West Florida Defeats Ouachita Baptist in Conference Opening Match Share Sept. 29, 2007Box ScorePENSACOLA, Fla. – In a tale of two halves, the UWF Men’s Soccer team shut out Ouachita Baptist 3-0 Friday night. The first half was a struggle offensively for the Argonauts as they only could manage 7 shots, while in the second half, they were able to open it up and take 18 shots.The Halftime Score was 0-0, as Ouachita Baptist (5-3) matched the Argos intensity. However, the second half was controlled by West Florida and they rode two goals from Keith Savage and a goal from Jimmy McHenry to take the shut out.Savage scored the first goal of the match eight minutes into the second half off a pass from Rafael Segal. Savage then gave the Argos some breathing room as he scored again at minute 69, as a result of some nice passing from Nolan Intermoia and Curtis Brashear. McHenry closed out the scoring when he stolen the ball from the defense and put in an unassisted goal at minute 81. The Argos defense did the rest of the work.West Florida Keeper Juan Garcia recorded a shut out, with three saves, but much of the credit goes to the defensive work of Garcia’s teammates, as they only allowed Ouachita Baptist 8 shots.The Argos win puts them at 1-0 in the conference as they take on another GSC opponent, Harding, on Sunday at the UWF Soccer Complex, beginning at 12:30 pm. Print Friendly Version
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