University of Pittsburgh Bradford
Panthers receive AMCC post-season accolades
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Members of the Pitt-Bradford bowling team, including head coach Andy Spring, have been recognized by the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference for their efforts during the season, as announced by the league office Friday.

Junior Sarah Foley, who led the Panthers to the AMCC title in the conference’s inaugural season, has been named the 2014 Player of the Year. She also garnered All-AMCC first team honors.

Foley led the league this year with a 193 scoring average through the 12 conference games in the Team match format. She bowled a season-high 279 versus Mount Aloysius on Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013. She fell one frame short of a perfect game after scoring a strike in nine out of ten frames. During the AMCC Championship, she tallied a total pinfall of 1206 in the Team match format to lead all competitors.

Freshman Meaghann CampBell was also named to the All-AMCC first team for her strong efforts in the lanes this season. CampBell registered a total pinfall of 976 during the Team match format of the AMCC Championship. That total was good for second on the squad and fourth overall during the tournament.

Head coach Andy Spring was selected as the Co-AMCC Coach of the Year for leading his team to the AMCC Championship on Feb. 9. Spring led the Panthers to a 31-37 record overall, including a 6-6 conference record in the team’s two quad matches this year.