Panthers Head To Pitt-Greensburg For Second AMCC Match Friday

Photo by Erika Helo
Photo by Erika Helo

BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford women's soccer team will head to Pitt-Greensburg for its second Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference match of the season.

Pitt-Bradford has won four-straight games, most recently a 3-1 victory at home over Alfred State Wednesday. 

During the Panthers' win streak, they have outscored their opponents 9-2, earning two shutouts and scoring three goals in their last two games.

Prior to Wednesday's win, Pitt-Bradford picked up a 3-1 victory over Penn State-Altoona in its AMCC opener.

With goals on Wednesday, Abby Celesky and Kaitlyn Williams share the team with Meghan Stuck with three goals apiece.

Courtney Shade has scored twice, and Julie Barton scored the first goal of her career as part of Wednesday's win.

Grace Dadzaa has also scored for the Panthers.

In goal, Sarah Dailey has made 71 saves, which is the fifth-most in the AMCC and just seven shy of the conference lead.

The three-time reigning AMCC Defensive Player of the Week's .845 save percentage ranks fifth in the conference, and teams have scored just 1.29 goals per game against her and the Panthers' defense.

Friday's game will follow a matchup between the Pitt-Bradford and Pitt-Greensburg men's teams that begins at 2 p.m. The women's game will begin immediately after, around 4:15 p.m.

About Pitt-Greensburg:

  • The Pitt-Greensburg Bobcats welcome the Panthers with a 6-2-1 overall record while splitting their first two AMCC games.
  • Pitt-Greensburg fell to Penn State-Behrend, 3-0, on Sept. 23 before defeating Franciscan, 2-0, on Sept. 26.
  • The Bobcats boast one of the conference's top offenses, having scored 23 total goals. Bri Burgunder has the second-most goals in the AMCC with 10. Alexa Fetterman has the second most on the team with five.
  • In goal, Shannon Edwards is among the top goalkeepers in the AMCC as she has allowed the third-fewest goals on the season with eight. She also sits third in the conference with a 1.23 goals-against average and fourth with a .849 save percentage.