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Thursday, September 8, 2016

Pitt-Bradford Soccer Recaps

​Dailey, Stuck Lead Pitt-Bradford Women to First Victory

HUNTINGDON, Pa. - Meghan Stuck and Sarah Dailey lifted the Pitt-Bradford women’s soccer team to 1-0 victory Wednesday at Juniata. It was the Panthers’ first win of the 2016 season and the first of head coach Marquis Walker’s Pitt-Bradford career.

Stuck connected for the game’s only score in the opening minutes, finding the back of the net off a Kaitlyn Williams’ corner kick in the eighth minute. The Eagles would dominate the stats for the next 82 minutes yet Dailey and the Pitt-Bradford defense would not break.

Juniata outshot the Panthers 23-3 and held a decisive 8-1 advantage in corner kicks. Dailey set a career-high with 13 saves, one better than her previous mark against Capital (Ohio) a year ago. With the Panthers clinging to the lead late, Dailey turned back one final attempt by Juniata in the 87th minute to preserve the win.

Pitt-Bradford improves to 1-1-1 on the season and will travel to Alfred State Sunday for a 3 p.m. match.

Juniata Builds First Half Lead, Defeats Panthers

HUNTINGDON, Pa. - Juniata scored three first half goals in a span of 11 minutes and went on to defeat the Pitt-Bradford men’s soccer team 5-0 Wednesday evening.

The game was scoreless for the opening 32 minutes before Juniata scored back-to-back goals in less than 90 seconds. The Eagles added another tally in the closing minute of the half to push the advantage to three, and tacked on two more scores early in the second half to cap the scoring.

Juniata outshot the Panthers 21-6 and held an 11-2 advantage in corner kicks. Colin Frownfelter collected eight saves despite yielding all five goals. Andrew Hoyt had one save in six minutes of action.

Pitt-Bradford drops to 0-2 on the season and will host Nazareth in its home opener Sunday at 1 p.m.

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

It is NOT soccer! The entire world calls it football except for the sheer arrogance of Americans! IT'S FOOTBALL!