"When Duquesne University decided to fold its baseball program in the spring of 2010, it left a lot of talented players with decisions of their own.
They could remain at Duquesne and keep their scholarship money for the remainder of their time there, or they could transfer to another school and continue playing baseball.
Anthony DeFabio transferred to Pitt, and Panthers coach Joe Jordano is glad he did. DeFabio, a Plum High School graduate, has been one of Pitt's best players and entered the week among the Big East leaders in a couple of statistical categories.
A senior and Pitt's designated hitter, DeFabio is tied for second in the conference with 15 doubles and tied for third with 40 runs scored."