Senior Goalkeeper Jordan Marks tallied 12 saves against WVU.
Oct. 10, 2007
The Mountaineer offense started strong, out-shooting the Panthers 12-2 in the first half. Defender Alex Erwin got
Just seven minutes later,
Less than two minutes into the second half, Wright notched another score as the Mountaineers went up 3-0 on Pitt.
The Panthers came out strong offensively following halftime. Pitt denied
Defender Eric Jeager (Bergenfield, N.J./Tenafly) tallied a career-high four shots with one on-goal for the Panthers, as fellow defender Matt Firster (
Marks finished with a career-high 12 saves as Mountaineer goalkeeper Zach Johnson tallied four.
The Panthers will continue Big East conference play with a Saturday afternoon contest vs. Seton Hall at 1 p.m. at Founders Field. Pitt will then host cross-town rival Duquesne on Oct. 17, at 7 p.m.
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