Women’s Cross Country capture MIAA Cross Country Title and finished 15th at the NCAA Division II National Championships






Women’s Basketball set a new school record for most consecutive games won on Dec. 30, 2011 and continued the streak into 2012. The Gorillas finish the season with a 27-6 record, setting records for most wins in a season, fewest losses, longest win streak (14 games), most rebounds and most blocked shots. The team finished second in the MIAA, won the programs first NCAA Tournament game, earned the South Central Regional title and advanced to the Elite Eight for the first time in program history. Lizzy Jeroninus was named an honorable mention All-American and Lane Lord earned both MIAA Coach of the Year and WBCA Region 6 Coach of the Year honors.

NCAA Tournament Elite Eight video


Hall of Fame Class of 2011
Chuck Broyles, former head football coach and athletics director – Broyles video
Oscar Gonzalez (1996-99), two-time All-American, Men’s basketball – Gonzalez video
Leslie (Dudley) Morrow (1997-2000), three-time All-American, Women’s Basketball – Dudley video
Justin Annin (1999-2000), All- American, Baseball – Annin video
Albert Schmidt (2968 0 71), All- American, Football – Schmidt video
Floyd Leroy Scott (1918-21), first four-time all- conference player, Football, “Legacy” – Scott video
Frank C. German, volunteer and member of Athletic council for four decades, “Legacy” – German video


Football captures 2011 MIAA Championship, and 2011 NCAA Division II National Championship. This year marked school’s fourth overall national title (1957, 1961, 1991, 2011) and first in 20 years.







For the third time in school history, the Pitt State Men’s Basketball finished their season with a trip to the championship game in the MIAA Tournament.