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PSN Hires George Michalowski as Director of Basketball



Pittsburgh Sports Now is excited to announce the hiring of George Michalowski as our director of basketball. George has been with PSN since he reached out to me for work when he was a freshman at Pitt, and he’s continued to show the same movie and initiative as a reporter for four years now.

Now that he’s graduated, we’re extremely excited to have George staying on in an expanded role to direct all of our basketball coverage, as well as continuing his work as Pitt basketball reporter and with The Portal Report.

We believe we already have the best college basketball coverage in the city, and we’re excited to see how much better it can be.

— Alan Saunders, Editor


I want to thank Mike Vukovcan, Alan Saunders, and the rest of the PSN team for the opportunity. I have been with PSN for four years, starting as an intern under Alan and working my way into this new role. I am ready for this new challenge, and am thrilled to cement Pittsburgh Sports Now as the city’s leader in basketball recruiting and team news under my leadership. 

Coaches, players, and fans can expect non-stop coverage of Pitt, Duquesne, and Robert Morris basketball from our team throughout the year.

— George Michalowski

About George Michalowski

Michalowski authored more than 2,000 articles in his undergraduate career at the University of Pittsburgh, writing for numerous outlets including PSN

He has covered events all over the country in the past four years, including home and away games for all three local teams: Pitt, Duquesne, and Robert Morris. In addition, he has covered three ACC Tournaments, three NCAA Tournaments, the Atlantic 10 Tournament, the 2021 ACC Championship football game, WPIAL championships, and more. 

Michalowski co-founded The Portal Report as a sophomore in college, and will continue to lead the TPR team in its endeavors on a full-time basis along with his role at PSN.

At TPR, he and his team assist men’s and women’s college basketball coaches with transfer portal recruiting, while also providing content for basketball and football fans. In its first two years, TPR has worked with more than 170 different schools from NCAA Division One, Two, and Three, as well as NAIA and NJCAA (JuCo).

Stay tuned for more information regarding the future of Pittsburgh Sports Now’s basketball coverage!

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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1 month ago

Congrats George,now you may get you comped on Oakmont instead of GView,lol

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