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GAME NOTES: Panthers Host No. 11 Virginia Wednesday

Pitt Looks to Rebound from Overtime Loss to Notre Dame


Through Injury Former Panther Taft Finds New Calling


Pittsburgh Cruises Past Syracuse, 66-52

Jamel Artis led the team with 21 points and 11 rebounds.


GAME NOTES: Pitt Heads to Syracuse for Saturday ACC Contest

Panthers Have Won Three Straight Against The Orange


Pitt Welcomes Wake Forest to the Petersen Events Center Tuesday Night

Panthers Look to End Three-Game Skid

Freshman Season: Julius Page established himself as a newcomer of impact in the Big East during the 2000-01 season...displayed the ability to be a marquee offensive talent...can score on the drive or hit from 3-point range...very athletic and can electrify the crowd with his dunking ability...was a driving force in Pittsburgh's win over St. Bonaventure in the NIT...sank a career-high 22 points and had a solid defensive effort...nailed a 3-pointer in the game to help Pittsburgh tie the score and ultimately take the lead for good...was the Panthers' second-leading scorer on the year with 9.1 points per game...was thrust into a starting role midway through December and has earned 25 consecutive starts...scored in double-figures 14 times...was one of Pittsburgh's top outside threats with a team-high 43 3-pointers...hit 18 points twice...first hit the mark Jan. 20 in the 70-66 upset of No. 9 Georgetown...was a key factor in the win, sinking 18 points on 7-of-13 shooting from the field, including four of his six 3-point attempts...his points all came at crucial times, helping Pittsburgh rally and maintain its lead down the stretch...also provided highlight-reel material when he ignited an early Panther surge with a tomahawk dunk over the Hoyas' 7-0 center Ruben Boumtje Boumtje...also had 18 points versus Notre Dame (2/3) when he was 7-of-15 from the field...was a key contributor in Pittsburgh's initial upset of Seton Hall (1/13)...sank 13 points in the win and came up big in the game's final minutes...hit a huge 3-pointer down the stretch that ignited a 12-3 run and sealed the win...shot 62.5 percent (5 of 8) for the game, including 50 percent (2 of 4) from behind the arc for the game...scored in double-figures in his debut with 10 points in the season opener versus North Carolina A&T State...also added a career-high three steals...had a strong performance versus Duquesne with 16 points, including four 3-pointers...followed that performance with a 17-point effort in the win over Robert Morris... grabbed a career-high four rebounds, all off the defensive glass, in the Big East opener with Miami (1/3)...was the second-leading scorer in the regular-season finale with Virginia Tech...had 12 points on 4-of-6 shots from the field including three of four 3-point attempts in a victory over the Hokies.

Prior to Pittsburgh: Consensus choice as Western New York's Player of the Year as selected by the Buffalo News as well as area coaches and officials...a two-time first-team All-Western New York pick...finished his career with 1,541 points...played in the prestigious Capital Classic national all-star game in Washington, D.C., on the recommendation of Hall of Fame coach Morgan Wootten, and scored 14 points...among the incoming freshman class of 2000-01, was selected the eighth-best leaper in the nation by The Sporting News...averaged 25 points, 11 rebounds and four assists as a senior...led Turner-Carroll to three consecutive state championship was Class B runner-up his senior year...averaged 22 points, six rebounds and four assists in helping his team to the Class B state championship as a junior...also a starter as a sophomore, he led Turner-Carroll to the Class C title...coached by Fajri Ansari and Donald Barnes, Jr.

Personal: Julius Marvin Page was born Feb. 26, 1982 in Buffalo, the son of Selina Page.

Julius Page

Julius  Page


Buffalo, NY

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Height / Weight:
6-3 / 191


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