PITTSBURGH (Ticker) -- Fifth-ranked Pittsburgh tries to extend its home winning streak to 10 games and remain unbeaten on Tuesday when they host Norfolk State at Peterson Events Center.
The Panthers have won their last nine home games since losing to Big East rival Notre Dame on January 12. They have won 19 straight non-conference home games dating to December 23, 1999.
Pittsburgh (3-0) has won its first three games at the new Peterson Events Center, including an 89-49 rout of Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Saturday.
Chevon Troutman tied a career high with 15 points and Julius Page scored 14 points for the Panthers, who had five players in double figures.
Brandon Knight had eight assists and is one shy of joining Sean Miller and Darelle Porter as the only players in Pittsburgh history with 600.
Norfolk State (1-1) bounced back from a season-opening loss with a 61-60 victory over UMKC on Saturday.
Ryan Grier made one of two free throw attempts with four seconds left to lift the Spartans to their first victory under first-year coach Dwight Freeman. Pittsburgh won the only previous meeting with Norfolk State, a 102-78 triumph on December 1, 1999.