WVU's junior bomber was again stellar in West Virginia's overtime loss to Louisville in the NCAA Regional Finals
Pittsnogle made six of his nine shots from behind the arc and was three of six from close range to account for 25 points against the Cardinals. Pittsnogle's six threes were part of an NCAA record 29 treys by both teams in the game.
Despite extra attention from the Louisville defense, Pittsnogle was still able to shake free for shot attempts throughout the game.
The Martinsburg, W.Va. native added five rebounds and an assist in 34 minutes, but it was his shooting, and the threat of his offense, that kept the Cardinals on their heels for most of the game.