BRADFORD, Pa. -- The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford men's soccer team welcomed the tough Baldwin Wallace to the Kessel Athletic Complex Saturday afternoon.
The Yellow Jackets trumped the Panthers, 4-0, on a hot, sunny afternoon.
Baldwin Wallace scored three goals in the first half to take a commanding lead into the break.
Their first strike came early, just six minutes into the contest.
The Panthers narrowly missed the equalizer 30 minutes into the contest when Noah Black fired a shot on goal from 25 yards out that rattled off the crossbar.
The 1-0 lead hung until the 37th minute when the Yellow Jackets took a two-goal lead, then scored shortly before halftime in the 43rd minute.
Three minutes into the second half, the Yellow Jackets grabbed their fourth and final goal, and they went onto maintain the advantage.
Kennedy and Kim forced the Yellow Jackets keeper to make saves on their attempts.
Sihle Sizani played all 90 minutes in goal for the Panthers and made nine saves on 13 shots on goal faced.
Pitt-Bradford will stay home for its next contest as Nazareth comes to town on Tuesday.