Panthers Look For Second-Straight Win As Medaille Comes To KOA Arena Wednesday

Photo by Erika Helo
Photo by Erika Helo

BRADFORD, Pa. – After four-straight games away from home, the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford women's basketball team will play at the KOA Arena Wednesday night, hosting Medaille for an Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference game.

Pitt-Bradford is coming off a convincing 78-55 win at D'Youville Monday night.

Jennifer Isenberg dropped a career-high 23 points to lead all scorers.

Etreece Adams pulled down 17 rebounds, a career-best for her and a season-high for the Panthers this season.

Ali Rinfrette scored 21 points and collected 11 rebounds for a double-double. Allison Guengerich also scored a season-high 12 points.

With the victory, the Panthers improved to 3-4 in AMCC games and 5-7 overall. 

Rinfrette continues to lead the AMCC in scoring, now averaging 21.8 points per game. She is the lone player in the AMCC to average more than 20 points per game and she sits 12th nationally in scoring average.

In addition to being the Panthers' top rebounder (8.8 points per game), Isenberg has emerged as a key contributor on the Panther offense. After her career-best 23 points Monday, she has scored in double-figures in three-straight games and five of her last six. She averages 11.4 points per game, the second-best average on the team.

Shaelyn Snipes (10.0 points per game) is also a key contributor offensively for the Panthers, hovering around double-figures all season.

In conference play, the Panthers run out the top scoring offense in the AMCC, averaging 75.3 points per game against conference opponents. On defense, teams in the AMCC score 65.0 points per game against the Panthers.

Wednesday's game will begin at 8 p.m., the second game of a doubleheader with the men's game coming first.

About Medaille:

  • The Medaille Mavericks come into the KOA Arena with a 6-7 overall mark and a 3-3 record in AMCC games. Medaille earned wins over Pitt-Greensburg (Dec. 2), Penn State-Altoona (Dec. 9) and Penn State-Behrend (Jan. 3).
  • As a team, the Mavericks have scored 65.3 points per game against conference opponents and have surrendered 67.7 points per game.
  • Medaille has one of the top players in the conference in Dani Reinwald, who is second to Rinfrette in the AMCC in scoring at 19.3 points per game and leads the conference with 16.4 rebounds per game (third nationally). A presence down low, Reinwald also leads the AMCC with 31 total blocks.
  • Morgan Kennedy scores 14.6 points per game as a key piece to the Medaille offense. Jasmine Mott has dished a team-leading 47 assists, 3.6 per game.