Pitt-Bradford To Host Medaille Wednesday

Photo by Tina Phillips
Photo by Tina Phillips

BRADFORD, Pa. – After three-straight road games, the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford women's soccer team will be back home Tuesday as Medaille comes to the Kessel Athletics Complex for an Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference match.

Pitt-Bradford is coming off a week in which it suffered a pair of setbacks in its two games, most recently a 4-3 overtime loss at Franciscan Saturday.

Kaitlyn Williams scored a pair of goals Saturday, including a strike as time expired to force overtime.

Williams leads the team with seven goals, five of which coming in conference play. Her five AMCC goals are the second-most scored in conference play so far this season. With four assists, she is tied for third in the conference.

Meghan Stuck is second on the team with four goals, and Abby Celesky has three.

In goal, Sarah Dailey has the fifth-most saves in the AMCC with 79. Her 1.52 goals per game average is the fifth-best mark in the conference.

The Panthers are 2-2 in AMCC play and are tied for fifth place in the conference.

With a 3-1 record in their four home games, the Panthers have five games remaining in their 2017 season, three of which at home.

Tuesday's game will be the second game of a doubleheader with the men's teams. The Panthers women's team will kick off around 4:15 p.m.

About Medaille:

  • The Medaille Mavericks come into the Kessel Athletics Complex still in search of their first victory of the 2017 season.
  • At 0-5 in AMCC play, Medaille has suffered conference losses to Mount Aloysius (Sept. 23), Hilbert (Sept. 26), La Roche (Sept. 30), D'Youville (Oct. 4) and Pitt-Greensburg (Oct. 7).
  • Isabella Devine has scored the team's lone goal of the season, which came as part of a 5-1 loss vs. La Roche on Sept. 26. Devine's goal was assisted by Kristen Kline.
  • In goal, Deejah Burgess has played every minute of the season. She is second in the conference with 105 saves and has posted a .729 save percentage after facing 226 total shots.