The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford men’s basketball team fell to Keuka 80-64 on Saturday afternoon.
Nick Carmichael got the Panthers started with back to back buckets in his first Panther start.
After falling behind early, the Panthers used a 10-0 run to take a lead of their own. Zach Dahlstrand made two buckets in the run, while Justin Kusiappouh added a three point play and Deondre Terwilliger hit a layup on the break.
The Panthers were held scoreless by the Wolves for the final 2:40 of the, allowing Keuka to take a 5 point lead into the break.
Pitt-Bradford took their final lead of the game with 14:07 to go on a Carmichael lay-up, but lost it quickly as Keuka responded with a three pointer.
The Wolves pushed their lead to double digits with 11:17 to go, and was able to extend and maintain the lead for the remainder of the game.
Nick Carmichael led the Panthers with 20 points. He was efficient as he was prolific, scoring his 20 on 8-10 from the field.
Zach Dahlstrand scored in double figures for the second time in as many games, finishing with 16 points in only 18 minutes.
Deondre Terwilliger finished with 10 points.
Justin Kusiappouh led the Panthers in rebounds, grabbing 13 including 10 on the defensive end.
The Panthers (0-2) will return to the KOA Arena for their next game. They will host Fredonia on Friday November 22nd, with the tip-off at 7:00 p.m.