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Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Pitt-Bradford Tuesday Athletic News

By Scott Elliott

Colin Frownfelter Named to AMCC All-Conference Team

BRADFORD, Pa. - Pitt-Bradford men’s soccer player Colin Frownfelter has been named to the AMCC all-conference team, the league office announced Tuesday.

Frownfelter was a third-team pick at goalkeeper, marking the first time in his career he has been honored on the league’s all-conference squad.

Frownfelter led the AMCC in saves per game (8.20) and total saves (123) and ranks in the top 25 nationally in both categories. His .750 save percentage was fourth among all AMCC netminders, and he registered one shutout, a 1-0 victory over D’Youville in his final game as a Panther.

He had six matches with 10 or more saves and collected a season-high 17 stops in the team’s contest against Mt. Aloysius.

The Carlisle, Pa., native finished his career with 362 saves and five shutouts.


Six Panthers Land on All-AMCC Soccer Team

BRADFORD, Pa. - Pitt-Bradford women’s soccer players Sarah Dailey, Kaitlyn Donnelly, Courtney Shade, Abbey Kalin, Meghan Stuck and Ashley Parks were named to the AMCC all-conference team, which the league office released Tuesday.

Dailey was a first-team pick, Donnelly was represented on the second-team, and Shade, Kalin, Stuck and Parks were third-team selections.

Dailey, a junior goalkeeper, was named to the first-team for the second straight season after ranking second in the conference with an .811 save percentage, nine wins and six shutouts. Her 120 total saves were third most, and she posted seven matches with eight or more saves. The Butler, Pa., native surrendered just 1.43 goals per game and was also named to the league’s all-tournament team.

Donnelly, a junior midfielder, appeared on the all-conference squad for the second straight year. She was among the league leaders in assists with six and netted a pair of goals, including one game-winner. The Lewisburg, Pa., native was second on the team with 10 total points and started all 19 games for the Panthers.

Shade, a junior forward, led the Panthers with 12 total points and ranked second on the team with five goals. Four of her scores came in conference play, and she netted the game-winner in the team’s 2-1 win over Medaille. The Bradford native totaled two assists and led the Panthers in shot attempts.

Kalin, a junior midfielder, started all 19 matches while collecting nine points. She was second on the team with three assists and tied for third among all Panthers with three goals. All three of the Gibsonia, Pa., native’s markers came against AMCC tournament teams—Hilbert, La Roche and Mt. Aloysius.

Stuck, a sophomore, shifted to the back line midway through the season to solidify the Panther defense, and the team responded by posting shutouts in four of its final nine matches. The Bolivar, N.Y., native also ranked among the team leaders in total points (7), goals scored (3) and game-winners (2). Stuck was named to the AMCC all-tournament team after netting the game-winner in a 1-0 victory over La Roche.

Parks, a senior defender, anchored a Panther defense that surrendered 1.44 goals per game, the fourth-best mark among all AMCC teams, and posted six shutouts. The Cannonsburg, Pa., native started all 19 matches for Pitt-Bradford and finishes her career as part of 47 total wins.

Shade, Kalin, Stuck and Parks were honored on the all-conference team for the first time in their careers.

Pitt-Bradford finished the season 9-6-4 and advanced to the AMCC tournament semifinals for the eighth straight season.

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