PITTSBURGH (Ticker) -- The backcourt of Xenia Stewart and
Shavonte Zellous continued Pittsburgh's unbeaten start.

Stewart and Zellous scored 21 points apiece as the No. 24
Panthers posted a 79-69 victory over Robert Morris.

Stewart, who tied a career high in points, shot 9-of-16 from the
field, grabbed six rebounds and handed out five assists as the
Big East squad improved to 9-0.

In part to the strong start, Pittsburgh earned its first ranking
in the USA Today/ESPN coaches poll earlier Tuesday.

Zellous went 8-of-14 and backcourt mate Jania Sims added 13
points and seven boards for the Panthers, who held a 25-9
advantage in second-chance points despite a 42-41 deficit in

Chinata Nesbit scored 20 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for the
Colonials (3-3), who shot 40 percent (23-of-58).