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Question 1: Sports: Pitt athleticsFootballMen's BasketballWomen's BasketballWrestling • • Spirit: Oakland ZooPitt Band (Drumline) • • ________Victory SongAlma MaterPanthers
Heinz FieldNationality RoomsHail to PittPittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse

Question 2: The first official women's basketball game at the Pete was 90-51 win over ________ on November 22nd, 2002.
Heinz FieldCarnegie Mellon UniversityPoint Park UniversityRobert Morris University

Question 3: Its first event was a ________ concert.
Counting CrowsHard Candy (Counting Crows album)Adam DuritzSaturday Nights & Sunday Mornings

Question 4: Facilities: ________Petersen Events CenterUPMC Sports Performance ComplexCost Sports CenterFitzgerald Field HouseTrees Hall
Forbes FieldPittsburgh SteelersHeinz FieldPitt Stadium

Question 5: The John M. and Gertrude E. Petersen Events Center (more commonly known as The Petersen Events Center or "The Pete") is a 12,508-seat multi-purpose arena on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh in ________.
Jefferson Hills, PennsylvaniaAllegheny County, PennsylvaniaPittsburghPittsburgh metropolitan area

Question 6: ________Heinz Chapel ChoirKuntu Repertory TheatreThe Pitt NewsThe OriginalPitt student publicationsUPTVWilliam Pitt Debating UnionWPTS-FM
Friday Nite ImprovsDavid Lawrence HallAllegheny ObservatoryBellefield Hall

Question 7: In 2006, the Pittsburgh Xplosion, a professional basketball team in the ________, played its first game at the arena.
NBA Development LeagueAmerican Basketball Association (2000–present)Continental Basketball AssociationNational Basketball Association

Question 8: Campuses: PittsburghBradfordGreensburgJohnstown (Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center) • Titusville • • Facilities: Cook Spring Creek Preserve ________U-PARC
Heinz FieldPymatuning Laboratory of EcologyPetersen Events CenterPittsburgh Panthers

Question 9: The arena opened in 2002 on part of the former site of ________, which housed the university's football team from 1925 - 1999.
Pitt StadiumForbes FieldHeinz FieldThree Rivers Stadium

Question 10: In 2006, Sports Illustrated surveyed the ________'s basketball players, and the Pete was named the "Toughest Place to Play," with specific players mentioning the Oakland Zoo and the fans' creativity.
Big Ten ConferenceRutgers Scarlet KnightsBig East ConferenceRutgers University


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