Offensive Onslaught Leads Pacific To A 4-0 Win Over Cal State Bakersfield
Stockton, Calif. - Finishing their weekend against Cal State Bakersfield, the Pacific women's soccer team found their offensive groove on their way to a 4-0 shutout of the Road Runners on Sunday, September 11. The win moved the Tigers over the .500 mark on the year as they improved to 4-3 overall while the Road Runners fell to 2-3.
Pacific scored in a late first half flurry, as Nydia Ramos scored for the Tigers at the 34:48 mark of the first half. Ramos scored on a one-touch shot after a nice setup from Malaya Cabrera. The Tigers' second score came on an intercepted pass as Kayla Villalpando found Kristina Wavomba open on the left side with 42:08 gone by in the first half. Pacific scored again just two minutes later, as Villalpando found the net on a cross from Ramos. The Tigers controlled the ball on the offensive end most of the first half in taking a 3-0 halftime lead. Pacific out-shot the Road Runners 9-2 in the first half.
"We did a good job of scoring a couple of goals and putting pressure on them (Cal State Bakersfield)," said head coach Keith Coleman. "Overall it was a good game and an opportunity to see our players."
The Tigers are next in action with a road game at Arizona on Friday, Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m.