BUFFALO - The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford men's basketball team (5-11, 4-5) couldn't overcome the Mavericks (6-10, 4-5) strong final 10 minutes, falling 77-66, Monday night at Medaille.
Pitt-Bradford led the charge in the first half, leading by as many as seven at 23-16, following a Greening layup with 7:04 left.
The Mavericks fought back cutting their deficit to four at the half after Justin Belton knocked down two free throws late in the half.
Medaille's offense slowly picked up steam in the second half, eventually capturing a 41-40 lead on Fagan's three-pointer with 16:06 left.
The Panthers and Mavericks traded buckets over the next 10 minutes, until Medaille started to pull away as a 9-0 run gave them a 68-59 lead with just 2:32 left.
Medaille knocked down their free throws late in the game to secure the victory.
The Panthers return to action Saturday afternoon at two at Franciscan.