally showed fans in Pittsburgh and beyond that Jamie Dixon’s basketball program is indeed mortal.

03/14/2012 - 08:39
Anthony Jaskulski
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The Steve Pederson era at Pitt is over. After the University of Pittsburgh’s athletic director position sat vacant for more than three months, Pitt plucked Scott Barnes from Utah State to replace Pederson.
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The Pirates have already had to dip into the minor leagues for reinforcements this season, leaning on Casey Sadler, Bobby Lafromboise and Steve Lombardozzi for help.
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Johnny Unitas was one of the great quarterbacks in NFL history. He'll be honored, along with George Blanda, Jim Kelly, Dan Marino, Joe Montana and Joe Namath -- western Pennsylvania's six Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterbacks -- on June 6 in Pittsburgh.
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CoGo's is proud to recognize Woodland Hills High School swimmer Malin Zahn as the May 2015 High School Sports Unsung Hero award recipient.
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