MEADVILLE, Pa. -- The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford women's volleyball team picked up a hard-earned road victory at Allegheny Tuesday, battling back from being down two sets to win the match in five.
With the decision, Pitt-Bradford improves to 7-8 on the season while Allegheny drops to 4-8.
The Gators picked up wins in the first two sets, 25-14, 25-22, coming just one set away from securing the match win at home.
But Pitt-Bradford extended the match as it regrouped for a convincing 25-9 win in the third set.
Then, the Panthers forced a decisive fifth set with a 25-17 victory in the fourth set.
Set five saw a tight battle between the two squads, but the Panthers used eight kills on 36 swings to take the narrow 15-12 set win and secure the comeback win.
Tabitha Walker led all performers with 38 assists and also recorded five service aces.
Up next, Pitt-Bradford will return to the KOA Arena for a non-conference match with Fredonia Friday at 7 p.m.