Tim Enright joined the University of Pittsburgh in 1997 as the head equipment manager for the Pitt football team. Enright supervises the equipment operation for more than 100 team members, including organizing travel and transportation of equipment for away games and managing the day-to-day equipment needs for the players and coaching staff.
Enright has a long association with Pitt football and the University of Pittsburgh. As an undergraduate at Pitt, he was a student football manager (1987-91) and served as the team’s head manager his senior year.
A 1991 graduate of Pitt, he returned to his alma mater in 1993 as an assistant equipment manager in charge of the men’s basketball team. Enright was promoted to his current post with the football team in 1997. He has handled the equipment travel for 17 bowl games in total at Pitt.
Enright and his wife, Tara, have a daughter, Stella.
Beyond the Bio
Favorite place on the University of Pittsburgh campus?
Heinz Chapel. I go there to reflect. Very peaceful.
Favorite sports moment at Pitt?
Most recently upset victory on the road at #2 in the nation Clemson. The atmosphere was exhilarating.
If you could have dinner with any three people who would it be and why?
My Dad, Paul Sciullo, and Mouse McCullough. These two were good people.
Hobbies outside of work?
Tennis. I was the city’s doubles champion in 1980. My nickname was pork chop, and my partners name was crusher.
What do you love most about the University of Pittsburgh?
After being here for 20 years you form a lot of relationships that carry on for many years.
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