The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg men's basketball team defeated Medaille College, 86-77, on Saturday afternoon inside Chambers Hall. The Bobcats improve to 11-0 at home, while bringing their overall and conference record to 18-4 and 14-3, respectively. The Mavericks fall to 10-12 overall and 8-9 in AMCC play.
Pitt-Greensburg recorded an assist on 27 of their 32 made baskets and were led by Cam Seigfreid, who dished out a season best seven to lead the Blue and Gold.
Seigfreid opened the game with a three pointer that put him over 1,000 points in his Pitt-Greensburg career. The junior guard becomes the 10th player in program history to hit the mark.
UPG lead by nine or more for all but 22 seconds during the final 10 minutes of the game. UPG had 23 points off of 15 turnovers by the Mavericks.
The Bobcats held Medaille to 45% shooting, the fifth straight game that they've held the opponent to under 50%. Jonathan Smith had a career high 31 points for the Mavericks.