University of Pittsburgh Bradford
Women's basketball spends time at local SPCA
Volunteering at the SPCA

The Pitt-Bradford women's basketball team recently spent time at the McKean County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA).

The Panthers spent more than two hours at the facility walking dogs, socializing with cats by holding, petting and playing with them, and interacting with the staff.

"The SPCA is always looking for volunteers to help with the playing and socializing of the animals in the shelter," said head coach Patrick Daniel. "So on such a beautiful day that we have not seen in a long time, I am very happy and grateful several of my players took the time to interact and have fun with the animals."

The women's basketball team is one of several Pitt-Bradford squads that have spent time at the SPCA this year. In all, Pitt-Bradford athletics has volunteered more than 1,300 hours this school year while raising approximately $1,600 for various charities and organizations.