Freshman Mack Rice breaks the 200 IM Record.
Panthers now prep for Big East Championship Meet
Pitt honors its 11 seniors in their final meet at Trees Pool
Panthers to host Virginia next weekend at Trees Pool
Junior Erik Moore and sophomore Aaron Snyder placed in the top six during prelims.
2012 - 2013: Scored first place in the 3M diving event and third place in the 1M diving against St. Bonaventure...Returned to action against West Virginia, finishing fourth in the women's 3 meter diving with a score of 238.65...Competed in the women's 1 and 3 meter diving at the Western Pa. Invitational, taking first and fifth place respectively.
2011 - 2012: Competed on the 1M and 3M events at the Big East Championship...advanced to the finals and turned in a 13th-place effort in the 1M event...finished 24th overall on the 3M board at the conference meet in February...tallied season bests on both boards during the meet against Cincinnati (Nov. 11)...won the 1M event at Buffalo (Oct. 21) and the 3M board versus Virginia (Jan. 28).
2010 - 2011: Named Most Improved Diver for a second consecutive season...placed within the top 20 on the 3M board at the Big East Championship...placed among the Big East Top 20 on the 3M board...placed second in the 1M diving event at the 2011 Senior Recognition Meet...named the Pitt Performer of the Meet after placing second on the 1Mand 3M boards against Penn State and Maryland...qualified for Diving Zones.
2009-2010: Named the team's Most Improved Diver...qualified for her first-ever Big East Championship as a rookie.
High School: A three-time district champion and a three-time state qualifier...earned second place in 2009 at the PIAA state championships capturing all-state honors...was selected for the district ten all-star team in 2009...was a part of two district first-team divers throughout her career...also competed in gymnastics as high as a level nine...placed seventh on the floor exercise at eastern nationals...member of the National Honors Society.
Personal: Born November 1, 1990...daughter of Joseph DiSanti III and Jennifer Sulewski...majoring incommunication science and disorders.
Hargis Announces Addition of Dynamic Hungarian Duo
Panthers Place Six on All-ACC Academic Team
Daigneault Advances to Three Finals at Canadian Trials
Julian Krug Announces Retirement from Pitt
Giordano Makes More Pitt History to Conclude NCAAs
Pitt's Giordano Places 22nd on 3-Meter at NCAAs