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Agnus Berenato has been fired as the women's basketball coach at Pittsburgh. Athletic Director Steve Pederson announced the move Monday night, a little less than a month after the Panthers failed to win a game in their final season in the Big East
The Pitt women's basketball team battled back from 21 points down against South Florida this afternoon but their comeback fell just short as the Bulls held on for a 60-59 win in a Big East Women's Tournament First Round game at the XL Center. The
The two teams played Feb. 18 at South Florida, a 62-50 Pitt loss. Pitt led that game for most of the first half and trailed by single digits until the final seven minutes, when the Panthers wilted because of foul trouble and inexperience. "Their
Pittsburgh women's coach Agnus Berenato said there's never a good time to face Connecticut. And the worst time might be after the Huskies suffer a loss. The Panthers had to face a No...John's.
Is Pitt the most disappointing team in college basketball this season? A perfectly reasonable question, given how the season has unfolded, and it appears the answer is yes although Big East peer Connecticut is giving the Panthers a run for their
The Cardinals fought back from a late 7-point deficit to tie the game in regulation and then took control in overtime to come away with a 71-66 decision before a crowd of 1,555 at the Petersen Events Center. The Cardinals (19-7, 8-5 in the Big East)
But even Berenato admits that, while she knew the Panthers would hit some rough stretches because of inexperience, she never could have anticipated the team would be 0-10 in the Big East (8-15 overall) so far. Berenato, however, has worked hard to
The first half of the women's basketball Backyard Brawl Saturday was almost as difficult for her to verbalize. A strong finish by her extraordinarily young Panthers wasn't enough to avoid a sixth consecutive loss, but it did provide a measure of a
Agnus Berenato feels its time for her young Pitt team to grow up. Berenato was left with the youngest roster in Division I basketball because of graduation and transfers as the Panthers have no juniors or seniors on the team.
The Panthers (8-6) will now turn their focus to the Big East conference as they play at Villanova on Tuesday and then enter a difficult stretch of games versus Syracuse, Rutgers, DePaul and Notre Dame. In this game, however, the size and overall