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Saturday, September 3, 2016

Pitt-Bradford Volleyball and Women's Soccer Recaps

Pitt-Bradford Volleyball Opens Season with a Pair of Wins

BETHLEHEM, Pa. - The Pitt-Bradford volleyball team opened the 2016 season with a pair of wins at the Moravian Greyhound Premiere Invitational Friday, sweeping Ursinus and beating Alvernia in four sets.

The Panthers knocked off Ursinus in their opening match 25-20, 25-20, 25-16. Kirsten Platz led the way with 13 kills and three blocks, Alma Turpin chipped in six kills, and Erin Fagan had four kills and two blocks. Christina Rauh recorded 24 assists and Emily Reitz sparked the defensive effort with 16 digs.

Pitt-Bradford closed out the day by defeating Alvernia 25-14, 14-25, 25-17, 25-21. Platz paced the Panthers with 10 kills and Mandy Finch added seven. Reitz had a team-high 24 digs, Finch collected 19 and Brianna Majot tallied 18. Reitz followed up her strong performance in the first match with 26 assists in the nightcap.

Pitt-Bradford will wrap up tournament play Saturday with matches against the host school and Centenary. ​

Panthers, Saint Vincent Play to a Scoreless Draw

LATROBE, Pa. - The Pitt-Bradford women’s soccer team and Saint Vincent played to a scoreless draw after two overtimes Friday in the teams’ season opener.

The Panthers and Bearcats each recorded 14 shots on goal in what proved to be a defensive battle. Sarah Dailey collected six saves for Pitt-Bradford, including two keys saves in the second overtime. Pitt-Bradford’s Courtney Shade and Kaitlyn Williams each had a chance at a potential game-winner in the final moments of regulation but failed to connect.

Pitt-Bradford was wide on its three attempts in the first overtime, and Dailey persevered the tie by turning back Saint Vincent’s only attempts of overtime in the second extra frame.

Pitt-Bradford will search for its first win of the season Sunday at Lycoming.

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