The Berkeley College New Jersey men's soccer team dropped its second consecutive match on Saturday afternoon, falling to the Broncos of SUNY Delhi by a score of 2-1 in overtime. The match took place in Delhi, NY. With the loss, Berkeley dipped to 10-4 on the 2017 campaign, while SUNY Delhi improved its mark to 5-6, breaking a three-match losing streak in the process.
This was the first all-time meeting between the Broncos and Berkeley College's New Jersey men's soccer program, and it surely was a classic. The teams played to a scoreless first half, before the drama truly unfolded late in the match. With 72:18 remaining in regulation, SUNY Delhi's Alhasane Sako notched a goal (off a beautiful pass from Joseph O'Halloran) to give his team a 1-0 advantage.
Just over three minutes later, Berkeley College would tie the match when standout Hassane Camara – who has provided so much offensive firepower throughout this season – scored an unassisted goal to knot the game at a goal apiece. Neither team was able to break through for a go-ahead goal during the final 14:37 of regulation, so the match headed to overtime.
In the extra session, the Broncos' Rommernio Morris would score off of a corner kick from Brody Rettle to give SUNY Delhi an exhilarating victory.
Despite the loss for the Knights, Wily Peralta stopped eight shots in net
Berkeley College out-shot the Broncos 19-10.
The Knights will return to action on Monday for a Columbus Day afternoon contest against the Roadrunners of Ramapo College. Start-time for that contest begins at 3:30pm. Those looking to follow the action can do so by copying and pasting the links below into their web broswers.
Live Video - http://www.ramapoathletics.com/watch/?Live=219&type=Live
Live Stats - http://www.sidearmstats.com/ramapo/msoc/