By Scott Elliott
Panthers' Tournament Run Ends in AMCC Semis
GREENSBURG, Pa. - The Pitt-Bradford women’s soccer team’s season ended Wednesday night in the AMCC tournament semifinals. The Panthers lost by a score of 2-0.
It was the first-ever meeting in the postseason between the two Pittsburgh schools, and the Bobcats are the ones moving on to the AMCC championship match, snapping the Panthers’ streak of four straight appearances.
The game was scoreless after the first 45 minutes with both teams combining for just eight shots in the opening stanza.
Pitt-Greensburg went ahead in the 51st minute on Jessica Moore’s first goal, and she added a second tally in the 80th minute for good measure.
Pitt-Bradford’s recent offensive struggles continued as the Panthers mustered just four shots in 90 minutes compared to the Bobcats’ 15 attempts. Pitt-Greensburg held an 8-3 edge in corner kick opportunities.
Sarah Dailey registered three saves in net for Pitt-Bradford.
The Panthers finish the season 9-6-4 overall.