Kylie Veverka and the Pitt defense limited the Friars offense.
Oct. 14, 2007
Pitt scored its first goal off of a penalty kick made by Ashley Habbel (
Habbel's goal now gives her a total of 26 career points, needing just three more to make the list. She has recorded 11 goals and four assists throughout her career as a Panther.
The Friars responded late in the first half when Tara Ricciardi scored in the lower right corner of Pitt's goal, putting the score at 1-1 for halftime.
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