BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford women's basketball team will wrap up its regular season at Pitt-Greensburg Saturday for an Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference game.
Pitt-Bradford enters its season finale with a 13-10 overall record and a 10-7 mark in AMCC games. The Panthers are tied with Medaille for third in the AMCC, and Penn State-Behrend is one game behind at 9-8.
The Panthers are coming off a 67-59 win over Penn State-Altoona Wednesday to move their AMCC win total to double-figures.
Needing just three points to reach 2,000 for her career, Ali Rinfrette sank a free throw in the first quarter to give her the milestone.
Rinfrette went on to register a double-double of 16 points and 12 rebounds.
Jennifer Isenberg shined for Pitt-Bradford, matching her career-high of 25 points while pulling down 16 rebounds.
Rinfrette enters the final weekend of the regular season leading the AMCC with 21.7 points per game – the only player in the conference to average more than 20 points per game.
This season, she has stayed on the court a remarkable amount, averaging 39 minutes played per game, which is the second-most in the country. She has played all 40 minutes in 13 of the team's 23 total games.
Isenberg nearly averages a double-double on the season as the Panthers second-leading scorer at 13.7 points per game and third-best rebounder in the conference at 9.9 boards per game.
Second only to Rinfrette's 4.4 assists per game, Bri Wells dishes 4.0 assists per contest.
Saturday's game is set for a 4 p.m. start.
- The Pitt-Greensburg Bobcats welcome the Panthers with a 7-17 overall record and a 7-10 mark in AMCC games.
- The Bobcats have won four of their last five games, most recently a 69-65 victory at La Roche.
- Pitt-Greensburg is led by one of the top players in the AMCC in Kelsey Oddis, who is second in both scoring (19.3 points per game) and rebounds (11.1 boards per game) in the AMCC.
- Nadege Durand is the second leading scorer on the team with 10.0 points per game and nearly averages a double-double with 9.5 boards per game.