Pitt-Bradford To Wrap Up Regular Season At D'Youville Tuesday

Photo by Erika Helo
Photo by Erika Helo

BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford women's soccer team will head to D'Youville for an Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference match and its regular-season finale Tuesday.

Pitt-Bradford is coming off a pair of one-goal losses last week, first falling to Penn State-Behrend 2-1 on Wednesday before losing 1-0 to Mount Aloysius Saturday.

The Panthers currently sit at 3-4-1 in AMCC matches, holding sixth place in the conference heading into the final day of the conference season.

Grace Dadzaa scored for the Panthers last week, the strike Wednesday against Penn State-Behrend serving as her second of the season. 

Kaitlyn Williams still holds the Panthers' lead with seven goals while Meghan Stuck is second with five.

Kaitlyn Donnelly is one of the top distributors on the team as she is tied with Williams for the team lead in assists with four.

In goal, Sarah Dailey is fourth in the conference in both saves (104) and save percentage (.813).

Tuesday's match will be the second game of a doubleheader with the men's game, which has a 5 p.m. kickoff. The women's game will start immediately after, around 7:15 p.m.

About D'Youville:

  • The D'Youville Spartans welcome the Panthers with a 7-7-2 overall record and a 5-3 mark in conference play, entering the final day of the season in fourth place in the AMCC.
  • The Spartans have the second longest active winning streak in the conference with four-straight victories – all in road contests. Their win streak includes victories at Houghton (Oct. 10), at Pitt-Greensburg (Oct. 14), at Hilbert (Oct. 18) and at Penn State-Altoona (3-0). In their win streak, they are outscoring opponents 8-0.
  • Makenna Magee and Marina Campbell hold the team lead with six goals apiece. Kiernan Johnson has assisted five goals this season.
  • In goal, Megan Dulniak has the conference's third-best save percentage at .829 and is fifth in the AMCC with a 1.33 goals-against average and 102 total saves.