Gardner, Moonan Lead Panthers to Fourth-Place Finish at AMCC's
WARREN, Ohio - Brett Gardner finished tied for fourth individually and Matt Moonan was sixth to lead the Pitt-Bradford men’s golf team to a fourth-place showing at the AMCC Championships. The two-day event concluded Monday in Warren, Ohio.
Penn State Behrend captured the team title with a score of 630 to earn the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. La Roche finished runner-up, 11 shots back of Behrend (641), and Penn State Altoona was third (658). The Panthers posted a two-day score of 666, 20 shots of ahead of fifth-place Pitt-Greensburg.
Gardner put together one of the best individual rounds Monday, recording a 6-over 78 to jump up 11 spots from day one and into the top five. Only four golfers finished the final round with a better score than Gardner, who wrapped up play with an overall score of 161.
Moonan slipped on the back nine during the final round yet still managed to finish with a 10-over 82 to finish with a two-day score of 162. The Bradford native was the top finisher among all freshman golfers.
Sam Marchini missed a top 10 finish by two strokes, registering an 83 to finish with an overall score of 165.
Tom Morlock fired an 89 and had a two-day score of 178, good for 27th overall, and Jamie Rook had a 91 on the final day to finish tied for 34th (182).
Dadzaa, Dailey Named AMCC Soccer Players of the Week
BRADFORD, Pa. - Pitt-Bradford women’s soccer player Grace Dadzaa was named AMCC Offensive Player of the Week, and teammate Sarah Dailey was tabbed Defensive Player of the Week, the league office announced Monday.
The duo played a big role in leading Pitt-Bradford to two conference wins last week, keeping the Panthers unbeaten in league play.
In the team’s 3-0 win over Hilbert, Dadzaa scored the eventual game-winner, and Dailey registered five saves in net to post her second shutout of the season.
Dadzaa netted her second straight game-winner in the Panthers’ 1-0 defeat of Franciscan, and Dailey pitched the shutout while collecting four stops.
Dadzaa, a sophomore striker, leads the Panthers in goals scored (4) and total points (8). The Grove City, Pa., native has been at her best in AMCC play, tallying three scores. It marks the first time in her career she has received the conference’s weekly honor.
Dailey, a junior, ranks third in the AMCC in shutouts (3) and total saves (83). Her .814 save percentage is good for fourth overall, and she ranks fifth with a 1.48 goals against average. The Butler, Pa., native received the conference’s weekly award for the fourth time in her career and first this year.
Dadzaa and Dailey will help Pitt-Bradford (5-4-3) seek its third consecutive win Wednesday when it travels to Medaille.