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Binghamton Scores Three Second Half Goals and Defeats Men's Soccer, 3-1
Baltimore, Md.—Binghamton senior forward Peter Sgueglia came off the bench and scored a pair of second half goals as the visiting Bearcats (6-6-3, 4-1-0 America East) defeated UMBC (4-8-3, 1-3-2), 3-1, in a league contest at UMBC Soccer Stadium.
The loss dealt a serious blow to UMBC’s post-season aspirations, as the Retrievers have only two games remaining, at
The first half was scoreless, as UMBC managed to deny the Bearcats on the only serious flurry of the first 45 minutes. The Retrievers appeared rejuvenated at the start of the second half and began to take control when a
UMBC attempted to rally, but a swarming
The Retrievers managed to get on the board two minutes later, as senior midfielder David Feazell ran down Mike Novotny cross over the top of the Bearcat defense and chipped the ball over goalkeeper Jason Stenta to avoid the shutout.
The loss was just UMBC’s second (10-2-5) in 17 America East Conference regular season home games. They fell to 1-3-1 in five meetings vs.