On Thursday, one of Pitt’s transfers, Terrell Brown, found a new home across the country.
Brown committed to play for Sam Scholl’s San Diego program in the West Coast Conference (DI). The Toreros had a down year in the WCC this year, going just 3-11 and 2-7 in conference play.
Playing through some of the roughest years in Pitt basketball’s history, Brown played 118 games in a Panther uniform, starting 46. In his four seasons at Pitt, Brown shot 45% from the field and averaged 4.6 points and 3.6 rebounds in his career for Pitt. Brown holds the single game Pitt record for blocked shots, when he blocked nine attempts against Colgate in the 2018-19 season.
Terrell Brown is wrapping up his time as a #Pitt Panther. I can’t think of a player that has endured more turmoil during his four years at Oakland. Say what you want about him, he stuck with the program displayed leadership. He’s forever earned my respect. #H2P 🟡🏀🔵 pic.twitter.com/ccyDugnoob
— Harry G. Psaros (@PittGuru) March 2, 2021
While Brown’s departure from Pitt was expected, it is still noteworthy that he was the lone Panther from the Kevin Stallings era that graduated from Pitt and played his senior season in Oakland.