ERIE, Pa. -- The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford women's bowling team continued its winning ways and took all four points at Penn State-Behrend Tuesday.
The Panthers won all three team format games and also won total pinfall, so they claimed all four possible points.
"The lane conditions were not at all what we expected to experience," Head Coach Sarah Foley said. "It was very difficult for a majority of the girls to get any type of friction, however as the second game went on the girls found their mark and were able to improve to throw an 840 set. As the lanes transitioned, the ladies struggled with spares but continued to push on to win all four points over Penn State-Behrend. Overall, the girls did extremely well and I am proud of how well they bowled in tonight's event."
Pitt-Bradford took game one with a score of 697-646 powered by Kelsey Hammons who knocked down 182 pins.
The Panthers put together their best game of the night with a win in game two, 840-543.
Hammons one again led the Panthers with a score of 237. Bryce Holm was second at 179.
Pitt-Bradford then took care of game three, 773-706. Haley Ward led the way in game three with a score of 186
Holm was second at 181 with Jenna Lofaro next at 148.
The Panthers knocked down 2,310 total pins while Behrend registered 1,895 for the total pin advantage.
In total, Hammons was the top performer for the Panthers with 566 total pins.
Holm totaled 489 and Ward was next at 470.
Lofaro knocked down 412 pins while Abbey Kalin rounded out the Pitt-Bradford performers with 373.
Up next, the Panthers will compete on Sunday at Saint Vincent.