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UPDATE (4:29 PM)-
**Bethel Park 2020 athlete Max Schipani picks up an Ivy League offer today. Congrats Max.
— Max Schipani (@max_ship01) March 15, 2019
UPDATE (3:37 PM)-
**Woodland Hills TE Josh Rawlings picks up another Power 5 offer.
“Every Good gift is from up above”
Extremely Blessed and thankful to receive an offer from VANDERBILT University!! @WHCOACHWalker23 @Evolve2tenths @CoachTomaselli1 @WhCoachTim @210ths pic.twitter.com/sV13Y2HZAo
— Joshua J. Rawlings (@Giant_jay87) March 15, 2019
UPDATE (3:21 PM)-
This day in #PGHistory: At Madison Square Garden, Pitt wins their 2nd Big East Tournament Championship, defeating Georgetown 74-65. (2008)
Sam Young, who scored 80 points in four games, was named MVP of the tournament. pic.twitter.com/uaEb6288Yl
— PGHCCo (@PGHClothingCo) March 15, 2019
UPDATE (3:20 PM)-
NEC BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP @RMUWBasketball vs. Saint Francis – Sunday, March 17, 2019 – 2 pm/NAC Student Rec Center
An automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament is on the line!
RMU student ticket distribution begins at 1 pm (seating limited to first 200) pic.twitter.com/S5u9Epwyy4
— RMU Now! (@RMUnow) March 15, 2019
UPDATE (9:43 AM)-
Thank you @DuqMBB, @GoDuquesne, and all the Duq fans who made these past 4 years so great. Wasn't the ending we hoped for but the future is bright. Under coach D and his staff Duq will be in the tourney soon. I'll always be a Duke at heart,and everyday is a great day to be a Duke
— Zach Snyder (@zsnyder14) March 15, 2019
UPDATE (9:29 AM)-
Kennedy BBB standout and @WVUhoops commit Oscar Tshiebwe has been named the Gatorade Pennsylvania Boys Basketball Player of the Year.
Tshiebwe is now a finalist for the Gatorade National Player of the Year.
— Bob Greenburg (@BobGreenburg) March 15, 2019
— PGH Sports History (@PGH_Sports_Date) March 15, 2019