At the start of the 2nd half, newcomer Spenser Myers were built with a shot in the fringe of this area, however it was blocked. WVU had another chance 12 minutes afterwards Arslan’s corner kick, however the Tiger keeper could intercept the ball in.
Right before halftime, a red card was proven to Pacific’s Tristan Blackmon. It had been certainly one of six cards proven within the match, with three to every team. WVU would play the rest of the game using the man advantage.
WVU had the game’s first chance, within the fifth minute, but senior Louis Thomas’ mix in from close to the finish line was intercepted through the Off-shore keeper. Three minutes later, senior Jad Arslan was tripped on the breakaway 30 yards out, however the Mountaineers couldn’t convert around the free kick following a yellow card was proven.
After WVU avoided Off-shore from getting a chance despite getting possession within the 21st minute, Arslan were built with a shot within the 34th minute from the top box, however it went high.
Sophomore Albert Andres-Llop were built with a free kick chance within the 13th minute in the far corner creatively, but his chance in was saved with a bouncing Goldsmith.